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Notes of the Week. A Magistrate and Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Notes of the Week. A Magistrate and Rabbits. The i'olicc jMuginLnilo ut, Wnyga,. Mr. Ueorge StuvoiiHon, IIIIH COIIIO iu tor a good deal or Hevcro criticism, from ni(!inl)L'r,4 of tlui l.'iiHturort Pro tection Hoard in. connection with )ii» attitude regarding tins Kabbit Act and its adiuitiiHi.ratioii, 111 dealing with a case against tlit* manager or the Alerrulebalc Estate, in tlm .Junee district, recently, the I'.iU. expressed the emphatic opinion that tlie Act should not he operated during the shearing season when men were busy ana labor was scarce. He stated that ho had dismissed several cases be fore the Narrandera Court upon this ground-that it was not fair to ex pect landholders to continue the de struction of rabbits in the shearing time, as men were not available for the work, and the owners were them selves too busy to give the ordinary amount of attention to the matter,. In tho case under notice the P.M. imposed a nominal fine. At tho last mooting of tho Pastures Protectio...

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

NOTES. Doncaster (Vic.) fruitgrowers are arranging to send a shipment of pears to London. It is p»oposed that 5000 or 10,000 cases of William Bon Chre tien pears should be shipped in special ly prepared chambers, and that Mr. French, of the Government cool stores at Doncaster should be sent in charge of fruit. Sultanas, currants and raisins are in a backward condition, owing to the absence of good, drying weather. The chances are that unless we set some hot days the fruit will not dry so heavily as it should. It will be later ripening, and more difficult to handle. The hot weather is neces sary to develop the sugar, and when the sugar is not active, the weight is not there, The fruit always dries light in seasons when heavy rain has occurred, while it has been ripening. The crop of sultanas, currants, and raisins is fully up to the usual stan dard as far as i|iianti<y is concerned; but the prunes will give a heavier crop than we have had for many seasons, A Walla Walla vi...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Men of the Day's March A LEARNED FARMER. Mr. R. D. WATT, M.A., B.Sc. Agr. First Professor of Agriculture at Sydney University. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

^ Men of the Day's March A LEARNED FARMER. Mr. R. D. WATT, M.A., B.Sc. Agr, First Professor of Agriculture at Sydney University. Pretty well every industrial rostd nowadays leads up to tlie University. The latest track to lie blazed is agri culture, and at tlie head of it the first Professor is waiting with an academic hoe. Of course, the new Professor is Scotch. Parritch has done much for him. A braw laddie with his head a long way up from his boots, he looks as though lie could be safe for a job at full R.VV.U. rates if ever things go bad with him at the Uni versity. Me has been sojourning on earth for only twenty-nine years, out notwithstanding this he lias managed to appropriate most of the alphabet, for the dccoration of his name. For instance, he first got away with M.A. (Master of Arts) and J3.Sc. Agr. Bachelor , of Science in Agriculture). Then he acquired N.D.A. and N.D.U. These are not divinity degrees, but dairy diplomas. Finally, he is an F.C.S. (Fellow of the Chemical S...

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

The F.S.A. Planks. I, Railway Extension, including the opening of new ports, ex tension and duplication of railways, improvement in tran sit facilities generally; the Jinking up of existing systems and connccting of border lines. 9, Land Settlement to be para mount over revenue: (a) Resumption of improve ment leases, snub leases, and iHlb seriiou leases suitable for r<-sidentiu| Settleme nt, (1)) RetMimptiuii of lar^e et> (ales fur purput.rb of closer s. . 11!i? 1111? 111. (c) JVoVl'.'iul) iul Walk men's IiIui !i. 3, Pf'ec||o|il I r 11 li i r, ,1;, 11J / J iu;ir 11 to ?>»tiolliifi: ,tiiuU ,,j jiini!, 4, Tile rliuji i u| f 111111 '? in uppli J'itHl!> Ull'b i < 'tuwil 1,Mild:, /m < , 0, J'lntllt'lM III til'lll «.| i« I'lMU .!!.' '. ftiPIlt "|l iipl'li' t £' < < / 41 !,( nil itlil'l jlfc'bj Ul'di I I I ' idt III In 1 1 ? I i I' fHftit » >'Inli11' ?'I . 6, "I 'f'l iiHi | In i.n ?yiPIM till HI I II11 i 111.1 i j ni i u| I...

