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RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

(PBB FBBBB ASSOOIATIOH.) Waepawa, May 13. An acoldent ooonrred near here on tbe railway line on Saturday when tbe eoglne and tender of the train from Napier to Woodvllle were derailed through two horses getting on the line. The bnjrlne went over a small embankment. The driver and stoker were both much shaken and bruised, and the wonder Is that both were not killed. The train from Woodville to Napier conneo*s with the train from Napier to Waipokurau, and the transfer of tbe mal's and passengers caused ft delay of over four hoars

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2133, 13 May 1889

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