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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 2 May 1906

CREAM SEPARATOR. ' LINK BLADE SYSTEM. Clean Skimming. Easy to turn. ' Easy to Handle. Easy to Clean. * Most Profitable. '. Sizes, Hand Power : 20 gallons to 120 gallons per hour. Sizes, Turbines : 77 gallons to 120 gallons per hour. ' Cream Coolers, Butter Workers, LINDE Refrigerators and all Dairy appliances, Oil, Gas or Steam Engines (portable or stationary), quoted on application to J. WILDRIDGE & SINCLAIR, : ENGINEERS, 82 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, \ [ 'x

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 2 May 1906

I *r ^r~ w *r^ w^ *r^ w^ yr ir ^r ^r v ir *r^ w^ w^ w^ V^ V^ V^ ^r^ v^ V V^ W^ ^^^ V^ ^^m ? ' . ?' \ Would you Ilka to have this book aent you, FREE P - 1\ A IT^YIXT^- 1N ALL ITS BRANCHES. ) J-//TLM1.V JL JLIt^F by m. a. o'Callaqhan J. ? - Chief of Dairy Brauoh, Dept. of Agriculture, N.S.W. V, A pructlcul book fur the Studout, Dairy Farmer, or Factory Mauager. Based on Australian condi- \ tious. The cheapest and best work yet publmhdd. Telia you what the industry is, and how to begin ??£' ' and how to succeed in it. Broods of Oattlo— Peoding— Diseaeoa— Treatment of Milk and (Jreani— The V Making and Marketing of Butter and Cheese. . ? S' ? ?' Study and learn the teachings of this thoroughly-written took and you won't want to know rnuob else \_ Price 7/6. By Post 8/2. \ Beaujbifully illustrated and bound iu oloth boards. Gold blocked. 801 pages. SIzo 10 inohes bjr 0 ? -' ? inches. HandBotuoly ilnished by the N.S.W. Government Printer. ? ? \ WE WILL FORWARD THIS BOOK AS A GIFT I to nn...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROTECTION OF DAIRYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 2 May 1906

PROTECTION OF DAIRYMEN. At the Factory Managers' Conference held in Sydney during Master week, Mr. H. McVeigh, manager of the Bcga Coope rative Creamery, read a most valuable pa per which he had previously prepared on 'The Protection of Dairymen.' That pa per has been read with interest by many of our dairymen since it appeared in the press. The concluding sentences, which we here give, will probably make Tllawarra men smile: — 'In closing this paper, 1 would advise factory managers to keep their minds free from what might be termed ' Ilia warrn isms, ' that is, that Go vernment interference in the industry is unnecessary. The Illawarra dairyman has been very short-sighted except where per sonal motives are concerned, and forgets that there is no district in the State which has reaped such benefits from expert know ledge as theirs lias. The reforms I advo cate will help to maintain the reputation of our butter, but I claim that all the responsibility should not be thrown on the shou...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DAIRYMAN. A NEW DAIRY CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 2 May 1906

THE DAIRYMAN. By Frank McCaffrey. A NEW DAIRY CENTRE. A wire from Forbes says that Mr. IT. B. Coward, of Carrowobbity. one of the leading dairymen in Forbes, is about to comnieiu'e dairying on a large scale at his Grawlin property, which is under the man agement of Mr, T. Howler. Mr. Charles Coles, also of Grawlin, is launching out iu a .similar direction, whilst many small dairies are being commenced in other parts. There is not the slightest doubt that this district is admirably adapted for dairy ing.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND TIMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

QUEENSLAND TIMBER. The Director of Forests stated before the Tariff Commission in Brisbane that there were 40,000,000 acres of merchant able timbers in Queensland. He added that the Queensland forests should be a continual mine of wealth, and that they could supply all the requirements of the Commonwealth. Forty thousand people 'are at present upon the timber industry in Queensland.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BIG STATION CHANGES HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

