ALFOIll) .STATION The following is the Meteorological Report for the week ending September 21st, 1890:—
The departure of the Te Anau from Lyttelton for northern ports is postponed till Friday at 3.15 pan, Mails close at Ashburton at 6.20 p.m. on Thursday. An entertainment was given last night m St Stephen's Schoolroom to celebrate the first anniversary of tbe Band of Hope m connection with St Stephen's Sunday Schools. There was a very good attendance both of members and their friends, The chair-man, the Rev E. A, Scott, said that since the founding of the Band of Hope m October last the meetings had been well attended, and the membership had steadly risen up to its present number —-about 120. Most of the items on the programme'vere filed by the members, a piano solo being given by Blanche Kowke, and recitations, some of which were exceedingly well done, by John Miles, William I'p.wcll, Maud Johnston, Elizbeth Bean, Nina Kelly, Lizzie Boswoll, Leslie Potter, and Walter Stephens, The members also saijg three soijga m ehorous with nniyh spirit, Miss Annie Gates, Miss Whiifcd (Jookson and Mr R. S. Bean also took part m the entertainment, at the conclusion of which Mr J. H. Twentyman, gave a short address which completely held the attention of his audience. During the eve-w----ing 13 new members joined the < Bawd,"
Sha -de. I High in Sun, Date, Statecifwoather Low. [High Monday , Tuesday ... Wednesday Thursday... Friday ... Saturday ... Sunday ... I i 40< 35- --- -3-301-G-3-29-- * QO--45' 70- --- -7132' -1JFine, S, E. Overcast, N.E. Fine, „ N.W. j) E. N.E. Rain, S. \V
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The Weather, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2525, 23 September 1890
The Weather Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2525, 23 September 1890
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