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THE NARRABRI CYCLONE.

TERRIFIC FORCE OF THE WIND.

EXTRAORDINARY FALL OF HAILSTONES

ESTIMATED DAMAGE, 3000

NARRABRI, Monday

Further particulars to hand show that the cyclone did great damage outside of Narrabri  

J Stoltoubcrg's vineyard was totally destroyed

R Vincent had 58 sheep killed by hail, and many ttlifis report similar los«cs

W Hinds was sovorely iii|ured no was driving icross Galathera Plum in i sulky, w Inch w as hurled ?Aith considerable force against i lenco Ho was ren- dered unconscious, mid w hen discovered found that the hailstones had almost comiiletely covered Ins body

Mrs J Smith, of Nowtown, also received beveie injiines thtough bung struck with filling Innbti 'ihous^nds of trees wero upiootod

n.t West NTarribn great damage was also done, nntiv houses being unroofed

A double cattlo truck was shifted from the rails at that pi ice, also another tiuek

All Iho sheds and outhouses at Killarney Station

suffered moro or less

It is cstun itcd that the damage dono by the storm «vill amount 'o L 000

During the cyclone, which only lasted about five Dunlite«, áS points ol min fell

Iclcgriph communication was greatly interfered with tho lines being down in ni my places

Hie w e ilher to day is cool

Hie Inspectoi-Gcneral of Police vest« day received ft wiro staling that, in accordance with tho instruc- tions fiom the Chief Secretan inquines weie being niiiile with the oli'oct of assisting any lesideuts wh i liad b en left destitute by the icrent ey clone

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