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GLASGOW SOAPWORKS DESTROYED. DAMAGE £80,000. (Per Press Assocation— Copyright) June 28 A big fire is reported from Glasgow Ogston and Tennant's large soapworks there have been destroyed. The damage 'is very great, totalling £80,000. There were extraordinary scenes at the fire. Heavy machinery crashed through the floors of the works The drains in the vicinity of the factory were choked with a mixture of oil, soap and wax^

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A CONFLAGRATION. Grey River Argus, 30 June 1910

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