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THE CLAIM FOR MORE PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

THE CLAIM FOR MORE PROTEC TION. The case for Australian implement manufacturers for protection against American Trust devices to wipe them out has been advanced before the Tariff Com mission by Mr, E. S. Triggj general manager of the Meadowbank Manufactur ing Company. He explained, that with but two exceptions ' (malleable castings and mould boards) the manufacturers in New South I Wales urged the same protection as Victorian makers — about 40 per cent. Through the increased capital which had been put into' the Meadowbank Company it was' now employing 200 hands, of whom 180 were engaged on agricultural majbhin ery. The alteration of the tariff would not lead to an increase of prices, but really seemed necessary to retain the pre sent local trade against the insidious at tacks of the Americans. As an instance of the objectionable tactics of associated importing firms, Mr. Trigg related that they had obtained machines from his com pany simply for the purpose of- copying them and under...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW HARVESTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

A NEW HARVESTER. We have received from Mr. M. V. McKay an excellent catalogue. of the new 'Push — Sunshine' harvester, which has a comb 11ft. ,6in. in width. From the il lustrations and descriptive matter we see that this huge harvester is twice the size of the ordinary 'Sunshine,' and will, if is said, take off easily 40 acres a clay, and make an excellent sample. . There are some splendid testimonials from well known farmers bearing this out. Mr. McKay has always been in the forefront with improvements in harvesting machi nery, and is to be congratulated on this, his latest, success. Milk which has been standing any time in a jug should always be carefully pour ed into another, leaving a little at the bottom, for this portion of the milk is in jurious to health, and has often been known to cause typhoid fever.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

*^^ m flSSMk M fit A ft 1 1% '' LIMITED. , Central |g& Opposite Square, A f A New Railway : pianos v Station, E/^^^SpJSi SYDNEY VV «§$&?- HI 'MiHuuciuntK ill 8? ^ JlJ' * ?I Illill N iPfl II IW it i \\f^\ \m WF Q F 1 1 £Weiy» Tailoring, Furniture,. Carpets, '??? , ..n. Linoleums, Pianos, Sewing Machines; in fact, Everything. write for catalogues CAnddn'e Australian y rOi gdli 9 made TO SUIT ALL PLOUGHS AND CULTIVATORS. '1 They are the Result of 27 Years' ; ._ -2jjJ ? Experience, and are ? -jJ0 ???-*' Unequalled In the Commonwealth. Ask your Storekeeper for FORGAN'S SHARES. ! \ Wholesale Agent: ' B. G, PADDLE, 418 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. \ — _^_ ___^—_ — — — — THE I j POULTRY FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY j LIMITED, QUAY & THOMAS STREETSt SYDNEY. | Pure Bi*ed Poultry Sales -^ The Third Snlo of tho Soason, WEDNESDAY. APRIL IBth, in now find more extensive premises, PARKER STREET, HAYMARKET. Regular Tri-woekly Snles of Eggs and Poultry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

\ ' FORWARD YOOB PttODUCE TO \ ) 139 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY, f C Who will get you the highest market rates, \ V charge lowest possible commiBBion, and send \ C you returns day after Sale. Auction 8ales f - daily at Redforu. Now and Second-hand Bags \ C in Stock. Our Bankers are The City Bank of \ \ Sydney (Western Branch). \ LOG AND STUMP JACK If you hare StumpB, Roots, Stonoa, or Logs to ol«ar, or any heavy lifting to do, TRY THESE JACKS Th|J we used by thousaudo throughout Australasia, ana their sale is rapidly increasing, whiob proves their value. They are light, strong and durablo, and the price placet them within the roaoh of all. Inquire from your Ironmongers, or write for Illu*. trated Catalogue to the makora, TREWHELLA BROS. ENGINEEES, TBENTHAM. VICTORIA. Silver Laced Wyandottes. A picked breeding1 trio, Cockerel and two Pullets, very nicely marked ; Brother to Cockerel won 2nd prize recent New castle Show ; Pullets laying:. Only 10/6; worth double. \ Apply G. W. LAVENDER, Hu...

