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Weather Report.

MOUNT SOMERB. Bain fell at Mount Somers on eleven days during April. The most m one day of hours, fell on the 20tb, when 1 inch 21 points was registered. The total rainfall for the month was 2 inches 67 points, against :an average of 3 inches 66 points for the last twelve years. The month has been fine and mild, on the whole, though we had heavy rjMn m the third week (2 inches Of! points). There have been a few sharp frosie, including an | early one on the 4tb, which cut down all ! tender plants. It has been a good month | for stock of all kinds, and feed is abundant. F . a. E. Peachk,

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Weather Report., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6561, 4 May 1905

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Weather Report. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6561, 4 May 1905

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