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A GOLFERS DEATH.

SUDDEN DECEASE OF MR FRANK BRADLEY Mr Frank Bradley, a well known golfer, and brother ot Mr Orion Brad icy, of Charteris Bay, died suddenly on the golf links at Charteris Bay on Wednesday afternoon Be bad been taking part in a golf match between the Lyttelton and Kaiapoi Clubs, and about 3 o'clock raio caused 'a cessation of play Sev eral of the players took shelter in a wbate, to which Mr Bradley wa? appoach'ng when he reeled and fell, expiring almost immediately. Dr Ujjbarn was summond by telephone from Lyttelton, but tbe deceased was beyond medical aid. Deceased was 88 years of age, and unmarried,

At Charteris Bay, Lyttelton, on Thursday afternoon, Mr H. W Bishop, SM, held an inquest concern ing the death of Mr Richard Frank Brad If y, a brother of Mr Or ton Bradley, who died suddenly on Wednesday, After hearing the evidence of Dr 0. H. Upham, thG Coroner returned a verdict that death was the result of cere bral hemorrhage;

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A GOLFERS DEATH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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A GOLFERS DEATH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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