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

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Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRANCH MEETINGS. ASHFORD. Road Work.—Land Board.—Public School. 'Gurd's' Gully in particular." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

h-— BRANCH MEETINGS. — ASHFORD. Road Work.— Land Board.— Public School. The second meeting of the Ashford branch of the F. and S. Association was held on 5th inst./ there being about 20 members present. In the unavoidable ab sence of the president (Mr. D. Sinclair), Mr. P. Halloran occupied the chair. A letter was read from Mr. Smith, In spector of Schools, in reply to our appli cation for an additional 20 feet on the Asntorcl Jfublic school. Mr. smith pro mised to make a special trip shortly to g-o into the matter.. It was resolved — 'That the. District Road Superintendent be written to, point ing1 out the bad state of repair of all 'finger-boards' on roads leading from Ashford, and urging him to have same at tended to.' Considerable discussion then took place re a rumour current to the effect that the Land Board will not again sit at Ashford, and that all cases must go to Inverell. This would mean that residents of Bon shaw would have to travel 60 miles when called upon in place o...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROOKONG. A Forfeited Selection—Forest Reserves Thrown Open—Withdrawn from Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

BROOKONC. A Forfeited Selection — Forest Reserves Thrown Open — Withdrawn from Sale. The monthly meeting was held at Lock hart on 10th instant, the president, Mr. Crawford, in the chair. A letter was read from the Department of Lands, in reply to a letter from J. A. Morrison, forwarded through the branch, regarding J. 1. irainor s forfeited H.s., in which it is alleged that due publicity was not given to the fact that the land was available for fresh applications. The re ply states that advertisements were for warded for insertion in two newspapers published at Narandera, and also in the State 'Government Gazette,'' of 10th January 1906. Mr. Parnaby said the 'Government Ga zette'' in which the advertisement appear ed had not come to hand in time to give notice that the land was open for reselec tion. No one appeared to know anything about it but one applicant, who, of course, got the land. The land was taken up within fifteen days after its appearance in the Gazette. In appears it i...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUGOWRA. Annual Meeting.—Good Work done by Newspaper.—Important Work Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 30 May 1906

EUGOWRA. Annual Meeting.— Good Work done by Newspaper.— Important Work Ahead. The annual meting was held on the 19th inst., it having been postponed because of the elements, and we had a fair muster. Mr. Marsh, our late secretary, read his report for the year, and then intimated that it was his desire to resign, as he wanted a spell. This came rather as a tnuncierciap to most or us, amicisc ex pressions of general regret, because Mr. Marsh has been the life and soul of the branch, and has always carried out his multifarious duties with an energy and enthusiasm hard to be surpassed. How ever, we have not lost him altogether, and the present secretary can have his able assistance when required. The report was a full, clear, and concise account of all that we have accomplished within the last twelve months, and Mr. ' Marsh was accorded a hearty vote of thanks. It was really astonishing and pleasing to hear of all the good we have done for this district as an Association. It sounded big...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAGGA. Immigrants—The: Local Show—P.P. Board Nomination. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

1 WAGGA. Immigrants— The: Local Show— P.P. Board Nomination. The usual monthly meeting was held on 19th May, Mr. B. B. Bennett (pre sident) in the chair. Some discussion took place over a letter from the Intelligence Depart ment, asking the branch to assist in finding employment for immigrants arriving from the old country. . Mr. Strout thought there was suffi cient labor already available in Aus tralia, if the men would only work. They would not get much out of the new-chums, and he would move against acceding to- the request con tained in the letter. Mr. Purtcll seconded, and consider ed employment should be found for our own people first, before glutting ? the market with a lot of emigrants who would want a lot of teaching be fore being of any use. Mr, Fred. Bennett did not see what the Association could do one way or another. Even if the meeting favored doing something for these men, what could they do? His experience quite differed from that of the last speak ers, as he had nev...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RED RANGE. Our Own First—Dingo Soalps—Stook Board Elections—Opposing Leases Land Available—General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

