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BRANCH MEETINGS. TRANGIE. The Sports Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

- BRANCH MEETINGS. - TRANGIE. The Sports Carnival. As the date for the annual conference in Sydney has been fixed for 24th July, it will be necessary to alter the date of the carnival from July 27th to August 3rd, in order to allow local members of the executive council to attend both func tions. ^ ^

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

UPPER RICHMOND. The Residence Conditions. At the last meeting1 of the Upper Rich mond branch, the following resolution was approved of and sent to the Executive Council for discussion at the next con ference : — That the Minister for Lands be requested to have the land laws so amend ed that when a certificate of conformity has been issued as to residence condi tions having been complied with, no further residence should be required if .at any time the original appHcant or his successors should wish to increase his holding to the maximum area.

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MUNDOORAN. Election of Officers—Wire Netting—Withdrawn from Sale—Protecting Native Animals—Road Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

MUNDOORAN. Election of Officers— Wire Netting— With- drawn from Sale— Protecting Native Animals— Road Works. The annual meeting was held on the 17th, when the following officers were elected for the ensuing year :— President, J. Grimhalph; Vice-Presidents, T. P. Maunser and J. Buckley ; Hon. Secretary, T. Luckie. A fair amount of business was dis nr.cpri nf nnri t-lip. fnllnwintr resolution was passed unanimously : — 'That this Branch is- of the opinion that 42 x i| x 17 gauge wire netting should be the standard rabbit proof fence.' The Bena and Wamboyne resolutions were unanimously endorsed. It was resolved to ask the Minister for Lands to again make available for settle ment part of stock reserve, Parish Ban dulla, that had previously been gazetted as available for C.P. or C.L. on the 10th of January last but for some reason was withdrawn, this' land at the present time being only a breeding ground for rab bits. It was resolved to ask the proper au thorities to have protected the ...

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

Either HOES or DISCS at your option. CLYDE WORKS: GRAHVILLE, N.3.W. BABCOCK & WBLGOX Limited. WATER TUBE SAFETY BOILERS Particularly Suitable with Wood Fuel. EXPLOSION IMPOSSIBLE. Supplied to Inverell Co-operatiTe Butter Factory, South Woluuila Co-operatire Creamery. Knrtimburra Butter Factory. Ullndullo. Hef. Butter Company. Write (or (nil Particulars and Prices, ? HAYMARKET. SYDNEY. ? T. ROBINSON & CO. PROPRIETARY LIMITED, Agricultural MELBOURNE. Engineers! Makers of HARVESTING MACHINERY and CULTIVATING IMPLEMENTS, all kinds. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION Not the sort you buy at stores SfgSS?*'1''* HERBERT J. RUMSEY, Seed Merchant, 1 Adderton Road, Dundas, N.S.W. JAMES CARROLL & CO., Crown Lands A Financial Agents, 10 Hunter St., Sydney. Transact buaineM (or Grown Lessees, Selector!, und othen, with the Uorernment, LourI and Weitern Lands Boards and Appeal Court. TRUST MONEY to lend on Freehold and lieaaehold Properties, and oa Shaiee under Wills, Ao. DO YOU WA...

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FORBES. Renewed Vigor. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

FORBES. Renewed Vigor. A meeting was held on April 28th at the School of Arts. Mr. Thos. A. Turner's letter of resig nation was read, and a resolution was 1 passed asking him to reconsider his deci sion. The following were elected officers for ' the ensuing year: — President, Mr. Wal lace Hunter; vice-presidents, Messrs. S. Tl l_nt*n/-k*A r\ V\ f\ I'll*** Tj*a1a«» . iwAHIII.lllIH j--. uuiuun ciuu jumi x' uicy , ucciauici, j Mr. Goerge Thornton ; Secretary,' Mr. I Charles Burton. j Resolved, — 'That the committee, con- i sist of fifteen members, and that the an nual subscription be 5/-. Eleven new members were nominated, and as they were present, the meeting resolved itslf into a special meeting of committee, and they were all duly elect ed, namely.— Messrs. James Barry, Wm. Sullivan, Campbell Gibson, Joseph Raws thorn, J. J. Strickland, J. R. Strickland, H. B. Coward, W. O. Hodge, James ' Smith, H. L. Beazley, Wm. H. Sly.

