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IN THE GRIP OF THE FROST.

NIAGARA FROZEN OVER. GREAT BRIDGE THREATENED. NEW YORK, April 13. The Niagara River is frozen from bank to bank. The companies using the water-power of the falls to generate electricity have lost a quarter of a million sterling by the stoppage of power. Many works en the river banks and wharves and piers are being crushed by ice, and railways have been submerged, the damage bein" estimated at £300.000. ' ° The great bridge spanning the falls is threatened.

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IN THE GRIP OF THE FROST. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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