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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

CATTLE. There wan a full supply of cattle at iUimebush, oil Monday, 2337 be ing listed, but us the one day's offer ings liud to Bulliec for the week, there vms freo competition for most lots, and prices were 10/ per head better all round; in SOUK; cases, values be ing 15/ and 20/ higher. The consign ors numbered 83, and a couple of drafts, making together 2'1K head, camo from Queensland. The north and north-western districts of this Stato sent most of the bullocks, but there were also some good lots from tho west and south. Taken all round the consignments were worthy of the very line market they happened to strike, and if the owners are as jubi lant as the sellers they are happy moil. As one moralising observer of the fatted host observed, "It takes a fearful Jot of meat to satisfy the wants of the Sydney people." About tho saiwo number had been disposed of on the previous Thursday, but in stead of lessening the demand, as some had supposed it would, that de mand was found to be mo...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEFTS OF STOCK AT HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

THEFTS OF STOCK AT HOME BUSH. Anyone watching the procedure at the ITomebush Saleyards can easily understand how difficult it must be to prevent the loss of stock. There is plenty of room for improvement on (lie present system, or lack of system. Even the policeman oil duty has no means of connecting the per son removing stock from the yards after sale witu the rightful owner. Asked if persons so cntra^ed were supplied wilh a pa^s, ticket, or check of any kind, lie said, " N'o ; why ! llik'.lit be assisting people to Mica I slice)) iny>elf and nm know it. a*, for instance, in Imbibe.; a idili: upon if linked." Sellin;; ;;oes on all -lay, and the manipulat inn of (lit' .sheep likewise. Soinei inies immediately alter a sale the buyer will he;;in to remove lii.s piiielui'i il lot:-., and when I his is ^oilij.' ou in -e\ ei ,i| different purl .1 of I lie ya rd>. how is a uy check til lie kept 11111 e. . - I lie [) e f1 j 11mi le niuvim; t hem are . jo | >>' 11 ti t In «-a 11...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAT STOCK. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

FAT STOCK. SHEEP. On Monday tho Hlicup market at Moinobush opened with groat vigour, and it was plain tliat high prices would bo readied. All tho fat stock, supplies i'or tho week had to bo ob tained on Monday, hoeauso oil ac count of the holiday there wore to bo no salos on Thursday. Of sheep thbro wore fowor thaii usual, oven for one days salo, consequently buyers, who woro in strong force, wol'o eager to obtain supplies, Of 31)616 listed. .<0,010 head wore pormod, including all grades, and before tho sales had boon in progress a quartor of an hour it was plain that those ? who wanted prime lots had to pay advanced -'rates, In tho forenoon these readied up to I/O or 1/1) per'; head hotter than at last Thursday's sales, but rates eased oil' a bit before lunch, and some prices wore little abovo tho normal, but in tho after noon ii.oy hardened again, and tho averago advanco for the day was rather over a shilling per head. The highest prico of the day was obtained for a pei...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

LAMBS. ' There was only a moderate supply of lambs, chiefly medium lots, with occasional prime pens and some ex tra prime. All lots of useful quality were readily disposed of at an ad vance of.(id to 9d per head. Quota tions were:-Prime woolly lambs and suckers, 12/ to 13/G; extra prime, 14/0 to 15/3; prime shorn Iambs, 11/ to 12/0; good suckers and lambs, !)/ to 10/0; medium and light suck ers and shorn iambs, />/ <.o 7/. There wore 270-1: lambs in all, including 302 crossbreds ami a few hoggets.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock THE SHEEP AS A RENT-PAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

THE SHEEP AS A RENT-PAYER. By "The Shepherd." On a farm which goes in extensive- ' ]y for cultivation, it often happens that oithor through small crops 01 low prices, tlio rent of Uio farm' be comes a serious factor in the year's oxponsos, and ia thus the greater folt, With sheep as a stnnd-by, however, tlio rent is a trilling matter. Now, thoro arc, no doubt, hundreds of farmors whoso holding in freehold, but if ho wants to got at the true balanco of his account at tlio ond of tlio year, ho must debit it with at least 5 iior cent, interest on the capi tal value of his land, the interest boing equivalent to the rent that would be an equitable charge if he wanted to leave his holding. Whether in Australia, (ireat Britain, Canada, or the United States, shoe]) on a farm have always proved proiltablo, tlio amount of profit depending upon the class of sheep kept, and the atten tion given them. And in the latter, wo can find out whether the owner is a progressive or a careless man. !No an...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHALL WE ALTER THE CONSTITUTION? What the Referenda Proposals Mean. THE GREATEST IMMEDIATE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

