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: ARVOC. S••. ----o --- DoceInbor 4 . AN. AOTHEl. PIONEER PASSES... (t e' .. iy Wie the. old. pioneers . are, paising' awav,tlhe last hero being Mrs. I,:ireyv relihct of. the ]ate Mr. T. Lowre;' who dcul 27 years ago. Mrs. lnwrey, who. eid. reached the go d. old ialge of four score years and tea, wna a native of. the C'ounty of Tip perary. 1i:. and IMrs, Lowrey, and one chtild.'left the old land in 1851. aid landled in lHobson'- llay the same year. Like many others, the fam:iil went ,to- the Iendigo .goldficlds,whiere MIr. I.?' iet's experisen'cs were of. a varieed chai ra te ..fter "leaving.. 1ndigo they eanme tr- thbe:Wetern :District 'and. pur chasedl:a roperty at Kirkstall,.where '.ihey reimaimed until the year 1865. lhis 'beiing the yeair when the Laid .l!e-tion. Act came into opel atSon; .1r. Lowrey selected oni the far-famed Y-hllock IEtsate, and eventually carv itl out' of the bush a beiautiful farmi, witli i" coinnmodious homestead. The late Mrs. Lowrey was one of thlie finestwmnen in the district, and inas mnuclibhelovedl and highly respect e"?lir all who knwsr her. No needy iiersou in the district ever called her in vrain. and . the tired and weary t.ramp always found a good restihl piLce at the ]ehomestead. Oti "tlhe morning of -the funeral requiem unass was solelmuly celebrated bli Fat wier- Foley. at- St. Breudel's Ghureh, i'aimure. 'lThe church. was draped "n shlark, and full to overflowing wit.l : r-er' devout congregation.The fune ral cortege.was one of the largest that hasi ever h ft here testifying :o .he, greatt re?spet in wlich the dt - reasedl and her. relations irere held in ,lie district. She leaves a family .of ffiui scn* arid three .daughters to niuirni',their loss. The' funeral ar rangemsents were carried oit by l1r. .1. 1: ren-seaie.- Tering.