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RIGHT OF CONVERSION. Parkes, Moree, Jerilderie, Narromine, Central Talbragar, Western District Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

RIGHT OF CONVERSION. Parkes, Moreo, Jerllderie, Narromino, Central Talbragar, Western Dis trict Council. iS. (a) That homestead selectors and settlement lessees have the option at any time during the currency of the lease to convert the whole or any por tion of their holdings into Conditional Purchases and Conditional Leases. (b) That such converted portions shall not exceed the maximum area al lowed by the Principal Acts. (c) That the term of residence on under the Principal Acts, to be com puted from the date of application for the Homestead Selection of Settlement Lease. (d) That such converted Conditional Purchase and Conditional Lease shall not be transferred to any person who, in the opinion of the Local Land Board, holds more land than is suffi cient to maintain a home thereon, or who is not a resident of the lands dis trict in which the land is situated.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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ENCOURAGEMENT OF SETTLEMENT. Merriwa, Henty. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

ENCOURAGEMENT OF SET TLEMENT. Merrlwa, Henty. 19. That Government should not en ter into any scheme of assisted immi gration until such time as our Land Laws are so amended as to enable the Government to supply our own people with land to settle on. Bena and Wamboyne, Cudgellloo, By galorio, west Milby. 20. That, whilst approving of the compulsory repurchase of estates for Closer Settlement, this Association is of opinion that, as a natural corollary, the development of partially-settled areas in the Central Division should be encouraged by — 1. The extension of light lines of railway — (a) the lands benefited by such extension to be 'subject to a bet terment tax until such time as the new lines pay interest on cost and working expenses, and (b) such tax to be credi ted to the capital cost of the lines, 2. The establishment of Experimen tal Farms in suitable districts. Executive. 21. That Conference strongly ap proves the new Conditional Purchase Lease form of tenure as combining th...

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STATE LAND BANK. Executive, Bena and Wamboyne. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

STATE LAND BANK. Exeoutivo. Bonn and Wambovno. 11. That the Government be remind ed of its promise to rc-introducc the Amalgamation of Savings Banks Bill, providing for Credit Fonder advances to settlers; and be urged to deal with the measure at an early stage of the coming session.

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Germanton, Wagga, Narromine, Singleton, Coolah. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Ccrmanton, Wagga, Narromlno, Sing loton, Coolah. 12, (a) That the Government bo urg ed to at once provide lands under the provisions of the Closer Settlement Act to cope in some measure with the de mand for land for settlement, (b) In resuming estates for Closer Settlement preference bo given to estates held by absentees, companies, and banks. Tomora. t 13. That for the purpose, of encour aging 'Closer ' Settlement {he Govern ment$}vo(u]d;, finance farmers purchas ing portions' of large estates by advan cing 75 per cent, of the value of the same, to be repaid over a lengthy term of years, such financial assistance not to be given unless the price paid by the farmer be approved of by a tri bunal appointed to value such lands on behalf of the State. ? Stookinbfngal, Cunnedah. 14. To meet the growing demand for land suitable for settlement the Gov ernment be urged to place upon the Estimates at least ,£500,000 per annum for the resumption of large estates. Wagga. 15....

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EXPERIMENTAL WHEAT SOWING. The Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

EXPERIMENTAL WHEAT SOWING. The Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir,— Last, year I pulled ten heads of wheat from my crop that looked much .better than anything close by, with the intention of sowing them in a trial plot. My object was to see if they would improve or hold their own in producing as many grains per head. The number of grains per head are — '5, 74, 7S, 7h 70, 58, 65, 66, 63, and 66. 1 immersed 74 and '66 in a fluid, and sowed them separately. I sowed 7S witnout cioing anything to. The bal ance I sowed in one lot after immers ing it in bluestonc. I sowed the lot '* on May 30th. *I do not know the name of the wheat, but it is very hard to ' thrash. These ten heads have hung ' ' by a string in my house ever since last harves't, and I had to rub them very hard to get the chaff away from the wheat. My intention is, if everything goes well with them up to next harvest, to cut 66, 74, and 78 separately, and the other lot by itself, then hand shell, and count the grains in eac...

