Mr Panlin advises : The weather during the next twenty-four hours will be very unsettled and stormy; intervals of sunshine will occur, but short thunder storms, with squally to light N. to S. W. winds, are most likely over the greater portion of our island. At Reefton rain has fallen almost con tinuously for five weeks, A S. W. gale blew in Dunedin yesterday, the squalis being particularly heavy. During one of these a small ornamental piece on the front of the Grand Hotel became dislodged.
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THE WEATHER., Evening Star, Issue 10465, 8 November 1897
THE WEATHER. Evening Star, Issue 10465, 8 November 1897
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