Obituary. MR. THOMAS OLIVER. Another old colonist, and a resident of the district for 36 years, passed away in the Horsham District Hospi- tal on Wednesday morning in the per- son of Mr. Thomas R. Oliver, of the Church Hill store. Deceased had been in ill-health for the past three months, and a fortnight ago entered the hos- pital, suffering from general break-up of the constitution. Despite all that medical skill and careful nursing could do, deceased gradually became weaker, and breathed his last at 9.30 on Wed- nesday morning, the immediate cause of death being paralysis. The late Mr. Oliver, who was 62 years of age, came to Australia from Cornwall with his parents in 1850,and landed at Melbourne. In the early days he was engaged in carrying on the roads around Port Fairy, and arrived in the Wimmera in 1874, settling at Kalkee, where he devoted his attention to agriculture for 18 years. In 1876 deceased was married to Miss Luxton, of Hamilton, who survives him. About 17 years ago deceased relinquished farming pursuits and took up his re- sidence in Horsham, where he re- mained up to the time of his death. Six years ago Mr. and Mrs. Oliver opened a grocery business on Church Hill, and deceased assisted in con- ducting the business until ill-health overtook him. He was for many years a member of the Horsham Methodist Church, and the news of his demise will be learned with regret by a large number of friends. Deceased was a brother of Mr. W. Oliver, of Stawell road. The funeral took place yester- day afternoon, the place of interment being the Horsham cemetery. The Rev. Thomas Collins (Methodist) conducted the service at the graveside. The pall-bearers were :---Messrs J. Gould, W. Krahnert, C. B. Tregoning, W. Oliver, J. Beynon, B. Lambert. The mortuary arrangements were carried out by Mr. A. F. Weight. Lieutenant-Colonel J. R. T. Goldstein, father of Miss Vida Goldstein, died at Bank Place, Melbourne, on Wednesday, aged 71. He was for many years con- nected with the Garrison Artillery, was secretary of the Convalescent Aid Society for Men, and he also helped to the estab- lishment of the Charity Organisation So- ciety, the Leongatha Labor Colony, and the Hospital League of Mercy. He leaves a grown-up family of one son and four daughters. Referring to the death of the late Mrs. Eliza Cameron, of " Dunan," near Cas- terton, the correspondent of the 'Specta- tor' writes ---Mrs. Cameron was the ob- ject of deep affection and high esteem to a wide circle of friends in the district, where she had resided for over 45 years. Her family included seven sons and three daughters, who survive, these being Cr. John D. Cameron (one of the south rid- ing members of the Glenelg Shire Coun- cil). Messrs. James D. and Colin F. Cam- eron (at " Dunan"), Dr. Robert Cameron (practising in West Australia), Messrs. Peter, Donald and Hugh Cameron (who are respectively in Gippsland, Queensland, and West Australia), and Mesdames Dun- can Stewart (Nareen), K. McKenzie (Reedy Creek, Broadford), and R. Jones (wife of the Rev. Mr. Jones, Presbyterian minister).