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(PIR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Auckland, Maroh 9. - A destructive fire ooourred at Cambridge this morning. It waa first discovered at four o'olook m Bates' saddlery shop In Duke street, and rapidly spread m botb directions, completely Rotting the right hand aide from and including Ward's, ebemlst, to Buckland'a home bazaar. The followiog basinets plaoes were destroyed : Ward, chemist ; Bates, saddler ; Rtley, tailor ; Keeaing (anooonpled) ; Sargent, jeweller ; Kinoald's atore ; Golder, watohmalter ; Bond's, stationer ; Pierce, fruiterer ; MoNleh, billiard ea'o)o; d x, . grocer ; Neal, seedsman ; Radge, hairdresser ; the effioea of the late F. A. Whi faker, Backland'e hone baz tar, and aeveral private dwellings at the rear of the blocks. The loss is very heavy. The Masonic Hotel was sonrohed hut aeved.

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A BIG FIRE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2083, 9 March 1889

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A BIG FIRE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2083, 9 March 1889

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