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Mrs Elizabeth Lambic, 50 years of age, wife of Mr Thomas Lambie, who is officer in charge of tho Telephone Exchange, died, under somewhat unusual circumstances yesterday afternoon. On returning homo Mr Lambie found the bathroom door lucked, and, on receiving no response on knocking, forced it open with the assistance of a policeman, and found his wife quite dead in the bath. , , ~ . , , Mr C. C. Graham, S.AI. (District. Coroner) held an inquest at the M °r?)T Evanf sr'mTip.H waimdav atHrnoon, about 4.50, on being called Di Evans sue N , , „ , 0u,,), Road. Mrs Dam bio he proceeded to A|■ • , u “ ‘ ‘ n . The lips and ears were was quite u...u., : .p > ' „ man the mouth, lie madd an blue, and me.. w. ; a • ;• :Uid exuding frothy autopsy Hus it “A, .u.a , ... , ■ ~ , pillts of water. There “ . Ol one coronary artery All the remaining organs v.cij m-aitny, but were congested. He was of ooiniou that the tause of uc.uh urownmg following on a fainting attack. The disease of the coronary artery; would be sufficient to brmg on a fainting attack. Deceased. might have been in the watei an houu Tie body was well nourishes. years Ills wife had William Thomas Lamom sam “‘‘‘J i* to Napier , not been m \oiy good , o culltM i U lier fainting attacks, where a medical pructu-mnei » <>•» “ . Allllol „) “ v j lo Ea i d there were no with the case. wcoruauuo with the medical evidence. The Coroner recorded ,* vriuio, m -ccoiuau-o

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DEATH FROM DROWNING : A PECULIAR CASE., Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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DEATH FROM DROWNING : A PECULIAR CASE. Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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