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STONY CROSSING. Wire Netting—Freight and Supply—The Danysz Fund—Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

STONY CROSSING. Wire Netting— Freight and Supply— The Danysz Fund— Immigration. The monthly meeting was held on the -9th inst., there being a moderate atten dance, with Mr. Thos. Ward, president, in the chair. - Considerable correspondence was re reived. Amongst the other letters was one from Mr. G. Reynoldson, M.L.A., covering reply from the- Department to resolutions re wire netting and carriage' of same. In that reply it stated that the question of railway freight was under ?consideration, and that 'the Minister does not 'hold the view that the 4000. miles of netting for which tenders have been called will be sufficient to meet all demands, but that it is considered expe dient that the first contract let should be for a quantity not exceeding that.' A letter soliciting a donation to the Rabbit Destruction Fund received no re sponse, as the members of the branch are not in favor of. the proposal. Some discussion took place over letters from the Intelligence Department re im migrat...

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MOREE. Sheep-feeding Experiment—Local Bores—Annual Meeting—A Successful Year. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

MOREE. Sheep-feeding Experiment— Local Bores —Annual Meeting— A Successful Year. At the last meeting of the committee there was a good attendance, Mr., W. Woods, president, in the chair. Amongst the correspondence were letters — From Bena and Wamboyne Association, enclosing a copy of resolution passed by the Bygalone and West Milby Association, advocating an itinerary commission, con sisting' of one Government official and two practical men, to inquire into he conditions of life in the Central Division. It was resolved to support the resolution. From Mr. E. R. Scott, stock inspec tor, stating that the sheep-feeding ex periment at the bore farm was both inter esting and instructive, and that Mr. Fry and vhe committee were to be commended for their efforts ; also suggesting that a further trial be made by enclosing the sheep in the s'orghum and allowing them to feed on it without it being cut down for them. From Mr. G. A. Jones, M.P., stating that tenders would be called for surveying...

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BUDGERABONG. Annual Meeting—A Prosperous Year. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

BUDCERABONG. Annual Meeting — A Prosperous Year. m ? The annual meeting took place on May 5th,. at which there was a very large at tendance, and great interest was taken in the business brought forward. The presi dent (Mr. J. H. Noakes, J.P.J occupied the chair, and our Federal representative (Hon. T. Brown) was also present. Correspondence from the General Secre tary, the Uncler-Secretary for Lands (re improvements burnt on additional during the late fire before possession, granting some concession), the Hon. T. Brown, M.P., Sub-inspector Kenny, and the, In telligence Department, was read and re ceived. The treasurer reported having a balance of £\ 1 os. 6d. to the credit of the Fire Re lief Fund, and it was allotted equally to Messrs. F. V. H'odges and Cotter, senr. The secretary read the eighth annual report. The president congratulated the branch fin its steady progress, continued interest and good prospects for the coming year. Attention was drawn to 'The Farmer and Settler.' C...

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

DAIRY SALT. ' CROWN' Brand Extra Fine Dairy Salt is guaranteed ohemloally pure* therefore recommended for Butter making. 11 GLOBE '? Coarse Refined, guaranteed ohemioally pure for Bacon Curing. 11 CROWN ' Salt for Butter; ' GLOBE ' Salt for Bacon. ARTHUR MUSTON & SON, 17 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. Sole A£«nta-COMMONWEALTH SALT REFINING CO., Ltd, I TO WHEAT GROWERS, LIVE STOCK OWNERS, DAIRY FARMERS I m AND ALL MEN ON THE LAND, V I SUPPORT YOUR OWN SELLING AGENCY. i I CONSIGN ALL YOUR PRODUCE TO US. I 9 We have your ver»y best interests at heart. We have Expert Salesmen in each Department. -\ W- m We make every effort to obtain Highest Market Prices. We have Branches in all the most important business centres ?- K Our Commission Charges are the Lowest. We send Account Sales and Cheques immediately after Sales. W, m Remember, we mean to succeed, and our success means your success, so do the correct thing and adopt co-operative W M marketing by sending your produce to us for sale. '...

