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

DAIRY 8ALT. 11 GROWN ' Brand Extra Fine Dairy Salt is guaranteed ohemloally piu*. therefore recommended for Butter making. ' GLOBE ' Coarse Befined, guaracteed ohemioally pure for Baoon Curing. 11 CROWN ' Salt for Butter; ' GLOBE ' Salt for Bacon. ARTHUR BVSUSTON & SON, 17 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. Solo Aetenta-OOMMONWEALTH SALT REFINING CO., Ltd, n^ ^- in. (^^^ ir^ — ™ ?- n hi ^m ^m. a ^i — - — ^ — m ^ — - — . _ ? __ ? - . - ? ._ — - — — — _ ___ _ .

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CALVES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

CALVES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. There were 440 calves and yearlings yarded, comprising all classes, with but few prime heavies. There was a full at tendance of buyers, amongst whom were a few operating for outside purposes. The yarding proved too heavy for local re quirements, and taken as a whole reduced values had to be accepted when the qual ity was taken into consideration. Prime yearlings sold from 60/- to 70/-. Vealers sold from 40/-. Prime calves made to -5/-i good from 15/-, others from 4/^. Stoves sold from 10/- to 23/-, heifers being in most demand for restocking purposes. A good general rainfall would cause values to advance all round.

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General Review of the Markets. FAT STOCK MARKETS. ("Farmer and Settler" Special Report.) AT CORPORATION YARDS. PIGS. TUESDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

:«* General Review of the Markets. * FAT STOCK MARKETS. ('Farmer and Settler' Special Report.) AT CORPORATION YARDS. PICS. TUESDAY, MAY 22. There were igoo pigs penned, in which iill classes were represented, and the qual ity, taken as a whole, was from good to prime. Buyers were in full attendance, but as the yarding- was heavy, reduced values had to be accepted all round. Light baconers and porkers suffered the most, while prime backfatters and also prime weighty baconers were in demand at slightly reduced values. Quotations : — Backfatters sold from 40/- to 55/-; heavy baconers sold from 35/- to 40/- ; good from 31 G; others from 27/6. Heavy porkers sold from 20 - to 26/6 ; good from 1 5/- ; others cheaper. Suckers sold from 4/ upwards. Stores sold to 14/-. FRIDAY, MAY 26. There were 550 penned. This, added to hjoo penned on Tuesday, caused the sup ply to be too heavy for requirements ; therefore, a further reduction in values had to be accepted for all classes. The quality of th...

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

LAMBS. There were 3600 forward, comprising all classes, a large number being from good to prime, the balance being light and medium. Competition was much better than sales on Monday, and prices clearer. Best sold firm from 11/6 to 156, others cheaper. Principal sales hereunder : — Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd. — C. E. White, 36 12/- to 12/1, 57 10/4; Mrs. Scho field, 35 14/3 to 14/6, 23 13/6 to 13/9, 42 ?5/3 to 15/4; F. W. Bridge, 11 12/-; estate late G. Allen, 87 11/-. Winchcombe, Carson and Co., Ltd. — T. Boland, 20 15/1, 52 13/1, 31 11/3; West ern agents, Holmwood, 101 14/9 to 14/11; D. McLeod, 39 14/6 to 14/10; E. Price, 43 13/S; C. Price, 37 13/2; W. H. Crane, 110 I2/3, 97 10/3 to 11/-; J. McMahon, 120 1 1/9, 83 10/-, 27 9/1. Joseph Leeds & Co. — Mrs. Macintyre, 40 1 4/8, 49 13/4 to 13/5, 68 14/2. J. C. Young and Co.— J .A. Brown, 16 12/-; J. Gray, Wee Waa, 35 12/10 to 12/11, 14 10/6 to 11/10. Weaver and Perry.— E. S. Antill, 22 15/-, 16 13/2; C. E. Campbell, 92 14/3; J. ...

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POULTRY ON THE FARM. SILVER-LACED WYANDOTTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

— POULTRY ON THE FARM. SILVER-LACED WYANDOTTES. Touching the popularity of the Silver laced Wyandotte, there can be no ques tion. The beauty of a well-marked speci men, the reputation of the breed as layers, and their undoubted excellence as table fowls, combine to make them very highly regarded. The breed is of American ?origin, and was first mentioned in the poultry journals of that' country in 1S73/' unuer me name 01 seungnt cochins, it being stated that they had been produced ' by crossing Cochins with Silverspang led Hamburghs, and other bloo'd.' Under this designation, however, they never be came popular, and it was not until 1S80, ?or thereabouts, that they began to attract attention as Wyandottes. It is not certain that the earlier birds did not wholly 'die ?out, and as a matter of fact it was freely ?' stated that the second production had ?been derived on the one side from Light Brahmas, and while the evidence on the matter of origin is lacking in conclusive ness, its tend...

