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UPPER TWEED LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

UPPER TWEED LANDS. Thus the Murwillumbah correspondent of the 'Northern Star' :— There is a good deal of dissatisfaction with regard to the throwing open of Crown lands en the Upper Tweed. It seems a pity to see so many disappointed here who are on the look-out for available land. It was suggested that a deputation be formed to wait on the Minister for Lands, and explain matters to him. Otherwise the Department will not exert itself. This State is losing thousands of pounds and good settlers, who go to Queensland in search of land. Since the above was written, particulars are to hand of' the throwing open of 40 blocks for condition al purchase in parishes of Nullum, Dun bible, Mooball, and Chillingham next month. , They will make fine dairy farms, and there is permanent water.

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

SELECTIONS DURING APRIL. The returns as to land applied for dur ing the past month show that 169 new settlers applied for 81,185 acres, inclusive of the area which applicants for original conditional purchases are entitled to take up as conditional leases. A conditional lease may be of any area not exceeding three times that of the associated condi tional purchase, and is usually taken up at the same time as the conditional pur chase, and is treated as an additional holding. Exclusive of these conditional leases an area of 1732 acres was applied for as additional holdings in virtue of original holdings made since January 1, 1906 — 52,056 acres being taken up as ad ditional holdings made in right of orig inal holdings acquired before that date. ORIGINAL HOLDING APPLICA TIONS. Acres. Original Conditional Purchases ? 120 ... 15,856 71 Conditional LonBes.'tnken sluiultau-. eouBly with their original Condi. tional Purchases ? — ... 21.016 Conditional Purohaso Lenses ? 20 ... 7,800 Origin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

Consistent rainfall is reported .west of. the Darling and over Riverina. In most cases over half an inch has been received. The. Corowa Closer Settlement League has asked the Minister to appoint an offi cer to consult with its members as to ac quiring a suitable estate for subdivision.

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

PROFITABLE DAIRYING. Under this heading the ' Victorian Year-Book of Agriculture' has lent itself apparently to a show report, which will require to be taken by those not experi enced in dairying in Australia with the usual grain of salt. * * * It runs as follows: — 'One of' the most pleasing features in connection with the dairying industry is the general improve ment in the butter-producing capacity of our herds that is continually in progress, and has been evident for a number of years past, and the ever-increasing in terest that is taken in the results of the milking competitions in connection with the various agricultural shows. 'We herewith give an account of ihe competitions in connection with the Cam perdown (Victoria) Show, the results of which were magnificent, as ior- 23 cows tested the returns ranged from 20.141b. to 11.871b.' of butter per week. 'At the Yarram (Victoria) Show, the yield of the first-prize cow was at the rate of 271b. of butter per week. The second prize...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE INSPECTION OF DAIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

ON THE INSPECTION OF DAIRIES. According to a contemporary, the De partment of Agriculture of New Zealand is endeavouring to get power to inspect all dairies and force the cream-raiser to produce a better quality of cream than has hitherto been produced generally. As a rule, such departments merely create an army of inspectors, who have no other in terests in the industry than that of draw ing their salaries. The management cf all dairy factories should be the very best people to control this work, being directly interested. It is hard, however, to get men who will act independently) even in their own interests. They are, unfortu nately, only too often so weak-minded as to be mislead by the glamour of those who live on the industry — not by it.

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THE DAIRYMAN. SCIENCE IN DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

?I— — THE DAIRYMAN. .—'? [-. = ??==?=: -=?s=?===?=F=~^ By FRANK McCAFFREY. = = r ? ? ? -' =^ SCIENCE IN DAIRYINC. A dairy chemist, writing' to the 'New Zealand Dairyman,' says: — 'Dairying- is becoming- more and more a science, and it is only those who work hand in hand with science who will be able to g-et out of their work all there is in it. Times are prosperous now, prices still g-ood ; but there is no certainty this will con tinue for more than weeks — in fact, oppo no good relying- on the fact that New Zealand butter is the best and purest, and next to Danish best in price, and expecting- that, as such, people will al ways pay more for it. Those butters that are not, at present, as g-ood will improve (quantity will certainly increase), and our quality must g-o up, or our prices g-o down. Can anyone doubt that?' * * * No ?manager can say the quality of the cream going- into his factory is all that it should be, and this is where improvement must be made. The best means of carry...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COST OF MANUFACTURING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

THE COST OF MANUFACTURING BUTTER. Some weeks back it was pointed out in these columns that it was impossible to manufacture and market butter much un der iid. per pound without utilising what is1 termed the 'over-run.' Yet we find a certain creamery, the output of which was about 6o tons per month, stating the cost of manufacturing, marketing, etc., at the rate of one penny per pound. jf. -ft -r Taking the 'etc.' to mean all inci dental expenses, such as a long road car riage to nearest wharf and from wharf to Sydney, and probably from Sydney to London, on a portion of the butter, how can it be possible for one penny per pound to cover the whole cost of market ing, manufacturing, etc. ? The whole thing is too absurd for words.

