BAD WEATHER AT NASEBY.
(Special to the * Star.’*
NASEBV, December 21. Yesterday morning the weather was ideal, but towards evening a cold wind sot in, with rain, sleet, and snow. The snow was one inch deep early this morning, but it soon disappeared. At midday a tremendous gale, accompanied by thunder, lightning, and hail, struck tho town and district, the worst experienced for 20 years. It is expected that much damage will bo done to the fruit, lambs and shorn sheep. The weather is still unsettled.
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BAD WEATHER AT NASEBY., Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914
BAD WEATHER AT NASEBY. Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914
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