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AT FLEMINGTON. THURSDAY, MAY 24. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

AT FLEMINCTON. THURSDAY, MAY 24. SHEEP. There were 31,918 sheep and lambs yarded, in which there were a large num ber of much better quality than previous yardings for some time, particularly in the heavy class. Heavy rain fell prior to sales and during the forenoon, which o'uised the sheep to look their worst. Buyers were in full attendance3 including country people, who secured a large num ber of suitable stock for 'outside purposes. Taking the quality of sheep into consid eration, the market was slightly easier for the better sorts forward, with an advance on ihe medium quality, comparing with last Monday's sales. Quotations — Cross- bred wethers sold from 15;- to 17/6, ewes from 14 - to 17/-, some extra prime and weighty to 20/1. Merino wethers, best, sold from 17/- to 21/S, good from 15 -, others from 12/6. Ewes, best, sold from 11/- to 17/S, others cheaper. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd — W. Keys, Gunnedah, 113 w 16/10 to 17/-, 144 15/4; W. M. Burke, Moree, 215 w 17/6 to 17...

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INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS. This is a breed which in some quarters gets a great name. Years ago we were caught by an alluring circular, which en dowed them with all the good points of the perfect duck : — 'Wonderful layers : good for the table; small eaters,'1 and, to crown the catalogue of their virtues— 'noiseless.' They didn't even know how to quack ! After a trial, we can pronounce (-Kam fr\if introfC /nit^AII n*1l frill C V\ t'\ flmil'*t' 111 (will lall l«Jt V*l J yCl*Vl*W*£3*l liw^j *?*_» mw»w»J is as much a matter of strain as in the case of any 'laying' breed of fowls), but quite out of court as a market bird ; also, be it noted, they — although not so vociferously noisy as Aylesburys, Pekins, or Rouens— are not the 'silent members' that some of their advocates claim. Fur ther, they struck us as being less hardy than any of the varieties named, as one wet and by no means cold afternoon over half-grown Runners were 'down' all over the place with cramp. The breed came originally from...

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Veterinary Aids and Answers. ENLARGEMENTS OF THE JOINTS, Etc.—GENERAL REMARKS. Anatomy. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

?? Veterinary Aids and Answers. — :: r s r..= := = =s=;=:=:=:=;=a By B. B. LOEL, M.M.C.V.S. S.ri'-i-S-a ENLARGEMENTS OF THE JOINTS, EtO.— GENERAL REMARKS. Anatomy. In order to diminish friction between ?certain structures, closed membranous ?sacs, containing an oily fluid called syn ?ovia (joint oil), are placed between them. From injury, and sometimes apparently from mere weakness, there may ensue an ?effusion, of serum into one or more of these sacs. Thus we have in bog spavin an ?enlarcement of the svnovial membrane which lines the capsular ligament of the true hock joint ; in capped knee we find ?distention of the synovial bursal, which ?facilitate the movement of the extensor tendon over the front of the knee; and in 'thoroughpin there* is distension, of the ?synovial sheath which allows the per 'forans ''tendon to glide smoothly over the rocalcis (the bone that forms the point ?of the hogk). . ? .;?? ' '?? * *;' * These instances afford us examples of the three actions fespect...

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

-—THE HORSEMAN. ;-a-.agis=5s=s= 5 =:=:?; ?= S By 'CHILDE HAROLD.' gg===s There has been more than the usual unpleasantness this year between owners of horses, more particularly unclear the trotting sections, and judges at the vari ous shows. The endeavor all through should be to encourage a powerful, large boned horse, that will cause the trotting horse to be of use outside the racing track. This stamp of horse has been ex hibited at the- shows, but has not found favor with the judges. Their neglect, however, has not prevented country breeders from eagerly snapping them up for their stud farms, as evidenced by the sale of Almont Pilot, Cashier, Chieftain Junior, and others, country owners being ever on the lookout for animals of bone and substance. * * * The Hawkesbury Show once more prov ed that the trotting horse, is superseding all others as a favorite breed with the country people. In the stallion sections there were but four entries for all ages in the thoroughbred blood class ...

