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THE WEATHER.

Mr Paulin telephoned at 2 pm. "Squally to light S.W. to N:W. winds; heavy rain or hail showers; indications very unsettled.',' ; Up Kurow way, and in North Otago generally, the stormy weather is not being much felt. Where they are getting it hot and strong is down about the Waimea Plains and at HokonuL The lambs there have euffered severely.

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THE WEATHER., Issue 10458, 30 October 1897

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THE WEATHER. Issue 10458, 30 October 1897

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