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

ITEMS OF DAIRYING INTEREST. A wire from Dungog says : — The Co operative Butter Factory manufactured, for the month ending May 5th, 20 tons 2cwt. of butter, of which 4871b. were sec ond class. Suppliers were paid ,£1402. There are u6 sunnliers. * * * A Bega wire says : — The output of die Bega Creamery Company for April was 142,6491b., which realised ,£5438. Sixteen suppliers were paid ,£4844. Sup plies are falling off. * * * A wire from Milton says : — The output of butter from the Central Factory for April was 61,0221b., for which suppliers were paid £'1967 net. * * * A Millthorpe correspondent states : — The official opening of the Millthorpe But ter and Bacon Factory took place this week. Over 100 people were present, and the proceedings' were most enthusi astic. The plant is capable of turning out large quantities of butter and bacon. * * * A Kyogle correspondent says : — The suppliers to the Kyogle (Richmond River) Creamery received for the month of April Sd. per lb. ; 33 tons...

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

AN IMPORTANT LAW SUIT. A case of great importance to dairy men came before the Murwillumbah Police Court last week, under section 47 of the Cattle Slaughtering and Diseased Animals Act. A bull of special dairy quality was sold by J. M. Sharpe to Robt. Mills at the recent Show sales. Mills proceeded against Sharpe under the Act in question on the grounds that the ani mal was diseased when sold. The veterinary employed by Mills gave it as his opinion that the bull had con tracted tuberculosis at the time it was born ; whereas the veterinary employed by Sharpe, on the contrary, said that the bull had developed the disease only re cently. * * * After argument, the magistrate decid ed to dismiss the case, with costs against Mills. After reading this case one might well ask, Where does the future value of the Act come in, or expert opinion, either ?

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

CONCERNING PICS. In reply to numerous questions as to the definition of terms applied by the trade to pigs, our stock market reporter supplies the following particulars : — 'Backfatter' is a term used to denote a pig that weighs from 1401b. upwards, and is utilised principally for the making up of small-goods, such as sausages, etc. Pigs 'baconers,' and as a rule those weigh ing from uolb. to i2olb., of prime quali ty, command the highest price per Ib. Pigs weighing from 7olb. to golb. are termed 'heavy porkers,' but those weigh ing from 4olb. to 7olb. are the most suit able for trade requirements, and when of prime quality always command most at tention. As a matter of fact, it is the prime quality that meets with the best attention in all classes, and it is in the interests of producers to at all'tiiries bear this in mind, as the marketing of the pigs a fortnight too early causes a deprecia tion in value of from 6s. to 8s. ?^.^??^.^?^??^.?^.?^??^. Amongst the presents at a Woodbur...

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

POULTRY FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED, QUAY & THOMAS STREETS, SYDNEY. ? Pur»e Bi*ed Poultry Sales : The Fifth Sale of the Season, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6th, in new aucl moro extensive promises, PARKER STREET, HAYMARKET. Regular Tri-weekly Sales of Eggs and Poultry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Full Marltet Rates and Prompt Returns assured. . THOMAS REID, Manaper. - Timken Roller-Bearing Axles FULFIL A LONG-FELT WANT W^K^* ^W*M Lighten the Draught of W^* Vehicles BY HALF, WILL FIT ALMOST ANY WHEEL. ? HOLLERS ARE OF PATENT CASE HARDENED STEEL. i Axles Guaranteed foe Two Years. (Will last Ten.) . Sole Agentss OBTAINABLE FROM ALL COACHBUILDERS. W. S. FRIEND AND CO., 113 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. The address of the 'ffi^ttle*' is 63 Pitt Street, Sydney.

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

TOAfAUGH'S noX* *$ Always #^ iim Front. rH{$LCVo'WXlJGH. /^l I MUST HAVEl M BRUSH'S /I harness) 'All right, I am just ordering It.' NO. 7 RELIABLE SULKY HARNESS. Selected Leather, Hand' i}C i'j fl ? f| Sewn, Solid Nickel Buckles 3GU ? i U ill Cash with Order. WE PAY CARRIAGE to nuy Railway Station or Port in N.S.W. (clears) 371 George St., Sydney.

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THE "PUMP" CREAM SEPARATOR. AND OTHER DAIRY APPLIANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

THE 'PUMP' CREAM SEPAR ATOR. AND OTHER DAIRY APPLIANCES, A most effective display of ' Pump ' Cream Separators of this year's patterns was made at the Royal Agricultural So ciety's Show by D. W. Swan, of 456 Pitt Street (new railway station buildings). Dairymen who examined these machines were delighted with them, and they give such general satisfaction that Mr. Swaa is prepared to deliver them on free trial for a month. It is claimed for these s'ep* arators that they skim to an extent not uuucuu cuicuucu, as was ueinonscratea at I the Brussels Exhibition this year, .and I their operation is well-nigh perfect. They I are kept running with remarkable ease I and feed themselves with milk so that I each machine needs the attention of only I one person. The bowl can be easily I cleaned and put together, and the whole- I apparatus is of a most durable character. n A pump separator with turbine working: I can dispose of 150 gallons of milk am | hour. Several minor appliances of utility 1 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE BUTTER MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

STATE BUTTER MAKING. Among the promises made by the South Australian Government last year was a State butter factory. The Minister of Agriculture is now carrying out the un dertaking, and has authorised the pur chase of a plant which will treat from six to eight tons of butter per week. It is said that the cost of the plant is only £350. If so, the cost of machinery in. South Australia is much cheaper than in New South Wales. There is, however, some mention of enlarging the plant. This is probably a trick of the trade — gather?ng in the schickles by small in stalments.

