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

THE STATE8 OOMPANY'8 RABBBT PO8SON ECONOMICAL, AROMATIC, DEADLY. g&- BAITS NEVJJR IGNITR. Gire it a (-.rial, you'll uso no other. This poison ia douo up in 2-lb. tins with patent tops. Price 2'- per tin or 18/- per doz. by taking the 2doz. case. Sole Kepresontatire: HARRY FOSTER, 388 Sdsbkx St.. Stiinkt. J ? THE ? ( i 'NOX-ALL'! ' HAND POISON \ : Pollard Distributor. | i 30/- Complete. Postage 2/- Extra. j 1 A few Extracts from many Letters received :t— ( ! Mr. B. Oliver, Kenilworth, Byrock : ' , 'Ithiuk them oue .of the most useful imple.' ' 1 lneiits iu nil the Babbit Poisoning category.' ' ' I Mr. P.Brasington, Stock Port, Bombala: ?] 1 'I have given the 'NOXALL' a thorough 1 1 trial, and find it invaluable to email holders, 1 1 especially in heavy timbered country. I can 1 1 1 strongly recommend it to uuyone winning to 1 \ 1 destroy the pest.' . 1 ! ' Further Particulars and. Testimonials from [ I H. H. HIND9* 8 Wool Exchange, ; MACQUARIE PLACE, SYDNEY. \

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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AN ITEM FROM HAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

AN ITEM FROM HAY. At a meeting of the Hay Pastures Pro tection Board, it was decided to call the attention of the Western Land Commis sioners to the alleged prevalence of rab bits on Merangle and Booligal stations, and ask that steps be taken to ensure their being destroyed, as the owners on this side of the river were complaining that they could not cope with the rabbits owing to the influx from the Western Division. It was also decided to again call the attention of the Minister to the state of the unoccupied Crown lands in the Hay district, which were so badly rab bit infested as to be a menace to the whole district. The board becided to ask the Minister to supply netting to fence off unoccupied Crown lands, and to in form the Minister that if the Crown sup plied netting the landholders would erect it. ? ^^ At a rabbit drive at a place called Come-by-Chancc, no less than 7000 of the pest were caught. They are said to be there in millions.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

HORNSBY PATENT SAFETY. m The most Economical, Reliable (EL Durable jHjl Motive Power fox* the Station and Farm, JUft STATIONARY TYPE. _, Oh 5 rf ^*'^^F^^^®^SS^W' ^P/V^Sf Mlllll ,, 'Vmt if ' ?/ i^^^^^^a^y^^^,,. „„ ffllC PORTABLE TYPE. THE 'BALTIC' SEPARATOR ? IS THE ? RECORD SKIMMER ? OF THE WORLD. ? AWARDED 11 GOLD MEDALS AND 24 FIRST PRIZES IN ONE SEASON. ^Illff^i^' Prices & Particulars on Application to R, HORNSBY & SONS, ^ Haymarket, Sydney; Spencer Street, Melbourne. [Kindly mention this paper when writing.

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FROZEN RABBITS. The London Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

FROZEN RABBITS. The London Trade. Says the London correspondent of the 'Daily Telegraph' :-^The trade in frozen rabbits showed considerable improvement last week, and stocks were well cleared, but a spell of hot weather during the last few days has checked demand. For tunately supplies are small, and so prices have not been affected by the diminished inquiry. Present quotations in the Lon don markets are , as follow :— -Sydneys, large -i 5/6 to 16/-, young 13/- .to .13/6, small 10/- to; ii/-; Melbournes, large 15/-, young, 12/6 to 13/-, small 10/- to 10/6; New ^Zealand, 'extra large 17/6 to 1,8/-, large 16/-, young 13/-, The hare trade is very dull, and prices are nominally unchanged at about 1/8 to 1/9. The people in the rabbit trade are expressing great fears as to what will happen if the experiments of Dr. Danysz are carried out. As I. have mentioned in previous letters, the opinion is freely ex pressed that the mere commencement of these experiments will be the death-blow to the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. ASHTON'S PROMISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

