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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 April 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF* THE MARKETS. Bflveroff. Bank clearings lose f 1.450,000. ? ling- Wheat very flrm. Barley I Large Yellow ( 'orn higher. Feedataffs unchanged. Oats and Bye Sixteen failiir 8 las) week. The rain britr: tei - tilings considerably. Onions weak. Potatoes unchanged. Butter and Cl ? continue to decline. Eggs steady. Poultry scar, and high. ! ;,-an- in irom Winters. ? Acr. ancy figures, demand. frufts plentiful. moving off well, o onpts-of Coal. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of Aoßrcuir tire. Weather Bureau, San- Francisco, April 27. sp. m.— Weather conditions and general forecast: The pressure of the air continues below the nor mal throughout' the entire territory west of the Rocky Mountains, except along the Southern Cali fornia coast. These are the conditions which pro duce showery weather in the Pacific Coast States, and there is a tendency for increasing pressure over Washington and Oregon, but it is not yet suf ficiently marked to warr...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 April 1895

26 I "' '"' ' mmM "HMi"^^^"""""""^" l "" l^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ l^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Novelties in Neckwear for Extraordinary Values in r _^^ —^ J Ladies. Fine Silks. s^ /^ /^f M^, L^^a^S'K Perceive how we have "boiled down" price* in thls (f / I) X C V A 7£t^\ Chemisette,. Etc. First Counter. Left Center. Department. Kennedy's Goods must go at once- They will V M . ) < ( \ ) L'^V'CP SjJ: *. J^^ VAN DYKE LACE COLLARS, all new patterns, 8 qualities to(J»i.so probably go sooner than that at these prices. Plenty more \ 9 / J (^\^ \ /Tw / \L ■*&f^**"^% *'*^&^*~\ choose fr0m.. .25c, 35c, sOc, 75c. 95c, SI.OO, 9l.'4i> and tjpX \ \ I ilt I // // I^s*l s^2o» V\ ivMtA nint rnnffntß. blue canars', etc. Nothing morp stylish. t/O ALL SILK TWILLED INDrA. 22 inches wide, all popular shades- 9QC |v— s V \ ) V /jj j r^ j('IS / »^~f\ .!.. 1. • Each CRYSTAL SILK. 19 inches wide, an excellent heavy quality- O^C / /^ \v^^jf'^^''«P^7^ll^^aß^B^T' I -JcV^^ "decorations -•••• «i.OO an<l ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVH.-XO. 140. NEWS OF THE COAST. Mysterious Drowning of Dr. Burnett of Los Angeles. NEWS OF MARE ISLAND. A San Francisco Embezzler Captured by a Portland Detective. PURSUING CLE-ELTJM BANDITS. Arrest of an Alleged Incendiary at Modesto— Killed In a Pres cott Mine. LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 28.— The body of Dr. T. L. Burnett was found float ing in the stream which flows down Cold water Canyon, some miles from this city, at 11 o'clock this morning. He had been camping in the canyon for some days. The manner of his drowning is a mystery. Dr. Burnett was one of the prominent physicians of the city, the resident physi cian of the terminal railway and a man of means. WILL WALK TO BERKELEY. Scheme of Two Los Angeles Youths to Earn Money for a College Course. LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 28.— Louis E. Beers and V. Sumner Hughes, two young men who will enter the University of California in August, start from this city to-morrow to walk to Berkeley, expecting to earn enough on the way to ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

2 FAIREST PLEASANTON. One of the Thriving Towns of Liver more Valley. ITS GREAT STOCK FARMS. Rich Soil and Good Cultivation Characteristics of the County. VINE- COVERED COTTAGE HOMES Hops and Sugar Beets, as Well as Cereals and Fruits, the Products. PLEASANTON, Cal., April 28.—"Solo mon in all his glory was not arrayed" as are the wall-like hills of beautiful Niles Canyon, covered as they are to-day with the regal wild poppy. It is surely the SOME OF THE K-EPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS OF PLEASANTON. flower of California, but vhen the bill is passed by the legislators decreeing it such let be under the simple understandable name "wild poppy." The ugly name eschscholtzia was the cause of Governor Budd's pocketing the late session's bill on the subject, but it is with the fair valley of Livermore that this article deals. About an hour's ride from the Oakland mole through picturesque Niles Canyon— which is always tilled with campers and tourists during the summer months — past lovely Sunol an...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

