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OBIIU ARY The death of MIr. Charles lhcinrich Krelle took place at the Homoepathic Hospital. Melbourne, on 12th April. Deceased, who had attained the age of (8 years, was well known in Hlorshamin. Minyip and M1urton, in which towns he had resided, and where he was held in high esteem by all with whnll he became associated. In later years. when his health failed, lie lived in re tirement with his wife and children in New 8outh \Wales, and afterwards re turned to Victoria. For sonime months prior to his death hle lived with his daughter. Mrs. E. Finketneyer. of Aroona road. 'aulltield. lie leaves a sorrowing widow. two daughters (Mrs. E. Finkemeyer and Mrs. A. Biebus. of Katyil) and two sons (1Herbert and Louis ) to mourn their loss. The re mains were interred in the F-awkner Cemetery. Pastor ]Brauer. of St. John's Lutheran Chlirch. Melbourne, otficiating at the graveside. The death has occurred of Mrs. Ma ginnes, of Itaring. neatr Patchlewollkok. Deceased was 3-1 years of age, and be fore her marriage was a nurse at "Yootha" private hospital. Warrackna beal. She leaves a husband, two boys and three girls. Mr. William Philip has died at Ham ilton, aged 75 years. After his educa tion at the Hamilton Academy and Geelong College, he embarked on graz ing pursuits, and held during his life time the Cape Wrath station, Harton Hills, Violet Creek, Kenilworth, Mount William, and Skene. He leaves a wi dow, four sons and three daughters. Mr. Philip was a member of the Dun das Shire Council for over 20 years. and was a supporter of racing, swim ming, golf and other clubs, and the Masonic Lodge. His instrumentality and financial support resulted in the erection of the Hamilton Soldiers' War Memorial, and he provided the town with a public swimming pool. Farmers in the northern district are vicwing the dry spell with grave anxi ety. Dams used for stock supplies have in places given out, and domestic sup plies are being rigidly conserved.