ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES.
♦ " [Per Press Association.] , WELLINGTON, Nov. 23. The police have received advice thtt an old fossioker, named W. J. Wyatt, hasbeen missing since Nov. 12 from the -top rf the valley, ithirty-five miles Irony Ble^eim, where he lived alone. It is believed; that he lias perished in one of the gullies in the district. • At 9.20 this morning Mr W. kctpnAdams met with a severe accident rwhust riding his motor tricycle at the coiper of Gloucester and Manchester Streets: Mr Acton-Adams was assisted into a binsom, and taken to Dr Jennings's house in ! a very weak- condition. At 10.50 this morning Mr Fox, J>nr., of the Zetland Arms, drove his gig mt# a tram car opposite the butchers' shop in Colombo Street belonging to Mr Hopkins. Che axle of the gig was broken, but no otheii damage resulted. - \
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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES., Star, Issue 6650, 23 November 1899
ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES. Star, Issue 6650, 23 November 1899
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