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CABLE NEWS.

From Our Special Correspondent

By Eleotrio Telegraph,

FIRES IN AUSTRALIA

Stbney, October 28

The drought in the north coast district has been aggravated by heavy bush fires, through which pasture and a number of residents have been destroyed.

TYPHOON AT LUZON

170 KILLED

Manila, October 27

A typhoon in the southern portion of the Island of Luzon killed 170 and wounded 27.

FATAL ACCIDENT AT AKARJA.

SMALL BOY KILLED.

Maurice Stuart, youngest son of Mr. W. Btuart of Akaroa met his death yesterday afternoon in a very unfortunate way. He was riding a bicycle down the short piece of road leading from the Akaroa school grounds to Beach Road when he fell over the bank. In his fall the boy landed on the machine and fractured the base of the skull, never regaining consciousness. Dr, Can 1 trell was sent for, and as the boy remained unconscious he put him in bis car to take him to the hospital He died almost immediately after being put into the car. The boy is lwelve years of age.

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CABLE NEWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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CABLE NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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