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PILLIGA. The Netting Subsidy.—Fencing Reserves.—Election of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

PILLICA. The Netting Subsidy.— Fencing Reser ves.— Election of Officers. At a meeting- of the Pilliga and Dis trict Branch the following resolutions were passed : — 'That the Minister be written to ask ing mai inu suusiuy icu me au^i/*/ ---* wire netting- to P.P. Boards be increased to ,£150,000/ for distribution in various districts'.' 'That with reference to the communi cation from the Uncler-Secretary for Lands regarding- our protest against the crossing of reserves 39,104 and 28,117, on Bugilbone holding, by wire netting, without gates, this association would like to know on what conditions the lessees were allowed to fence across these re serves ; and also protests that it did not get notice of the proceedings before the Land Board on January 29.' The election of officers resulted as fol lows : — President, Mr. G. Phelps ; vice presidents, Messrs. E. P. Hardy, P. J. O'Mullane; secretary and treasurer, Mr. A. E. Powell.

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WHITTON. The Season.—Stock and Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

WHITTON. The Season. — Stock and Rabbits. After a dry spell of three weeks we had a duststorm yesterday, after which rain commenced to fall, and continuing through the night, it reached the nice total of 94 points at 9 a.m. this morn ing. 1 ne weatnei is mieamnmg iui more. The farmers throughout the dis trict are still busy ploughing, and an extra amount of land is expected to be put under crop this year. This last rain will have the effect of softening the ground, which was starting to become a bit hard and dry. Special stock trains are arriving here almost daily from the poorer districts of Goulburn and other places with sheep and cattle to be depastured on the abundant paddocks of feed, and which for the last two years' have been considerably under stocked. All the places that were burnt off last summer are now covered with fresh luxuriant grasses and herbage. Rabbits are also on the increase.

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

MANURES }mmt^mmm '™' FOR WHEAT, HAY, POTATOES, «tc, Ete. HIGHEST QUALITY.—^ — ? LOWEST PRICE, wntTn ran particulars. PATON, BURNS & CO. mST THE HOTEL MARLBOROUGH; ifefeflr Sir John Young's Crescent, SYDNEY. tomnmiSll m. (Adjacent to St. Mary's. Cathedral.) 'J£tifim^3=im Wi* Situated within one minute's walk of trams, and flro minute* l^fiMaRBwHF JlfiS* of Q.F.O., QoT*rnment Offloos, ThoatreB, and all the prinoipal flraEraralfswl^llim buiineu places, eto, 100 lofty, ?paoious, and well-rentilated l««BsHH^^I^i^lM ' -a Bedrooms, and iiltinBfflSniiSnflmfflnfe ™\ every room is a front room. S^^wHHlSj^WtllllMB^S Beading. Muoio, Smoking and Billiard Rooms. Bathroom* and &KaSSmUB§aMM^tt^^WlMa^ l»Yat»riM on erery floor. Away from all noise and bustle of IIHfcVk^BIHIfivli IlllllfWiWS th90it7- Nifrht Portsr in attendance. Terms Moderate. ? ^Mifi^PPE^^P ' ADOLPH ALEXANDER. Proprietor.

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

BABCOCK & WiLCOX Limited. WATER TUBE SAFETY BOILERS Particularly Suitable with Wood Fuel. ^ * EXPL08I0N IMPOSSIBLE. - j Supplied to . ?-? . Inverell Co-operative Butter Faotory, South Wolumla Co-operativo Creamery. Knrumburra Butter Factory. (Tlladulia Ref. Butter Company. . Write for. full Particulars and PriceB. HAYMARKET, SYDNEY.

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MERRIWA. Branch Reports—continued. The Association and Politics.—Assisted Immigration.—Roads and Reserves.—Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

MERRIWA. Branch Reports — continued. The Association and Politics. — Assisted Immigration.— Roads and Reserves. —Annual Meeting. U At the meeting on April 4th there was ? a good attendance, Mr. A. McRae being i in the chair. m Correspondence from the General Sec M retary was read, enclosing resolutions I from the Bena and Wamboyne Branch of 1 the Association, and notice re next Con 8 ference; also from the President of the I branch referring to the immigration ques 9 tion; also a circular from the Temora 1 Branch deploring the introduction of a party politics into the Association. W The circulars from the Bena-Wamboyne I and 1 emora orancnes were enuor&eu, anu I the secretary was instructed to forward I same to their respective destinations. i It was resolved, — 'That resolution gS, m. passed at the last Conference in Sydney, H amending resolution 52, passed lat the II last Dubbo Conference, be rescinded, and 11 replaced by the following : — ' That in view B of dissensions' ...

