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IDENTIFICATION OF A SKELETON.

CHRISTCHURCH, October 18.

The human remains found on the bank of the Okuku River, near Loburn, have been identified by the wife of the missing man as those of William Fergusson, who lived near Belfast, but owned a section of land close to whore the skeleton was found. He visited the place some months ago, but never returned to his home. He was reported to the police as missing, and a search was made, but without avail.

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IDENTIFICATION OF A SKELETON., Issue 8041, 18 October 1889

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IDENTIFICATION OF A SKELETON. Issue 8041, 18 October 1889

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