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THE VICTORIAN DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

THE VICTORIAN DAIRYING INDUSTRY. Mr. R. Crowe, Victorian Superintend ent of Exports, in a report to the Secre tary of Agriculture, states that one of the most important recent developments in the dairying industry has been the mul tiplication of milking machines'. Very many installations have been arranged for during the coming slack season. A few days ago he visited a farm where 82 cows' were milked night and morning. Under ordinary circumstances this would require five expert milkers, .or. six ordin ary hands; but there were only two per sons .of the farm — the owners and one young man. Cheese was. made,) calves and. pigs were fed;; and all' other general work was done by them. Passing on to other dairy products, Mr. .Crowe remarks that they only amount, to about one twelfth of the value of the butter shipped each year. Pig products alone should be available for export to a value approach ing one million sterling, and this branch of dairying might be;Amore extensively pursued with...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATTUNGA. The President Farewelied.—A Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

ATTUNCA. The President Farewelied. — A Presenta tion. The principal business at the meeting on 13th instant was to receive the resigna tion of the President, Mr. James McNam ara. After Mr. McNamara had formally tendered his resignation, which he said he did with extreme regret, Mr. C. . P. Dowe read the following address : — 'To James McNamara, Esq., J.P., President, Farmers' and Settlers' Asso ciation, Attunga. Dear Sir, — We, your friends and neighbours of Attunga and UlOllll/Lj AG£lt;i VC1J lllUUli I.U UCdl Ul J'UUl departure from among us ; also in our Farmers' and Settlers' Association we re gret very much to receive your resigna tion as President, which office you have most honourable and faithfully filled since the advent of the Association in 1902. . The existence of the Association at the present day is mainly due to your untir ing efforts to hold it together, for which we one and all unreservedly wish to thank you. We beg your acceptance of the accompanying gift as a small...

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BRANCH REPORTS. HENTY. Land Hunters'Census.—Samples of Wheat.—The New Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

BRANCH REPORTS. HENTY. Land Hunters' Census. — Samples of Wheat. — The New Paper. The ordinary meeting was held on 6th ultimo. In the absence of the President (Dr. Cameron), the Vice-President, Mr. Duffy, occupied the chair. The Intelligence Department wrote, forwarding specimen copy of form which lias been issued for the purpose of ob taining the census on 'Who Wants Land?' The information was also sup plied that the census which was being col lected by the 'S.S. and S. Journal' was nor considered by the Department as be ing official, though it might ultimately be used for the purpose for which it was de signed. Census papers are being pro cured from the Department, and will be left at the offices of W. F. Lockwood and Messrs. Bartsch and Paech ; and all those who have already returned one of the 'S. and S. Journal ' census papers, as well as those who have hitherto neglected this important duty, are requested to at once procure a paper at the offices mentioned and complete same wi...

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Poultry for Profit. FOWLS FOR THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

Poultry for Profit. FOWLS FOR THE FARMER. In this utilitarian age there is a pro nounced objection to 'fancy' fowls. Those, however, who go so far as to as sert that the good old 'barn-door' chook is the best, have failed to grasp the important fact that all the pure-bred varieties of the genus Gallus are not fancy fowls. The common fallacy is to imagine the terms fancy, and pure-bred, to be synonymous'. As a matter of fact, they are widely different. Strictly speaking, fancy fowls are those which have no features entitling them to the consideration or the man who desires a plentiful supply of eggs and a large frame capable of satisfying the appetites of several persons. Some breeds will do the one to perfection, some will do the other equally well. Few, however, are found to meet both of these requirements. * # ♦ It is much the same with fowls as it is with cattle. There is the breed which stands unrivalled as a milk producer, and there is also that which divides with one or two ot...

