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Control of Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
Control of Traffic. Culcairn Council receh'ed a letter from the Shires Association, stating that the question of control of traffic in public places is most important and difficult, and that the regulation of traffic has a wider meaning than the regulation of speed. From a pe rusal of Act 28, 1909, sub-section. 11 of section 75, it would appear that regulating the weights of loads or classes of traffic crossing bridges, is included in its provisions.
FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
FLOUR. There luis been rather more teil of.their being able to oiler higli inquiry for Hoiir, brokers seeming ly recognising the fact that there is 'not much chance of values going any lower than their present levels. In fact, if the wheat market were, to continue to improve, millers, doubtless, woulil strive to raise the price of the milled article. For ex port, some'cheap parcels have chang'-' ed hands in country makes, but tile market in this respect has kept very quiet indeed. .Current quotations in the' three leading. States are given hereunder: - \ ' 1010 ' 1911. Sydney .. ...... . '£10/5/ £8 Melbourne .. £10 £7/15/ Adelaide ( . £9/5/ £8/5/ These are for. bakers' lots; shipping prices would be less.
CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
. CALVES. The supply of ca'lves at the City; Yards throughout 'the week litis beenc liberal, rough sorts being chiefly iii evidence. However,' competition has been well maintained, and values rea lised satisfactory. Quotations may be. given as followsExtra-prime heavy (18 mos.), to 75/; extra-prime year lings, to. 60/; prime, to 55/; good to 33/; others, from 15/; best, .bobbies,, to 25/; good.vto; 18/. _ ;
CITY YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
CITY YARDS. Supplies of fat pigs forward at the City Yards during tlie'week were libe ral, the sales covering over 1500 ani mals. Porkers were most largely rep resented. In: nearly all classes, the quality was high, particularly of ba coners. The market for -heavy pork ers was the reverse of active, buyers generally having too large stocks on hand. Light and medium weights sold freely; Back fatters were very difficultto- place. Quotations for the different descriptions were as follows: Backfatters.-Prime from .50/ to. 60/; medium, 45/ to 48/; others from 25/ to 40/. ' Baconers.-Extra-prime;'45/-'to-50'/; . medium, 42/ to 4(1/; 1 iglit, 37/ to ,44/;; others from 32/. Porkers.-Extra-prime, 30/ to 35/; mediums.-. 25/ to 33/: light, 20/0 to 25/; others from 14/. . . '
CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
CATTLE. From 87 owners there were 1996 head listed for sale, and 2071 yarded. As usual, most- of the drafts came from the Northern and North-West ern' districts, Avitli a few yards from . the South, and. one line of .121 head from Queensland. All descriptions were represented, including bulls, bul locks, steers, cows, heifers, yearlings, and vealers. : The bulk of the yardings consisted of nice, handy-weight bul locks and steers,, with a fair propor: tion of cows and heifers. The con dition, taken : throughout, showed an improvement on previous yardings. more; particularly -in the medium, Aveights. TJie ;vealers and yearlings were i vory ,choice.: c Buyers were fully represented, and the market opened to free competition for all prime qua lity; Avhilst other grades fluctuated. Handy Aveight bullocks, say those ranging from 600 lbs to 700 lbs. to gether .Avitli the choice yearlings and A-ealers, attracted spirited competi tion at high values, as compared Avith good trade quality. The...
LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
LAMBS. The supply of lambs was much larger than we have had for some time. The" bulk of the quality was from good to prime, with only a sprinkling of the medium grades. Oossbreds,' :as usual, "were most in evidence, there being only a moderate number of , merinos. A/fair' number of suckers .were yarded, which were: of good quality. The market opened free for all.lines suitable for the ex port trade, at last week's values; all other grades were easier. Extra prime realised. 12/ to 13/6; a few odd extra weights, 15/8 to 16/; prime, 10/6 to 11/6; good from 7/6; medium from 6/; some few pens, very small and light, from 5/;
OPOSSUM SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
OPOSSUM SKINS. The next sale will be on April 5. Prices are nominally as follows : Grev. first 22/ to 22/6 per dozen, second 14/ to 20/, third 7/6 to 12/ ; red, first .17/ to 20/, second 12/to 16/, third (>/~to, ll/;">ump8d, top -13/ to 15/, first-K/-to 12/,-second "5/ to 7/3, torn and weevilly 3/ to 5/.
