Having been commissioned to paint aview of the Oudtshoorn (South Africa Racecourse, the hero of this adventure, C. [?]. J. Walkey, set forth to his task. He carried no easel, and walked down the river until he came to Fourie's Drift, which he crossed, emerging on the veldt of the Southern Karoo. Near-by was a very big ostrich farm, containing something near a thousand birds. The wires of the fence surrounding the farm were old and rusty, the posts ancient and rotten. As ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 836 words
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