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A Wonderful Escape.

A remarkable-falTof, a mine^dotm 100 metres of., shaft. (333ft> , mthout^'feeing killed 'is; recorded, by M. Reunjeaia in 'the,."Bulletinde Tlndustrie itinfode." Wbrking,with hzs 'brother iii'-a gjOlery which issued, on -the, shaft;,, Ke forgot the direction in'which he was.'puisWg a truck,, so .it-went over and he after it, falhng into some m«d^th about, 3in. of water.' He seems neither £6 Tiave struck aii 7 l ?f,, tne.-T oo<i debris >; northe Bides of the shaft, and he shbwedVhp when he, was .helpednout ty his brother after about ten! minutes. He could not, how.eyer,.recall;any of his imprearions th-.^'fall-i;>lt appears, strange that he should' have escaped simple Suffocation( and,loss pf T coiiscrous^esß ( during a time sufficjent.^p.r.therwate*;^ -iave drowned him., x\ lJ\~-/'- -~fi,. -'li-

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A Wonderful Escape., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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A Wonderful Escape. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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