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HEAVY RAIN ON THE WEST COAST.

LOSS OF-LIFE FEARED.

,v' ..: . GEEYMODTH, October'2l. It has been raining hard for twenty-four hours? All the- rivers .'{are, rising rapidly, arid thereis every appearance of big floods. SixChinamenf vsjho.iivere fishing at the .Teremaka'nL yi?terdayrr:did not notice the an island: had been made of they;- stood; They were unable. ;to the iqainland, and had-to remain where tbeywere allnight. - At ten ><tnly five of them were seetf/anij. wp.to their middles in water/ v. Grey mouth to attempt 'ai i CTOue.;.\^v';"-v-- -: :: }:i-: : --' :'• ■ '-'"X-- " ; ?Partof Jthe ja"cfe»nlme r on the Midland Raili^ayi;ih^||een,.washed away, but the anwnnt is i»pt yet obtainable. 1 .

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HEAVY RAIN ON THE WEST COAST., Evening Star, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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HEAVY RAIN ON THE WEST COAST. Evening Star, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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