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FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND GENERAL PRODUCE EAST-END MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND GENERAL PEODUCE EAST-END MARKET The following were the wholesale eruc tations of produce at yesterday morn tag's market:— Artichokes, 2/ a dozen lb.; asparagus, Sd. to 6d. a bundle; beans (French), 2/ to 3/ a dozen lb.; beetroot, 1/ a dozen; cabbages, 4/ a dozen: do. (red). 5/ a dozen: do. (Savoy), 4/ a dozen; carrots, 1/6 a dozen bunches; cauliflowers. 8/ a dozen; celery, 3/ a dozen heads; chillies, 7d. a lb.; cucumbers, 1/ a dO7fn; do. (apple). 6d- a dozen; horse radish. 1/ a lb..- garlic 7d- a lb.: leeks. 2/ a dozen: lettuces, 1/ a dozen; mar joram. Sd. a dozen bunches; mint, 6d -a dozen hunches; onions, 6/ a cwt.; do. -gieen). 8d. a dozen bunches: do. (pick ling). 12/ a cwt.; parsley, 8d. a dozen bunches; parsnips, 1/6 a dozen bunches; peas. 7/ to 8/ bushel; potatoes, 5/ to 6/ a cwt.: pumpkins. 6/ a dozen; radishes. 8d. a dozen bunches; rhubarb, 9d. a dozen lb.: do. (cherry). 9d. a dozen lb.; sage. 8d. a dozen bunches; shalots, 6d. a lb.: spinach, 3/ a doze...

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BAN ON AUSTRALIAN SILVER CURRENCY No Significance in South African Decision Canberra, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

BAN ON AUSTRALIAN SILVER CURRENCY No Significance in Soldo African Decision Canberra^ FebniflTV 27. No significance is attached officially to the cabled statement that South Africa bad placed a ban on Australian silver currency. Tn Australia the circulation of foreign currency is prohibited, and, in taking a similar step. South Africa, would be merely following the practice in all countries. The reason for this action is that the circulation of foreign silver interferes with the local currency, and corres pondingrly reduces the profit to the Tieasury. ^

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FRUITGROWERS' AND MARKET GARDENERS' ASSOCIATION NEW MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

FRUITGROWERS' AND MARKET GAS DENERS' ASSOCIATION NEW MARKET The following were the wholesale quota tions or produce at yesterday morning's market:— Vegetables — Beans (French) 3' a dozen Ib.: beetroot, 1/ to 1.6 a dozen cabbages. 2' to 4/ a dozen; capsicums 6d- a lb.; carrots. 1/6 to 2/ a dozen bunches; celery, 3,' to If a dozen h^ads; cHillies, 6d. a lb.: cucumbers. 1/ to 1/6 a dozen; do. (apple), 6d. to Sd. a dozen; horseradish, 1/ a lb.; garlic, 7d. a lb.; laeks. 2/ a dozen; lettuces. 1/ to 1/6 a dozen; marjoram. 9d. a dozen bunches; mint, 6d. a dozen bunches; onions, 5/ to 6/ a cwt.; do. (pickling), 10/ to 12/ a cwt.; parsley, 9d. a dozen bunches: parsnips, 1.-6 to 2/ a dozen bunches; peas. 8/ to 9/ a bushel; potatoes. 5/ to 6/ a cwt.; pump kins. 6/ a dozen: radishes, 9d. a dozen bunches; rhubarb, Sd. to 1/ a dozen ib.; sage, 9d. a dozen bunches: slialots, 7d. a Ib.; spinach. 3, a dozen bunches; tjyjne. 9d. a dozen bunches; t?niatoes. 3/ to V a case; trombones, 4/ a cwt.; vege t...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WHEAT The Government Statist's December esti mate of the 1930-31 season's wheat crop in South Australia Is 35.400,000 bushels. Of this, 7,000,000 bushels wlU be required for food and seed (4,000,000 bushels for seed, and 3.000.000 bushels for food and feed purposes), leaving an exportable sur plus of 28,400,000 bushels. Shipments to date since December 1. the opening of the export year. Including flour, aggregate 7.537,016 bushels, leaving approximately 20,862,984 bushels yet to be shipped. This Is exclusive of the estimated carry-over (wheat and flour) from the last season* which was about 1,702,897 bushels.

