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A WOMAN DROWNED.

A BROTHER'S NARROW ESCAPE. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) GISBORXE, Thursday. About 5.30 p.m. to-day Miss Annie Parker, agod 30. daughter of Mr. C. J. Parkrr. sheep-farmer, of Makaraka, was drowned while attempting to cross the Kuhaka River in a buggy at Stewart's crossing. Deceased was accompanied by her brother Frank, who was unable to save her, and only managed to get ashore himself after much difficulty. The vehicle and horses were swept down stream, and have not been seen since. The body has not yet been recovered.

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A WOMAN DROWNED. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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