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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

DISTRICT AGENTS WANTED. We want an Agent to work for us in enrolling subscribers and collecting ad vertisements in every district where we are not already represented by a Branch Secretary of the Association. Write for particulars, publishing department, ' Far mer and Settler ' Office, 435 Kent-street, Sydney. OIL ENGINES HORNSBY PATENT SAFETY. urn THe most Economical, Reliable -Ek Durable H Motive Power for tine Station and Farm. fl| 8TAT.ONARYTYPE. ^ ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ fetC PORTABLE TYPE. THE 'BALTIC' SEPARATOR ? IS THE— ? RECORD SKIMMER ? OF THE WORLD. ? AWARDED 11 GOLD MEDALS AND 24 FIRST PRIZES IN ONE SEASON. ^^^1^^^ Prices & Particulars on Application to R, HORNSBY & SONS, LT[L Haymarket, Sydney; Spencer Street, Melbourne. [Kindlv mention this paper when writing.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DANYSZ SCHEME. FAVORED AT NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

THE DANYSZ SCHEME. FAVORED AT NYNCAN. At a large meeting of the Nyngan Branch of the F. and' S. Association last week, the subject of the experiments on Broughton Island was fully discussed, and a decision favorable to its prosecu tion was given, provided the experiment is conducted under proper control.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

? — ? — ? For Over 50 Years Now have We been Selling the I FAT STOCK, WOOL, HIDES, BARK AND ? GENERAL PRODUCE- ? j of the Nan on the Land. All that we have learned is at your service. We get yon top prices. I Send us a Consignment. Put us on your list to call or write. I PITT, SON & BADGERY,1^ The Leading Salesmen, Sydney. THE BEST DISC PLOUGHS IN THE WORLD BVAre made: at our works, -gasi PRINCIPLE RIGHT. CONSTRUCTION RIGHT. RESULTS RIGHT. TTUJiT llMlfflM 2 to 6 FURROW DISC PLOUGHS I l'fl ilZa ttJI illi i lL§r ill Either Stump Jump op Set. ? ? ^^ Work in every kind of Ground. HARVESTERS) Both Pull and Push, do the work at I/- per acre. If you're thinkinp of Farm Mnohinery, write now for our Illustrated Catalogue. It tell*. ?IIAIIA1 AA1I A aflAmnASMB 255a SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. NIOHIILSIIN Em ShDRROW- Works: BouveMe& Leicester St.., IIIUiniia»%9idIv Wai BiB%#aBllWWf 5 Melbourne. THE ... ^sv:^ One of the many advantages of the /f^lPi&N^ SUNSHINE is in the Peg-d...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

SEND Tr NM.mrn, LIMITED, d 'W TTU T%T TO* *V V3 X JL2r 1/^1 Jus A ( WOOL, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE BROKERS. GHARGE FOR SELLING WOOL REDUCED TO 2 PER CENT. This la our solo ohnrgo to the Orower. . A SPECIAL. FEATURE 'n ^e cond'ct of oar business is our '?o^^paw— —?— ? system of placing proceeds of all con signments in a separate TRUST ACCOUNT with our Bankers, thus completely safeguarding consignors' interests. E. J. E. MACKENZIE, Manager. THE STANDARD, NETTING JF THE ? STATE. nsggsljjsp* Bettor in Quality, and, owing to Its loose roll, jjpialir less costly to oreot than any Imported Netting. &^!^^§^^^^^^§§ ? Nett ' n g ~~ ' ° ° k V\j^^^4# Made in Australia— All Sizes: Black, Black Oiled & Galv'd. Netting. LYSAGHT'S PATENT CENTRE-STRAND NETTING jfl^^gggg^gggg suits all the requirements for fencing Ram, 1111® O^O^O^SSoi^S- Crossbred Sheep, and Pig Paddocks, !&iP&! fsSiSi^^^^m^^^ 3in. & 4in. Mesh 1 13, 14, 15 and 16 Gauge ; any Width. pjl|« ^^^^^^^^^S ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GRANARY. WHEAT-GROWING IN CENTRAL DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

f THE GRANARY. - WHEAT-CROWING IN CENTRAL DIVISION. When replying on behalf of the farmers to the toast of ' Prosperity to the citi zens of Dubbo and district,' proposed by the Governor-General during his recent visit to that town, Mr. Wiirfel, one of our Association's most active workers in that centre, gave some interesting figures respecting the Central Division of which Dubbo is, so to speak, the capital. The figures were supplied at his. request, by the Government statistician, and showed that up to March, 1906, in that Division, the total area under crop was 853,718 acres ; total area under wheat only, 712,866 acres ; total yield, 6,883,868 bus hels ; total value at 3s. per bushel, .£1,032,579.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OPEN LETTER To the Hon. James Ashton, Minister for Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

