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FIRE AT CLARKSVILLE.

A twr-ttoroy stable and barn, the property of Alexander Fraser, of Sonthbridge, Clarksville, were burnt down on the 29th inst. At about midnight Mr Fraser went into tho stable to attend to some of the horses, and while there struck some matches, but left the building thinking that everything was At one o’clock be was awakened by the glare of fire. The stable and barn were totally destroyed. A report was current that a swagger bad been

burnt in the stable, but search has ir:cn_ made; and nothing to substantiate the opinion has been found. The property was insured for LIOO in the North British Company, but Mr Fraser estimates his loss at about LSOO ov.r the irisuranco. .

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FIRE AT CLARKSVILLE., Issue 8052, 31 October 1889

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FIRE AT CLARKSVILLE. Issue 8052, 31 October 1889

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