ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES
The four-year-old daughter of Mr W. Bower was burned to death at Waikaia yesterday. She was setting fire to tussocks, when her clothes caught. James Moore was received into the hospital to-day suffering from a crushed hand caused by him fulling down and tho wheel of his exit jamming his baud against the kerbite-ne. lie was attend'd by Dr Barclay, and was soon able to continue his work. J.ttnwa Th< mson, a bt-y, got bis ii;hl: knee j tint crushed by the shall» of atari failing against his leg; and John E l.r.cnds was last night; convoyed to the institution suffering from a fracture of a small bone in Ids leg, caur-cd by dipping on the pavement at the 0.1 -con. The two last-mentioned arc (irogrersim. l avcrably. AUCKLAND, July 20. M‘Donald, one of the Sclnyn team, broke his o diarheme in the football match on Saturday. 'j ho body of Lampra, who has been missing for some weeks at Teknitl, has been found in the river near Tvkuiti. He bad been employ cl by Mr Tanner, and was sent to look for some cattle near Otorohauga, It is supposed that he wan drowned in attempting to cro-,s a evcok. ilia relatives reside at Auckland,
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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES, Evening Star, Issue 7971, 29 July 1889
ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES Evening Star, Issue 7971, 29 July 1889
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