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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 73

Ah Bon, a Chinaman

Ah Bon, a Chinaman,

at Butcher's Gully, has about nine acres planted with apples and mixed fruit trees. He was not at home when I called on him, but his land is irrigated and produces healthy fruit of the finest description. From Clyde I went to Cromwell, and from the township of Cromwell to the Lowburn district. A short distance from the Lowburn Hotel I visited several orchards, which were producing fruit of the very finest quality. From those orchards I went back to the ranges running along to the back of Lowburn. I think it is called the Dunstan Range. All the foot-hills of this range, for a considerable distance, are capable of producing fruit of the very best quality. From inquiries I made I found that a great deal of the