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Advertiser Crosswords—7 THE CLUES ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

Advertiser Crosswords~7 THE CLT7ES ACROSS 1. Course. 7. Decisive. 14. Rising. 15. Set free. 16. Partly cover 18. Meals. 19. Bird. 20. Stay. 22. Plates. 23. Tree. 24. Color. 26. Anger. 27. Slattern. 28. Fruit 30. Puzzle. 31, Sandheap. 52. Of a basil ica. 34. Lawyer. 37. Vetoes. 38. Vessel. 40. On. 42. Teams. 43. Tribe. 44. Edge. 46. Vehicle. 47. Deletes. 48. Glides. 51. Permit. 53. Divide. 54. Can bn tuned. 66. Narrative. 58. Exaltations. 59. Council. 60. Told. 61. Hardened. DOWN 1. R e m o n» a trance. 2. Feaster. 3. Late. 4. Musical In strument. 6. Measure. 6. Pierce. 7. Tree. & Not up. Solution No. € 9. Lukewarm. 10. Periods. 1L ilake. IS. Speaks. 13. Tenants. 17. I^awnlns. 2L Of king tilling. 25. Saviour. 28. Fetes. 29. Situations. 30. Equality. 32. Morass. 33. Lettuce. 34. Coin. 35. Cut. 30. That which bursts. 37. In name only. 38. Of the pal ate. 39. Wrapped- 4L Small pill. 43. Fret. 45. Charge TFitb debt. 49. Facts. 50. Fruit. 52. Try 55. Limit. 57. Kind of spring. ? A...

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EAST END MARKET COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

EAST END MARKET COMPANY At a. meetln gon Thursday of the board ot the Eas tEnd Market Co., Ltd., Mr. J. E. Cowling was appointed chairman of directors, and Mr. H. W. Parte, vicechair man, for the ensuing year.

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METHODIST STATIONS Second Reading of Conference [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

METHODIST STATIONS Second Reading of Conference The following is tHe second reading of stations by the South Australian Methodist Conference now in session:— Adelaide South— Pirle-street Mlsslon-J. G Jenkin (President of the Conlerencej. (Firle-stteet). G. B. Stribley (Halifax- | street). Central Methodist Mission— S. Foisyth (Maugban Caurch). G. N. Wnlte {Draper Memorial). Parkside— F. Hum pnery. W. E. Steadman. Malvern— J. B Nield. C. J. Perry (Boseneld). Connexion^ secretary. W. R. Robinson cMalvern). Con ference secretary Foreign Missions. R. c. Nichoison, general secretary iNetberby). Mitcham ? L. B. Barker. Mile-End — *?- E. Smlib. TorrensvlUe — J. Tilier. Unley and Goodwood— A. J. Finch (Pnley), P. H. Cbennell (Goodwood). 'Wesley College— F- en£' PSS^.I-- £ \^TS.^ j Dorman (Edward&town East). Glene* | ? E. T Pryor. Brighton — E. M. IngameUs. Mount Barker— J. C. Hugbes Woodside— J. B. Andrew. Nalme— E. Miller. c^rendon— A. K. 1'Anson. BlacK wood-N. E. Lade. Meadows-O. ...

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MELBOURNE QUOTATIONS Melbourne, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MEEJBOCBXE QUOTATIOXS Melbourne, February 27. '?Tbou a shade easier. 2^3'i. 2 '4; shlp acc oCW 2.S. Floor.— Quiet. £8. £8/5/. fca=_— Good demacd. £4. Pollard.— e»aer. £4 15 . Osis.— MlThlg. 1/9, 1/10; !*?£. I*, it. S&K^sh malting barley, no »--~«' 31. 5 7: medium. 23. 24: Cape. Ma^qcTlC Ma:».— Dull, 3 11. occasion «2y*. CSjaS.— Stesdy. £3. £3/10^. Pota ««.- Don. £3 5. £310'. onions.— SSc-w £5 16*, £1 15.'. Jute.— Quiet. ui\ STDXET QUOTATIONS Sydney, February 27. Sear. Taema&lan derrick-pressed, to £4 mr; XWaacJu. to £4; Victorian oaten taar, ci. IU». prime, to 4,; weevlly, to !? txstei- Mli:ei. £30 to £3S ton. Peas, ^hs^aaslaa. ex store, blue, 6/; grey, 7/ I ?H11I FeteMM. Tumanias Brownells, £C W; Bssaards, £6: Victorian Carmens, 4CS Sk - Oniaas. Victorian, to £4 10/. Tai IMH* SrMw. £6. Carrots. £6 per am. BoDCjr. Bosrd m^jim prices. 'Queen Bs~ «»««-; ~H.-ri£y B.~ 4d.; -Busy Bee.' Si^t. ». *%ss. Board prices, new-iald, h»«k. 13; med;um. 1 ; pul'ei. 10d.; case. I 1 «o...

