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WIRE NETTING IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

WIRE NETTING IN VICTORIA. The Victorian Premier has informed a deputation from the north-eastern district councils that 'if yood security were given he would be prepared to advance money for the purchase of wire netting, which he believed was the best means of dealing with rabbits. He was very dubious as to Dr. Danysz's scheme of inoculation.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATISTICAL FEDERALISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

STATISTICAL FEDERALISATION. Under ordinary circumstances farmers and settlers would not receive as a spe cially interesting- item1 of news an an nouncement of appointments to any other than the Lands Department, and the recent elevation of Mr. Knibbs to the post of Federal Statistician might therefore have been passed over without mention in vue&e cuiumns. x-ut tne esiaDiisnment or a Federal Statistician's office will mean something to the agriculturists if the ar rangements contemplated are carried out. It is proposed to have agricultural returns and tables of imports and exports so set out that producers will be able to see at a glance what articles now being imported may be produced here to advantage. Re turns will also be furnished showing the consumption in each State of the various goods. Reliable figures of this kind must prove of great value to the farming com munity, inasmuch as they will, by clearly indicating the extent of the market avail able for foodstuffs and ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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WHEAT AND WOOL RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

WHEAT AND WOOL RETURNS. During last week there were 14,566 bags of wheat received at Darling Island, which meant a decrease of 1 3)932. The season's total is now 1,590,939 bags, or an increase of 65,127. During the past few weeks the decreases over correspond ing weeks of last year have been rather marked, and the improvement for the sea son, which at one time meant a respectable total, is being rapidly reduced. The ship ments for the week were 3955 bags, and the total sent away this year has been 957,727. At Darling Island there are 169,985 bags stacked in the sheds. Only 46S bales of wool came to hand in the week, a decrease of 21. For the season 658,771 bales have been received, an in crease of 143,5s 1. Mr. S. Hazlett, homestead lessee, near Walgett, has applied for permission to construct a weir 3ft. high across the Barwon. Apples now being grown at Yass by an ex-student of the Bathurst Experimental Farm are described by a prominent fruit merchant as 'the finest in the world.' ...

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

Telephone 4238. 'Cfte farmers Settler,' THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF The Farmers' and Settlers' Association of N.S.W. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Price: One Penny. 5/- per Annum, post free The Editor, Mr. T. I. Campbell, General Secretary of the Association, will be glad to receive contributions from all who have anything to write about which may be of interest or value to the farmer and settler. It will be very convenient if all matttr intended for publication ia written upon one side of the paper only, and as briefly and as much to the point as possible. All matter should reach the Editor on or before the Saturday in each week for publication on the Wednesday following. While 'Thx Farmer and Settler' will prove a very valuable menriB of communication between the Execu live Officers, the 160 odd Branch Secretaries, and tht whole of the Members, the aid of every one is requisi tioned to render perfect the enterprise now entered upon. Itemo of intelligence, experience*, suggestions, aneo dotes, o...

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

OIL ENGINES HORNSBY PATENT SAFETY. jm The most Economical, Reliable -Sk Durable HA Motive Fowon* for the Station and Farm. 8& STATIONARY TYPE. n, ft, , . ^^'^S^^^^^^^?^ %-nPiNer Sheep Shearing ^^M^^§^^£S^ ?Fiilwi PORTABLE TYPE. Hi THE 'BALTIC' SEPARATOR ^y6* RECORD SKIMMER ^R&f ? OF THE WORLD. ? ^P^ AWARDED 11 GOLD MEDALS AND 24 FIRST w«|flE|@| PRIZES IN ONE SEASON. ^Stffii^i^ Prices & Particulars on Application to R. HORNSBY & SONS, ™ Hay market, Sydney ; Spencer Street, Melbourne. [Kindly mention this paper when wiling.

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WHAT IS A NOXIOUS WEED? [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

WHAT IS A NOXIOUS WEED? A noxious weed may be briefly des cribed as a plant of no pastoral or ag ricultural value, and contending with her bage, grass, and farm crops, often to their serious depreciation, for the pos session of the soil, robbing it of its fer tility and giving nothing in return. — Fred. Turner, F.L.S.

