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INTERCOLONIAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

RCOLONIAL RA.TES To Kew South Wales. New Zealand., Soutli Australia, Tasmania. Western Austrd;?., Fiji, British New Guinea. ar.d 1\'evv Hebrides. -Letters. For every ioz. or under o i Post Card;-Stamp or Card .. o, * Letter Cards ° 1 Reply Post Cards-each .... o 2 ''"titration Fee 0 3 ?"acknowledgement of delivery - . "epistered article , -Packets.-- ? " Commercial Papers and Print m Papers, maximum weight 4^., maximum . dimensions,', ; -;t. in length, ift. wide or .'".3s, 2oz. or under o - Patterns and Samples. Pack- i ?;ts or Merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib.. *di T.snsions not ts exceed 2ft. * >it.. 202. or under -- ° 1 -Newspapers. »-och, every IOOZ. or und . . ° ^u!k Parcels or newspapers posted by a registered news paper publisher or newsven r-or, 2ooz. or fraction there at ... O * -Parcels. "or each Parcel of lib. or snaer .. .. .. .. .. .. .. o 8 £ac'n additional lib. or un q f up to nib., ° 6 -Queensland. li-e same as to other colonies for f; Postal mutter except Ne...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE VICTORIAN RATES. Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

POSTAL INFORMATION. ITES OF POSTAGE. ICTORIAN RATES. -Letters. for every ioz., or fraction thereof 0 1 Urgent Letter-For each let ter (in additon to ordinary postage) .. o 4 Post Cards -. o I Reply Post Cards o 2 Letter Cards o ' i Registration Fee :: Q 3 Acknowledgement of aeiiyery,-,,, !; ot registered article .. . o^ -Packets. Commercial Papers, Primed Papers, maximum weight 5ib.. maximum dimensions 2ft. in length by ift. in width or depth, 2oz. or under . . .. o i Wholly Printed Matter, ex cept address, which may be in writing on exterior or cover of packet-For every 2oz. or under, up to sib. .. o f Patterns. Samples. Packets Merchandise, maximum rib.. not to exceed 2ft. x ift 2*)Z. cr under ....... -Newspapers. For each newspaper IOOZ ot under .. .. .. < Within the Commonwealth and Papua 40Z. or part oi 40Z .. o > Magazines and Publications not published in the Com monwealth o t Published within the Com n:on\vealth. 8oz . o t to Xcw eZaland, Fiji, New Hebrides and...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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RUSHED BY A BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

RUSHED BY A BULL. Two men had a narrow escapo from being- gored to death by an infuriated ball at Studlej' Park early on Thurs day morning. With a mob of cattle, the bull was driven on Wednesday nip;!it from Newmarket for a butcher living- at Box I-lill. At Studley Park the bull knocked up. and the drover turned it into the park adjoining the pumping station, intending to return for' it later in the morning. The watchman at the pumping sta tion is Mr. John MacNamara, of?.??.Park Terrace, Parkville. and when.he came off duty at 6 ami..' he was crossing the park on his waj^hanic,; when-the bull, without - any warning, -charged «him. MacNamara- ; endeavored , to . outpace' the animal; but with its >head: clown:it soon reachcd him, throwing/him.into the air. The bull continued on, and with his leg^baclly. cutiand liis-side in-, .hired, MacNamara was able to pick himself up and - escape aisecond, rush: He then went home. A short time later V'ictor -Surakowski.,;the fireman at the pump...

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FRIDAY'S STORM AT BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

FRIDAY'S '.-STORM AT BEND^GO *-: ~~~~ ' ? ? The cyclonic storm that, occurred at Bendigo on Friday 'Was''rinp'recedent-, ed in tiic>anna!s. of the city, and the damage done will - total thousands or pounds. Hailstones, as large as ap ples fell in some localities, while around the city ; hailstones like mar bles and lien's eggs were general. The quantity that fell can be guaged from the fact that no fewer than three drav loads of ice were taken from the roots of the City Market building at the corner of Hargreaves and Wil liamson streets. Men and beasts were badly- bruised from the falling hail, some rather severely. Mr Fred Bush, manager of Albert Bush's stores, had an exciting experi ence. One of the horses was on the point of-bolting, when Mr. Br.sh ran to it. and had to hold it for several minutes during the severest part of ! the storm. The hailstones had the~ effect of cutting him severely about the head, and he was glad to get un der shelter. The "Bendigo Advertiser" thus d...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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THE COMMITMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

