FORTESCUE’S GREAT AUTOMATIC PATENT POLLARD DISTRIBUTORc. 1930
The special “Sulky” version of this automated horse draw rabbit baiting cart. More than 10,000 of these machines were produced by the IXL Arncliffe factory over roughly three decades.
This restored version can be seen in the outdoor area at the Duke Street Park in Albany.
They used phosphorus as a poison and were known to cause bushfires. Despite this they were apparently very popular with farmers.