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25 May 1899
News from ZimmermanMay 23rd
Drowned at BurlingtonBurlington May 24. A sad drowning accident occurred here last night. WIlbert the 19 month old son of Mr. Robert Tuck of the lakeshore lost his life. The little fellow was playing around the house and fell in the cistern. He was about 10 minutes in the water but was beyond all aid when taken out
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