MR. ASHTON'S PROMISES. The result of the deputation which recently waited on the Minis .»! ter for Lauds from the Farmers' and }?? Settlers' Association must be re V' garded as satisfactory, and Mr. Ashton is to be commended for the i. straightrorward replies he gave to the questions put to him. It was originally intended that the inter view should take place with both the' Premier and the Minister for Lands, but indisposition prevented Mr. Carruthers from being present. It may, however, be taken for gran ted that Mr. Ashton had full auth ority for the assurances given as to Ministerial intentions1, and substan tially the Government stands just as much committed to the promises made as if they had been uttered by the Premier. The subjects touched upon mostly concern Mr. Ashton's department ; he has a thorough grip of them, and from what he said it may fairly be assumed that the Cab inet policy is already fixed regard ing them. At the outset, Mr. Ash ton hastened to explain that the ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(Extract from By law 285.) [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

(Extract from By-law 28-;.) ' Rabbit and marsupial proof wire net ting, in four-wheeled truck loads of not less than 6 tons, carried on the Down Journey to country districts, from October to March inclusive, will be charged the rate for a full truck of live stock, plus 33 i/3rd per cent., minimum charge ,£8 per truck. Any quantity in excess of 6 tons in the same truck will be charged pro rata and consignments of less than 6 tons 'will be charged as for 6 tons, or, if cheaper, C rates and conditions.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUDGING AT SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

JUDGING AT SHOWS. From What transpired at the Annual Conference pf ' the ? Pastoral and Agri cultura} Society's Union, it is plain that much of the judging1 at shows'is anything1 but satisfactory, and ; that'. a United effort to secure a higher' standard of efficiency is very desirable. The action of the Union in having a register compiled of D-i-ntlf-™-n whn are available to act as single judges was a step in the right direction, but apparently the need is re cognised , of having the list revised, and possibly reduced. The idea ' of getting the different societies to recommend judges who /have given satisfaction for a period in districts to which, they do not belong, is a good one. This plan ought to ensure the selection of men quite apart from personal sympathies and local con siderations, and on the distinct merits of their technical discernment. It came in the nature of a shock to find that some of the worst judges are to be found on the Show ground of the great Royal Society. W...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPLY. "Office of the Railway Commissioners, "Sydney, 4th April, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

REPLY. 'Office of the Railway Commissioners, 'Sydney, 4th April. 1906. 'Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 22nd ultimo, conveying copy of reso lutions passed by the Bena and Wam boyne Branch ? of your Association, in which it is urged that wire netting be carried in one-ton lots at the special up journey rate charged on wheat, I am de sired to inform you the matter has had careful enquiry and consideration, and the Commissioners have approved of the special rate shewn on By-law 285, copy of which is enclosed, being continued up till the end of June next. 'It is considered that this is a reason able arrangement. — I have, etc., 'H.. McLACHLAN, Secretary.'

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DEMAND FOR CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

THE DEMAND FOR CLOSER SETTLEMENT. At the interview with members of the Association, Mr. Ashton, the Minister for Lands raised the question as to whether the demand for closer settlement in this State is really so great as has been repre sented. Referring to the Peel River Es tate sale, he said he had been much dis appointed with the small attendance of bidders from outside the district, and it looked as if the picture of men hungry for land, travelling all over the country and trying vainly to pick up a piece suitable for immediate cultivation, was somewhat overdrawn. When he sent for an official report concerning the exact results of the sale he found, however, that he had taken a pessimistic view of the outlook for closer settlement not justified by the facts. This he at once acknowledged on reading over the report of the district land officer. From this report it appears that of the 30,000 acres offered, 79 blocks, aggregating 2S,ooo acres, were taken up at an average price of ,£...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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FREIGHT ON WIRE NETTING. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

FREIGHT ON WIRE NETTING. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. The following is the General Secre tary's letter to the Railway Commission ers submitting the Bena and Wamboyne resolutions, which have been so univer sally approved by branches throughout the State, and the reply of the Commis sioners thereto. The Executive Council made further representations to the Min ister for Lands in this matter, at the deputation on the 13th, when Mr. Ashton promised to further consult with the Rail way Commissioners. '22nd March, 1906. ' The Railway Commissioners, Railway Offices, Sydney. 'Gentlemen, — I have the honor to bring under your notice the following resolu tions submitted by the Bena and Wam boyne Branch of our Association. These resolutions have been almost unanimously endorsed by all our inland branches. 'I sincerely trust the matter of freight on wire netting as contained in resolu tion will favorably commend itself to you, as the concession is one that will materi ally and favorably affect the ...

