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Mr. S. McCulloch
Many friends and acquaintances were grieved to learn of the death, following a shooting accident, of Mr. Samuel McCulloch, who before his retirement several years ago was a well known bar-
rister and solicitor. Mr. McCulloch, who had been living at Woodend for some time, was injured while on a shooting expedition at Woodend on Saturday. A son of the late Mr. William McCulloch, who was himself a leading figure in the public life of Melbourne, the late Mr. Samuel McCulloch was born in Melbourne 71 years ago, and was educated at Scotch College and later at the Melbourne Uni- versity. During his earlier years he was a leading oarsman, being a member of successful crews of his school and the University. He was a member of the Mel- bourne club. The late Mr. McCulloch was twice married, his first wife being the daughter of the late Mr. John Wagner, while his second wife, Miss Clyde, was an American by birth. Two married daughters of the first marriage and two sons of the second marriage survive.
At the funeral, which took place at the Melbourne General Cemetery yesterday, Messrs William and Clyde (sons) and William and Colin (brothers) were the chief mourners. The pallbearers were Messrs Herbert Brookes, Walter Bayles, Leslie Smith, C. Lorimer, R. Hewitt, H. Clapp, F. Brett and Rupert Greene. The Rev. Selwyn Evans, of the Australian Church, conducted a service at the grave-
side. The funeral arrangements were carried out by A. A. Sleight Pty. Ltd.
The death has occurred In London of Mr S E Saunders chairman of Saun- ders Roe Ltd engineers j acht builders and designers and buildeis of aircraft Mi Saundcis who was motor launch buildci to the King was a pioneer In the design and construction of fast motoi boats He was aged 76 \eai¡>
Mr Edmund Naughton of Povvei street Hawthorn died on Sunday after a long illness The late Mi Naughtons family was among the early settlers of the Seipentlne Rochester For manj years Mr Edmund Naughton was asso- ciated with his brother William in station properties in New South Wales and Queensland This partnership was dis- solved in 1911 and at the time of his death Mr Edmund Naughton and familj owned Merungle Booligal Maragle Kaju ligah Ben j Jem Cobungra Windouran and othci properties Mr Naughton had a particularly intimate knowledge of the value of pastoial properties and stock in Riverina and Victoria Requiem Mass was celebrated at the Church of the Im- maculate Conception Hawthorn jester
day morning and the funeral took place at, the Mcloouine Cemetery the Rev Father Rvdcr officiating at the giaveside The palibeaicrs were Messrs Hector McKenzie W J Jeffrey W J McLean T Wilkins N J Carson and Vv B Hodgson The funeral arrangements were carried out by Alfred Al.ison