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FATALITY AT MOUNT ROYAL.

Two men named James Ross and Charles Walters, ■oho were fulfilling a contract for digging ditches on Mount Eoyal Station, at Palmeratcn, were suddenly taken violently ill last evening after havin<* eaten pudding whiei; So it is stated, was sent up to them from Dunedin.* Boss died> but Walter? &* recovering. A coroner's inquiry was proceeding this aftarnooHi It is UHtJeriteod thatr Boss was a married man, and that his wife resides a* Waiiati.

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FATALITY AT MOUNT ROYAL., Evening Star, Issue 15626, 17 October 1914

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FATALITY AT MOUNT ROYAL. Evening Star, Issue 15626, 17 October 1914

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