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RECORD FOR SOUfH WALES.

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RECORD FOR SOUfH WALES. DRIEST SEPTEMBER SINCE 1865. South Wales rainfall statistics show that the month which has just ended has been the driest September experienced in the district since 1865. The rainfall in Cardiff, as taken at the Cardiff Metrorological Station at Penylan, was '18 of an inch, and of this total a considerable proportion must be represeuted by dew, for on the last night of the month the dew represented a deposit of '01. The rainfall at Llanishen was -19 of an inch, and at the Beacons -91 of an inch. The Corporation rainfall records at Lisvane have been taken since 1864, and these show that in September, 1865, the rainfall there was -11 of an inch. On only three occasions since has the rainfall for the month of September been less than an inch, and that was in the years 1888, 1906, and 1907, but on each of those occasions it ex- ceeded three-quarters of an inch. It is worthy of note that during the past 35 years there have only been four drier months than that which has been concluded. These months were as follows :-1870-April, -15 1893-April, -18 1895—February, -15; 1905—May, '08.

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