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THE SYRINGE AND HIGH BUTTER-FAT RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

THE SYRINGE AND HIGH BUTTER-FAT RECORDS. For some years past serious charges have been made by individual dairy-cattle breeders against those of their neighbours who have been obtaining phenomenal re sults from their cows during herd-book and show-ring tests. So serious has been many of these charges that quite recently in another State an influential breeder and exhibitor has been charged with the of fence of injecting cream obtained from an outward source into his cows' teats in order to win an important prize. It is said that the trick is performed in the absence of the stewards and other offi cials appointed by the Committee. In . other words, as soon as the cow has been milk'ed out on the evening prior to the test, the man in charge of the animal pumps cream in certain quantities into each teat, or perhaps he does so just be fore the milking hour has arrived, and continues doing so to the end of the test, thus securing not only a larger quantity of milk, but of a much richer qu...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUDGES AND THEIR USES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

JUDGES AND THEIR USES. The annual Royal Agricultural Exhibi tion has been pronounced by all the metropolitan papers as being a gigantic ' success, both with re gard to the quality and quantity of the exhibits. Probably this is correct in a general way ; but none but those who are really expert judges could arrive at the various judges wr.o are appointed, perhaps under the most careful supervi sion. How are their decisions to be of any educational value provided they are not experts in the line in which they have been appointed to judge? The average visitor may attend the show and watch as closely as is possible the system of judging adopted by these judges, and afterwards return home and try to follow out their teaching. If he does so, the chances are a hundred to one against his ever being successful, as there are but few judges who really have an opinion of their own or any opinion worth owning. Take, for instance, dairy-cattle judges. In the turmoil of the battle of the breeds an...

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

MARKET REPORTS. Wheat. The position of the wheat market has not resolved itself in Sydney since the holidays. The supplies have been con siderably interfered with by the holiday traffic. The lots that have come to hand have been taken mostly by the millers. Prices may be quoted as nominal. We have been favored with John Dar ling and Son's late report, which will give the position of Melbourne and Adelaide markets. . ?

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DISCOLORATION OF CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

DISCOLORATION OF CHEESE. Speaking of the discoloration of cheese, the Victorian Year-Book for Agriculture says : — Discoloration is caused by certain bacteria acting upon the coloring matter in cheese. Moist curd and insufficient acid favor the fault. Too much acid be fore whey is drawn causes bleaching, as also does neglect to turn the curd suffi ciently in the cooler. ? __ Weak, pasty cheese follows quick scalds M ing of rich milk lacking in high mois- . 11 ture. B Remedy. — Rennet at high temperature, I heat slower, and scald to a high tempera- I ture. j

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PHILARIS COMMENTATA. To the Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

PHILARIS COMMENTATA. To the Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler. ' Sir, — Having seen a paragraph in your issue of 28th March about the above grass, I should like to add my testimony to its many valuable qualities. Very few peopie seem to nave ever seen or nearo ?? | / of it, and I think it cannot be too widely ???JA known. I obtained a few roots from the- ^; Botanical Gardens, Toowoomba, and ?? planted them in the garden, and they \ speedily grew into large tufts of luscious j green grass, throwing out seed stalks 4ft. high. Cattle seem passionately fondi of it. Some young dairy bulls broke into- ! the garden and made straight for this grass, and ate it down to the roots. It seems impervious alike to both frost and drought, and should make an ideal winter grass for dairymen. — Yours faithfully, AUBIN DOWLING. Hendon, 14th April, 1906. \

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LIVE STOCK REPORT. For Week ending 20th April, 1906. AT FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

LIVE STOCK REPORT. For Week ending 20th April, 1006. AT FLEMINGTON. Sheep. — 17,898, including 2900 lambs, were yarded for the week's supply. The bulk was good trade mutton, with a few extra prime. The market opened dull, showing a decline on previous week's values. Quotations-1— Crossbred ewes sold from- 15/6 to 17/-; merino wethers from 13/- to 19/-; ewes from 10/ to 17/-. Lambs. — -2900 forward, made up of all grades. The market was firm for all good quality, but medium to inferior were dull; best sold from 12/ to 15/6, others from 8/-. , Cattle. — 978 yarded, the bulk of which were from good to prime. There was a full attendance of buyers, and values showed an advance on late rates. Best .beef may be quoted at 27/- per ioolbs. Bullocks sold from ,£8 to £ 12/8/-; steers from -,£6/10/- ; cows from ,£5 to ,£8 ; some extra to £gjgj-. . ? . ?

