Former Station Manager Dies, Aged 80 MULLEWA, Tues.—Reginald William Fremlin, retired station manager, died in the Mullewa hospital this morning, aged 80 years. He was for some years mana- ger of Yuin station and for a considerable period was general manager of a group of stations owned by Atkins Bros. Ltd. and at the time of his retirement some years ago he controlled the station properties of Mur- goo, Mt. Narryer and Tibrad- den. These properties have carried up to 40,000 sheep and pro- duced 1,200 to 1,400 bales of wool in one year. Mr. Fremlin was recognised as one of the foremost sheep- men in the State. After his retirement he de- voted his remaining years to passing on to others the know- ledge he had gained in a life- time of experience. An Identity Of The Frankland District Dies FRANKLAND, Tues.—Mr. Phillip Grey Egerton-Warbur- ton, a member of an old pion- eer family of the Frankland district west of Cranbrook, died in Perth late on Sunday. He was aged 78 years. Mr. Warburton had lived all his life on the property of Yer- riminup which was founded in 1850 and purchased by his father Mr. George Grey Eger- ton-Warburton in 1880. He left a daughter and two sons who are living in the Frankland district.