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Two fires are reported by the ' Clutha Leader.' On Saturday Mr A. Nelson's stable, barn, and cowshed at Lovells Flat were burnt to the ground, the premises being uninsured; and on Tuesday Mr Donald M'Laughlan's workshop at Clinton was destroyed. The building was insured for L4OO, but this amount will not cover the loss. Alexander Kiel, a Canadian, was carried out into Lake Ontario on a cake of ice, but a fisherman pulled twelve miles to rescue him, and was rewarded with half a dollar. She (reading): "Fashion novelties. Large checks will be much in demand for spring costumes." He: "Large cheques! My goodness, Ethel, there's not much novelty in that." Bradford, Conn., has a seventy-year-old telegraph messenger boy.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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