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WOMAN'S DEATH

INQUEST AND VERDICT.

INVEBCARCILL, May 14.

At the inquest held to-day' concerning the death of Jean Greig, married, who was treated during her illness by A. R. Nicol, chiropractor, for kidney trouble, Dr. Stewart said that he was called in a few days before the death and found the patient suffering from consumption. Dr Wilson, who made the posiwnortem/said deceased had probably been .Buffering for years. He did not think any treatment would have helped^ her. Nicol ldeposed that he. did rot know deceased was consumptive till the day eM died He had studied for two yelrs at the American School of Chiromractic├č, and held a diploma. The jury found that Nicol was m to way to blame,'but thought it unfortmiJte he did not know, of. the jjgg^df of the deceaeed.

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WOMAN'S DEATH, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919

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WOMAN'S DEATH Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919

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