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PERA BORE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

PER A BORE ORCHARD. Pui'ii, Porn, fortuiiiitoly, is in a (llslriot wlioi'o tlto fusing is not; sori ously tvll'outi'il |iy corrosion, II, \VUK pulldown iv)»o»»C 17 yo»r« ngo, uiul tlio wising in still good, but dm How of »'(»t«r is not Hourly »<> gmit u« WllBII t||U Supply Willi tll|»|»i)i|. Originally itbont <1/50,000 giillojiH poiii'' ml iluiJy from Porn P»i'°> .>»' llvo yours itgo, lliin liml tfawmiwil i» |/jO,OUO ynlloiiH, iiihI witH now iiboiil J 1)0,0110 gallon# poc ijny, Wliollmr tlm roiliHIon im# bj/on oitn#oi| by llio nnniliMr lit' boron hIIII'O nut ijowiii or wlinihor i! Jimy ho nllribuM lo Hi" purlin) I'lioklny »i (Jm buro In mi opi-n i|iin»liuii, Homo your# ngo, it it nllorl wim IIIIMIO lo liii'i'imaii liin How, uiul il piihoiblo ivt,ln)V ll I it iU Ml'iftiliii I ropi nun proportion** Iiy eionriiiM Hut pijm, bid ll pimoij i)j)»i)0J'04»j'i)), Tlii'in ii in Iron* in llin Pern Horn oii'Iiim'iI wiiinjj wni'D uluiihiil iibool ilio ,vi ur list)fi...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

General News. Werris Creek, the big railway jiuto tion for the Noj'UI and North-west Ihiil way, where I,lie railway yards oc cupy Home .10 acres, is growing into a big farming and dairying district, Thli'ty-11ve years ago Messrs, Dull, Allen, and Kyan Bros, anil McMamiH settled in the locality, anil after tliom came Messrs. K. Pnreoll (now de ceased), It. I'hillpott, ,1, Campbell, and lioli Mcliiiire (who must lie now about 00 years of n.^jo) . They trekked northward from Miller's Forest, near Maitland. The town then was the camping ground for scores of team sters nightly, the railway having only got as far as luurrurundi. Other early settlers in the district wore Messrs. YV. Taylor, " Dick" Taylor, W. Burgess, J. Scott. J. Nation, J. Vaughan, JJ. bowcock, VV. Maunders, R. McFadden. At Quipolly is John JJoola.il, a very old identity, and at Ciirralmbula Messrs. Only Bros, and " Mick" Duly have been nearly half a century in the district. An ominous movement has been in augurated in ,...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Orchard Notes. Decreased Fruit Area. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Orchard Notes. DccroaHod Fruit Area. At Clio rcc.ent opening of the (ios ford Shop Mm jVliiiiHl,(!r of yigricul Cure (Mr, Tr<;ll<!) quoted some statis tics to show wlm,t the areas devoted to fruit growing in New (South Wales iiau decreased during tlie past decade, vVliiJnL there has been an increase in citrus fruit, there in now 17 per mmt. less land under summer fruitH tnii.il there! was fen years ago, and thin in spite of the thoiisanus of young trees sent out hy nursery men «v«ry year, Presuming that Uie j)huiti)ig of orchards iH regulated hy the iih1111,1 law of supply and demand, it might he considered fliat the in dustry IH not sufficiently profitable to encourage intension. Ah a matter of faci, the prospects of tlie fruit grower were never so promising as at tlie present tiine. Some Reasons for Decrease. I.'rohahly one of the main factor# preventing people embarking in l'ruiu growing IH the nuinher of yearn of working and waiting for return ho i'oro the ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME OBJECTIONS TO OFFICIAL RULINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