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

ATTENTION is directed to the fact that u The Land" is the only Journal entitled to speak officially on behalf of the Farmers and Settlers' Association of "New South Wales* It is commended by the Executive of that Association to the sympathy .v and support of Members and of countrymen in general. It is a Journal owned and controlled by primary producers. It belongs to the country and exists to reflect country opinion, Get into touch with it! ' Send your suggestions for increasing its interest and usefulness CIRCULATION CERTIFICATE. The Managing Editor, "Tlu},Laiul" Newspaper Co., Ltd., Sydney. Dear Sir,- , ; I hereby certify that I liavo inspected the necessary books and documents relating to tlio circulation of "The Land," and that at least eighteen thousand (18,000) copies of the issue of the 27th January, 1011, wore printed and distributed. , ',. Yours faithfully, Sydney, 2nd February, 1011. ALBERT E. BARTON, F.I.A.V., A.C.P.A., Incorporated Accountant, Challis House, Sydney. I ce...

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

Water Supply. In this State tlicit! art! f>tl towns which own their .schnne of' walor .supply, under (lie Country Towns Water .Supply ami Sewerayo Acts. The total cost hi' these works is i.'jii)U.Oili). A tender tor supply ami erection ot' puiiipin;! machinery tor i.hiiriiiili water supply, has just lieen accopiisij hy the |'11111i.p .Works Department. Anioiiii'' I ll\ crell I'oiiiicil has iiilnplcd I lie I loV'el'tlllielll pl'opo:.ei| Wilier supply ;>i' II i . 11U' tor the town. 'I'he emit (li es| iiilil I ci| (It t'ID.tUlll. *1 (1 III II I Ollll.il li,i. I e.vh I'll II |||| I C| II oil! I lie \\ "| | ;> I l.'pl! I I llllll/t , i.Inline I ho I i.i.'p., v,.ii' In iiij; lii|i|i|| 10 r* ei \ t? ,i it ,i i. ,i iii 'l :\ m| / I .'.-el \ e ill I >.l I i I l.i |i. |i ' .! plllllil' U II I I I lllj.' J 11.1 > . . I.Ill . II. ll p| ll.'l'l|l||'|l j.f e I n ? | ,i II \ I i ni ji I li ,i I I '.'.n 111.1111 1)1) I .' pet I III oilllll 'I lie I' II! I'll . I Ml i '.i I I I'l I'll...

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

Fencing Not Fighting I.I l"l» It's the fence that steps the fight. It is a strong combination of King-Loc Special gauge, toughened steel wircP and King-loc Droppers which cattle can't shift. There's no fence on earth so secure-against animals, the weather, and the fire fiend. MEND YOUR WAYS Use King-loc 121 Gauge Light Wire | FOR YOUR FENCES AND THEY'LL NEED NO MENDING It has the greatest breaking strain, is the most pliable and reliable, and saves cost in weight of wire and freight by weight Write for full particulars-it's a good move towards economy and satisfaction. King-loc Patent Dropper-Best of All. There's no Dropper like the King-loc. It is easy to fix but difficult to shift. Very few wood posts are needed, so the risk of losses by fire are reduced to a'minimum. King-loo Droppers are .made by us in several lengths for various designs of fences to suit all kinds of stock. Write for information it's worth while. FOR KING-LOC WIRE: King-loc LM. Station Requisite Specialists and...

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

Health Matters. It, is rebuilt<>d (hut, certain matters conconiin# tins -Uiirriimbiirrali Conn ,-iI are not, in u very satisfactory con dition At tin; lust meeting "f 1 lio old Council, (lie aldermen rejected the estimates tor 1!) 11, Mandatory or ders have been received I'roill the t!o veriiment to instill the sanitary sys tem within two months; also a, sys tem ol' parhap' eolicctioii, failing which the penalties imposed by the Ad will be cnJ'ojved. The Mayor and three Aldermen did not oiler tlicin se|\ es lor i'i' idei'l ion. A I la.it llleel i ll!l ol' I lie Wellington Coiiniil, ihc In»|»ei'lor reportim| that seu-n ea.-e- oi' lyplioid and three ol' di|d|l J)« i'ill hinl been nofillcil since I,1 :?! lite. I lie!. Oil !iei ||!! listed I .1II aIdcj nicii iI lie had any n io ; 1111»IJ11 I' I lie I ll 11 11| e(i |. o I'III i I 111 I I 11 ! | < l . 11 I lie \\ II I I'I ? 11! > I > I \ , lie ,.jl i'l : 'All, |M e\ I'l \ e,l,e III I \ |illnii| , lllie I, i ...

