(Continued from Page 4.) Edward Chas. Warren, apprentice fitter, said that he knew the deceased. Witness was going irom Logan's quarry to the boatsheds, when ho saw deceased and witness's cousin, Chas. Darrell, having a race. After tho race deceased was prancing about, and then witness saw him with something in his hand fall to the ground. Witness ran to pick him up, and cauKht him by his clothes, and got a shock, lie then saw what was up, ana pulled the wire out of deceased's hands, catching the wire where it was insulated. The copper end of the wire was sticking out beyond the insulation. One could see tho wire hanging from the pole, but there was about 20ft of it lying on the ground in tho mud.
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INQUEST., Evening Star, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914
INQUEST. Evening Star, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914
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