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A Jump to Death.

An Alleged Embezzler's Suicide, United Press Association—By Blectrio Telegraph —Copyright

Auckland, July 17

Reginald Scott, who was arrested en suspicion of stealing- money from W. A. Williams, storekeeper at Rotorua, while being conveyed by train from Morrinsvilla to Rotorua, jumped between tbe carriages and was killed, the body beiDg fearfully mutilated.

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Further particulars show that the death of Eeginald Scott was due to determined suicide. Tho body, which was much mutilated, arrived by goods train on Saturday night. An incjuest will be held on Wednesday. His pare?its in Auckland have been communicated with to enable them to attend the funeral, which will probably be held to-morrow. Scott was suspected of several thefts here, and was in etmrge of Constable Pratt when he committed suicide,

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A Jump to Death., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6623, 17 July 1905

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A Jump to Death. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6623, 17 July 1905

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