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SUICIDE OF AN ODDFELLOW.

(PBR PKBBB A8800IATI0N.) Inklson, January 25, A laboring mon, named Fcedk. Oorder, committed lalcido to-day by hanging himself (n an unuaed ahed near the railway. At the lLqu?s*< the evidenoe showed that deoijan^fl wna Seoretary to a local Lodge of Oddfellows, and hud made mistakes Id the books, which would not balauc. He feared a bad report from the njstrlot Auditor. A verdict of temporary Insanity was returned.

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SUICIDE OF AN ODDFELLOW., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2047, 26 January 1889

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SUICIDE OF AN ODDFELLOW. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2047, 26 January 1889

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