"PADDY THE WANDERER"
A final chapter may be added to the history of "Paddy the Wanderer," the Irish terrier of the waterfront, who was given a funeral yesterday. ' This morning a telephone communication was received from Mrs. R. Gardner, of 1 * Newman Terrace, who said that Paddy began his life in Wellington at her home, which was formerly in Adams Terrace. "He was given to my little daughter by Mr. P. B. Mason, tho horse trainer, of Christchurch," said Mrs. Gardner. "My daughter died eleven years ago .and Paddy ran away."
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"PADDY THE WANDERER", Evening Post, Volume CXXVIII, Issue 15, 18 July 1939
"PADDY THE WANDERER" Evening Post, Volume CXXVIII, Issue 15, 18 July 1939
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