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FIRES

Fire was dt-covered last evening on the upper floor of a two-story wooden building in Cuba street, W ('Kington, occupied by Messrs Duncan and Mackintosh, drapers. The brigade’s, prompt arrival con/incT the flames to the stock room, in which the fire started, but oonsidcrabh' damage, was done to the contents on the ground floor. The building was owned by Mr Charles PalUser, and was insured in the Atlas Office for £2.000. Messrs Duncan and Mackintosh had insurances cn the stock, etc., ~t £2.000 in the Atlas Office and £2.050 in the Alliance Office. The actual damage to the stock could not be estimated last night, but it is believed to be considerable. '

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FIRES, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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FIRES Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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