Births, Marriages and Deaths.
Every notice under thia head musí io authenticated hy som» responsible person.
BEGG.-November 20, at her residence, Hbpewell-street,
Paddington, the-wife of Martin Begg, of a daughter.
CALNAN.-November 23, at her rosidence, 537, Harris
street. Ultimo, wife of W. Calnan, of a son.
CEA1G.-December 3, at her parents' residence, Bridge
street, Ryde, tho wife of Alexander Craig, of a son.
GOODMAN.-November 15, at lier residence, Anchor
Flour Mills, the wife of J. N. Goodman, of a son.
HINDMAN.-November 28, at her rosidence, Hose Cottago,
Innes-stroet, Balmain, the wife of A. W. ll ind m an, of a
JONES.-October 18, at her residence, Railway Station,
Bookv Ponds, the wifo of Albert Jones, of a son.
KIKE PAT-KICK.-Novombor 27, at her residence, Gipps
etreet. Balmain, the wifo of C. E. Kirkpatrick, of a
M'CORMICK.-Novombor 30, at her residence, Garner's
avenue, Marrickville, tho wife of J. M'Cormick, of a'
son. -.? ?
SALOMON.-November 16, at her residence, Angledool, Narran River, the wife of Harris Jacob Salomon, of a
son. Both are doing well.
CHEETHAM-MOON.-Octobor ^, afc West Botany, by
tb« BOT. Joseph Bowes« Georg« Edward tMr4 ion ol
Mr. John Cheetham, of Picton, to "Edith Jessie, third daughter of the late William Moon, of Waterloo,
POPPLEWELL-CHAPMAN.-November 28,1883, St.
Patrick's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. J. B. Cone, David, second son of the late Joseph Popplewell, of Sydney, to Mary, second daughter of A. W. Chapman, Herbert Villa,
BALMEP.-November i, 1SS3, a' his residence. Botany
View Hotel, King-street, Newtown, Georg© Walter
JBa'mer, in his 60th vear. Z * i
BATES.-On December 3, at Toogood-street, Macdonald-
town, William Me I well, infant son of Hoary and Ellen
Tates, a¡red 0 mouths.
BLACKETT.- December 2, Sarah Maria, the wife of
George Blackett., of Narraway station, near Coonamble, aged 35. BU AM WELL.-December 1, at his residence, Sarah
strtet, Enmore, John Bramwell, Esq , lats of H.M. Customs, aged 81.
COHEN.-December 1, at Parramatta, Albert Baron
Cohen, beloved son of Albert Burnett and Susannah
Cohen, aged 4 months.
CREIGHTON.-November 28, at his parents' residence,
Surry Hills, Sidney Harold Creighton, aged 8 mouths.
COHEN.-November 29, at the residence of his parents,
5,r9, Bourke-street, Surry Hills, Michael Alexander, the belovcdson of Henry Lipman and Jenny Cohen, aged 12
ELLIS.-K-rombcr 25, at Coonamble, Florence Caroline
Francos Elli:, beloved daughter of Charles John and Muggie i-liis, a','ed 8 months.
FRENCH.-At his residence, 194, Harris-street, "Ultimo,
Johu French, late of Stansted, Suffolk, England, in the 40th year of his atre.
GKAHAM.-December 1, at his nnclo's residence, Torry
streot, Balmain, William, tho beloved son of William and tho lato Elizabeth ürnham, aged 20 dava.
IRVINE.-November 26, at his brother-in-law's residence,
C. Van dor Maal, Spring Plain, New Pout h Wales, Wil- liam Irvine, native of Moorfield, near Enniskillen, Ire- land, in tho 67th year of his uge, deeply regretted. Homo papers please copy.
KNAPTON.-At tho residence of his grandfather, M'Evoy I street, Waterloo, Qeorgo Henry Percival, infant son of
Georee Knapton, late of H.M.'-1. Sappho, and Clara Eliza- beth Louisa Knapton, Aged 12 months and 6 days.
MALLESCH.-December 2, at H04, Paliuer-stroet, near ? Oxford-stroet, Charles John Scltzam, only toa of Cans.
L. J. a-id Ellen Von Mnlleseb, aged 15 months two days. MARSHALL.-On December 2, at Upper William-street,
Darlinghurst, Mary Elizabeth, wifo of John J. Marshal^ and daughter of the late Charles Lauder, of Thurmaston,
M* ANALLY.-November 15, ai .'his mother's residence,
John, eldost son of Karak nnd the lato James M'Anally, of Numba, Shoolhaven, nf ter a long and lingering illness, borne with Christian fortitude, aged 28 years. R.I P.
STEWARD.-Decomber 3, at tho residence of her parents,
Elswick-street, Leichhardt, Florence May, infant daugh- ter of Walter J. W. and Elizabeth »toward, aged 14 months.
THOMPSON.-November 24, at his lato residonce, Marian
Cottage, Eosehill-stroet, Hedforn, John Thompson, the dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Thompson, aged 29. WAGNER.-In loving roracmbrnucoof ¡Gcorgina'Augusta
Catherine, the dearly beloved wife of Henry Wagner. Regio tied 1 y all who know her.
Homo at last, thy labours done,
Trials ended, victory won. : Jordon pnssed from sin set free, Angela near to welcome thee.
WELLS.-On Decomber 22, at the Royal Clarence Yard, Deptford. Chas. H. Wölls, R.N., recently Paymaster of H.M.S. Inconstant, flagship of tho Detached Squadron.
WHEiüLER.-November 20, at her resldenoe, Lily Cot-
tage, Liverpool, Rebecca, widow of the late Jonas Wheeler, in the 5ith year of hor age