Bishop—Drowned, May 20 or 21, Vallance Brenchley Bishop, aged 22 years, eldeat son of Mr C. W. Bishop, of Christchurch. Hβ was a passenger on board the steamer City of Dunedin, which vessel is supposed to have foundered in Cook's Straits, on her voyage from Wellington to Nelson, and all on board to have perished. Wixsoit — Browned, Jane 9, in the Rabaia, Mr "Walter Wilson, second son of J. Cracroft Wilson, Esq., C.8., of Cashmere. Westekba—June 9, Isabella Pyne, the beloved wife of Captain Richard Westenra, aged 61. Cohen*—June 11, at his residence, Colombo street, Christchurch, Mr Samuel Cohen, late of'Gawler Town and Dunedin, aged 43 years. Adelaide and Dunedin papers please copy.
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