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THE ASSOCIATION AND THE LABOR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

THE ASSOCIATION AND THE LABOR PARTY. At the Executive Council meeting on Tuesday, ,«? Mr. Mclnerney expressed his astonishment that j Mr. Trefle should have been attacked. He was a t member ot the Tumut Branch of the Political La Jf bor League, and if the Labor party was going to be . attacked there would be a lot of trouble ahead. He was not asked his political leanings wtirm he ioined the Association, and Mr. Perrv was not objected to when he came in as a Labor man. His old Protection Party was wiped out at the last election, and he could only go to the Labor' party. Why should he be driven out of the Association because his political opinions differed from some of his old friends with whom he had been working for years? Why shoult1. the Labor party be attacked any more than the Protection party? Anyone reading the paper must gain the impression that it was continually lashing into one particular party. Mr. Ewers: Fighting for certain principles, ir respective of any party. Mr. Mc...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GARDEN. STRAWBERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

THE GARDEN. STRAWBERRIES. Althoug-h the flavor of this luscious fruit is largely dependant upon the cli mate in which it' is grown, yet its cultiva tion is so very easy, and a crop the first season after planting so tolerably certain as to justify its adoption by every gar dener. All the way from Tasmania in the south, to Brisbane in the north the suonucii}1 xs tx suic auu paynij-j invcoi ment. Although fruit grown in the vici nity of Sydney lacks the characteristic and true strawberry flavor, yet we have seen such which in point of size, shape, and color would rival the best in Covent Garden, London. * * * As a matter of fact, the local berry is somewhat watery and insipid, although notwithstanding this drawback growers ? find a ready' market at paying prices for all- they can produce. The true flavor is conferred only by such climatic condi tions as bring what are termed English fruits to perfection. The climate, there fore, which produces cherries, gooseber ries, and currants, re...

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THE RABBIT PROBLEM. SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

THE RABBIT PROBLEM. SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS. Mr. W. Brown, of Bellcvue, Dubbo, re ports destroying by trapping and poison Kj,ooo rabbits in seven weeks off 1300 acres. At Buddah Lake, Mr. Cameron's property, a rabbit drive on Wednesday night destroyed more than 1000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

—_ IP YOU ARE) AIM EXPERT, £_ You can safely buy a Diamond article anywhere, but if you are not, then our advice is to deal with A REPUTABLE HOUSE. Now, We are Specially suited ^ mmm wm ^m n^ m ana wm «? W to serve .you well. We have our own Our 5 ®» 1O Guinea House in the centre of it —. ~e~. ^f AM«. AM * D : ?*. *£ «?» the world's Diamond EngatfementRintfs look-OUt, and ready to plve Guineas Ten Guineas . put the cash up, when _____^_____^_—^——— ___ ' good value is offered us. Take Our Five and Ten Guinea Engagement Rings as an exam ple of what we can do. They are the Best Value in Australia. For : others, see our Catalogue. It's Free. Can we send you a Size Card ? i ? - For Butchers, Breweries, and Rabbit Freezing, the ' ffievcttleg' is unrivalled.

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ACTIVITY AT MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

ACTIVITY AT MOLONC. A ten-days' simultaneous poisoning is being carried out throughout the Molong district, and many thousands of rabbits are being accounted for] Trapping for market is being commenced again, and good money is being made by parties of men who go systematically to work. The high prices now being realised for skins is inducing a big effort on the part of men throughout the district, and even the boys arc doing well at the work. Three lads out Canowindra way made over £s between them out of the sale of skins in four days. IT HE EXECUTIVE OF THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. Back Kow'^oading^from loft to right)— F. Pinkatono, T. G. Worboys, R. l'ntton, L. Cox, F. A. McRoborts, E. Byrne, \V. J. Cartwright, A. MoAi'thur and W. A. Ewers. ProntlRow— H.;.I. Crowe (Troasuror), T. I. Campbell (Sooretary), J. Molnernoy (past President), J. Perry, M.P. (President), J. Wetherspoon ( Vice-President), . jrJBl (J- L. Trofle (Vloo-Prosldent), and \V. P. Dyoo.