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

Rejected Nominations. A large number of nominations have been rejected this year by the . various returning officers, on account of the candidates not having paid all sums due for rates and charges "prior to the seventh clear day before the day of nomination," as provided in .Section 70 (a) of the Local Govern ment Act. It is evident that the ex pression is improperly interpreted, for in many cases we hear of these charges having been paid one day too late. Exception is taken by some to this provision that makes it impera tive for candidates to be clear on the books. True, it may be somewhat hard in some cases, but: we contend that it should not- only be impossible for a person to be nominated to a seat on the council board, but that no sitting alderman should be allow ed to be in arrears with his pay ments to the council. Only recently it was reported that t wo members of a certain council owed over £200, ex tending over more than one year, and no attempt had been made lo recover t...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shire and Municipality Local Government Labour Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Af* Shire and Municipality Local Government Labour Candidates. . "The Land" will welcome discus sion upon matters specially affecting shires and country municipali ties, and will as far as possible, furnish specific information in answer to questions. In the history of municipal govern ment in this Wtate no periodical elec tions ever caused HO much interest and enthusiasm as those that have just taken place. This applies equal ly to shires, whose doctors have not had so many opportunities to display their zeal in civic all'airs or to exer cise their franchise. The importation of party feeling is largely responsible for this. Hitherto, tho question of nominating Labour candidates, as ' such,' was never seriously advocated, out since the success in other direc tions by the Labour candidates, it has boon foreshadowed that in a largo number of shires and municipalities candidates would be run in tho in terests of Labour. For many reasons \t is to be deeply regretted that party politics ...

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

THE UPPER RICHMOND. The Upper Richmond in now re ceiving much attention from dairy men. A great area of admirable country, which linn been worked for years in large holdings for breeding horses, and fattening cattle. Big properties, such an Stratheden, Dyraaba, Runny mcde, Wyangcrie, Tooloom, VVooden bong, have either been cut up or are in process of subdivision. As fast as l.lii! land is thrown open in suitable dairying sizes, it is snapped Hp by one or other of the invading foreo, and in a few years something more than ii. living is derived from well filled paddocks. ' These are tlio forces in operation in the Upper Richmond to-day, and there is no centre in this diversified State Unit is filling up more rapidly. Settlement is pushing its way for miles back, amongst the foothills of the main range, right up towards Acacia Creek, near the Queensland bonier, every corner is embraced, and wherever the soil has sufficient strength to respond to the generous rainfall, one sees the smok...

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

Maintenance Men. The Engineer of Blacktown Coun cil, in his annual report, stated that the greater portion of the works have heen carried out by the gang system. This has given every satisfaction and works out more economically and expeditiously than the contract sys tem, where there is not too much haulage to he done.

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

Mayoral Elect! Between the 1st and 15th of this month, all Councils must, under Sec tion 35 (5) L.G. Act, elect their Pre sident or Mayor, Each year during the last three years, a number of councils failed to do this, and the re sult was much annoyance, trouble, and, unfortunately, bitter ill-feeling. The case of Temora was a notable example, eventuating in the total dis solution of the Council for a time. Such conditions are to be deeply de plored, as no good can eventuate. A .Mayor or President of a council there must be, and lie must be a member thereof, and if the time goes by with out an election talcing place, then the Governor may appoint some member of the Council to the position. Such appointments rarely meet with the unanimous approval of the Council concerned, and unpleasantness fol lows, more or less, all the year round. New regulations bearing on this sub ject. have been gazetted, which will greatly facilitate the selection of that ullieer, and as it is now pretty gene ...

