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A boy named Alexander Robertson was admitted to the hospital to-day from Thomson, Bridger, and Co.’s woodyard, with his right hand very badly crushed, it having been caught between two rollers. Drs Copland and Coughtrey had to amputate part of the thumb. A shed in George street, Caversham, wi>s burned down about 3.30 this morning. It is supposed to have caught fire from ashes placed near the fence. The shed was the property of Charles Leith, was valued at L4O, and was uninsured. Tho fire brigade turned out, but wero not required, as neighbors had got the fire under.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 8022, 26 September 1889

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