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FIRES

Milne's Horse Bazaar at Wyndham wes burnt yesterday. Mr Currie, the lessee of the premises aud of a saddler's shop attached, got the horses out, but lost his stock of saddlery and livery harness, mail coach, and trap. Mr Mrtne had £l5O insurance on the premises in the Standard Office, and loses £150; Mr Currie had £250 on his stable and plant and £2OO on his saddlery, both in the New Zealand Office, but loses considerably; while a hawker lost a horse and trap aud stock-in-trade valued"at £SO. A four-roomed cottage at Matauro, belonging to Mr James Linton, was destroyed by fire on Saturday night.

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FIRES, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897

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FIRES Issue 10426, 22 September 1897

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