Volume 60: William Campbell letters, 1846-1894: No. 529

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at present cattle stations in Queensland are selling at a very low ebb, and were I a young man I would buy, only I would only buy good healthy salt bush plains in the south western districts.  I mean country that could be converted into sheep stations when wool might commands fair prices which is very probable.  Such a station might suit George, who could work it under an experienced overseer.  The climate in these S. Western districts is hot but dry and

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