SHALL WE ALTER THE CONSTITUTION? What the Referenda Proposals Mean. THE GREATEST IMMEDIATE QUESTION/ Probably every elector now knows in a general sort of way that they are asked to vote in April next, on certain proposals for the alteration of the Constitution. But how many of them even fairly understand the issues involved? And they are simply enormous issues. In importance they dwarf every other question before the public mind at the present time. They vitally affect the whole basis of government throughout the entire Australian Commonwealth. Obviously, when electors vote on such issues they should do it with clear minds, free from the influence of party prejudices and catch-cries. In tiic hope that it may assist, if only a little, towards this end, "The Land'Nvill submit a short series of articles, in which the main considerations will be outlined. The aim of these articles will not be to impress the particular view of any of the political parties, but rather to present a clear ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH COAST AWAKES. Organisation Tolling. BEGA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

MJJTH AfMm, f QWlMton MiM, Mwrnliiy. Mr. 4. if Mi inline j{f W iDimi m'tfiml llw riiw i> Hit) ilijjuppj llit'i'liutf »l ill!) ifur m'* III))] Milt'W W'Jw Mi, I #*»' M'Jjhm), /)) Am M.WijUHMttj' wiiw l)ji) Jmmlm ml* flit -j 1 Vi"j!| ffmW«7:'J8WW1^ *J/; Hi- kf tatajra mm! ilit'b' wlmiw hi? mlf.M i Iiim), turn »i«!ii) JiWiiyliJ fi!i> i'ih ht ifwil hni h) 11 n j'JM'JI.wm "muly oiii|»()iiliiir lithlm uf jowlM viil«c id Him, pttdiv <im> )/< iitniinlini) I* f/lynn »>ii Hot nbl hi 1 Iim idjuwl' 'j'li.' flnii »ll! jHnv/wi 11 Viewed from the standpoint of Aus tralia's .present and future, tlio pro posed alteration of tlio Federal Con stitution, upon .which the people of 'Australia will be .-required on the 23rd of next April to say "Yes" or "No", involves considerations of enor mous magnitude and moment. . Assuming that the granting of the extended powers asked for by tho Federal Government te to Ivu regard ed as a preliminary of legislation which the approva...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Land Tax. COMMISSIONER'S BUIL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Fedmil i Tax, MMMJiiriJ'JNM'tf WUMNifli, j'tili'l i i'' "Im1111; luiii r Iiiim iii' M|iu| in |il»t Muiii till' Iii||hVV> ill}/ fl>»'li»» !'l MilillHf M|-'i/U l,VJil>'Jl) I'OWiM' 4 j# HIM iiwjht of itMi'l I'fMiii jvJjMj iljiilM' lip lows icmmiiij, TJim yjijijii til' Dtp M lint) |ii i'uJiiwjlMi fliiiwlmiMf Mmw Jhulwui fiiiiw hi jwiimm jun)' iij' my Mi)}' km' IhmJ in) iii'jHj'i'liiiilM yjilmi. m mujuJIJ idii In' jilluyviH' iii)y|l!iji^ i»f Ji bap i^itmb») y/ii m urn t" flat iijM'iiiiiH; fj )»#» rihwj h u> mmw# ihv mIIm m m n( lib mrby til »ji iit'i^' Hp lj) fiiilij'1)) h) i'li))jii ?) mil om> iw hmmrnm, AuMrnijjji mm k>p Im) hi mi hhwlml i,viiPi )un i Ij.w iijiilj))' b m>th hM a mm Ip mmmml VtflMl'm iIjw JlHitj ^||J )w m M)M B h) r* r< h n)>> friYMH' }>( Jn;ii| m >v|>|fJ> ii*v IH'lur <)) I lie JlMI'l ill II. I). nil WHVII MMII Till* III' Mll)H"jtl(M)l/i' |UM iii ? ill) hi ilill I'lllllll'il III i)m|ll|t| I III) Villus ill' &a...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Mr, Robert Patten, president of the .Fanners and Settlers' Association ami chairman of directors of "The Land," lias been devoting himself for the last few months to the organising affairs of the association and tlio establishment of " The Land." The president will submit a comprehen sive scheme for the extensive or ganisation of lite association through out the State at the executive meet ing, which has been fixed for Feb ruary ] a, He is very desirous that cdniKiilkys should give full considera tion to the enlargement of the poli tical'platform, of the association, so thai; the executive's views may be outlined in the annual report and so 'ensure! full discussion at the annual conference In July, Mr, G, J, Gilinour, late of Corban, has, been meeting with great success on behalf of the F, and S, Associa tion and "The Land" in the West ern districts, Councillor Gilmour, is now making 'arrangements to place his services at the disposal of the Association and paper for an exten sive t...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

