LONDON, April 3.
The death is announced of MajorGeneral Ralph Clements, from appendicitis, in India.
Major-General R. A. Clements, C.8., D.5.0., son of the late Rev. J. Clements, sub-dean of Lincoln Cathedral, -was 53 years of age. He joined the 24th Regiment in 1880, and gained a captain's commission six years later. In 1896 he was appointed A.D.C. to the late Queen Victoria, and in 1904 became major-gen-eral. He served with distinction in the Kaffir and Zulu wars, the Burma campaign, and the South African war. He had been commanding tbe second-class district, India, since 1904. Ib
MR T. R. ALLT
SYDNEY, April 4.
The death has occurred of Mr T. R. Allt, chairman of the North Coast Steamship Company, who recently returned from a visit to New Zealand.
MELBOURNE, April 4. The death of Mr W. McCulloch, squatter and an ex-Minister of the Crown, is announced. Deceased was 77 years of age.
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