A BIG STATION CHANGES HAND8. Messre. Goldsborough, Mort, and Co. report the sale,, on behalf of Messrs. Robertson, Wagner, and Co., of Midkin station, near Moree, somprising 140,000 acres of purchased land; and 60,000 acres leasehold from the Crown, with 67,000 sheep, 190 cattle, and 200 horses, to the New Zealand and Australian Land Com pany. The purchase money is about .£220,000.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAND AND SETTLEMENT. A NINE-ACRE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

[the land and settlement.] A NINE-ACRE FARM. An object lesson in intense culture (says the Melbourne 'Age') is furnish ed by Mr. G. F. Woods' farm, at Cas sidy's bridge, near Warrnambool. It comprises nine acres only, and on that area he has fed eight cows, two calves and a horse since August last. He has also produced a crop of maize now stand ing 10ft high, on two acres of it. An other acre yielded about 4 tons of oaten hay.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROWDED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

CROWDED OUT. Several letters and branch reports, in addition to other interesting matter, have been unavoidably held over until next issue.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPREADING THE NET FOR THE FARMER. To the Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

SPREADING THE NET FOR THE FARMER. To the Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir,— In 'The Farmer and Settler' of 3rd instant, a writer who signs himself 'Ajax' is evidently neither a Solomon nor a Sherlock Holmes. Although he states that 'any novice can see' that 1 am Mr. Barton, he is very wide of the mark, as you are well aware. Al though I am what I have signed myself, and would be likely to escape, at all events, till long after 'Ajax' was hit, if an era of legalised confiscation set in on landowners', still I think that we have had quite enough of dishonest land laws, or land laws which put a premium on dis honesty. The Act of 1861, of which 'Ajax' thinks so highly, put pressure on the squatters to compel them to take to dum mying, and afforded special facilities to blackmailers to levy on the squatters. It has been stated by good authorities that it is doubtful whether any other Act of Parliament in any country had as far reaching effect in corrupting the whole people as result...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY CONCESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

RAILWAY CONCESSIONS. Perhaps no class in the commun ity are more keenly interested in the railways and their administration than the farmers and settlers, for as users they bulk larger ? than any other section, and depend entirely upon the railways to convey their produce and stock to the central marKet. me ousiness between them and the railway auth orities is mutually beneficial and it would be difficult to imagine how one could operate successfully with out the other. In the absence of the cheap and speedy means of transport afforded by the railways, the man on tht and would be ham pered in all his movements ; the volume of his productions would be greatly restricted, and his value to the State as a wealth creator would be proportionately lessened. On the other hand, if the railways had no produce to carry their work would be confined to, a limit that, would not only not admit of expansion, but would mean unprofitable running in every district beyond the bounds where ordinary pass...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

DECLARATION. I, Nathaniel Breakey McKay, of Bal larat and Melbourne, Victoria, traveller and journalist, do hereby solemnly and sincerely declare : — 1.. That I did not at any time tell Mr. James Macgregor, or any other person, that a Sunshine Harvester could be made and put in. the field for ,£31. -. Tiiot- curli q ct-ntamp.Tit: would have been wholly untrue if made by any one. ,3. That what I did tell Mr. Macgregor in conversation, some years ago, was that it cost about ,£31 after the machine was made in the factory, to put it into the field and start it. . 4. That to the best of my belief this latter statement was true at the time it was made. . And I make this solemn declaration, conscientiously believing the same to be true, and by virtue of the provisions of the Statute rendering persons making a false statement punishable for wilful and corrupt perjury. N. B. McKAY. Declared before me, at Sydney, this' sixth day of May, 1906. J. McLEAN, J.P.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOOD THAT MEN DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

THE GOOD THAT MEN DO. The good that some men do not only lives after them, but fructifies to an ex tent undreamt of ' during- their allotted span on earth. This was the central idea which permeated the meeting- held at the Royal Exchange to organise the move ment for perpetuating the memory of the late Mr. William Farrer, the generally esteemed Government experimentalist in wheat. As Mr. S. W. Moore, the Minis ter of Agriculture pointed out, the next generation will be in a much better posi iiuji iriau me lyicamu 10 juuge or cne im mense value of such work as that to which the deceased unselfishly devoted himself. The groundwork of his life's study was laid in the face of many ob stacles, long before he entered the Gov ernment service, and had it not been for his scientific enthusiasm, apart from all sordid considerations, it would prob ably never have been accomplished. His incentive is thus aptly described by his widow: — 'He loved his work, because he felt he was doing some good,...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HARVESTER TRUST. To the Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

