Back To Billabong

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Kessinger Publishing, 2004 - Fiction - 204 pages
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Rather not, Bob answered. "We raced round magnificently in your aunt's car and presented our letters, and had more invitations to sundry meals than we could possibly accept. Every one was extraordinarily kind to us. I've offers and promises of advice in whatever district we settle; three squatters asked me up to their places, to stay awhile and study the country; and one confiding man--I hadn't a letter to him at all, by the way, only some one introduced us to him in Scott's--actually offered me a job as jackeroo on a Queensland run. But he was a lone old bachelor, and when he heard I had a sister he shied off in terror. I think he's running yet."

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