Inigo Jones’s Forecast

  ‘Inigo Jones’s Forecast,’ Wodonga and Towong Sentinel, 26 January 1940, 2. Transcript: In a forecast bulletin issued by Mr Inigo Jones… the prediction is made that drought conditions will prevail until April, 1940, that there will be thunderstorms and heavy rains in late March and April; that there will be heat waves early in

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The Drought

  ‘The Drought,’ Australian Star, 29 April 1902, 6. Transcript: The continued drought has caused the Albury station yard to have quite an animated appearance this week from the increased amount of labour that is being employed in consequence of the hundreds of tons of chaff and compressed hay arriving from Ballarat, Wangaratta, Benalla, Kyneton,

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Hottest Day

  ‘Hottest Day this Summer at Albury,’ Border Morning Mail, 20 November 1944, 2. Transcript: At 2 o’clock this morning the temperature was 97 degrees. On Saturday the maximum temperature at Albury was 97.2 degrees. A crowd of more than 1000 was at Morwell Pork during the afternoon. At night when there was no relief

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