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SPREADING THE NET FOR THE FARMER. The Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

SPREADING THE NET FOR THE FARMER. The Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — In your issue of 30th ult., 'J.F.' completely betrays himself. I venture to say that there arc few of your readers who have not recognised that it was not thirst for brevity which induced him to designate me as 'small' throughout his letter, but in ability to conceal his disdain for the small holder. Clearly, if 'J.F.' ever was a small holder, he is not one now. 'J.F.' takes up a peculiar and not very attractive position ; for while he has a sneer for' the small holder, his advocacy of a progressive land tax shows that he has' a snarl for the hold er of a greater area than he possesses. 'J.F.'s' reference to the Land Act of 1 80s recalls to my mind an incident which I read of a considerable time ago. A policeman who had been mur derously assaulted in a street in Dub lin was' taken to the hospital and died _ there within a day or two from the ef fects of his injuries. At the inquest the jury returned a verd...

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A VANISHING DREAM. The Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

A VANISHING DREAM. The Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir,— Mr. Argyle McCallum, in his letter appearing in your issue of 30th ult., asks how the intolerance of the Socialists is to be prevented. I answer : Exactly in the same man ner as our forefathers fought for the liberties and advantages which we inherit, and which make us the freest community under God's sun. In the same manner as your correspondent himself points out, 'it has been over thrown in Australia bv the votinu' now er of the people.' Our race — long used to government by the people for the people — has a keen political instinct diffused through all ranks and classes, and will never, I believe, relinquish its present indi vidual and collective powers and oppor tunities for an empty dream, the de tails of which cannot be explained lay the dreamers and which will vanish under the light of common-sense, as it has often done before our day. Yours, etc., ' CHAS. H. BARTON. Wcllingon, 1st June, 1006.

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COMMITTEE OF SUPERVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

? i COMMITTEE OF SUPERVISION. Mr. Carruthers is in receipt of a communication from the Premier of Victoria intimating that although his Government does not approve of the proposed experiments by Dr. Danysz, it has, nevertheless, decided to accept the invitation of the New South Wales Government to send an expert to re present Victoria on the committee iwuiii *-ni auijuivisu aim wciim me ex periments. .Dim Robertson, of the Board of Public Health, has J^een se lected for the duty, and he will -bmain for a shoit time watching the progress of the experiments.

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WHAT THE PREMIER SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

WHAT THE PREMIER SAYS. The Premier on Saturday, referring to the experiments to be carried out by Dr. Danysz, emphasised the statements made by the President of the Board of Health relative to the absence of dan ger to public health by the introduc tion, of the proposed disease. As to ihe possibility of the export trade in rab bits being seriously interfered with by the experiments, Mr. Carruthers point-, . ed out that poisoning by phosphorous had not had that result. While the im portance of the trade was not forgot ten, it had to be remembered that there was an immense area out west that was overrun by rabbits, which was not ex ploited by the trappers. The disease would not be introduced in the open fill the most complete experiments had - been, carried out to, ensure that it was not capable of 'affecting, man or other animals.

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INTERVIEW WITH DR. DANYSZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

INTERVIEW WITH DR. DANYSZ. When Dr. Dan'ysz- arrived in Mel bourne last week, he' was met by Mr. Twopeny, of the Pastoralists' Associa tion, and Dr. Tidswell, of the New South Wales Health Department. In an interview he said the opposition to his proposal was largely because it was misunderstood. Me was satisfied that there was no danger in this experiment he Dl'OHOsed. and it would be tested in the Government laboratory in Sydney before any further experiment was made at Broughton Island. 'Are you not introducing- a new dis ease in Australia?' he was asked. His reply was 'No. The bacillus belongs to a group already known to scientists as causing a disease peculiar to rab bits, and I have been informed that Dr. Tidswell has recently succeeded in iso lating from the rabbit at present exist ing in New South Wales a microbe which belongs to the same group, and may or may not be identical.'' 'Have you at present a .culture of satisfactory toxic power?' — 'Yes, un der the conditions of t...

