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DETERMINED TO SUICIDE.

DANEVIRKE, September 20. On Saturday evening Viggo Lykke (eighteen), a new arrival from Denmark, hanged himself in a cowshed at Tahoraite. The body was warm when found, but efforts to inluce respiration failed. His toes were touching the ground, as if the straightened knees had taken the Btrain oflf the rope. Before the youbh came here he twioo attempted suicide by poison and hanging.

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DETERMINED TO SUICIDE., Issue 10424, 20 September 1897

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DETERMINED TO SUICIDE. Issue 10424, 20 September 1897

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