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LARGE FIRE AT HAWERA.

HAWERA, July 4,

A serious fire broke out in High street at 2.50 this morning, by which Barclougb's butcher's shop, Sutton's drapery store, and Pritchard's chemist's shop were totally destroyed. Davidson's general store and dwelling were cleared out, and great damage done to the goods. The total loss is estimated at L 5.000. Insurances known are—Sutton's stock, LI,OOO in tho Standard; Pritchard's stock, L 250 in the Standard and LSOO in the North German; Crozier's buildings (let to Barclough and Sutton), L3OO in the Phcouix. The insurance on Pritchard's buildings is unknown.

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LARGE FIRE AT HAWERA., Issue 7950, 4 July 1889

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LARGE FIRE AT HAWERA. Issue 7950, 4 July 1889

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