A FOOLHARDY WAGER.
PAID AT THE COST OF HIS LIFE.
(Per Pekss Association.— Copyright.]
MELBOURNE, September 13. A boy named Russell made a bet with some companions that he could climb an electric light pole. He did so, and clutched the wires and fell back dead, his hands being burnt to the bono.
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A FOOLHARDY WAGER., Evening Star, Issue 10418, 13 September 1897
A FOOLHARDY WAGER. Evening Star, Issue 10418, 13 September 1897
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