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MORTALITY AMONG STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

MORTALITY AMONG STOCK. Four splendid cows, in first-class con dition, belonging to Mr. E. J. Kingston, of Baan Baa, suddenly dropped down dead, having previously shown no illness whatever. The Ballina stock inspector went out to investigate. Out of a lot of 600 ewes travelling from Binalong to Cootamundra, about 50 have uitu iiuiu wucii ia au[j[jusi:u iu uc nils lie poisoning, on the Rocky Ponds reserve. The ewes were in lamb, and consequently more susceptible to thistle poisoning than usual. Mr. James Bullock, of Blayney, lost two valuable horses last week from some mysterious disease, tlie symptoms of which resemble strangles. The bodies of the animals affected swelled, and they became blind, before death. Numerous theories are advanced as to the cause of death, but it is not generally believed that food or drink are the important factors. Mr. M'Kellar, of Hobby's Yards, also had a horse die suddenly. The stock inspector, Mr. C. B. King, examined the body and declared death to lie...

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WILLIS-TREQUAIR EQUITY CASE. WILLIS TO BE EXAMINED IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

WILLIS-TREQUAIR EQUITY CASE. WILLIS TO BE EXAMINED IN SOUTH AFRICA. Judgment was delivered by the High Court on Thursday in the case in which Mary Willis and Patrick Rea appealed against a judgment of the State Full Court in an action brought against them by G. E. Trequair. The appeal was from a judgment by the Chief Judge in Equity, who granted a commission for the examination of W. N. Willis in South Africa in relation- to certain improvement leases, connected with which a mortgage was purported to have been executed by Patrick Rea to Michael Hayes, to secure an alleged advance of £15,000 from Hayes to Rea. The High Court reversed the judgment of the Full Court, and the Chief Justice (Sir Samuel Griffith) ' in delivering judg ment, quoted the rule in the case of Wil liams against the Mutual Life Association of Australasia, laid down by the Supreme Court. The Chief Justice, in giving judgment in that case, said : 'I am pre pareci to lay clown tins principle, that as soon as a plain...

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MONDAY, MAY 28. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

MONDAY, MAY 28. SHEEP. There were 8273 sheep, including lambs, penned, the bulk of the sheep be ing of good quality, with a few extra prime. There was a full attendance of buyers, and prices ruled on a par with previous week's quotation. Six hundred extra prime merino wethers sold from 19/11 to 23/9; the best of others sold from 15/- to 19/4, medium from 12/6. Ewes sold from 10/- to 14/8. There was not a sufficient number of crossbreds forward for quotations. J. C. Young & Co.— E. C. Blomfield, Black Mountain, 65 w 14/7, 160 w 11/7,' io stags u/-j 89 w 10/-, 153 w 12/10 to . 12/11; A. E. Bigg, Armidale, 119 w n/4, 241 w 3/-, 133 w 14/9 Wilkinson & Lavender, Ltd — H. Os borne, Cowra, 48 xbW 18/10 to 19/1, 97 xbw 1 6/ 1', 39 w 16/11, 105 w 14/6; C. C. Sellar, Cooma, 89 e n/-, 17 e 9/4. Joseph Leeds & Co;— A. Buchanan, Burren, 41 e. 12/-, 46 xbe 11/6, 23 e 9/4, 85 e 13/7, 63 xbe 14/- to 14/1, 55- xbe IS/3» W. Buchanan, Narrabri, 51 e 10/3, 8 cross breds! 18/-, 2...