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IN DEFENCE OF THE CAR-RUTHERS GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

IN DEFENCE OF THE CAR RUTHERS GOVERNMENT. In connection with the Queanbeyan by election, Mr. Ashton,, the Minister for Lands, spoke in defence of the Govern ment in relation to the Lands Commis sion disclosures. Everything that was legal and practicable had .been done to secure the return of Willis, and in regard to certain insinuations which had been made against the Premier, he said he 'was sure the hands of Mr. Carruthers were as clean as .those of an unborn babe.' The Attorney-General during the campaign pointed out that when called upon to stand up for closer settlement the Labor party had blocked it. Mr. Wade, of course, referred to the improvement lease business. During 1903 improve ment leases were, as he explained, grant ed indiscriminately, and it was rumored that lands fitted for closer settlement had been locked up. 'The then Opposi tion demanded light to be thrown on to these rumors, which the See Government refused. Mr. Wood then moved the ad journment of the House, co...

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THE GOVERNMENT AND THE WIRE NETTING TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE WIRE NETTING TENDERS. . Dissatisfaction has been expressed ? lately in various quarters in regard to the policy adopted by -the Government con cerning the wire-nettin'cr tenders. The grievance, as' put forth by some of the merchants, seems to lie in the fact that the Government has, or is supposed to have, so far, gone behind the back of the trade here, and has been getting quota tions through the Agent-General's office. The merchants point out that they were kept waiting a long time before they could obtain specifications for tendering and then eight different grades were included. They have incurred considerable expense in the nature of cabling- terms and quo tations, and now it transpires that the Government have called for tenders at Home through the Agent-General, and ?these for a definitely-stated 42 x ij x 17 netting. The uncertainty as to what de scription of netting- would be determined on by the Government has to some extent upset the ordinary course...

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

FOR OVER SO YEARS Now, hare we b«cn mIIIa* tt» FAT STOCK, WOOL, HIDES, BARK and GENERAL PRODUCE OF THE MAN ON THE LAND. ill that W9 hay* learned ia at your service. We get you top pricei. Send un a consignment. Put ua on your list to call or write. PITT, SON & BADGERY, SB THE LEADING SALESMEN, SYDNEY. m^.^~. ;.i ,.,^^^j^^^^^^ I Revolution In Farming. Direct Haulage. E^t l';,'' ' :'''fMI|I^^^^M^^^^^^^feii^^K Ninotoan Oold and Silvar Madali were awar. ^Si^MMmiM^S^m HAH' &' owlN^nTridge St,7sydney. ?'^ AHAA ^ mm~+ I We saV® y°U P0unds 3n the COS* r£llrinrt6lfVS ? and Guarantee all Implements. There are now liundmls in ush Riving sntisfaction. Our Guarantee is behind them. Deal direct with us. Machine Fitted with Force Feed for Grain, Steel Wheels, Steel Axle, and all the latest Improvements. Light in Draught. Easily Handled and Adjusted for Sowing. Write us when wanting Machinery for the Farm. Support the Small Firm. Price, with Seeder complete, 13-Tine, £18 ; 17-Tine, ...

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

SEND TO ? _— , - I ' :,|AY ^ .. ujJTj LIMITED, SYDNEY, CHARGE FOR SELLSNO WOOL REDUCED TO 2 PER CENT. Thin, la our sole ohartfe to the Grower. A SPECIAL. FEATURE ln tfae conduct of our business Is out --^mggn— i — ?'? ? system of placing proceeds of all con 1 signments in a separate TRUST ACCOUNT with our Bankers, thus completely safeguarding consignors' interests. E. J. E. MACKENZIE, Mai-a£er. The standard wetting of the state.1 SOTRB-SSy1' Bettor In Quality, and, owing to Its loose roll, I t&£a£&5r loss ooatly to oroot than any Imported Netting. JH^^ -?- ' -_-;jri.- -V^kP^^^S^^V tl^tls !§93SSiiililS ^ lf thls Tag lsnt (of fm lnl ^^8ot?RWK!^^K 3* dldn'tetnak©'the lloi SSL Jsf llSsSpl 5^«-S^S3SiP-CR U Netting — look l°\1S/f ^j^^^^^^^^^g I for It ! N^S^P^ Made In Australia— All Sizes: Blaok, Black Oiled & Galv'd. Netting. '. LYSAGHT'S PATENT CENTRE-STRAND NEHING ' «^WHHJ^j suits all the requirements for fencing Ram, WW% ^O^S^SSSSo^O Crossbred Sheep, and Pig Pa...