THE COMMITMENTS. : Speaking at Prahran on Thursday, i the-Prime Minister said: "Wc are ac cused .by, Mr. Fisher of beingr extrava gant iii our expenditure. He says wc proposed to, spend £4.000.000 more than-the last Government. That is not .true. We propose to spend out of revenue*.£1.033.000 more than they did. . The reason is that we had to meet a lot of obligations they had left us. These items are: Old-agfe and in valid penisons, £215.000: , maternity bonus, £250.000;; interest,£60,000; payment to estates, £246,250; Prime Minister's department, £29,605; Pa pua, £25.125: Northern Territory, £S7,6I6; External Affairs department, -.£31,528; naval and military (not in cluding n>_\v works), £305.315: trade, and Cutsoms, £74,130; Postmaster General's department (not _ including new works), £581,347; Federal Capital (not including new works), £230,155': defence (not including new works and "material), £435,794; Post Office (new .works), £395,041; Kalgoorlie railway, £793,000; and ot...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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A REMARKABLE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

A REMARKABLE ACCIDENT. Several accidents of a more or less serious character occurred during Friday's storm at Bendigo. The worst one happened at Mr. H. Burridge's Beehive Cafe, when a young lady named Miss Lyla Stout. who was em ployed at the cafe, fell from the glass roof on lo the floor. a distance of about- fifty feet. 'Friday wasY Miss Stout's day off duty. After the storm the boots employed' by Mr. Burridge was engaged in sweeping the. hail stones off the glass roof. Miss Stout went to see what he was doing-, and was so much struck with the beauty of the scene that she went farther along the roof, at the same time in viting one of the other girls to go with her. The next thing that was heard was a loud crash and on hurry ing to the spot it was found that Miss Stout had fallen through thev glass roof on to the floor of the Mining, Ex change, forcipg1 her . way thorugh a blind and striking"the floor with her feet with such force" that one 01 her feet;; went ; tiira\i&'hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

Child Lay and Cried with Pain, Itching Dreadful. Unable to Sleep. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment, Clear of Skin Trouble, Marton, N. X.-"iUy little lu-ot'jcc's licad canic out in a sort of rash ami I:acl fostered heads ami the hair bo^an to fall out,-in. fact ho line] tv.-o bald spots, nob a, lniir , to bo soon. - IIo - .suffered"from this trouble for about eighteen months,- and I . rubbed tho Cuticura Okumenfc on tiio bald patclrcs and wUhin ten days tho lKur was ? growifig. aud now I ani pleased to say . tho liair on those spots in tho samo as,the other. Tlio:pcor littloi'ellov,- used to lie in bed and t cry with-tho pain, and tho itching was ;? dreadful and ho was u nablo to sleep. Wo ' had tried mother- remedies, ointments and -lotions,; etc., but of. no use, but since using Cuticura Ointment- and. Soap lie has boon clear of any sort of skin trouble. I used to rub .tho Cuticura, Ointment otvmy brother's > J lead and thou wash ity.with. the Cuticura, Soap. . . "V lion i know o...

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MR. SHORTILL ON JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

SHORTILL ON JUSTICES OF THE -PEACE. A discussion of the shortcomings of honornrj- justices 011 Thursday in troduced the first touch of light relief into the proceedings of the, A.N.A. Conference. Mr. 'Shortill (editor of the "Gisborne Gazette''), one ot the YVoodend delegates, when Coburg proposed that justices of the peace should be shorn of judicial powers, likened the proposal to that of a man who set fire to his barn to prevent a hen sitting on eggs. He suggested that, aspirants for the social distinc tion conveyed by the letters J.P. after their names .should be subjected to' educational tests. He Quoted in stances of ignorance. lie knew a man who had to preside at.an inquest on the body of; a woman who had I been found hanging in the kitchen. The magistrate decided that she had | died from natural causes. - He had! heard two lawyers arguing a point j which no one else in the court under-j stood. "You're wrong," interrupted one of the justices. "YVill you 'kindly point out wher...

