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FATALITIES.

(pib IBBSB AasooiAiriow.) ; ' : "' ": AuoKtiitn), Jdhe f. 1 The dead body of a womu named Mm Cailes was found m a oreefc at Avondala to-diyi Deoemed Had been decponftent, and suffering from relfgioui mania. Gbbymouth, Jane 7* Patrlok Oasoy, injured yeaterday bj a trnok, d(ed thin morning under an operation for the aaopatation of bit legt, Th« •eoldent wii oaaud by deoeaaed^ who thought to lave a ivqman« leaning too maoh forward, when hit fiagec wm jammed In the ehaia, and In.attemptloff to release It he lost hie seat and fell m front of the nheeli. Oasey had hb life Iniured for £300 In the QoTernment offio*. and only a few dayi ago wai thinking of gifing it np. A.n lhqueit will be held. ,■- pXJIfBDIK, JUDi & Jamei Benton. aged twenty-three yean. a plaiterer/wao killed while at work at the new Munialpal buildings, Port Ohalmirt* By some oversight, he stepped off th« BOftflfolding, whion Is 4ft wide, and fell a diattnoe of some. 30ft, alighting on hit head. On beiog picked up he. uttefed m groan, and died, ffe was ambit reijftot* able yonog man, and the m*io •upppit of hla mother, who ejogalarly enqugh wu made a widow by a similar koaldent sighteen months ago.

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FATALITIES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889

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FATALITIES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889

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