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I'" # " ; ' (PER PRESS ASSOCIATION. J Napier, Jannary 10. A sid hoatiog accident occurred at Pourero yesterday. Mr Dixon, manages of Pourere run, and ihr«:e other men named Tylee, Cox and Kennedy went out on a fishing expedition. By some mean* tbe bout waß upset. Tho three reached the shore but Tyloe aad Cox weri iasensiblo, and roetorative measaroß had to be applied which were .successful. Mr Dixm, 4 gentleman- ot escep.ional phy^iquo and athletic powers, was not bo exhausted, and seeing Kennedy (-.blacksmith oa the statu n) drowning, vent m aa.a'in to save him. However, Dixon either became' exhausted or was clutched by Kennedy, for ho sank, and both were drowned. Dixon waa married only a few weeks ago.

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DROWNING CASE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2034, 11 January 1889

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DROWNING CASE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2034, 11 January 1889

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