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NAHMA - Edna Berndt rescues siblings in fire but dies later 
NewspapersText  "NAHMA - Edna Berndt rescues siblings in fire but dies later," Porcupine Advance, 16 Jan 1930, Section 2, p. 1  Nahma, Ontario is 4 miles south of Cochrane, Ontario
Fire claims one life 
Newspapers  Sentinel Review, 22 Jan 2008, p. 1  Elderly man killed in mobile home fire at Maple Lake Park near Innerkip.
One dead, barn gutted in fire. 
Newspapers  Sentinel Review, 23 Apr 2008, 1, 2  Barn fire in Milldale, Ont. leads to man's death.
Town Line North 
Newspapers  "Town Line North," Oakville Star & Independent (Oakville, ON), 18 Mar 1932, p. 5 
Fire destroys home, business 
Newspapers  "Fire destroys home, business," Chronicle-Journal, 9 Mar 2001, A3  Water Supply ; Pollution Quality ; photo Full text available on microfilm.
Armstrong centre destroyed by fire 
Newspapers  "Armstrong centre destroyed by fire," Chronicle-Journal, 6 Jan 1993, p. 3  Full text available on microfilm.
Fire destroys Paipoonge home 
Newspapers  "Fire destroys Paipoonge home," Chronicle-Journal, 7 Jan 1993, p. 1  Full text available on microfilm
Armstrong couple lose everthing in blaze 
Newspapers  "Armstrong couple lose everthing in blaze," Chronicle-Journal, 7 Jan 1993, p. 3  Full text available on microfilm.
The Journal At Port Arthur: The Locals 
Newspapers  "The Journal At Port Arthur: The Locals," The Daily Journal (Thunder Bay District), 8 Sep 1894  Robinson Family ; Jno Robinson's son Full text available on microfilm
New Office Building 
Newspapers  "New Office Building," Chronicle-Journal, 19 Dec 1980  Abitibi Price ; Northern Wood Preservers ; Photo Full text available in Newspaper Clipping File File subject: LF - Thunder Bay - Architecture Full text available on microfilm
Fire CNR Freight Shed 
Image  7 Aug 1931,   Clouds of black smoke envelope the city as freight shed number 2 burns to the ground near the foot of Arthur Street (now called Red River Road). Volunteers braved the smoke and flames to assist by forming bucket brigades and by moving boxcars out of the path of the fire. Others worked for hours...
Badly Burned Man Is In Hospital 
Newspapers  "Badly Burned Man Is In Hospital," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 4 Jun 1930, p. 1  Albert Trebaine ; River driver ; Thunder Bay Lumber Company ; Sunday Creek ; Jacques Township Full text available on microfilm
Union Elevator Workhouse Burns 
Newspapers  "Union Elevator Workhouse Burns," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 11 Jun 1930, p. 1  Union Terminal Elevator Company ; Current River ; Port Arthur ; $200,000 in damage ; United Grain Growers ; Photo Full text available on microfilm
Flames Attack Port Arthur Block In Morning Hours 
Newspapers  "Flames Attack Port Arthur Block In Morning Hours," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 8 Jul 1930, p. 2  Ross Block ; Port Arthur ; Athletic Cigar Store and Pool Room ; George Andros ; John Andros ; Fire damage ; Suggett's Jewelry Store Full text available on microfilm
Early Morning Blaze Attacks City Building 
Newspapers  "Early Morning Blaze Attacks City Building," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 11 Jul 1930, p. 1  Simpson Hotel ; Fort William Fire Department ; Simpson Street ; Dease Street ; Fire damage ; Jack Smith ; Marie Baccari ; John Maltise Full text available on microfilm
Fire Damage Placed At $713,000 
Newspapers  "Fire Damage Placed At $713,000," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 5 Aug 1930, p. 1  Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad ; Mission Freight Shed No.2 ; Canadian National Railway (CNR) ; Chippewa Road ; International Harvester Co. ; 60,000 bales of twine destroyed ; 42 Freight cars damaged ; Agricultural machinery damaged Full text available on microfilm
Fire Breaks Out In Drugstore 
Newspapers  "Fire Breaks Out In Drugstore," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 31 Oct 1930, p. 1  Nyman's Drugstore ; Port Arthur ; Bay Street ; Algoma Street ; Karl G.K. Nyman Full text available on microfilm
Leave Beds In Frantic Haste As Home Afire 
Newspapers  "Leave Beds In Frantic Haste As Home Afire," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 3 Dec 1930, p. 1  Tony Merlo ; Mrs. Tony Merlo ; Centre Avenue Full text available on microfilm
Westfort Building Gutted By Blaze 
Newspapers  "Westfort Building Gutted By Blaze," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Jan 1931, p. 1  Westfort ; Montreal Street ; Vacant restaurant ; N. Baccari Full text available on microfilm
Garage And Cars Damaged By Fire 
Newspapers  "Garage And Cars Damaged By Fire," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 2 Feb 1931, p. 1  Campbell Motor Company ; Fire damage ; Charles Greer ; A.G. Suggett ; J. White ; Alex Grant ; Steve Andrews ; E. Freyburg ; Port Arthur ; Don Clark Full text available on microfilm
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