OBITUARY -I The passing away of another of the highly respected old residents of the Condah district in the person of the late Mrs. Annie Rundell, On Oc- tober 2, came as a great shock to a large circle of friends and relatives. Mrs. Rundell was born at Glencoe, South Australia, in 1860, and came with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Dawkins at a very early age to the Condah district-the place known as Spring Banks. In 1890 she married the late Henry Dyer Rundell, of Sunnyside, Condah, in which dis- trict she lived all her life with the ex- ception of the last fourteen months, when she resided with her daughter, Mrs. J.H. Vaughan, in Hamilton. She took a keen interest in Red Cross work for which she was a working member for over twenty years. She worked during the Great War, and also the present conflict until her death. It Is only a little over a year sinco she celebrated her golden wed- ing at her old home, known as Swamp View, Condah. She leaves a family of five to mourn the loss of a devoted mother. They are: Samuel Dyer Rundell, Myamyn; Mrs. J.H. Vaughan, Hamilton; Mrs. G. Cruick- shank, Hamilton; Leslie Robert Run- dell, Breakaway; Mrs. J.R. Mal- seed, Myamyn, and eight grandchild- ren. - "Spectator".