SOME OBJECTIONS TO OFFICIAL RULINGS. "Country Valuator" writes: The Federal Commissioner of Land Tax (Mr. McKay) has given a number ot rulings in connection with tlu: ascer taining of the unimprovetl value ot country UukIh. These are given to net an"a guide to those unable to ar rive at a correct value ot their hold ing in the unimproved state. V\ ne ther Mr. McKay's decision* will accepted in every instance renin ins to be proved. Then; are a number of valuators--speaking for South Wales onlj-who have; as good if not a better, idea of unimproved values as the Commissioner, their knowledge derived from years of oc cupation on the land, and its value based on its possible return. As in terested in land in various parts ot this State for close on 40 years, the greater part of it in grazing and cultivation, 1 would like to travel so some of the Commissioners deci sions.- . , . , Ruling 1.-"A is owner of land from which timber has been re moved. The selling value of the land has thereby...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Approved Wheats for N.S.W. WHAT THE OFFICIALS I<KCOMMKND TO FAHMEIiS, Tins |)hI di' vurit'lif« hi' win-in rt-iiiiiiiii>-1?.!.-<I l>y tin' I>».)mrt IllHlli of Ayrii'iillurn lur i-uliiviiiinu ill various I'lli'i^ <il' ilm hMllil> \V|i>* ft»Virtini lliin uioiitli liv n roiii'i-ri-iK-r nl (|i-|mruiii'iiliil Tliw I't'HiiI 1.» uiiil i->i|ii-ri'i ii''i- (fitiin-il mi tin- i-\|M-riiin-iil I'lU'lIN innl l'»rirKM'fs' |ilolb I*nnlilfil .Minn- s'iicii-l ii-h in lm <lin l'lH'll»'l| H*> IIIIWIU'I liy III' IHI'llli'l' ril|lt>il|riallnll, jl|l<| ullli'l'n l<) l»l llflllllhl'ly llllll IIMI hnl liti U ln-ill.i llllll iii II III' |H'i)lil llllly II M'll ri I'l-Mihril lliiil l)n- wlli-iil ilinl rirl n nl I lli1 Slillu 1)1) gj'ljljjll'ij lnjii'l lii'i Hi din lnll'.iw iii|i ilivihjniin : J, Very ih v innl liui mi ^liii'li iIm1 N,v 11(i1111 mini in lyjiiriil), J)r,v iiii'l lm! '"I wIiifii ilit* WHUIHI I'IHIII iu l)'j...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

L'UM.\|U::\\ J'AI.I || 1)1' A i ; I H A | | A WWMaj. it# wrriw vi mm warn' jb'hUhif (HH/1 !i' lii.i'lr hit IIH)UM0 Iff flit' jVulcivl j iMhl 1(1^. MliM liwi'll HO' Mil III mJiiti M«y hi %»'kmi All m*m ifHiiififiJmlJk' mIm* mom i)i pwu h Tim1 fkiw miM mum, mltm mh, mm I up mil mmc- jiii'J'm ii1 m jim* My w I# 'V'1 rlmiM , hHMi wl l» illfMlm'w ihIIhh in MMi HM}' id' Ml llii' lijlji mm wvohy tubl iif !ln> i)lm> trf Hit' JiMinti y i "uiiiHii.fitiHiHii', r a. p. 'i wim\ at IhUmI 'J'i)a, Mptliuy, Jmwry II, lull. IMJMWMT MOOH t<HOWU ro AfjUn, t 'I i )»,> i<>'iM tl Ml |(. »K|| fit) M-M h tti MMMiiji iVi' h»U HiJiliij;, ' . Hill' )|l|l \,inl W* H»' /M| /III! |I.M i: - I' tlt Jilt (I Im . iJ ' IUIII' Mini I, h >nhii, m; I , III I| I i 11 |!i ,i. | 'JVMi/jiuiiliil mint & imun. 'Imhrtnlii, H.»>w> The I mum' Vi'leriwiry ImiUaiit Hi i<i y, . i)i nf sy a1111 )/l I I i-S »l -1,11 Ufi ,\'li I \ I1 I ?> I If J'l 'I, | M U f j M) i .11 I...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CODLIN MOTH IN CHECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

CODLIN MOTH IN CHECK. It is gratifying to hear that re ports received by the Department of Agriculture from inspectors of fruit districts are that the cod!in moth is not showing so badly as in previous seasons,, and that those orchardists using arsenate of lead of approved brands a,re doing very well. Those who have .sprayed are saving up to i)5 per cent, of their apples, and they find very few grubs in the bandages. If everyone would spray it would not be necessary to have compulsory ban daging.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL LAND TAX. THE TAX SCHEDULE AND FORMULA. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

