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O Obituary. The .late Dr. James.: Thomson Tunnock.. who passed away :on"Fri day last in a private hospital, at' Hamilton, and whose body was taken to Melbourne, where he had resided for the past fifty years, was born at Cape Bridgelwter eighty years ago, on February 10th last. lie was the oldest of a family of eleven children of John Carrick More and.Jane Tun. nock, the latter being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy, senior, who arrived in Portland 'dh 1842, Mr. Tunnock following shortly afterwards. In those days the conmmon school was the only means of education for country children, but James, being an exceptionally brainy boy, made the most of his op potlluities and ability, and when the family removed to Drik Drik, where memberi have resided ever since to follow the pursuits of farming, and other occupations which had no at traction for hint, James bhetook him self to Melbourne, studied dentistry, obtained his degree, and folluwved his profession for many years. Re cently he suffered sore bereavements in the loss of his daughter Alma and a son Carrick. lie has left behind r. wife, two daughters, and three grandchildren to mourn a loving husbandnd nd devoted father and grandfather. And " so the pioneers pass on, ripe in years and experi ences.