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Live Stock Report for Week Ending 2nd February, 1906. At Flemington. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

Live Stock Report for Week Ending 2nd February, 1906. At Flemington. Sheep. — 51,438, including 5700 lambs, were yarded, the quality being made up principally of from good to prime. Buy ers were in full attendance, and competed freely for the better class of sheep, but the medium quality suffered a decline. Quotations : Crossbred wethers sold from 13/- to 17/-; ewes from 12/- to 15/11 ; me rino wethers sold from 10/- to 16/4, some cheaper; ewes from 8/- to 15/ Lambs. — 5700 forward made up' of all grades, the bulk being suckers ; best sold from 10/- to 14/8, others cheaper. Cattle. — 2553 yarded, the bulk of which were of medium quality. The good to prime quality sold -at about last week's values, but the market eased toward the close. Best beef made to 21/-/ Bullocks sold fom £7 to ,£10/10/-; steers from ,£3; cows from £4 to £7/5/-' At City Yards. Pigs. — 2780' penned, comprising all classes, with a large numb6r of stores. . The market was slightly easier for all classes, with Stor...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Contributed Articles On Topical Subjects. A STATE LAND BANK. (W. A. EWERS). [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

Contributed Articles on Topical Subjects. A STATE LAND BANK. (VV. A. Ewbks). General regret and disappointment will be felt throughout the country that an other session has closed without seeing effect given to the oft-repeated promise to place the settlers of-N.S.W. on the same footing as that enjoyed by their confreres in the other States, with regard to facilities for obtaining1 -cheap money for the development of the resources of the inland districts. Country electors have reason to feel dissatisfied and dis gusted with the treatment they have re ceived in this respect. It will be recol lected that at the 'liberal and reform' conference, which preceded the appeal to the country at last general election, a very prominent position was given .to the question of amalgamation of the Post Office and Barrack-street Savings Banks and the Advances to Settlers' Office, with a view of establishing an effective Credit Fonder sys tem. There was at that time no divi sion in public expression ...

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Contributed Articles, &c. (Continued). LAND ADMINISTRATION BY COMMISSION. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

Contributed Articles, &c. (Continued). LAND ADMINISTRATION BY COMMISSION. (By E.B.) The proposal to place the administra tion of the lands of this State under Com mission, when first submitted to a Con ference of the Farmers' and Settlers' As sociation about 6 years ago, was received by that body, if not with an appearance of direct hostility, at least with that measure of caution which such a radical change in our methods would warrant. The ques tion was re-submitted from year to year at succeeding Conferences, further de bated, and postponed until the year 1903, being finally dealt with at the Con ference held in Narandera, when . it was carried by an overwhelming majority in what was admittedly the largest and most representative gathering of the Associa tion which had taken place up to that time. Out of doors, through the country, it was evident that the idea was fast catch ing on to the people,' and that a rather ambitious proposal first mooted in a Con ference of the A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

SEND TO Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. LIMITED, SYDNEY,           WOOL, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE BROKERS.   CHARGE FOR SELLING WOOL REDUCED TO 2 PER CENT.                 This Is our sole charge to the Grower.                                       A SPECIAL FEATURE in the conduct of our business is our     system of placing proceeds of all con-         signments in a separate TRUST               &...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

TO CORRESPONDENTS.   We shall be glad to publish communi-   cations from our readers on all topics, cal- culated to interest or instruct the "man on the land." But they must be terse,     simple, brief, and impersonal, and writ-   ten on one side of the paper only. In these days of strenuous business life, men have no time to lose in the perusal of'   lengthy articles or letters. Writers should, therefore , study to say u what they have to say in the fewest words and in the plain est possible English. Contributions built on these lines will have the best chance of living in print in our columns.             "The idea is, good..... All members     seen, so far, will become subscribers -to 'Farmer and Settler.' Will hustle. round at next meeting."— Thus writes Secretary Gibson, Berangerine. 'Delighed with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