READY TO BOMBARD. Fire Will Be Opened on Corinto Unless Cash Is Paid. THE BRITISH ULTIMATUM ■ — ' Offers of Assistance From Neighboring Republics Are Not Accepted. NICARAGUA MAY YET COMPLY. Minister Guzman Has No Informa tion Beyond the Fact That the Port Is Closed. WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25.-The State Department has been advised that the British will bombard Corinto unless the $75,000 is paid. The dispatches received by the Asso ciated Press to-day from London and Costa Rica throw additional light on the attitude of the administration in regard to the Nicara^uan incident. It is evident that both the United States and the Cen tral American Republics were anxious to secure a peaceful settlement of the diffi culty by the payment of the indemnity demanded by Great Britain for the expul sion of Pro-Consul Hatch. President Yglesias of the Republic of Costa Rica, if the cable advices are correct, offered to contribute a portion of the money, while the State Department here, through Ambas...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

4 WEEKLY FRATERNAL INDEX Proposed Consolidation of the Local Chevras Into One Body. ACTIVITY AMONG WORKMEN. Odd Fellows' Day Was Generally Celebrated Throughout the State. Official Ajsesimexit Taole. Xjinc. . 2 II 5 ? s o - > - '■" i I O 9 s o O ! I | a 5-= 35 \.Lof H Ml 35 Apr. l:Apr. ?•< K.L. ofJI. 1 '337 38 39 Mav 1 2Uy 3! ['hOHfcn . rteada 241 Apr. lApr. 3< .iiosfn Friends. ... 242 Apr. ]sMay 3! Knights Of Honor.. 429 30 31'Apr. llApr. 'A K.andL.ofH ... ;t,« 10 11 A] r. llApr. S( of the G. E 92 93 94 'Apr. 1 i: I ' S'atlonalL'nion | " 163;Apr. 10 Mir V [Official assessment notices of any legitimate fraternal society will be published tree of cost in above table. Send tliein, with any other Matters of importance, by Friday, addressed Fraternal Societ] Editor Jlgesln'g Call, ian i ntiic;fcco.] Degree of Eoacr, A. 0. U. V. The Degree of Honor wes ( - to rye ■ United Worli c comp osed of gen!ien> SOME OF THE OFFICERS OF THE GKAIiD L.ODQE, DEGHtEf! OF HONOR, A. O. U. W. t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS N. A. Brittain Loses His Suit Against the Bank of Savings. SALVATIONISTS AEE WARY. No Street Preaching Yesterday-Ar ranging for the Fabiola Fete. After being out all night the jury in the ii against the Oakland Bank of Savings yesterday rendered a ver dict in favor defendant. The case, which had been on trial before Judge Ellsworth for nearly a month, ex cited much attention, both on account of the prominence of the party involved and tots at issue. .several years ago Brittain assigned $20, --• rth of Bank of California stock to Arthur W. Bowman, who was at that time c tor in the Oakland Bank of Savings. He gave the stock as security for a loan ■ he Oakland corporation, and shortly after went into insolvency. Brittain made a demand on the bank for the stock, but the corporation had in the meantime sold it, and denied Brittain's right to its return. The plaintiff then assigned his claim to Frank Allync, who brought suit and at tempted to have the case tried In the...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »6 per year by mall; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— *I. SO per year. WEEK LV CALL-H.50 per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALX. (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Khinelander building, Rose and Duane streets, New York. MONDAyT APRIL 29, 1895 Enterprise is a form of morality. No sooner did the heavens begin to weep than the people began to smile. Every new improvement adds to the value of every previous improvement. An honest debt of the City must be paid and honest men will find away to pay it. The Nicaraguans have made Dame Bri tannia think that it is about time for her to Bit down and comb the hayseed out of her hair. England may encounter a pin if she sits on the chair which Nicaragua left at Co lin to. There is no longer a Walker to straighten things out in Nicaragua, but Joaquin Mil ler is still left to us. This is a State of marvels, for last Friday and S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