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AUSTRALIA'S GREY CURSE. THE DANYSZ EXPERIMENT. ARRIVAL IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

[-AUSTRALIA'S GREY CURSE. - THE DANYSZ EXPERIMENT. ARRIVAL IN SYDNEY. Dr. Danysz duly arrived in Sydney, and the disease germs were handed over for safe custody in Dr. Tidswell's oratory. When interviewed on his arrival, Dr. Danysz ridiculed the idea that the microbes would be inimical to human or other animal life.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

===== CASED-UP — = WEDDING PRESENTS. To-day wo show some popular lines— popular booauso of tholr usefulness, combined with (toad quality and easily reached prloos. Twelve K,l\ Ten Spoons nnii Sugar Tongs, in bust enso, 27 B Butter Knife, Jam Spoon, Piuklo Fork, Sugar Tongn, nnd Bugnr Spoon, BoBt E.P., In oubo, 2B/ ii\x K.i'. Ci k . l'Vrks, In Vclvu. -lined Box, 12/e B Others, In Best Quality Cnsos, _0h j~ 1 7/6, 27/6, 32/6 ~fy ALL. GOODS POSTED FREE, WRITE FOR PRICE LIST. ft'''sT£WART OAWSON fl OP ' ™3H Six E.P. Afternoon Ton Spoons and Tonga, in case, 13/6 [?] No lees than 78 Butter Factories In New South Wales have the ' Qevcnlea.'

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EUGOWRA. New Members—Local Works—Free-hold Tenure—A Lively Debate. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

EUGOWRA. New Members— Local Works— Free- hold Tenure— A Lively Debate. Our monthly meeting eventuated on Saturday last, 2nd June, Mr. James Marsh presiding. The old members were gratified by seeing some new blood introduced, mostly young men, who wo expect will be a great acquisition to the Associa tion. Their youth, vigor and enthusi asm will keep us at concert pitch and help us to hum along. After the usual routine had been complied with, new business was in trociuccci, dealing wnn siock rouies, water reserves, delegates' expenses, and cemetery fencing. A lively discussion then ensued on the land problem, introduced by Mr. Ryan, a new member, lie said the policy of the Association is to convert 11. L. and S.L. into freehold. What remedy do you propose to abolish amalgamation of estates, or monopoly, should the policy become an accom plished fact, and how would you recon cile this with your policy of closer settlement ? This was debated from all points of view, and showed a great g...

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HENTY. The Annual Meeting—Dealing with Reserves —Shires' Boundaries—Some Vigorous Remarks. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

HENTY. The Annual Meeting— Dealing with Reserves — Shires' Boundaries— Somo Vigorous Remarks. . The ordinary meeting was held on Saturday, 2nd inst. Mr. Eulcristein, V.P., occupied the chair. The attend ance was only moderate, as after the excessive wet, farmers were too an xious to take advantage of the fine days in getting their wheat in to spare time for meetings. It was decided to depart from the usual practice, and to hold the annual meeting on 7th July, the same as the ordinarv monthlv meeting. With reference to the 'Farrer Mem orial,' it was decided to donate £1 is. It was resolved, — 'That the action of the secretary in paying the annual fees be endorsed.' Notice of motion, — 'To raise the branch annual fee to 5s,' was received. The treasurer's statement shows a balance of £13 os.- 3d. Strong exception was taken to the action of the Lands Department with reference to dealing with T.S.R. 1949. This reserve was the subject of corres pondence between the branch and the Lands De...

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WEST WYALONG. Opposing Improvement Lease—Experimental Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

WEST WYALONG. Opposing Improvement Lease— Experi- mental Farm. , At the meeting on Saturday, the pre sident, Mr. D. H, Rankin, in the chair, it was decided to strongly oppose an application which has been made by Sir Samuel McCaugiiey for an improve- ?'? ment lease of 46,000 /acres of Crown lands in this locality.' Later a public meeting, convened by the branch, was held for the purpose of considering the advisability of agitat ing for the establishment of an agri cultural experiment farm in this loca lity. Some forcible arguments were put forward by Messrs, Rankin, Ste phenson, Crowley, Hutchison, Hollis, and others. It was pointed out that the soil and climatic conditions in this locality were quite distinct from those where experiment farms have been es tablished, on account of having such a large area of wheat-growing land, as yet unused for agricultural purposes, at its back, and the fact that some of the malice country has grown good crops of wheat. It is felt that every possi...

