ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES
Two boys riding from the State school at Pareora raced along the Main road yesterday when the saddle girths of Evans broke, and he was pitched on to his head, sustaining injuries from which he died this morning. ~..,. George, Muir, sixteen years old, had his right arm fearfully mangled to-day through being caught in a cog wheel of a battery at the Thames. ' £t Wf s hfjlf an hour before he could be released.
Ohaupb, pear Waikatp, A U-ty Hi>l was gored by s> bull and bad a rib broken. Her son, a little fellow, seized an iron bar and drore the infuriated animal away. A man aamed Taylor, twenty years of age, was killed by the upsetting of a dray «,t Birchwood station (Southland) yesterday.
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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES, Evening Star, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889
ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES Evening Star, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889
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