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From: Jacqueline Walles <>
Subject: [NZ] Daily Southern Cross
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 10:49:18 +1300


If you think any of these entries belong to you, they can be researched in greater detail through the Papers Past website. There are sometimes follow-ups at later dates.



07 December 1872 - From the South - A young man named WHEELER, whose parents reside at Rangiora was thrown from his horse at Moeraka Downs, Canterbury, and died from the effects of the fall. Page 3



07 December 1872 - From the South - Inquest at Ross on Nathaniel MARKS, hairdresser, apparently poisoned. Page 3



09 December 1872 - From Nelson - The Caledonian Society awarded a medal to HAMMILL for his conduct at the wreck of the barque City of Newcastle. Page 3



10 December 1872 - From the Thames - A fine little girl aged 3 years, the daughter of John BYRNE, miner, Tararu near the crushing machine, has drowned. Page 2



10 December 1872 - From Grahamstown - At the inquest a verdict of accidentally drowned was returned in the case o Mr BYRNE's little daughter. Page 3



10 December 1872 - From Napier - At the Supreme Court today MAAKA was tried for the murder of Scout in 1868. Page 3



10 December 1872 - From the Star - Michael BRICKLEY, one of the seamen belonging to the ill-fated ship the City of Newcastle managed to swim ashore after 36 hours exposure. Page 3



11 December 1872 - James BAILLIE who was so seriously injured by a fall of earth in Dixon's No.1 mine, still lies in the Hospital in a precarious condition. Page 2



12 December 1872 - Mr James MITCHELL, late manager of the Otago Claim, died yesterday at the Governor Browne Hotel, Hobson-street. Page 2



14 December 1872 - Alfred SMITH, run over by cart in Queen-street. Page 2



16 December 1872 - From the Northern Wairoa - A man named HARRIS or HARRISON, a gumdigger, drowned at the Kaihu Wharf. Page 2





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