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Mr Paulin advised us at three o’clock I—- " Squally to strong S. W. to N.W. winds,, with rain showers ; barometer unsteady.” Mr Skey supplies the following abstract of the weather at Dunedin for October:- • Mean barometer, 29.501 in. Mean elastic force of vapor. 0,256ih. : Mean temperature in shade, 47.5deg. Mean solar radiation, lOOdeg. Mean terrestrial radiation, 38deg. Mean daily velocity of .wind, 229 miles. .' Mean amount of cloud, 7.4. Total rainfall, 8.95 in. Number of days on which rain fell 19.

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THE WEATHER., Issue 10475, 19 November 1897

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THE WEATHER. Issue 10475, 19 November 1897

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