FIRES IN THE COUNTRY,
About 2 o'clock this afternoon a fire broke out in a stable at the rear of Mr. T. H. Tatlock's residence in Gray-street, and although the fire brigade was quickly on the spot, the structure, which was old, was consumed, but a shed adjoining was partially saved. In the latter a number of cartridges, which were lying on a shelf, exploded, but without doing any damage. The house is insured in the Victoria In- surance Co., but the stable is not included in the policy.
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