BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS.
COVERDALE.-On April 12, 1885, at Holo
brook-placo, tho wlfo of Morrison J. Cover-
dale : a son.
HOKNE.-On April 2, 1885, at Hobart, tho
wifo of Horbort E. Horno : a son.
HILL.-On April 2, the wife of R. HILLS, a
HAHBIS.-On Mnrch 25, at her residence, Macquario-street, Hobart, Mrs. J. O.
Harris: a son.
MATTHEW«. - On April 2, at Bishton,
Jericho, tho wifo of II. W. Matthows, jim.:
MATHER.-On April 1, at Holdgato Houso,
Murray-street, tho wifo of Robert Mather ¡ a daughter.
MURDOCH.-On March 20, at Orwell, Bat-
tery Point, the wife of Jamos Murdoch : a daughter.
VIMPANV.-On March 30, 1SS5, at 37, Bris
bnno-Htroot, Hobart, tho wife of Amos Arthur Vimpany : a son.
BROWN-MINCHIN.-On April 2, by Rev. J. W. Simmons, Lethra Brown, of the Huon, to Maria Louisa Minchin, eldest daughter of the late Wm. Minchin, of this city.
BRYCE-COLEMAN.-On April 6, by Pastor
McCullough, James, fourth son of Mr. James Bryce, of Hobart, to Martha, fourth daughter of Mr. William Coleman, of Franklin, Huon.
BENNETT-LEWIS.-On March 28, at tho
Union Chapel, by tbo Rev. J. W. Simmons, Thomas, second son of George Bennett, England, to Sarah Louisa Lewis, oldest daughter of Thomas Lewis, of Battery Poipt, Hobart. i
BULL — SAGE. —On April 9, at St. Matthew's
Church, Brighton, by the Rev. M. J. O'Regan, James, only son of the late Thomas Bull, to Elizabeth, fifth daughter of James Sage, both of Tea Tree.
CAIRNS - THIESSEN. -On March 20, at
Geeves Town Congregational Church, by the Rev. J. M. Bayley, James Cairns, oldest son of the late James Cairns, of Killala Bay, to Sophia Maria, second eldest daughter of E. H. Thiessen, of Honeywood, Huon.
HAMSIET-SMITH.-On April C, 1885, at tho
residence of tho bride's parents, by tho Rev. J. M. Bayloy, Frederick William, 'third son of tlio loto William Paley Hammot,1 Ballarat, to Elizabeth Annie, eldest daugh- ter of J. Smith, Claremont, Upper Huon,
Tasmania. c .
INNES—RICHARDS.—On March 28, 1885 at
the residence of the bride's father, by the Ven. Archdeacon Dunstan, M.A., H.W. Grey, eldest son of the late Hon. F.M. Innes, President of th Legislative Council, Tasmania, to Maria Jane, fourth daughter of Wm. Richards, Esq., of South Gulgo,
New South Wales.
NEWBON-HENEGAN.-On Easter Tuesday.
April 7, 1885, at the bride's residence, Moun- tain River, Longley, Huon, by the Rev. T. M. O'Callaghan, St. Mary's Cathedral, Hobart, Ellen Mary, eldest daughter of John Henegan, Mountain River, to Wil- liam, second son of William Newbon, Vic- toria, Huon.'
NALL-BROWNELL.-On March 31, at Leura,
the residence of the bride's parents, by tho Rev. F. E. Stephenson, assisted by tho Revs.W. Burridge and H. J. Brownell, brother of the bride, the Rev. John Nail, of Victoria, to Florence, second . daughter of W. F. Brownell, Esq., of Hobart, Tas-
SEALY-ALLEN.-On, April 0, Bothwoll, by
the ' Rev. A. R. A. Beresford, ' George Broughton Sealy, Jof Hobart, to Annie Allen, of Bothwoll. J '
YEOMAN-WARDLEY.-On March 30, at
Reseda Villa, Hawksburn, Victoria, by the Rov. Wm. Tranter, Charle«, fourth son of Mr. John Yeoman, to Alice, youngest daughter of Mr. Goorgo Wardloy, for- merly of Hobart, Tasmania.
WEBBER-CLARKE.- On April 4, 1885, at
Hobart, Tasmania, by the Rev. H. Green- wood, John,eldest surviving son of the late John Webber, Calenick Tin Smelting Works, Cornwall, England, to Elizabeth, oldest daughter of the late T. Clarke, Hobart. 1 . DEATHS.
CLARK.-On March 31, at Dunedin, Norah
Josephine, wife of W. J. Clark, and §oungcsfc daughter of tho lato Sergeant
booran, master tailor of tho Ofith Regt. COWEN.-On Fobruary,13,18S5, at Norfolk,
England, after a short illness, Captain D. Cowon, Into of BosewayTark, New Town. CROWTHER.-On Sunday, April 12,1885, at
his residence, Albert-terrace, Hobart, the Honourable William Lodewyk Crowther, aged 68.
DAVIDSON.-On April 10, at High Church
Manso, Goolong, Adam, fourth son of tho late John Davidson, Campboll Town, and grandson of tho late Waiter Davidson, of Riccarton, Tasmania, aged 21 years.
HILL.-On Wednesday, April 15, 1885, at
Oatlands, Pearl Ruby, infant daughter of Richard and Mary Hill, aged 1 month.
LACY.-On April 13, 1885, at Now Town,
Ann, widow of tho lato Charle« Lacy, of Bothwell, also tho dearly bolo\ed sister of tho lato Alico Hunt, of Tasmania.
MCQUEENEY.-On April 8, at Hobart, John
Jaboz McQueoncy, in his 23rd year, second son of tho lato Michael McQucenoy, of tho Mountain River, Victoria, Huon.
MORRLSBY.-On April 4, at her lato resi-
dence. Sandy Bay, Christiana, relict of tho late Honry Morrlsby, of Woodlands, Muddy Plains.
SMART.-On April 13, at Elizabeth-street,
James Smart, in his OGth year.
THOMAS.-On April 3, at Upper Macquario
strcot, Mary Ann, widow of tho lato Wm. Thomas, aged 42 years.
YOUNG.-On April 8, at Forcett, Walter,
youngest son of John and Sarah Young, aged 1 voir and 7 months.