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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS

William George Smith, a single man, 54 years of age, a laborer, residing at Karori, Wellington, was found dead in his bed on Saturday morning. Death is supposed to be the result of heart disease.

Robert Jamieson, 50 years of age, an inmate of the Obiro Home, was found in Taranaki street, Wellington, on Friday night. He appeared to have been drinking, and was suffering from chest trouble. He was taken to the home, where he died later.

Thomas Sager (aged 22 months), a son of Mr Gordon Sager, of Te Roti, while playing around a plough on Saturday afternoon, pulled the implement over, and the handle pinned the child to the ground the throat, dislocating Ps neck.—Eltham telegram-

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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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