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A Cashiers Flying Fox  
   

A Cashiers Flying Fox

Corfield and Fitzmaurice Store is now a local arts and crafts shop and a little museum. It still retains some of the furniture and equipment from the original store, like this Flying Fox. The money and purchasing information was put into the pot and sent up the wire to the cashier, who sat in her office and processed it, sending the receipt and any change back in the pot.
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20th June 2016

Tumby Bay SA , C.L. Alexander National Trust Museum
We have a Cashier Flying Fox which was used in the local Hoppings Store on Lipson Road. It still works. Quite an attraction in the Museum.
20th June 2016

Cashier Flying Foxes
Thanks for the information. It's wonderful to see these historic devices preserved - even better if they're still in use!

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