BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Anderton.—On the 24th April,at her residence-, Nevada, the wife of R. T. Anderton,. of a son. Barclay.—On the 25th April, at Waimate, thewife of Herbert Barclay, M.D., of a son. CmsirOLJi.—On the 2-ith March, at St. David street, Lyttelton, the wife of W. Chisholm, of a son. Kay.—On the ISth April, at her residence, Springvale, Longridge, the wife of A. C. Kay, of a son. Miller.—On the 14th April, at Naseljy, the wife of J. C. Miller, of a son. M'Neill.—On the 28th April, at York place Mrs R. M'Neill, of a daughter (still-born).
Rasmussen.—On the 12th April, at her residence, Lawience, the wife of L. V. ftasmussen, of a son.
Aitciieson'—Wn.tTAMSOS.—On the 19th Apri?, by the P^ev. B. Vanes, at the residence of the bridegroom's parents, Island Farm, James, Becond son of John Aitcheson, to Annie, youngest daughter of the late Gideon Williamson. BotU of Waikouaiti. Aitlec.artii—Briasco.—On the 25th April, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Bey. Dr Stuart, Albert Lincoln Applegarth, youngest son of Robert Applegarth, London, England, to Mary Gertrude Briasco, youngest daughter of the late Angelo Briasco, Italy, and stepdaughter to tho late Andrew Martinelli, of this city. Blackie — Walker. —On the 12th April, at; Knox Church, by Rev. Dr Stuart (assisted byRevs. James Clark and J. 51. Allan), Eev. James Blackie, of Lumsden, to Jeannetta Margaret, daughter of the late Alexander Walker, London, and niece of Mrs Allan Lockhart, of this city. Brockett—Blatheson.—On the 18th April, at the residence of the bride'B parents, Ngapara, by the Rev. J. A. Will, Henrj'i fifth son of the late W. H. Brockett, Gateshead-on-Tyne, England, to Mary, second surviving daughter of Captain Matheson, Ngapara, Brown—JoiixsiON.—On the 20th of April, at tho residence of Mr Mark Scott, by the Key. James Chisholm, Alexander, youngest son of the late George Brown, Blderlee, TokomairircK to Margaret Isbister, only daughter of the lato John Johnston, farmer, Brattafield, Orkney, Scotland. Rolls—Prick.—On tho 26th of April 1593, at Knox Church, Dunedin, by the Rev. Dr Stuart, John T., eldest son of Captain J. T. Rolls, MclI bourne, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of W. H. I Price, Invercargill.
Dick—Boot.—On the 29th April, at Edgewood, Royal Terrace, by the Rev. A. North (assisted by the Key. R. J. Porter), Jamea Bertram, youngest son of the Hon. Thos. Dick, to Edffh Kllen, eWest daughter of the late Alfred Boot, Esq , Dunedin. Field- Hoogkins.—On the 26th. April 1593, at St. Paul's Church, Dunedin, New Zealand, by the Yen. Archdeacon Edwards, M.A., William Hughes Field, solicitor, Wellington, fourth son of H. C. Field, C.E., Wanganui, to Isabel, eldest daughter of W. M. Hodgkins, solicitor, Dunedin. Wellington and Wanganui papers please copy. Gret—Perry.—On the 24th April 1593, at St. Matthew's Church, Dunedin, by the Rev. E. T. Howell, William Herbert Grey, of Clarendon, Waihola, to Mary Elizabeth Theophila, eldsst daughter of John R. Perry, M.A., Dunedin, New Zealand.
Gedfies—Kino —On the 10th April, at Saint George's Episcopal Church, Naseby, by the Rev. Sidney Hawthorne, Curate in Charge, Robert Lamb, only son of James T. Geddes, of Naseby, to Rhoda Bramwell, youngest daughter of the late Thomas King, of Naseby. Ginsbergi—Pollock.—On the 3rd May, at the Jewish Synagogue, Moray place, by the Rev. L. J. Harrison, William Ginsberg, of Naseby, to Hannah, third daughter of the late Israel Pollock, of Hokitika.
Holmes—Davies.—On the 25th April, at St. Matthew's Church. Dunedin, by the Rev. E. T. Howell, Robert Hoimes, Waikura, Otiake, second son of Robert Holmes, Bathgate, Linlithgowshire, Scotland, to Isabella, daughter of William Davies, Dunedin.
Morton—SirAUPE—On the sth May, at Knox Church, Dunedin, by the Rev. Dr Stuart, Robert Littlejolm Morton, of Waitepeka, to Margaret Macmillan, only daughter of John Sharpe, Balclutha.
Procter—Fairley.—On the 12th April, at St. Luke's Church, Oamaru, by the Rev. 11. G. Gould, George Milton, eldest son of Mr J. G. Procter, Dunedin, to Elizabeth Helen, daughter of Mr T. Fairley, Oatcaru. Ritchie-M'Kerrow.—On the 26th April, the residence of thß bride's parents, Ghuznee street, Wellington, by the Rev. James Paterson, John D. Ritchie, Secretary for Agriculture, to Margaret J., elder daughter of James M'Kerrow, Chief Commissioner New Zealand Railways.
