BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
BIRTHS. BUCKLEY—On August 14th, at Arnoldstreet, Grey Lynn, the wife of F. D. i»r£°kL ey of a daughter. *h ~ On Au S"st 22na, at her motner s residence, buckland, the wife of „*•?, Bluck, Tanmarunui, of a boo. oKAI.-On August 8, at her residence, belwj-n-street, Onehunga, the wife of H. n .o ßray of a daughter. Both doing well. HAS WELL.—On July 31, at Cook-street, Auckland, the wife of G. E. Haswell of a son. Hic.h.s.—On Augnst 8, at her residence, Greenwood street, Ponsonby, the wife of Prank Hicks of a son; both doing well. KEUK. — On August 9th, at No. 25, St. Marys-road, Poasonby, the wife of W. F. Kerr (Rotbrua) of a son. Both doing well. MACPARLANE. — On August 30th. the wife of A. C. Macfarlane of -a daughter; both doing well. MORRISH. — On August 20th, at Arawast.. Khyber Pass, the wife of S. A. Morrish of a daughter. PHILIP.—-on August 1, at her residence, Grey Lynn, the wife of W. U. Philip of a son. PILKINGTON. — On August 25th, at their residence, Epsom, Mt. Albert Rd., to Mr and Mrs R. T. Pilkington, a daughter. Both doing well. RAE.—On August 4, at her residence, Mt. Eden road, the wife of C. E. Rae of a sou: both doing well. SOUSTER. — On Sunday, Augnst 14th. at "The Climbs," Birkenhead, to Mr and Mrs Fred. Souster, a sou; both doing well. STEVENS.—On August 27, at their residence, Ponsonby Terrace, Ponsonby, to Mr and Mrs W. Stevens a son; both doing well. STEWART. — On August 59th. to Mr and Mrs Alox. Stewart, at their residence (Ruatoki), St. George's Bay Rd., Parnell, a daughter; both doing well. helAßßiages. ANDERSON—WHITELAW.—On 9th August, Albert Anderson, to Jeau Alicson AVhitelaw, eldest daughter of William Whitelaw, of Devouport, Auckland. . EADIE—KICK.—On July 5, at Upington, Orange River, South Africa, by the Rev. W. Brallsford, M.A., Vicar of. Prleska, David Eadie, Civil Commissioner and R.M. of Herschel. Cape Colony, to Daisy Muriel, daughter of Vincent Sice, of Mount Eden. Auckland. KOOREY—DE BELLE.—At St. Patrick's Cathedral, Auckland, on Wednesday, August 10 1904, by His Lordship the lit. Rev. Dr. Lenihan Bishop of Auckland, Carram Koorey of Hawke's Bay, New Zealand to Leila De Belle, of Napier.—Hawke's Bay papers please copy. MAKTI.N-HOLMES.—On the 3rd August, at St. Peter's Church, Melbourne, by the Hey. Archdeacon Hindley, Alfred B. Martin, MJH.AI.B.B.C, Cantab, etc., eldest son of Joseph J. Martin, H.M. Inspector of Mines, Bristol, England, to Ardagh Holmes, only child of John Holmes, T>arnsier-at-law, K.LD., Christchurch, New Zealand, and formerly Police Magistrate of the Colony of Victoria. ' STONE — FOX. — On July 20th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. C. Griffin, Charles Edward, third son of the late John Stone, of Newmarket, to Emily Norah (Lena), only daughter of W." H. Pox, of Parnell. WIXSTONE - RICHARDSON.—JuIy 19, 1904, at the Methodist Church, Feilding, by the Eev. Keall, assisted by the Rev. A. C. Lawry, George, eldest son of Mr G. Winstone, of this city, to H. Gertrude Richardson, youngest daughter of the late Rev. J. B. Richardson, of Christchurch,
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