Argentina from a British Point of View And Notes on Argentine Life
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Argentina from a British Point of View And Notes on Argentine Life

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  • ARGENTINA FROM A BRITISH POINT OF VIEW
  • AND
  • NOTES ON ARGENTINE LIFE.
    • With Photographs and Diagrams.
      • EDITED BY
    • EDITED BY
    • CAMPBELL P. OGILVIE.
    • DEDICATED
      • To all
      • THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE SANTA FÉ LAND COMPANY, LIMITED,
      • who take a real interest in the Company.
    • To all
    • THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE SANTA FÉ LAND COMPANY, LIMITED,
    • who take a real interest in the Company.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS.
  • LIST OF DIAGRAMS.
  • ARGENTINA FROM A BRITISH POINT OF VIEW.
  • HISTORY OF THE SANTA FÉ LAND COMPANY, LIMITED.
    • SHARE CAPITAL.
      • BAZAN LANDS.
      • Cattle Train on Central Argentine Railway, bringing Cattle to Barrancosa.
      • RAILWAY COMMUNICATION.
      • ADMINISTRATION.
      • COMPANY'S BUSINESS.
      • SAN CRISTOBAL DEPARTMENT.
      • Loading Wheat at Rosario from the "Barranca."
      • San Cristobal Estancia House.
      • SANTA CATALINA AND LA BARRANCOSA.
      • VERA DEPARTMENT.
      • Watering-Place at Barrancosa.
      • Wood on the Company's Own Line ready for Loading.
      • THE FOLLOWING TABLE SHOWS THE FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE COMPANY FROM 1898 TO THE PRESENT TIME.
      • Loading Timber at Wayside Station.
    • BAZAN LANDS.
    • Cattle Train on Central Argentine Railway, bringing Cattle to Barrancosa.
    • RAILWAY COMMUNICATION.
    • ADMINISTRATION.
    • COMPANY'S BUSINESS.
    • SAN CRISTOBAL DEPARTMENT.
    • Loading Wheat at Rosario from the "Barranca."
    • San Cristobal Estancia House.
    • SANTA CATALINA AND LA BARRANCOSA.
    • VERA DEPARTMENT.
    • Watering-Place at Barrancosa.
    • Wood on the Company's Own Line ready for Loading.
    • THE FOLLOWING TABLE SHOWS THE FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE COMPANY FROM 1898 TO THE PRESENT TIME.
    • Loading Timber at Wayside Station.
  • THE VALUE OF LAND IN ARGENTINA.
    • Wheat ready for Loading at Station on Central Argentine Railway.
      • The Maker of Land Values.
    • The Maker of Land Values.
  • REMARKS ON STORMS AND THE CLIMATE OF THE ARGENTINE.
  • SOME EXPERIENCES OF WORKING ON ESTANCIAS.
  • THE SOCIAL SIDE OF CAMP LIFE.
    • Tennis Party at Vera.
  • CARNIVAL IN THE ARGENTINE.
    • Carnival at Vera.
  • HORSE-RACING IN THE ARGENTINE.
  • SUNDAYS IN CAMP.
    • "A Day of Real Enjoyment."
  • THE SERVANT PROBLEM IN ARGENTINA.
  • POLICE OF A BYGONE DAY.
  • A VISIT TO THE NORTHERN CHACO.
  • WORK IN THE WOODS.
  • CACHAPÉS, AND OTHER THINGS.
  • MY FRIEND THE AXEMAN.
    • Square Quebracho Logs worked by the Axeman, showing Resin oozing therefrom.
  • DUST AND OTHER STORMS.
  • LOCUSTS.
  • CONSCRIPT LIFE IN THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC.
  • ACROSS THE BOLIVIAN ANDES IN 1901.
    • Loading Wheat at the Port of Buenos Aires.
  • PROGRESS OF THE PORT OF BUENOS AIRES.
  • JUST MY LUCK!
  • "THE TACURU."
    • "THE TACURU."
      • Horses awaiting Inspection.
      • Stacking Alfalfa.
      • Alfalfa Elevator at Work.
    • Horses awaiting Inspection.
    • Stacking Alfalfa.
    • Alfalfa Elevator at Work.
    • "THE TACURU."
      • The Green Fields of Alfalfa.
      • Herd of Cattle.
      • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • The Green Fields of Alfalfa.
    • Herd of Cattle.
    • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • "THE TACURU."
      • Expanse of Alfalfa.
      • Disc-Plough at Work.
      • Roadmaker and Railroad Builder.
      • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • Expanse of Alfalfa.
    • Disc-Plough at Work.
    • Roadmaker and Railroad Builder.
    • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • "THE TACURU."
      • Ploughing Virgin Camp.
      • Hart-Parr Engine, drawing Roadmaker.
      • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • Ploughing Virgin Camp.
    • Hart-Parr Engine, drawing Roadmaker.
    • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • "THE TACURU."
      • Cattle leaving Dip.
      • CORRESPONDENCE.
    • Cattle leaving Dip.
    • CORRESPONDENCE.
    • "THE TACURU."
      • Crossing the Salado.
      • The Effect of a Long Drought.
      • Refined Camps.
      • CORRESPONDENCE.
      • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • Crossing the Salado.
    • The Effect of a Long Drought.
    • Refined Camps.
    • CORRESPONDENCE.
    • ADVERTISEMENTS.
    • "THE TACURU."
      • "Rich black alluvial Soil."
      • ADVERTISEMENT.
      • ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
    • "Rich black alluvial Soil."
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
    • "THE TACURU."
      • Water Knee-deep.
      • Quebracho Colorado Tree.
      • Sleepers awaiting Transport at Vera.
      • Tannin Extract Factory.
      • Some of the Horses.
    • Water Knee-deep.
    • Quebracho Colorado Tree.
    • Sleepers awaiting Transport at Vera.
    • Tannin Extract Factory.
    • Some of the Horses.
    • "THE TACURU."
    • Monday, April 4th, 1910.
      • "Awful Flood."
      • On the Way to Olmos.
    • "Awful Flood."
    • On the Way to Olmos.
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