MONDAY.... "'■■■■■ APRIL 297T895 OITY NEWS IN BRIEF. James E. Mills lectured on "Christian Eco nomics" last night. The Montana silver statue is on free exhibi tion at the Maze to-day. The Corinthian Yacht Club squadron took a cruise yesterday to Vallejo. The Presidio cricket team defeated the Cali lornias yesterday by a score of 140 to 57. The forecast for to-day is: "Fair; slowly rising temperature; fresh northerly winds." The tine weather yesterday brought the rifle men in great numbers to the ranges across the bay. A rich deposit of petroleum has been discov ered on the Alden tract in Contra Costa County. The Columbian Pistol and Rifle Club con tested yesterday for the Kuhnle, Glindennann and Blanding medals. The funeral services over the remains of the late Abraham Powell were held in Masonic Temple yo.-terday afternoon. The foreman of the conservatory in Golden (,h.o Park is fostering some very rare orchids xico and some from Borneo. J. Jones, the Australian handball champion, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

8 SAN FRANCISCO -CALL." BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Frr.r.ciscoCAM— 7!(l Market street, open until 12 o'clock every uicht In the year. BRANCH OFFICES— S3B Montgomery street, corner Clay: open until 0:30 o'clock. 339 Haves street, open until B:SO o'clock. 717 Larkin street, open until 0:30 o'clock. sw. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open until 9 o'clock. 2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock. 316 Ninth street, open until 0:30 o'clock. NOTICE OF 3IKKTINGS. rs> OCCIDENTAL LODGE. No. 22, F • tfeS^andA. M., will meet THIS iMON- DAY) EVENING, 7:30 o'clock. Third de-TCTT gree. By order of the W. M. /\j^\ * ■ H. A. JONES, Secretary. ■f— KING SOLOMON'S LODGE, No. j* tr-ii' 260, F. and A. M., corner Geary and __^V_ Steiner sts.— CaliPd meeting THIS (MON-^!_x DAY) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock for th!rd'V x decree. By order of the M uster. HARRY BAEHR, Secretary. JFpsp MORSE LODGE No. 357, I. O. O. __ L&f3s' F.— Officers and members of this __Nk_ lo.i^ are notified to meet in the ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. T>OVEE, TOY- * CO., - -. - - REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 19 MONTGOMERY STREET. <3t9ftOO 3 FLATS NORTH OF MARKET C*-C)UU. St.; rents $348 a year. $1 7 P\oo BUSINESS CORNER ON HOW- C i i .t)UU. ard st., near 3d; stores and flats; rents $1632 a year. <2» X9KO NEAR JONES AND CALIFORNIA ij'O—.tnf . sts.: 2 flats; rents $44 per month; splendid view ; always rented. , • C* 9000 COTTAGE IN choice LOCATION 0 — UUU. in Mission; must be sold; bargain; small amount of cash needed. iron EXCHANGE— II LOTS EXCELSIOR J; Homestead, value $3000, for city improved: will pay $2000 cash. V 1 9 000 SOB HILL HOME— JONES ST., I <J)Iii.UUU. near Sacramento; newly painted, • papered and decorated throughout; excellent loca- : tion; choice surroundings. QOOO KENTS $970 A YEAR; LOT 25x120 OvUl/V/. to rear street: two frontages; central downtown location on Pine st.; good Improve- ments. <"» "Win R^NTS $660 A YEAR; STORE iJ)U«Jvv. and flats: Minna st., near 3d. © (1 7 '^O RENTS $53 A MO...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 April 1895

