Archbishop Mannix is returning to Mel- bourne to-day from Sale, where he has been assisting at the consecration of St. Mary's Cathedral.
Senator and Miss Barker leave for Sydney to-day to attend the launching of H.M.A.S. Brisbane and the Eight Hours celebration.
Dr. S. S. Cameron, the Director for Agri- culture, has been appomted a member of the council of public education as the repre- sentative of industrial interests (agrfcal ture) in place of Mrs Elwood Mead.
Mr Campbell ML A, who rcoently underwent an operation for throat trouble, was svt-hcitatly recovered yesterday to late Mount St Evhi'b Private Hospital Mr Campbell expects to be able during nut week to resume hie public and Parliamentary
Mr Ivo Whitton the \ustralian golf champion, who ia returning from an ei tended tnp abroad by the R M.S khyber
which readied Iremantle on Saturday did i not play much golf in England He played exhibition matches with the English cham-
pion, Vardon the proceeds bung handed | over to the Red Cross lund lir Avhitto« also viattd France and Italy
News has been received that Lance-Cor- poral R. O. Hepburn, son of Mr Thomas Hepburn, of Woodbine House, Cunning-
hame, Lakes Entrance, and a member of the
Melbourne staff of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company Limited, died of wounds at Gallipoli on August 9.
Mr E. Norton Grimwade bas received a
cable message that his son Frederick, who left Melbourne in June last, has taken his aviator's certificate.
The death of Mr. J. W. Horwood, engi- neer and ironfounder, was announced on Saturday. Mr Horwood, who was 70 years of age, came to Adelaide with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Horwood, in 1848, and returned to England in 1865 to study his profession. On returning to Australia he bought the Albion Foundry at Castlemaine, which he carried on for many years. Mr. Horwood took a keen interest in politics and municipal matters. He was president of the Maldon Shire, chairman of the Har- court Irrigation Trust, and was a large sup- porter of mining. He also had many scien- tific interests and conducted an extensive experiment in forestry at his Hazelwood Estate, Walmer. Since 1895 he had practised as a consulting engineer in Collins street. In 1874 Mr. Horwood married Helen, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Black. of Aberdeen. His widow survives him, also eight children and twelve grandchildren.
Miss Mary Lempriere, whose death is announced in this morning's issue, was a wel} known golf player fclio dieil jestc dav morning in a private ho-|ilil at M Kilda She waa a daughter of Mr. W. G. Lempriere of St. Kilda.
At tlie warehouse of Briscoe ind Company
Lunitcd on 1 nduy a prêtent itioa was made , to Mr Robert Mel can of the contractors department in the form of a cheque anl
gold medal on behalf of the firm ind a gold , watch from the emplojees in conmemora j tion of 50 yeal* continuous servie- The j presentation was made bj Mr Alex M« j Dell, chaumian of directors i
A private cable message has been received from London that Mr Reginald C Power , son of Mr Herbert Power has received a commission in the Middlesex Hussars He joined his regiment on Thursday last
Mr L S Treyvaud clerk of courts at
Brunswick, Coburg, and Northcote has been transferred to the Agricultural department At the last sitting of the Brunswick Court complimentary allusions were made by Messrs J C Downs and J W Fleim«.
J P s, in regard to Mr Treyvaud s popular- lty in Brunswick and to the efficient man- ner in which he had performed the duties
of his office