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General Review of the Markets. GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

— General Review of the Markets. — 'Farmer and Settler' Office, Monday, 7th May, 9 p.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. WHEAT. The past week has been favorable for ploughing operations, except in isolated cases* where more timely showers would be very acceptable to ensure a good seed bed. From reports much new land is being broken up, and everything at present Doints to a record acreace under wheat for season '1906-1907. This is encourag ing, and once more goes to prove that year by year farmers are realising that wheat and sheep arc undoubtedly what is wanted in order to make their land give a fair return for the capital, labor and energy expended. Whilst the area this year promises to be larger than its predecessors, it is en couraging to know that millions of acres are still longing for the plough in order to exemplify their usefulness. We refer at present to the wheat belts of the south, west, north, and north-west, but the time will come when one district will run right into the other...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

CROWN LANDS AVAIL ABLE. The following are the latest published by the Information Bureau : — CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE. (CROWN LANDS AMENDMENT ACT OF 1905.) WAGGA WAGGA LAND DISTRICT, on Mittagong Holding, 2777^ acres, in 5 blocks, ranging in areas from 508^ 'acres to 580 acres; distant '16 miles from Lockhart ; good agricultural land ; annual rent ranges from ,£23 6s. 2d. to ,£26 us. 8d.' per block. Available 24th May, 1906. ORIGINAL SETTLEMENT LEASE. HAY LAND DISTRICT on Benerem bah Holding, 4296$- acres in 1 farm, dis tant 46 mile's from Narrandera, and 4 miles from Darlington; good grazing land suitable for breeding and fatten ing; annual rent, ,£107 8s. 3d. Avail able 7th June 1 006. WARREN LAND DISTRICT, on Gun ningbar Holding, 2957$ acres, in 1 farm, distant i mile from Mullengud gery ; suitable for grazing and agri culture ; annual rent, ,£8S 14s. 6d. Available 5th July, 1906. ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD SELECTION. GOULBURN LAND DISTRICT, within Goulburn Population Area, 374* acres ...

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

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THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 1890. 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: Attunga, Green, Stuart, Attunga. Armidale, McArthur, A., Armidale. Ashford — E. H. Armstrong:. Baradlne, McGill, R. N., Molgo, Baradine. Balladoran and Coalbaggie, Machin, H., Ranter's Cr., Gilgandra. Brookong, O'Connell, M., Lockhart. Ben Lomond, Ensor, E. T., Ben Lomond. Binalong, Darg-an, M., Binalong. Bena and Wamboyne, Ewers, W. A...

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

'Melotte' Cream Separator ? ~TS3H| WON SILVER MEDAL. M.jvf.?5§ Hisjbesl; and only award, Londou Dairy Show, after four days iiijjsg exhaustive working trials, beating :)2 Separators, representing ?luiSS' ftl1 differBut ™lll£6S. 1 ^ ffllma Points of superiority proved.— Base of Working, Ease of Cleansing, I vjirV Simplicity of Working Farts, Completeness of Ukiinuiiug. ~-^gfl . The Melotte makes from 2O to 4O per cent, more ?ffiSl^ Opeamf and thus paying Its cost In a few months. Eg feffJJL „ EVERY MELOTTE FULLY GUARANTEED. fllU m Liberal Discount for Cash, or Easy Time-Payment. ' -if a - ? -% AGENTS IN EVERY DISTRICT. S^^^^ W. S. FRIEND & CO., i^^j'-^f'^Wr111 113 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. ™,-i-' .^_-ni^j_rrr_U.^A|ir Agents for Manufacturers. Shipments for the World's Metropolis. IMPORTANT NOTICE. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, have established in London a special Butter Department, supervised by thoroughly' efficient Experts, which deals solely with ...

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

? THE ' POULTRY FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED, QUAY & THOMAS STREETS, SYDNEY. Pure Bred Poultry Sales The Fifth Sale of the Season, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6th. in now and more extensive premises, PARKER STREET, HAYMARKET. Regular Tri-weekly Sales of Eggs and Poultry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Full Market Rates and Prompt Returns assurod. —————«——————— THOMAS REID, Manager. — — — — — — _______ You should read the Advertisement of The Easdown Rabbit Trap On page 4. The Trap is uninisfciikubly ouo of tho boat extermiuiitora of 'Australia's Grey Curse.'

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POULTRY ON THE FARM. Scaly-leg. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

^ POULTRY ON THE FARM. Scaly-leg. Most poultry keepers can hardly have failed to notice that unsightly condition of the legs of fowls known as scaly-leg. This is due to the presence of a minute insect or itch-mite (sarcoptes mutans). It has been proved to be very contagious. If neglected the joints may become affected and the toes drop off, al ? though such serious endings are rare. Certain breeds are much more liable to this trouble than others. Diuiiniiis, luuiuhs, cinci mosi or iui, 511 kies, are subject to it. An affected bird has been known to convey it to a flock hitherto entirely free, while a broody hen has been known to ' pass it on ' to her chicks when hatched. Although advanced cases may wear a serious aspect, thev readily yield to the application of an oint- . ment, composed of equal parts of lard or fat with kerosene. This, if applied vigor ously a few times will always effect a cure. * * * Moulting. Some birds become much debilit ated during the moulting period. Some t...

