[Peb Unites Press Association.] WELLINGTON, July 25. Eckley and Turnbull's fellmongery at Ngahuranga was burned down last night. Insurances : On the fellmoDgery building and machinery, Lo'4o in the Union and London and Liverpool and Globe ; L 250 on wool in the Union. The loss is L3OO over insurances. The cause of the fire was the accidental overheating of the machinery. A milkman named Tarr has been summoned for furious driving. He nearly knocked down Lady Onslow while walking on the Karon road.
The cable steamer is again at work on the cable, and communication may be restored at any moment.
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TELEGRAPHIC, Evening Star, Issue 7968, 25 July 1889
TELEGRAPHIC Evening Star, Issue 7968, 25 July 1889
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