10 THEIR TENET, CELIBACY Missionary Dowe Is Here Or ganizing a Community of Shakers. All THINGS IN COMMON. Curious Ideas of the Origin of Sin and the Means of Re demption. There are only two Shakers on the Pa cific Coast, and one of them, Arthur W. Dowe, is in this city earnestly engaged in an endeavor to organize a Shaker com munity. The other is Sister Cornelia Powers, who is working on a similar line in San Diego. Brother Dowe's mission is the result of express instructions from the Shaker society at East Canterbury, New Hampshire, where there have been some revelations, he says, from the spiritual world to the effect that such a society would be started on the coast. Brother Dowe is a firm believer in these revelations. The Shakers are a peculiar, a very pe culiar, people. Just what would become of the human race if all were to become A. W. Dowe. Shakers is a problem difficult of solution. They are absolute celibates, are most pronounced and practical communist*, and revere the ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 14}. PACIFIC COAST NEWS Working to Secure a Salt Lake-San Diego Railroad. SUICIDE AT PALO ALTO. Death of Antone Martinez, the Oldest Native Son in California. SACRAMENTO RIVER RISING. The Carson Mint Case-Funeral of Irving Mills— Fatally Burned at Los Angeles. SAN DIEGO, Cal., April 29.— The propo sition to build a railroad from Salt Lake to flagstaff, down to the junction of the Salt and Verde, thence branching south to Kogale? and west to San Diego, was made public to-night by Mayor Carlson in a message to the Council. The Arizona Central Railroad Company and the Hudson Canal Company are be hind the project. They ask San Diego to co-operate with the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, and have arranged a meeting to be held at San Francisco on Thursday, between representatives of Salt Lake, San Francisco. Arizona and San Diego. The Council appointed Mayor Carlson, I*. B. Grant Jr. and Alderman S. J. Sill a com mittee to represent this city. IXTEJiRED AT SACRAMEXTO. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 April 1895

2 STOCKTON BRIBERY. Charles Ward on Trial for Using Money to Corrupt. CASH PAID FOR A VOTE. Said to Have Purchased the Support of Supervisor Brown. EVIDENCE OF AN ARCHITECT. He Claims to Have Paid $1000 to Secure the Adoption of His Plans. STOCKTON, Cal., April 29.— The trial of Charles H. "Ward, charged with giving a bribe to James H. Brown, a member of the Board of Supervisors of this county, was commenced in Judge Smith's court to-day. Ward, together with Dr. C. H. Bulson, a prominent young physician of this city, was indicted by the present Grand Jury for using money to influence the vote of Brown in behalf of the plans submitted by Architect George Rushforth for the new County Hospital at French Camp. This is the first case of the kind that has ever occurred in this county, which has been remarkably free from corruption, and great interest is naturally taken by the public in the outcome of the trial. Some sensational developments are anticipated before the case closes. Architec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 April 1895

VOORHEES ON SILVER Indiana's Senator Fa vors Free Coinage of the Metal. LAW AS IT WAS PASSED. It Should Be Turned Out in the Same Manner as Gold Is Now Handled. ENDEARED TO THE PEOPLE. He Thinks Little Patience Remains for Those Who Slander the Sound Money. WASHINGTON, D. C, April 29.-Sena lor Voorhees, chairman of the Finance Committee, to-day gave a Call correspon dent an expression of his views on the free coinage of silver. His attitude has been misrepresented, but his interview to day shows that he favors free coinage at a ratio of 16 to 1, whether an inter nationai agreement is had or not* He says an international agreement is not essential. "I have never been willing to admit that our system of currency should be dictated by England and other foreign countries, and I repel that idea now. Tne law repealing the 'Sher man act as it was amended in the Senate, and as it then passed both houses of Con gress and was approved by the President, commits the ldgislative and executive br...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 April 1895

4 £^i/' : -/ NEW TO-DAY—DRY GOODS. • SPECIAL OFFERINGS — op — STYLISH DRESS FABRICS! As a perusal of the following sample items will show, Dress Goods buy- ers are offered extraordinary Inducements this week throughout our Peerless New Stock, which includes everything imaginable In weaves, designs, colorings and effects, all offered at PRICES THAT ARE REYOAD COMPETITION. COLORED DRESS GOODS. At 25 Cents. 140 pieces 38-INCH ALL-WOOL CHEVIOTENE SCOTCH SUITING in new and staple mixtures, regular price 40c ; will be offered at 25c a yard. At 30 Cents. 88 pieces 38-INCH FIGURED DRESS GOODS, in bright and medium colorings, value for 40c, will be offered at 30c a yard. At 33 Cents. 92 pieces 3S-INCH HEAVY ALL WOOL NOVELTY SUITING, elegant designs and colorings, extra value for 50c, will be offered at 35c a yard. At $1.00. 42 pieces 42-INCH FINE ALL WOOL CREPON SUITING, newest colorings, extra value for f 1 50, will be offered at $1 a yard. At £1.25. 34 pieces 44-INCH SUPERB ALL-WOOL FRENCH...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 April 1895

