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

**************************** I EMPIRE 1 :SEtli [IIS* I HOE « DISC i * £28 £3O * t * * UNEQUALLED VALUE. $ * ? * * * * Always Reliable and Ready for Work. # * Will last a lifetime. * | ? t ? £ ONLY A FEW MORE LEFT. £ £ — £ | MEADOWBANK GO. j £ FACTORY, SYDNEY. £ * # **************************** WE TEACH BY MAIL. IN YOUR HOME. 17O SUBJECTS, including t— Advertising Loco. Engineering Architecture Mathematics Building Coutrnctors Machine Shop Chemistry Praotice Civil Engineering Mechanical Cominereial Engineering (all subjects) Metallurgy Drafting & Designing Mining Electrical p , (Metal or Coal) . Engineering gSSKtta. Electric Lighting Smelting Electric Eailways 8teain-Electrio Electrotherapeutics Sanitary Plumbing English Branches Steam Engineering Farm Machinery Telephony 1 1 Languages Telegraphy 1 1 (with Phonograph) Window Dressing 1 SEND TO US FOR FULL PARTICULARS. I WRITE NOW, I NAMING YOUR CHOSEN BUBJECT. I NO B00K8 TO BUY.— The I.C.S. are the Original Schools, and their...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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Furs at E. Way and Co., Pitt Street. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

Furs at E. Way and Co., Ritt Street. Certainly furs are the especial extrav agance of this season, yet one can scarce ly talk of it being an extravagance, in view of the extremely moderate prices Messrs. fc. Way and Co. have marked these furs' at. The illustration shows a White Foxaline Cravat. This is a spec iality, and in price 16/6, 19/6, and 21/-. Cheaper furs may be purchased, pf course; in fact, necklets from 3/1 1£; but no one would regret giving 19/6 or. 21/ for one of these beautiful cravats. If you prefer a brown fur it is here ; also a fur toque to match, from 16/6. Ways' post free all parcels over 10/-.

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

SHOPPING SUGGESTIONS. Miss Favenc will undertake all classes of shopping for our subscribers. Cheques, post notes, or stamps for amount of goods must accompany each order, exchange on cheques added. In all cases drapery will be sent out at Sydney prices, and post free whenever possible. A stamped addressed envelope will ensure an immediate answer to any enquiries. Tweed or Panama Skirt, at Messrs. David Jones and Co., 10/6. This illustration shows one of the quickest selling and most popular cheap skirts in Sydney. Mesrs. David Jones and Co. have made a speciality of this skirt, and it is wonderful value for Ho/6. Just imagine it — io/6, post free! A skirt any lady could use for serviceable knock about wear. The cut, style and finish is all that you could wish for, it has a good flare, and is pleated and self-strapped at foot. It is in grey tweed, navy or black Panama. In sending measurements' give front length (not measuring waist band) and waist measure. I can assure you you will ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LAND AND SETTLEMENT. ANSWERS TO INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

1 THE LAND AND SETTLEMENT. ANSWERS TO INQUIRIES. All inquiries from farmers and settlers concerning subjects relating: to the land forwarded to the General Secretary of the F. and S .Association, 84 Pitt-street, Sydney, will receive special attention, and answers thereto will appear in this column from week to week. Our readers are invited to seek infor mation upon any subject concerning which they may be in doubt, and we shall do our best to supply reliable answers to their questions. R.S., Bomera Creek. — The position in re gard to obtaining wire netting from the Government is not yet defined. The Government have called for tenders, and until these are opened and con tracts made the price of the netting cannot be fixed. You will probably have to apply to the local Pastures Protection Board, as it will act as inter mediary between the landholders and the Government, and the nuestion of gauge and mesh will presumably be at the discretion of the Pastures' Protec tion Boards of the re...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

THE GOOD OLD FIRM To the Front! RITCHIE BROTHERS1 'Sunrise' ROLLER DIGGER and LUCERNE CULTIVATOR. A general' purpose Implement '^M0 ' for all-round FARM WORK. w '' (i&fiBiO/-\ ^Tuu* I'ATENT RIGHTS An improved Spike Roller with Digging Action. ? Once use it, you'll never be without it. ? The Improved Crops tell the tale. I Eradicates all Weeds and Winter Grasses. I Ensures equal growth throughout the crop. | WRITE NOW FOR CATALOGUE. Read our SplendM Testimonials. Ritchie Brothers, Manufacturers of all lands of Set and Stump Jump Ploughs, Harrows, Kurth Scoops, Wool Tresses, &o. AUBURN, near SYDNEY, N.S.W. Station 6r» Mouse REQUIREMENTS You cannot do better than write to GHAS. CLARKE Quotations submitted for Wire Nttting, Wool packs, Corniaoki, Rabbit Poiions, all Farming Implements, etc Correspondence Invited. ^mmbk 14 O'OONNILL ST., aYDNIV. +^m^mmmmm FLEMING & ROBEY, Stock, Station, & Trucking Agents, QUIRINDI & GUNNEDAH, N. B. WALES. Railway ...

