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IXQCEST. | ■Mr C. C. iWulicm, ;>.M. (DLstrit Coiv j ner) conducted an inquest *o.t Port Glial- | mew* this morning in regard to the death | of Albert E. Wiseman, '63 years of a j and unmarried, who died suddenly yester- J day morning. Sergeant Duggon represented the police. Dr Boirie fK.iiosod {hat ho knew do- j ceased, but luu! not attended him for < some years. Ha not, awaro that he hud iuiy organic disease. Yesterday j morning hj« wn.~ called to tlio house of I Mr Kemp, in Wickliffe terrace, where he ! found iu lyinjr, and on examination i he found lifo to be extinct. He mack a i po.vt mon-em examination, and found th*t j deceased's lungs were healthy. The righteide of the. heart wa.s full cf Wood, and the left side firmly contracted and empty. On opening i/ho heart he found the valves a-!id heart muscles perfectly healthy. The left lobe, of th-j liver wue oue mass of hyihtid One of the cysts had blocked the ehealivfion to ihe heart on the right side. The- other organs of the body wero healthy. David lonic Asher said hj« was a cousin i of deceased, v/ho was a laborer. Yester- | day witness and deceased wore oV.npinjr. J trees, and deceased appeared to Le in | ' good health. Ho camo down from a ! trc-a and called to witness to coma U> j ' him. Deceased was <;r> his Irn-e-ss, and j c.cuffhiiKr, and then fell on to his hack and ! ' groaned. Witness went for assistance, ; • and had deceased taken to Mr Kemp's j house. The doctor was then called. Tho Coroner recurred a verdict, in accordance with, tlio medical testimony—namely, that the cauae of death was obstruction of the heart's action by hydatid cyst from the liver.

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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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