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From: Jacqueline Walles <>
Subject: [NZ] Daily Southern Cross
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 12:52:44 +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.



24 February 1873 - The funeral of George L LOW took place yesterday at Onehunga. Page 2



25 February 1873 - John ROBINSON, aged 44, a farmer, died after falling off a dray. Page 2



28 February 1873 - From Invercargill - A man named Alexander WALLACE blew his brains out with a pistol in his own house when slightly under the influence of liquor. Page 3



28 February 1873 - From Greymouth - James HICKS cut his throat and jumped into the sea. His body was recovered. He had been drinking. Page 3



01 March 1873 - From Invercargill - Alfred VALLANCE shot himself in the head while intoxicated. Death was instantaneous. Page 3



03 March 1873 - The remains of the late Alfred DUFF of the No.1 Royal Company Volunteers, were interred on Saturday afternoon in the Church of England cemetery with military honours. Page 2



04 March 1873 - James SHAW, an old man, employed by James Hunt, farmer, Panmure, died in hospital yesterday from the effects of injuries received on Saturday last. Page 2





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