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INTERPROVINCIAL.

(Peb United Press Association,]

AUCKLAND, August 1

A house at Remuera, owned by F. G. Clayton, and occupied by Mrs Barnett, was destroyed by fire. It was insured for L 750 in the New Zealand, and the furniture, which was also destroyed, was insured for L7OO in the Imperial Office. INVERCARGILL, August 1.

David Smith, charged with deserting from H.M.S. Lizard has been remanded to Wellington. A fire at Wyndham last night destroyed the shops of Evans (chemist) and Westacott (butcher), and the office of Whitcombe (solici tor). Evans's building (belonging to Mr T. W. Raymond) was insured for L7sin the New Zealand, and the stock and fixtures for L 135 in the Colonial Office. The other buildings (belonging to Mr R. Kidd) were insured for L 135 in the Colonial Office.

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INTERPROVINCIAL., Issue 7974, 1 August 1889

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INTERPROVINCIAL. Issue 7974, 1 August 1889

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