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AUSTRALASIAN DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

AUSTRALASIAN DAIRY PRODUCE. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Ag ency Co., Ltd., London, report for week ended 1 6th February, 1906:— ; . Weather,— Most changeable conditions have prevailed, show having fallen dur ? ing the earlier part of the week, but at the close. mild weather is general. . Butter. — The demand :-Has! continued ?dull, ah'd prices have riot been maintai'ri ed, '.Stocks are moving slowly, and a fair . proportion of colonial lias found its way into the cold stores. y A .few agents have been holding their butter in 'anticipation of a better demand, but those who met the market are now in a more favorable position. The remarkable feature about the position to-day is the marked differ ence in price between Danish and Colon ial, the former ruling 20/- per cwt. higher than Australian, and 14/- and 16/- per cwt. higher than New Zealand. Notwith standing these facts, the demand is fair for Danish, especially in the North of England, while Colonial is weak. We quote : — 96/-,...

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ADELAIDE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

AD EL A ID E PROD U C E M ARK E T. John Darlingand Son;r.eport under date . 17th, April, 1906:— ,.?'.. . . i .Wheat.— Cable. advices report European. I markets as steady, but that the 'amount of 1 business doing is extremely limited. Values given are for February, shipment : — South . Australian . cargoes, 30/9 per 480 lbs. ; March-April -shipment', 30/6 to' -3,o/7i per.qr. ; parcels to, Marseilles' 30/9, to Lon don 39/3, and to Liverpool 3°/9r a^ ,Per 48olbs. . c.i.f., at. which there are. sellers. Local markets remain steady, and values may be given as 3/1^ to. 3/2 per bushel, for farmers', lots .and 3/2^ per -bushel -for . shipping ..parcels. ; '? ?-, V alueg in; Melb ouriie and Sydney for shipping parcels may be .given as 3/3 per bushel^ with a- steady [ market, but not much business doing. I 'Flour.— A large export trade continues to be .done, arid at rates which leave but a small margin (if any) for the manufac turer. Values are now given as ,£6/12/6 . to £6/1 5/- per ton for ...

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REDFERN PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

REDFERN PRODUCE MARKETS. Chaff. — The market at Redfern-is un changed, supplies being fairly heavy of late, and the market has a distinctly easier tone for all grades, with the exception of choice green wheaten, which is rather scarce, and continues to sell at high rates. L Medium sorts, however) are much duller I and hard to get satisfactory prices for. I Choice green wheaten is worth to 4'/-, or I dinary prime 3/S to 3/9, good 3/3 to 3/6, 1 medium 2/9 to 3/-. Oaten sorts are rather I quiet, choice worth 3/6, prime 3/4 to 3/5, I good 3/- to 3/3, medium about 2/9. I Oaten Hay in larger supply, prime rack I worth about 3/6, derrick 2/9 to 3/-. I Straw in slightly better demand, at 2/ 1 for derrick pressed. ! Lucerne Hay is scarce and in good de mand. Choice green in small bales would bring 5/- to 5/6, large bales 4/6 to 5/-, medium sorts 3/- to 4/-. Wheat is unchanged, with good demand at quotations ; prime milling 3/4, fair av erage quality 3/3, prime whole chickwheat 3/1 to 3/2, go...

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

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

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

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MANGAIN. Insuring Crops.—Wire Netting.—Farming Operations. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

MANGAIN. Insuring Crops.— Wire ' Netting.— Farm, ing Operations. At the meeting: on April 7th there was a very fair number of members present, and in the absence of the president (Mr. Georg-e Young:) the chair was taken by one of the vice-presidents, Mr. John Gui After the correspondence had been dealt with, the following resolution was car ried, for inclusion in the business paper for next Conference.: — 'That in opinion of Conference the present law relating- to insuring of crops requires amending, viz., no insurance to be valid without the proper precautions being taken.' It is thought generally about this part that the lax way in which insurances are conduc ted is not conducive to the safety of the general community. The meeting supported the Bena and Wamboyne resolution re the cheaper car riage of wire netting, and the following resolution was carried : — 'That this branch considers the standard for wire netting should be fixed at 36m. x ij and 17 gauge.' Several of those prese...

