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HEAT WAVE OF 1896 114 DEGREES AT BOURKE FOR PERIOD OF SIX WEEKS MAXIMUM OF 128 DEGREES

8 February 1929, Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), page 3

114 DEGREES AT BOURKE FOR PERIOD OF SIX WEEKS MAXIMUM OF 128 DEGREES. In 1895 at Bourke there were 66 deaths from heat apoplexy over a period of six weeks, during which time the heat was never under 114 degrees shade heat- and, what was worse, never under 100 degrees at night (says the “Western Age’*). The maximum temperature recorded under true shade conditions was 128 degrees.…

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THE WEATHER Renmark Records for December

1 February 1929, Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record (Renmark, SA : 1913 - 1942), page 7

…Interestingly, the station commenced in 1889 but only data since 1957 is shown. I know that a Stevenson Screen was being used in Renmark in 1929. Report this 4 0…