, , Auckland, October 14. A man named James El worth was drowned m the harbor to-day by falling from !\ .barge, He was a sinajle man, twentysthree years o f age, and his motheris m. Auckland. Woodvillk, October 14. Mr Haggen has received notice that Mr iiowry has filed further affidavits m the motion to commit him to prison, or h»ve i
him.iined, for republishing, m tie "Ex ■aminer,"anextractirom the Parliamentary Inquiry on Dummy ism. The case, which was to have been heard to-day m Wellington, has therefore been postponed till further notice. Kaikoura, October 14. The body of Walter Robb, one of the men drowned here m the boating accident on tho 25th ultimo, was found floating outside the reef last evening. It was almost intact, but divested of all clothing except the boots and socks. Invercargill, October 14. -Alfred Buxton, a,lad of sixteen; son of Thomas Buxton, abrickmaker, was shockingly injured among the machinery p^his father's wprks , to-day. He was applying | tar to a belt to make it grip when he got caught' by it and thrown upon *' pair of mitred wheels, which completely chewed his left arm, and inflicted shocking injuries on the thigh and abdomen. The arm-fas amputated at.the Hospital. The lad has never lost consciousness,-but the caso is critical.
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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2544, 15 October 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2544, 15 October 1890
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