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TWO RAILWAY STATION'S DESTROYED. The Tuafapere (Southland) railway station has been destroyed by firp.. N" 0 par ticnls.i's are. ava.ila.ble. The new- railway station at Mount Manganni -was almost completely burned down yesterday morning. It is a, total loss to the contractors, there being no insurance.—Tauranga telegram. The City Fire Brigade received a call this morning from the Y.W.C.A. Rooms. A pot of tar in a right-of-way doss by caught fire, and the blaze * presented alarming possibilities. The brigade wore promptly on the scene. No damage was done. A Napier wire toys: Fire at midnight on Saturday gutted whops in the centre 3 of the city occupied by Mr Risdale. as i fancy goods store and soft drinks bar. The building was owned by Mr lan Sitnson, and was purchased onlv last week from the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency. The full insurance is not available, the owner being »waj.

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FIRES, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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FIRES Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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