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The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's April 14, 1913 issue:

The crop of rhubarb in San Luis Rey river bottom at Oceanside, a new crop put in last January, is reported in fine condition, and the soil well adapted for the cultivation of the plant.

The formal opening of the Point Loma Golf club will take place next Saturday, 19th inst., at 10 o'clock, and the grill room will be opened the same day at noon for service. Great preparations for the event are being made by members of the club.

The two young men who yesterday held up and seriously injured T.O. Nago, proprietor of a restaurant, robbing him of about $300, were captured by the police in a rooming house near the waterfront, after they had gone to Coronado and returned.

Joseph W.A. Cowan was found dead, with his skull crushed, under the wharf at the foot of First street yesterday morning. He had evidently been murdered and all his valuables taken. Forty dollars in currency, sewed in the lining of his coat, was however, overlooked by the murderers.

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