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OOITUARY It will he learned with much regrlet by his wide circle of frieods that 1ir anmes lnglis. of thie firm of I. and J. Inglis, cacoohuilders, "reowiek road, died yester tloy mornitg at his residoooe, fuillo street, Uccecased ws strickeni doWn- by apoplexy on Seturday woek, and up, to the time of tdeath iorer regaicled consciosness. T'ho Inte Mlr Ilglis was ltlto in l Melbournoe in 1857, and when tIrtelt year of ego I.s pareots crorved to Biltenrt, whore thi eather'eatlnhlihed hintrelf in lbuinsse in Market Squat a a coaclbuilhdor. iOn tho death of his fattiher deceased ted hie Ibrother, tlr .loh, lngli, took over tie buseinse anli ltter rremoved to treswiek road. IDeceaetl was a genial and kindly employer aod trill hbe much tnisoed. lie looavs I widow cod four children. 'ihe funeral will tneo plac at S o'clock to tortow afternool. One of Lto beet known ie rtidente of learcmontht. Mr llobert Dalleih, laMoed awary at hie reiMdene. Sahttetrk hlh, yte terday miornintg. Mfr Dalgleioh wes a na Live of lIopkjrk,' lioxlwranghshire, Set lnd. a yoong maylo l ho 'ab rived In Vic tortne 4 years ago, and wriUt other new ebnm calme to nBallarat fired with ill thilam for the Lcgolcl digging, whichr lt come time Ie followcc wctith varied soul ceso. lSusequently with his brothers J.olh and Andrew Itn bofught lotthwell Spr'ngs ]slate, and in 1e56 di.ssolved palt c erbhlor p ndct retiurnel to the Oii Colnthry. rninllgi back in 18601 ie toolt uip fatrilingt. and fltal ly settled down in Learmontt nt Salwick )Iall. auc 'estate previously orwned by in late birother Anlrew ("'Thl Laird"). Sac rees followed its efrts?r, aid he rettianed in that ple ntl h dli is eath. Ite wan it fin sitart. a genitl host, and a goal Iriced to ilIl ill need. Io tool: a keen interest in everythiog pertaining to the weldoare of tile district and wrot, a ctivoe membcer of tlie owlingh chlcb. Conrsincg wnos 1hi delight, and a0 a hlunttesmo many will rc netmber his daring after tile hIeilds. lie died at tile age of 81 yeat. anti ltaven ee wider, ono ton, andtc ote ldaughter. Ili, funeral Itn.ke placer ter-orrow at.: p.m. OcIr Sebastolpol correspondent writeo-: It is writh regret that ice iecs, of Mir Johin ciobsan't loathl was receivedi at S. basitopol. Thie deceased reentle under went tn operation at the Ballaract Iles llntal acdl was getting oil well, but, plcetu niotnllia set in and Ito succumbet. Ilo lhad beete a resident of clbert street. Sebstou pel. lcr mailt years. tinc wan greatly ce. ttomeed at reipected iy a large circle ofl friends. Tieo funeral look plat, on Saturday toroing at lthe O )ld Cemettery. olad wes largely ottended. Thue elft-beorers were Messrs S. ancl T. Billitighm. F. and W'. Fitridge; and the ttall-hearers Messrs .1. Weromrouth.h, It. IIfocking, I. Billigc ham. G. Fitches. J. Patterson, IV. David. J. Chalmers and J. Baxter. 'The Bev. WV. II. Itoltham condcctled the servcice at ltho inoete and grave. Tile funeral ar rangecments were in the htnde of IF. led Barnecs ind Son. Olur Ie?ulfOrt eorrespondent wrlits:- Tle relains of Lie Into b'lho. EIllis, jlcnl. tile victim of tie Sail shooting fatality at Stockyocd Hill on \W0Vednedady night, wo. interred itn lhe Healfort Centctery en Sibturday aftereoon. tte funbrla being larInely attended. Thie coffin was omverdo with beautiful floral tributes, ind wao borne to tihe 'rave by Me,?rs Frank, Jlohre, William. aullt Rlobert Elia (brothers), 1,. Jones (brother-in-law), and .1. I1. Stran' habt. The pall-beatrers were lMeatis . Iobertroon. John Ellis, te. (ineles of d ceasedl), Win. Sllier. IR. WaOd, G. Bell, W. B. Halpin. and W. ltoe. Roe. A..1. Stewart conductled the buritl servie, andl Irl A. II. Sands, of Beufo rt, ibud charge of tile funerll arrangements. - Our lMuaidon