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OBITUARY MR. H. D. RUNDELL. The death of Mr. Henry Dyer Rundell, of Swamp View, Break away, removed one of the old iden tities of the Condah district. His passing recently came as a shock to his many friends, as he had not had a long illness and had apparently been in good health until he devel oped an illness which resulted in him being removed to the Hamilton and District Base Hospital intermediate section for skilled treatment. He did not leave the hospital, but passed away when he appeared, to his friends, to he much brighter. Mr. Rundell was the son of John and Matilda Rundell, natives of Cornwall and Somerset respectively, and is survived by his wife, who was Miss Annie Dawkins, of Condah Swamp, a brother (Mr. Sam Run dell, of Breakaway Creek), and two sisters, Mrs. D. Wheeler; of Wallace dale, and Mrs. S. Carter, of Byron street, Ijamilton. He also leaves a family of two sons and three daugh ters : Matilda (Mrs. Jos. Vaughan, Hamilton), Lena (Mrs. G. Cruick-. shank, Hamilton), Leslie (Break away), Esther (Mrs. J. R. Malseed, Myamyn.) Practically all his life Mr. Run dell had lived in the Condah district, where he was in the dairying busi ness, and was well and favorably known to a wide circle of friends. ie spent a long and happy married life, he and Mrs. Rundell celebrating their golOen wedding anniversary eight months ago. Mr. Rundell was a member of the Church of England and was a constant attender at the services.-"Spectator."