[A black and white drawing showing the head and shoulders of a man in an open-necked shirt and hat, holding a pitchfork. Sitting on each shoulder and on his hat are three much smaller men, two wearing suits and one in a shirt and trousers with his sleeves rolled up. Surrounding them are four smaller illustrations of two kinds of factories, a group of dock workers unloading a ship, and a train at the station.]
[The caption of the image in large capital letters reads:] THE MAN THAT CARRIES THE OTHERS – FINDING THE FOOD – FINDING THE RAW MATERIALS FOR FACTORIES AND CREATING WORK FOR ALL
[In a blank area of the poster is printed:]
Issued by the Million Farms
10 Castlereagh St
[Handwritten signature printed on poster] Augustus Aloy.
About this record
"We want a Great National Objective... to colonise the thousand million acres of Australia upon which there is barely a single white man, but which is just as capable of supporting a population as Port Jackson, Botany Bay or Hobson's Bay when first they were colonised." So said Joseph Carruthers, proponent of the Million Farms Campaign.