The Wide World Magazine, August 1955 - Australian Edition: Amateur Lumberjacks

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

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Features: "The Eye of Allah" - a curious story by veteran mining engineer Cassiter Wright; The Masab Kunta Mystery - A weird story from India; Amateur Lumber jacks - A glimpse of life in an Ontario timber-camp where two ex-Servicemen earn money for another year of University; Seeking Pirate Treasure - a shrewed businessman invests in a scheme to locate hidden millions; A South Sea Hair-Cut - close-ups descriptive of manners and customs and prevailing conditions in various parts of the globe - Mangaia, Cook Islands, South Pacific; Gold Galore - New Guinea (near Bulolo Airport); Money in Shell - a trophy fishing trip to the Great Barrier Reef; The Inca's Emerald - alleged to be one of the crown jewels of Peru; The Sea Gypsies of Mergui off the coast of Burma; A lump of rust - seeking a silver deposit in northern Quebec; Canadian Curiosities - some interesting relics of the Gold Rush days of the Canadian Yukon; and more. Average wear. Sound copy.