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

E. ALLAN'S Invaluable Horse Medicines Allan's Splint Cure, a ceitain remedy for Splints and Ringbone, 3/6 per bottle j Gripe Drench, 4/. per bottle i Worm Powdeis, 4/. per dozen; Wound Lotion, 4/0 per bottle j Cattle Dieuoh, 41- per tin. Horse Boots of all descriptions innde to order. Write for Catalogue and Testimonials. Sole Address: E, ALLAN. 62 Story Street, Parkvillo, Victoria NI6N CLASS TEAS Our Special 101b. Tins Bent carriage fres to any Township or Railway Station for 15/-. Tiarger quantities at reduced rates. FINEST QUALITY GUARANTEED. CENTRAL TEA CO., 52 ^VdneV.8' f/%A RELIABLE ^flMUSTHAVEl SULKY -) BRUSH'S UARHPCC /I HARNESS) 'Anntoo 'All right, I am Just ordering It.' NO. 7 RELIABLE SULKY HARNESS. Selected Leather, Hand- tfJC u'i fl ,fl Sewn, Solid Nlckol Buckles dQU ? I U aU Cash with Order. W£ PAY CARRIAGE to any Railway Station or Port in N.S.W. (ffiffj 371 George St., Sydney. 'The Little Wondep' COOPER a|m8a^^i|MMiiij|uian | ffffepfr |1-P^ SHEARING! PRICE, J235 COMP...

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

~^ THE HORSEMAN. — -* By 'Childe Harold.' It is almost an impossibility for judges at Shows to please everybody, but there was more than the usual growling at the judging of the horse sections at the recent Sydney Show. In the trotting class the judge did not choose the style i of horse likely to make the breed of utility as well as sport. The first prize stallion, Emulator, comes from Victoria, and is a fine horse, but he does not, in ?tliie writovlc nnlninn cl^nw PTinnrrVl ITlfii viduality, having the head and- rieck of a mare. The second prize-taker, Lord Jersey, is a horse without pace or sub stance. Two exhibits which did not take a prize were Cashier and Almont Pilot, horses of great bone, carriage, and sub stance. If horses such as these were fostered, there would be a great future before the trotting horse, not alone as a Tacehorse, but on the farm. Horses such as Cashier and Almont Pilot crossed with the clean-legged farm mare should get animals to make the settler rejoice....

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES ON TOPICAL SUBJECTS. IRRIGATION.—VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

h- CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES ^g^S^^^ ON TOPICAL SUBJECTS. IRRIGATION.— VI. By Robert Gibson, Hay. The necessity of undertaking large ir rigation schemes in New South Wales no doubt can be looked at from different points of view. Some contend that until districts that are naturally favoured both with soil and climate3 are fully developed, and until also we have several millions of people more in Australia than at pre sent, it is unwise to enter upon any large expenditure in that direction. The North up, is said to be capable of supporting several millions of people alone. And no one can be blind to the fact that the pub lic are becoming alive to the necessity of large estates in the good settled districts being made to carry people as well as stock ; and that there is a greater dis position on the part of owners of' many of these properties to meet the 'de mand for farms by subdividing the same, and offering to the public on favourable, terms. While not wish ing to detract in any way from...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREEHOLD TENURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

FREEHOLD TENURE. By John Flanagan, Gunbar. I think with Mr. Pinkstone that it is of first importance for. farmers to always vote for the freehold -tenure of land up i to a living area. . ' ' Labour Having declared for a leasehold tenure it is not right to hold membership in both the Farmers' and the Labour Unions. The Labour Partv and the free traders both being fiscal ? sinkers, it I 'would be moonshine madness for any I nrnfA^fi .Mini *vkntM Uor-p s\$ +\\ Ck \iC\vnr\ ovc' Union to declare publicly that they were against labour, and as a consequence ?George Reid, or vice versa. The triangular party ,does exist, and ?will continue to exist. The leaders of each are watching which side the cat jumps; and who knows but that Reid would again consent to an alliance -with Deakin on the terms of stiff protection, L and thereby take the wind out of the sails of the Labour Party — which they richly . deserve for sinking the fiscal issue. If protectionists just now declared against labour, as...

