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Our Mayfield correspondent writes: Ab. accident of a somewhat serious character .happened to the eldest "daughter of Mr and Mrs James Ellery. Miss Ellery was 'helping her mother to yoke up a pony in the gig on Wednesday afternoon, when the pony, without warning, suddenly lashed out and kicked her. The unfortunate girl was picked up unconscious and carried into the house. Dr. Lyon was sent for, and after an examination it was found thatshe' was suffering from a fractured skull. During the interval before -the arrival of the doctor tb«» sufferer was attended by Nurse Froude. The doctor ordered the removal of Miss Ellerv at once to a private hospital at Ashburton, to:which place she was taken in Mr I. Gallagher's motorcar.- ":' ■■• •:' ■■'■ .. ''■: ; . ' :'''*'. ■

On inquiry this afternoon it was that Miss Ellery had not "yet regained consciousness.

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KICKED BY A HOUSE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9583, 10 April 1919

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KICKED BY A HOUSE Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9583, 10 April 1919

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