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

GLOBE ! CREAM SEPARATOR, j 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 - 1 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, : I ENGINEERS, [ \ 82 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. ;

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CONDITIONAL LEASE RENTALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 23 May 1906

CONDITIONAL LEASE RENTALS. The rents of the undermentioned con ditional leases have been fixed at per acre as stated : — Armidale Land District. Bank of New South Wales (applied for. hv Thos. Berry), Soi acf&, parish Tor ryburn, 23d. ? :-..-? Murray, Ethel M., 150 acres, parish Bendemeer, 3d. Warlalda Land District. Holmes, William, 710 acres, parish Whalan, 4*d Coonabarabran Land District. Rowell, Charles \V., 697 acres, parish .Bone Bone, 3d. Munns, William H., 108 acres, parish Gora, 3d. Knight, Alfred, 460. acres, parish Tim or, lid Nash, Colin C, 156J acres, parish Yar rigan, 3d. Burrowa Land District. % Reynolds, Francis W., 167J acres, par ish, Wyangala, 3d. Corkery, John, 375 acres, parish Bar nett, 2$d. Taylor, Patrick, 300 acres parish Wyan gala, 3d ? Mitchell, Eliza, 120 acres, parish Wyan gala, 3d. Newham, James S., 40 acres, parish Numby,- 3d. Corcoran, Patrick, 240J acres, parish Hovell, 2d. Bewley, Charles E., 659 acres, parish Newham, 2id. Bliss, James S., 16...

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FULLER DETAILS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

FULLER DETAILS REQUIRED. A wire from Nowra states : — 'The Shoalhaven Co-operative Bacon Company killed 566 pigs during the month of April at prices ranging from 33d. to 3$d. per Ib. The butter department manufac tured 17,452 and returned ojd. per lb. to suppliers.' These statements arc, to say the least, very vague. Every day we are growing more and more intelligent in dairying; therefore, we require more information re garding details.

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BUTTER GRADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

?« ? ? ? »^ ? m m m ?» BUTTER GRADING. A wire from Lismore states: — A meet ing was held here to-day by delegates from the Alstonville, Ballina, Kyogle, Brooklet, Coraki, Lismorc, and Tweed Co-operative companies. Messrs. Folcy Bros.' Proprietary Company was also re presented. The following resolution was carried: — 'We, as directors of the largest butter factory in Australia, consider the compulsory grading of butter proposed to be enacted by regulations under the Com merce Act, to be an undue interference in the industry, which has been built up by the producers themselves, for the fol lowing reasons: — (1) Such legislation has never been asked for by producers of this State, and it will entail heavy additional expenditure, without any corresponding advantage to the industry ; (2) we object to the establishment of a department of ofiicial graders, as between producer and buyer; (3) from our practical experience we have proved that the careful grading of cream at the factory is the...

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THE DAIRYMAN. WHAT IS WRONG AT PARKES? [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

,P—— THE DAIRYMAN. — ^^ By FRANK McCAFFREY. g WHAT IS WRONG AT PARKES? A wire from Parkes states: — 'The out put --f butter at the local factory du ring- April was over four tons, and the amount paid to suppliers was ,£102.' Where the irony comes in is that it took SO suppliers to find the raw material to keep this concern going-. *h ^ aa ^ ** ,^*^^^m. ^^ J^

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ILLAWARRA CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

ILLAWARRA CATTLE. In our Show week number the writer called attention to the conformity of the Illawarra type of dairy cattle exhibited, as they were from every extreme of soil, climate and environment. During the past week the Council of the South Coast Agricultural Societies has apparently taken notice of the criticism of 'The Far mer and Settler,'' inasmuch as' the South Coast Dairy Shorthorn cow now receives her just position, namely, 'first rank.' She has thus proceeded from the bottom to the top of the lists of awards. — — — — — — — — —

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WHEAT STACKED ON THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

WHEAT STACKED ON THE RAILWAYS. According to the Railway Department's figures, the wheat stacked on railway pre mises is 841,229 bags, of which 173,389 are at Darling Island. At Wellington are 73,670 bags, at Narromine 55,000, at Te mora 78,038, Lockhart 41,562, Henty 3-S,oii, Corowa '37,000, Coolamon 20,56..), Old Junee 20,250, Berrigan 70,142, Geurir _u,-.j_j, linn 1 iu is(j- ^/,,-suu ijays. v-jji npni 2S the quantity stacked was stated at. 987,885 ba^s, and at the end of March 1,171,812 bags, of which 356, 115 bags, were at Darling Island. The stacks arc therefore diminishing. At Darling Harbour on Friday 549 tons, wheat and 122 tons flour were manifested: to arrive.

