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PECULIAR WEATHER.

(PBR PRESS ASSOOIAriOir.) Wellington, Deoember 5. A private lotfer from Sydney says tbtt tho woather on Saturday wan the moat peculiar ever area In that olty. It aeema a dry foe; amalgamated with tho amoko of ba?h fires raging along the oiast and enveloped not" only Sydney, bat the whole doa«t line from Brisbane to Melbourne. It lasted all d»y, bat late m the afternoon a southeaster, rooompjnled by * dust itorm, oame np, aadahaßed tho fog away. When It c'a trod a large number of steam-)'! wero found lying ontalde, onab!© to make tho harbor. Daring the day the tbermo* .. meter was 92 ia the ahade. Tho sun shone down like a - globs o< m;■ tan ooppw. ... - w - ;,;.; ,-..,, v ,.,.«...-

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PECULIAR WEATHER., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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PECULIAR WEATHER. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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