BROOKMAN-STREET SHOP DESTROYED. A shop in that part of Brookman-street where the foreign legion of evil is quar-- tered was destroyed by fire last evening. The outbreak occurred just before 5 o'clock, and the Fire Brigade was called out to look after the affair. However,there was not enough water available in the vicinity to stop the fire in the building in which it had its origin, but very good work was done in saving another just alongside. Marie Guidoto is the name of the person in whose occupation the burnt shop was, and she saved only a very little of her clothing and bed- ding. Mrs B .Campbell, of Kal- laroo, the owner of the premises, says her loss is not covered by insur- ance. The shop was built of wood and iron, and about 40ft deep by about 16ft wide. The Salvage Corps turned out in strong force, and did what it could in the matter of rescuing and protecting property. The contents of the shop adjoining that burnt down were to a large extent got out through the side windows of the establishment, which windows were broken out completely. The nearest other place, also a shop kept by a foreign personage, is some 30ft or 40ft away, and the direction of the wind blowing at the time was favorable to its preservation. Marie Guidoto was at the time of the outbreak visiting a friend in the locality and does not appear to be able to account for the starting of the fire. A. big crowd of people quickly gathered in the vicinity of the burning building. Some of the spectators seemed to regard the fire as a blessing.