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DRIVES AT TRANGIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

DRIVES AT TRANCIE. The 'Advocate'' says: — Several rabbit drives have recently been held in the dis trict. A drive at Ellengerah last week was responsible for the destruction of a large number of rodents, and at a drive at Buddah Lake on Saturday 3000 rabbits were yarded. Another drive is to be held on Wednesday afternoon on Buddah Lake about six miles from Trangie along the railway line. ^. _. — — —? — —- — —

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RABBIT EXTERMINATION. DR. DANYSZ COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

RABBIT EXTERMINATION. DR. DANYSZ COMING. At the last meeting of the Council of Advice, Rabbit Destruction Fund Com mittee, it was reported that arrangements had been made with Dr. Danysz, of the Pasteur Institute, Paris, to come to Aus tralia for two years to investigate all me thods for the destruction of rabbits. Tt is expected that the doctor will leave in six weeks' time. The money has been cabled for the purchase of all necessary paraphernalia. The secretary, Mr. Pcarsc, was also instructed to prepare plans and specifications for the build ings to be erected on Broughton Island, where live stock, cattle, and sheep will be placed next week. Later on, all kinds of domestic animals will be added.

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BIG CONSIGNMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

'BIG CONSIGNMENTS. During the past week (says Orange 'Leader') very heavy traffic in rabbits on the Blnyncy branch line has taken place, Wcdnesdciy's and Thursday's mid day mixed train from Cowra to Blayney being more than half loaded with them. In addition to those conveyed in trucks, and the guard's van, many crates had to be placed in passenger compartments. It is stated that ,on Wednesday the train conveyed two open trucks containing rab bits, and Thursday's- train had three open trucks with rabbits. This practice is strongly condemned by persons interested in the rabbit trade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

* THOMAS CLARKE, - Stocl( and Station Agent, Auctioneer, . WALGETT, N.S.W. I E/tF~ Support the small man whow spnre time has \ been spent in the interest of the District. , TEA! PURE TEA! ! Our Special 101b. Tins sent eni-rin^e free to liny To«'iiBhi|i or Railway Station for 1.1,'-. Liirner quantifies at reduced rates. FINEST QUALITY GUARANTEED. CENTRAL TEA CO., 52 EIiVtf5tElVft ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I IF IT IS CORN SACIS or ! ♦ do — but what we do — we do well ! We ♦ would like to supply your needs in Sacks you»rc wanting — let 'Smith' % ♦ or Bags. That is all we trade in, but we ^ J ^ ♦ ♦ lay ourselves out for the work in a more W (JUOte yOU ! W ♦ % thorough manner than any other Firm. P smith & eo-s P t ♦ That s why we built such a big Sack SACK STORE ,N 8USSEX street. ♦ + Store, employ so many hands, and enjoy .... r- __ , .. t X such a large turnover in Bags and :^^;??fc:'^ T ♦ ♦ Sacks. You will never know how cap- . ?; I'^B^^^^^^^i^...

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BAAN BAA GOES AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

BAAN BAA GOES AHEAD. During the past few months (says a Narrabri correspondent), a distinct ad vance has been made in the Narrabri dis trict in dairying, new settlers from different parts of the State^ having taken up landi and ffone in for mixed farming arid dairy. Tlie Baan Baa locality is go irig rapidly ahead in this connection. Heavy supplies of cream are regularly de spatched down the line.

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HIGH-PRICED THOROUGHBREDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

HIGH-PRICED THOROUGH BREDS. Messrs. William Inglis and Sons' an nual sale of thoroughbred yearlings last week proved the largest sale of its' kind yet held in Australia. No fewer than 217 were sold for 31,958 guineas. The sen sation of the sale was the contest for three of Hon. George Lee's five Leeholme-bred yearlings. The first of the draft — bay filly by Sir Foote from the famous Tren ton mare, Etra Weenie — was knocked down to Mr. A. P. Chirnside, of Victoria, for 2000 guineas. The second — a cok by,r Sir Foote from Wigelmar — was knocked down to Mr. Herbert Power also of Vic toria, for 1600 guineas. Mr. Power also secured another daughter of Etra Weenie ? for 400 guineas.