FEDERAL LAND TAX. THE TAX SCHEDULE AND FORMULA. (To the Editor.) As many persons, among wlioni may bo numbered professional men, have boon puzzled over the method of cal cording to tins schedule and formula given in tin; Act, I purpose giving hereunder Home explanations and ex amples by way of elucidating a problem that must have made many a man on the land wrinkle liis fore head and scratch his .scalp. ^ shall only ileal with the case as .it affects resident land-holders, not absentees. The schedule is as fol lows : - Rate of Tax when Owner is not an Absentee. For HO much of the taxable as does For so much of the ta xable value as per pound sterling shall be One penny where the taxable value is One pound sterling, and shall increase uniformly with each increase of One pound ster ling in the taxable value, in such manner that the increment of tux betwen a tax able value of £15,000 and a tax able value of .£15.001 shall bo Twopence; the increment of tax betwen a tax able value of £30...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCIENCE OF GRAFTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

SCIENCE OF GRAFTING. There is a lot about grafting that our fruit-growers know all about; but a lot that they don't. And it is a most important plia.se in their in dustry. It means that they can thus climb over many difficulties-send to the right-about many obstacles. Grafting different kinds 011 one tree reveals, for one thing, which does the best. "L saw," said an enthusiast the other day. "at one orchard lately, a wild cherry grafted on to another cherry which used to be loaded with blossoms, but would bear no fruit. I lie result of the graft was that the wild cherry fertilised the other, and a good crop resulted. I have grafted other kinds of pears on to the Win ter Nelis variety, as a test, and have grafted many other kinds on to some old Windsor pear trees, and the change caused a decided improvement in the fruit." These ".re statements that must cause thought. He must be sleepless in that respect. The field for research is wide and inexhaustible. Mr. J. L. Smith, fruit inspec...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
II. THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

II. THE RAILWAYS. What applies to the people of New South Wales applies equally to the people of other States. The taxpay ers of each State are responsible as such for the profitableness or other wise of their own railway system. But, without an atom of financial responsibility the people of Tas mania will take a liaml in the man agement of the .New South Wales railways, whilst the people of New South Wales, utterly unconcerned whether the railways of Tasmania pay or not, will take a hand in the management of them. In short, each State will possess the same measure of control over the railways in respect of which it has 210 respon sibility, as it has over those which it has built and paid for. No more, no less. Instead of responsibility and power of control going liand in hand, as is indispensable to efficient working, each State will retain en tire responsibility for its railway systems, but will share the power of control with five other States, who have no financial responsibilit...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cultivation "Go on the Land" Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Q* "Go on the Land Fever. ? ".Lot \\8 return to the tiehh ! Thte is* tlio invitation which from all Hum men of Huperior understanding anil of generous hearts liavo repeated. lie it granted In u,s to join I,hem ; lot ub enamour the rising generation .with tlio In,ml ! .I'Yoiii Urn /ittin gar den, where tlio country teacher shall practically tench the rudiments of agriculture, upwards through tins technical schools and the profes sional institutes, may the knowledge of agriculture continually bo rein forced and c/eva ted ; everywhere may there re-awaken the Virgilian affec tion for rustic laboui*." ? The h.^OVO i.s an appeal to his people by the Italian Director-G'cneral of Primary and Normal Instruction. It is somewhat rather high-strained pic turesque talk from our more prosaic standpoint. All the same it in all right. It means about the name an many of our public men, and public ' men in moat countries, are telling ? their folks. There is now a bigger realisation of the importance ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

FIRE-ACCIDENT-MARINE--LIVE STOCK. HEAD OFFICE: 263 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. AGENTS WANTED. Business in on.Hily secured for "THE I.O.A." Men willing to co-operate with the Company, will be given every as HiHtance. Liberal commissions allowed. Apply promptly by letter. ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL ACCIDENT. SICKNESS. WORKERS' COMPENSATION, &c. FIRE. Policies issued at lowest rates. Bush Fire.8 and Loss by Lightning covered without extra chargo. THE COMPANY INSURES ('SHOWING CHOPS. :i I AY STACKS. LIVE STOCK. The Best Company for th© i¥ian on the Land. il TO THE T 'ii' i-i i Weare BORN TO1 OFFER BENEFITS jj The British Immigration League is receiving regularly, small parties of COUNTRY WORKERS, Included in each party are ex-soldiers, sailors, and reservists. FARMERS AND COUNTRY EMPLOYERSare requested to write for particulars to The British Immigration League 14 Castlei'encih Street. SYDNEY SPLENDID DAIRYING, AGRICULTURAL and SUGAR LAND C00B00MAN ESTATE situated only 20 miles from R...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Corrosion by Artesian Water. STATEMENT BY THE CHIEF ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Corrosion by Artes ian Water. STATEMENT BY THE ENGINEER. MiuIV |KM>i»]ct, having heard that ar tesian ' wnlcr is destroying the mm cRHiu^H through Avhwh it in brougln to t,lu! surface, have jumped to tins 7011 clusioti Mint all fclu* bores are nim lurly alVcefed. Hut thin is not by any' means tin? cnsc. In tin; course ot an' ollieial statement nuuh! to » rcHiMitutiV(i ol' 44Tho liivnil, by Mi* L. A. n. Wade, ('Irtiil' Engineer ior Irrigation and Drainage, said: 'Sonic o!' tlio cawings of artesian boron have boon all'ected by the water, but only 10 or 12, out of about MO 111 the State. The bad '/.one, in confined to an area in tbe vicinity of Coonamblc. In tbe pant mild steel casing has been used entirely by tbe Mew South Wales (lovernnicnt, wrought iron caning aljno.st entirely )>y tbe ol.lit'r Australian tlovermnents, and both wroiK'lit iron and mild steel casings have been used by the Queensland (iovcrumeut for the lining ot artesian bores, There is a great dillcrence ot opi...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

