FUNERAL SERVICES. Tuesday. May loth, the fuaeral of Cornelius Farley, aged 78 years, took place from the church of St. Ann, Danville, P. Q. A solemn high ma^s of requim was celebrated by the pastor, Rev. Father Masson. who also conducted the services at the grave, the choir of the church rendering appropriate selections. Mr. Farley besides leaving a wife, and family of four sons and five daughters leaves Â·wide circle of friends and acquaintances Tingwick. Mr. Fariey was born in Cavan, Ireland, in the year 1S16 and emigrated to Canada in 1820. Settling in Tingwick where he carried on an extensive extensive farm, he was prominent all over township, where his advice and counsel were often sought after. The attendance at the funeral was one of the largest held in that section, people coining all over the township to pay their last respects. Tivo of bis daughters are Mrs. F. ConnoUy and Mrs. Hugh McLarney his city.