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COUNTRY WHEAT LOADINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

COUNTRY WHEAT LOADINGS. For the week ended iQth inst., 32,84 bags wheat were trucked at inland railway stations, an increase of 1157 bags compar ed with the previous week. On the Southern line 24,411 bags were loaded (Temora 4 1 Si, Brocklesby 3141, Milbrulong' 2670, Uranquinty 2303, and Ganmain 1835 bags) ; on the Western line 6080 bags (Narromine 1540 and Parkes 1374), and on the Northern line 2347. bags (Manilla QiS). . The total quantity loaded for the 24 weeks of the season aggregates 2,400,842 bags, or about 0,843,500 bush els. The following table shows the total loadings during each week of the season, according to the Railway Department's returns : — Bags. Bags. Dec. 9 .. 38,184 March 3 So,6Ss Dec. 16 81,323 March 10 73,230 Dec. 23 i2S,533 March 17 569075 Dec. 30 97,796 March 24 63,755 Jan. 6 .. 157,365 March 31 33,18s Jan. 13 . 228,65s April 7 . 47,069 Jan. 20 . 211,530 April 14 3°-77- Jan. 27 . 236,454 April 21 23,352 Feb. 3 .. 227,411 April 2S 27,330 Bags. Bags. Feb. 10 ....

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General Review of the Markets. CRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

?* General Review of the Markets. - ?'Farmer and Settler' Office. Monday, May 2X. GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. WHEAT. During- the past ten clays quite a chapter of festivities has occurred to relieve in no small degree the business tension. New Zea land's ''King- Dick' (Premier Scdclon) re ceived a welcome. Parliamentarians past and present assembled in Macquaric Street in honour of the jubilee of Respon sible Government. Following1 this the Japanese training' squadron arrived, and by accident or design, the little Eastern ers were just in time to witness the pat riotic way we do things on Empire Day. King- and Emperor were spoken of in such flattering terms that Japan could say no thing but good of the British Empire, and emphasise the fact that she was for peace, perfect peace, for ever. From this, we presume, she comes here — not for terri tory, but for wheat, meat and wool. Em pire Day was especially welcomed, for with it came the rain, and while friends and foes of Empire were scru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

HUH I I CD 161 GEORGE ST. WEST, ? niLLIE.fl9 SYDNEY, Coachbuilder and Saddler. Wa(ffoiiett«s m shown, £19 ro O, Buggiot and Sulkies at bottom prices. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. NI6N CLASS TEAS Our Special 101b, Tins sent carriage free to any TownBbip or Railway Station for 15/-, Tmrger quantities at reduced rates. FINEST QUALITY GUARANTEED. CENTRAL TEA CO., ' 'Sfii'li^ I tZ RABBIT POISONS, \ Phosphorlsod Whoat, Pollard &o., f f Syrup of Phosphorous, ^ ( CARBON BI-SULPHIDE. { i Read what Mr. Kyau says :— r - COPT. \ I Wallandool, Henty, N.S.W. f i ?- March 30th, 1906. \ \ Messrs. Cuming, Smith k Co. { | Melbourne. P \ Dtar Sirs, - } In reference to Carbon Bi-sulphide for 3 V fumigating. I am now, lifter extensive experi- I \ ments, going in for fumigating on a large scale, P \ as 1 consider that by this means and the aid of - J poison cartB the rabbit can be practically exter- - \ minatod on this property in about twelve I \ months. ? \ I have treated about 4000 aores of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

LOG AND STUMP JACK If you hare Stumpi, Roots, Stone*, or Logs to ele»r, or any heavy lifting to do, ,.?'? TRY THESE JACKS The; are used by thouiandi throughout Australasia, and their aale is rapidly increasing, whiob prorei their ralue. They are light, strong and durable, and the price plaoM them within the reaoh of all. Inquire from your Ironmongers, or write for Ilia* trated Catalogue to the makera, TREWHELLA BROS. ENGINEERS, TBENTHAM. VICTORIA. \ ABSOLUTELY THE BEST ON THE MARKET! V WITHOUT A RIVAL. NOVEL, USEFUL AND CHEAP. . I THE SELF-SETTING, EVER-READY, CATCH-'EM-ALIVE Easdown Rabbit Trap. c WI^KB^ We hold (indisputable proof that one trap haa - \ B&^^F caught B6O live rabbits In one day. I Farmers or Settlers afflicted with the peat should writo at once and learn all that wo gladly tell r about this wonderfully simple, certain an* small-priced invention. - FEIGE : 6/- each, or 54-/- per dozen on Bail or Steamer in Sydney, crating extra. V A perusal of thie reliable t...