GENERAL NOTES. Covn rfi'ojw iiroiiilne homio 'vmml yiehln thin onming ImrvRBb, in LIk! Cootna dinti'lot are now lull, owing to tin; ruin, after henig dry for years. What wheat district holds the re cord for the recent harvest for the heaviest individual crop? There have heel) KOIIIH high ligUI'OH g'lVeil in tlio papers at di/1'cfrc;nt times. Shall lie glad to got authentic high yields from growers. No fakes. Complaints as to the loss in trail Hit with goods 011 the railways seem to he getting stronger than ever. Jt is surely time the producers got a fair deal, without having to pay extra. Freights are heavy enough as it is. without special rates for or dinary care. The idea of having to pay extra to get wheat sheltered from rain, sim ply because the Department does not provide a sullieient supply of tarpaul ins shows what little regard is given to the producers' interests. A Kingaroy ik>.) farmer is report ed to have taken oil' a .'i()(H)-hag crop of maize, which returned him .iJ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes of the Week The New Land Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

The New Land Policy. Mr. Nielsen this week delivered his anxiously awaited speech enunciating the land policy of the Government of which he is a m e in b e r. The speech contains no surprises. At least if there is any room for surprise at all it lies in the extent to which the Minister has adopted the planks of the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion. We do not complain of that, The Association exists to got neces sary things done, and if Mr. Nielsen or any other Minister run {jot thorn done wu are not ;:oing out o!' ouv way to throw stones ;it him for do* ing it. Wo approve the motto, "Land users before hind speculators every time," We approve the classilication of the Grown lands remaining, ami their prompt (so much depends on "prompt"!) disposition for soldo ment, We approve, likewise, tlio ru» gisiratioii hi' hunt ckers, and t|)o inslnii'lioii oi' I'ruwn hands Agoill* In do '11 worli i list I is uieideiilitl If) Oil) proper lod'iUienl ol mi iipplii'itlion wiilioui Hie ih'eessiti'...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Standard Fruit Cases OBJECTIONS TO THE PEACOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Standard Fruil; Cases OJJ,J*.;<"! IONS to Tine PEACOCK, AIMioiijdi svlm,I, in culled Mm "]>"». luii'k" fruit en,no wim, by Mm confer mih'c ul' Aiiiifrnlimiiui fritilgroweru at. I loltiu'f, recommended for adoption liy Ui« CfitiiiHonwwilMi (ih n iiiHlnldo itl.uiidiird, II- doea not HCCIII jo Imi' I Iki Inat worrJ ii) )rttfI- «;H.mh mule in|/, 'I'll" nizc "I' ll|,! |,i '|M iiK'li1';! Ion/.!< I ''A deep, n,nil M '<{.>'I iii'dmii broii.il, il.u nolld eon IciiI, Infill;? MM ''ill'!" Iiu'Im'm. or '1% miliii' liiclmn fireiilcr Hutu Mm liM|><irlnI IiiiiiIM'I. which In MW% cubic im-lnsM. Ho Iiir thiive him I"'"" ii" ollicinl lulop-. I,illll III' II, t I'lli 1/ 1'II.W!, IMIll therefore j,, in iiol, too 1.') make miggen lioini I'or l.li" iiiiprovcineni, ol' ».iiy I,Jut 1/ inity ni'i'in to have i' eiuutce ol belli'-' elioitcii. Mr. 'It.. Moi'dnil II, UiVl.liiirnl, |M'oW(ir, linn hH. noiim of I,III! <ll) <!(!l.i()llil...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAND. "Nations may battle and the world rock with revolution but the land will care for him who cares for it." Telephone 2843 City, Telegrams, "The Land," Sydney' Offices 3 Spring Street, Sydney. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911. Why "The Land" Appears. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

