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FALL INTO A PUIA.

(By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent) TAUPO, Monday. Mr Rollet, who was on a visit to To-' I kaanu from Wellington, met with a severe accident on Saturday. He was on his way to the bath liy himself, following a short distance behind some others, when he mistook the track in the darkness, and fell into one of the large boiling pools alongside. He managed to struggle out to the bank, and it was found that he had been severely scalded about the legs and partly on his right arm. Hβ was conveyed to the hotel, where a visiting doctor dressed the wounds. To-day Mr Rollct was brought by steamer to Taupo, where he is under Dr. Stewart's care. He is progressing as well as possible.

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FALL INTO A PUIA. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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