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OBITUARY. The death of Miss Caroline G? occurred at her home in Richms street last week. The late lady a very old and well-known identity Portland, whose father in the e days was in charge of a brewery Henty street. The re were interred in the South-ce?tm on Thursday. The death occurred at hish dence, Ullswater, on Monday las,i Frederick Gutbridge, at the age 64 years. Deceased had been in health for some considerable past, and his end came early Monday morning. Prior to death, deceased farmed at water for some time, and was ales. *found to be of a .kindly disposit and a good neighbor. He leaves widow, four sons and four do ters, eight brothers and sisters, his father who is 95 years of and is hafe and hearty. The and daughters are: Edith (Mrs M. Burns), Olive, Hilda (Mrs. Mitchell), George, Arthur, Frede James, Emma (Jean), and J Allan Ian (Jack). The dece was a member of a well known trict family, being the son of lr. and the late Mrs. Guthridge, who some years lived at Carapook. aged father, who is over 95 y of age, was able to travel f Portland, where he was spend the summer, to visit his son bets he died. Of a family of sisters. brothers, one having predece him some two years ago, all present at the graveside with the ception of one (William) who lives Adelaide. Other brothers "a George (Digby) Harry (Colerain? John (Charam). The folio are sisters : Mrs. Flowers (Marin Mrs. N. Burgess (Morven), lirs. Hadden (Charm), and Miss E (of Portland).-"News." / _ Owing to his having been pointed chairman of the New Z land Racing Conference, Msr. Gomer, the chief stipendiary ste ard of the Western District Rac_ Association, has resigned, and ' return to New Zealand in the cou of a few weeks.