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THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. A PLEASURABLE AND VARIED TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. A PLEASURABLE AND VARIED TOUR. . The"'.points of interest are so in numerable. and one's, experiences so varied and entertaining during-'a journey .to this fairy land of Victoria, that; the pleasure of ;its remembrance .should.live .long-in the hearts of those who.lliavc participated: in the delights" :of i^avivisitr to.;"Cunninghame,,known fani^iarly. as;the-rabo.dc'of . the travel- : ler, at Lakes Entrance. *' 51 The trip niay: be undertaken by the early imorningivtrain -froni the met'roT: poHs. theitrack-.v/inding. throughksomc: of&thc finest Gippsland- country .-These lands arc standing as a monument to :the;memories- of"those early, pioneers whose hearts were _ broken in ihc struggle to subdue them. The brave men . strove with the hope that -the .'earth might return'to them ' a .long continued /harvest in payment- for their honest toil. Few only of that" 'first -stocfc-survive but the lhqmory of those' departed and--the love, v/hicht'is: felt for th...

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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY, MAR. 31, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

IvYNETON, TUESDAY. MAE. :il, 1914 The Back Page.-A variety of in teresting paragraphs wili be found'on the back page, including The Com mitments, Rushed by a Bull. Mr. Shortill on Justices of the Peace, Staked by Cape Broom.-Web-footed Babies, etc., etc., and the Melbourne - and Bendigo Markets. Licenses Reduction. Boa^d. ^iThis: board has Vbe'c'n i-gafetted-:to. ' sir rat Kyneton on April15. . Fourteen ' ho tels in the Kyneton Licensing Dis trict have been listed for closing and aii the owners and licensees of these have been -summoned to attend the board to show cause why.their pre mises shoukl-not.be closed: Out of (he 14 it is certain that 11 will' be closed as that is the number in ex cess of the statutory .number in the Kj-neton district according1 to the i population statistics. The hotels lis ted for closing- in the Kyneton dis trict are the Railway Shire Arms, 1 Queens' Head. Court House, Mechan [ ics Arms. Commercial and _ View 1 Point at Kyneton: the Junction, at 1 West K...

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MIA MIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

MIA MIA. Cyclone at Wild Duck Creek.-A heavy thunderstorm occured through the district on Friday last.1 Shortly before midday a Rood downpour fell,, which :neasit re(1 32 points, but a much heavier downpour took place between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. when in forty min utes 104 points were recorded. A few light showers afterwards registered two points', making 138 points for the day. This rainfall did a vast amount ,' of. good in filling dams and water holes that had been dry for some time. Fortunately there -was.'.little wind with the storm, so no damage was caused in this district.' About eight miles away on the Heathcote road a cyclone wrecked the Kvneton Road school at -.Wild Duck Greek. The root" was stripped oft, the sheets of iron being carried some distance away, and the .walls- of the building were also damaged. A newly-erected shelter shed in the school ground was also blown over. A very large gum tree on the roadside was also .'-blown down, and had to be partly cleared away to al...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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HOSPITAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

HOSPITAL BAZAAR. -- The Kyncton District Hospital bazaar was concluded- on Saturday night with a most ' successful after noon and evening's rbusincss. The majority of the raffles-were drawn off,. The few that'remain- will be drawn at the picture show entertainment this week. 0.n the whole, the promoters of thebazaar.havegreat cause to con gratulate themselves on, their efforts. One- outstanding feature o. flhe !bazaar and one that will. make it- more than usually memorable in the history of K3'neton's efforts of a similar nature, is: the amount of voluntary labor that was performed .-.by~a.ll and sundry to aid the ^hospital. Many people who were unable to visit the sale worked hard at home making cakes, ice cream, sweets,, preserves, button holes. etc., etc., -and selling tickets outside in- order' to assist the funds. At 10 o'clock all the .goods were prac tically sold. -The likelihood of the ne cessity-of an auction salesdisappeared from vision very early in the day. The interest....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

