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MR WRAGGE'S WEATHER REPORT.

FINE WEATHER FOLLOWED BY GALE. CONDITIONS FAVOUR SEISMIC AND VOLCANIC ACTION. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) BOTORUA, thie day. Mr. Clement Wragge supplies the following weather report:—"The northern edge of the depression named " Hogg," having travelled rapidly from the west ward, passed the meridian of Rotorua at 2 p.m. yesterday (Sunday)', and its eflects were more pronounced south and south-west from Wellington. An an-tic-cyclonic crest, with fine weather, follows, under variable to light winds, from between south-south-vast and north-east, and cold nights. Such will be succeeded by another disturbance, particulars of which will be advised in due course. The moon being in perigee, constitutes, with existing solar conditions, a. prime factor favourable for seismic and volcanic action."

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MR WRAGGE'S WEATHER REPORT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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