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THE WEATHER.

— "9 ' ■ ■ - Mr Paulin advised us at 3 pm"Squally to light N.E., SB., andS.W. winds; rain in about twelve hours; barometer unsteady." Captain Edwin advised at 230 p.m:: " Wind between N. and W. and S. W. at all places northward of East Capo, Tauranga, and Riglan, and southward of Timaru and Qucenstown ; and between N.E and N. and VV. at all other places; . Barometer fall everywhere; sea heavy oh western coast north of New Plymouth, and between Nelson and Westport; increase on all; eastern coast; tides generally high.. Northerly gales with rain are to be expected at all places northward of Timaru and Queenstown, and westerly gales with rain' at all other places."

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THE WEATHER., Evening Star, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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THE WEATHER. Evening Star, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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