Trade Addresses. © hath ?. Charms. tYSn * LATEST, and. BEST Songs & Instrumental Numbers. I^r- All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. PAXTON AND ALLAN'S POPULAR Sixpence Each.' COMMONWEALTH MUSIC BOOKS. At One Shilling. By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published Music. . \7%W fk MOUTH ORGANS in Great Vanety in Various Keys. Sena Your Order to ARMSTRONG B^OS. KYNETON. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR 15 STATIONERY AT ttMSTIMK tROS Ti^ey have the Best Assortment out of Melbourne WRITING TABLETS, in endless variety. YVH IT WORTH LINEN, white and blue; LINEN LAWN'. PARC i . \1ENT. VENEZIA, CAMBRIC MAJESTIC, THE WORLD. SPECIAL LINE, thin paper, extra strong. - : The Famed BELAIR. ruled vertically on one side", horizontally on tin other. Economical and elegant. ENVELOPES.-Whitworth Linen, Linen Lawn, Invicta, Eclipse. Countess. Ideal, Secretive, Campaspe, Clarence, Pence, etc., etc. LEGAL and' BUSINESS STATIONERY, quality Good, . Prices Low Resolve to Buy your DIARY for 1913 at once. ARMSTRONG BROS, h...

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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

^11.7--RE-.DIRECT Otv VICTORIA - Letters, packets, and newspapers are re-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addre-sees. All applica tions for re-direction must be written in ink and bear the signatures of the persons to whom the correspondence is directed, otherwise they cannot bf complied with , . Re-directed letters, packets, and newsapers re-posted by an agent ni the addresees after delivery, provide^ they are re-posted not later than t!v day (Sundays and Public Holiday not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened., are not chargeable with additional postage. Re-directed letters, packets am' newspapers which are re-posted late than the day after delivery will b» taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. An; which appear to have been opens'"' will be chargeable as freshly poster unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper* as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES Under 'he Postal Utiitjn rute? ? < direct...

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VISIT OF DAYLESFORD STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

..iVISIT; . OF DAYLESFORD (STUDENTS. - . On Salurdai -between 40 and 50 pu--1 pils . of th-,; Daylesford Higher E1q--; mentary; School" -visited Kyneton in /charge..of,two teachers, Mr. Hamilton ,and:l Miss ? Jukesr to try. conclusions -with, the,Kyneton High School boys in. cricket and the girls in baseball .roundels. jjln-the-morning the cricked match,,>Vcis played,- .resulting' m -as wm: for. Daylesford by an innings. -The I winning team played ia^splendid; garnet fteldmcvexcellently-Aand'-bowlinginand* ;keeping;- the-, wickets - like ^experienced; : adulls. After : the/match- an .'enjoyable ? lunch, provided by the K.H.S. boys, was'partaken of, and at 2 "'p.m. the locr-l boys had to report, for drill. Tht girls 'teams.' seven a side, then met for baseball rounders. "The visi tors- .were ..severely' handicappd- by -not* knowing the 'rules of the game, and the result was an casyv victory for vKyneton.-;-.-Subsequently^a /demonstra^ .tion match was plaj'ed by two Kyne .;tpn;:tea...

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COUNTERFEIT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

COUNTERFEIT ; MONEY. "Spurious coins (writes the "IvLA. Mail") are in circulation in Castle maine, and are daily being, detected at the bank counters. The coins-affect ed arc the sovereign half-sovereign, half-crown and florin. The counter feit gold coins are of excellent color, and the milling is good, but the ring is faulty, as idso is the weight. They bear King Edward's head and the date: of J904. The silver coins* have Queen Victoria's head. The half crown is very dull; looking, and is dated 1900, and the florin has the cross and crowns on the back. ,Thc public are warned to be careful, be fore accepting coins of the above de nominations."' Counterfeit money is in circulation tic Kyneton, as a florin was passed at. the bazaar, but on enquiry we learn that so, far no other counterfeit "coins have been presented at the Kyneton banks. Seam of Coal Discovered.-An im mense seanv of coal has,' been discov ered at Breeza, .near Quirindi. N.S. Wales. During boring operations the bore pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