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

McNallys Patent Grip Dropper.! .^^^^^^^^ Wires can be I Cheap, ? , side view _~-^_^_^ .renewed -without. \ Strong, removing' Dropper i , .. ..,..- THE 'GRIP* DROPPER »M. POSITIOrt , } IT-P-Pr\rt4-!»»/\ ?' ' . Cari'be supplied without Y nricCllVCi TO ' ? ' ? ^ ? rfr m delay in ai»y longtbs, with C 'iffl ; ~ '. If ' WjT asy S|iaoingB between wires, | ,«? ?'.? . ? ? - ? III ? ? ? . [HI ' iu any gauge iron required, C CAQIIV EIVCI1 ~ I — ^ ? : ? ~ ? In I! l~~ ' to. suit, any fouoes, old or I ErioiLi riAcui . |j ?, ? . . _ ? ? 11 lin ' now. ' s ?«ani- in Bunupu '~ % ' ' '' ' fll Mf~ The slots iu the dropper 'J MADE IN SYDNEY. - ? — ? ? ? ? 1»- ? Wr take plaiu or barb wire \ 1 , _ ||l___ ? _____ [II . IJVI ? equally well, J Send for Sample and Prices to 1 THE McNALLY PATENT GRIP DROPPER COMPANY, \ 4 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. { \ (W- N. BEAUMONT & M. HENRY MARSH.) Box 832 Q. P.O. -

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TOLMOI. Railway Extension. — Rabbits.— The Newspaper.— The Coach.—Travelling Stock Routes.—Married Women and the Land Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

TOLMOI. Railway Extension. — Rabbits, f- The Newspaper. — The Coach.— Travelling Stock Routes.— Married Women and ' the Land Act. A well-attended meeting was held at ? Bingerand on 7th instant. \ ? With regard to the proposed railway ?extension to Garah, the secretary was in structed to write to our Member, Mr. Jones, that our petitions are now in, and asking, him to present them to the Minis ter, and to let us know the present posi tion with regard to. this extension.. It was decided to support No. 1 reso lution of the Bena and Wamboyne Branch with exception of last part, which sug- . jgests advising the Railway Commissioners the best way to carry netting. No. 2 resolution, asking the Government, to provide a minimum .average of ,£5000 ?worth of netting to each P.P. Board, was endorsed. A resolution from the Temora Branch with reference to Mr. Trefle was placed before the meeting, The secretary spoke a few words ? expressing admiration of Mr. Trefle as an able man, but considered t...

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ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE. GUNNEDAH LAND DISTRICT, with in Boggabri suburban lands, 43 acres 2 roods 15 perches, in 12 portions, in parish Bogabri, county Pottinger; good suburban residential sites, part ly gravelly ridge, partly black soil flat ; water obtainable by shallow sink ing and from Cox's Creek; price, £4 and £5 per acre. Available 17th May, 10,06. (Identical with Special Area, see below.) LISMORE LAND DISTRICT^ 434 acres, in parish Hanging Rock, county Rous ; being portions 45 and 46; suitable for agriculture, dairying, etc; price, ,£1 10s. per acre. Available 24th May, 1906. TAMWORTH LAND DISTRICT, with in Tamworth suburban lands, 19 acres 1 food 34 perches, in 8 portions, parish Tamworth, county Inglis ; elevated suburban residential sites, overlooking town of Tamworth; price ,£10 to £60 per acre. Available 17th May, 1906. (Identical with Special Area, see below. )