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Purses, at Messrs. Angus and Coote, George Street. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

Purses, at Messrs. Angus and Coote, George Street. In these days of 'no pockets,' every woman likes a nice purse, and these two illustrated, at 10/6 each, seem very de sirable. One is of real Morocco, and the other of crocodile skin, each 10/6. They are beautifully finished and fitted, and. have sterling silver corner clips. Many now prefer a chain handle, and if that is so, I can send you the crocodile skin purse with chain handle for 12/6, | and the Morocco purse with chain for 13/6. Angus and Coote's goods are post free. Their assortment of silverware and jewellery is varied and beautiful ; all re quirements and pockets are studied. I shall be pleased to send out their illus- ? trated catalogue to any enquirer. It is a most useful book to have by one, for by I its aid all classes of wedding and other G presents may be selected as easily and 1 cheaply as though personally inspected. 1 Messrs. Eugene Viau and Co., Dyers f: and Cleaners, first floor, The Strand, are 'j the leading f...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A HANDY TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

A HANDY TABLE. 1 An exceedingly handy and useful table, 24 x 24 inches and 26 inches high, is be ing advertised by Farmer and Company, Limited. The name Adapt-Table happily describes the article, which is collapsible, and folds up into small space. The top is of kauri and the frame of Tasmanian walnut, making an exceedingly strong piece of furniture, and the price is 10/6 only. For the lawn, verandah, cards, drawing and dining- rooms, the camp, the bedside or the hospital, it is an ideal table. ' .-- , . ;\v

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COUNTRY WHEAT LOADINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

COUNTRY WHEAT LOADINGS. I' or the week ended Saturday, last 26,966 bags wheat were loaded at country railway stations, against 27,330 bags dur ing the preceding week. On the South ern line the wheat trucked totalled 18,684 bags (Brocklesby 446S, Burrumbuttock 2849, Temora 2SS4, and Coolamon 2 121); on the Western 5566 bags, and on the Northern 2716 bags. The total quantity loaded for the 22 weeks of the season ag gregates 2,336,305 bags.

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EUROPEAN CROP PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

Wk ? : ? II EUROPEAN CROP PROSPECTS. 'Bccrbohm's'- of April 6 reports on the growing crops as follows: — 'The aut umn sown wheats in England are by no means forward generally, but there are not many complaints. In France, farm ers are enjoying much more favorable weather for spring sowing operations; re garding the autumn-sown wheat there are some complaints of a loss of color, but the condition is normally favorable. A large redduction in the beet area is expected in the North of France, which may lead to increased sowing of- spring corn. In favorable for the crops. In Italy, the crop reports were much less favorable, a fact which had helped to create increased firmness ih prices. From Roumania came reports of severe weather, with heavy snowfalls this week. In the South of Russia very favorable weather conditions for the crops continue to' prevail. In America the promise of the winter wheat crop remains good according to the 'Cin- cinnati' Price Current,' whilst our own cables stat...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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WHEAT AND FLOUR BY RAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

I WHEAT AND FLOUR BY RAIL. I The receipts of wheat and flour by rail I at Darling- Harbor, Clyde, Newtown, and I other metropolitan stations for the week 1 ended May 8 compare with those of. the ju previous week and the corresponding !8 week of last year as follows : — ? Wheat. Flour. fl Tons. ' Tons. H Week ended May S ... 340S ... 881 H A week ago ? 2392 ... 659 8 A year ago ? 2639 ... 997 n| Receipts of wheat and Hour in the first H 19 statistical weeks of this and previous Ifl years were : — jj ? Wheat. Flour. If . Tons. Tons. || 1006 .; ? 1 79*493 ?? i5-277 II 1905 ? 146,085 .. .13,214 Wk 1904 ? 207,090 .. 12,264 1| 1903 (drought year) 13,843 .. 1,525 II The prices ruling on Saturday for wheat 11 and its products and those obtaining 12 HI months ago were : — ? M Last Year. Saturday. M £ s. d. £ s. d. H Wheat, per bshl. o 3 3 . . 0 3 6 |9 Flour, per ton .'. - 15 o .. 7 15 o jn Bran, per bshl. . o o q£.. o on (H Pollard, per bshl. 0 1 2 .. o 0 n il A year earlier prices were : — ...

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General Review of the Markets. Monday, 14th May, 9 p.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

I—. General Review of the Markets. ? 'Farmer- and Settler'1 Office, Monday, 14th May, 9 p.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. WHEAT. Since our last report, complaints are in creasing' regarding- weather conditions, and many have been compelled to cease ploughing- for want of rain. The recent westerly winds did much 'to sap the mois ture from the soil, and the absence of in tervening showers is now being severely felt in many districts. Showers, how ever, are promised, and we trust ere our next issue goes to print to report their arrival in all needy localities. The undercurrent of confidence in u-lipnt- values is increasine*. and. as ore dieted last week, prices have again ad vanced. Speculative activity has mani fested itself in addition to actual needs of millers, and although the reported quiet ness at Mark Lane may steady operations temporarily, it will be gratifying to grow ers to know that after ploughing there should be no difficulty in finding buyers at better rates than have prevai...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITEMS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

ITEMS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. The country abdut TallewAng was a few months ago overrun with rabbits. 1 hey are now very scarce, as the result of destruction by shooters, who have been making good wages. The output of rabbits at Bungendore is still increasing. Nearly 13 tons were despatched to Sydney one night Ian week. At a meeting of directors of the Mud gee Pastures Protection Board, it was resolved to purchase three poison carts for. the purpose of renting ihein to tax payers on small holdings; also it was 'sicc« iu .summon me trustees or the lo- I cal commons before the board to ex- I plain why they have neglected the ex- ? termination of the rabbits. . » Experienced landowners in Peak Hill 1 district declare that strychnine and jam 9 is the cheapest and most effective method I of destroying rabbits. They consider 1 that it should be made the legal, means 1 of rabbit destruction by the . Pastures | Protection Boards, particularly in hilly 1 and rock country. I The Western Land Boa...