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

I THERE ARE OWLY TWO METHODsT^| H TWO SUCCESSFUL METHODS H H OF EXTERMINATING RABBITS! M gj The N.S.W. Government Analyst, Mr. W. M. Hamlet, publicly announces that BH |fl Babbit-proof Fences and the Poison Cart are the most successful remedies to H ^H employ against the Babbit. flj|H D HlUlUHF' ' Don't wait— or waste time— on experiments, H H HP^* Infectious disease cannot wholly exterminate! H H f^ET Tfl MfflBlf at once with a Cart ! but make IU I I^AR? B H Ilk I IU Will If l\ sure you have the best Cart, the laAiLi UMH 1 H H « Tho CmVovtX AiitnmAtir s H ^wm$- 11 Ulcdl /iUluillullt IS ^^1 @ V ill B*^DI€fkft I 5H*M ilHfr ^H &~«^ h Px^flll ? 'I3UII v-CIb l« IBI B ^^^==^^^^^^^^Ci^ykv ^e ^os* Successful Rabbit-Destroyer ml H ^^^^^y^^S^^^^^^^Jgg^ EVER INVENTED. Wm ^H JL \TOf|A\ y^i \Mjf Sjf -M\ Over 3,000 now in use^ is sufficient guarantee. HI ^B I ^^^^ rT^^w ^^^C 1 Write for Parsioulara and Prices to §|| B ^/^Sji^^XSJajJ geo. e. fortescue & sons H ^H %^ \l J? ^)F£?\ \...

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HEAVY MORTALITY AMONGST CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

HEAVY MORTALITY AMONGST CATTLE. A wire from Forbes says : — A heavy loss of cattle has occurred through eating Scotch thistles. Messrs. Welford, of Eu gowra, and Bowman, of Derowie, near Orano-e, bought largely at the cattle sale on the showground on Friday. When the stock ' were travelling towards Eugowra they camped just beyond Yamma, 13 miles out, where the cattle were allowed to eat thistles, with the result that 131 died.

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

CLOSER SETTLEMENT IN VICTORIA. The Victorian State Cabinet last week decided that the Minister for Lands should prepare an amending Closer Set tlement Bill, the rnirpose of which will be to reduce earlier payments, particularly for the first two years, so as to enable settlers under this system to get a fair start. The Cabinet also decided that the Small Holdings Bill, which was intro duced last session, should be proceeded with as soon as next session opens. This measure aims at applying the Danish system of setlement here. It provides a certain amount of land and a certain cash advance. Settlers are to be put on to these holdings on probation, and will work under the direction of an experienced foreman, who will endeavour to teach settlers how to make a living on the land. A large estate is now under offer to the Victorian Closer Setlement Board, and the Cabinet has approved of a certain offer being made to the owner. Mr Bent, the Premier, says the price will run to nearly .£130,0...

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THE IMMIGRATION MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

THE IMMIGRATION MOVEMENT, J In inviting agriculturists, pastoralists, the Farmers' and Settlers' Associations, and other institutions to co-operate in the work of placing agricultural immigrants in positions where they will earn wages and gain experience of Australian condi iip land for themselves, the Intellgience Department has sent out a great number of circulars to all parts of the State. When special work of a rural character appeared to be offering in any district, and the local supply was not up to the demand, steps have been taken to get into touch with that district particularly. Care has been observed, in all cases to explain that there is no desire to give newcomers preference over available local men, and also that the experienced agriculturists who form the majority of the immigrants would require the current wages paid in the district to which they are sent. For tunately, the expansion in agricultural ac tivity that is taking place in the country districts makes it app...

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MORE PROBABLE RESUMPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

MORE PROBABLE RE SUMPTIONS. During the visit to Lockhart of his Ex cellency Sir Harry Rawson, on Wednesday last, a deputation waited on the State Premier to request him to throw open a 1 forest reserve of 12,000 acres for selec tion. He promised the deputation that he would, if possible, favorably consider their request. Speaking of forest re serves generally, he said that in many of them land too valuable for timber was iocKea up rrom cultivation, ana ne wouia rather see two babies grow in the place of 100 trees. He also foreshadowed the probable resumption of two or more large estates in Riverina.

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CROWN LAND SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

CROWN LAND SELECTION. The following statement shows the lands selected under the Crown Lands Acts from January i to May 2 : — Acres. Homestead selections ? 16,981 Settlement leases ? 152,285 Conditional purchases ? 154,336 Conditional leases ? 235,956 Conditional purchase leases 19,596 ?lotai ? S79,iS4 The period includes 17 lands of fice days, and the applications for orig inal holdings during the past week repre sent 24 new settlers. In addition to the area made available prior to January 1, ?1906, an area of 353,129 acres has been specially set apart during the above period.