Telephone 4236. The Farmer & Settler." THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF The Farmers' and Settlers' Association of N.S.W.   PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Price: One Penny. 5/- per Annum, post free The Editor, Mr, T. I. Campbell, General Secretary of the Association, will be glad to receive contributions from all who have anything to write about which may be of interest or value to the farmer and settler.   It will be very convenient if all matter intended for publication is written upon one side of the paper only, and as briefly and as much to the point as possible. All matter should reach the Editor on or before the Saturday in each week for publication on the Wednesday following. While 'The Farmer and Settler' will prove a very valuable means of communication between the Execu tive Officers, the 160 odd Branch Secretaries, and the whole of the Members, the aid of every one is requisi- tioned to render perfect the enterprise now entered upon. Items of intelligence, ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

OIL ENGINES HORNSBY PATENT SAFETY.   The most Economical, Reliable & Durable   Motive Power for the Stationl and Farm. Specially Suitable for: - Chaffcutting Dairying Pumping Sheep Shearing etc STATIONARY TYPE.                 PORTABLE TYPE.     THE "BALTIC" SEPARATOR — IS THE — RECORD SKIMMER —OF THE WORLD.—       AWARDED 11 GOLD MEDALS AND 24 FIRST PRIZES IN ONE SEASON. Prices & Particulars on Application to           R. HORNSBY & SONS, LTD. Haymarket, Sydney; Spencer Street, Melbourne.   [Kindly mention this paper when writing.      

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CANMAIN FOREST RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

CANMAIN FOREST RESERVE.. The action of the Minister for Lands in personally inspecting the Ganmain Forest Reserve, and thus obtaining absolutely .unbiassed evidence as to the presence or otherwise of valuable timber thereon, will strongly commend itself to those who have been consistently advocating the opening of Crown lands for settlement. The Minister's visit and the result of his inspection of the area should demon- strate that the departmental reports which have been responsible for the withdrawal of the land from settlement should receive further careful consideration, and the forest reserves that have been proclaimed on the reports of the same officers as re- ported on the Ganmain Reserve should be further investigated, more particularly in , those districts where a keen demand ex- ists for land for closer settlement. It should be the function of local branches of the Association to carefully examine the maps of their resective districts, and after locating reserves, and the ...

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INQUIRY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

INQUIRY COLUMN. All inquiries from farmers and settlers concerning subjects relating to the land forwarded to the General Secretary of the F. and S. Association, 84 Pitt-street, Sydney, will receive special attention, and answers thereto will appear in this column from week to week. Our readers are invited to seek infor- mation upon any subject concerning which they may be in doubt, and we shall do our best to supply reliable answers to   their questions.

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WIRE NETTING FOR SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

WIRE NETTING FOR SETTLERS. After many years' earnest agitation by all classes and conditions of settlers, the Government have at last made a slight provision to meet their responsibilities re the rabbit question. The placing of £50,000 on the Estima- tes for the supply of wire netting to the Pastures Protection Boards is a matter for satisfaction — not that the amount voted is adequate for requirements for the current year, but the recognition of the liability of the Crown and the good service that will be effected by the distri-   bution of netting to the various boards will undoubtedly result in larger votes in succeeding years. Divided among sixty- five boards, the amount voted is, however, a mere bagatelle, and therefore it behoves those direct- ly interested — i.e., the ratepayers under the Pastures Protection Act — to see that the best result is obtained, and so justify the Government in extending the vote for the, supply of wire netting from year to year. It is t...

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INTRODUCTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

INTRODUCTORY. '"The Farmer and Settler" offers     no apology for its appearance in the journalistic arena. It was called for and has come, and in making its bow to the thousands of toilers on the land, whose representative it is to be, and to the general public of the Mother State, it is not troubled with any fear that it will be looked   upon as an interloper whose pres- ence is undesirable. With the un-     hesitating assurance of the invited guest it takes the welcome for grant ed, cheered by the consciousness that the importance and dignity of its mission is fully recognised and appreciated by those whom it has come to serve.     The aim of the projectors of the paper will be to make it indispens- ible to every progressive farmer and settler in the State — first, as an edu- cative force in matters political, in dustrial, commercial and social ; next,: as a channel of communica- tion and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