Stuart—Boiining.—On tho 25th April 1893, at Dunedin, by Rev. Rutherford Waddp.ll, Abraham Francis, third son of the late E,obert Stuart, of Auckand, to Wilhelmine Catherine, youngest daughter of William George Detleff Bohning, of Dunedin.
Winn— Pollard.—On the 6th May, at Holy Trinity Church, Gore, by the Rev. T. L. Stanley, William Winn, second son of Nickolas Winn, Cornwall, England, to EUza, eldest daughter of Charle3 Pollard, Kinton Green, Birmingham, England.
Armstrong.—On the 19th April, at his residence, corner of High and Ross streets, Roslyn, George Armstrong, Inspector of Works; aged S3 years. Akderson. —On the 7th May, at his residence, 62 Queen's Gate, London, Sir James Anderson; in his sixty-ninth year. Brown.—On the Gth May, at his residence, Oivake, Thomas Brown ; in his sixtieth year.
Bell.—On the 7th May, at Cromwell Hospital, of typhoid fever, Daniel Bell, wardsman (late of Seacliff), native of County Cavan, Ireland, and beloved husband of Helen Bell; aged 3S years. Deeply regretted by all who knew him. Craio.—At the station house, Herbert, after a long illness, Richard, the beloved husband of Jessie Craig; in his fifty-flfth year.
DAWSON (ANNE).—On the 22nd January 1893, at the Convent of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, Sister St. GeDevieve, beloved sister of James Dawson, N.Z.P.M., St. Kilda; aged 30 years. Forrester.—On the 28th April, at Gordon road, Mosgiel, William Forrester ; aged 50 years. Friend.—On the 9th May, at ilosgiel, Sarah Ann, the beloved wife of James Friend; aged 66 years. Goudie.—On the 6th May, at her residence, Duddingstone, North-East Valley, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Alexander Goudie, sen.; aged 70 years. Deeply regretted. Galt.—On the 9th May (suddenly), at Marairua, Mataura, James Stephenson, infant son of James and Mary Gait; aged three months and nine days. Greeniunk.—On the 21st April, at Matakanui, Agnes, youngest daughter of William Grcenbank ; aged 11 years. Houlston".—On the 28th April, at the residenca of Mr G. H. Gilroy, Stirling, Mary, the third daughter of Adam and Margaret Houlston; aged 15 years. Henderson.—On the fith May, at his residence, Tomahawk, Alexander Henderson; aged 77 years. Henderson.—On tho 2nd May, at Otautau, Thomas Henderson, farmer; aged 47. Henderson.—On the 15th April, at Gimmerburn, Maggie, beloved wife of John Henderson; aged 33 years. ' Deeply regretted. Macdonald. —On the 4th May, at his parents' residence, Great King street, Duncdin, Donald Cameron, the beloved child of John and Elizabeth Macdonald ; aged 1 year and i months. Morris.—On the 3rd May, at his father's residence, Stafford street, Georgo Daniel, the beloved son of W. S. Morris ; aged eight years. Deeply regretted. MYERS.-On Saturday, 29th April, at his late residence. High street, Abraham Myers, the dearly beloved husband of Johanna Myers ; aged 63 years. Very deeply regretted. M'Kenzie.—On the 6th May, at his residence, Inch-Clutha, Robert M'Kenzie; aged 65 yeara. M'Glasiian.—On the 6th May, at the residenca of Mr A. Burt, Upper York Place, Duncan M'Glashan, eldest son of Mr Duncan M'Glashan, tool and machine maker, of Paisley, Scotland ; in his thirtieth year. Neill.—On tho 9th March, at 6 Blantyre Terrace, Edinburgh, Alexander Hyndman Neil], F.K.C.S.E., formerly staff assistant surgeon 65th Regiment and 17th Lancers, late medical superintendent, Seacliff. PiNKERTOX—On the 27th February, at Dos Cabegos, Arizona, William Pinkerton Gate of Brooksdale, Tapanui) ; in his S4th year. Price.—On the 7th May, at her residence, Grosvenor street, Kensington, Catherine trice (late of Price's Boarding-house, Walker street); aged 74 years. 8.1.P. Smeaton. —On the 19th April, at the residence of his son Robert, Selwyn road, North-East Valley, after a long and painful illness, William Smeaton; aged 73 years. Sears.—On the 7th May, at his residence, Langdon House, William street, Roslyn, George (Tom Sears), lato of Cobb and Co., tho dearly beloved husband of Mrs Milloney Sears ; aged t;3 yeara. Deeply regretted. Turnbui.l.—On the sth May, at Cargill street, Dunedin, Allan, eldest son of Robert M. Turnbull, of Linnburn station ; aged seven years and 11 months.
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