PERMISSION TO TRANSFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
PERMISSION TO TRANSFER. In the matter of the appeal to the Land Appeal Court by Arthur Charles Salter against 'the finding of Local Land Board, in respect of his appli cation for permission to transfer to William Rogers his conditional pur chase lease No. 1909/4, Duhbo. The Court gave judgment on March 9, and the President (Mr. H. A. G. Curry) pointed out the following facts: - The appellant is the holder of a c.p. lease of 1094 acres in the district of .Dubbo. He took up the land June 3, 1909, being then about 22 years of age. When he made his application lie said he was to be financially assist ed by the estate of the late A. F. Salter, in which his interest was £1500, and Mr. C. Cadell, executor in the estate made a declaration that the appellant's interest was about £1500, and the estate was prepared to assist him. The appellant sought the Minister's permission to transfer the lease, and the Minister referred the proposal to the Land Board. The Board was unable to report any suf...
QUESTION OF CONVERSION. An Important Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
QUESTION OF CONVERSION. An Important Appeal. The case which stands as the most important heard before the Land Ap peal Court for some time, was that dealt with in a decision of the Court, delivered on March 9. It raised the question of what is a home mainten ance area, and what value should be placed upon a settlement lease, which the lessee desired to convert into an original conditional purchase and a conditional lease. The matter came before the Court on a reference, which is the other name for an appeal, by the Minis ter for Lands, for a determination in respect of an application by George Macquarie Paine, to convert his set tlement lease, No. 273 Moree, into an original c.p., and a c.l. Many other lessees will be affected by tne v decision of the Court, and it is quite likely that finality will not be reach ed until the case has been heard by the High Court. Mr. Pike in structed by Messrs. fetirton & Moodie, of Moree, appeared for the respon dent. The main facts are the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
THE COMING PLACE FOR DAIRYING is the FURRACABAD ESTATE, Glen Innes. A largo part of the estate consists of black soil flats, consisting of decomposed basalt, and they grow great crops of oats, maize, etc., -while the hills running up on each side of the valley are eminently adapted for stock. There is a co-operative butter factory, and the whole proposition is a first-class mixed farming one. Good farms available on easy terms, or to lease with the option of purchase. For particulars apply to the HAYMARKET, P.L.B. & I. Co., Ltd. ,750 George-street.
Veterinary Scour in Calves. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
Veterinary Correspondents, when asking for advice on general cases of disease, Should be careful to supply the following information: x. Age and Sex. 2. Date on which sickness commenced. 3. Full symptoms of disease or injury, with particular reference (when indicated) to the breathing, presence or absence of pain, condition of the bowels. 4. State if other animals are affected. 5. If hand-fed, state nature and quantity of food given. 6. Mention what treatment has been already carried out. , Scour in Calves. There is no doubt this trouble is ' on the increase in our dairy herds, arid from the nature of the trouble and the artificial conditions of feeding it is far more likely to spread than de crease. For one thing, the continual overstocking .of. dairy farms, prevent ing spelling of paddocks, lias rendered the land cow-sick, and in many cases badly contaminated with the ???organ-..: ?isms :which produce, scour. Again, the effort to breed milking machines: (for the modern cow is only...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. '.'Subscriber" 'writes:-"I have ft flock of weaners, which are very ba&lt;J "with tapeworm. I have tried arsenic, but it does not seem to do any good. Could you suggest a remedy? Arsenic should be effective, bxit as in this case it has been a failure, I would suggest that sulphate of cop per (bluestone) be tried. Mix a des sertspoonful of bluestone in two whis key bottles of water, and give about two-thirds of a wine-glass to each lamb. Great care must be taken in drenching the lambs, and it is best given when the lamb is standing square 011 all four legs.
A Germ Factory. BUREAU OF MICRO-BIOLOGY DR. FRANK TIDSWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
A Germ Factory. BUREAU OF MICRO-BIOLOGY . ?; . "The Shepherd." DR. FRANK TIDSWELL. Up two flights of stairs in the build ing in Macquarie-street, used by the Department of Public Health, and several pungent smells direct me to the Bureau of Microbiology, over which Dr. Frank Tidswell, M.B., Gh.M. (Syd.), F.R.S.I.G.B., presides. "Is the doctor visible?" I ask of the young lady who attends to the visitors. I am requested to wait for a little while, and to take a seat in a rather dingy anteroom, from which I watch the assistants, arrayed in spotless white, at their work cultiva ting various bacilli, micr.obes, and other micro-organisms in one of the laboratories. They go about their work quite unconcerned, yet they are dealing with the germs of some of the most death-dealing diseases known. The thought of this almost made me shudder. I casually said to the young lady, "There ought to be plenty of microbes about here," "Oh, yes/5 was the reply, "this is the happy hunting grounds of the ...