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

Telephone 4236. 'IU 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 8eoretary of the Association, will be glad to recoivo 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, ?nd us 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 'Th« Farmer and Settler' will prove a very valuable means of communication between the Execu tive Officers, the 160 odd Branch Secretaries, and tha whole of the MemberB, the aid of every one is requisi tioned to render perfeot the enterprise now entered npon. Items of intelligence, experiences, suggestions, aneo doten, or ...

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

THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION j OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 189O. President : Mr. J. PERRY, M.L.A. (Quirindi). Vice-Presidents : Mr. J. WETHERSPOON (Glencoe). Mr. J. L. TREFLE (Temora). Treasurer: Mr. H. J. Crowe (Coolac). General Secretary : Mr. T. I. CAMPBELL, 84 Pitt Street, Sydney. Executive Council: R. PATTEN (Wellington), L. COX (Wagga), W. P. DYCE (Currawarra), W. A. EWERS (Bena and Wamboyne), W. J. CARTWRIGHT (Sebastopol), F. PINKSTONE (Cootamundra), A. M'ARTHUR (Jerilderie), F. M'ROBERTS (Myall Creek), T. C. WORBOYS (Metropolitan Branch), E. BYRNE (Germanton), J. M'INERNEY (South Gundagai). LIST OF BRANCHES AND SECRETARIES! Aberdeen, Wood, C. W., Aberdeen. Attunga, Green, Stuart, Attunga. Armldale, McArthur, A., Armidale. Ashford — E. H. Armstrong. Baradlne, McGill, R. N., Molgo, Baradine. Balladoran and Coalbaggle, Machin, H., Ranter's Cr., Gilg-andra. Brookong, O'Connell, M., Lockhart. Ben Lomond, Ensor, E. T., Ben Lomond. Binalong, Darg-an, M., Binalon...

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THE MOULTING PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

THE MOULTINC PERIOD. During the moulting period fowls of all kinds will appreciate some animal food. Such as have their liberty may, if on large runs, be trusted to look after themselves ; but where confined, if sufficient table scraps are not available, meat in any form, but preferably an allowance of chopped liver, is of great benefit in bring ing the birds quickly through a trying period. The production of new plumage, which is what moulting amounts to, makes a large demand upon the system, and is best met by the addition of ani mal food to the ordinary dietary. Feed the young growing stock well. Much that is called quality goes down their throats in the shape of food. Not spices or fancy mixtures, but just a suf ficiency of good, wholesome food.

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POULTRY FOR PROFIT AT THE ROYAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

POULTRY FOR PROFIT AT THE ROYAL SHOW. The provision made at the Moore Park exhibition for the accommodation of fowls was thoroughly up-to-date, and conse quently neither exhibitors nor visitors to the section had anything: but praise for the accommodation afforded. The poul try pavilion is large, well-lig-hted, and tolerably cool, and although some of the birds were obviously distressed by the heat on certain days, it was apparent that ?iiothng had been left undone to secure their comfort. * * * Turkeys, table birds, and waterfowl were shown in the lower building, to gether wih the pigeons. The first to claim attention were Orpington clucks, whose wonderful laying in a recent com petition no doubt accounted for the num ber shown. We saw but a solitary pair of turkeys; the cock a fair-sized bird, the hen much smaller. There are plenty of good turkeys about, but the one or two local breeders seem content with limited operations, and those in the country see no profit in showing their ...

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

I The 'ffierculeg' installed in the Commonwealth are equal to 5,785 tons Refrigeration dally*

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

Railway Refreshment Room (E. TAYLOR, Proprietor.) All Meals 6d. Three Courses and Dessert. Country Visitors always catered for. Board and Lodging at 16/- per week. Note : The nearest place to the Railway Station. JISSerTStleJI \ FOBWAHD YODIl PRODUCE TO \ J.W.GRAY&Co. ) 139 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY, f C Who will get you tho highest market rates, \ I pbarRe lowoil possible commission, awl seud \ C you retui'iiR day after Sale, A notion Bales \ V daily nt Rodforn. Now and .-'ocoml-haud Bapfi \ C iu Stook, Our Dank era are The City Bank of \ \ Sydney (Western Branob). \ Either HOES or DISCS tit your option. CLYDE WORKS: GRANVILLE, N.S.W.

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