THE LAND. 44 Nations may battle and the world rock with revolution but the land will care for him who cares for it." Telephone 2843 City, Telegrams, "The Land," Sydney' Offices 3 Spring Street, Sydney. FRIDAY, JANUARY 27- 1011. Why 4'The Land" Appears. This, the first number of " The Land," is published for the very good and sufficient reason that it is wanted, Its name is descriptive. For years countrymen have felt the need of a journal in which their problems can be discussed will) know ledge and understanding, and in which their wants can be voiced and fought for, 'I'bat need, it is hoped, ''The Lain!" will fill, ft is conducted uinler the direct ;111,:pi- <. s of that already j;|eat find growing organisation, ill1' banner;; and TlIh i Association and its policy i". the policy ol thai oi'|',ani:.aI ion the sane, prac Ileal and patriotic policy evolved hy I ||e |Vpi e:;e|| | j| I i y e il||c||j gviM'e ol the stalwart nini \ylio out in the open siiiiiiphl ol this Spacioi...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Orchard Notes. BROWN ROT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Orchard Notes. JJROWJN ROT. 'J Tli« recent abundant, rainfall (al til<>u/jjli gren,l,ly henellting the citrus I'ruitM, I111.11 brought, down a great crop «l' windfalls, lunongst apples, pears, mid alone fruits, and ban consider al»ly increased the ravages of Mm dis ease known an "l»rown rot." 'I'llin disease in on,used by a. in ic.ro itoopic fungus known l.o scientists art "Alonilin, fructigoiia,'' and has been known in this Win,It! for sonic years, bill/ has mil, (loin!, any considerable damage until (hin HCIIMOII, II, should not, bo confounded with the ordinary "ripe rol,," common to all ripit or de "itying fruit. In the case ol' ripe rot, il, in ncoessiwy for the nl<in of tho fruit, l.o become damaged before at tn,ok, hill- willi l.liii "hrown rol.," I,ho spores (fan penetrate pound Trail;, pro: vided fii,voarahlo conditions of, heat / and mo in l,i i re obtain. . ' . J-'oine growers, especially in tlie dry districts, are not yd, oonversiiill, vvifll l;ln...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The F.S.A. Planks. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

The F.S.A. Planks. 1. Railway Extension, including the opening of new ports, ex tension and duplication of railways, improvement in tran sit facilities generally; the linking up of existing systems and connecting of border lines. 2. Land Settlement to be para mount over revenue: (a) Resumption of improve ment leases, scrub leases, and i8(h section leases suitable for residential Settlement, (b) Resumption of large es tates for purposes <>' closer settlement. (c) Provision for Work men's Blocks. {}, Freehold tenure, as opposed to nationalisation <»f land. *J., Tl'e choice uf tenure to appli cants under ('rown l.and.; Act, g, Permanent rijiht uf re approve ment op application of uli jjeld under residential he|{^r niept condition:.. 6, limitation of Tnniffi-T In p*1#' ygpl ||)e i(CLi|)ni||alit>l) >)f litiW estate:;. ?i AfJminifijnitioii of ihefamt* went f)i J i'Dilii hy smw, Um .jnwfliwf, of M W mm* \h w elmm, fpi' w mm i)t iwlnW miwfUI/f

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREEN MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

GKKEN MANURING. ('milium in <n't iiiiTil worl;, the culli\,iinr 111j11111 l)f I i'|il filing, hp ullrn . I lir lior,-rs i'iii» In': Mjmi'nl iKiiu mm u i in;;. It (In- imijiurtiwit V.nrk i'1 in V! ll-'-l t'll IIIIV. I 111- I'.lllllllll'l' I'll .-'-I llli'i wri'il.-t JILNW <i |' ? i- illlil I Jit - rullli' IIIHI'II Ililj.M'il lilt', I I'l l I ill) *' wlli'll (i|uii;i||i'il iiJM11'I' I In1 ;ii ii > ' .iinl u i'oilri ^ ill JHll 111UI |ll'uvii|i' 111111. > I II)' Yl'JJII i ,i Mi' in 111 it, is hifli i:. aiiii' inn ." Hill 'I III mi | || .Iiilr-, Tlli." Ilimilln IH'll* ,M a ; . 111!I', mill III,ill IHI/i.-.l II) I), ,i II,I |ti rill ;i .-III (it in U.' Ilihj;. ] I 11 I'ii i'i tiir.ij.'i'D liiiri i'i in , sv 11'i'ii jii u 11 I III1 I Ii I |ll'l'll|j,l|' "livi'lllll .trt" III' IIU'I lnw I'M' ii( lull 11111IIJi|m11 III III v ii jiiii ,? mil,., ii nJli'i j _. 11 . i ? 11 ii ii in;/. ' ' ill.I i i' J: 11 I Ii 111 . 111 i I 111 1 llnW r\ IT, iiiii \ ri a 111iiiiiiii ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

