Obituary A very old colonist passed away at Stawell last week in the person of Mrs. Mary Moulden, mother of Mrs. James Berry and Mr. C. Moulden, of Horsham, and Mr. G. Moulden, of Warracknabeal. The deceased was 74 years of age, having been born in Bradford, Yorkshire (England) on October, 23rd, 1836. She arrived in South Australia, in 1849. She remained in that State for over 25 years, residing at various times at Mitcham (where her son Mr. G. Moulden was born), Hind- marsh, and Point Macleay, near the mis- sion station. In 1875 with her husband and family she came over to Victoria. Her husband took up land in the Wim- mera, and worked it till 1885. Then he removed to a place near the Grampians, and from then till her death Mrs. Moul- den lived in or near Stawell. Her hus- band died some 13 years ago. Mrs. Moul- den, notwithstanding her advanced age, enjoyed splendid health. Her death, which occurred very suddenly, was due to heart failure. She was the mother of eight children, six of whom survive. The interment took place at Stawell on Wed- nesday, the deceased lady being laid to rest beside her husband. Miss Clara Christian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Christian, of Rupanyup, died on Friday week. Deceased, who was 23 years of age, had been in delicate health since a child, through meeting with an accident when two years of age. Mr. George Robert Cleggett, of Lang- horne's Creek, has died at the age of 71. He was one of the earliest residents of the Mount Barker district, and had been a well-known show judge. Mr. Thos. Robson, son of Mr. George Robson, of Stawell, died at Black Ranges at the early age of 84.