In the 1920s around two dozen companies planted forests and sold bonds to investors. This advertisement for Putaruru Forests Ltd appeals to those wanting to save for their old age. The accompanying picture suggests that money actually does grow on trees.
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Reference: Smith-Wylie Journal. 20 November 1921
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