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Dublin.

On the evening of August 11, Joseph Slavin, aged 4 years, son of Hugh Slavin, of Foster place, Kingstown, foreman at the Main Drainage Works, was accidentally knocked down by an electric motor car, at Cumberland street, and received such injuries that the chances of his recovery are regarded as very slender.

Irish American Weekly (New York, New York), August 31, 1896.