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And small regional farmers were contracted to supply cane to the central miller.
After the sugar cane were cut, they were taken to the river bank and loaded onto punts which were brought to the mill by a steamer.
A man has used Google Earth to discover more than 100 boats dating back to the 1930s in an Australian river.
Marine archaeologist Dr Brad Duncan found the historic boats which were used to transport sugar cane from local farms to sugar mills in the 1930s.
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A West Indian planter was appointed by the association to find the best areas to establish sugar mills in the northern parts of the state, according to a historic report of Australia’s sugar industry by the Light Railway Research Society of Australia.
The company covered everything from the harvest to transport of sugar cane.
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