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

LARGEST WOOL SELLING HOUSE IN AUSTRALASIA. DalgCtV* Company ^y J Limited. G) Cupitul Fully Subscribed ... £4.000,000. Capital Paul Up ? £1.000,000. Reserve Fund ? £105,000. WOOL, GRAIN and PRODUCE BROKERS, SYDNEY. Wool Commission: 2 per Gent. AUCTION SALES— Rabbit. Opossum, Kangaroo Skins, &c, held regularly Account Sales Rendered Promptly. j FARMERS & SETTLERS \ rOKWABD TODB PRODUCE TO I ) 139 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY, f c Who will get you the highest market ratei, | | eharg* lowed possible commission, and send \ C you return! day after Sale. Auotion Ralei | - daily at Kedfern. New and .Second-hand Bap* J r in Stook. Our Hankers are The City Bank of f \ Sydney (Western Branch), \ |: consign to i ! PRESCOTT Ltd. | ', i (Established 185O) i I; 336 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY. I ; 1 The Oldest, Largest and Treading ; 1 j Wholesale Produce Salesmen and ' / Auctioneers in N.S.W. ! t '-. — . —. ? ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ -**nnftrj - '— -* ^ ^ m — ? — . — . Send your WHEAT, CHAFF, HAY, POTATOES, ET...

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

CATTLE. There were 952 yarded, made up of from good to prime quality, in which were a fair number of prime cows. Buyers were in full attendance, but the market was somewhat easier than Monday's val ues. Best beef may be quoted at 25/- per ioolb. Best bullocks .sold from' ,£8 to ,£10, good from ,£6/10/; steers from ? ,£4/10/; cows, best, sold from ,£7 to ,£9, a few extra choice to ,£10; others from ?&'. Resume of sales :— Joseph Leeds and Co.— J. Ireland, Wal cha Road, 11 bullocks to ,£8/14/-, avg I £8/13/-, 13 cows to £8/0/-, avg ,£6/2/-;. P. I Wall, Walcha Roadj 18 heifers to ,£6/3/-, \ avg ,£4/2/10. .'.' I Weaver and Perry.— \y. Nicholson, Bre- I warrina 64 cows to £8/13/-, avg £7/17/.; W. P. Bowman, Muswellbrook, 30 bul locks to .£10, avg- £9/11/2; W. M. Sevil, Murrurundi, ? 9 bullocks to £7/5/-; A. M. _? White, Deepwater, 36 bullocks to £7/10/-, avgr £7/4/10; Southern agents, 8 bullocks at £7/6/-, 13 cows to £5/16/-, aver £5/4/1 ; Southern agents, 13 steers at £5/8/-. J....

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A FODDER PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

A FODDER PLANT. The Messrs. Schipp, farmers, of Pal mer's Channel, on the Lower Clarence, have experimented with two acres of the Mauritius bean by .planting in the maize fields. It has made wonderful growth, to the detriment of the maize, and the ex perimenters would not sow it amongst the corn again. It is a fine fodder, cattle and horses eating it readily. The bean re sembles ' a* broad bean, and the Messrs. Schipp state that it makes a good ferti liser, restoring the productive properties of worn-out lands.

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THE POULTRY FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. Report Friday's Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

THE POULTRY FARMERS' COOPER ATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. Report Friday's Auction. New-laid eggs were scarce, and sold readily at from 1/6 to i/7*d. Duck eggs, 1/3 to 1/6. All classes of poultry were in active de mand. Muscovy ducks to 3/8, Muscovy drakes to 6/-, English ducks 4/- to 4/6. Cockerels, small sorts, 3/6 to 4/6, prime to 7/-. Old hens, medium 2/6 to 3/-, prime fat to 3/6. Suckers, 5/- to 7/6. Lysafcht's Rabbit-Proof Netting. ?Present ruling rates at per mile: — Class. 42m. 36in. 'A,' 1} x 17 . . £45 00.. £40 o o 'B,'.ii x 17... 42 00 .. 37 IS o 'A,' ii x 17 .. 38 10 o .... 33 o o 'B,' ii x 17 .. 36 o o .. 30 10 o if6 x 17 .. 34 10 o . . 29 10 o ij x 18 .. 33 12 6 .. 28 15 0 ij-x 18 .. 27 12 6 . . 23 15 o Special prices quoted for large orders.

