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CHEPSTOW.

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ANOTHER FIRE AT NEWPORT.

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ANOTHER FIRE AT NEWPORT. Shortly after seven o'clock on Sunday evening it was discovered that the outfitter's shop recently taken by Mr. Perkins in Watchhouse-parade, near the Alexandra Dock, was on fire. The police at Pill Station speedily took the reel and hose to the scene, and before half-past seven several members I of the fire brigade were on the spot with the fire bugine from the upper station. Mr. George Hos- kins, the chairman of the Fire Brigade Committee, and Capt. Whitehall rendered very useful service. The premises, which adjoin the Waterloo Hotel, are small. Mr. Perkins, who lived at the back. was away with his wife at chapel when the fire was discovered. He had only taken the business about six months, having previously been in the service of Mr. Ja.cobs.Commercial.road. Having poured water on the burning premises for somewhat over an hour, the fire brigade at length extinguished the flames, though not until the whole of the shop and stock had been destroyed. The cause of the conflagration is unknown.

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