Obituary. Deep regret was expressed on Sunday, March 11th (says the "'Spectator"), when there passed away another of our oldest pioneers, Mrs. John Jackson, daughter of the late Mr. John Samuel .Rigby,. and Mrs. Sarah Rigby, of - Coleraine. Mrs. Jackson was born at Lanca- shire (England) and was an adher- ent of the Methodist Church. She emigrated to Australia as.a child in the year 1855 with her parents, landing at Portland. Later she settled at Heywood, and was married to Mr; Jackson, She then resided at Skene with her husband for a num ber of years, later going to her late residence at Stoe Park, South Ham ilton, where she resided up to the time of her death. Her husband predeceased her three years ago. Mrs. Jackson leaves four sons and four daughters. Three sons pre deceased her, one being killed in the great war. She, also leaves three brothers and four sisters, thirty-two grand children and seven great great grahnd children to mourn their loss. By the death of Mr. Henry Baker, which occrrred in the Epworth hospital recently, the Condah district ha; lost one of its best known and most valued citizens. Throughinut q long life, Mr. Baker took a promin ent part in the public welfare of the district in which he lived, and by his integrity and uprightness won the respect and regard of those with whom he canme in contact. . Born in London on Augv.ust 22nd, 1852, M'r. Baker.was only eight years old when his parents - decided to migrate to Australia. The voyage, which lasted live months, was made in the sailing ship Anglesea, and Melbolurnc was reached on July 12th, 1860. "Spectator."