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MUNDARING WEIR OVERFLOW
' '? ? ?-: .:.-. .;??!-.'.'.-: -; ?:?.-?/.??/* ?-.? ? . .' : ?« i'-.v ?-. h ?/'/.? Considerable ?satisfaction . has , been ex^ pressed, by the Railway Department:, at^thei patronage :aceordcd the Sunday, excursions arranged to -Mundariiig- Weir. '.- ; On 'Sunday last what . constitutes r» record '.-foi* the .-last/ four years-, was established, - when/ 900; pas- - s.cngers travelled t.o the/ Avetr to witness the inspiring sight : of .' thousands of tons of.' water cascading over the- wall of. the Ayeir. The record for the post-war vears occur-?
red in- 1922, ^vhen 1,224 passengers travel led, the best previous figure - being ? 1,165 passengers. in 1921. But on-each of these, occasions the .records were ?.-established ,in September, and- tlic department/is optimis tic that the record for 1922' will be eclipsed next month, ' Avhen . the weather, conditions should be far more settled than they have been to date: ;??.?? ??:?'? ?'.-?? - The Commissioner of Raibvays ? an nounces^ that an| excursion, train Avill run: to Mundaring Weir on Sunday next, August 15. The recent heavy rains have made the weir ' a sight worth seeing and the countryside ? at ?. present looks beautiful. The train .will leave Perth at 10 .45 ? a.m., and return ex;weir at -4. 0; p.m.; v.s Avill be., seen from railway . advertisement in this issue. ..-.-??: ? ' :