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OBI TUARY HUNTER.-The deanth occurred at the Horsham Base HIospital yesterday of Mrs. Glenalvie Marie HIunter. wife of 'Mr. George A. Hunter, jun., of *O'Callaghan's parade. Deceased, .who .was' 2C yar old.. was born~ at Ilor I 9ia?n ad c ..is the, daughter of Mrs..E. Plilclkhaln iad thl Ite Mr. C. E.' Pluckhahn. of HoItoun. Shle was well edteemed and her death at an early .age is regretted by many friends ill the town and district. who have coil. veyed their sympiathy to the hereaved. There are also left twio daughters and a ,so. The funeral will take place at the I-Iorshaim Cemetery to-tlay (Tues day), the coritege leaving iS.. Michael and John's Church at 3 p.im. PHILIP.-The death oceirred it his honie, Kenmure, Ballarmt Road. Hamnil ton, of an old pioneer of the Western district in MIr. ThoImas Philip at til; age of 93 years. He cname to Victorit as a boy, his father-.(Mr. John Philip), who hiid given p i,.his vocation as i. sea captain tftdit between England Innd the Baltic iin 1848, and took over the L-hgoon- station, "beyond C:avendish. This was sold in: 1856 and in 18iS5 his father .binought Miga :Lake and St. -Mari s lalke stations, the two cover. ing some 10iO,Q0b acres. Deceased re sided ai[?Migi Lhke from s185 to lSst, wien ti?'?': fahiily repurchased St. 'Mars ' s Ma he, twhieh had lc'en sold. They `were now xtrading as Philip Bros, rtheir father h'ah-ing died in 1SSI. SDeceased :went i-nto residence at St, SMfar?'s =ake with his brothers-T-John, IAlexa'ndmer, James and William. In 1907". he renimoved to Koornotng and re mained there till he went to live in Hamilton in 1919.. He was a great -judge .of .inerinos,- and judged .for. 3 ears at .the -Balmoral show, as well as at the sh'eep breeders' shoo-. in 3Iel bourne' and in Ta' 'ania. In S190 he began the cultivation of wheat at St. fMaiy's, and wits very siiccessful; the ti'heat being of good .tquality, and the yields high. He .was a member of the • Kowree Shire Council for some years. lin 1883 he married Miss Margaret I:aidlaw?, who prede~ehnsed him some two years ago.. They had a family of one :son -(Thomhfis Rolbertson) and three daughters, Mary Robertson (M\[rs. G. A. Bade, -Hamilton), BMaud Laidlaw .(Mrp. H. B. Lindgren, :'Melbourine), and Nel!ie Laidlaw (Hamilton). Only one of his. brothers (Alexander) survive-c hitn, iThe i;i'eriil took place at the Hamilton Cemetery, the services at the graveside being conducted by the ev. F. ,: .Yarnall, B.A., of St. An, I' dre' s .-Presb'terian Church. Feeling reference to the ~assing of the late iMr Philip wa's nade by the minister :f:St. -ndro ;'s Pr'sbyterian Church, vho said cthat deceased had served it ,ith ~i'nfiiiling fidelity at Hamilton, Hori-shaai nnd ;Byanxbsolme.