1 ii^'r''Tr?'^^''rV'^-^rrrr^.'rr'l^V?Mri-^^T^^^~'r.^^^ -'?-?-?-;?-'-'??*£;-?!-. 1^— AN OPEN LETTER ™ To the Hon. James Ashton, Minister for Lands. Sir, — In a previous letter I endeavoured to establish part of the case lor speedy action in the direction of resuming at least a few suitable estates for distribu tion among those who seek land, and have sufficient capital to warrant them gointr on to an immediately productive holding. The good work which has been done through your efforts in the direction of inducing large holders to voluntarily sub mit a part °f their estates has not been jusi si^iii ui, ciiiu lias cuuimciiucu useii to the people of this State. In this con nection 1 do not intend in any way to subordinate the large question of all round general settlement in all its various forms to the narrower question of the expediency of catching the temper of the few ; or, in other words, of making use of the present temper of the large holder in order to supply the requirements o...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RABBIT EXPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

RABBIT EXPORTATION. R. 1-1. E. asks:— What is the value of rabbits and rabbit skins exported from Australia for the year 1905? The following numbers and values have been supplied us from the Government Statistician's office in answer to the above inquiry : — Number. Value. Skins ? S,227,8Ss ,£297,460 Frozen carcases .. 17.572,222 ,£389,738 Total ? .£687,207 These figures include the hares export ed, but not the quantities of rabbits tin ned by various firms and exported as preserved meats.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROFITABLE WORK IN RABBITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

PROFITABLE WORK IN RABBIT INC. The Director of Labor in his report to the Premier on the work of the State Labor Bureau for April speaks of all round improvement. On the subject of rabbiting he says : — 'With the advent of cool weather, rabbiting for market has become very brisk in many places, and skins are now fetching very high prices. Coonamble renorts that fancv wasres are being made at it,' ,£3 to ,£4 per week clear being almost universal, while a few men have made up to ,£10 and even ^12 per week. As a consequence, ' farm and sta tion hands are, not easily got, mechanics, as well as laborers, (finding rabbiting un der present circumstances much more pro fitable. Cowra reports that there is plenty of room for rabbiters in that district, and that the earnings of men engaged in it average over £2 per week, while many make as much as ,£5 per week. Dubbo also reports much profitable rabbiting around there.' From Forbes comes news that farm laborers are scarce, because the men usua...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

\ ABSOLUTELY THE BEST ON THE MARKET! X WITHOUT A RIVAL. NOVEL, USEFUL AND CHEAP. [ THE SELFSETTING, EVER-READY, CATOKEM-ALIVE Easdown Rabbit Trap. r - WaWB^ ^° hold undlsputablo proof that one trap has I $SMF caught 58O live rabbits In one day. I Farmers or Sottlers aflllotod with tho pest should write at once and leavn all that wo gladly tell r about this wonderfully simple, certain and small-priced invontion. . ' ,? ' i PRICE.- B/» each, or 54/- per dozen on Bail or Steamer in Sydney,, crating extra, \ . , A perusal of this reliable testimonial should bring your order. . I The Manager, EASDOWN RABBIT TEAP CO. , . ( i Dear Sir,— Yours of tho 6th to hand. Your last lot of traps arrived in good order. Wo put \ C two traps in eaoh yard and catuh 150 to 180 rabbits pe* week m each trap; We have. five traps ' ' « 3 working, I think they are tho best traps I have seen. Tho rabbits hore are not voi-v thick, but o lit iu - the west country they should catch 1000. Tho rabbits go in just as ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