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COOPER SHEARING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

COOPER SHEARING MACHINES. The Cooper sheep shearing machines received not a little attention from pas toralists and farmers who visited the Royal Agricultural Society's Show. Mr. T. W. Sands, the managing director of the Cooper Sheep Shearing Machine Pro prietary, had made arrangements for showing the Company's shed shearer with its improved friction gear to the utmost advantage, as well as the 'Little Wonder' and the hand machine for crutching and wigging. Farmers were specially pleased with the 'Little Wonder,' for it is a cheap movable oil machine which is sinnnlv in. valuable for a man with a small flock. Mr. Sands informed our representative that there -is'such a demand for this handy little shearer that he will be only able to supply 80 or 90 of the machines this season, and the majority of these have been already booked. The 'Little Wonder' is driven by an oil engine, and has already been described in these col umns. In regard to the regular shed ma chine, satisfactory accoun...

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MOVEMENTS OF P.P. BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

MOVEMENTS OF P.P. BOARDS. At the last meeting of the Warialda Pastures Protection Board, applications for 20 miles of rabbit netting were held j over pending Government supply. The I board concurred with the Corowa board I that the Government should pay the cost I of netting the boundaries of reserves not I under lease, but opposed the Cannonbar I proposal that rabbit skins should be car- I ned free on the railways. In reply to I the Lands Department it was decided to | say that there were no unnecessary re- [ serves in this district; also that to pro perly protect landholders from inroads of rabbits all unoccupied Crown lands should be fenced off with rabbit netting. It was recommended that waste Crown lands be leased for 40 years at pepper corn rentals, applicants to have any area they choose, providing noxious weeds and vermin were rlnstrnvpri p^rh --nni;_ cant to enter into a bond of not less than Cd per acre to comply with the conditions attached to the lease, such conditions t...

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LONDON WOOL MARKET. LONDON, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

LONDON WOOL MARKET. LONDON, March 30. 1'he second series of colonial wool auc tions, which opened on the 13th inst., ter minated on the 24th. The available total was 130,700 bales, of which 123. 7uu bales have been sold. The home section took 67,700 bales, the Con tinent 45, OiiO bales, and America 11,000 bales, leaving 7000 bales to be carried over to next series, which begins May 8, with a limited total of new arrivals of 150,000 bales. Commencing with a very large attend ance of home and foreign buyers, the re sult of the first sitting was a strong de mand from all sections, for both fine and coarse wools. Merinos opened with an improvement, as compared with previous progressed, with growing animation the advance soon reached 10 per cent. Fine crossbreds appreciated to the same extent, whilst medium and coarse sorts were 7-j to 10 per cent, higher, and as the sales proceeded, in sympathy with other grades, the advance was fully 12£ per cent, at the close. The market closes for al...

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A VICTORIAN PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

A VICTORIAN PROTEST. A deputation representing the rabbit exporters, trap manufacturers, and per sons engaged in the tinning industry, accompanied by Senator Styles, Dr. Ma loney, Mr. Hume Cook, and Dr. Brown, Bacteriologist of the State Department for Agriculture, waited on the Prime Minister in Melbourne on 7th instant, in the absence of the Minister for Cus toms, to lodge a protest against the de cision of the Carruthers' Government to engage Dr. Danysz to conduct experi ments in New South Wales with an al leged rabbit-destroying disease. Dr. Maloney, in introducing the de putation, said the rabbit was a good food, a cheap food, and a healthy rood. The mere fact that one experiment was being made in New South Wales would mean the introduction of a new germ, which might imperil, if not ruin, the whole rabbit export trade. Mr. A. T. Starr said that in Victoria alone the rabbit trade employed directly 4.000 or 5000 men, and it was worth in cash to the Commonwealth at least ,£1,000,0...

