OBITUARY MRS. SAMUEL KENNEY. The death occurred in the Mount Gambier General Hospital, on No vember 10th. of Mrs. Janet Isabella Mary Kenney, wife of Mr. Samuel Kenney, of Kongorong, and formerly of Lower Cape Bridgewater, Port land. The decease, who was born at Bridgewater on October 19th, 1863, was the only daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Joshua Black, pioneer settlers in the district, the latter being the widow of the Rev. Alexander Laurie, first Presbyterian minister in Portland. Deceased was predeceased by two brothers, Messrs. R.A.B. Black and Adam H. Black. Four years ago, Mrs. Kenney and her husband came to reside at Kongorong with their only (daughter, Lexie (Mrs. H. A. Wright) there being no other child ren living of the marriage. Mrs. Kenney was a member of the Presbyterian Church, and for many years an active worker for the betterment of the district. Of late years Mrs. Kenney's health failed and the greater part of the last year was spent In hospital, and her passing was not unexpected. The pallbearers were representatives of life long friends from Bridgewater Messrs. H.R. and J. G. Newton, J. A.R.
Kittson and a nephew, Robert M. Black. Beautiful floral tributes came from the Kongorong Church, Kongorong Red Cross, of which Mrs Kenney was a member, and from many friends and relatives. Mrs Kenney's step-sister, Mrs J. Lightbody, whose death occurred on October 7th, 1941, at the age of 85, and Mrs Kenney at the age of 78, were the last surviving members of the family of Mr. Joshua Black.