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TOLMOI. Annual Meeting—Election of Officers—Railway Extension—Prickly Pear Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

TOLMOI. I ? \% Annual Meeting— Election of Officers — £ Railway Extension— Prickly Pear I! Trouble. I The sixth annual meeting was he.ld at I Weweelanya on 28th April, when a good I attendance of members was present. f The Secretary's report of the work of l-! the past year showed that many matters J' of general interest had been attended to \. uy me orancn, ana max tne memDersnip had been larger than during previous % years. 1 The treasurer's balance-sheet was read, revealing a satisfactory state of the fi nances. The following office-bearers were elec ted for the ensuing year : — President, '; Mr. T. F. Bucknell ; vice-presidents, -i Messrs. Robert Bryan and W. A. Har- '-'-% ding ; treasurer, Mr. I. Williams ; secre- ^ tarv, Mr. A. W. Bucknell.' i- A motion was carried that members ?'{ who wish to bring forward any matter ?i shall first give sufficient notice to the $ secretary to enable him to notify all mem- '-- bers of the business that is to be brought 'i before the following ...

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

TOMINCLEY. At a meeting on 28th April two resolu tions were passed, namely : — (1) ' That this meeting distrusts the pro posed Danysz method* of Rabbit destruc . tion, and strongly urges that the Rodier system should be subjected to a severe practical official test by the Government, ?said test to be conducted on one of the numerous reserves in me uenirai divi sion.' (2) 'That the above resolution be for warded to the General Secretary, with a request that it be sent to the several branches, with a view of concerted action, S' r urging the M's.L.A. of their respective lectorates to act in conjunction with our Executive in bringing pressure to bear on the Government. The officers elected for this year are :— President, Mr. Geo. Graham; Vice Pre sidents, Messrs. Bairstow and j. N. Car ter ; Treasurer, Mr. John Graham; Sec retary, Mr. G. H. Crowhurst. The whole of the members to form a committee with ?a quorum of five. The present members, though few, are of the right sort, and I have ...

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MERRIWA. Annual Meeting.—A Progressive Branch. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

MERRIWA. Annual Meeting.— A Progressive Branch. The annual meeting took place at the School of Arts on Wednesday afternoon, the President (Mr. Allan McRae) in the chair. The secretary (Mr. H. C. Andrew) read the annual report, as under: — ? I have much pleasure in presenting for your consideration the 5th annual report Ul lilt :iltllllVtl UlrtlIL.ll Ul lllU 1 rtllllClb and Settlers' Association — an institution that is making satisfactory progress in our district ; and, as our treasurer will tell in his report, is in a much better financial position than it was last year. The membership jg f,jmost three times, fts large, which is in itself a healthy sign. You will remember that our last annual meeting was held in July ; there fore, the full year has not elapsed since then ; but to adhere to the rules it was necessary that we should hold our an nual meeting in April in future. Now our Association is geting more united, members appear to more fully recognise the importance of its exis...

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ARMIDALE. Annual Meeting.—Eleotlon of Officers.—Stock Board.—Shires Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

1 ARMIDALE I Annual Meeting.— Eleotion of Offioera.— I stank Board. — Shires Council. I The annual meeting was held on April I 28th, when there was a fair attendance of I members. . I The treasurer submitted his financial I statement, showing a credit balance of. I 7/6. The running of a candidate at the I last Stock Board election caused a big ? « * a ' m 14 e ? J _ T^l* jt nnniial ? -arain on the orancrrs iunus. o.«c o.^^— I report showed that the .Association had I nominated Mr. R. Roberts, and supported ? Messrs. White and Belfield at the Stock ? Board election, and those gentlemen I were returned. 1 A new branch was formed by members 9 of this Association at Yanowyck during ? the year. Mr. George Hargreave was elected president for the ensuing year, and Mr. A. McArthur secretary. Messrs. Bigg, Vyner, Griffiths, Hiscox, Scholes, Jackes, and Roberts were nominated as vice-presidents, and the ballot will fol low in due course. Three members of the Association have been asked to acc...

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BRANCH MEETINGS. THE PRESIDENT STILL MOVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

-—BRANCH MEETINGS. *— - . ? _.._ — -- — ---——?? - - — ^-— -?-»*!---L-~»~'~-r~:'':'i='S''S-j'S-aLj^:-g-— '-£-— — — ^La^LSJ THE PRESIDENT STILL MOVING. The President, Mr. J. Perry, M.L.A., is visiting his constituents in the Liver pool Plains electorate. He purposes at tending' a meeting' at Kelvin to assist in the establishment of a branch there, and also purposes meeting' the Curlewis and Gunnedah branches during' the present week. Liverpool Plains settlers should appreciate the 'indefatigable John' in his untiring' efforts on behalf of settle ment.