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POULTRY ON THE FARM. AN INTENSE DUCK FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

F^OULTRYON THE FARM. AN INTENSE DUCK FARM. An American poultry journal recoiiU that Mr. II. d. lluey. of North WUud bury, N.J., has yjoo ducks on less than four acres of land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

TWO BEAUTIFUL RINGS Offered by ' the Store where Quality counts.' A ]-o|ni :-tr imttvrn. i! fiiht.wntur diamonds sot In 18-i-t. (sold, A'S 10c Smaller 8Ioiil's, i'G 10s. We buy the jewels for these in large parcels in the best mar kets of the world for spot cash, and the rings are made in our own workshops. This means that they carry but one profit, a saving of at least a third for you. Of chnrmiiiir (Ionian. G diuiiiniidn uiid :t rubies or sn|i|ilurt'H ill lH-ct. Kuhl.MMa. 8 diamonds imil I Hipiiliiix' or nibv. £5 15s. MANY MORE RINGS ARE | PICTURED AND PRICED UN OUR CATALOGUE. PLEASE ASK FOR IT. ANGUS & COOTE, f!3Z2Sl*K£S£: Opposite the Barometer, Q.V. Markets, Sydney.

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RAILWAYS. Dinton Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

RAILWAYS. Dlnton Vale. 70. That the zone system of railway rates be applied to the State. Bena and Wamboyne, Cunnedah, Mel rose, West Wyalong, Trundle, Merrlwa. 71. That in view of the spread of the rabbit pest, and consequent heavy de mand for wire netting to cope v ith the same, the Government be asked to reduce the rate of carriage on netting (in minimum lots of one ton) to the level of the rates charged for wheat on the up journey, the netting to be con veyed in returning wheat,, wool, sheep Dubbo. 72. That the attention of the Rail way Commissioners be called to the a, discrepancies that exist in freights and fares on the Northern line as com pared with those- on' the other main lines. ? Clenooo, Western District Counoll. ' 73. That the charges on fat stock travelling to market by railway are in equitable, and that a reduction of freights thereon would be beneficial to the State generally. '.--... Temora. 74., That- the State should allot a portion of the extra revenue derived ...

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AGRICULTURE. Stockinbingal. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

AGRICULTURE. Stooklnblngal. 63. That in consideration of the large expense borne by the farmers for the purchase of wheat bags, and the cumbersome and expensive meth ods of handling and shipping same, this branch strongly urges upon the Government the desirability of bring ing in a comprehensive scheme for tho handling and shipping of wheat in bulk. Wagga, Methul. 64. That 6olbs. be the recog_ised F.A.Q. standard for wheat. Millwood Road. Transrle. Nniramlna. 65. That the present system of col lecting samples for fixing the F.A.Q. wheat standard is regarded as unsatis factory, and that the grain trade sec tion of the Chamber of Commerce be asked to receive samples only from committees appointed by the various branches of the F. and S. Association and Agricultural Societies. Exeoutive. 66 (a). That the present system of making estimates of the past harvest yields is not satisfactory, and that to remedy the same the State Statistician hi asked to have them made sufficient ly late in t...

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PASTURES PROTECTION ACT. Western District Council, Sebastopol, Jingellie and Ournie, Wagga, Trangie, Coonabarabran, Baan Baa, Narromine, Trundle, [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

PASTURES PROTECTION ACT. Western District Council, Scbastopol, Jingellle and Ournie, Wagga, Trangie, Coonabarabran, Baan Baa, Narromino, Trundle, Sebas topol, Balladoran. 41. That Sub-section A of Section 37 of the P.P. Act be amended, viz., after the word 'board' on 3rd line insert the words 'to be not less than 42 x ij x iS.' Mitchell's Creek, Wamboola, Junee, Dundee, Cunnedah, Jerilderle Dubbo. 42. That the duties of Shire Coun cils shall include the administration of tfiu x .x . n.i»i. Bena and Wamboyne, Cunnedah, Mer riwa, Cookamidgerlo, Dlnton Vale. 43. That the sum of .£50,000 voted for the supply of wire netting to settlers is totally inadequate, and the Government be urged to increase the initial sub sidy to not less than an average of ,£5000 per1 P.P. Board. Wagga, Junee, Pallamallawa, Stookin bingal. 44a. That this Conference deprecates the intention of the Government to in troduce into the State a deadly disease for the destruction of rabbits, which would be a menace not...

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