BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS.
BLAKE.—On October 27th, Mrs Isaac Blake, of Bothwell, of
a son, both doing well.
CLARK.—On the 28th October, the wife of John K. Clark,
Elizabeth-street, of a daughter.
DAVIES.—On 9th October, at Roseville, New Town, Mrs.
J. G. Davies, of twins (son and daughter).
ELLIS.—On the 14th October, at 81 Melville-street, Mrs. John
Ellis, of a son.
HARBOTTLE.—On 4th October, at Melrose Cottage, Ross, the
wife of Mr. T. E. Harbottle, of a daughter.
HUMPHRIES.—On the 12th October at her residence, Colville-
street, Battery Point, the wife of Mr. William Humphries, of a daughter.
HAYLEY.—On the 20th October, at Southgate, Clarence River,
New South Wales, Mrs. E. W. S. Hayley, of a daughter.
HARRIS—On 26th October, Mrs. T. Harris, Criterion Hotel,
of a daughter.
INCHES.—On the 21st October, at Port Esperance, the wife of
Mr. Thomas Inches, jun., of a son.
REYNOLDS.—On the 8th October, at Rosegard, Macquarie
Plains, Mrs. John Reynolds of a son.
SMITHIES.—On the 10th October, at River Don, Mrs. W. W.
Smithies, of a son.
SEYMOUR.—On the 18th October, 1874, at Kingston, the wife
of Mr. Thomas Seymour, second officer of the brig Jane, of
SMITH.—At Cromwell Street, Battery Point, on the 19th
October, Mrs. Banks Smith, of a son.
SMITH.—On 28th October, at The Manse, Campbell Town,
Mrs. H. S. Smith, of a son.
WOLTMAN.—On the 23rd October, at St John's Wood,
London, the wife of Emil Woltmann, Esq., of a son.
COTTERELL—CARANDINI.—On October 13th, at St. James's
Church, Sydney, New South Wales, by the Rev. Canon Allwood, George James Cotterell, second son of the late Charles Edward Cotterell, Esq , R.N., of Greyfield, Nelson, New Zealand, to Isabella Sara, third daughter of the late Marquis Carandini, of Modena, Italy, and grandniece of the late Cardinal Consaloe.
CROMBIE—RICHARDSON.—On the 19th October, at Quamby,
by the Rev. H. O. Irwin, Andrew, son of the late A. Crombie, solicitor, Hobart Town to Ellen, second daughter of James Richardson, M. D. Police Magistrate, George Town, Tasmania.
HEAWOOD—WATSON.—On 20th October, at St John's, Ouse,
by special licence, by the Rev. G. Wright, Mr. W. Heawood of Millbrook, to Eliza, only daughter of Mr. J. Watson. JONES—BAILEY.— On the 28th October, at Oatlands, by special
licence, by the Rev. L. Campbell, James the fifth son of the late Robert Jones, Esq., of the Lower Marshes, Jericho, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. John Bailey,of Oatlands. KIMPTON—ROBARTS—On the 8th October, at St. David's
Church, bythe Rev. H. B. Bromby, William Thomas
Kimpton, of Carambarrac. Victoria, to Emily B. Radnor, eldest daughter of J. W. Robarts, Esq., of this city.
PETERSON—EDGINTON.—On the 22nd October, at Launceston,
John S. Peterson of Melbourne, to Clara Ann, eldest daughter of Thomas Edginton, Launceston.
Mackintosh SMiin-Rfkves -On 10th October, at All
baines' Church, by special lleenco, by the Bet C P Greone, BA, 1-dwartl A. Mackintosh Smith, ItN, Hampshire, England to Francis Hannah, joungest daughter of Mis Geo Youl, Hobart town
WICKINS- SPARKS -On May 20th, 1874, at Halwell Church,
Canterbury, New Zealand, by the Rev. J. Bowen, Albert Arthur, son of G. Wickins, New Wharf, Hobart Town, Tasmania, to Elizabeth Ann Sparks, of Christchurch, New
Axfobi) -At Ballarat, on 3rd October, Jane, wife of Thos
Axfoid, Esq , lite of Thorpe, Bothwell
ARCHER -At Fairfield, on the 15th October, William Archer,
Esq , late of Cheshunt, and son of the late Thomas Archer, Esq., of Woolmers, aged fifty four years.
