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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES

Margaret Money was treated at the hospital on Saturday night for a bad cut on the head, inflicted with a bottle by a man with whom she had quarrelled. George Rothey, a lad, was taken to the hospital on Saturday, having a broken arm. Dt Barclay set the limb. A resident of Mcrnington named D. Wilkinson fell down in a fit at the Octagon last evening. He was carried to the West Coast Hotel, and from there conveyed in a cab to the Hospital by Constable Ramsay. The man's case is said to be incurable. Elizabeth Stewart, wife of Mr George Stewart, an upholsterer residing at St. Kilda, died under rather painful circumstances on Saturday evening. While feeding some fowJs in the yard in the morning she must have taken an apoplectic fit, for when her hußband, not understanding the meaning of her prolonged absence, proceeded to the yard, he found her lying on the ground. Three doctors were called in, but after lingering until the evening Mrs Stewart died. Dr Teevan having certified that the cause of death was apoplexy, the coroner deemed an inquest unnecessary. The man drowned at Awhitu on the 29th, inst. was Thomas Warrington WalHa. He was & young man of twenty-two years.

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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES, Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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