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TANNING RABBIT SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
TANNING RABBIT SKINS. The following is the best process for tanning rabbit .skins : — First thoroughly * wash the skins and remove all fleshy ' matter from the inner surface, then clean \ the hair or wool with warm water and soft soap, and rinse well. Take Jib. each common salt and ground alum, and Joz. of borax ; dissolve in hot water, and add sufficient rye meal to make a thick paste, which is to be spread on the flesh side ♦ of the skin. Fold it lengthwise, flesh side in, and let it remain for ten days or a fortnight in an airy and shady place ; then shake out and remove the paste from the surface, and wash and dry. For a 4, heavy skin a second application of the salt and alum may be made. Afterwards pull and stretch the skin with the hands or over a beam, and work on the flesh side with a blunt knife.
TOLMOI. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
TOLMOI. A meeting of this branch was held at Silent Home shed on ' Saturday, 3rd Feb. It was decided to hurry up the petition in connection with the railway extension from Moree to Garah, as this extension would be a great benefit to residents be tween Moree and the Queensland border, and should be a paying line from the A motion was passed to the effect that this branch highly approves of the pro posal to have a paper carried on in the interests of the F. and S. Association of N.S.W. The next meeting was fixed for Binger ang, Saturday, 17th March, at 11 a.m.
THE GULGONG SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
THE CULOONC SHOW. The Gulgong 'Advertiser' announces that it has been determined to abandon the Gulgong Show for 1906. The reason given for the abandonment is a general failure of the fruit crop and the absence of feed for stock from which the majority of exhibits were drawn. Adverse weather conditions have produced this result — drought, late frosts, and high winds hav ing wrought havoc in the district. The Gulgong folk have our sympathy. \v^i* them we hope next year will furnish full compensation.
A Simple Trap. To the Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
A Simple Trap. To the Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — I ask space to suggest to land holders in the rabbit-infested districts that they might with advantage use their cultivated land — when enclosed in a rab bit-proof fence of any kind — as a decoy for rabbits, by making one or more small rabbit-proof trap-yards within each boun dary of the cultivation fence, and provid ing a small hollow log for each yard by which the rabbits could enter, the inner end of the log being chamfered off, and fitted with a light wire grid-iron gate, hinged at the top in such a way that a rabbit could easily push it up, and that it would drop again when he entered. From the time the crop shows above the ground until long after it is gathered, the rabbits are seeking to get into the cultivation, and as they run along the fence seeking for an opening, they would meet with the hollow log and pass, not into the cul tivation, as they expected, but into a trap yard, where they would be easily dealt wit...
ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
ORICINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE. COOTAMUNDRA LAND DISTRICT, within the Cootamundra Population Area, 93 J acres, in parish of Cootamun dra, county of Harden ; price, .£2 per acre. Available 5th April, 1906. (Iden tical with Special Area.) FORBES LAND DISTRICT, within the Forbes Population Area, 80 acres, in parish of Wongajong, county of Forbes ; price, .£3 per acre. Available 8th March, 1906. (Identical with Spe cial Area.) GOSFORD LAND DISTRICT, 40 acres, in parish of Popran, county of North umberland; price, £1 per acre. Avail able 8th March, 1006. GRAFTON LAND DISTRICT, within the Iluka Population Area, 897 acres, in parish Yamba, county Clarence; price, .£1 5s. and .£1 15s. per acre. Available 12th April, 1906. (Identical with Special Area.)
SHOW NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
SHOW NOTES. A meeting of the Council of the United Pastoral and Agricultural Societies is convened for February 20th, when mat ters in connection with the Annual Con ference of Delegates and the conditions attaching to the granting of additional subsidy to Societies will be considered. The dates fixed for the P. and A. So cieties' Annual Conference are April u and 12. Molong Pastoral and Agricultural So ciety has rejoined the Union. Ulladulla P. and A. Society has decided to join the P. and A. Societies' Union. President Keys' letter to the Sydney press on single Judges has received very favourable comment.
THE POLICY OF "THE FARMER AND SETTLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 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 aims, and to spread a knowledge of the Association's work among the many tho ugands 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 Barrack...
Some Topical Verse. THE FARMER AND SETTLER.' [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
Some Topical Verse. 'THE FARMER AND SETTLER.' Go with a mission of truth and right Into the homes and the haunts of men ; Give them cheer in their ceaseless fight — Bid them rise to their toil again. Go by the Murray's winding banks, Over the sun-dried plains of Hay; Pass o'er the Lachlan's trackless course, On to the Darling1 far away. Go to the men of the Western plains, . Wellington, Dubbo, and Trangie too ; Macquarie— the Bog-an and Castlereagh, ,. Coonamble, and Walgett tried and true. Up to the far North-west away — Quirindi, Breeza, and Narrabri; Speak to the men of the Moree lands, Enter the homes at Mungindi. Over the Northern hills and glens, Tamworth and Guyra, and fair Glen coe ; On to the men of the Sunnyside — Speak out the truths that we all should know. Carry a message to every home, Cheering hopes to the men who toil; Tell them our cause and their's is one; Bid them stand for their rights the while. Men who have fought with the fire and flood ; Men grown brown with ...
