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FIRES IN THE COUNTRY.
YINNAR, Tuesday - Very early on Monday morn- ing a large wooden building, containing 21 rooms and known as the Yinnar Coffee Palace, was
destroyed by fire. The building was latterly used as a wine cafe and billiard saloon by Mr. R.
Taylor, who, with his wife, was the only person in the building when the outbreak occurred. The owner, Mrs. Quigley, had insured the building for over £700 in the Commercial Union office, and Mr. Taylor's stock was inuurcd for £960 in the New Zealand Fire lnsurance Company.
POWLETT, Tuesday - A biliiard room and bxJ dressing saloon at Dalyston, owned and occupied by Mr. A. Clarke, was totally destroyed by fire early this morning. The origin of the fire is un-
MIRBOO NORTH, Tuesday - A house, owned by
Mr. Carl Daly of Darlimurla, was last night de- stroyed by fire Mr. Daly, who had been retan opened a door, when the wind caused the lamp to explode. The house, was insured in the New Zea- land Company for a small amount.