OUT AT THE RACETRACK Raphael and Kathleen Fin ished First at Surprisingly Long Odds. MIDAS PUT UP A GOOD RACE. Blizzard, an Even-Money Favorite, Had a Hard Time Downing Tar and Tarter. Sam Hildreth will train but one portion of the Baldwin string. With any sort of a ride Dara should have ■won her race, shepard still has much to learn In the art of riding. Btretch runners fared poorly yesterday. The horse that went out from the jump and se cured the path was the one that got the coin. Ed Purser bet $1000 on Thornhill as soon as the odds were posted against him but later put a bet on Midas. The second thought was a good one. Blizzard pulled up very lame, but it is said this ailment is always more pronounced when the brown horse is tntered in a selling race to be Bold for $400. After perusing a few pages of chapter I of the dope book Ed Purser concluded to put a few stray dollars on Raphael, which proved a very profitable investment. Notwithstanding the many outsiders that won yesterda...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 April 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— 4B per year by mail ; by carrier, 15c j>er week. SUNDAY <'AT.L-$1.50 per year. "WEEKLY CALL— «I.SO per year. The Eastern office of the BAN FRANCISCO CALL ( Dai'y and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and Duane streets, New York. TI'KSDAV". APRIL SO, 1895 The dollar limit is played out. Concentration of effort is what is needed now. Since the rain the revival is fresher than ever. We cannot ran the City Government on promises to pay. If the bimetallists stick together the gold men will be stuck. The City is confronted by a necessity that knows no law. Now is the time for San Francisco to •ehovr her resources. Wherever there is a just debt there is an honest way to pay it. The Illinois Democrats are evidently trying to put a hoodoo on silver. There are men who will never care for you unless you are careless of yourself. The Cuban revolution may be sawing \rood ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 April 1895

TUESDAY APRIL 30, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BEIEF. Fair weather and nearly stationary tempera ture to-day. For condensed city upvts read the seventh page of the Cam. Brief city items are to be found on this page qf the Call every day. Local items, bright and brief, can be found on this page of the Call every day. The United States Circuit Court of Appeals handed down three decisions yesterday. The inquest on the death of Blanche Lamont hss been postponed until to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock. At an inquest yesterday the Coroner's jury criticized the Union-street cable-car guards as being insufficient. From the Call's staff of artists to the salon of the Champs Elysees is a natural step, as Jules E. Pages has shown. Steve Vulorivich, a hanger-on around the rta, was arrested yesterday on a charge of i'etty larceny. Tiipe-tables of the railroad companies are ed tree of charge in the Call for the accommodation of the public. jr.. 3. Jeffries explained his plan of co-opera tion as a means to reli...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 April 1895

8 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SU3IMARY OF THE MARKETS. Flour advanced 16c. Wheat very firm. Silver declined. Barley held rather higher. Oats offering freely. Corn rather easier. Buckwheat dull. Hay continues weak. Beans dull. Coffee generally slow. Petroleum, Gasoline and Benzine all lower. Grain Bags continue to advance. Prunes dropping badly everywhere. Citrus Fruits dull and easy. Light arrivals of Vegetables. Potatoes and Onions weak. Butter. Cheese and Kggs uncnanged. Poultry nominal. Mexican Dollars lower. ■ . ' WEATHER BUREAU KEPOKT. T*nitet> States Depaktjcent of Aqbicdi/- VDBK. Weatheb Bureau, Sax Fbancisco, April 29, 5 r. m.—Weather conditions and general forecast: Fair weather prevails throughout the territory west of the Rocky Mountains, except in Southern Xdaho and Northern Utah, where light rain has fallen. The temperature is rising slowly In the in terior of California. Conditions are favorable for a continuation of fair weather. Following are the seasonal rainfalls to da...

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