FOR ALL     Station & House REQUIREMENTS You cannot do better than write to CHAS. CLARKE Quotations submitted for Wire Netting Wool packs, Cornsacks, Rabbit Poisons, all Farming Implements, etc. Correspondence Invited.   14 O'CONNELL ST., SYDNEY.     Desirable Settlement Lease. 1773 Acres, 17 miles Manilla, undulating country, about 400 good wheat land, fenced and subdivided, house 6 rooms, shed, yards, etc. Price 21/- per acre. GARVIN & COUSENS, Tamworth SEEDS! Not the sort you buy at stores Send 6d. stamps for our 3 trial packets of vegeta- ble seeds, or mix- ture of 100 sorts flower seeds, and catalogue. HERBERT J. RUMSEY, Seed Merchant, 1 Adderton Road, Dundas, N. S. W. McKAY           PLOUGH               With a "SUNBEAM" Plough   S...

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HOW NOT TO DO IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

HOW NOT TO DO IT. In introducing the North Coast Railway Bill to the Legislative Assembly, the Government were intending to involve the country in an expenditure of something over two millions sterling, and were ap- parently prepared to construct this line, although expert evidence declared that the annual loss would be somewhere about one hundred thousand pounds. One hun- dred thousand pounds is 4 per cent, in terest on two and a half millions, and it would appear that for some reason or other the Government did not mind sad-       dling the State with this burden. When a responsible body is willing to effect works which show this loss, for their own sake it would be just as well if the reason for bringing forward such schemes were given straight out, or else the general public, who have to foot the bill, will feel that it is necessary to trans- fer the duties of office to other shoulders. That a Ministry should attempt such a scheme in the fa...

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NEW CROWN LANDS REGULATIONS. Under the Act of 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

NEW CROWN LANDS REGULATIONS. Under the Act of 1905. The. regulations and forms for carrying out the Crown Lands Act of 1905 have been recently issued, and are now ob- tainable at the various Lands Offices throughout the State.   Intending applicants should bear in   mind that form 114 must be used in applying for the new class of tenure known as conditional purchase lease. A declaration is attached to such forms and may be attested by a justice of the peace, commissioner for affidavits, or land agent. The application may be signed by the applicant, or by an at- torney or agent on his behalf. Such ap- plication may be lodged with the land agent by the applicant in person, or per- sonally by an agent duly authorised in writing, or by registered letter after the land is set apart for conditional purchase lease.       All applications are deemed simulta- neous that are received by the Crown Lands Agent between the first Th...

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ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

ON THE LAND. There are very few who realise what a marvellous amount can be done, and what a good income can be obtained, from a small block of really good land. There are also very few who know of   what is practically the only really first class land about Sydney, situated near Narrabeen, only a few miles from Manly and only 15 or 16 miles by road from Sydney. The soil is of the very finest for market garden purposes, and most suitable tor poultry farms, or both can be combined. It is in a most beautiful and sheltered situation, its proximity to the ocean (with some lovely beaches), making the temperature so mild and even that frosts are unknown, and produce can   be marketed from two to three weeks earlier than from other districts with consequent high prices. The only estate where blocks in this district are at pre- sent available is the Rocklily Estate, and the well-known liberal agents, Messrs. Henry F. Halloran and Co., of 82 Pitt Street, Sydney, cla...

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THE POLICY OF "THE FARMER AND SETTLER." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

THE POLICY OF "THE FARMER AND SETTLER." The following resolutions, which were passed at the last Annual Conference, form the basis of this Journal's policy. It is our grea task to further advocate these alms, and to spread a knowledge of the Association's work among the many tho usands of the farmers and set- tlers of this State who — neglecting their own interests — still remain outside the membership of the Association. The result anticipated is that such an increas- ed membership will be secured, and so many District Branches be added to our present strength as to ensure these reso- lutions ultimately forming part of the State laws, making for the betterment of the conditions of life and labour upon the land, and for the realisation of which every farmer and settler should now unite. T. I. CAMPBELL, General Secretary. Offices: 84 Pitt St., Sydney. STATE LAND BANK. 1. That this Conference upholds and approves of the proposed amalgamation by the Government of the Post Office and Ba...

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