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

Payment of Aldermen and Council lors. A Bathurst paper says that the dearth of candidates for the election of aldermen is ascribed to the lack of monetary recompense to aldermen for the time lost. Nearly all the members of the present Council have been interviewed 011 the subject, and the majority arc absolutely opposed to the proposal." The question of payment of members, as applied to Local Government Councils is prac tically modern, and while a liberal supply of eligible candidates can be found ready to submit themselves from time to time to the vote of their constituents to represent them in the local council, it is to be hoped that payment for the services ren dered will be most strenuously opposed by all ratepayers who take an interest in civic affairs in their district. As a general rule, plenty of intelligent business men, able and willing to de vote their time to that purpose, and philanthropic enough to devote their time to assist in making the condi tions of life more hea...

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

Elections, Vury trilling HMJlh-i' to imi)»o nw)iiwlii»i jw|)»r iniunniU, Ai Ai )/»)',v IJ)» j'l'l iiroijm uliii'it)' jojoi'lDf) ono Iwinnw Did MiiiiiliitnlM'h ijiirwiniii \vn» phwil Iwl'mv hi* lvvi> l !|)i'it>!ini) IIIIIIWU, WllWIIH I lit) lilinMJIIU Jwwi liittl, no in u ulyiiii tlJM A Jinlllinn lnirt IIMMII |)i'»mnnii!i| io l)it> AIIiiMmi' I mi' J'IIMIM Wurlvij, urn Im IIIIII Him ri'lurnliiH mIIIumi' i'nr JiflH>llllll| HIlil'M llH r»H|l|iinl «'i| III |ii MIJMJI till) JlUlllilllHiwiifi I'Mi'MlllI}' llilinl' m in I'm' A I'litliifj, M, <l, Dunlin, jiimiiiIIMI' l'»ic IJIIIIIM.V, Inif. Iiupii in l'ii)'JHi"l !»>' llii' IiMjiiiriiin'ii 1 1 mi I'nli l|il Wlll'lilli I Inn III" urn 11 Ml' i» iiu' HUM III wllll'll I lit) M Ijliol Ml' |» MllllnjWMI'Mll ))J* l)l|i J>M»'Ul liHVMI'lllllMIII Ami III ill lM»w» A l?»f»uhhifi Am> I'milhu' yntiijilb'Uibm IHiyu tm>DP ml hi I'h'htn wiinli'iiwJIiy, In i'iuijimm' I lull Hllll |||M HnlllilflHilHIt fur JlllMJ' 1)1)1/1 f it...

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

/u= 1 ==A THE TURF. FIXTURES. The following nice meetings are announced: - Feoruary. 4.-Canterbury Park Races. 4.-CesHMocIc C. Races. 4.-Baan Jinn R.C. Races. 0 and 7.-Moruya R.C. Annual Meet ing. 7.-Binalong R.C. Meeting. 7 and 8.-Western Districts R.A. Meeting at Orange. 8.-Ardlethan J.C. Races. 8. and J).-Arinidale and New Eng land J.C. Races. 10.-Arinidale Hospital Benefit Races. 10.-Spicers Creek A.R.C. Meeting. 11.-Moorefield Races. 11.-Spring Ridge Amateur Races. 11.-Newcastle J.C. Races. 11.-Wallerawang J.C. Races. 15.-Coolah J.C. Races. 15.-Gouric A.R.C. Races. 15 and If).-Quirindi J.C. Races. 17.-Reids Flat J.C. Races. 18.-Maitland J.C. Races. 18.-V.A.T.C. Autumn Meeting, Mel bourne. 18.-Warwick Farm Races. 22.-Gulargambone J.C. Races. 22.-Casino Hospital Benefit Meeting. 24.-Yetman J.C. Races. 25.-Roseliill Races. 25.-Wallsend J.C. Races. 25.-V.A.T.C. Autumn Meeting, Mel bourne. March. 1.-Eugowra J.C. Races. 10.-Gloucester Park J.C. Races. 15.-Locldiart R.C. Meeting. 17.-...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS ON DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

