Anniversary of Wreck of Admella. The wreck of the Admella on Carpenter's Rocks on August 6th, 1859 — just 78 years ago — remains one of the most tragic of the marine tragedies on the Australian coast. To mark the anniversary of the epic, wreck, it has been suggested that an "Admella Night" should be arranged each year on August 6th in perpetu- ation, and a proposal that a repre- sentative from the Historical Society of Victoria should visit Portland on the occasion of the initial celebration next month will receive general sup- port. It has also been proposed to make a public appeal for funds to erect a flagpole near the Admella life-boat in the botanical gardens for ceremonial purposes. The ideal of the commemoration was origin- ated by the late Mr. J. L. Wyatt at a function in the Free Library Hall, when a photograph of the ill-fated vessel was presented to the institute by Mr. Arthur Rodgers, at that time president of the Old Boys' Associa- tion in Melbourne. Mr. R. M. Ansett, of Ansett's Air Ways, has removed, from Hamilton to Melbourne to be near the headquar- ters of the newly-formed company, now being built at Essendon.