A COEIOUS PHENOMENON
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Wanqandi, May 2. The Earioi correspondent of the " Herald " writes nnder date April 29. " This afternoon at about 2*Bo the Wangaehu river rose from three to four feet m less than half an hour, and is still rising, the water changing its color from a milky hue to a dirty blaok. As there has been no rain, and the river up to to-day having been lower than I oan remember for years past, the only solution to my mind is that some voioanio eruption has taken place on Buapehu, though, strange to say, no one here heard any particular noise."
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