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THE LATE EXHUMATION

The "Pr u»« " of ?hU morn'og says :— lt 'will be remembered th*t on Sunday night STovemter 25 h last, tho wife of Mr Alex. BeVty. of Coalgato, died somewhat suddenly/ On November 27th an inquest was held before the acting coroner, J. A, Mollraltb, Eeq., and a jury of sir, when * verdict rf «• Died from na'ural causes"' " was retarded In Hco->rd*rce with thetestl> mony of Dr Meadows, who bad made the post mortem examination. The relative* of the deceased were not satisfied with this vordict,aod. upon Info-naatlon supplied -„_. to the polfc, the, body was txburaad at the Hororata cem^ry, on Deoombar Ist, by Dra S;m?s and Gcuhrle, the former „ acting for tho pdloß and the latter for the relatlvas of tha deoeaa'd, Dr Meadow* also being present. The necessary portions of the body required were plaoed la three j»ra, and wero submitted for analysts to Professor Biokerton, tha Government anafyat. Information has. _. since be?n supplied by the police io tba? effeot that not the slightest trace of poison has been dlsooverc-d, *_

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THE LATE EXHUMATION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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THE LATE EXHUMATION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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