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FATALITIES.

GISBORNE, September 12,

Robert Preston, an old gentleman who, with his family, recently arrived in this district from Otago, died suddenly yesterday. He walked some distance out iu the country to visit some friends, and was in the latter's orchard looking at some trees when he fell dead. Death was tho result either of apoplexy or paralysis. WOODVILLE. Ski'temiikr 12. Captain Bryant, engineer of the Maharaliaia Copper Mine, was found dead on the back stairea'ic of tin: Masonic Hotel this morning. He arrived by train from Napier la:it ni:;lit. Heart ditcase is supposed to have bven the cause of death.

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FATALITIES., Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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FATALITIES. Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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