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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL TRADING AND MARKET REPORTS Continued from Page 12. LOCAL WHEAT QUIET QUOTATIONS SLIGHTLY EASIER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL TRADING AND MARKET REPORTS Continued fro mPage 12. LOCAL WHEAT QUIET OCOTATIOVS SLIGHTLT EASIER PnTTitr ciile adr:cc« received on Friday p.vr -_t» Enc'.i?ti »-Ji?at market on the p-*pTw,is Civ as ^uiti and prices unchanged i' f*-:er. Or.e message stated that mere *»i -^ Ai-f^ce of tttircrF and tSe market *?»* ^leJess.. The only biisiness xcea '. ?»-?* :a j.r.vsi* jj-iC~*-ases was 250 tons v«.:rri A-j^trs;:a May shipment at 22' K,-.iK&£ cil.. 1.500 tens March Ircm 'STcsK-rs A-js-^rBlia br liie Mandaiay at 22 3, sac 500 T/-.2* Jsnuirr V:ctor:«n lo&Slng In tA- E;o B^sclic to Bar: at 21.9. Futures »r,S *j;A.oas b'.I declined. L:v*Tjy»: Tu'.itps -iec'.:r;ed 'id. to 4'3's *?»==.?»»: :or as«r=h. *,*. -u- 4,5i» lor llay. '.-c. to -^a I-sr July, and 'id. to 4/8^a !.v ©t^-vot. Tnis market was affected by «= e*Ey Asertcsa cp^nine and In Eym Iv:£t jr:*i Fut^os. Ayres. the close wes f.i:ri Ch:ra«ro option* weakened 3,ed. to r r*» tricir: Scr aiirca. 3-16d....

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THE RUNDLE STREET POULTRY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

THE BUNDLE STREET POULTRY MARKET A. A. Brice & Co., Ltd.. reported pn February 27:— A large catalogue of poultry was submitted at our sale to-day, and all was readily cleared. Values lor prlme condltLraed birds are holding up well, but lighter sorts are not selling quite as well. Considering the depressed condition of business, and the reduced purchasing power of the community, the sales of poultry are being well maintained. The following are to-day's -values.— Heavy young cockerels, 4/6 to 5/6 each; heavywelgnt hens. 3/6 to 4/ each: prime young cockerels, 3/6 to 4/6 each; gocd-condltlon coclcerels and hens, 3/ to 3/6 each; fair-condition cockerels and hens. 2/6 to 2/9 each; bens. gpion and wendy, 1/3 to 1/6 each; cocke rels, small and weedy, 1/3 to 1/6 each: ducks, young, gocd condition. 3/6 to 4/6 each; duofcs, medium to good. 2/6 to 3/6 each; ducks, small, 2/ to 2/9 each; pigeons, 3d. to -d. each: tokeys, fair to good quality lOd. to 1/ per Ib.; turkeys, fatten ing sorts,...

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FARMERS' UNION REPORT BUTTER MARKET STEADY EGGS UNCHANGED CHEESE FIRM [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

FARMERS' UNION REPORT BUTTER MARKET STEADT EGGS UNCHANGED CHEESE FIRM The SJL Farmers' Co-op. Union, Limited (Dairy Produce Department), report under date 27th lust., as under: — Butter — The latest cable from London states that the butter market, after a slight setback. Is much firmer; 27,000 boxes of Australian butter were sold over the week, and the market has recovered, and is witni^ 1/ of last week's rate. The f.o.b. buyers on Lon don account, however, are offering lower prices, and -the butter market throughout Australia as a consequence Is slightly weaker, although no alterations have been made this week. Production is still keep ing up in South Australia, and very little Imported butter is being used. Farmers' Union butter continues to sell exception ally well. Farmers' Union choicest quality butter is quoted at 1/fii Ib. in bulk (less stabilisation levy, l^id. Ib.);; prints and delivery extra; stores, 1/ to 1/1 Ib. Cheese — Satisfactory orders hare been received from Wester...

