MRS. G. O'DONNELL
AFTER a short illness, the death occurred at Colac, last week, of Mrs. George O'Donnell, of Carpendeit. Born at Lai Lai, Mrs. O'Don- nell was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Austin Flan- nigan, well known citizens of the Colac district for many years. Before the burial at the Colac cemetery, Requiem Mass was celebrated, at St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church by Very Rev. Dean D. R. Howell. Many floral tributes were placed on the grave, including wreaths from the - Irrewillipe hall committee, Irrewillipe Sports Club and officers and officers and members of the Western Victoria Axemen's Asso- ciation. Coffin bearers were Messrs. Jack O'Donnell, Bernie O'Don nell, Con. O'Donnell (sons), George Neave (son-in-law), Austin Flannigan and Tom Flan- nigan (brothers). The pall was supported by Messrs. D. Mc- Donald, T. Henderson, W. Hay wood, H. T. Jones, A. Morrison, S. Nicol, H. Milverton, W. Arml- stead, A. Wickham and J. Mul- heron.