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

E. ALLAN'S Invaluable Horse Medicines Allan's Splint Cure, a certain, remedy for Splints and Ringbone, 3/0 per bottle s Gripe Drench, 4/. per bottltt Worm Powders, 4/- per dozen j Wound Lotion, 4/6 per bottle ! Cattle Drench, 4/- per tin. Horse Boots of all descriptions made to order. Writ* for Catalogue and Testimonials, Bole Address i E. ALLAN, 62 Story Street, Parkvlllo, Victoria

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ON THE WHARVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

ON THE WHARVES. A decided falling-off was noticeable in the arrivals of maize, and the market ex hibited considerable strength. Queens land reports prices firmer, so with the new month we look for higher prices. We quote to-day as follows : — Wheat. — Prime milling 3/6, good 3/5, rllirk'wlipnt il \ rn ?s/t4 M tinirniiri 5,'n fr- i I. per bushel. Maize. — Prime 2/8 (very firm), white and soft yellow 2/7 per bushel. Barley. — Choice malting to 5/-, feed to 3/6, Cape 3/3 to 3/6 per bushel. ' Oats.— -Short white N.Z. oats to 3/3, Al gerians 2/8 to 3/-, local short white oats 2/8 to 2/9, long white 2/5 to 2/7. Bran 1/- and Pollard. Chaff. — Choice 4/- to 43, good 36 to 3/9, inferior from 3/-, lucerne chaff 49 to 5/- per cwt. Oaten Hay. — Choice rack to 4/6, chaf fing quality from 3/6 to 4/- per cwt. Lucerne. — Prime dry green in small bales to 5/3, in large bales 49 to 5 - ; brown hay 4/- to 4/3, and soft new 3/6 to 3/9 per cwt. Potatoes. — Tasmanian redskins £$ to ^8,10'-, choice New En...

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

AT REDFERN. As is usual, the change in the weather conditions, coupled with the close prox imity to the end of the month, was re sponsible for an easier tendency in chaff and lucerne hay. The supplies, too, have increased ; so everything points to lower values until the new month opens. As we predicted in our last report, potatoes were firmer, and New England consign ments met with ready sale. Oats also had attention, and oaten hay sold well. TUESDAY'S SALES. Chaff. — From M'Kibbin, Brewongle, 3/3; Steel, Yathong Siding, 33; Roth well, Burwood, 3/5; Cullen, Bomen, 36; ex Homebush, 3/6 cwt. Lucerne. — From Johnson, Nemingha, 5/3; Callaghan, 4/10; Cain, green 4/10, brown 4/3 ; J. Sage, Moonbi, 4/1 1 ; Lnicl law, 4/9 ; ex Penrith, 3/9 cwt. Potatoes.— From Tierney, Black Moun tain, 8/1 ; ex Moss Vale, S/ii, and pump kins 5/3 per cwt. Pumpkins.-- -Kx Glen Innes, 33/-; ex Stonehenge, 39/- ton. WEDNESDAY'S SALES. Chaff.— From Nicholls Brothers, Willie: Ploma, 3'y, 3/11 ; Gray, Ganmain, 3/7...

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

FARM FOR SALE AT NYNGAN. (110 acres C.V. and 1,118 acres C.L.. fenced in five paddocks. Two Tanks. Houso of six rooms and kitchen two rooms. 100 acres Crop in, noa' ly all stubbed in and will bu secure from rabbits. 802 acres adjoining surveyed to malte up. For further information apply to ANDREW SCOTT, ''S^iT' THE GLORIOUS RAIN ?will cause ninny to part with the reserves of Wheat and other pro duce held on account of the pre vailing dry weather. NO NEED TO HESITATE ABOUT WHERE TO CONSIGN. 6. WASHINGTON WALKER AND CO., Mark Lane, Sydney. ARE THE BEST. We \inderstand selling, we know Wheat, and we watch the market closely. SEED WHEAT SUPPLIED. Carefully-selected Bobs, Comeback, King's Early and Manitoba. Bankers : — Bank of New South Wales, Sussex Street Branch.

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

DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter. — Choice loci., seconds SJd. to 9d. per lb. Bacon. — Prime factory sides sid. to 6d., special brands to 7c!. ; hams, in cloth Sd. to Sid., bagged gd. to gid., special brands to 1 id. per lb. Cheese. — Local prime loaf sid. to 6cl., prime large sid., inferior 4id., Kamcruka Cheddar 6d., Bodalla 64cl. Lard. — In bladders 6d., bulk sid. per lb. Honey.— Choice 3d. to 3icl., second quality 2d. to 2id. per lb. Beeswax. — From i'i to 1/2 per lb.

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

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

New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Company, ] P ^J Cf Limited, SYDNEY. m f (Established throughout Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain.) W L WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS. GRAIN AND LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. t Proceeds of all consign ments are placed in a separate TRU8T AC COUNT with our ' Bankers, pending pay ment to Consignors, ft Largest Sellers of Wool, Wheat and Marsupial Skins in Australasia. Liberal Cash Advances made to Pastoralists and Farmers. Free Storage of Grain offered to Growers. Regular Auction Sales of Wool, Sheepskins, Hides, Tallow, Marsupial Skins, Fat and Store Stock, &c. All Consignments received are entrusted for disposal to the care of highly efficient experts, which enables us to obtain absolutely the highest market price. Spacious and Well-grassed Paddocks at Flemington to accommodate Stock Consigned to us for Sale. SW' Advice Forms, Labels, &c, forwarded on Application. ACCOUNT SALES RENDERED PROMPTLY, COLONIAL AGENTS . I for David Har...

