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rFALL OF A STABLE NEAR I BATH.

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FALL OF A STABLE NEAR I BATH. Two Men and Six Horses Killed. A tatal disaster of a singular character occurred at Limpigy Stoke, near Bath, yesterday morning. The fatality was caused by the sudden falling of a stable, belonging to Mr Giles Holbrow, timber Merchant and India-rubber manufacturer, which adjoins the goods yard of the Great Y/estern Railway Station. This yard has lately under- gone alterations, and in consequence the stable was at the time of the disaster some twelve feet below the level of the company's premises. The boundary wall and stable wall both gave way, With the result that the stable was completely de- molished with a luud crash. A carter named Morment and a labourer named Musky, who were Roping in the stable, were instantaneously "'lied, as were also six horses.

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