I Hi' jll'l A V Uj1' *A |MVi i< i (| 11 . 1111 j l (f lIliH IimuM I" "l"!H i. liHl ilnlii' llliiy Hit ii|| lln Inp, Ill HIM.. SI (|ihm| Ml' Ml' ., -id.) III lilillil || JI'H inn! Ill i (III 11 i i s.jtli Mutvhtwh <h M W)<> t))1)'1 >r I liij' Hi An 11 ? !iiiii. hi<)M WIimIihIII, Miii'lt l|(ji I??} h /h>'j n h'i ii it'1(1, (ijll t'i lililltU, I HI. I' i' I i ? l'. I . , I III* ji I ) 'ii iiiiilfili Til'.. ji'Hii. V,' 11 , j 'IihmIim '! iM'i'lli ?' nl>» |MI<! j J »'))?', i |l|l|,i l!..| I'lllli, i" lljiilll I I fjllllllj,, |UwhI|>I|'.'V I t'< '*).'! Ill I I It '! ('?> liy Vt'jlM f J'mi, iV Mn um itj't uvmivy SOUTH COAST! SOUTH COAST I SAI.h or jmwtjon.s .),!'' 'Jill', i-'A)>' ]. ar.ij*:i> AT III!' .SAI.I'. I/OUMM, HI"iA, On Suliinl/iy, 'Mil Al/uvli, I'M J ,ii ? i'i 11 in. W .I I; i ' « ' . I ' iw 'I III f I in I I. Ill I I I.Ill I III Mil I I.I JM i n| I In I ,i nil i ul .1 I I ii 11 , 111 ill) Im...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

<mum»UI«HII mill im .^.a^^v^ijsCTCTmssamga^wuMBn " tv 'j; A -if ^fcrfe^iit'iiuXV6Art'<^liiiWj«jtfu<ii<»li» ?""-V. , -', % The Great Fertile Northern State »*A' .---»» Unrivalled iiv Resources. Liberal Land Laws. Conditions tinder which Crown Land may be acquired. * i ,rv^Hlfa ^ i it 1 P !fw » *\ Ti { 1 "a "f' ' ,< t ^'r j" c < ,' rLl'a^ ^ Tr 'va Government Land may be acquired under various modes and on easy terms, full particulars of which will be supplied free on written or personal application tO'-The Land Settlement Inquiry Office, George Street, Brisbane, or to any District Land Office in Queensland. The most popular modes are Agricultural Farms Land suitable for Dairying and General Farming in areas up to 2,560 acres, at from 10s. per acre upwards on 20 years' terms, without Interest. Dairying Scenc, West Moreton District, South Queensland O _ <3 J © Areas up to 60,000 acres, suitable for sheep and ca...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHALL WE ALTER THE CONSTITUTION? What the Referenda Proposals Mean. POSITION OF THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

SHALL WE ALTER THE CONSTITUTION? What the Referenda Proposals Mean. POSITION OF THE RAILWAYS. In our last issue we endeavoured to impress upon electors the serious ness of the issues involved in the proposed alterations to the Consti tution, which will have to be determined by the vote in April next. Pro ceeding to explain the nature and scope of the changes aimed at, we were considering the position of the railways, pointing out that if the amendment relating to "trade and commerce" be made, the supreme power to regulate the fares and rates of freight upon the railways, belong no longer to the people of New South Wales alone, but to the Commonwealth Parliament, consisting chiefly of representatives of States which are not concerned, financially speaking, one jot or tittle whether these railways are profitably worked or not.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STAMP DUTY ON SHIRE CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