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THE FORTHCOMING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

THE FORTHCOMING CONFER , ENCE. The appearance in our last issue of the report prepared by the Execu tive Council, and the fact mentioned in many of our branch reports that delegates are being appointed, indi cate the near approach of the An nuai L-onrerence or tne Farmers and Settlers' Association. The Confer ence has been fittingly called by the metropolitan press, 'The Farmers' Parliament,' for it is there that all .the weightier matters affecting the man on the land are discussed, with a view to the correction of existing abuses, the amendment of agrarian laws, and the introduction of im proved conditions all round, so that the lands of the State mav be framed and utilised to the best advantage of the individ ual owner or occupier and trhe com munity generally. For many years the Association had to struggle against the strongest adverse forces, and it was with the greatest difficulty that it could gain the ears ;..pf those in high, places chosen to govern the destinies of the Sta...

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TRACKING A FOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

TRACKING A FOX. Mr. Dulhunty, stock inspector, .of Dub- || bo, reports a smart piece of tracking by [I blackfellows. Noticing four aboriginal I men and a boy in his pad- 1 dock, near the stables^ he asked I what they were doing. They said, H 1 'Trcirbinrr a fnv.' Afr T')iilliiiT»t-v in- fli credulous, said, 'Get out; you're more I likely after my fowls.' The black£ello\vs I moved off, saying, 'We're after a fox I right enough.' On returning from the I show, Mr. Dulhunty men the blacks car- 1 rying a live fox. They had tracked rev- 1 nard to the hills alongside the river, fi chased him into a swamp, and captured j| him. I There is talk of a rabbit-canning fac- l| tory being started shortly in the vicinity ll of Canowindra. K

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THE PRESIDENTS MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

THE PRESIDENT'S MOVEMENTS. Invitations have been extended to Presi dent Perry by Brocklesby and Sevastopol, which he will accept. He will also visit Junee and Tumut before Conference on dates to be fixed.

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REMUNERATIVE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

REMUNERATIVE WORK. The following wires from various cen tres speak for themselves : — PEAK HILL, Saturday. — Owing to vig orous poisoning and trapping, rabbits are becoming somewhat scarce. During the past month large van loads of skins ar . rived in town almost daily. Trappers have been earning good money, as high as ,£4 per week per man. BUNGENDORE, Saturday.— The rab bit trade is very brisk — no unemployed in the dis.rict. NARRABRI, Saturday.— Rabbits still continue to thrive, and trappers to make excellent wages; lads of 12 and 14 make up to 17s. 6d. and £\ a clay. The scrub west of the town is reported to be more overrun than ever, burrows literally honeycombing the land. The P.P. Board are making rapid progress with the .bar rier fence round the eastern boundary of the Pilliga scrub ; 22 miles are to be constructed immediately, with the assist ance of the adjoining board. Last week four Peak Hill district rabbit trappers cleared ,£4 13s. 6d. a man for six clays' work. Recently...

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A FORWARD STEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

?^^»-^--V^ -O. ?*)» ?--? ?». A FORWARD STEP. Next week 'The Farmer and Settler' will appear in altered form, the change having been made necessary by the in creasing demands of advertisers, which were encroaching upon our news columns. Our readers will gain by the alteration, inasmuch as although there will be fewer pages, the sheet will be larger, containing seventeen additional columns, thus providinjr room for a lnrtrer nmnnnt nf reading matter. The enlargement will enable us to give prompt insertion to contributions which have now frequently to be held over, be sides furnishing room for articles and news on topics interesting to agricul turists, for which space could not be found in the past. We trust our readers will appreciate the change, and that the benefit resulting will be pronounced and mutual.

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