1904 - BUSH FIRES. GUNDAGAI, Monday. - A fishing party wero at the Murrumbidgee yesterday, when their cart caught fire, burning a set of harness and setting the grass alight. With difflculty the firo was prevented from spreading. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 12 January 1904)
1904 - BUSH FIRES. GUNDAGAI, Wednesday. A big bush lire started yesterday afternoon at Bark Hut, a few miles from Gundagai, and burnt all through the night. It is now travelling in the direction of Tumut. 100 acres of grass and numerous fences have been destroyed. Bengarralong station lost a lot of grass. Several Settlers' homes narrowly escaped destruction. 200 men are employed fighting the fire. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Thursday 14 January 1904).
1904 - BUSH FIRES. GUNDAGAI, Wednesday. - A bush fire on Monday destroyed a lot of grass and fencing on a few acres of crops at Adelong Crossing The firo started at Oakey Creek and ran through towards Adelong and was then got under control. There were many narrow escapes of standing crops. The biggest losses of crops were those suffered by Mr W Jamieson and Mr T Docking lost a lot of glass and fencing.
A fire in Mr Robinsons paddock the same day burned a good deal of grass.
There was a fire at Mr Reardons esbestos paddock near town the same night a big army oŁ towns people turned out and extinguished it. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Thursday 29 December 1904).
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