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

CLOSER SETTLEMENT Amongst the properties that have been recommended as suitable for acquisition by the Government for purposes of closer settlement is the Gobbagombalin Estate, in the Wagga district, and it is under stood that negotiations for its purchase by the State are now proceeding. Gobba gombalin has an area of about 60,000 acres, of which approximately 50,000 acres are regarded as good wheatgrow ing country, while the balance is classed as good grazing land. The executors of the estate have been in communication with the Government, and it is under stood that the purchase money will be about ,£200,000, or something like £3 an acre. The ' living. area ' around Wagga is from 400 to 500 acres, so that Gobba gombalin offers an opportunity for plac ing perhaps 150 families on the land. m ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ m m ^

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "HERALD" AND TELE-GRAPH" MILK AND BUTTER TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

THE 'HERALD' AND TELE GRAPH' MILK AND BUTTER TESTS. The writer would not trespass on the public if the 'Herald' and 'Tele- graph ' were paying1 all expenses in con nection with the South Coast milk and butter competitions. But as the State has to find the money to carry out these tests, the State should know something about what has been done. The South Coast Agricultural Societies' Union has taken the matter up. The writer was present at a meeting, not by invitation but by right, as the State is concerned in this expenditure. The 'Herald 'and ' Telegraph ' may get a big advertise ment, and the State nothing; hence the inportance of the press being represented. The bulk of the prizes go to Short horiis. Ayrshires, Jerseys, and Hoi stein s ;.- the Illawarra breed, which comprises three-fourths of the dairy stock of New South Wales, a bad fifth.

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

CLOSER SETTLEMENT The Premier at Gundagai said : — Dur- ing the tour he had been met by deputa tion after deputation clamoring for land for closer settlement, whilst they had at their doors some of the best land in the State. At Batlow he found a former school-teacher in occupation of 40 acres under fruit culture, from which he made ,£400 the first year, and .£300 the second year, while he expected this year to make ,£800. - That showed the possibilities of the soil at Batlow, and yet land along side, which could be secured for £1 per acre was passed by, and the people in the neighbourhood asked for the resump tion nf nrivnti* Ijinri. T-Io lmrl nn cvm. pathy with men who looked upon life as a gamble, a kind of ' Tattersall's' sweep, and sat down and cried if they drew a blank. There were ample op portunities in this country for a man who had energy to properly apply his brain and muscle. Nature had given the people of Australia ample opportunities, and it was their own fault if they...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHO ARE TO BE THE TESTERS? [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

WHO ARE TO BE THE TESTERS? At a meeting of the South Coast Ag ricultural Societies' Union it was decided to accept the 'Herald' and 'Tele- graph ' conditions for conducting the milk and butter competitions, which have been put before the various Agricultural Societies, with the exception of the dura tion of the length of the test, which has been reduced from six to four months. 1 HUOt IC313 dlU IU IJU LiWIiCU UUl Oil the Berry stud farm. After the recent exposures of negligence or ignorance, as published in the ' Farmers and Set tler,' in connection with milk testing, surely the State Government is not going to commit itself to such supervision as has been displayed over the stud stock at Berry. ~^k _^fc. .^K. .^^ _^fe. ^fe. j''fc. .^fe. .^k.

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

CLEANLINESS IN THINGS DAIRYING. When we sit clown to soberly think over the ways and rustoms of the ancients, we must allow that even in their primi tive ways of dairying they had many things that cannot be departed from even at the present period of advancement. Ablutions, such as arc practised in the religions of the East, seem to the writer Easterns wisely say that a pure soul can not inhabit a filthy body ;%, that a purified body is the best symbol of a clean spirit ; that it is indecent and wicked to present yourself before your Creator in a dirtier condition than you ought to appear in before an earthly superior. Admitting these figures to be hyperboli cal, the institution certainly is extremely wise, as it contributes so essentially to health and agreement with society. Par ticularly is this so with regard to thft dairying industry. It is always important that every act in connection with dairying should be strictly clean. Cleanliness and kindness, with and for every act of t...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STARTERS, AND HOW TO MAKE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

