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From: Jacqueline Walles <>
Subject: [NZ] Daily Southern Cross
Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 12:53:26 +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.



04 March 1873 - William GRESSON, inmate, Lunatic Asylum, killed a miner named Walter Mornington by a blow, because the latter, who had been drinking, said something annoying. Page 2



04 March 1873 - A woman named Honoria BOYLE died at Nelson Creek, on the West Coast the other day at the advanced aged of 101 years. Page 2



04 March 1873 - From Port Chalmers - James BENNETT, a single passenger by the Charlotte Gladstone died on Saturday of typhoid fever, at the quarantine station. Page 2



06 March 1873 - From Grahamstown - The young man, James KELLY, who was kicked in the abdomen by a horse on Monday evening, died at the hospital. Page 3



06 March 1873 - From Howick - Ann FOOKES, aged 73, Howick, committed suicide. Page 2



07 March 1873 - More on Ann FOOKES from the Thames Evening Star. Page 3



08 March 1873 - Inquest on Jane BROWNE, late wife of James Clayton Browne of the Albion Hotel. Page 2



10 March 1873 - From Russell - A man named HUDSON, aged 24, was killed by a fall of coal at the Kawakawa coalmines. Page 2



11 March 1873 - A child named SEABROOKE died under rather curious circumstances on 10th inst after taking ill suddenly and dying in a few minutes. Page 2





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