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SUDDEN DEATH AT BLENHEIM

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Bienheim, Dooornber 23

A very euddm doith occurred lust night. Mr Alex. Livingstone-, Chief Postmaster, had loft his office shortly after five o'clock, aud had been out for a walk to a friend's house, and when returning got as far as the gate of his private rebidence, when lie dropped down. Assistance was procured, and he was taken inside, but ho diad m twenty minutes. Ho was Chief Postmaster here for the post two and a half years, and at oae time held a commiyaion m the Fronoh army. He had eeen active seivioe ia Algeria, and waa a native of Pun's, hia father holding high office m the French army. Dooaased was one of the boat musicians m tho colony. He was a prominent mamber of the Wairau Lodga of Freemasons, He bad been m ill health for a considerable time past, being troated for a compTio ition of diseases, and no inquest is deemod necessary.

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SUDDEN DEATH AT BLENHEIM, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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SUDDEN DEATH AT BLENHEIM Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2021, 24 December 1888

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