After several ritiii),--’ a conchisi.m was readied to-day in the inquiry into the circuni.- tai.cv.~ a! landing the de.smic.ioa by lire on October sofa gi otter's shop in id, i.i ■ ..iv.t, occupied oy Chuuk- Browne. The Magistrate stated that Ev.u.Ei in - vi:v:i-.i>i,-n:-.-* ~cu- .sumo*- tii.-re was imsiillicieiil evident e to v.arraui him iiimii.g tiiat Bunvne mid .-el the shop alight. The supremo t ourl 1 ; t imaged to-day hearing tile civil action arising out of the disastrous lire and explosion at tho Upper Hutt on March 28. Tho plaintiffs/ Herbert Bunge and Herbert Piatt, claim £1,750 from the Guardian Assurance Company.' under a policy of insurance issued by the defendant company 'win. contend that tile loss was caused 'partially by fire and partially by explosion, and 'that the conditions ol the policy were not observed.
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WELLINGTON ITEMS., Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914
WELLINGTON ITEMS. Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914
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