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ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE OR CONDITIONAL LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCH ASE OR CONDITIONAL LEASE. BARMEDMAN LAND DISTRICT, on Lower Mithul Creek Holding, 927* acres, in parish Yarranjerry, county Bourke; being portions 13, 56, and 57; parts suitable for agriculture and graz ,ing; price, 13s. 4d. per acre. Avail able 24th May, 1906. FORBES LAND DISTRICT, 184 acres and 190 acres, in parish Bundaburrah, county Forbes; suitable for wheat growing; price, £1 6s. 8d. per acre. Available 21st June, 1906. GOSFORD LAND DISTRICT, 1350 acres, in parishes Narara and Cowan, county Northumberland ; small patches near Mooney , Mooney and Flood's Creeks suitable for cultivation, un suitable for grazing; price, 10s. per acre. Available 14th June, 1906. GRENFELL LAND DISTRICT, on Ar ramagong West Holding, 250 acres, in parish Weddin, county Monteagle ; part suitable for wheat growing, the re mainder good grazing land ; whole' area' suitable for dairying; price, £1 3s. 4d. per acre. Available 14th June, 1906. MUSWELLBROOK LAND DISTRICT, 220 acres...

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CONDITIONAL PURCHASE OR CONDITIONAL LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

CONDITIONAL PURCHASE OR CON DITIONAL LEASE. PICTON LAND DISTRICT, 84 acres, in parish Cooba, county Cook ; suitable for grazing, and has frontage to Cox's River; price, £1 per acre. Available 14th June, 1906 QUEANBEYAN LAND DISTRICT, So acres, in parish Naas, county Cowley; price, £1 per acre. Available 14th June, 1906. TENTERFIELD LAND DISTRICT, 82 acres, in parish Wunglebong, county Cliye; price, £1 per acre. Available 14th June, 1906.

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

SPECIAL AREAS. GUNNEDAH LAND DISTRICT, with in Boggabri suburban lands, 43 acres 2 roods 15 perches, in 12 portions, in parish Bogabri, county Pottinger; maximum area 6 acres 2 roods 30 per ches, minimum area 1 acre 1 rood 33 perches ; good residential sites, part ly gravelly ridge, partly black soil flat ; water obtainable by shallow sinking, and from Cox's Creek ; price, ,£4 and ,£5 per acre. Available for original ? applications only on 17th May, 1906. TAMWORTH LAND DISTRICT, with in Tamworth suburban lands, 19 acres 1 rood 34 perches, in 8 portions, parish Tamworth, county Inglis, maximum area 6 acres, minimum area 1 acre 2 roods 2 perches; elevated suburban residential sites, overlooking the town of Tamworth ; price, ,£io to ,£60 per acre. Available for original applica tions only on 17th May, 1906.

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

FARMER'S Just opened a splendid assort- £!*-Vti&:ff*-V-£}\. 11\^ ment of Men's Leggings. W ? ' All at Lowest Possible Prices. *** MEN'SJWEAR. ^ ? ? ^ j FOR RIDING, WALKING OR MOTORING. 19 j THE ' WELLINGTON ' (with Buttons and Strap at Top), Black Patent Leather... ... 5/6 per pair. GOLF or RIDING LEGGINGS. Tan Sheep Skin ... ... 5/0 per pair. THE 'EXPRESS' (with Springs and Strap at Top), Tan Cowhide ... ... 10/6 per pair. THE » BADEN ? POWELL' (Puttie Leggings) Tan Pig-Grain Hide... ... 10/6 per pair. Tan Cowhide (smooth) ? ... 12/6 per pair. THE ' VICTOR ' (with Springs and Patent Non-slip Straps) I Tan Pig-Grain Hide ... ... 12/6 per pair. Tan Antelope . ... ... i7/6perpair. PUTTIE LEGGINGS (with Patent Non-slip Straps), ? ? Real Pig Skin ... ... 25/- per pair. TRY OUR FAMOUS 'VICTOR' READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING, FIT AND VALUE SUPREME. j jLFARMER&rCOMPANY.jL Vg/ SYDNEY. Umlted- \3J;

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

No less than 78 Butter Factories in New South Wales have the jjercitlcg*' -.,? o ?.??-_???

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

SEED CATALOGUE. We have just received a copy of Her bert J. Rumsey's new seed catalogue. It is not a large, bulky volume, but a neat, well-printed list of 50 pages, illustrated, and contains a very fine assortment of vegetable and flower seeds, most of the old well-known varieties and many novel ties recently brought into notice. One of the strongest points of the catalogue is the enormous collection of tomatoes offered, Mr. Rumsey having made the cultivation of this fruit a study and hobby. There are nearly 50 varieties of tomato on the list, also several varieties of beans, peas, melons, flower seeds, fruit and ornamental trees, etc.

