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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN DUNDEE.

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN DUNDEE. On Sunday morning, about half-past one o'clock, a most destructive fire was discovered to have broken out in a warehouse m Larch-lane, Scouringburn, occu- pied by Messrs. George Armistead and Co., merchants. was soon observed that the fire had broken out near the e ntrance. Although every exertion was made to stay the progress of the flames, the roofing1 w £ vi•! attacked, and it soon became would be consumed from end to end. Was dry, and the flames, fanned by 0 Proved too much for the water, notivith- standIng that the supply was plentiful. About half- past two o'clock the entire roofing fell in, and the material in the warehouse then burnt with amazing rapidity. The flames arising from the burning premises lighted up the heavens for a con- siderable distance around. About five o'clock, through the united efforts of all, the fire wa.s got under, and the safety of the adjacent buildings secured. The policeman passed the warehouse about half-an-houf before the fire was noticed, and at that time he states that there was not even a smell of burning. The warehouse was completely filled with Archangel too and Riga oodilla, which was made up into bales, a large quantity of which had only been stored last week. The warehouse, which has been totally destroyed, and of which nothing remains but the walla, was the property of Mr. Praim, and was tenanted by Messrs. Armistead and Co. The firm had between £ 9,000 and £ 10,000 worth of material in the premises, whioh was insured. The building was also insured) and it is expected that, after deducting the salvage) which will probably amount to .£3,OO or X-4,000, the whole loss of material will be about £ 6,000. ♦

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