Aumytaue -On tho 10th October, nt the Hermitage Geelong,
Lllzabcth Annttago, widow of the late George Arm) tage, Esq , aged 72
ARMSTRONG -On the morning of the 22nd October, 1874, at
her late residence, Melville Street, Ann Armstrong, aged 75 AoAtis-On friday, the 23rd October, at hor residence,
corner of Patrick and Barrack streets, Sarah, tho beloved wife of Tilomas Adams in the 27lh 3 car of her a^c
BLAkr - On the 21«t Yugnst, at St Mar) s Content, Auck-
land, New Zealand, Harriett Dorcas Gertrude, eldest daughter of the late Mr Martin Blake, aged 22 jears Button -On tho 14th September, at his daughter's residence,
New /t aland, Mr 1 bonnes Button, of this city, aged 73
BOWMAN -On the 8th October, Ernest Vernon, infant son of W. C. Bowman, Esq , aged 1 year
Buckland- On October 13th, the Reterend John Richard
Buckland Head Master of the Hutchins School, Hobart To« n, 55
CHAPLIN -On the 7th October, at his residence, Black Brush,
Edward Chaplin, aged 72 years. The deceased was for 52 years a resident in Tasmania
Conolav -On Otb October, at her residence, Collins street,
Elizabeth Conolan, aged 83
Cotton - On the 2lst October, 1874, at Earlham, near Spring
Bay, Harold Tennyson, , youngest son of John and Marian Cotton, aged 5 years and 8 months
CATER-Died at Melbourne E. M. A .Cater, third daughter
of Chas Cater, late City Missionary of Launceston, after a short and painful illness, aged 28 years.
Daw hon -On 23nl October, at her residence, Amelia street,
Forest Road, Mary Dawson, relict of the late W Dawson, sen , after a short illness in the 00th year of her age
Da I.Mas -On the 20th October, 1874, at the residence of his
son in Un, R G Crowhurst, 2, Garden Crescent, Hobart Town Tasmania, Augustus Dalinas (of Tours FranccJ*, aged 70 years formerly of the linn of Grot cs and Diurnas, Thames Bink, Chelsea
FISHER -On the 6th October, Ida Charlotte infant daughter
of Captain John Fisher, aged 7 months and 10 days.
FiiASLii- On October lfltli, 1874, at Orielton, Benjamin,
eldest sun Ivlng son of the late Mr William Fraser, aged 25
Ki PTCUFn -On tho 10th October, at Ipswich Queensland,
bydnoy Gerald, fourth son of the late Deputy Commissary General Fletcher aged 11 }0ars, and late solicitor, also Notar; Public, of the Supicme Court of Bathurst, New
Ciiauamk -At 200 Argtle street on the 11th October, after a
short and painful illness, Sarah Jane, second daughter of Charles and Laura Grahame, aged 4 tears and S months
He mi iiuivs -On Hie 17th October, at hor residence, Coltlllc
strcet, Battery Point, Joliannah, tlio beloted wife of Mr William Humphries, after a short illness, in tho 21st year of her age
HAKiiiNfir -On tho 22nd October, at her father's residence, Murra} street of croup Florence Blanche Marion, eldest daughter of Charles and Martha Hardinge, aged 3 years and
Hoiituxs - On the 27th October, Frederick Meltllle, third
son of A Hodgins, aged 2 years
Joni-s-On the 5th October at his tate residence Macqnario
street, in the 67th year of his age, Thomas Fletcher Jones. JOSEPH -On Thursday, 23nd October, at the residence of her
grandmother, Mrs. Maum Clarence Plains, Sarah Rebecca, second daughter of Mr Sam. Joseph, of the same place, aged 19 years.
KEMP-On Tuesday, 6th October, at his son's residence, 54,
Elizabeth street, Peter Kemp, in the 78th year of his age. MALONE -On the 17th October, at the residence of her father,
114, Forest Road, Catherine Trances, aged 23 years, third daughter of Thomas Malone formerly of the 39th Regiment RYAN -On the 12th October, at tho residence of his 'athcr,
Peppermint Ba}, Alfred Henry, youngest son of Mr \Villlam Ruin, In the sctciith year of lils age
RuonocK - On 10th October, at her father's resldoncc, New
lown Place, Annie Marla Ruddock two months old
Thomson -At Windsor, Victoria, on the 15th October, Charles
1 houison, Esq , late manager of the Bank of Van Dlomcn's Land, Launceston
WARD - On 7th October, at 39, Liverpool-street, May, twin
daughter of James Henry and Frances Hannah Ward, aged 9 months and 26 days.
Wir son-On 22mi October, at Ashgrove, John Thomas
Braidwood, Infant son of Mr James Wilson, aged five