The Times * London Greater london England 12 Aug 1901 page 5 column 6
OBITUARY. The death occurred on Saturday, at 41, Spencer - park, S.W., of SCBGZOX - GZXIRAL CHARLES RICHARD Frascis, who between 1811 and 1875 held a number of medical appointments in the civil and military administration administration of (India. He was at one time principal and professor of medicine st the Medical College of Calcutta and examiner in a number of medical subjects to the University of Calcutta. Afterwards he became secretary to the surgeon - general, deputy surgeon - general, and surgeon - general - with the Government cf India, retiring in 18T5. Dr. Francis wss also at one time editor of the Indian Medical Gazette. Ha was in hiaJBlst year. Tbe death took place at SU Thomas's Hospital, on Friday evening last, of the RtV. Fbaxcis Ttmomv, Roman Catholic chaplain to the corps of Australian Bush rangers who have lately been serving in the South African war. Father Timoney, who was a native of county Fermanagh, Ireland, went to Sydney 13 years ago, and almost immediately heVwaa appointedfdiocessn in spector of schools, a position which he filled for three years, subsequently being appointed to pastoral charga by Dr. Carr, Archbishop of Sydney. Upon tha for mation of the Australian Bushrangers Corps to proceed to South Africa Father Timoney volunteered. Ha was appointed chaplain, and journeyed with tha regiment to the seat of war. The climate on thelveld, however. proved too severe for him, and, a throat affection rapidly developing itself, he obtained leave of absence to England in. June last in order to be under the care of a cpecialisU An operation was performed on Toesday last as a last resource ; bet Father Timoney grew gradually worse, and died on Friday. Father Timoney was for many years a professor at the French Catholic College of Su Omer, and subsequently acted in the same capacity at SU Mscarteus Seminary, Monagkan. The death has ocimied in Canada, at the sgs of CI, of Mr. James F. Lz vers, one of the most popular mining engineers in the United States and Canada. As president of tbe Canadian Hand Drill Company, he took up his residence in Canada a few years ago. lie was the author of several important technical memoirs. Mr. Lewis waa a - vice - president of the American Institute of Mining Engineers and of the Canadiin Mining Institute, and he was also a member of the Iron and Steel Institute. As chairman of the New York reception committee during the memorable visit of that society to America in 1390 be rendered conspicuous service as the successful oreanixer of the remarkable programme. Lady CuOTTXA Macdi died at 38, Prince' - gardens, S.V on Saturday. She was tha second daughter of the first Earl de M outsit, and was born in 1S47. Our Paris Correspondent announces the death at Grasse, at the age of 81, of AdsubaL Faco,ck nt Joscixxxs. Entering the navy in 1837, he was sent in 1865 to Cochin China, where ha organized an industrial exhibition. In 1870 he served in the squadron which blockaded the Russian ports., snd subsequently held various other posts till ha was snperaasnated ia 1SS3. In 1SS3 ha succeeded Bregoet in the Academy ef Sciences. Ha translated tbe Epistles of Horace.