Accidents and Fatalities.
United Press Association—By Rlectrio Telegraph.
Auckland, July 5
An oyster picker named Domeinoo Bug* gieio, who left Matakau, north of Auckland, in a small boat on Saturday is believed to have been drowned, as the boat and oars have been washed ashore. Napier, July 4
The body of the lad John Miller, who was drowned yesterday at Clive, was recovered this morning, close to the scene of tho accident.
Dunediit, July 4
Edward Bolton, a widower, aged sixty nine, was found dead on the floor of the house where he resided at Woodhaugh. No foul play is suspected. INVERCAEGILL, July i
A. coroner's jury found that the death of W. Cooper, who was struck on the fingers with a ballet at the riflo range on May 31, and died from lockjaw, was accidental. It was shown that the shelter mound was defective. A bullet pierced the board backing of the mound on the top wkere the soil was worn away, and being deflected struck Cooper's hand, on the cross bar o£ tha target, which he was in the aot of pulling down. Deceased was employed by the Defence Department for the day.
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Accidents and Fatalities., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6613, 5 July 1905
Accidents and Fatalities. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6613, 5 July 1905
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