[Per United Press Association.]
AUCKLAND, October 2. A fire at Coromandel destroyed the piemiees of Mr Smith (cabinetmaker), Mr Collins (blacksmith), Mr Bell (wheelwright), and Mr Doan (plumber). The insurances wore Smith, £SO in the United; Collins, £SO in the National; Doan, £SO, office unknown.
WELLINGTON, October 2. An influentially - promoted company has been formed for the supply of pure milk and other products to the city. The police stables at Mount Cook were destroyed by fire this morning. Two horses belonging to Colonel Pole Fenton were rescued, but three others, the property of the Police Department, were burned .to death. One was the thoroughbred Lismbre, a son of the great English sire Cadogan.- ~ A large steamer, like a man-of-war, passed Farewell Spit at ten o’clock this morning, standing east. - ~
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TELEGRAPHIC, Evening Star, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897
TELEGRAPHIC Evening Star, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897
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