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. ?AINBOW. (FROMI OUR coRRESPOYDDENT) People are getting anxious about the long spell of dry weather we are at pres ent experiencing. A meeting is to be held to agitate to get the water trains to run again. -Seeding-operations are being seriously interfered with, many farmers expect to have to put the seed in all over again, some having as many as 400 acres sown. In spite of this condition of affairs, our young folk dent hesitate about getting married. Two-couples took advantage of the Rev. Fiddion's presence in the town ship to-day, to enter into the holy bonds etc. They were'nt allowed to forget the fact, as a small army of tin-kettler's made the night hideous with their clamour. After-being treated to refreshments, how ever they dispersed. Much simpathy has been expressed with three highly respected residents of our district in the loss of their children. I refer to Mir.'and Mrs Stinchcombe whose little boy, 10 months old, died'last week. dMr. and Mrs Albt. Wedding and Mr. and Mrs G. Hoflmana, who have also sustained a like bhereavment.