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

CATTLE. ? There were 880 head of cattle yarded, the bulk of. which were prime weighty bullocks, with but few of medium quality, the balance being cows and heifers of from good to extra prime quality. Tin: general comment was that, taken as a whole, this was the . best quality cattle yarded for some considerable time. Buy ers were in full attendance, but lower values had to be accepted. Best bullocks made to about 24/- per ioolbs., and best cows to 23/- per ioolbs. Heavy weight lighter from £7/10/-, steers from £6. Best heavy cows made from £S to £9/18/-, good from £5/10/-, others from £3. J. C. Young & Co.— R. D. Porter, Quir indi, 7 bullocks to £10/1/-, avg £9/6/-, 3 cows to £9/18/-, avg £8/13/-; W. Fingle ton, Gurley Siding, 6 heifers to £6/17/-, avg' £4/1 1/2, 8 steers £3/12/-; estate late J. Charters, Narrabri, 1 1 cows to £7/10/-, avg £6/10/10; J. 0'H.eir, 23 cows and heif ers to £3/19/-, avg £3/9/7 Harrison, Jones & Devlin, Ltd. — A. G. F. Munro, Moree, 17 stee...

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

LAMBS. There- were about 180 penned of from fair to good quality, and they sold from in '2 to 13/9. Maiden Bros. — Mrs. E. E. Doyle, 31 at 13/9, 67 at 13/7 to 13/9, 47 at 12/-; South ern agents, 8 at 12/-; estate W. Cary, 14 at 10/2. ' — — —

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

i m in tarn ? u i ? ? wwp^wwwwwi mmiiw mmmi.i m m wiw wwin ? qp«wiiii»ui)i'Hpg«ag^wwg»g^^ TO WHEAT GROWERS, LIVE STOCK OWNERS, DAIRY FARMERS I I AND ALL MEN ON THE LAND, . S SUPPORT YOUR OWN SELLING AGENCY. I CONSIGN ALL YOUR PRODUCE TO US. I We have your very beBt Interests at heart. We make every effort to obtain Highest Market Prices. Our Commission Charges are the Lowest. We have Expert Salesmen In each Department. ? We have Branches in all the most important business centres W We send Account Sales and Cheques Immediately after Sales. C Remember, we mean to succeed, and our success means your success, so do the correct thing and adont oo-oneratlve marketing by sending your produce to us for sale. i* ?* » annual turnover! The Largest and Oldest Co-Operative Selling subscribed capital i £500,000. Agency in the State. £48,698. Cbc Farmers' $ Settlers' Co=Operatioe Societp, etc!,, I 343, 345 Sussex Street, Sydney. S. J. OXLEY, General Manager. ! I^^^MnilMMHttflNHHllltfMBMfefltttt&a...

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

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MR. BARTON AND TYRANTS. To the Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

MR. BARTON AND TYRANTS. To the Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — Mr. Chas. A. Barton makes cer tain statements in his letter of 4th May. He says: 'We have never yet suffered ty rants of any class or description very long.' Why? Because they have been overthrown in Australia by the voting power of the people. He goes on to say: 'It is scarcely like ly, therefore, that we are going to stand the present tyranny of political trades unions very much longer, or suffer Social ists to crawl all over us.' How is he going to prevent it? The bulk of the votes in Australia belong to the land less and sympathisers of labor, and al though they may not use them for the. next few years, ultimately they will. .. There is always the danger of the pen dulum swinging too far over, and you can't prevent it by inviting your oppo nents to tread on the tail of your coat. Yours truly, ARGYLE McCALLUM. Good Hope, Yass, i8th May, 1906.

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"SPREADING THE NET." To the Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

'SPREADING THE NET.' To the Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — This is a reply to 'A Small Land holder,' whom for brevity 1 will desig nate 'Small.' Mr. Barton and 'Small' both used Mie phrase 'spreading the net' in their letters ; therefore, 'Ajax' had good grounds for by one individual. 'Small' now replies for Barton and himself against 'Ajax'' and 'J. F.' in the one letter. This proves that even if Barton and 'Small' are not one individual they are one in politics and sympathy. The little mis take of saying to one what ought -to be said to the other is not worth space to re ply to. If 'Ajax' is severely hit by con fiscation land tax before'Small' is touch ed, what is he crying about? It ought to be 'Ajax,' according to him, that should sing out first ; but they evidently do not belong to the one school, of poli tics. ' That makes the difference. 'Small' thinks we have had enough of dishonest laws, or 'land laws that put a premium on dishonesty.' Does he not know that the la...

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

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