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Mrs Ruth F’.ckfiU. of Flllersiie. boarded the wrong train at Newmarket, and in attempting to leap off after the train had left the station she fell hcUvcmi two carriages, bni lay between tin* rails, and had » miraculous escape from 'l-’ath. When picked tip she was stunned, and was badly, eut. .She was taken ‘to the Auckland hospital, bul her condition is not serious. George Arthur bmilh. aged 40 years, a visitor from ChristelimvF*. committed suicide by jumping off the Gob-den bridge (Greymouth) yesterday afternoon. He was "recently released from a mental hospital on probation. The police ufe dragging for the-body. 1 Bmith was a married manOn .Monday afternoon Mr Arthur, chief clerk, at the Balelutha Railway Station, was crushed against u waggon an engine. Ho sustained a broken collarbone and several other injuries.

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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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