ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS
A MINER KJLLED. While, a miner named Peter Yocasivicti, an Austrian, was boring a hide with a drill in the I'absman mine yesterday, where, work had been, left off on Deccmbi 18, an oxplo.-ion took place, killing hiir instantly. It is thought that lie struck 3 "cut off." John M'Lear, who was v.-oik-ing with him, was severely injuied.— Waihi telegram.
A Thames message states that Elizabeth M'Lennan (461, wife of the. licensee of tht Tapu Hotel, near Thames committed mm cidc last night by cutting her throat witl a razor. Her husband had been ill. Preparations had been completed to send deceased to Sydney on Monday. She inflicted a fearful gash, and expired in a few hours.
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ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS, Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915
ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915
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