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AN UNFORTUNATE REMITTANCE MAN.

DuNaorv July 17

An inquest wis held to day on James Williamson, who died in the Hospital. The evidence showed the deceased was from Edinborcugh and had relatives in Wellington. He was in receipt of remittances, and he drank heavily and when received into the hospital, he was suffering from acucealcoholism. A verdict was returned in accordance with the medical evidence.

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AN UNFORTUNATE REMITTANCE MAN. West Coast Times, Issue 12262, 18 July 1902

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