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THE WEATHER.

Mr Paulin advised us at two o’clock this afternoon:—“N.E. to S.E. winds, and all stations are warned to the southward of 44deg (Hokitika and Christchurch) of the approach of electrical disturbances, and that heavy rains will occur within this circle.” The truth, though unpalatable.—Servant (to convalescent curate, prop of the Sunday school); “Please, sic, the superintendent wants to know how you are, a,n’' you are not to bother, ’cos they da perfectly well without you.”.-

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THE WEATHER., Evening Star, Issue 10460, 2 November 1897

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THE WEATHER. Evening Star, Issue 10460, 2 November 1897

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