THE HARVESTER TRUST. To the Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — The contributions of 'Cypher' in your issues of nth and iSth April have just come under my notice, on my arrival in Sydney. He discourses in a large and oracular way on 'the exorbitant profits the manufacturers have been making at the expense of the farmers under the existing tariff.' In support of this, he cites one instance — that of the harvester. 'Thus,' he remarks, 'machines which on sworn evidence cost in labour and ma terial not more than ,£31 were sold to the farmer at ,£Si.' His case is mainly based on this appalling example of ex tortion, and he sets up a vista. of truly alarming possibilities, should these bold, bad, designing manufacturers obtain the increased protection they ask for. Later on, with your permission, I shall have, something to offer on the general question, but just now I am concerned with the statement that harvesters can be made for ,£31. It is true that, about two months ago, evidence...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BAG QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

THE BAG QUESTION. The price of cornsacks for the coming season is a matter that is likely to ser iously interest the farmer. 'Coming events cast their shadows before,' and the news from Calcutta is such that the brains of our producers must be fur bished, and the shadow of a system to supersede the present cumbersome and ruinously expensive method of placing bagged wheat upon the market should soon materialise. The boom in bags at the present time is remarkable, considering the long way we have to go to next harvest, but the fact that it is impossible to place orders for October delivery at under 6/ 10 per dozen is ominous of ex tremely high rates being extorted from the farmer who has to buy in the retail market. It may not be an unmixed evil that prices are forced to an extreme, pre sumably by a combination of jute manu facturers, as necessity is calculated to make our own people unite when their common interests and pockets are par ticularly threatened, and outsiders are the expl...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRRIGATION.—V. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

IRRIGATION.— V. By Robert Gibson, Hay. 8 If we look to India, we find large irri M gation works carried out by the Govern m ment. There the Himalaya Mountains H are the gathering grounds which feed the I] rivers which flow for over 1,000 miles 1 j through arid plains to the sea. In ' Dal I gety's Review,' of 2nd April, there ap- . 1! nnars an interestinir account of the pro 1} gress of irrigation in India. The great I! plains of the Punjab and Scinde are ex H tremely dry, the annual rainfall being * from 2 to 10 inches, which is much worse than the lowest rainfall in this State. The first works were started in 1850, chiefly as a relief work, and to show the extent of the works carried out in Scinde alone there are no less than 6,000 miles of canals. To the present time the pro gress made has been really marvellous. Over 30 million pounds have been spent, and over 44 million acres have been served with water. It may be said that the suc cess of these works is partly due to low priced...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

Telephone 4236. 'ZU farmers Settler,' THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF The Farmers' and Settlers' Association ofN.S.W. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Price : One Penny. 5/- per Annum, post free Tho Editor, Mr. T. I. Campbell, General Secretary Of the Association, will be glad to receive 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 ono side of the paper only, and as briefly and as much to the point as possible. All matter should reach the Editor on or before the Saturday in eaob week forpablioation on the Wednesday following. While 'Tins Farmer and Settler' will prove a very valuable means of communication between the Execu tive Officers, the 160 odd Branch Secretaries, and the whole of the Members, the aid of every one is requisi tioned to render perfect the enterprise now entered upon. Items of intelligence, experienced, suggestions, anec dotes, or l...

