MR J. C. HAUGH
MR John Charles Haugh, who died at Geelong, last Tues- day, was a resident of Cam- perdown for 56 years. The son of the late Mr and Mrs J. J. Haugh, pioneers of the district, he was born at Bri Bri, near Mt. Rouse, 77 years ago and lived in the Western District all his life. As a young man, he was at Stonyford for a number of years. A baker by trade, he was em- ployed for some time by the late Mr G. Robertson of Cam- perdown. INTEREST IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS Mr Haugh, who had the high esteem of all, took an active in- terest in public affairs. He was an original member of the Camperdown Brass Band, which was formed about 40 years ago. He also took part in the theatrical shows produced by Mr Louis Bayer. He was caretaker of the Mechanics' Hall at one time, his son, Charles, now holding that position. One of the staunchest sup- porters of the local football club, he acted as gatekeeper for many years. The only sport he played was bowls. His wife died last September. The couple is survived by six sons, John A., William J., Charles G. (all of Camperdown); Cpl. Keith C. Haugh (Geelong); James C.; and Gordon S. (Mel- bourne). There are two daugh- ters, Jean C. (Mrs H. E. Nicol, Geelong) and Gertrude C. (Mrs A. C. Williamson, Melbourne). Sisters are Mrs W. G. Parker (Melbourne) and Mrs A. McMil- lan (Camperdown.) MASONIC SERVICE. Rev. G. R. Williams officiated at the graveside at Camperdown cemetery, where there was also a Masonic service by Rev. W. E. Moorhouse. The coffin was borne by de- ceased's six sons. Pall bearers were Messrs W. Parker, T. R. Crosby, J. Rodgers, A. Hudson, R. Christie, J. W. Smith, H. E. Nicol, A. McMillan.