RED RANGE. Our Own First — Dingo Soalps — Stook Board Elections — Opposing Leases Land Available— General News. A special meeting was held on Sat urday night, when a large attendance of members were present. Mr. A. Ballard (president) occupied the chair. Amongst the large volume of corres pondence dealt with were the follow ing : — From the Intelligence Department, requesting assistance in finding em ployment for immigrants, and in help ing the immigration movement in gen eral. This created a great deal of dis cussion, and aitnougn memoers sup ported the broad principle of immigra tion, still they were of opinion that some drastic changes should be made in our land laws and administration, and that a vigorous system of closer settlement should be adopted before immigration was encouraged. It was also contended that our own would-be settlers, hundreds of whom are leaving for other climes, should be given the opportunity of obtaining land first, and when that was accomplished agri cul...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEVERTIRE. Increased Attendance—Excessive Railway , Freights—Western District Council—Local Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

NEVERTIRE. Increased Attendance — Excessive Rail way , Freights — Western District Council — Local Matters, There was an increased attendance at the last meeting, and the proceed ings were marked by much enthusi asm. The president occupied the chair. Correspondence was read from the Bathurst Progress Association, giving information concerning the efforts be ing made to have excessive railway freights reduced. In response to a request from the Western District Council, a delegate was appointed to represent the branch at the meeting in Dubbo on 10th July, Mr. A. A. MrDnnnid beinn- r-lprrr-rl. Some discus'sion ensued over a letter from Mr. Cecil Poolc, commenting un favorably upon certain matters which had taken place at the Western District Council meeting. The President pointed out that the Education Department had departed from the original specifications for fen cing the new school premises at Never tire, and proposed to substitute a wire netting fence, which it was considered was ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRAVESEND. Road Works—Postal Matters—The Danysz Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

CRAVESEND. Road Works— Postal Matters— The Danysz Experiment. The usual meeting was held on Sat urday, 19th May. Twelve members put in an appearance, and the presi dent, Mr. Walter Maidens, occupied the chair. Correspondence was received from the Roads Department, stating that tenders had been called for repairs to the Middle Crossing and Ah Mien's Creek. It was decided to write the Postal Department requesting a T.P.O. bag be made tin on the N.W. linn hntivnon Werris Creek and Warialda, and ask ing that the guard on the Morcc to Warialda train be instructed to sort the mail contained in this bag, and deliver to the residents in touch with the sid ings en route. Re rabbit destruction : The members of this Association arc unanimously in favor of giving Dr. Danysz's method a trial, for the eradication of the pest, and Mr. Mackay (member of the P.P. Board, Warialda) was asked to state same at the Council of Advice meeting to be held in July next. After some discussion, it was agreed tn...

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"AJAX'S" REPLY TO MR. BARTON. The Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

'AJAX'S' REPLY TO MR. BARTON. The Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — In your issue of iCth May, Mr. Barton says I 'shifted my pitch.' If so, I am unconscious of doing so. But, unlike his 'yes-no' friend, 'A Little Landholder,' he writes fair and does not try to gain the public ear by deprecating his adversary's arguments. Therefore, I shall treat him or any other adversary with that measure of courtesy which they deal out to me. It is not disparagement but solid ar gument that shall make converts. Hence, to my argument. Mr. Barton honorably concedes one point in my favor — i.e., that the squat ters were tyrannical un to and nrevious to 1861. 1 still insist that they were tyrannical and all powerful up to 1SS4. The Parliament of that year contained many representatives of selectors. It was in that year that the squatters' fangs were drawn. It was in that year they were deprived to their preemp tive leases, which were such a block to settlement. Their will has not chang ed, but ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROGRESSIVE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

