Pawtucket, RI Fire, Aug 1890

LARGE PRINT WORKS BURNED.

THE DUNNELL ESTABLISHMENT AT PAWTUCKET DESTROYED BY FIRE

PAWTUCKET, R. I. Aug. 16.---The Dunnell Print Works were destroyed by fire to-day. The loss is roughly estimated at from $150,000 to $200,000, and is fully covered by insurance in Manufacturer's Mutual companies. The companies, with the amounts of the policies and the names of the commission houses owning the goods, are as follows:

Attawaugan Company, loss small; Enterprise,$10,000; American,$10,000; Sotokett Mills, loss small; Enterprise,$10,000; American, $10,000; Austin, Bates & Wellington, loss considerable; Boston Manufacturers' Mutual,
$20,000; Mill Owners' Mutual, $20,000; Worcester Manufacturers' Mutual,
$5,000; Cotton and Woolen Manufacturers' Mutual, $5,000; O'Jaffe & Pinkers, loss small; Firemen's Mutual,$4,500; Mathew, Blum & Vaughn, loss small; Firemen's Mutual, $2,000; Bister & Schmitt, loss small; State Mutual, $6,000; Mills & Gibbs, loss small; Enterprise Mutual,$12,000; Etna of Hartford, $60,000; Palmer Brothers, loss small; Firemen's Mutual, $15,000; Knowles & Cooldy, probably no loss; State Mutual,$20,000; J. H. Lane & Co. loss considerable; What Cheer,$5,000; Hope,$10,000; State,$5,000; Enterprise,$15,000; American, $15,000; Arkwright, $10,000; Fall River, $15,000.

In addition to the above figures there are certain commission houses with policies in mutual companies to amounts unknown. These commission houses are J. S. Bernheimer & Brother, A. G. Hyde & Son, and I. Spiegelberg & Sons, all of New York. They are insured almost equally in heavy amounts by the What Cheer and Merchants' Mutual Companies of this city. It is not known what the loss suffered by the commission houses amounts to.

The New York Times, New York, NY 18 Aug 1890