CORONER'S FINDING (PBE3S ISSOCIATIOH TCtXOSAX.) WELLINGTON, September 17. At an inquest at Lower Hutt to-day, the coroner, Mr J. Gilbertson, found that the death of Joha. Walker, on Ssp- • •
tember 7, was due to riding a motorcycle at excessive speed. The coroner said that Walker collided 1 with a pedestrian at a speed estimated by witnesses to be from 40 to 55 miles an hour. Walker was also on the Wrong side of the road.
The committee of the • Canterbury Horticultural. Society has made ar- • rangements for the second of a series I of addresses to be held.intbe rooms I of the Automobile Association, Canter- > bury, to-morrow, at 8 p.m. Mr W. Balch, one 'of the m'ost' ' prominent daffodil growers in Canterbury, will speak on daffodils. A conjpetition will , be held during ihe evening: - ~
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MOTOR-CYCLIST'S DEATH, Press, Volume LXXI, Issue 21581, 18 September 1935
MOTOR-CYCLIST'S DEATH Press, Volume LXXI, Issue 21581, 18 September 1935
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