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DUNDEE. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

DUNDEE. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting was held on Sat urday last, there being from thirty to forty present. Mr. S. Ward (president occupied the chair. Mr. M. Ryall, secre tary of the Red Range Branch, was pres ent by special invitation. The correspondence having been dealt with, the secretary read the annual report as follows : — 'I have much pleasure in submitting to you this my third annual report. I must say that the past year has been to us the most successful one we have had since our formation in 1903. There were 44 members for the year; 14 meetings were held, and the attendance was very good at most of them, the highest being 2S and the lowest 7. I am very pleased to say that there seems to be an improved interest taken in our Association. Our branch was not represented at the last Annual Conference, which is to be re gretted, but I hope that the branch will, this year, send one or two delegates, in view of the many important resolutions to be discussed. Five conferences...

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DAYSDALE. The First Report—Congratulations—Local Wants. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

DAYSDALE. The First Report— Congratulations- Local Wants. In sending the first letter from my branch, 1 take the golden opportunity of warmly welcoming 'The Farmer and Set tler' to. this district, and wishing the paper the utmost success and prosperity. It has filled a long-felt want, and is the con necting chain of all branches with the head Association. At a meeting held here on Tuesday, 1st inst., the president (Mr. J. J. O'Meara) in the chair, and a fair attendance, the fol lowing resolutions were carried : — 'That this branch approve of 'The Far mer and Settler,' the official newspaper of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association of New South Wales.' 'That member's fee be five shillings per annum.' : 'That Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., again be written to with reference to the bridge over Coreen Creek.' 'That Mr. R.T. Ball, M.L.A., again be written to with reference to the T.S. route between Daysdale and Burrajja, urging him to endeavour to have same thrown open for original homestead s...

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MANGAIN. Annual Meeting—Local Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

MANCAIN. Annual Meeting— Local improvements. The annual meeting was held on 5th instant. Mr. George Young, president, occupied the chair, and there was rather a poor attendance. The secretary and treasurer read his annual report and balance-sheet. These showed that there had been eight meetings held, and a members' roll of twenty-one financial membersA the branch being' in a sound position financially. 1 lie uieuuun or omcers ror tne ensuing year resulted as follows :— President, Mr. Geo. Young; vice-presidents, Messrs. W. Corbett and D. Sunt ; secretary and trea surer, Mr. E. T. Bartlett. The election of a working committee was left till the next meeting, when a better attendance is ex pected. If the settlers only realised the benefit they are deriving from the Association — I indirectly, if not directly — I am sure they I would take a great deal more interest in f the working of the local branch than they I do. The initiation fee was fixed at 4s. Correspondence was1 read from the ...

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

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BRANCH MEETINGS. GUNNEDAH. Immigration—Wira Netting—The Late Mr. Farrer. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

f— BRANCH MEETINGS. — -, GUNNEDAH. Immigration— Wire Netting— The Late Mr. Farrer. A meeting' was held on May 12th. and was well attended and enthusiastic. Considerable discussion took place on correspondence received from the Intel ligence Department re immigration pro posals, and it was eventually resolved — 'That this' branch as a body will take no action, but prefers to leave the ques tion to private landholders.' A resolution was moved— 'That wire netting should be distributed through the Advance's to Settlers Board instead ( f through the Pastures' Protection Board, as at present,' but on a division being taken the motion was defeated by. eight .to two. A motion was unanimously adopted — 'That this branch places on record its appreciation of the great services the late Mr. Farrer has rendered the wheat growers of this State and Australia gene rally.' Mr. Brookcr was elected treasurer.

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COBOCO. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

GOBOCO. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting was held on May 17. Mr. C. A. Wright, J.P., vice-president occupied the chair, and there was a fair attendance, but owing to the Dubbo Show being on the following clay, several mem bers were absent who would otherwise . have been present. The balance-sheet was presented by the secretary in the absence of the treasurer, and it showed a balance in hand of 17/8 on the year, which must be considered highly satisfactory when we take into consideration the expenses for the year. The annual report was read by the sec retary, giving review of the year's work, and referred to several matters of import ance that are at present engaging the at tention of the members. In conclusion the secretary urged the members to take a greater interest in the affairs of the As sociation, and endeavour to increase the membership. After discussion it was decided to ad journ the election of officers until next meeting. At the next meeting it is likely that the ?day wi...

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