NOTES AND COMMENTS ON DEFENCE. The outcome of the initial steps taken by the Defence Department for the establishment of a military remount system will be watched with more thai: passing interest "in other countries than 'Australia. The old system of hiring horses required for Field Artillery purposes has been done away with, and already small committees of officers are engaged in the selection and purchase of horses suitable for work in the guns. These are to be broken in by contrac tors before they are handed over to the permanent field artillerymen, who will afterwards have to train them up to special requirements, and will have general control of them. For this latter purpose, field bat tery depots will be established in the vicinity of Sydney, Melbourne, and (perhaps) Urisbane; but the idea is to ultimately establish one or nioro breeding stations in suitable coun try, and supply the whole of the re quirements tor J-'etJora I-perhaps, even State-government services, and also to...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tommy Cornstalk (The name "Tommy Cornstalk." is used with due apologies to Mr. J. H. M. Abbott.) ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

(^====== ^ Tommy Cornstalk v\ Correspondence upon matters of interest to the defence force, and questions of defence will be welcomed in connection with this column. Request;* for information will ba complied with, v/ith as little delay as possible, consistent with the space available in each issue. (Tho nnmo "'I'mtuny t'oi jiHlalk/' in nserl with due iijiolci^icH to Mr. J. II. M. Abhott.) ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. II.F," fMndgoo).-Yon win the bet. The o 111 rain warn in the British Army before tliey cat no to Australia -tieiieml Gordon in the Roy ill ArtiJ lory; Colonel Lystor in (lie 71 «t High land Light I n fan Try; Colonel Wnl luclc in the Middlesex Regiment (4th .Battalion). Major Buckley, who is now on the High Commissioner's stair in London, gained his early training with the Royal Engineers (Militia). "V.M.R." (Wodonga).-There is only a portion of a company-not, a full company-of the Rangers at Koondrook (Vic.). The unit is made up with detachments at Kerang and Swan Hill....

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

WQ>HRN TO WOMEN. l)l»i | 'j'Jll) )||*» whb'h iiffii'Miul mi fniftO !i»»i Wi'nlj 01 ili»t I'lUllJllulllW 01 fhililtft'U IlllR fI'll i/t thy iulwl timt jimh'JI uiwii my i»> ijMliU ittf II# »Jl|| if jmpM) iuuIII Iti' iifiiili' it iliiiiiDt*! ihfViiffh whh<h #»)»')> UititiwiHhw nm4 lie mi ii'jiih Mill* iiiiiiiiti r to mi MiIm»I' tf|lM JJMI)' III' il'M I'NJII'lii'lllTf! JliMJl JmwJJ hiwi-pHy J* )ly» Ml l|ll|?J||lllll, VM' UI K 0 lit) il itt i'»'M«iii liiuf 'umb ihtinl' mint >l>w» il t iHul lij» mity hifth woimiti, mil ») mull MI ihh>»> nt />hn<t<tr, iVjIiM Hm ii'ttml, hk! i* mmitif >i i»ij/i' /imij1!j> iiMhk "/ily In»> ilWh lltiu>if WHiJIH'M WtiH' id uli li'liui# til filmm* iutil ivliw iiMl l jiiiipl; il Mm jmi.h IMUi/l# I" |""f tin Hmii nun' fa Dim' <u>m<m fay tmump* ml nmlmw It my timnt hi mm mw Jf«Mi riw* iv.wmW mimhw Ihv »n v . in# »f»iu'hnm mi' my t H* ,vmj «m iiitm'rl ytnII III l lii# ...

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

UNREGISTERED RACE MEETINGS. Owing to tlie prevalence of the practice of holding unregistered race meetings, the A.J.C. committee are compelled to notify those concerned that in all future cases, the provi sions of rules G and Ca will be strict ly enforced. The former rule says, among other things, that "If a horse, other than a pony, run at any un registered meeting, such horse, and the owner, lessee, trainer, and rider thereof, shall be disqualified for all races at any registered meeting, and every horse or pony owned by such owner, lessee, trainer, or rider, or in which it shall be proved to satisfac tion of the committee of the club that such owner, lessee, trainer, or rider 1ms any interest whatever, may be disqualified for all races at any registered meeting," while (la sets out that "If a pony run in any race at any unregistered meeting for which horses standing over M hands Sin. are eligible to be entered, such pony and the owner, lessee, trainer, and rider thereof, shall be...

Publication Title: Land, The
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