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NEW BRANCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

NEW BRANCHES. A new branch of the Association has been established at Nullamanna, near In verell. Mr. R. G. Dundas is secretary, and already has several matters of dis trict importance before the Lands De partment and Works Department Messrs. Hig-g-ins and McRoberts are doing' good work in organising new branches of the Association. The recent visit of the President to In verell has created considerable interest in the work and objects of the Association.

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STONEHENGE. The late Secretary.—Road Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

STONEHENGE. The late Secretary. — Road Work. At the last meeting, on 17th ultimo, Mr. Meurant spoke of the decease of Mr. G. M. Henderson, the former secretary of the Graham's Valley Branch, referring to his good principles and grand work as a member of the F. and S. Association, and it was unanimously resolved that a letter or condolence be sent from this Branch to his widow and family. It was resolved that the secretary write to Municipal Council, requesting 'that a special grant be expended on that portion of the northern road commencing at Wal ker's Cutting, and thence southward to opposite D. M. G. M'Gregor's residence, a piece of road that is in a very bad state of repair. It was suggested that the secretary con vene annual meeting at the earliest con venient date.

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WARREN. Annual Meeting—Election of Officers—Sale of Meeting Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

WARREN. Annual Meeting— Election of Officers Sale of Meeting Rights. ine Annual general meeting was held on 21st April when there was a fair at tendance, Mr G. H. Burcham, President, in the chair. Disappointment was expressed at . the non-presentation of the annual report by i»ii. ixuijiiisuii, octiciary, anu 11 was ar ranged that it should 'be prepared and published in the Warren ' Herald.' It was resolved to forward the affiliation fee of 7/6 to the Secretary of the Western District Council. The election of officers was then pro ceeded with. In vacating the Presidential chair, Mr. Burcham made a few appropriate re marks, thanking the members for the courtesy and consideration shown him during his term of office. He' said he did not intend seeking re-election, and had much pleasure in nominating Mr. C. Noonan, who had rilled the position of Vice-President, as President for the en suing twelve months. The nomination was seconded by Mr. Ney. Mr. Kinnivane, in supporting the nom inati...

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

Aa a general rule opinions But with Wheat Consignments differ. there Is no occasion. So be of one mind and consign dlreot to the BEST. G. WASHINGTON WALKER & CO. Grain Agents and Exporters, MARK LANE (Off Sussex Street), SYDNEY. No Conslgumeiit too big, find t.one too sranll— we handle all carefully. Write for Bags or Inform ation regarding Markets. SEED WHEATS SUPPLIED.— ' Bobs,' ' Manitoba,' 'King's Early,' 'Comeback,' and many others. Bankers— Bank of New South Walet), Sussex Street Branch, 508 'glercttleg' installed within the Commonwealth in eleven years.

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AT FLEMINGTON. SHEEP. THURSDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

AT FLEMINCTON. SHEEP. THURSDAY, MAY 3. There were 17,9:70 sheep, including 3000 lambs, forward, comprising- a large num ber of good-fleeced and prime weight ; the bulk being of good trade quality. Buyers were in full attendance, and values obtained ruled firm at previous week's quotations. Crossbred wethers sold from 15/6 to '22/6; crossbred ewes . from 14/- to 20/3 ; merino wethers sold from 12/- to 22/9; ewes from 9/- to 18/10. Sales as follow : — (Contractions : — w for wethers, e for ewes, xbw for crossbred wethers, xbe for crossbred ewes.) MAIDEN BROTHERS. Northern agents, 274 w 14/3 to 14/n, 424 w 16/6 to 116/7. R. Wetherall, jun., Warialda, 129 w 20/-, 22 w 19/-, S w 21/3, 78 w 22/3 to 22/9, 6 w 24/9. W. Williams, Aberdeen, 90 w 18/7. H. F. Johnson, Breeza, 14 w 17/9, 63 w i5/7- 35 w 16/11, 88 w 17/7 to 17/9. T. Grayson, Narrabri, 7 w 15/5, 19 e 15/6, 34 e 12/-. W. Ward, Mount Victoria, 70 e '12/11, 14 e 9/-, 14 w 19/2, 5 xbw 19/-, 2 xbw 24/-. C. E. Richards, Tarana, 54 w 11/...

