PHENOMENAL HEAT. ELEVEN MORE DEATHS. BOURKE HOSPITAL CROWDED. BRISBANE, WEDNESDAY. The weather was exceedingly oppressive to-day, the register being the highest on record for the summer. High temperatures prevailed through the colony, the principal being — Thargomindah and Cunnamulla 113, Bolton 112, and Issoford 110. Roma reports that all the crops are withering, while a Thargomindah telegram states that five more sudden deaths have occurred in the district, and are attributed to the heat. SYDNEY, WEDNESDAY. At Bourke the thermometer to-day registered 120 in the shade. Almost all business except in the hotels has been sus- pended, but heavy clouds are now hanging about, and hopes of rain are entertained. Two more deaths are reported, and four during last week at Gandooka. Many persons left Bourke by special excursion trains this morning. The hospital is crowded.