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MRS. W. MoCLINITOK. The following additional particulars regarding Mirs. W. McGlintock are taken fronti the Dunmunkle Standard : About six months ago, Mrs. McUlin toa, who had been a singularly healthy woman for her years, took ill inter nally, and the malady was pronounced to be a serious malignant growth. The patient was removed to Horsham for t treatment, and everything possible was done for the sufferer for twenty-one weeks, but medical science was unavail ing, and she passed aeway at the age of 68 years. The death of Mrs. Mc Clintoci severs another link with the early history of the Vimmera. Just 50 years ago, deceased arrived here from Scotland-a girl of 18 years and settled in The household of Sir Samuel Wilson at Longerenong sta tion. Her husband, Mr. William Mo Clintoik (still hale and hearty), who is a cousin of the late Sir Samuel Wil son, had been employed on the sta tion (If teel years: rge;o?ao ly, iand eventually became the trusted overseer. After their marriage, 47 years ago, the couple remained associated with Longerenong (then a veroy large sta tion) for many years. Eventually Mr. McClintock purchased land for himself, prospered, and became a noted breeder of fine-woolled sheep and thoroughbred horses. Visitors were alway-s hospi tably received at. tha;r s-...-, ??,ou seven miles from Murtori, where Mrs. McClintock had ever a ,warm welcome for old friends. The deceased lady was of cheerful and benevolent disposi tion, and a great lover of good horses and pet birds. Her husband, who came to Victoria as 'a boy in the year 1857 -nearly 60 years ago-has the sincere sympathy of the public in his sad bereavement. Deceatsebd Jeawed no chi- dren. The remains were brought to Murtoa and taken to the Presbyterian Church, where a short service was held. The funeral then moved to the Murton cemetery, where the body was interred, the funeral service being conducted by the 'Rev. Moors. The coffin was laden with wreaths and floral tributes from old friends, and the pall-bearers were: Messrs. R. Delahunty, F. Murphy, S. R. Lamb, J. Cram, 0. W. Sawyer, and W. Davey. The remains of the late Mrs. Drury were interred in the Horsham cemetery on Saturday, in the presence of a large number of sympathisers. The Rev. P. Delbridge read the burial service, and Messrs. W. Sack, C. H. Hoskin, C. C. Clark, and C. B. Tregoning acted as pall-bearers. Mr. A. F. Weight had charge of the mortuary arrangements. The friends of Mr. H. W. Gill, ac countant at the Horsham branch of the National 'ank, wil sympathise with him in the loss of his father, Mr. Frank Lloyd Gill, who was acci 1dentally killed by a falling tree on Sunday last on his property near Meul (bourne. The deceased was an inspec tor in the Postal Department. Mr. Gill entered the department early in 1871, and subsequently held the posi tion of postmaster at Avoca, Murtoa, Casterton, Colac, Sale, South Mel bourne, and Castlemaine. While sta tioned at the latter town he was pro moted to inspector, which office he hold At the time of his death. He.leaves a widow, "four eons, and three daughters; one of the latter.being married to Mr. W. W. Rogers, -solicitor, of Market street, and another td Mr. P. F. Penne-, father, accountant, of the Elder, Smitk Trustee Company, Adelaide:.