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ANOTHER FIRE AT SUNNYSIDE.

THE PATIENTb SAF2. (per prhss association.) Ohbistobubch, November 18. At 9 minntos to 1 a fire broke out at Suonyeido, m a email wcoden bui'dinf containing b'x single rooms on tho north aide of the wing gutted by tho last fie The oauie la not known, bat hh a fire to burn werda was lighted about 50 feat < ff, it ia auppoeed a ep%rk moy havo benn j bl wn chroogh the fhsnrjs pro'.octid by aheotn of Iron. The wooden building was t half destroyed, end tho .fire is bur j ing among tho partially destroyed fittings of the old wing. Tha brigade turned tut vary smtrtly and are now playing on the fiimes with succoso. A high nor'-wester is blowing, but it is raining. The patients are all safe. No panic or oonfualon is notloeable. 2 15 p.m. The fin Is now subdued and all danger is over.' j

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ANOTHER FIRE AT SUNNYSIDE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 15 November 1888

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ANOTHER FIRE AT SUNNYSIDE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 15 November 1888

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