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CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES ON TOPICAL SUBJECTS. MR. McINERNEY'S EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

U- CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES - ? ON TOPICAL SUBJECTS. 2^ MR. MclNERNEY'S EXPLANA TION. An editorial footnote, intended for Mr. Mclnerney's letter in last issue, explana tory of his remarks at the executive coun cil's meeting-, re scrub and improvement leases, was inadvertently overlooked by the compositor, and did not appear. It read as follows : — ' The Asociation's attitude is closely in accord with Mr. Mclnerney's letter. At last Conference the resolution referred to the resolution has been strongly repre sented to Mr. Justice Owen at the Lands Commission, and the Executive Council unanimously urge upon the Minister the necessity of resumption of leases impro perly acquired, and making those suitable for settlement available for that purpose on the easiest possible terms.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

HORNSBY PATENT SAFETY. m Tho most Economical, Reliable (SI Durable Bl Motive Power for the Station and Farm. Wft 8TA™ZZT sZp'laring ^gHJifeSff* VTiliKI ^ PORTABLE TYPE. Ml THE 'BALTIC' SEPARATOR ^h/39 record skimmer TSggJ ? OF THE WORLD. ? J^P AWARDED 11 GOLD MEDALS AND 24 FIRST ^4riHB||i PRIZES IN ONE SEASON. ^iRlljjSaflr Prices & Particulars on Application to R. HORNSBY & SONS, ™ Haymarket, Sydney; Spencer Street, Melbourne. [Kindlv mention this paper when writing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

HUI1 I If D 161 GEORGE ST. WEST, ? llll-i.li.il, SYDNEY, Coachbuilder and Saddler. W»reonett«s u shown, £19 io O. Buggioa and Snlkios at bottom prices. Send for Illustrated Catalojue. HOME REPAIRING BUTRTJoA [hklpuies IjJ^fy tfig^w* glJL |f $$S& CJ13D H gn S S BRISTLES teyWy *J I «g m- I |S| I j ^ pK l|j [ccMIHl] /S'iJKf' i?uA£J\ pSDIH|ciKCHH |ciWCKH|H£Iljj A Complete Outfit of Tools fop BOOT, SHOE, RUBBER, HARNESS, AND TINWARE REPAIRING. Contains tha following: 1 Irnn Lnut for Mrn'i Work, 1 Iron Lrnit for Uny'« Worli, 1 Iron l.uat for Women'* Work. 1 Iron I .tut for Children'! Work I Iron Stand for Lasti. 1 - tioetuimmer, 1 Slincknife. I Pcr Awl H»ndle. 1 Pcr Awl. 1 Wri-nch for Peg Awl. Handle. 1 Bewlug Awl Hundlo. 1 Sewing Awl. 1 Rubbing Awl Handle. 1 Stubbing Awl. I Bottle Lenthor Cement. 1 Bottle lluhbcr Cement. 1 Hunch llrlstles. 1 Bull shoe Throad. 1 Hall Bhot Wax. 1 1 pltc Clinch Nolls, i-S In. 1 I'll*. Clinch NniU, 5-8ln. 1 |ik«. Clinch Null*, 0-8 In. 1 pki(. Heel Na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

For Over 50 Years Now have We been Selling the FAT STOCK, WOOL, HIDES, BAfiK AND ? GENERAL PfiODUCE ? of the Man on the Land. All that we have learned is at your service. We get you top prices. Send us a Consignment. Put us on your list to call or write. The Leading Salesmen, Sydney. gu*i -^ha iw^ H»'ffi ^ s a-^u^wsaaa.mi'n j Revolution In Farming. Direct Haulage. R^^^^^jt'^^^L ' C~ M«I.«n England. fTh.WJ.o.tfr«to iflffiL * iHHHHm^HHMwSflGgsl dod tho'-Iyol' in 1004-B, including th. Royal nUAMM^H^^^^^BiK, tr*r~-3*$m Agricultural Sooi.ty of England Mid Th« mSS^^^^^^^^^^B^m^r^m Highland Sooiety of S.otland The foremort BMH^^^^^^B^^mBSB^M Full Information from the Solo Atftnta, BP''^^^^^^^^'^WH HAH & OWEN. 17 Bridge St., Sydney. THE BEST DISG PLOUGHS IN THE WORLD WT ARE MADE AT OUR WORKS, -&B PRINCIPLE RIGHT. CONSTRUCTION RIGHT. RESULTS RIGHT. TUP liAiliHAI 2 *-- 6 FURROW DISC PLOUGHS I ?? EL W VW 1 lfe# Pi Either Stump Jump op Set. Work In every kind of Ground* HARVESTE...

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