Last Tuesday morning a telegram from Cue, Western Australia, was received, stating that Mr. George Edward Fulton, the well known member of the firm of G. E. Fulton and Co., Limited, of Adelaide, had diad on
Monday evening from heart diseace. Mr. Fulton, who was nearly forty years of ace, was a native of Glasgow. He was a son of the late David Fulton, propretorof the Duke street calico printing works, of that city. Arriving in South Australia in 1S89, ho wna most RticoMsful in business, and established the Kilkenny Foundry, which pioneered the iron and steel pipe business in this colony. At ilirphett Yale, on July 7, Mr. Willir.m Edward Batrshaw, of Dnlebrook, aged 45. Death was due to injuring received from biting thrown ou) of a vehicle. Mr. William George Laxaoore, as^ed sixty live, who n-aj for many years en/aitod in .an auctioneering and agenoy ba^innss in this oity, died at Fraakiston, near Melbourne, on July 4. Mr. John Stratford died in the Adelaide H -spital on Thursday fron? scailo decay at tbe age of «ighty-three. He csme to the colony in 1S37. Mr. J. Laue*ford, of Norwood, died on Wednesday. He catsft to the colony in 18fO. He wu the only r-iidi»nt survivor of the original trustees of the Nurwood \7f»!eyan Church. Two of bis nous are Wesleyan ministers.