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A few years before it was established, in 1894, a steamship named the S.S. Wairarapa, en route from Sydney to Auckland, broke up on a reef near the island and sank.
The fish were utilized for caviar, isinglass and even as fuel for steamships, according to reports.
A half-avocado convincingly turns into a steamship for two sailors, and SD memory cards are expertly arranged to look like grand pianos.
It was introduced to the island in 1898 when steamships from India brought rats infected with the bacteria that causes the disease.
In 1918, rats escaping a capsized steamship swam ashore.
The coins are also actual currency usable in the game’s souvenir shops to buy new costumes for Mario, or to personalize the steamship Odyssey with stickers and decorations.
Once up and running, however, the Collins steamships made a spectacular showing.
The first miniature golf course in the USA was built in 1916 on the estate of steamship magnate James Barber in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
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