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CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

CROWN LANDS AVAIL ABLE. The following are the latest published by the Information Bureau : — CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE (Crown Lands Amendment Act of 1905). CONDOBOLIN LAND DISTRICT, 34443 acres, in one block,- distant 22 miles from Condobolin;* suitable for grazing, part suitable for agriculture; annual rent, ,£64 us. lod. Available 26th April, 1906.

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BRANCH REPORTS. BROCKLESBY. Conference Resolutions.—Cutting Up a Reserve.—Local Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

BRANCH REPORTS. BROCKLESBY. Conference Resolutions. — Cutting Up a Reserve. — Local Works. At a recent meeting the secretary was instructed to prepare resolutions to send to the Executive Council to be placed upon the business paper for the next Conference. It was decided to apply for an extra irougn 10 waier uui&cs m uiu lauway yard. It was resolved that the secretary write to Mr. Ball, M.L.A., asking: him to do his best to get the Hovel Dam Reserve cut up into small blocks, so that people with small means could get a place to make a home. It was further resolved that an effort should be made to get the metal road between Brocklesby and Walbundrie ex tended for about one mile, as it is in an almost impassable state.

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GOOMOORAH. Local Government.—Wire Netting.—The Ladies in Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

COOMOORAH. Local Government.— Wire Netting.— The Ladies in Evidence. A meeting was held on the 7th. inst., at which there was a fair attendance, the president (Mr. F. Coggan) being in the chair. The question of Local Government was discussed, and the meeting agreed that it would be a mistake to include munici palities in the shires. It was resolved that, in view of *he rapid spread of the rabbit pest in the district, the following motion be for warded to the Executive Council : — ' That the Government be approached and asked to allow to bona-fide farmers wire netting on terms of ten payments in ten years, with 3$ per cent, added; the wire to be supplied at manufacturers' cost.'; Mr. Pundas thanked Mr. Hogbin for the energy he had displayed in Associa tion work in the past, and cordially in vited all Goomoorah members to visit Nullamana. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the president and secretary, and also to several ladies who were present as land holders in the district. In m...

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HENTY. Trucking Yards.—Road Matters.—Conference Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

HENTY. Trucking Yards.— Road Matters.— Conference Delegates. ? The ordinary meeting was held on Saturday, 7th inst. The president (Dr. Cameron) occupied the chair, and the attendance was fair. ? ? Correspondence was read : From Cul cairn- and Dis'trict Branch, asking co operation in having Henty to Culcairn road cleared of all fallen and dead tim ber. Agreed to. /From Temora Branch, forwarding resolution re J. L.. Trefle's action at re cent Labor Conference, and supporting ' same. It was decided to take no action. From Railway Commissioners refusing to establish trucking yards at Henty. It was', decided to push the matter further. Various accounts were passed for pay ment. :' ?''?''? : Mr. W. Kane, of Pleasant Hills, asked the assistance of the branch in securing a certain road desired by residents in the locality. Mr. Kane agreed to procure a petition signed by those wishing to use to road. The request was granted. The secretary was instructed, on his own motion, to endeavour to ha...

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INTERESTING TO CHEESE-MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

INTERESTING TO CHEESE MAKERS. According to the \' ear-Book of the Victorian Department of Agriculture, the 'following instructions are worthy of spe cial interest : — ' Treatment of Milk.— The aim of the cheesemaker in such a case is to retard the acid as much as possible. The milk should be heated to 2deg. below normal renneting. A little more rennet should be added. The curd should be cut rather sooner than when the milk is in good con dition, and very fine cutting is necessary, so as the moisture can be more easily ex pelled. After cutting is finished, rub down sides of the vat and apply scald as quickly as possible. Get the desired heat up in about 30 minutes. The scald should go as high as iosdeg. F. to io6deg. F. in such cases. 'If in the opinion of the maker the curd will not be firm enough before acidity has developed sufficiently, he should run some of the whey off. This checks the acid slightly. 'When the curd shows about one-eighth of threads on the hot iron the whey shou...

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

GASSY MILK. When milk is observed to be gassy or bad smelling, says a contemporary, allow more acid to develop before renneting. The whey should be drawn when the curd one-quarter of an inch threads on the hot iron. Milking can be done a little earlier, and then stir well, and allow the curd to lie at least half an hour before salting.

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