corresolmndent writes:--Mr Johnbt Kennedy, rwho ateld as wrardrmell of the Maldon Hospitat for eome time. died in tito institutiont oft Friday front heart failre., at tile ago of 63 years. De oeaoed had no reclatiotls In the distriec. hbt a hbrotller resides at Qoambatook. The remains of tite Into Mrs .rtelnil Broadhbent, wildow of thite Into Mr William Broadbnot (Broadlent lmroe.), were ot Saturday morning brought front her ltte reueiontc, Artncdalc. and interredc It the Inllarat Orl Cemetery. Tile Bishop of Ballarat (itight lev. Dr Greoent conductedi lhe btril service: Tile fu neral arrangements were dischargc) iy P. W. Barnoe nani Son. ''lhe fuIneral of cira Bridget TLyons look oulace on Saturday last from the Iteirence ef aer dtuthiter, .Mrs MIchael Aylward, corner of Grant and Mile street., Sobas topol. The remains were inloerreI in the Buninyong Cemetlery, and tie fn neral was largely attendedll. 'ilte cof lin-hearers were tMessr At. Aylward. I. A.vyiward, V. WValoh. t'. Welsh, .E. Archa tel and I'. Allehcel (grandsons) anoi tile pall-bearers were Messrs It. O'Don nell. V. Berry. P. Schreenan, .. Ilfart. .T. Io'Bain. J. Kitberley. B. A? cletole., f Watson. P. r Grnefe. Ri. Desmondc F. Aylward and S. Lynch. Tile service at the' grave wos eondlicetd iy the Iov. Father Dnlfy, atd the ftuneral arrancge entia were in the hends oefteesro Steve Wcllington acd Son.-" The remainsle of. the late lise Ellen (Nellie RIyan, dcuehter ?nf the late Mir and ?lro John Ilyn, of Sitllbrook. were Interred privately at tlhe Gordon Come. tery. :The coffin-hearers were .,es.rs J. C. ltyan,'Jehtn Rytan and B. ityon Itodslins), and J. Delaney; and thie pill hearers were 'hessrs tohn Maher, I. Greene, If. Doonrneln, .J. 'iggint. IV. White. F. Greene, C. Fox. P. Arit. W. Brit, Won. Lonby. Mr Clifford, Father .1. l'Guiigean, I. Looby. P. Lowlesi and Cotn. O'Brien: The.mrvice at thle grave was endnctccd by the Biv. Father Cusack. and tile funeral nrranement coo l ere lit the iands of IMeers Steve Wllitngton andi Son. Tile 'remains of the late John Peeler. of Mfurphy steet. Ballarat est. were on Saturdacly afternoon interred in the New Celoetery. The omlti-he?n ere were Sferea A. BIlennette tnd A. Amer, if. Jennlngscand'l. Bennets antid the pall Iearers were oessrs W. Traswell, .1. Sninsbury, T. It. Ittsmc. J. Greoen, . Martlin, S. Bathurste. IV. Dalton. A. Blr ecn, W. HBayes rnd P. Ttenac. Tule lice. l. -II. Osborne conducted tile snrviees at the hoese anld grave, and Mr V. oay?.a chaples of the Pioneer Lodge. No. It. readithe lodge sricarre Ingh Evans and Son cdrricd oct tilo funeral arrttac tnents. Thed funeral of the late Mer .ames (eorre, of Geeloog. took ploce on Tbhars day Iast, on nrricll of the Geelong trai.n, nd wanc largely attecndced. The remains wpre Intorred in tie feamily vault in the Old Cemetery. 'he eofin-bearer weor cree. . Fal. .. J . L.cgg. F. Turmer cand G. T'oer, and tihe following support ld the pall:-Mr Jt. Gleon.n, .J. Tewnine, ,. Vikrcy. .1. Strickland. J. Daugles, .1. Mcnrphy. .. White. J.1. Wnlker, . Ang win and W. Palccti.' The lev. S. lie. ban oiliclated at the grave, andc the fu reral orrongcents weore itl the hands of Mr eolage lccdhrook, nasisted by B. 'arbhinos, of Geelong. Nonrly two ldozen revolver hata were echlngec by polimb and intruders at lout '2 o'clock on Good Friday morining In Southwark, subourb of Adeahloe. 'he Mests of the eaoounter was at tho coap and condlo faotory of icemur J. KItchen acdl Sois. Conats Cfonconer and IndsMy fated fonur nrmed Iwbrcakere of a partlicularly cangerous tlpm. e'l'lie Ilietren wore pa trolling lthe Port road at Ilincdmcrsh. when soddenly they heard the noitse of a explosion, and tltey immedtocdtly trmltI that thieves lhlad irnon enegolc at tcl Irgne teft In the foclhe-. The burglar es capedl.