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ANOTHER FATAL FIRE.

WOODVILLE. July 29.

A man named Benbow was burned to death by the burning of a hotel at Danevirke. He was employed as groom, and appears to have been suffocated in trying to make his escape. The other inmates got out of the building with difficulty. _ The insurances were—Lsoo in the South British, LSOO in the New Zealand, LIOO in the Standard; on the furniture and billiard table, L3BO in the Union and L 320 in the Standard.

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ANOTHER FATAL FIRE., Issue 7971, 29 July 1889

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ANOTHER FATAL FIRE. Issue 7971, 29 July 1889

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