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SUNDAY AMUSEMENT Should Zoo be Closed? IS IT A PLACE OF PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

SUNDAY AMUSEMENT Should Zoo be Closed? IS IT A PLACE OF PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT? In the opinion of Mr. T.E. Smith, inspector of places of public enter- tainment, the Municipal golf coarse, miniature golf links, hire tennis courts, the Zoo, and the Snake Park should be closed on Sundays, except by consent of the Chief Secretary. The view was expressed in the course of proceedings against Maison Miniature Links, Ltd, of Glenelg, in the Police Court yesterday, before Messrs. A. J. Radford and A. A. Susman, for having" on January 25 been open to the pub- lic without the written consent of the Chief Secretary, contrary to the provi- sions of the Places of Public Enter- tainment Act 1913. A fine of £1, with £2 1/ costs, -was imposed, and its licence was suspended for one week. Mr. W. C. Gillespie, of the Crown Law Department, prosecuted, and Mr. Eric Millhouse appeared for the com- pany. Mr. Smith stated that legal advice had been obtained, and it was held that miniature golf links were plac...

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FINGER PRINT EVIDENCE Man Appears On 16-months-old Charge [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

FINGER PRINT EVIDENCE Man Appears On 16-months-old Charge Arrested as he left Gladstone Gaol last Wednesday, William Kiernen ap- peared in the Police Court yesterday charged with an offence committed six teen months ago. Kiernen was charged with having, on or about October 20, 1929, entered the warehouse of Anthony John Wil- son, Stonewell Wines, Ltd., of Gawler place, and stolen 32 bottles of wine and a flagon of wine valued at £9 17/. Evidence was given by L. Hudd, fin- ger print expert, that he had made photographic enlargements of prints found on the inside of a broken flagon, found on the premises after the of- fence. They were identical with prints made by the accused shortly before Oc- tober. 1929. The accused, who reserved his de- fence, was committed for trial by Messrs. A. J. Radford and A. Susman. He was admitted to bail of £120, with two sureties of £60 each. OFFENCES ON CHKISTMAS DAY The stopping of Eugene Augustine Newport, of Norwood, by the traffic police when he was...

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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

SOCIAL CONDUCTED BX «D3RA' Reports of Weddings and other items intended for insertion tn the Social Column of 'The Advertiser' should be forwarded as early as possible. All invitations and com munications m connection trftb purely social matters, in order to avoid delay and confusion, should be addressed to the Social Editress. Misses Phyllis Badenoch and Dulcle Tonkin are spending a holiday at Murray Bridge, the guests of Mis. F. Sharp. Miss Marjorie Harmon is the guest of Mrs. G. H. Nicholls at Kirkcaldy. Mr. Ray Archibald, of Sydney, is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Archibald, of Toorak Gardens, before leaving for England on Thursday. On February 25, at Harley, the many friends of Miss Faith Stribley gave her a kitchen tea. Miss Stribley, accom panied by Mrs. A. S. Waterhouse, will leave by the Karoola for Goomalling, Western Australia, on March 14, and her marriage with Mr. Geoff Water house will be celebrated on March 23. Mrs. John Jukes, of Egmont-te...

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STONE THROUGH WINDOW "Wanted to Get Inside for a Feed" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

STONE THROUGH WINDOW "Wanted to Get Inside for a Feed" "I've put a brick through the window of the Co-op. Stores. Take me inside," said Charles Hooper to Constable Brady in Angas-street soon after 6 o'clock on Thursday evening. I The constable accompanied the man jand found a large hole in the plate | glass front of the Co-operative Stores. i Angas-street. and a piece of blue metal .in the window. He asked Hooper | why he had done it. "I haven't had 3. feed since Sunday," replied Hooper. ;"and I wanted to get inside and get lone." He was ?=ober. The window -,a? valued at £10. la the Adelaide Police Court yester ' day Mr. W. V. Ray, SilL, fined Hooper i£3 10. in default two months' im prisonment, and ordered him to pay , £10 damages, in default two weeks' im prisonment, the sentences to be con current. There were no previous convictions. EXPOSED BODY TO COURT Pleading guilty in the Police Court yesterday to a charge of having stolen two pairs of stockings, valued at 5/10, from the My...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 28 February 1931