Land Appeal Court. WHERE BUSH WORKERS FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
Land Appeal Court. WHERE BUSH WORKERS FAILED. By reserved decision on March 9, the Land Appeal Court declared in effect that an area of 80 acres, held by Thomas Carrick, junior, near Ma tong railway station, in the Wagga TVagga land district, was not too much to be added to another 80 acres held, as a homestead selection, by Jaines Logan, junr. Mr. F. L. Y. Coffey, instructed uy Messrs. Mac kenzie and Mackenzie, for Mr. Flor ence of Coolamon, appeared in sup port of Mr. Logan's appeal, in res pect of his application for permis sion to acquire Conrick's homestead selection. The application was made under the- provisions of section 2 of the 1903 Act. The two areas were set apart by Gazette notice, of Novem ber 1G, 1895, as being eminently adap ted for homes for bush-workers, who could, cultivate the land when work was slack.. It was before the Court that the other selectors on the blocks had failed, although the land was said to be suitable for agriculture, although unsuitable for fru...
Speed of Motors. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
Speed of Motors. Nattai Shire Council lias received a letter from tlie Chief Secretary's of fice, with refereuce to the application of the council for permission to erect notice boards, limiting the speed of" motor vehicles on certain roads with in the shire, and stating that it had. been ascertained that the localities in question were not situated within town or village boundaries. It was pointed out that section 8 of the Mo tor Traffic Regulations only provided', for the erection of notice boards with in the boundaries of a town or vil lage, and tliat if sanction were grant ed for the erection of boards as de sired a prosecution would fail in the event of the point being taken that such had not been legally erected in accordance with the terms of the re gulation mentioned.
Shire and Municipality An Old Loan. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
^ ^ Shire and Municipality II "The Land" will welcome discussion upon matters specially affecting shires and couatry municipali ties, and will as far as possible, furnish specific information in answer to questions. An Old Loan. The Mayor of Junee reported at last council meeting, that at the close of the year it-was stated..all ac counts were in credit: but an- old loan of £500 had been discovered, on which interest was accruing. He considered that a sinking fund should be established to pay off the debt. The loan was probably raised for. certain patent street lamps. Very few knew that such a state of things existed. Aid. Iioad suggest ed that a special loan rate should be struck to extinguish the debt. Aid. Colls said the old loan had been discovered by him. They should get rid of this old debt. Its exist ence came as a shock to sohie of the aldermen. The Mayor promised that all the facts would be placed before them when the estimates were pre sented. Strange things have been happ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
"Glen Riddle, Barraba, "November 14th, 1910. "Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., Sydney. "Dear Sirs,-While out at Fleming ton saleyards on Thursday last, I Avas shown over your improvements there, and must say they are quite up-to-date. The excellent method for feeding and watering stock must vastly improve their value. In fact, I took particular notice of the cat tle which had been through the hath that morning; they looked as clean and fresh as if they had not been trucked at all-a . lot better than anything else I saw there." ? . . ."Yours. faithfully, " (Sgd.) HENRY CROWLE i." "TIKI" Brand Trade Mark Road Ii ANGLE Y SHAW, 5 BOND STREET. Try WEAVER & PERRY Fat Stock Salesmen: Sydney C «..' Wit hi a i Consignment. ' i '..iii '..i. J'".-. ii ' ?&lt;#'/'ii »i ii» i: i ^ i &lt;hi i'* fi-y^riraii ?i.'t'iii- ' i' ' THE COMMERClAIi BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY, LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1834 Capital Paid Up £1,500,000 Reserve Fund .. .. ... .."-'£1,420,000 Reserve Capit...
SUSSEX-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 17 March 1911
SUSSEX-STREET. Trade in Sussex-street is quiet, though the -last few days have had a hardening- effect on the market, and. there is a little more movement all round,, but no perceptible, change in prices, except perhaps in potatoes, which are slightly better. The trouble in " the Street" is going to be about the scarcity arising from the damage by excessive rains of so much grain and fodder. It is hard, eA'en now, to secure prime samples of any of the leading lines. There is a considerable quantity of potatoes coming lorwarrt for next week from Tasmania, but a great quantity of them are all'ectetl by .?Irish-blight. During the week 980 bags were condemned out of a Tas manian shipment landed on the Union wharf, and 300 bags of a shipment discharged on the Federal wharf . .The cruel part of this business is that the potatoes are examined and passed as sound before being shipped. .Current quotations are : Chatt.-South Australian: Wlieaten, prime,, £3/15/ to £4 for choice. Victorian : W...