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TEACHER'S BODY FOUND (Per United Press Association! BLENHEIM, Sept. 25. As the result of a search which has been in progress since yesterday afternoon, the body of Arthur, Leslie Rowe, who disappeared on Wednesday, was found in the Taylor Riverbed in the vicinity of Burleigh, on the outskirts of Blenheim, this morning. A discharged rifle was alongside. The deceased was 46 years old, and a member of the staff of Marlborough College for the past seven years. Previously he taught at Nelson College. He had been in ill-health for some months, and on extended sick leave. He leaves a wife and three grown-up children. DEATH FROM DROWNING (Per United Press Association) TrMARU, Sept. 25. The body of Arthur Mumford, aged 53, single, was found at the water's edge in Caroline Bay this morning. The deceased lived in a "bach." Apparently he was drowned and the body was left on the beach by the receding tide. STRUCK BY CRANE HANDLE John Belfleld, aged 16 years, residing at 489 George street, was admitted to the Hospital at 11.10 yesterday morning suffering from head injuries as a result of a crane handle striking him at Messrs Joseph Sparrow and Sons' foundry, where he is employed. INJURED MAN'S CONDITION

The condition of Donald Short, who was struck down by a motor car on Monday evening at the corner of Manor place and Princes street, is reported by the Public Hospital authorities to be improved, and his name has been transferred from the dangerously ill to the seriously ill list.

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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES, Otago Daily Times, Issue 22996, 26 September 1936

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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES Otago Daily Times, Issue 22996, 26 September 1936

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