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BEADY-MADE FARMS.

FOR BRITISH IMMIGRANTS. A NEW SOUTH WALES SCHEME. (Per Press Association—Copyright.) (Received February 13, 9.50 a.m.) SYDNEY, February 13. The British Immigration League is establishing a company to buy estates in New South Wales. It will erect homes and farm buildings, and clear, fence, and make everything ready so that immigrant farmers can go straight from the ship to the farms. The company is to be called " The ment, leaves for England in April, and hopes to have £100,000 available. Mr Easton, secretary of the moveAustralian Settlements, Limited." The profits to shareholders are limited to 6 per cent. It is proposed to sell the farms on easy terms, spreading over a long period, with no payment of the principal for, the first five years.

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BEADY-MADE FARMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8793, 13 February 1914

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