ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES.
The Rev, Father Chastagnon met with a serious accident at Ashburton on Saturday afternoon. He was driving round a corner, when his buggy capsized, throwing the rev, gentleman heavily to the ground. He was immediately conveyed to the presbytery, and Dr Tweed and Dr Leahy were quickly in attendance, when it was found that he had sustained a fracture of the collar-bone, was cut about the head, and badly shaken.
John Wilson, the other occupant of the buggy, tscSfKfti uuhurt. A lumper uatned Edward Richard Warringfcon, who was struck- on the head by a hale of gunny bags on board the Waihora nt Lyttelton, on May 23, died from the effects of the injuries last night. Ancldcrly man named William M'llwraith, who lived by liimself in a hut, was found dead in a water race near Rollcston yesterday.
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889
ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES. Evening Star, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889
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