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LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

LOST IN THE BUSH. Word reached town on Sunday after noon that the three-year-old son -of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gaffey had wandered away from his father, who was spending the dav fishincr in the Barwon. and had be come lost in the bush. ? As soon as ; the news reached town a jparty of horse and footmen, accompanied by Sergeant Woods and that fine blacktracker; Jack Parker, immediately left for the spot where the little chap was1 last seen. The night was bright moonlight, and in a short while the tracks of the little chap were picked up and followed for some distance, when it was decided to camp for the night and await the dawn of day to re-commence the search. The next morning the search party were early on the trail and after following his tracks in a circuitous route for many miles, they discovered the youngster at Eumanbah amongst a mob of sheep, quite well, and none the worse for his experience. ((I wasn't frightened, and I didn't cry,' said the little chap, as he was handed over again...

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NARRABRI. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

NARRABRI. A late wire says: — Agriculturists con sider the prospects for the coming season promising. Within a shade of eight, inches of steady, soaking rain have fallen locally since the begin ning of the year, while in parts of' the district the rains have- been much, hea vier. Approximately 10,000 acres increase on last year's total rnay be put under crop f nr t-lio rrirnino1 cpnenn anH thp. flfimantl for land has been particularly keen the whole year, especially for agricultural areas ranging from 640 acres. The Kil larney blocks, totalling 10,000 acres, will almost exclusively be devoted to, agricul ture. Rabbits wrought great destruction to crops last season, and farmers are busy netting- as far as lies in their power. The Goverrimerit lias notified the Farm ers' and Settlers' Association that the netting cannot possibly be supplied by June as requested. This means a loss of many tons of grain. 11 ^ ? a a ? ^ -?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

AGRICULTURAL SSII SHOW PRIZES WU We have a splendid collection of suitable YBBREraflFKKlgKBpy things, such as Cups, Bowls, Shields, &c, in wffl^f Solid Silver and Silverplate. We will be glad ^wfrvt^By to send full details with prices on application. ^^SmB&^ We will offer you special inducements. *Sfc Oak and Solid Silver Competition Shield, £3/3/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

t \ ' SLAYO ' j The New King of Rabbit Poisons. The unprecedented demand for this. scientifically prepared Wholesale rabbit destroyer completely outdistanced our powers of pro duction, but we have just had erected a powerful electric plant which will I W s^v fl 41 AM enable us to speedily overtake ^*^^^**^ y!r\ r^Sf ^???^?M the unfulfilled orders in hand ... I $^^^^^^f* C-'H-SLADE ® COMPANY' J Farewell 1 'Sluyo' is Coming ' 304 KENT STREET, SYDNEY. 5 i ABSOLUTELY THE BEST ON THE MARKET! X f WITHOUT A RIVAL. NOVEL, USEFUL AND CHEAP. ) \ THE SELF-SETTING, EVER-READY, CATCH-'EM-ALIVE S Easdown Rabbit Trap. \ liMBF* ^° *1O'€' ''disputable proof that one trap c f $S^^F has caught 56O live rabbits In one day. J ' [ Farmers or Settlers Afflicted with the pest should write at once and learn all that c r we gladly tell about this wonderfully simple, certain, and small-priced invention. j - PRICE: -6/- each, or 54/- per dozen in Sydney; crating extra. ' \ 3 [A perusal of this reliable testimo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

k;v: vi^F''1'' 'rft'!Vv ' . .' :joiE;:.::z;;;r?g?r7n An automatio, meobanical dorioe for ejsoting poiion on to the fur of rabbit*. As deadly u a gun, always loaded and pointod, never missM. No buih fires, no phosphorous, no birds killed, no stock poisoned. Quick, effective, cheap. Fur can be utilized. Good for the Paatoraliat, Settler, or Trapper. Full particulars, price, etc., from the Boll Agents for New South Wales — G. EASON & CO., 10 F.O. Cbambera, 114 Pitt St., Sydney. A KABBITJVERY TIME. TRAPS fitted with Good's Patent Attachment can be set in the driest sand without paper. Sand or earth cannot get under the plate. They never miss. Prices with patent : — Griffiths', 14/-; X. J. Tonks', 14/-; Roberts', 11/-. Attachments, 2/6. Griffiths', Tonks', and other traps without patent on hand. Wire Keys, 1/-; by post, 1/2 each. J. T. GOOD, 396 Flinders Lane, Melbourns. Agents lor Patent In N.S.W., JOHN 8ANDER8ON A CO., 1& Bent Street, Sydney. I 'tZ RABBIT POISONS, { \ P...

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