MANUKAU DROWNING FATALITY
m ' - INQUEST AND IDENTIFICATION. ' - U#t night Mr. A R. Harris, district ooroaer, held aa loosest at the Maaukau Hotel, Onahunga, an tha.,aodya of ' -tha s atan ■whkh slted-jag' OS' *k#; beach at CoJaowa's Bay. , - 1 The body was fcteatUUd ac that of 1 William Taylor, «f Poaseabr. Mrs, T»p- ---; lor. mother of t*» dswasad,; stated. j% ; her soa left home to seek work about a week ago, sheas which Uaw she had act seta him. He bad reesatly been la the hospital, but oa leevtag fcoau he was ; lagooi at ibae* eosa* what a\sspondaat. Ba was a single ssan, , and m rm* «f •*•, , After coaaiaeriag the evidanac, tha coaoasr reoorded a. vaadiet of ;■>!»«♦', ' drowned." . „ I ' Mm upward was reported to the Ons> l *"»«* * !•* i#yf Ago; **$;#-$! , supposed that the deceased want out ia [ this boat, and was ospsiaed.
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