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BAAN BAA. Presentation to Secretary Brackenreg. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

BAAN BAA. Presentation to Secretary Braokenreg. On Saturday, the 14th instant, a large and representative gathering of the mem bers took place at Kelley's Hotel, to do honor to their worthy lion, secretary, Mr. T. C. Brackenregv After a hearty tea had been .partaken of, Mr. A. E. Collins, M.P., presented, Mr. Brackenreg with a heavy gold pendant and gold fountain pen, suitably inscribed, as a mark of ap preciation and esteem from the members and friends of the branch. In making the presentation, Mr. Col lins said although he had; been at a num ber of presentations none had afforded him greater pleasure than the present one. He complimented the Association and Mr. Brackenreg on the work they had done for the district, and said the- s'ue cess of their efforts was largely due to the. able and courteous way in which the wants of the district were placed be fore him and the Government depart ments' by their secretary. All his cor respondence had been carried out in a clear and intelligib...

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DENILIQUIN. Annual Meeting.—Candidates for P.P. Board.—Election of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

DENILIQUIN. Annual Meeting. — Candidates for P.P. Board. — Election of Officers. The annual meeting was held on 5th April, when there was a fair attendance of members. A dis'cussion took place in regard *o prosecutions of landholders by the Pas tures Protection Board, and it was de cided, on the motion of Mr. H. E. Hol mes, seconded by Mr. Trevena, to write to the board pointing out that it was con sidered several landholders had been harshly treated and that the board should take into consideration the diffi culties many smal-1 landholders have had to contend with, in the past few years. The secretary was directed to write to the Government requesting the amend ment of the Shires Act so that the Shire Councils may take up the work of the Pastures Protection Boards. The balance-sheet as read showed a credit balance of £2 16s. sd. The following were elected officers for the year: — President, Mr. Hi E. Holmes ; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. H. Nixon and W. H. Trevena ; hon. secretary, ...

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

DAIRY SALT. ' CROWN ' Brand Extra Fine Dairy Salt is guaranteed chemically pur*. therefore recommended for Butter making. ' GLOBE ' Coarse Refined, guaranteed chemically pure for Bacon Curing. ' CROWN ' Salt for Butter; ' GLOBE ' Salt for Bacon. ARTHUR MUSTON & SON, 17 BRIDGE STREET. SYDNEY. Sole Adrits-OOMMONWEALTH SALT REFINING CO., Ltd. Would you like to have this book sent you, FREEP £ T\ X IttYTXTtfir IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. { ^_^_a_______H_ Cbiof of Dairy Branch, Dept. of AgriouHure, N.S.W. V A praotlon.1 book for tbo Student, Dairy Farmer, or Faotory Manager. Based on Australian oondi- V tious. Tbe obeapest and best work yet published. Tells you what the industry is, and how to begin - and how to succeed in it. Breeds of Cattle— Feeding— Diseases— Treatment of Milk and Uream— The -\. Making ami Marketing of Butter and Cheese. i Study and learn tbe teachings of this thoroughly-written book and you won't want to know muoh else, \ Price 7/6. By Post 8/2. £ Beautifully illus...

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

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

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LESSONS FROM OUR SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 25 April 1906

LESSONS FROM OUR SHOW. By Frank McCaffrey. Whatever might have been the doubts, and however wavering' might have been the opinions of many of our dairy farmers prior to the recent Royal Agricultural Show, as to which is to become the most prominent dairy animal at our future shows, it nucht tn hn pvidnnr tn thp.ir ininds, after viewing the recent dairy cat tle exhibits and noting the sales as con ducted on the grounds on Saturday, that the dairy Shorthorn is the most fancied. I do not desire to advocate that gene ral-purpose animal so persistently push ed to the front by moneyed breeders as a dairy Shorthorn — which is nothing more nor less than a cross between a beef Dur ham and an Ayrshire ; but simply wish to advocate the type known to the dairymen of Illawarra for upwards of seventy years. Although the writer has over and over again dilated on the high qualities of the Illawarra type of dairy Shorthorn, yet he cannot forbear troubling you with a few more words upon this subject,...

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

1 1 la war ra District. STEWART ¥ MORTON, STOCK AQENT8, Nowra, Berry, Kia ma, \ Albion Park & Dapto. :™,ro; daIry cattle ALWAYS FOR SALE. Stock selected, paddooked and truoked to any part ofl the State. Illawarra Dairy Breed a 8peolallty.

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