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IN MANY DISTRICTS.
Showers fell yesterday in many districts in tbo eastern bait of this State, and also at a few western localities. The rains continued on Monday over the coastline. At Sydney 44 points woro registered for tbo showers which fell during the 48 hours ended 9 a.m. on Mon- day. In tho metropolis the ralnclouds dis- appeared rapidly before noon. Tbe transfor; mation from wet and gloomy conditions to sunshine tended materially to add to the en- joyment of holiday-makers. Amongst tho heaviest rainfalls were Walcha 106 points, Grafton 84, and Armidale 79. Milparinka, in the extreme north-western district, got 26 points. The rains wero general over the coastal areas. The highest temperature at Sydney yesterday was 6C.0dog-a low regis- tration compared with some of the Septem- ber registrations.
Tho following are the records of rainfalls for tbe 24 hours ended 9 a.m. on Monday:
, , . , Points. Point«.
Adaminaby . 6 Lismore . 35
Albury . 2U Louth . 1
Armidale .\ 79
Balranald . 2 Baukstovvn .~ 0 Barmedman . 5
Barraba . 0 Ihitcniun's ii¿y .... 2
Bathurst . la Bendemeer . 47
Bingara . 4 Blackheath . 30 Blayney. IS
Bodalla . 5 Bourke ,. 16 Bundarra . 35 Booligal . 5
Burrowa . l8 ,, " Byrock .3 Murrurundi Byron Bay . D9 "?-.-'"
Camden . 12 Camden naven .... 22 Cape Hawke . 9 Carcoar .....' 15
Casino . 32 Cassills. 1 Clarence . 87
Cobar . ä Condobolin . S
Coolah . B Coolamon . 3 Coonamble . >! Cootamundra . 5
Cowra. 7 Corowa .I Cudgolllco . S
Dungog . 1:1
Manilla . Manning Heads
Marrickville . 1!) Marsdens
Monivea . 5 Milpuri._1 .. Molong .... Morangarell
Mossgiel . I.) Moss Vale
Mount Hope . i
Mudgee . 11 Mullumbimby . 33 Murrumburrah . 11
Dubbo . Euabalong . emmaville . 3
Forbes . ] Gabo Island .
Germanton . I Glen Innes . 4 Gongolgon .
Nambucca . 2S Narromine. 1 Newcastle . 11 Nimitybelle
Parkes . T Parramatta . Picton .
Quambone . Raymond Terrace Rockley . Scone . Singleton ........
Springwood . 40
Sydney . Ü
iifíf'Knd '".'.'.'.".".'.'.?.'. 17 Wagga
Hillston . 10
Ivanhoe . I) Inverell . 35 Jerilderie . 8 Jerry's Plains . _ 10
Junee. 10 Katoomba . .1!) Kempsey . 55 Ulandra . 17 Kurrajong . Ml
Lawson . 20
Tabulam . 40 Tamworth ...'.. G
Taralga . 15 Tarcutta . l8 Temora . * tenterfield . 25 Tilpa .'.. 5
Tocumwal . 3 ?Tumbarumba . 10
Tumut . 4 Tweed Heads . 75 Unira rie
Wellington . I)
Wentworth . 9
Wyong . IS Wilcannia . * s
Windsor . Í Wollongong . 13 Woolgoolga . 08
Wyalong . 13
Yass . m Young
At 3 p.m. on Monday it was showery at Braidwood, Inverell, 'Nimitybelle, and at a few other places. At Barraba a hailstorm occurred.
0 p.m.-Armidale 33 pointa. Barraba 45, Cooma 4,
BATtTtABA.-A terrific hailstorm was raging on Mon- day afternoon.
COItAKI.-Nice showers fell on Sunday, 35 points being recorded. Appearances point to more.
KEMPSEY.-A thunderstorm passed over on Monday, when 2S point» ol rain fell. This will have ibu effect of freshening the grass, and giving some water to
LITHGOW.-Twentv points of> rain were registered on Sunday and Monday.
MANILLA.-Stormy showers occurred, partial though very beneficial in the parts visited. *
MACLEAN.-Upwards o! an Inch of rain has fallen during tho last few days. It will greatly benefit the young potatoes and maize. 'Much -moro rain is re- quired for general purposes.
TILBA.-Nine points of rain fell on Sunday night.
T1JMBERRMBA.-A thunderstorm passed over the district on Monday morhing.