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HAY IRRIGATION AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

HAY IRRIGATION AREA. To show the adaptability of the soil on the Hay Irrigation Area (says ' Riverina Grazier'), maize has been grown this season on Mr. Robert Gibson's farm, that will yield at the rate of 40 tons of green fodder to the acre, and sorghum 30 tons. Any person can see the maize for them selves, part has been cut for ensilage. The balance is being kept for immediate use. Not many of our favoured districts could show a much better return. The maize was sown the first week in January, and the sorghum the middle of December.

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THE RUSH FOR LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

THE RUSH FOR LAND. For a 75-acre block of land on the Orara, nearly 40 miles from Graf ton, which has just been thrown open, there were 25 applicants, hailing from different parts of the district, and several beyond it. The local Land Board will decide who is the successful applicant. Blocks are be ing surveyed on the Dorrigo brushes, and these will be rushed when thrown open. In two hours on Friday week, .£14, 000 worth of Woorrowoolgen farms, Casino district, was sold. One Sydney purchaser bought .£7000 worth. Over 12,000 acres have already been sold. The average price was .£4 14s per acre.

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

LAND OFFICE BUNGLES. . Under the heading 'Land Notes,' our Merriwa contemporary has the follow ing :r A land applicant told the Board that 30 years ago he applied for a 40-acre portion he was now applying for again, and was then told bv the Crown Land Accent that it was freehold. He paid rent for years to the supposed owner. Last year lists were gazetted of lands reserved from sale but available for an nual lease, included in which were a num ber of travelling stock and water reserves that were hitherto regarded as exempt from occupation. Acting on the notifi cation, applications were freely made for many blocks which were thought to have all along been occupied under annual tenure, and the revenue benefited by the rent ; but applicants for reserves, who were opposed by the very Department which had notified that the lands were not. reserved from lease, had to pay the cost of inquiry. A private business con ducted on such lines would soon go under. Before lists of lands available ar...

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

DEALING WITH RESERVES. PROTESTS AND PETITIONS. A wire from Coff's Harbour says : — At the fortnightly meeting of the progress committee, Mr. John Moorhead presiding, a resolution, moved by Mr. Neil Glass, was unanimously passed calling upon the Minister to throw open the Korora re serve, consisting of 2000 acres of -good land, for settlement. Settlers at Cooma are petitioning against a large area at the Big Badga being turned into a scrub lease. They consider the same fit for settlement. in reply to a letter rrom tne Minister for Lands asking the Peak Hill Council to specify estates at the Peak Hill dis trict suitable for closer settlement, the Council has named Bulgandramine, Mun gery, and that part of Glenanagie, known as Forest Reserve. The Council is also applying to the department to have the vacant Crown lands west of the township gazetted a temporary common.

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WHO OWNS RIVERINA? ANOTHER BIG RESUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

WHO OWNS RIVERINA? ANOTHER BIG RESUMPTION. In the course of the response to the toast of ' The Ministry ' at the social tendered to the Governor, at Wagga last week, the Premier referred to the Victor ian agitation to annex the Riverina. He hoped he would have the sympathy of the people in opposing the scheme. He did not want the Murrumbidgee to be the boundary, ihe Murray was good enough for him and the Parliament of New South Wales, and they intended to resists this attempt to take away the richest part of the State. Mr. Carruthers also referred to the Ministry's determination to proceed with water conservation, resumption of land for closer settlement, and the expen diture of money on public works, which would increase the number of producers. He also stated that negotiations were al most complete so far as the Ministry can carry them for the acquisition of a large estate abutting on the town of Wagga. This is understood to refer to Gobbagum balin, which comprises 75,000 acres, a...

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

CENTRAL TALBRAGAR. The annual meeting was held on March 31st. The following were elected officers for the ensuing year :— President, Mr. W. Thompson; vice-presidents, Messrs. M. Sweeney and Jas. J. Clarke; treasurer, f Mr. J. Bell; secretary, Mr. N. Wisbey. ? The success of the branch for the last year was considered very satisfactory, it ' wound up the year with a small balance in hand. A good many matters were discussed. 'I think this will grow into a very strong branch in time. People are be ginning to take more interest, and new members keep coming in. m - a m a ii n ti ?-

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DUNDEE. An Off-day for Pleasure. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

DUNDEE. An Off-day for Pleasure. On Saturday last the members of the above Branch visited Stonehenge, and met that Branch in a series of games, in cluding cricket, chess, draughts, crib bage and euchre. Dundee \yon at cricket, compiling 153 ?against their opponents Co in two inn inirs. At the indoor games Stonehenge proved too strong for the visitors in every game, winning in the end by 14 rubbers to 7. Our members thoroughly enjoyed the trip, and were most hospitably enter tained by the Stonehenge Branch. The secretary, Mr. Cooper, and Messrs. A. Meurant, senior and junior, being especi allv attentive to us during our stay. We hope that other branches will do likewise, as these visits will strengthen the good feeling now existing between the branches. Our annual meeting will take place on Saturday next, May 5th.

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