Educational. Sacred Heart. Ladies' Collet ^CONVENT OF MERCY, A-f KYNETON. , . PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 1913." In -February one completed,Senior Public, .-.two matriculated, one ^com pleted Junior Public. . , v vIn December, four passed .;Jiinior Public; three obtained groups, .one: passed Senior Public. A total or 52 passes was obtained, with 11 distinctions.. - Pupils arc received, for Pianoforte, ? Singing, Violin.-Mandoline.::Haiuriony: . Sh.orthand. T.vncwritins; -Bookkeeping Drawing. Painting, and Physical Cul ture. SECOND TERM:. APRIL 21. 1914. Terms 011 Application to . THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. MESSRS. GEO.. THOS..- and .TAS. WILLIS beg to; intimate to the Pub lic of ICyneton and District that they ?have' TAKE.\T OVER THE BUSI NESS of the Father, Mr. G. W. WILLIS, Sen;, and request the con tinuance of the loyal support accord ed to their father during the last 15 years. ALL-ACCOUNTS OWING to Mr. Willis, sen.. MAY BE PAID at the MILL to the; New Firm, who will...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Retail Market. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. , -Retail -Market. March 2S.-Pork. Sd. to rod. per lb.: mutton, forequarters, 3Jd. to 43d.; hmdquartcrs, 4ld. to 6Jd.; chops, shl to Sid.; lamb, forequarters, 2/0 to 3/6 quarter; do., hindquarters, 4/6 to 5/6: roast beef, 4d. to gd. per lb.; beef steak, 5cl. to 6u.; best steak, rrd. Poul try.-Fowls. 6/ to 8/ per pair; geese. 10/ to 20./. Turkeys arc quoted at 25/ each. Cheese, pd. to 1/1 per lb.; eggs, special lines, up to 1/6 per doz.; but ter, r/4 per lb.: honey, 4d., to od.; bread, 6Jd. to ;d. per 4lb. loaf; bacon, od. to 1/1 per lb.; liams, 1/2 to 1/5; milk, 5d. per quart. . -Hay Market.-? March ^S.-The supply, of hay con tinues on the light,side, with good in quiry for sheaved sorts. Straw has been well_ supplied, with fair demand. Chaff is _in heavy supply, with good inquiry for prime samples. Quota tions: Manger hay. £4/10/ to £5; do. ' £-3 .to- £3/5// chaffing do., ^-/S/ to £2/10/: Victorian straw. . 2/6 to £2/5/: Tasmanian do.; £3 to £3/5/. -Potato Market...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS. Farm Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

THE MARKETS. liENDIGO MARKETS.' -Farm Produce. ..MarEli 28.-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 5/ per ton; whealen, £2/5/; wheal, 0/7 per "bush.; -oats, 1/8; straw, 25/ per ton; flour £8/15/; bran, £5/5/; " pollard, £5/5/; Cape barley, 2/3 per bushel; new potatoes, Carmcns. £6 to £6/10/ per ton; Pinkeyes, £5/5/ - to . £5/10/; onions. Brown Spanish, £7/10/ to £S; pickling onions, £7 to £7/10/. -Dairy and Garden Produce. March 28.-Factory bufter,' nrints, t/od to 1/2 per lb.; lumps, 1/0J to 1/2; seconds, 9d: to 9$d.; dairy biit . ter,> prime, iod.- to ;iid;;' niedium, ;8d: to 9d.; butter, lieated lots, down to 7d. per lb.; egg's, fresh, i'/'to 1/1; per dozen; preserved, lod. to lid.; new cheese, 6d. to 6id. per lb.: ma-' ' lured. 7d: to, 8d. per lb.; hams, lod. to 1 /; bacon. yd. to gd.; honey, 3d.; beeswax. 1/1 to 1/3. Poultry -Heavy weight gobblers. ' 25/ . , to : 35/ per pair; light, 16/ to 22/6; hens. S/6 to -12/6; poults, 10/ to 15/: geese.' 5/ to 6/; ducks, 3/6 to 5/; duckling's, 2/ to 4...

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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 31 March 1914

worfls -nui->T3.-SNTHAM. ' t ? Ifli s.^i -rf-i-_: - 1 Prize Awarded.- Our local station master, Mr M. Guinane has been noti tified that he has been awarded first prize- (£10) "^yji^ti^Lailwav Tbepart-,   mcnt for .omaJiifentli^tree grooving This is in coiin'ection with ;the|-,tr!ees planted on' the Trentham ..station grounds. Previously Mr.Guinane   was awarded two similar prizeswhilst; stationed at Lyonville, so his , conr tinued' success .in the: direction named is deserving of the highest commen dation: Friday's Storms. r Three .distinct thunderstorms occurred at Trentham last Friday. The total rainfall during the storms was 103 points, as much as 56 points -falling in about -eight minutes 0:1 one occasion. . The rain was very welcome, especially in con-" nection with the potato crops. Down; East Trentham and Fernhill way an extraordinarily heavy fall of hail took place, the hail being exceptionally large. The Storm at Woodend. - Three terrific thunde...

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