Mr. A Cantle
The death occurred at Wynnum re- cently of Mr. Alfred Cantle, sen., at the age of 83 years. Mr. Cantle came to Queensland in the Nowshera, 55
years ago. and resided in this State ever since. For the last 25 years he had been residing at Wynnum, where he was interested in some property. He also took a keen interest in the Wynnum Band. His wife pre-deceased him two and a half years ago. He is survived by three sons and three daughters, 19 grandchildren, and 17 great grandchildren. Mr. J. G. Nelson Mr. James George Nelson died at his home in Townsville recently, after a long illness. Born in Ravenswood 60 years ago, Mr. Nelson went to Townsville at an early age. He joined the Postmaster-General's Department as a messenger, and was employed in the services for 49 years, until he was forced to retire owing to 111— lealth. Deceased was very fond of horses, and took a keen interest in racing and trotting, being regarded as one of the best trotting drivers and riders about Townsville. He also competed in many race meetings . as an amateur, and of late years was a member of tlie Townsville Turf Club committee. He is survived by -his widow. Miss M. Hamilton
The death occurred recently of Miss Matilda Hamilton. Deceased was born in 1863, at Enniskillen, County Fer- managh, Ireland. For some time she was employed by Sir Douglas and Lady Brook, of Colebrook House, County Fermanagh, and with them travelled extensively on the Con tinent. She came out to Queensland with other members of the family in 1897, and resided at Chermside until 1924. Since then until, the time of her death she resided with her niece. Mrs. J. Packer, at Sixth Avenue. Kedron. She is survived by a married sister and two brothers.
Mrs. A. Muller ? The death occurred at Laidley . re cently of Mrs. Anna Muller, wife of Albert Julius Herman Muller, a re tired farmer. Mrs. Muller was born1 n Germany 62 years ago and came to Australia with her parents when very young. She married Herman Muller 41 years ago and lived near Laidley until seven years ago. She is. survived by her husband, five daugh ters, Mrs. D. M. Goschnick (Coo lana), Mrs. Louisa Schroeder ' (Kent vine), Mrs. Hilda Raabe (College View). Mrs. E. Birchley, ahd ? Miss' June Muller, three sons, Harry (Laid ley), Geprce, and Albert (Brisbane). ; Mrs. E. E. Caswell The death occurred on June 18, at her residence, Coburn, Wonglepong, of one of the oldest pioneers of the Logan district, Mrs. Tamar Caswell, relict of the late Mr. E. E. Caswell. Mrs. Caswell, who was in her 87th year, was born in Lincolnshire, Eng- land, and came to Queensland in the sailing ship Agricola in 1853. She had very vivid recollections of the early pioneering days, when the blacks were numerous and trouble- some; also of the disastrous flood in 1864, when she and her parents lost all their belongings in the deluge. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Caswell made their home at Woodhill, near Beaudesert, where they resided for many years, and reared a family of twelve children, all of whom are living, with the exception of one son. There are also 27 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Caswell resided at Coburn, Wonglepong for over 40 years, and was predeceased by her husband nearly six years ago. Her favourite hobby was crochet work, specimens of which are greatly ad- mired and prized by her family and friends.