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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS

A Prospective Drought!. TIMABTJ, Aagust 27. There have been only 7£ 1 robes of rain sinoe the New Year. Water tanka and" dama are giving out and unless there la { heavy rain aoon many farmers will be In difficulties for water for th.lr stook. Heavy Weather. Inveboabgill. August 28 The Ofago Harbor Board's big dredge whloh recently left Dunedin for Melbourne whsro she has been hired by the Harbor Trust for one year at six thousand pounds, put Into Half Moon Bay, Stewarts Island, on Sunday 25 h, Bhe got aa far es the Solanders, but owing to bad ( weather and heavy sea bad to put baok for j rah el ter. She got part of her bulwarks carried away and a quantity of coal waahed off the deoka, She la still lying ln the bay, but as the weather Is now fise she will probably Bail to-day.

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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