OBITUARY. MR. WALTER DISS, The late Mr Walter Diss, whose death came so suddenly and unex- pectedly,was a native of London and 65 years of age. He left no family nor any relatives in this country. The deceased man was a colonist of 30 years. He came to Port Fairy over 28 years ago and, on two different occasions carried on business as a baker in Bank and Sackville streets. He subsequently became proprietor of the Exchange Hotel, Sale. On the death of his wife years ago, he decided to make Port Fairy his home, and for the past 18 months has resided with Mr George. For the last 4 weeks he has been in indifferent health, and on Monday he took ill in the street and had to be taken home. All the week these symptons have been more pronoun- ced, and, although Dr Leon did all possible to alleviate his sufferings, he was found dead in his bed by Miss George bn Saturday morning, she cause of death being heart fail- ure and diabetes. The funeral took place yesterday, the Rev Yarnall (in the absence of Rev W. O. Jessop) officiating at the grave- side.