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ALLEGED SHEEP-STEALING. SETTLEMENT LESSEE AND HIS THREE SONS COMMITTED. WALCHA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

ALLEGED SHEEP-STEALING. A SETTLEMENT LESSEE AND HIS THREE SONS COMMITTED. WALCHA, Tuesday. A case of more than usual interest was heard at the local police court to-day, when Joseph Smith and his three sons were charged with shooting sheep with the intention of stealing the carcases. From the evidence it appears that Jos eph Frederick Smith has a settlement ,ease on Emu Creek, and had no sheep of his own there. The chief witness for the prosecution was Thomas Cowal, who had been working for the accused. He stated that about the middle of February ac cused one evening took a rifle and said, ' We will go along the line of fence. We might see a kangaroo on the road home.' He said, ' 1 will get a sheep.' He fired at a sheep, and one fell. It then got up and ran away to the scrub. Accused said to witness, 'You take the rifle and go home to the camp. I will get the sheep.' Accused afterwards Drougnt tne sneep, and placed it down outside. Witness was instructed to dress it. He ? afterwards...

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THE DANYSZ EXPERIMENT. A LABOR PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

THE DANYSZ EXPERIMENT. A LABOR PROTEST. At a meeting of the Rozelle P. L. League on Saturday night one of the speakers drew the attention of the audi ence to the remarks of Professor Ander son Stuart, who advised Australia to have nothing to do with Dr. Danysz. There was a move in Victoria to forbid his landing, and he (the speaker) in tended to move a resolution which, if carried, might have great weight in pub lic meetings being organised for the sake of a general protest. Moreover, if tens of thousands rolled up to forbid his landing the news would be flashed across the world, and the industry would re ceive a most astounding advertisement. The Premier had talked about his mil lion pounds surplus, but the Trades and Labour Council considered that no less than 10,000 people in and around the metropolis were out of work. These men should receive encouragement to go to the country, where they could make excellent wages rabbiting. The follow ing resolution was put to the meeting and ...

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MASON'S FAMOUS "CHAMPION" WOOL PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

MASON'S FAMOUS ' CHAMPION ' WOOL PRESS. A printer's error crept into Mr. Fred erick Mason's advertisement when under process of alteration for last issue of the ' Farmer and Settler,' the type-setter ? having reduced the price of the famous 'Champion' wool press - without the sanction of the manufacturer. He did not do it intentionally, of course, having mistaken the figures .£17 in the manu script for £11.. Those of our readers who are interested in wool presses will, therefore, now understand that the price of the 'Champion ' wool press is .£17, and the general verdict of all users is that it is a remarkably cheap press at the price. Mr. Mason's advertisement in another column gives the prices of the different presses turned out at his manu factory, together with illustrations show ing form and method of working.

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INTERESTING TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

INTERESTING TESTS. The Urana correspondent of the Corowa ' Free Press,' reports that at the last meeting- of the Pastures Protec tion Board, among-st those present was Mr. Murrell, representing- Messrs. Cum ing-, Smith and Co., of Melbourne, sole manufacturers of carbon bi-sulphide. That gentleman was asked to g-ive a practical demonstration in the Urana dis trict, which is very badly infested with rabbits. * As soon as the business of the board was concluded, the members proceeded to inspect the cemetery where Mr. Mur rr»ll Vmrl trf*atf-r\ cp»xrpral rnl-tKif Vmit rn\tte and was having them dug out to show results. But the warrens were found to g-o to such a depth that digging out operations had to be stopped, although several dead rabbits were found, and no live ones. Mr. Jackson then suggested that it would be a better test for the board to procure carbon and a fuimigator and ex periment themselves in destroying the rabbits in the cemetery, which is badly infested, and # as other ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

For Over 50 Years Now have We been Selling the FAT STOCK, WOOL, HIDES, BARK AND ? — GENERAL PRODUCE ? of the Man on the Land. All that we have learned is at your service. We get you top prices. Send as a Consignment. Put us on your list to call or write. PITT, SON & BADGERY,1^ The Leading Salesmen, Sydney. i— i— n— — TiTinrTrT''-Tn'rrTf'i'' ? -~- — — — *— — — — — -r—— i i n mumimiiiHiinu—t— hhihhiiimiijiimiih THE BEST DISG PLOUGHS IN THE WORLD ?V ARE MADE AT OUR WORKS, ~9@ ^^?*j- Wo only ask a ch&nce to proTO it I ^?sif^Jv More work witb loss labour is our niottot PRINCIPLE RIGHT. CONSTRUCTION RIGHT. RESULTS RIGHT. 'VUHa' 1 [3 (II! I fifl E^l 2 to 6 FURROW DISC PLOUGHS ? Ba C vLy Wm i vUP N Either Stump Jump or Set. Work in every kind of Ground. HARVESTERS) Both Pull and Push, do the work at I/- per aore. If you're thinking of Tarm Machinery, write now for our Illustrated Catalogue. It tells. RigMiiiAi aaii a HAnnAiiai 255a SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. NIOHOLSON & ...

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