STARTERS, AND HOW TO MAKE THEM. Professor Farrington, of the 'Wisconsin Dairy School, gives the following instruc tions about commercial and home made starters, which will doubtless be of interest to dairying generally : — 'The starters used for ripening cream1 are of two kinds, first, those made from pure cultures of bacteria, which may be bought from some laboratory or dealer, and are called 'commercial starters, ' and, second, tup natural starters, winch are made from skim milk, or whole milk. The so-called commercial starters are made by adding to about a gallon of this skim milk a small quantity (about an ounce) of the pure culture which lias been bought from a dealer in this material. Af ter the pure culture has been added to the skim milk the mixture is kept at a temperature of about 80 degrees F. until the skim milk lias become soured by the pure culture bacteria. This preparation is sometimes called 'startolene,' and it may amount to about four quarts of sour milki This is ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF DAIRYING INTEREST. COOL MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

ITEMS OF DAIRYING INTEREST. COOL MILK. Experiments carried out in connection with the carriage of milk in cans pro tected by a wet canvas cover, has, it is said, proved that a ?? reduction of 10 de grees Fahr. can be obtained in. a dis-' tance of several miles. in a waggon. * * * BUTTER EXPORT. The total shipment of butter from Aus tralia to England from July 1st, ]905 to February 28th, 1906, was 21,226 tons, an increase of 1,141 tons on the previous year for the same period, notwithstanding the drought, which was almost unpre cedented during that period in Australia. * * * COWS GNAWING BONES. ,l.t is said that when cows are observed gnawing bones it is an indication that the soil has been exhausted in growing cereals or similar products. Such lands would be benefited by a practical . appli- 1 cation of superphosphates. The stock would also benefit by the addition of lime to the soil. * * ♦ FAKED BUTTER. Experiments on a large scale have been made by continental experts, which go to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OVERSEA EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

OVERSEA EXPORTS. The total oversea exports of wheat and flour from New South Wales from Decem ber 1 to 5th instant, compiled from the Customs-house returns, were : — Wheat. Flour. Destination, Bushels. 2oolb. sks. U.K. and Cont. ..3,607,133 .. 4,582 South Africa ? 908 . . 975 Noumea ? 31,446 ., 14,030 Philippines ? — .. 15,460 Japan ? 18,592 .. 10,903 Hongkong ? 1,875 ?? 79, 210 China ? — ... 793 South Seas ? 216 . . 10,071 New Zealand ? 125 .. 504 Straits Settlement — . . 45,294 Elsewhere ? 29 ... 2,213 Total ? 3,660,324 .. 184,034 The oversea breadstuffs exports from Australia for the week aggregated the equivalent of 811,159 bushels. The total exports to date are about three million bushels ahead of the shipments for the corresponding period of last year. The appended summary of exports from De cember 1 shows that, estimating the Com monwealth surplus over requirements at 40 million bushels, there- are only some 15 million bushels left for shipment: — Equivalent From Wheat. Flour...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT STACKED ON THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

WHEAT STACKED ON THE RAIL WAYS. ' The total quantity of wheat stacked on railway premises, according to the Depart ment's figuYes, is 942,686 bags, compared with 987,885 bags a week before. This gives a reduction of 45,199 bags, of which 33,005 bags were drawn from the Darling Island stacks, now standing at 189,487 bags. The wheat stacked in the country districts is as follows : — Stockinbingal 72,500, Temora 84,986, Barmedman 6232, Wyalong 250, Illabo 62, Uranquinty 7724, The Rock 965, Milbrulong 6042, Lockhart 44,213, Henty 3S,ou, Culcairn 12,500, Walla Walla 7499, Burrumbuttock 9392, Brocklesby 20,732, Balldale 20,285 Corowa 37,700, Germanton 17,987, Old Junee 20,250, Coolamon 29,769, Ganmain 11,555, Matong 3189, Berrigan 71,732, Finley 16,395, Hay 269, Wellington 98,000, Geurie 30,875, Narromine 70,000, Manildra 4000, Parkcs 29,567, Bogan Gate 5000, Cowra 18,918, Quirindi 400, Attunga 300, Manilla 9200, Gunnedah 6700.

