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FATALITY AT GREYMOUTH.

—. • . ' MAN DROWNED. GREYMOUTH, March 1 James Walker, a young married man with wo children, , was found dr>wnd in the foohatetter C • heartiaoa at the unnol workings on Saturday. Dececse.l tv is engage' in druing an oil pngine ufd simp The ' ody wa? found in three feet of > iter At the inquest a verdict was returned that here was no evidence to show bow deceased net his death. It is the custom to stop the 1 ngines at intervals to allow the wat<r to ticoumulate sufficiently to work the euotion .pumps The lever of the engine was in the position for stopping. A sudden seizure of heart failure is believed to have caused death.

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FATALITY AT GREYMOUTH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3402, 2 March 1915

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FATALITY AT GREYMOUTH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3402, 2 March 1915

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