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At Nelson Lv.i four ye.-,vs age, was choked through swallowing a paper cigarette holder. Death occurred in a ic-w minutes.

Douglas Broil'd!. 17 years of age. met. with a sci ions, idiociing accident at Baton (Nelson) on Christmas Day. While he. was mustering sheep he prodded one wiih the butt of a repealing rifle, which went off', the bullet- lodging in it is groin. He was removed to the Nelson Hospital, but tin; extent of his injuries lots not yet. been ascertained. A Nelson telegram states that an elderly woman named .Agnes DnrgaviiJe. a- widow, war, shockingly burned this morning through iter clothec. catching fire. She is in a critical condition.

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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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