from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A system by which a settler in an Australian colony may select, take up, and acquire perfect title to a block of from 40 to 320 acres of crown lands at a fixed rate per acre (usually twenty shillings), and pay for the same at the rate of one shilling per acre per annum for twenty years.
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