HUII I I CD 161 GEORGE ST. WEST, ? IIII.LilL.1l9 SYDNEY, Coachbuilder and Saddler. W»fBOuett«5 as shown, £19 IO O. BuggiM md Sulkies a' bottom prices. Send for Illustrated CaUlorue. ni-sn'class~7eas Our Special 101b. Tins scut carriage free to any Township or Railway Station for 15/-. Xinrger quautitiei at reduced rates. FINEST QUALITY GUARANTEED. CENTRAL TEA CO., ' '&&&?'?? j S RABBIT POISONS, I \ Phosphorlsod Wheat, Pollard &o., f f Syrup of Phosphorous. f \ CARBON BI-SULPHIDE. \ \ Eead what Mr. Ryan says :— f - COPY. \ * Wallandool, Henty, N.8.W. f - Murch 30th, 190C. _ \ Messrs. Cuwing, Smith & Co. \ i Melbourne. P \ Dear Sirs, - { In reference to Carbon Bi-sulphide for - \ fumigating. I nm now, ufter eztensire experi- I j ments, going in for fumigating on a large scale, - \ ns 1 consider that by this means and the aid of I } poison carts the rabbit can be practically oxter- p \ minuted on this property in about twelre I I months. i \ I ba...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN MOLONG DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

IN MOLONG DISTRICT. The stock inspector (Mr. Finch)3 in his report to the Molong P.P. Board, stated that rabbits had been taking poison free ly throughout the district, and that they were largely decreased in numbers. The rabbit inspector (Mr. C. H. Rankin) re ported that he had inspected holdings in the north, western, and central parts cf the district, and had pleasure in stating that a more satisfactory state of affairs than at present existed had not occurred ?aim.. u ma ciJijiiny lu me uisiiiui. x liey could not congratulate themselves that they had achieved permanency, for the de crease could only be attributed to several things not always existing — (i) no in crease in young rabbits for the past six months; (2) a fairly united effort on the part of landowners to destroy during the advertised ten days ; (3) skins being so valuable at the present time. A great many rabbiters were scattered throughout the district, doing a lot of good work in destroying the pest, and making a ve...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S GREY CURSE. IN VARIOUS CENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

Uaustralias grey curse. ll_ ? . _ _ ? ......_.._..;-i i-z.i-.-:-- -'.-:-z-:-: -??-????-??='.. -1-- ? :-? '-''-' -~:-::c IN VARIOUS CENTRES. At Ciuiowindra a factory for turning rabbits into an extract is being: estab lished, and it is proposed that a similar industry should be brought into existence at Molong. On all sides, however, it is reported that bunny is becoming beauti fully less' in numbers, and if the present prices of skins arc maintained, the pest will be kept under very considerably. * ♦ '* An enthusiastic meeting was held at Newbridge last week to protest against the Danysz experiment. Jt was agreed to co-operate with all other towns in the movement against the same. * * * A remarkable diminution of rabbits is reported from all parts of the Peak Hill district. A month ago the pest was coun ted in thousands ; to-day it is compara tively scarce. Trappers report that of the rabbits captured bucks are in great pre ponderance. The inspector states there has been no increase...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PEST AND ITS CORRECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

A PEST AND ITS CORRECTIVE. The codlin moth takes ? high rank amongst the undesirable importations from which Australia has suffered great loss. It came from America some years ago in the apples sent over to fill the demand which could easily have been supplied locally had colonial industry and enterprise run on proper line's. Proof sufficient has been offered that, be yond all question, the . soil and climate of many parts of the different States of the Commonwealth are eminently adapted for the production of fruits of the very best character, in quantity more than sufficient to meet the demands of home consumption ; but in this case, as in not a few other cases, the man on the land has not lived up to his possibilities or opportunities, with the rcsuU that Australia's fruit supply, in stead of being drawn from her own pro lific soil, has had to be met by consign ments from across the seas. To-day more attention is being devoted to fruit growing, but orchardists and others have to c...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POWERS OF LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

