ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS
A Blenheim states that while two men naim-d John Waid and L. (_'. .Morgan were ridin;: a motor cycle with a .side-car it w.is, by a train at Dashwood Crossing. W.ud sustained a severe compound fiatturo of llie leg and olher injuries. .Morgan escaped with a, severe shaking 'J'hey could i:"t hear the train approaching owing lo tho heavy wind.
An inqtio-t wus hold lart evening at Fniilie on the body of B.areid Bennetts, the victim of the mot or car accident at Pukuki. A vvi'diet was ire.tnniod that death w.w due to Miberanial hemorrhage, due to a fall from a ear. 'J'lie deceared was popular with toitrists as a driver, and also as a. guido at, .Mount Cook, lie was one, of the. party which searched for the lost, mountaineers h,--[ sra.son.
An inquiiy into the ciicmnstancc.s surrounding the death of Isabella Thow, who ili-d suddenly at Milton or. Monday, wa.s held yesterday afternoon. Dr SutiicrJand gave evidence that he lu:d known deceased for several years, and he had formed the impression that, sha was suffering from Graves's disease. A verdict was returned in accordance with the medical testimony.
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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS, Evening Star, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914
ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS Evening Star, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914
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