BIRTHS. MARRIAGES. AND DEATHS AncooacesM?tE under tbte hearting oust ** ast&e&ttcsscd by tb# n*me sad ?ottos at tbe lads, sod are Inserted iv a tibssce oft Two s^^uti^ and Six nm each when not exceeding five &mk ocer nve line*. Sixpence per tine. Death Advertisements m which a Funeral ?.i t i < i V .y?iji.t is made are charged for w V tte DettH and Funeral were *epa me ttzuaou&cexacsits namely—The mlnl- Kaaa tlmuce ot 2>C —y< 3/* respectively te Mexacrtani and Death Advertisements coet&m&tc tefnrace tc mere thap one rtinwiin mre tiWEeri 2-e each foi each AscHsM mentioned is If they were dts ?ad and ceoaratc announcements fcm.?nmt<am?, and Approaching Marriage KoOm require the signatures of both Mttm concerned BIRTHS McGEE.—On the 24th February, at KMtihtecn HofpHaL Gawler. to Mr. aad Ste*. Gcocce C. XcGee. of Smlthneld—a feencr ?*sgtter (Alice Stele Josephine). LEHMANN (nee Rita James).—On tile ?S?i ...

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LORD BIRKENHEAD'S ESTATE LONDON, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

LORD BIRKENHEAD'S ESTATE LONDON, February 28. Lord Birkenhead, who died on Sep- tember 30, left gross estate worth £63.223 and net personalty of £10.459.

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WHAT INFLATION MEANS "UNDERHAND WAT OF REDUCING WAGES" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

WHAT INFLATION MEANS "UNDERHAND WAT OF RE DUCING WAGES" "In their inflation campaign, Messrs. Scullin and Theodore have met 'Lyons in the path," said Mr. Crawford Vaughan, addressing a meeting at the' Soldiers' Hall, Murray Bridge, on Saturday evening, under the auspices of the Citizens' League. He declared that inflation was an underhand way of reducing wages, old age and soldiers' pensions, public ser-( vants' salaries, and savings- It was Mr. Theodore who. in 1923, had said it was "a misconception to think that by adding paper to currency any additional wealth is created. Wages are always less than they should be in countries that practice inflation." The "Better *Ole" Mr. Vaughan said he endorsed the views expressed by Mr. Hill at Canberra I on January 14, that a policy of issuing notes for public works would be dis astrous, and that public works should be paid for out of loans, which were savings, and not from bank credits or notes. He also agreed with the Pre mier that those w...

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AL GAPONE IN GAOL WORLD'S MOST NOTORIOUS GANGSTER CHICAGO, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

AL GAPONE IN GAOL WORLD'S MOST NOTORIOUS GANGSTER CHICAGO, February 28. "Scarfaee" AI. Capone, self-appointed king of the underworld, and the world's most notorious gangster, who makes millions a year from crime, was sen- millions a year from crime, was sen tenced yesterday to six months' im prisonment on a contempt of court charge for having failed to come from Florida to appear as a witness in a liquor case in Chicago in 1929. The judge said, with empha sis, that the prisoner "trifled with the court," claiming that he was in, when ' in common know ledge he daily at tended races at Florida. Capone flushed bright red, but said nothing. He will be released soon on 5.000 dollars bail on appeal, which i£ not expected to come up until next August. Although Ca pone has been charged with many crimes the only sentence he has previously served was a year at Philadelphia for having i carried a pistoL ! SEX MILLIONS INCOME Al Capone's biography, published last year, eets out his eources of in...

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MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS DUE TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931

MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS DUE TO-DAY Ceramic from Liverpool, via Cape, day- light. Outer Harbor. Dalgety & Co. Corlo, from Newcastle, morning, Osborne Wharf, Huddart Parker, Ltd. Wharf. Huddart Parker. Ltd. Karatta, from Kin&scote and Hog Bay. evening. McLaren Wharf. Coast Steamships. Kooraka, from Edlthburg*i, afternoon, Mc- Laren Wharf. Coast Steamships. TO-MORROW Warrawee. from Ardrossan, 9 pjn, Mc- Laren Wharf. Coast Steamships. SAILING TO-DAY (Circumstances permitting) Ceramic lor eastern States, afternoon, from Outer Harbor. Dalgety & Co. Janus, for eastern States, afternoon. Cram Queen's Wharf. Macdonald, Hamilton and Co. Minnipo for Port Lincoln, at 7 pan, from Copper Company's Wharf. ArioipiHa Steamsh^> Co. Kapara. for Marlon Bay and Melbourne, from Commercial Wharf. Adelaide Steam ship Co. TO-MORROW Quorna. for Spencer Gulf ports, at noon, from Commercial Wharf. Coast Steam ships. Kopoola. for Stansbury and Port Vin cent, at 5 pm, from McLaren Wharf. ...

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