Ashton— Kirk.— On the 28th June, at South Dunedin Baptist Church, by the Rev. A. North, Henry, third son of Isaac Ashton, South Dunedin, to Mary W., eldest daughter of James Kirk, Oatlin's river, and late of Strath- Taieri Hanlon— Hudson.— On the 20th June, at St. Paul's pro-Cathedral, by the Rev. J. W. A. Melville, Alfred Charles Hanlon, solicitor, to Polly, eldest daughter of Kichard Hudson, of Dunedin, manufacturer.
Newman — M'Nkil.— On the 29th June, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. S. W. Currie, Charles Henry IS ewman to Mary Christina, youngest daughter of James M'Neil, Port Molyneux.
Sincock— Lawrence.— On the 2nd July, at the residence of the bride's parents, Great King fctreet, by Mr W. J. Way, Edwin, fourth son of William Henry Sincock, of Christchurch, to Mary Ann (Polly), eldest daughter of George Lawrence, builder, of this city.
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