PROGRESSIVE LAND TAX. By F. G. FAILES, Coonabarabran. Several writers have lately dealt with this proposal in 'The Far mer and Settler' and other papers, and have to their own satisfaction made out a good case for it, and a good case from the point of view of men who have only a moderate amount of landed property, and would there fore be exempt ; but that is just where the immorality of the proposal comes in. It is simply inviting one section of the community to plunder another — numerically weak and impotent — sec- tion. It is true Socialism would lose in the end by making a nation of small landholders, and the State would gain in a great many ways, but at the price of such a violation of the conscience of the community that the price paid would bo dear. Confiscation is an ugly word, nearly akin to robbery, and the above proposal is a close relation. Because one large landholder comes by his property in a questionable way, it is curious justice that bis whole ..class should be disp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES. ON TOPICAL SUBJECTS OUR PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

- CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES. ?^w=Sra ON TOPICAL SUBTECTS OUR PAPER. By L. C. It should be a matter worthy of the greatest commendation to all those interested in the advance ment of 'The Farmer and Settler' to notice the many improvements and ad ditional matter which is now appear ing in the paper from week to week, including a full report of the markets and — last, though not least — the Wo men's Pag*-1, in which Miss Favenc will no doubt be able to keep the country ladies in touch with not only the latest fashions, but more import ant still, the most serviceable and dur able material to be obtained in the metropolis from time to time. The idea of having a person skilled in the art of purchasing direct from the best establishments, without any extra charge to the purchaser, must decided ly be a very great advantage to coun try customers. No doubt the country people arc extremely cautious — they have need to be so j and it may be some time before they entrust their business to a person o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

. ?.??^- :'jg| Sulkies ^Jg^^L^19 1Os. H NILS IF R 161 GEORGE ST. WE8T, ? BIEILILyBall j SYDNEY Coactibuilder and Saddler. W»rgon«tUi u ohowu, £19 lo o, OugglM anS Sulkies a: bottom prices. Bond for Illtntrntod Catalogue. T.ROBIIISSON&GO. PROPRIETARY LIMITED, Agricultural __ oft,,PMIS Engineers, MELBOURNE. Makora of HARVESTING MACHINERY and CULTIVATING IMPLEMENTS, all kinds. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION . . ALWAYS USE . . The Oldest Manufacturers of Cocoa under the British Flag. -BABCOCK & WILGOX WATER TUBE SAFETY BOILERS '?' Particularly Suitable with Wood Fuel.. EXPLOSION IMPOSSIBLE. -r Supplied to Inyorell Co-operative Butter Factory, South Wolmnlii Co-onorntiTO Cre»m«rT, Kiiriiinburra Uuttor Fnotbry, UlliuUilU llet. Buttor Company. Writ* for full Porticiilura nnd Prices. HAYMARKET, 8VDNBY. ?-.,. TIIVIBER j&ftt \ HUGHES & McROBERTS Auotloneara and K Agricultural Maohlnary Agents, INVERELL. . Agents fop 'OSBORNE' & 'PEERING' Lines. FARMS FOR SAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

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STATIC LAND BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

STATIC LAND BANK. : i. That '.his Conference upholds nnd approves of the proposed nmnlgnmntion by the Government ; ; of the Post Office nnd Bnrrnck-strcct SnvinKS Bank ;: and the Advances to Settlers Tabard, for the pur ?':? pese of establishing a State Land Bank. TRAVELLING LANDS COMMISSION. ? a. That the Minister for Lands be asked to appoint n Royal Commission of experienced men to take public evidence, and to MigKest means of improving the conditions and tenure of settlers H the Central and Eastern divisions, and that the excessive unimproved values be particularly con sidered. tUWVI'.KSIUW Ul' 1IUUI-M1NUB. 3. That holdeis of homestead selections and settlement 'cases be allowed the option of con verting same into conditional purchases and con ; ditional leases at any time during the currency of ./' their tenure, at their then existing capital value. ?'?.??' ADDITIONAL AND ORIGINAL ARKAS. ? ' 4. That in the opinion of this Conference appli '. : cations for additional lands by re...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

Two Indian hawkers have decided to become Victorian farmers. They have secured farms in the North Strath- --Z. bogie .district. ' ^ Ahrfokl farmer said to his sons: i-'^1 'Boys, don't you wait for somethin' to j' turn-up. You might just as well go ??_','' and ;»sit on a stone in the middle of a ' v meadow with a pail 'twixt your ? legs and 'wait for a cow to back up to you to b-; milked.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

