LATE MR. CHARLES WILSON
A verdict that tie deceased diedVoa 9th February from cerebral liemorrhage, the.result of ari accidental blow on; the; right temporal region, was returned-by, the Coroner (Mr. T. B/HcNeil,\S.M.)! at an inquest to-day: on'ytiielate'::Mri CKarles Wilson, a weii-known "Wellington resident, formerly ..MJ.;; for - th» Suburbs seat, in. ParUam%nrt, for someyears'editor ;of the ', "New - Zealand; Mail,'' and more recently Chief librarian of the' General 'Assembly' Library* On the afternoon- of stfi'February Mr* Wilson was running- : to ;-catch> a _eabl9 car when he tripped and fell, striking, his head on the-kerbirig. '.■_ H& was jtaken. to his home, ami later- to; a >hospitaV but- he died without fully Recovering consciousness. ■■"■-■ . ■:;■;■. "''!.' -'."*:.■/ '"-.,.
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LATE MR. CHARLES WILSON, Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 57, 8 March 1932
LATE MR. CHARLES WILSON Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 57, 8 March 1932
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