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King and Co. were torn down on 13 acres of land that represented the demise of a successful Holland basket company and eventually provided the Kollen Park location. Randy Vande Water A century ago in January 1917, buildings housing the C.L. King and Co. were torn down on 13 acres of land that represented the demise of a successful Holland basket company and eventually provided the Kollen Park location. On Dec. 13, 1913, the King company declared bankruptcy and closed its doors. In 1914, attorney George K. Kollen and a few others purchased the property and were responsible for the buildings removal. Following court suits, ชุดว่ายน้ําวินเทจ สยาม two years later Henry Pelgrim Sr., Bay View Furniture secretary-treasurer and general manager was the property receiver which included the old factory, warehouse, sawmills and barns. Organized in 1892, the plant was on Black Lake (Lake Macatawa) and at one time was the largest of its kind in Michigan, shipping goods to practically every city in the United States.
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The 998g (35.2oz) opal, valued at nearly A$900,000 (550,000; $680,000), is now on display in Adelaide's South Australian Museum. Spared from sale Still largely in its original condition, the opal's two polished faces reveal a kaleidoscope of colours from green to yellow to red. "When my father was alive, it was originally kept separately from all trading because it was such a significant piece," Alan Bartram told the BBC. "We decided we would retain that intention, and keep it as a significant and obviously excellent example of light opal from South Australia." The family has decided to pass it on for future generations to enjoy. The museum's director, Brian Oldman, said the opal's rarity should not be underestimated. "Opal of this quality can only be created under certain climate conditions," Mr Oldman said. "When our state's inland sea evaporated millions of years ago, it provided a unique silica-rich environment for the creation of precious opal. It is these exceptional conditions that created the Fire of Australia." Opal centre A mining town for more than 100 years, Coober Pedy still draws people lured by the hope of striking it rich. "They're becoming more scarce because the overheads of mining now are getting to be so expensive - in fuel, explosives, machinery and living costs on the field," Mr Bartram said.