Berwick-Wardley.-On 7th December, by special license,
by the Rev. C. A. Ogilvie, James, eldest surviving son of Mr. James, Berwick, of this city, to Mary-Emma, eldest daughter of Mr. George Wardley, of Greymouth, N.Z.
GIBSON-ROBERTS -On December 5th, by special license, at
All Salnts' Church, by the Rev. Dr. Parsons, William George, son of the late William Gibson, to Lucy Henrietta Roberts.
PAOÍ-Hio*rto.-On December fith, at the residence of the
bride's father, Bream Creek, by the Rev. C. J. Bramraall, William, secimd, son of the late Mr. G. Paul, to Emma, daughter of, Mr. T. Hicking. 702S
TAÏWB-HICK«.-On 7th December, by special license, by
the Rev. John Storle, James William, eldest son of Mr. William Taylor, of tilla city, to Annie, third daughter of the late Mr. Jarnosfllcks. 704P
WrLiMMsoii-CtABKis.-On the 27th Novomber, at Christ
Church, Moyston, by the Rev. Canon Homan, Samuel Williamson, Manager of the Union Rank, Stawell, Vic- toria, to Jessie, youngest daughter of the late Lewis Clarke, Essendon, near Melbourne 7(144
"~ DEATHS^ '.
HEELAN -On the 8rd Decombor, at Llntwcdine Farm, Mac-
quarie Plains, the wife of John James Heelan, of a son. Victorian papers please copy. 7020
STANTON.-On Snnday, 8th December, Job Thomas Stanton,
from Inflammation of the brain, aged eleven years and six months. His funeral will lcavo his mother's residence, " Hope and Anchor," Macquarlestrect, Tins AFTERNOON, at a quarter to two o'clock. 7012