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- (continued from previous page)To see a ring around the moon is the sign of a storm.
When we hear the crows making a lot of noise and flying about it is a sign of a storm.
To hear the ducks and geese making a lot of noise through the night is the sign of a storm.
When we see a mist coming up Lough Swilly it is a sign of good weather and when we see a mist going down the Lough is the sign of bad weather.
27th May 1938 (Compiled by school children)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Local heroes.
There was a man by the name of Boyle, Glenalla, Rathmullen, Co Donegal. He mowed three acres in a day. He went to Letterkenny and said that the men were no good there. He bet that he would mow five acres and he won the bet and did it. He never could mow any after. He lost all power of himself.
27 May 1938Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.