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ACCIDENTS.

On Tuesday there were three accidents. Mr. A. W. Orme of Robin son's Bay was working a horse at the old Robinson's Bay wharf when he put hie foot in a bole and fell spraining his left band.

! Mr. D. McKay's daughter, a girl of nine years had a fall from her horse and broke her arm. She was taken to the Akaroa hospital.

The small daughter of Mr, W. M. Kearney of German Bay ran a darning needle into her foot, and had two pieces extracted. In the afternoon she bad to be taken into Akaroa where & third piece was taken out of the other foot.

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

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

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