ATTENTION is directed to the fact that u The Land" is the only Journal . entitled to speak officially on behalf of the Farmers and Settlers' Association of New South Wales. It is commended by the Executive of that Association to the sympathy and support of Members and of countrymen in general, It is a Journal owned and controlled by primary producers. It belongs to the country and exists to reflect country opinion. Get into touch with it! Send your suggestions for increasing its interest and usefulness! CIRCULATION CERTIFICATE. The Managing Editor, "The Land" Newspaper Co,, Ltd., Sydney. Dear Sir, 1 beg to report that. I have inspected tlio position relating to tlio circulation of "Tlio Land" in accord* auco with your instructions, and have satisfied myself that at least eightoon thousand (18,000) copios of tho "issuo of the 27th January, 10LI, arc being .printed. '. " ? / , Yoiirs faithfully, . v ALimtT E, J3ARTON, F.l'.A.V., A.O.P.A., Sydney, 20th January, 1011. Incorporated Accou...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Growers Doing Well. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Growers Doing Well. It is said that, leaving out West Australia, where fruits from other States live practically prohibited, thero. is no State in which fruit growers are doing hotter than they are, on tho average,, in New South Wales _ to-day. . Orange-growers aro getting from 4s, (id to Cs (Id per ease in the orchard for their fruit, and no one can say men are not doing well under such conditions. Plenty of the choice fruit sells at from 7s to 12s. per case in the open market. 1 ; A Good Orange to Plant. .Anyone wishing to plant orange trees need not go farther than .the Valencia. The fruit of this line va riety is especially popular, and brings top prices. The ily does not bother the Valencia much, the fruit will carry: almost everywhere, and it is a good .solid orange, well liked for ex port, ; ancl one . of the very best to ' plant. , The Valencia is one of the earliest to bear, and lias been known to yield a case of oranges at the fifth year. Of course, a lot depends on cultiv...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH COAST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

NORTH COAST NEWS. The Government holds a big area of Crown lands in the northern coast al district. Much of it is locked up in timber reserves, many of which lie back on the precipitous slopes of the main range, and are for the most part inaccessible. Other big tracts comprise second-class land, which will come into use when the railway is completed. There is, however, choice tracts (if land still locked up, for some reason or other. Yielding to pressure, areas suitable for dairy farmers have been thrown open from time to time. Several big areas, f>000 and til Hill acres, around .Murwillum Imh, which is forging ahead, were snapped up by settlers. Within the last year or two some ;Hit),DDI) acres of Clown la nils, lying between tlio Manning and the Tweed rivers have I ice 11 made available, At present, the laud hoard of (iraflou, which stret ches I'roiii ih'' 1,'iieensluiid bonier to ('nil's llarlioiir, ahoiit I nil miles along I lie coast, Willi an average depth of aliollt ','11 ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cultivation A Foreword. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Foreword. It la fiardly utH'mmry In any Mini, iho (folnmjiH of '"jl'lnt I,mid" will do* Volt) olotto llllltl'lllofl III UtilllU that word (o mnlii'iien nil forma of Ulliigd. TIiIm pnpnr Iiitit been enf'it'lillidind In till) Inlcnmli! of Hi" mini on Mm In ml; to wa(.<;li liln hilt'i'viila, mill help IiImi In «vory way. Tim IIIIUI on Mm huni to*(Iiiy, In Mm /jrnul, majority of eiutnn is','iiiiiimdlnlidy coiici'i'iicd w 1 Mi lint ol' Mm /toll, Wlmllmj1 lie In Wlldl!,,, Mill/'1, I'ol'll/'H CI'Opll, vljio or I'riiK- /(rowing, lin lit II" cull Ivn . tor. Atfi'lnithiiru In dirncMy coiincrnnd Willi liln pmnpnrll.y or failure, iAnil, In lint piiritiill, ul' n/trlculfiirn, ill ill/ Minrn In much In Iciirii, nil of nn Will ailinll., Willi nil lint pi'o//rciin tllllt linn bnnn iniidn llmrn urn yid. of/lior Iml^lil.ft l,o fin iicnled. Tlmrn In inu(!li I" bn explained, and In Mint dll'UnMoil wn Jiopn l.o lid lint medium of f,0(M:llill/< iilid ejipliiliilii//; ii,nd In illllh...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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