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CATTLE. THURSDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

CATTLE. THURSDAY. MAY -i. There were 1096 yarded, the quality being from good to prime, with a few light and inferior. There was a large at tendance of buyers, who competed well, although there was a noticeable decline on previous week's values. Best beef may be quoted at 23/- per 100 lbs., with heavy and inferior cheaper. Quotations as follow : — Best bullocks sold to £13/1/-, good from £7, others cheaper; cows sold from ,£6 to £9/5/- for best. Result sales : — WEAVER & PERRY. Northern agents, 40 bullocks to £8/15/ avg. £7/17/-, 3 cows £5/2/-. C. F. White, Wallangarra, 21 bullocks to .611/10/-, avg. £11/3/3, 9 cows to ^9/5/-, avg. .69/1/-. C. J. Withycombe and Co., Muswell brook, 21 bullocks to £7/7/-, avg. ^7/1/3, 3 cows .65/19/-. P. Ryan, Burren, 8 steers to ,68/2/-, avg. £7^11/6. Northern agents, 10 bullocks to ,68/13/-, ? avg. £7/8/6. */?*/- W. R. Higgins, 38 calves to ,64/10/-, avg. £3/6/3. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON. Southern agents, 11 cows to £4. avg. .£3/9/2. WIL...

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

FARMER'S Famous Footwear. -__ LADIES' DAINTY SHOES. ^^^ ^l'™™™g LADIES' USEFUL SHOES. I' The Famous 'Dorothy ' Glace -? Kid Shoe, Button or Laoe, Welted ^fe^^^ram Sole- Patent Leather Toe Cap, ???HOTI^ ^^?'^ Pointed Toe, Medium Heel, sizes 3 to 6—15/6 per pair. Ladies' Glace Kid Button or Lace Shoe, Pump Sole, Patent Leather Cap, Pointed Toe, High Heels, . sizes 2 to 6— Price, 7/1 1 per pair. Ladies' Glaco Kid Lace or Button Shoe, Welted Sole, Patent Leather Cap, Round Toe, Flat Heels, sizes 3 to 7—9/6 per pair. Send for Illustrated Booklet containing other Styles. FARMER & COMPANY, Limited, SYDNEY. No less than T8 Butter Factories in New South Wales have the 'Jflercules.'

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MOREE. Annual Meeting—the Sheep Feeding Experiments—Immigrants—Election of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

,.' ''[' MOREE. Annual Meeting — the Sheep Feeding Ex periments — immigrants— Election of Officers. At the annual meeting held on April 30 it was resolved to conclude the sheep ex periments at the Bore Farm, which had been very satisfactory during the last three months. A vote of thanks to the settlers who had lent sheep for the ex periment was passed. It was decided to reply to the Bend Wanebone branch that Moree would nearaiy support me resolution appointing an itinery commission consisting of one Government official and two practical men respecting dealing with divers conditions of land settlement in the central division. A reply was ordered to be sent to the Intelligence Department that Moree is not an agricultural district, and there is no demand for agricultural immigrants at present. The election of officers resulted as fol lows : — President, Mr. W. Woods (reelec ted) ; vice-presidents, Mr. J. E. Cory and Mr. D. Cross ; treasurer, Mr. J. T. W. Scott ; secretary, Mr. A. C. Br...

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WHITTON. An Invitation. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

tVHITTON. An Invitation, At the meeting held on 30th April, it was unanimously resolved — 'That the President of the Association^ Mr. J. Perry, M.L.A., and the General Secretary, Mr. T. IK Campbell, be invited to come to Whitton during the visit of the Public Works Committee while taking evidence on the subject of water conservation and irrigation schemes.' .^sk. .^sh. ^^ .^ .^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^

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INVERELL. Separate Sheep District.—Better Train Service.—Experimental Farm.—New Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 9 May 1906

*^mr^m*^mr^mr^Br^m www INVERELL. Separate Sheep District. — Better Train Service.— Experimental Farm. — New Members. ? At a meeting on 3rd instant, resolutions I were carried asking for co-operation in the '?] movement to have Inverell made into a separate sheep district. It was also resolved ;that all branches ' affected be communicated with, and asked I to co-operate in securing an accelerated train service. Other resolutions were that in the opin ion of the meeting an experimental farm . I should be formed in the Inverell district, I and that the State should be divided into councils for the purpose of electing each its own executive councillors. Twelve new members were admitted. 1

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