THE POWERS OF LAND BOARDS. A case was brought before the Land Appeal Court at Wagga during its recent sittings there that should serve as a useful object-lesson for those who desire to know more of the peculiarities of the law relating to land and its administration. The appellant in the case was Alfred Woodbridge, whose application for an annual lease of 40 acres at Lower Tamil-h fcaiH-r.n he. an imnortant travelling stock reserve) had been re fused by the Wagga Land Board in December last. The proceedings before the Board appear to have been of the simplest kind. An offi cer from the Wagga Survey Office made a report on the application in the usual way, and such report be ing favorable to the granting of the lease, as a matter of course the Dis trict Surveyor formally approved thereof. It is usual for the Inspec tor of Stock, sometimes under in structions from the Pastures Protec tion Board, and in the interests of the public, to either approve of or op pose applications of this k...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

WESTERN DISTRICT COUNCIL. The secretary writes that the Western District Council will hold its second con ference in Dubbo on July 10th, and that any branch of the Association desirous of affiliating with the Western District Coun cil can get all information by writing to him, addressing letters thus: — Mr. J. Sawyer, Sec, W.D. Council, F. and S. Association, Dubbo.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR POST CARD PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

OUR POST CARD PRIZE. As an inducement to branch secretaries to assist in the progressive work in which we are engaged, we are offering a prize of ss. each week to the secretary sending a penny post card which, in the opinion of the Editor, has written upon the back thereof the item of news most interesting to farmers and settlers, or which conveys the best message to members for the fur ther progress, usefulness or general im provement of the Association. Each secretary has been advised of the offer by circular, and we hope shortly to have a regular weekly supply of competing cards, the contents of which are sure to be interesting to readers of 'The Farmer and Settler.'

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUTTERCUP CALF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

BUTTERCUP CALF MILK. Nothing but good report appears to fol low in the wake of all orders supplied for this now popular article . Mr. Mc Donald fairly beams at the mere mention of this wonderful substitute for milk in calf rearing, and de clares that it is with difficulty he ? can supply the present demand. ' 'Tis just what I thought it would come to. I knew it was a food worth sticking to and worth advertising. Merit tells in the end, and I suppose 1 may fairly say 1 am reaping the reward of early confidence.' The sheaf of splendid testimonials re ceived from recognised breeders and dairy farmers throughout the State speak more for the sustaining qualities of But tercup Calf Milk than all we could say about it, because they are the words of the men who have used it, both for calves and fowls. We haven't space to say more, or to reprint extracts, but any stockowner interested should write a post-card, and be supplied with copies and all other par ticulars. The address of the proprie...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

LAND SELECTION. The following statement shows the lands selected under the Crown Lands Acts from January 1 to May 16: — Acres. Homestead selections ? 19,237 Settlement leases ? 166,770 Conditional purchases ? 175,226 Conditional leases ? 268,350 Conditional purchase leases .... 19,596 649,179 Ihe period includes 19 Lands Office days, and the applications for original holdings during the past week represent 21 new settlers. Tn addition to the area made available prior to January 1, 1906, an area of 374,500 acres has been special ly set apart during the above period.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN AURIFEROUS DUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

^AN AURIFEROUS DUCK. While one of a pair of Muscovy ducks, purchased at the Belmore Markets, was being prepared for cooking at the house of a private family in Woolloomooloo on Thursday afternoon, a nugget of alluvial gold, weighing upwards of 3dwt., was found in its gizzard.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

LAMBS. There were a fair number forward, of good quality, all of which sold at a slight reduction on last Thursday's quot ations, best making to 15/3, others from 10/-. Sales: — Maiden Brothers.— J. A. Gunn, 21 at 12/11. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd.— Northern Agents. 60 at 14/1 to 14/2, 38 at 12/ri. Weaver & Perry.— Mrs. Macintyre. 16 at 15/2, 67 at 13/2, 30 at 12 ''2. J. C. Young & Co.— F. W. Sole, 8 at 13/10. Joseph Leeds & Co.— W. F. Buchanan, '3 at 13/3, 16 at 13/-. HIM, Clark & Co.— J.' Cameron, iS at 12/10; Bakewell Bros., 35 at 10/8, 65 at 10/2 to 10/4. CATTLE. MONDAY, MAY 21. There were only 804 head of cattle yarded, the majority of which were bul locks of from fair to good quality. The cows forward were of better quality than the bullocks. Buyers were in full attend ance, and competition was keen through out. All classes advanced on last Thurs day's values, best beef making to 25/6 per 100 lbs., with medium quality cheap er. Best bulloc...

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