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TRUCK OF HAY ABLAZE

A truck of hay for Port Chalmers was burned this morning at Sawyers Bay. lsy the 10.15 train from Dunedin several trucks of hay were despatched. At Sawyers Bay ona of the trucks of hay was ablaze-, and the fierce* south-west blew the blaze into a conflagration. The other trucks were in danger of ignition, and some of the passengers—it was a mixed train—thought the safety of tho carriages wis also imperilled. Tho blazing truck was, however, successfully shuntod clear, and the train went on to* Port Chalmers, where it arrived about half an hour behind time. A spark froia the locomotive presuma;bly sot tho truck of hay on fire-

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TRUCK OF HAY ABLAZE, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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TRUCK OF HAY ABLAZE Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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