Vl' / J [PER PRESS ASSOCIATION..] i J ' ■ ; ' • Accident*. • ' ,:., ■ . ■ Patba, May 5. - ' ' A chapter of accidents occurred here on , Saturday. Achild of Mr Parkes',.Whenua- ' kura, was,found dead in its bed ; a little son olMr J, Dickson, fell off a cart and ■VJf broke his back and died almost immer r * diatelyrj and the daughter of Mr Brown, Kakaramea, has been missing since ■ r -;,: Saturday morning, and no trace of her can be found. , , , , TV.. Y'Y f'l '■'■'' Death. '" '" ' Westport, May 5. -. /Mrs O'Connor, wife of Mr E. O'Connor, M.H.R., died last, night. Sickness is ■ very prevalent here at present. - ,--,*?-• ,-, ;■" ; A«W««r». ' ■ ■ ""' ' -: •'"*'- •'■-'-' Chkistchubch, May 5. Mr H. M. Reeves, of the New Zealand amateur athletic team, leaves for Sydney to-morrow. Mr Reeves has been ill with la grippe, and the Committee thought it .'•"■" advisable to despatch him at once. The remainder of the team leave next week. . Fk<»l I&«»ult. . \ . Dunedin, May 5. '-King, P the second lad injured in the accident'ori'Saturday, died yesterday. -,- Fire. The' stables of Mr P. C. Neill, at Chingford, have been burnt down.' They ' l had been newly built and were insured for £1000.
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2421, 5 May 1890
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2421, 5 May 1890
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