They could at least weatherboard them and make them more comfortable.
Some of them had weatherboard houses but the majority of them was log houses.
Far otherwise is it with a weatherboard building overtaken by the same fate.
weatherboard—that is, planks overlapping each other—was formerly much used for house-fronts, and possessed great durability.
Nearer to the station cluster the weatherboard business places of the little township of Burunda.
In the middle of the day we baited our horses at a little inn, called the weatherboard.
There was nothing royal, or even comfortable, about this weatherboard and iron inn, except its name.
From the outer wall projected a weatherboard under-roof, and beneath this were seated forty heavily-ironed convicts.
The new edifice, he said, must be built of weatherboard and iron.