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HEAD SMASHED TO PULP.

Feilding, April 19. Walter Viles, 11 years of age, was riding to school at Warata this morning on a brokem-down racehorse which he had not ridden before. The horse bolted stumbled, and threw the boy, whoso foot was held by the stirrup, rlcvwas dragged 400 yards, and when picked up, his head was smashed to pulp. The- boy immediately expired. His sister witnessed the whole occurrence.

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HEAD SMASHED TO PULP. The Colonist, Volume LIV, Issue 13396, 20 April 1912

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