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The March" Lion."


The March" Lion." PEOPLE PANIC STRfCKEN. TREES UPROOTED AND SHOWERS OF TILES. On Sunday last the March "liou had a fine old- time of it. The gale which wrought such terrible havoc in some parts of the county had it's full fling, also in our little town, but fortunately the damage done was not of a very serious nature. Chimney pots- and iiles were, however, taken away in many places* and a couple of houses in Windsor Road, almost had their roofs carried away. A huge tree in Stan well-• Road, was uprooted, levelling the boundary wall, and falling across the road smashed the wooden railings which fence in the quarry opposite the Council offices. A young man pasing only a moment before noticed the stones of the paving baing lifted as ho walked over them, and had only gone about twenty yards when the tree fell- Some men employed by the Esta 3 were soon summoned to the spot, and they at once cut the tree up so as lJ prevent traffic being interfered with. At the Congregational Chapel Windsor Road, a portion of the iron roof was carried away, and the noise as those sheets flapped to a-id fro before being wrenched quite off can b better imagined than descried. The people at en ling service were panic stricken, and though an effort was mada to conclude the service in an orderly manner, it was useless, for during the singing of a hymn there was such a terrible rattle and noise, that the people, fear- ing the building was coming down, made a stampede, leaving the chapel for home as soon as possible, wish faces as white as a sheet." The Trinity Wesleyan chapel was but little better off. Here the Rev. J. D. Stevens tried to proceed with his discourse, but he, like the members of the congregation, became terribly alarmed, and suddenly closed the Bible saying, We will go home. Messrs Escott and Ford secured the loose sheets of iron on the roof of the Congregational Church during the afternoon, and the evening service was held as usual.

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