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(Special to tho Dail? Teleokai'ii.) 'l'hames, this clay. A COLD SNAP Tiik coldest snap experienced nt Thames for yours was recorded this nioniins;, The iniilnixhi riding was ;J3 wliieii gradually dropped utilil « tivo o'clock this morning the register \w* '2B' or foil! dfgnu.s holow freezing poini.


Mr Uoiieher, Government pomologist, is visiting iht Thames! in tho interests of the Department of "igrioulture, He speaks highly of the fruit growing capabilities of the district, particularly in peiHi'ii-.i, Tin: orchards require more systematic attention and spraying, etc.

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LATEST THAMES NEWS Waihi Daily Telegraph, Volume IV, Issue 1030, 2 July 1904

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