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ANOTHER FLOOD IN BLENHEIM.

Blenheim. A flood occurred in Blenheim last night the Taylor Eiver swollen by the long continued rains having descended upon the town and the water in the principal streets was four inches higher than in the Opawa flood four weeks ago. No such Taylor visitation has occurred for live or six years. The weather 13 now fine and the water rapidly going down.

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ANOTHER FLOOD IN BLENHEIM., Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XX, Issue 159, 8 July 1885

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ANOTHER FLOOD IN BLENHEIM. Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XX, Issue 159, 8 July 1885

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