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The Rise and Shine Xo. 1 dredge worked 6ft ahead last week. Bottom was got at an, average depth of 46ft. A deep gutter on the east side appeared to bo cutting out, and prospects wore moderately good. Xo. 2 dredge made 16ft ahead on a cut of 170 ft. The average depth was about 48ft, and there was a good deal &' coal bottom on one side. The remainder was yellow clay, carrying very little wash, and there was* a deep gutter where the coal and clay met A case was heard in the Supreme Court at Wellington yesterday in which Dr Platts Mills sued the City Council for £307 damages for injuries to herself and her motor car as the result of a collision with a tramway pole in Custom-house quay early one morning. The grounds of the claim were that the spot was insufficiently lighted. The jury found for the plaintiff, assessing the damages at £204.,

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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