OBITUARY. Another of the old pioneers in the person of Mrs Murray, passed away on Sunday last, at the age of 76 years. She had been a resident of Koroit for 61 years, having arrived at Port Fairy from Tipperary, Ireland, with her father and brother (Mr Jno. Ma- loney, Mill Street), in 1857, and com ing straight to Koroit. Deceased had been, able to get about until three months ago, but the news of the death of her son, Richard, at the front two years ago, no doubt accelerated her death. The late Mrs Murray was one of the "good old sort," kindly dispo- sitioned and industrious, and general regret was expressed at her demise. Of a family of ten there are six sur- viving members. The remains were interred in the Tower Hill cemetery on Tuesday, Messrs Sharkey and Brennan carrying out the mortuary arrangements,. and Father Rohan offi- ciated at the grave.