ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS
Arthur Henry Ashton, three years of age, residing with his parents in the Leith Valley, was kicked on the head by a horse while lie wit's playing last evening. Ha was tnke.ii to the Hospital, where it was found that his skull was seriously injured. Last night his condition was critical. Today the Hospital reported that he had been operated upen, and was doing as well as could be expected. A. Chantaloup, a young man. an electrician employed in the Ross Goldfields mine, went out prospecting at daylight ou Sunday morning, taking a ••slasher” to cut. a." track. He arrived at Ross Hospital at 7 a.in. to-day in a fainting condition, with Iris left hand almost severed from the wrist, caused by the blade of a slasher. Ten of the* tendons were severed. His condition is serious owing to the great loss of bleed.—Hokitika telegram.
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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS, Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
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