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THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 189O. President: Mr.J. PERRY, M.L.A. (Quirindi). VlCE'pRESlDENTS * Mr. J. WETHERSPOON (Glencoe). Mr. J. L. TREFLE (Temora). Treasurer : Mr. H. J. Crowe (Coolac). General Secretary : Mr. T. I. CAMPBELL, 84 Pitt Street, Sydney. Executive Council.: R. PATTEN (Wellington), L. COX (Wagga), W. P. DYCE (Currawarra), W. A. EWERS (Bena and Wamboyne), W. J. CARTWRIGHT (Sebastopol), F. PINKSTONE (Cootamundra), A. M'ARTHUR (Jerilderie), F. M' ROBERTS (Myall Creek), T. C. WORBOYS (Metropolitan Branch), E. BYRNE (Germanton), J. M'INERNEY (South Gundagai).

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

? 1 - the: 11 POULTRY FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED, \ QUAY & THOMAS STREETS, SYDNEY. ? Pure Bred Poultry Sales '' The Fifth Sale of tho Soason, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6th. in now aud more oxtensire promises, : PARKER STREET, HAYMARKET. Regular Tri-weelriy Sales of Eggs and Poultry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Full Market Rates and Prompt Returns assured. '- 11 THOMAS REID, Manager. .——?—?—?—?—«—?——?- The address of the 'fttvtnU*' is 63 Pitt Street, Sydney.

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

iBVnHsVHHffiliiilHiran I THERE ARE ONLY TWO iETHODS ! 1 H TWO SUCCESSFUL METHODS H ? OF EXTERMINATING RABBITS! ? H The N.S.W. Government Analyst, Mr. W. M. Hamlet, publicly announces that MM H Babbit-proof Fences and the Poison Cart are the most successful remedies to ^H H employ against the Eabbit. H| H (flBs^K** Don't wait— of waste time— on experiments, H ? qB^V Infectious disease cannot wholly exterminate! H H ART Ttfl UffflUB/ at once with a Cart! but make IV I f*AD? H I Ukl IU lffUill\ sure you hare the best Cart, the UAmUm UnU 1 M B I B mm? 1 ^hc ^rea* Automatic I I^h F i^~— ^ I B^^\VOs^l^ fl £1 sPi HsB H ^^£=:::^^^^^CT^uiLyL, ^e ^os* Successful Rabbit-Destroyer H B J^'KMih\BM\/$^i iL/ ^\\^ Orer 3,OOO now in uie it sufficient guarantee. H| H I ^^^^nP^^^h^^^^ )) Wi ite for ParsioularB and Prices to H I V'/i^v/^^cHVy GEO' Ei FORTESCUE &sons H ?H ^. // \\ jU ^F^pl \^ Patentees ami Sole Manufacturers, HB I xLA^ - Iy\JCZF^ ARNCLIFFE, SYDNEY. H ? ? Ordinary Car^m^te' ? Bewa...

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BRANCH SECRETARIES (Who also act us special representatives for "The Farmer and Settler.") Will Branch Secretaries please notify the Editor immediately upon any alteration in the following list becoming necessary. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

BRANCH SECRETARIES (Who iilso net us special representatives for 'Tho Farmer iiud Settler.') Will Branch Secretaries please notify the Editor immediately upon any alteration in the fol lowing list beoomlng necessary. Attunga, Smart Green. Armldale, A. McArtlmr. Ashford, E. II. Armstrong. Baradine, \V. Campbell. Batladoran and Coalbaggie, II. Mach'w, Ran ter's Cr. , Gilgnndru. Brookong, M. O'C.uhipII, I.ockhart. Ben Lomond, K. T. Kiimu-. Blnalong, M. Dnrgan. Bena and Wamboyne, W. A. Kwers, Belle For est, CoiidoljoliH. Bu the wall. Boom), S. BoukIhkii. Budgerabong, J. .I. Su-ccncy, HiiclKci-abong-, via Forbes. Breeza, W. Court. Baan Baa, .I. Urackcnicg. Baan Baa, j. C. Urnckeurcg, Turrawan. Boggabri, G, H. Morse, Rosewood, Bo(rgabri. Braidwood, A, R. I'oolcy. Brooklesby, Jacob Levin. Bogan Gate, D. T. Herbert, Ungau Gate. Barham, T. .f. Mi-Malnm. Bethungra, 1°. A. Smith. Chandler, Aleck .1. McRae, Fairburn, Wool luoinbi, Armidalc. Oookamidgera, F. K, Webster. Cent. Talbragar, X. Wisbe...

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