STAMP DUTY ON SHIRE CONTRACTS. The following decision has been is sued from The Treasury, and for warded by the Works Department, to the Shires Association: - "With reference to your letter of 18th November, E.W. 10/i:35/ir>(5iM22, L.G., covering an extract from the notes of a deputation from the exe cutive of the Shires Association Con ference, 11)10, which wailed oil the Secretary for Public Works, on the .'ird idem, in regard to the stump duty payable on shire contracts, J am di rected to inform you that, a report has been obtained from the Commis sioner of Stamp liuties, from which it would Hceui that, there is no need to amend (he Stamp lJulies Act. to I,Mailt, relief to Shire Councils, inas much as all contracts and agreements entered into with shirts councils, if executed under hand, are only sub ject. to Is nhiiiip duty, The stamp duty of 1 incut ioiii il a I I he depu lulioii is only chargeable, where bonds and oilier in.-.! rumcnis are exe nil I'd under seal, ( Sij.'lie...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Come Together! [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Come Together! Come together and stick together ! That is your motto. In the past the farmers of this State have lacked cohesion. The men of the Tablelands and the West have been apart from men 011 the coast. Differences in the conditions of settlement and in lines of work have accounted for this. But if you are going to have the say in things in the future which you wish to have, and which you ought to have, and which you must have if you are to hold up your end of the log, clasp hands across the range. Come together. Your interests at bottom are common. You both have the same slake in sound land tenures, in adequate transport facilities, in fair conditions of settlement, in reasonable industrial laws, in moderate taxation, and in effective govern ment generally. You have the same interest in seeing the country districts developed, of seeing more industries carried on in the country towns, and of correcting the unhealthy pull of an overgrown metropolis. You want men to represent yo...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LAND. "Nations may battle and the world rock with revolution but the land will care for him who cares for it." Telephone 2843 City. Telegrams, "The Land," Sydney Offices 3 Spring Street, Sydney. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. A Personal Word to the Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

4t Nations may battle and the world rock with revolution but the land will care for him^who cares for it." Telephone 2843 City. Telegrams, "The Land," Sydney Offices 3 Spring Street, Sydney. FIJJDA V, KKjmUAUY 3, l!)li. A Person al Word to the Farmers. Jiy this lime a larjm number of you will be ill possession of a copy of ill.' iir.->i A;me o! " I lie J.ami." In ilial issue, in a broad ami impersonal way, we j/,ave the reasons why "The Land" ap pear.-,. We now ask 111 I'ave an iniiinaie ami personal wn'd willi aboii! ilie paper ami iis relation lo yourselves, Ami I lie iii; i ilijwj.»; we would iuipi'e;,.-. upon you is lliai " Tile J .ami" b e I o 111 /:. lo you. I I I:, oVJIf'l ;iml fo||lloi!fd by lll''ll Oil ill'' lami. ;.ub: I am i. 11 proportion ol m, . h; t r».:. c, J i < i < I by liie ami , i - f f J < f . ?' .. o< i.i I ion a,- a eo/pojale body, ami lie i>-ijiajmler o| I h < . .hair: m " | b< I .ami" 1 o...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Personal [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

<jfi Personal Sir Carlaw Martin, chairman of tho Scottish Agricultural Commission which recently toured Australasia, left for London by tlic Ostorley on Tuesday, accoinpaiucd by Lady Mar tin. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dangar, of the Kcmpscy district, celebrated tho fiftieth anniversary of their wedding on Tuesday. They received congratu lations from all parts of the (State. Among those present were Mr. H. D. Morton, M.L.A., Dr. A. Burne, and Mr. S. Bond (sons-in-law). Owing to ill-health, and acting on medical advice, Mr. P. M. Waddy. manager of the Maitland branch 01 the Commercial Bank, is retiring. The board has granted Mr. Waddy six months' leave, and generously voted him a substantial honorarium as a recognition of special services. Dr. II. V. llordern, the new goog lie bowler which Australia has un earthed, and who is practically as sured of a place in the Australian eleven for the fourth test, has been bowling googlies for many years. He get3 the spin on with his third fi...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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