BÍRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
ANDERSON. —On September 25, at No. 28,
Campbell-street, the wife of Captain John
Anderson : a son.
BREEDON. ‚On September 30, 1885, at Waterloo, the wife of T. E. Breedon : a daughter.
CATO. —On October 13, at Paraclete, the wife
of Hilmer Cato : a son.
DARGAVILLE. —On October 7, at Latrobe,
the wife of R. A. Dargaville : a son.
HOLLICK. —On October 7, at her residence,
Williamson-street, the wife of the late Wil- liam Hollick, of New Main Waterworks- road : a daughter.
HAMILTON. —On October 2, at Kelly-street,
Battery Point, the wife of G. W. D. Hamilton, of Montpelier Retreat : a daughter.
HEADLAM. —On September 20, at Vau Cluse,
the wife of Robert Headlam : a Son.
HADDEN. —On October 14, at Waltham
Abbey, Green Ponds, the wife of J. Had- den, jun. : a daughter.
IBBOTT. —On October 10, at Hobart, the wife
of Walter Ibbott, of Lower Jerusalem : a
LIDBETTER. —On October 15, at Hobart, the
wife of Thomas Lidbetter, Esq., of Bombay:
PITT. —On October 12, at Rostrevor, Spring
Bay, the wife of George Pitt : a son.
ROBERTSON. —On October 14, at Hobart, the
wife of A. Robertson, Jerusalem : a son.
WILSON. —On September 28, at Beau Regard,
Davey-street, the wife of F. P. Wilson : a
AUSTIN—SULLIVAN. —On October 3, at Ho-
bart, James Henry P. Austin, third son of Edward Austin, formerly of Brixton, near London, now of Hobart, to Louisa Jane, youngest daughter of the late James Sul- livan, of Carrick, Tasmania.
CALDWELL—WHITESIDES. —On October 6,
by the Rev. James Beattie, of Chalmers Church, Launceston, the Rev. J. Caldwell, Mornington, Victoria, to Marian, eldest daughter of James Whitesides, Hobart.
MILLER—GRAVES. —On October 7, at St. Mary's, Melbourne, by the Rev. Canon Potter, Francis Knowles, eldest son of R. Byron Miller, Launceston, to Brightie, eldest daughter of the late J. W. Graves, Caldew, Hobart.
AIKMAN. —On Tuesday afternoon, October
6, Clara Sophia, tho eldest daughter of James and Clara Aikman, aged 11 years
and 9 months.
AYTON. —On October 9, at his late residence,
Campbell-street, Hobart, William Pooley Ayton, aged 54 years.
BREEDON. —On September 28, 1885, at Wa-
terloo, Sydney, Philip Trevor, only son of Thomas and Sara Breedon, aged 2 years and 5 days.
FLOWERS. —On October 12, at New Town,
Thomas Flowers, aged 72 years.
GRIEVE. —On October 11 ,1885, John Grieve,
aged 41 years, after a short and painful ill-
GUILLOIS. —On Octobor 11, 1885, at his late
residence, corner of Argyle and Collins streets, Fortune Guillois, aged 86 years. GLOCK. —On October 3, 1885, Eva Chris-
tina, the beloved wife of Jacob Glock, of Flight's Bay, Huon, aged 73 years.
GILLES. —On October 2, at Annandale, New
South Wales, Catherine Maxwell Gilles, wife of Louis B. Gilles, J.P.
HADFIELD. —On October 4, at her residence,
Frederick-street, Launceston, Catherine Theresa, relict of the late J. S. Hadfield, in the 63rd year of her age.
HART. —On October 14, at his late residence,
Lower Marshes, Jericho, Josh. Hart, aged
LAMB. —On October 7, Julia, the dearly be-
loved wife of John Lamb, Fort Esperance, aged 56 years, after a long and painful ill- ness, which she bore with Christian forti-
tude. Beloved by a largo circle of friends.
LISTON. —On October 13, at her late resi-
dence, 53, Macquarie-street, Hobart, Honora Mary, wife of William Liston, sen., aged 53 years.
McWILLIAMS. —On October 9, 1885, at her
late residence, 256, Argyle-street, Hobart, Sarah, relict of the late Mr. Robert
McWilliams, aged 76 years.