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At an inquest held yesterday by Mr Young, S.M. and Coroner, into me cause ot i»c Ueam u: vvilaam iiioomneia at l'yramia on unaay, the evidence was to the eileet that tho deceased was seen driving a four-noise team and disc uanow. i tie ie«in supped. He went to the horses heads, and was knocked down and dragged a few yards. The disc passed over the man's head, inllicting a scalp wound several inches long arid two inches deep, injuring the brain. The Coroner returned a verdict acW^maI G C%t g tSe years of age, son of Mr K Hay Pigeon Bay Canterbury, was accidentally drowned m a small tank in the garden or ma father's residence, -

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FATALITIES., Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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FATALITIES. Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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