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FATALITY AT HICKORY BAY.

tfOMAN FOUND DROWNED.

A sad fatality occurred at Biokory oa Sunday when Mrs Arenas, wife of the late Mr Arenas, licensee ol the Christchurch Cafe de Paria, was found drowned in a creek. Bbc had .been staying with Mrs James Knight, of Hickory for the past month. On Sunday afternooo she went out by herself for a walk As she did not return Mr and Mrs Knight became anxious, and a search wos made for her. Her body was found about 6 pm. in the creek not far from the bouse. The creek has some very deep pools, and she was found in one of these. Deceased was sixty years of age. An inquest will probably be held at Hickory to day.

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FATALITY AT HICKORY BAY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3458, 11 May 1915

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FATALITY AT HICKORY BAY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3458, 11 May 1915

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