Qld cattle pioneer chronicled

By Megan Stafford
Updated December 17 2015 - 12:29am, first published March 1 2014 - 6:00pm
Harry Anning with wife Annie Flossie (nee Carter) and children Bill and Mary at Wetherby Station. Mr Anning was keen to improve the genetic traits of north Queensland’s predominantly Shorthorn herd 80 years ago.

THE PAGES of the account book, aged and moth-bitten at the edges, should be worth nothing. Yet, they are invaluable, for on them lies the life of a North Queensland grazier chronicled in cattle figures, account balances, and most importantly, correspondence.

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