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Title: Unshipping cattle at Robb Jetty, 1911
Imprint: Coogee : Western Mail, 1911
Notes: Published in the Western Mail, 5 August 1911.
Restrictions on Use: Out of copyright.
Summary: By 1911 Robb Jetty was a bustling livestock landing zone, with saleyards, abattoirs, and enormous holding pens for all the cattle, sheep and pigs that were shipped from stations in the Kimberley.
Subject: Robb Jetty Abattoir
Beef cattle -- Western Australia -- History
Steam ships -- Western Australia
Unshipping cattle at Robb Jetty, 1911

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