Telephone 4238. 'Cbc farmer $ Settler,' THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF The Farmers' and Settlers' Association of N.S.W. PUBLISH if D WEEKLY. Pricei One Penny. 5/- per Annum, post free. The Editor, Mr. T. I. Campbell, General Sec retary of the Association, will be glad to re ceive 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 matter In tended for publication is written upon one tide 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 'The Farmer and Settler' will prove a very valuable means of communication be tween the Executive Officers, the 160 odd Branch Secretaries, and the whole of the Mem bers, the aid of every one is requisitioned to render perfect the enterprise now entered upon. Items of intelligence, experiences, sugges tions, anecdo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RENTALS OF CONDITIONAL LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

RENTALS OF CONDITIONAL LEASES. The rents for the conditional leases named have been determined at' the' rates per acre stated: — ' ' Armidale Land District. Grills, Wm. H., 201 i acres, county Clarke, parish Kangaroo, 2|d. Bourke, Thomas C, 525 acres, coun ty Clarke, parish Falls, 2id. Johnson, George B., 1353 acres, county Hardinge, parish Yarrowick, 2id. House, Wm. junr., 523 acres, county Sandon, parish Enmorc, 2$d. Stanley, F. W. B. Hainhault, 300 acres, county Hardinge, parish Willi ams, 2d. Glen Innes Land District. Marshall, Isaac, 240 acres, county Brough, parish Yarrow, 2$d. Waloha Land Distriot. McHattan, Agnes T., ' 436 acres, county Vernon, parish Aberbaldie, 2id. WarJalda Land Distriot. Forbes', Alexander, 340I acres, coun ty Burnett, parish Yagobe, 6 3-iod. Dubbo Land District. Barry, William', 347 acres, county Narromine, parish Dungary, Gd. Ci-afron Land District. Essex, William James, 100 acres, county Clarence, parish Gulmarrad, 2d. Denlllquln Land District. Nation...

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JUDGE OWEN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

JUDGE OWEN'S REPORT. The publication of Mr. Justice Owen's report as Lands Royal Commissioner is extremely oppor tune, and affords time for careful criticism and Ministerial ac tion on Parliament resuming its duties with the new session open ing on the 26th. The text of the report, portion of which is printed elsewhere, deals in an extremely calm and dispassionate manner with the sensational disclosures made in the evidence submitted to the Commission. The report ne cessarily lacks considerable point in various vital matters, owing to the continued absence of the 'star performer' Willis, and as it is necessary that various links still missing should be supplied, the Commission still remains in force, and it may be that a fitting sequel to the present interim report will be furnished by Mr. Justice Owen after Mr. Willis' examination is completed. The report as submitted to the Governor, however, is sufficiently complete to enable Parliament to take drastic action against those proved...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

The chief difficulty that confronts the man who takes up bush land is not so much the labor he has in cutting clown the undergrowth and ringing the trees, as the trouble he experiences in dealing with the prolific woods that spring up after a burn with remark able rapidity.

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THE DANYSZ DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 6 June 1906

THE DANYSZ DEMONSTRA TION. The announcement of the arri val of Dr Danysz at Fremantle on his way to Sydney to carry out his demonstration at Broughton Island has created a ferment amongst those who have estab lished vested interests in the rab bit trade. Evidence of this was seen in the recent deputation to Sir William Lyne, mentioned else where, which was no doubt in »|JJICU MY UIUSC WJ1U3C Jll IC1 CaiS would be largely affected by any proposal that would have the effect of decreasing or extermi nating the rabbit. The deputa tion wasi peculiarly favored in their representations to the Minis ter, not so much in the import ance of their arguments as in the section of the community it repre sented, and the Minister's undis guised anxiety to placate the Socialist party, in view of the ap proacning reaerai ejections, it would almost appear that the grazing and farming sections' of the various States have been re miss in asserting their claims for consideration, and have allowed their op...

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