BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
On tho Sth June the wife of Bichard Stratford, Catlin's lliver, of a son. On the Kith June, at Fillcul street, the wife of Mr Edwin Pethrie, of a son. On thu 25th June, at the Camp, Lawrence, the wife of Amlrcw Thompson, Esq., of a. son. On the lHt July, at Kiccarlou, East Taicri, Mrs John Allan, of a daughter. On the 2ud July, at linen Bank House, Regent Road, the wife of Air Maurice Joe!, of a daughter. ; On tho 3rd July, at her residence, Princes street", Mrs A. R. Hay, of a son. On the 4th July, at Knmont Villa, Cargill street, Mrs 1. Martin, of a son. On the sth July, at Linden, Mrs George Young, of a daughter. On the 7th July, at Con o, Dimetliii, the wife of Evan Prosser, of a daughter. On the Oth July, at Kaikorai, the wife of? Mr Colin Taylor, baker, of a son. On the J Ith July, at Constitution street, Mrs John Keid, of a daughter. On the 13th July, at her residence, Duncan street, the wife of Mr James Hastie, of a son. On the 13th July, at her residence, mrices street south, tho wife of James Knox, of. a. eon—still born. On the IGtU July, at George street, Dunedin the wife of G. Milne, of a sou. - On the 17th July, at Duncan street, Mnr Thomas Burt, of a daughter. On the 17th. July* at Heathfield, the wife of J. C. Rowluy, of a daughter. On the 21st July, at her residence, Stafford street, Mrs 11. 8. Fish, junr., of a son. On the 22ud July, at Belgrave Cottage, Castle street, Mrs J. G. Draper, of a son. On tlie 23rd July, at Russell Btreet, Mrs George Leslie, of a daughter. On tho 24th July, at .London street, Mrs James Crawford, of a son. .On the. 25th July, at Moray place, Mrs John Hamann, of a son. - On the 25th July, ftfc the Kaik, Otago Heads, the wife of Mr W. H. Walker, of o» On the 26th July, at t^chend Cottage, Dumlas street, the wife cf Captain Hugh; I'atcrson, of a eon. ~, ~;. T On the 26th .July, the wife of Mr AlUncft, Priuces street, Dimedia,.of a daughter. On the 27th July, at tho Bank of Otago, Balelutha, the wife of Mr T. T. ttitchie, of a daughter. . ■■ . ivu., On the 30th July, at the Imperial Hotel, Mrs W. H. 'Jlaydon, of a son. On the 81st July, , Mrs J. B. Thomson, Cargill street, of a daughter. On the Ist August, at her residence, Octagon, the wife of AY. J. Lucas, of a daughter. On the 2nd July, at tho remcleuce of the Right Bey. Dr -Moran, Joseph, bou of the late James Braithwaite, Merchant, of Melbourne and Dnnedin, to Mary Ann, «ldest daughter of James Bellett, Kensington, Otago, N.Z. ; J ■ On the 3rd July, at the Synagogue, Geelong, by the Rev. J, Herman, Samuel Jacobs, of Dunedin, to Amelia, second daughter of Simeon Isaacs, Geelong, late ot Dunedin. On tho 11th July, at Bumside Cottage, LeilU street, Dimed'in, by the ltev. Thomas Itoseby, James Frederick I'cake, to Agnes Barton Mackie, eldest daughter of ■Mx Joba. iV.Jago;- ■ ■ - On the 10th July, at the residence of the. bride's father, High street, by_ the Rev. Johu.Gow, assisted by the Rev.. Dr. Stuart Andrew, youngest son of Mr George Hepburrii' Waikan, to Janet Nimmo, eldest daughter of Mr John Healey, merchant. On the 20th July, at Dunedin, by the Rev. Dr Stuart, John Barty, of Meikleour, Perthshire, to Margaret Turnbull, pi .Stran^ racr, Wigtonahire.
On the 3rd May, at tho Bluff. Southland, N.Z., accidentally drowned, William, eldest brother o£ Archibald Baillie, of this city, aged. 55 years. On' the 2nd June, in Melbourne, in the 44th year of his age, Francis Gorman, late of Sunnyside, Dunedin. On the 16th Juno, suddenly, at his residence, Dowling street, Dunedin,. Mr Johm Young, saddk-r, late of Peebles, Scotland. On the 20th June, at 2!) Franklin street, West Melbourne, of brain, fever, William, eldest son" of the lao John Kernahan, confectioner, Kilmarnock. On the 6th July, at Forth street, Willianv son of Mr James M'Vicar. On the 10th July, a* JLefth. street, John Wells, the youngest sou of George Crocombc; aged six months. • ■ ' Suddenly, on or about the 14th July, aft Levuka, Fiji, Mr James De Moas, late of Edinburgh and Dunedin, only brother of Mr D. A. De Maus, Port Chalmers. On the 15th July, at York Place, Charles Reid, infant son of Wiliixun Espie; aged four months. ' ' ' On the 101b July, at his residence, .Junction Hotel, East Taieri, Joha Henry, beloved son of Jane Steadman, aged six years; and eight months. ■■ • ■ ' : * ■'; '• Gii.the 20fch July, at his parents'1 residence, Sfe.; Andrew street, George Sturrock,'youngest son of Klias Henry ana Margaret iiainijey, oge one year seven weeks. * . •..■■ ■•■' Oa the 25th July; at her residence,. Great Kingifltreet, Maria Robertson, <■ wife of Mjt David-Davidson; -- .> i .i i :.: , On the 26] th July, at Mosgiel, EasfcTaierr, Mr George" Frier,' age 45, soiv.of the late *JamOß Frier, liawiimarke%^ -Edinburgh, merchant,- beloved htisbandi'.of. 'Margaret ISViery"after along and pMrifyltfMnetett ■'--Oh tbo !28th.3Toly; «ts^*rWe«fe.iTaieri. gchooHiWUije; rM*rgaret WyEfi, wife of George On the 29th Jnly'i' af^^jWt^BihaJSfc Elfe* Fletcher, youngest daughter of Aliarew Andenwn, clothier, of Kattray utwiet, Dun.edin; *ged three years and four nwmtiuL
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