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Auckland, November 22. A man named Frank Forratt died somewhat suddenly to-day, having burst a blood vessel daring the night. Deceased formerly followed the occupation of a stook-broker, and came to Auckland from .Otago about the year 1868. . " Gisbobne, November 22. . '" A young man, named Alexander Watts, fell from the derrick at the MinecvA petroleum works, yesterday, and was so seriously Injured that he died to-day. The official declaration of the harbor poll shows 600 ratepayers, representing a value of £904,469, voted for going on with the works, aid 30 ratepayers of a valuation of £48,970, voted against. There were 308 absentees and others who did not vote, representing a property value of £407,441. Hokitiea, November 22. A man named Timothy Ryan was seriously Injured while bush foiling at the Wiiliam Tell claim yesterday afternoon. A tree splintered, and knooked him down the s'ope, causing severe wounds m the head and bruising the body. He was un oonaalous when found by his mates. He is now apparently better, but concussion | of the brain is feared. Invbroargii.i., November 22. Macleod Bros., drapers, have baeu adjudicated bankrupts.
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INTERPROVINGIAL NEWS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 23 November 1888
INTERPROVINGIAL NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 23 November 1888
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