At .1.-io am. 10-day 'he Lyiteltof. En' 0 Brigade was caller] out to attend an outbreak in a four-roomed in Sumner Road, occupied by Mrs M'Donaid and owned by the estate ol Mr.- \. Fh-ti. When the brigade arrived on the scene the rue had ". .-trong hold, but the eycoilent work or the hriga/le. assi.-tid by a good water suivply's, enabled the flames to be kept, in check, with the result tha* the adjoining propr-iuies v-ere sa'-ed. Mr-. .M'Donjld had her rumitnre insured for <.loo. while, it i.-. understood that the house was, also in-mod tor a small sum.
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Star, Issue 11899, 6 January 1917, Page 10
LYTTELION FIRE. Star, Issue 11899, 6 January 1917
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