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Dept. of Mines and Agriculture, Sydney. 10th Feb., 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Dept. of Mines and Agriculture, Svdney. 10th Feb., 1006. Sir, — The Honourable the Premier and Colonial Treasurer has received a mes sag-e from the Acting1 Agent-General in London, saying that he proposes to en gage space in the grain section of 1I12 Royal Agricultural Sh nv, to be held at Derby on the 27th June next, and there fore some specially g-ood, exhibits are re quired, chiefly wheat, maize, and barley. It is desirable that a worthy collection of the above products be sent to England in ample time for the above and other exhibitions, and I am directed to inform you that this Department desires the co operation of the Farmers' and Settlers' Asscciation in the obtaining of satisfac tory specimens of grain and sheaves of well-grown wheat, oats, barley, etc. Any specimens obtained by the coun try branches of your Association may be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, Sydney, and should be marked 'Exhibits for Britain.' On receipt of the material it...
PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. Following1 are the dates of forthcoming events during 1906, with names of Secre taries of the Societies concerned attached. Secretaries are requested to supply dates of fixtures, as we desire to keep our readers fully advised in advance. We will give special attention in this column to any matters dealt with by the Council of the United Pastoral and Agricultural Societies. FEBRUARY. 20 and 21. — Luddenham; J. Booth. 21 and 22. — Guyra; H. W. Vincent. 2i and 22. — Tumut ; E. H. Vyner. 27 and 2S. — Uralla ; Rainey Mackay. 25 and March 1. — Liverpool; C. A. Shep herd. 28 and March 1 and 2. — Inverell; T. P. Borthwick. MARCH. I and 2. — Gunning ; Ernest E. Morgan. 6 and 7. — Campbelltown ; A. R. Payten. 6, 7, 8 and 9. — Tenterfield ; F. W. Hoskin 7 and 8. — Walcha, S. Hargrave. 7 and S. — -Braidwood ; L. Chapman. 7 and 8. — Canowindra; Jno. J. Finn. 7, 8 and 9. — Macleay ; Ernest Weeks. 7, 8 and 9. — Narrabri ; J. McCutcheon. 8 and 9. — Penrith ; 8, 9 an...
INQUIRY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 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. ????
CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
CROWN LANDS. The following areas were selected from 1st January to 7th February. 1006. Homestead Selections . . 10,231 acres Settlement Leases ? S5j772 ,, Conditional Purchases . . 43,620 „ Conditional Leases ? 76,77s „ Cond. Purchase Leases io,SSo ,, Total . . . . 197,278 acres The period includes five Lands Office days and the applications for original holdings represent 34 new settlers. In addition to the area made available prior to the 1st January, 1906, an area of 106,017 acres was specially set apart dur ing the above period.
WIRE NETTING FOR FARMERS. Important to Branches. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
WIRE NETTING FOR FARMERS. Important to Branches. The following circular has been for warded to each of the Branch Secretaries in the State : — Sydney, 12th Feb., 1906. The Secretary, ? F. and S. Assoc. Dear Sir, — I desire to bring under your notice the following: resolutions passed at a recent meeting of the Bena and Wam hovne Farmers' and Settlers' Association. and I am requested to bring the resolu tions immediately under the notice of our Branches, with a view of joint action be ing taken. The important nature of the resolutions will, I am sure, appeal to you. Trusting to have prompt action by your members and through your Parliamentary represen tative, — Yours faithfully, T. I. CAMPBELL, Gen. Sec. RESOLUTIONS. 1. That in view of the spread of the rabbit pest, and the consequent heavy demand for wire netting to cope with same, the Government be asked to reduce the rato of carriage on netting (in minimum lots of one ton) to the level of the | rates charged for wheat on the UP jou...
NEW BRANCH ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
NEW BRANCH ASSOCIATIONS. It is always satisfactory to record pro gress, and it' will.be interesting, and, we trust, also inspiring, to settlers generally, to hear of,, the establishment and affilia tion of the following new Branches of the Association since last Conference — Oriel, Tallewang, Yarrowyck, Gravesendj Cool ah; Southern Richmond, Wentworth (near NarrflkriL Associations have also been formed . at Dihton Vale, Milton, Parkes, Daysdale, and the General, Secretary is advised that affiliation fees will be duly forwarded. ' ' President Perry will shortly be visiting Inverell district, and will address' several Branch Associations and assist, in the es tablishment of a new Branch at Ashfordr
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
MYER'S PAST0RALI5TS' AGENCY, 35 Elizabeth Street, SYDNEY. ? ~ ' ? ,* '??$'. ', The only Labour Agency in Sydney: where the Manager aud Manageress have had Station Experience. '? -. Mr. E, J. MYERS, Manager 15 Years' Station Experience as Overseer of ' MULLAH,' ' MERUNGLE,' . and' ANGLEDOOL' STATIONS. MAKE US AN OFFER ON YOUR OWN TERMS. OWNER MUST SELD AND WILL TELL YOU .'? WHY. , A HIGHLY IMPEOVED FARM PROPERTY of 04 Aoros, in superior district, splendidly watered, sub- , stantial and comfortable residence of 6 large rooms, ' kitcbon, laundry, pantry, bathroom, and all con* veuiences.' .Handy to Bydney, wall fenced and divided into' paddooks suitable for dairying or cultivation j good orohard, stables, outhouses, all in thorough going order. The stock and plant oan be included. W rite to us for particulars of this not-often-to-be-fouud ohancR. HENEY P. HALLORAN & CO., : 1 Open Mondays till 0 p.m. 82 Pitt Street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906
70,000 FARMERS AND SETTLERS The Electoral Rolls show us that there are more than 70,000 farmers and settlers in New South Wales. To spread the platform of the Asso ciation, and increase the member ship, every man of the 70,000 will occasionally receive a specimen copy of this paper. It costs money — yes, lots of it; but our adver tisers are helping 'us to pro vide it. Just take a glance now through the advertisements, and note who they are ; they defserve your custom and recommendation — don't forget ! T. I. CAMPBELL, Secretary.