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CASUALTIES.

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MR. J. URE SMITH.      

The death of John Ure Smith, aged 68 years, late manager of the Australia Hotel, was the   subject of an inquiry by the City Coroner  

yesterday.  

Wallace James Delgarno stated that on No- vember 22 the deceased and himself were on  

the yacht Oenone, in Middle Harbour. About 7 a.m. next day deceased got up and went on deck to have a smoke. Witness followed   about half an hour later, but he could see   nothing of him. Eventually witness found de-  

ceased floating in the water about 100 yards from the yacht. The Coroner found that de-   ceased was drowned, but whether accidentally   or otherwise the evidence did not enable him  

to say.  

The City Coroner, Mr. J. Jamieson, conducted  

an inquiry yesterday into tho doath of Thomas Molloy, aged 45 years, who was knocked down i and fatally Injured in Cleveland-street on No

vombor 22 by a motor car driven by Harry , Btnlth. Mr. Hayes, of tho Ci own Law Office, re

, p'resented the Inspector-General of Police;

i und Mr. Solomon and Mr. 13. R Abigail ap ' peatred for Smith A verdict of accidental , neath was returned

PERTH.-Mr. .lohn Uruton. electrician in th.o employ of Unelihnum, Johnson, and Co., KBB killed ut South Perth. While ascouu Ing a ladder ho placed his hand accidentally »h » Uv« wiro and fell IS lent to Ute ground.

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