Mr. Joseph Stock Stuart, who is missing from home and is supposed to have been drowned off the steamer 'Ferret' on her trip to Port Lincoln, was one of the oldest share broker of Adelaide, having followed that calling for about thirty yean. He was a colonist of forty-nine years, and previous to taking up sharebroking was engaged first in the endeavour to establish oyster - beds in the Port Adelaide River, and afterwards with the firm of BIyth Brothers, ironmongers. He was well known among brokers, though not connected with the Stock Exchange. It is believed that he was taking a sea-trip to benefit his health. He hat left two sons, Messrs. A. and H. Stuart, and three daughters
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