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Obituary. -- --x-- Last week-end Mr. Hugh Cam eron, of Drumborg, another of.the rapidly diminishing band of pioneers, was called to his rest after a long illness bornre with christian forti tude. The deceased, who was 78 years of age, was born at Blair's Hill, Portland, and married Miss Mary Cameron, of Toorak. In his early life he went to Branxholme, and then took .up-land at Tallanga tuk, afterwards removing to Edgar ley station, Willaura, which he ma naged for the late Thomas Millear. "He next selected land in the Mac arthur district, and after removing to Condah ultimately' settled atl Drumborg, where he remained up till the time of his death. The pro perty is now in the hands of his two sons, Archie and Clarrie. A widow and family of five girls and two boys remain-Millie (Mrs. J. Cameron, Natimuk), Archie, Jes sie (Mrs. McKee, Greenwald), Clarfie, Elsie (Mrs. Alex Cameron, Gnotuk), Jean (Mrs. L. Kerr, Hey wood) and Bonnie (Mrs. D. M?oore, Hotspur) . The funeral on Mon day was very largely attended, all parts of the district being represen ted. The Rev. W.. H. McMeekin conducted the burial service, and the mortuary arrangements were cardied out by. Mr. B. L. Wilkins. The late gentleman was the last of the original Cameron family, three brothers having predeceased him.