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

ON THE WHARVES. Potatoes, chaff, onions and maize arrived in large quantities, but apart from pota toes and onions, which were weaker, all linos had attention and moved off at full rates. Over 13,000 bags of maize were loaded from the Northern Rivers, which, copuled with the carry over, found eager buyers at full rates. So great was the demand that several holders refused to sell unless at. an advance, but with the heavy supplies arriving, buyers show lit tle disposition to comply with such wishes. Should the country demand con tinue, however, prices are more likely to advance than recede, as its comparative feeding value commends it to poultry, dairy, and horse feeders throughout town and country. Continued on Page 8.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

AT REDFERN. Supplies increased considerably, due, no doubt, to increased values the previous week. Notwithstanding this, prices for chaff were well maintained, and lucerne hay also met with- ready sale. A truck of , lucerne chaff arrived from the Darling Downs, which goes to show that should lucerne further advance the Queensland surplus will drift to Redfern. Chick wheat was eagerly competed for and brought up to 3/5 for clean whole grain samples. Pumpkins were plentiful, still prices throughout were higher, and choice lots of 'Crowns' brought up to 5/3 per doz. The fall in potatoes, which was antici pated, owing to the increased supplies of Tasmanians was responsible for a decided . falling off at Redfern, and holders who have missed the market would do well to hold back now for a week or so. Several trucks of pats, chiefly from New England, found buyers at an advance of from id. to 2d. over last .week's quotations. Queensland maize trucked from Wallan garra was greatly in evidenc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 16 May 1906

Jam & Butter Dishes V 12/6 X\1R are just opeuiug up, ex the R.M.S. -!c«g^*W#??!y54lI //LeBZ??rr^ls5!i?^5Bw ww 'Oroya,' the finest selection of Jain and J^^^^'ii^nMi.JwM^Si^' EV fT^Sfr Butter Dishes that ever came into this State. ^fi^P^W^^^W^^^^SSS^^^T ! The Dishes are of nmuy dainty tints in glass ^^^^^m^-^-^^^k^^^^ — pink, red, blue, green, etc., and they are all ^^g|^fy'^' ''''' '~**S.i*v-)if-''-.[f iaffiry mounted iu stands of British Silver Plate— the ^J||££5p5-^ ^UfYf *$* good sort, made famous at 'the store where §9 Si j quality counts,' Susi ^ ' We will send one of these beautiful dishes \S&** , J to any address for 18/0. A _ _ _ __ _ g\ We do the largest moil order business iu ' #4 N fl t 1 1 N Rt I tllilT^ K Jewellery and British Silver Plate iu Australia, **A'«U-I W. \J\Jr\J M. M4) and every article sent out is sold with the guar- _. _ , _ . . ,, antee that if, when it is received, you consider ittZ KeiOriTl PHCC JCWCllerS, it is not exactly as represented...

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

I Coolangatta Estate, * BERRY, N.S.W. I The CHAMPION DAIRY HERD of AUSTRALIA. I AYRSHIRES. HOLSTEINS. JERSEYS. J 1000 Prizes in the Show Rings of New South Wales and Victoria. '. * BULLS, COWS AND HEIFERS FOR SALE, ALL AGES. ; * — — — — — * Forlfurther particulars apply— \ * MANAGER, COOLANGATTA ESTATE, BERRY, N.S.W. \ BUTTER '^l1 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 the consignments regularly received from Australia and New Zealand. As this Company sells the Butter Direct to the Distributing Houses and the Trade (only) throughout Great Britain, they are in a position to secure the very highest market prices for all consignments entrusted to their care. WE'* The Company aot as Soiling Brokers only. fi*W Liberal Cash Advanoes made against shipments. SW' Correspondence from Butter F...

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

DAIRY SALT. . 1 ' GROWN ' Brand Extra Fine Dairy Salt is guaranteed chemically put**. 1 therefore recommended for Butter making. I? ' GLOBE ' Coarse Refined, guararteed chemically pure for Bacon Curing. I ' CROWN ' Salt for Butter; ' GLOBE ' Salt for Bacon. ' I ARTHUR MUSTON & SON, 17 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. I Sole Agenta-COMMON WEALTH SALT REFINING CO.. Ltd. ' 1 1 I TO WHEAT GROWERS, LIVE STOCK OWNERS, DAIRY FARMERS M AND ALL MEN ON THE LAND, I SUPPORT YOUR OWN SELLING AGENCY. I CONSIGN ALL YOUR PRODUCE TO US. V We have your very best interests at heart. We have Expert Salesmen in each Department. M We make every effort to obtain Highest Market Prices. We have Branches in all the most Important business centres I« Our Commission Charges are the Lowest. We send Account Sales and Cheques Immediately after Sales. Remember, we mean to succeed, and our success means your success, so do the correct thing and adopt co-operative marketing by sending your produce to us for sale. annu...

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

GLOBE j 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, 1 I ENGINEERS, M J 82 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, I ? : ? 1

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