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PROGRESSIVE LAND TAX AND ASSOCIATION POLICY. Brookong, Temora, Stonehenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

PROGRESSIVE LAND TAX AND ASSOCIATION POLICY. Brookong, Temora, Stonehonge. 40a. That it is advisable, in t^e in terests of bona-fide and closer settle ment, to impose a progressive land tax on large estates, with an exemption on all estates below ^5000. Amendment by Exooutive, Bena' and Wamboyne. 40b. That the Association disavows any connection or sympathy \vith orga nisations advocating Single Land Tax ation, Progressive Land Taxation, Abolition of Freehold tenure, and Land Nationalisation; and regards the advo cacy of such'! aims as inimical to the extension of successful land settlement) and the existence of a prosperous and contented yeomanry on ? the land j and ? that the^Constitution clearly define such attitude. ' \. . :,

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORGANISE! ORGANISE! ORGANISE! The Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

ORGANISE! ORGANISE! ? ORGANISE! The Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — On reading through the list of branches of the Farmers and Set tlers' Association in your bright and promising weekly, a feeling of pride must be experienced at their consid erable numbers ; but, to the thought ful it must appear that a large number of the farming districts of the State are alienated from the abovemention ed deserving and praiseworthy Associ ation. Why? Is not the sympathy of settlers within such districts procur able for the advancement of that large uociy r And are the aims and work of the latter not considered wor thy of support of the farmers and set tlers who arc not members of a branch of the Association. No ! To the ob servant, and particularly to those hav ing communion with them, the true reason why so many districts are with out a branch, and so many hundreds — nay, thousands — of settlers and oth ers in sympathy with the movement arc not members of the Association is lack of organ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES. ON TOPICAL SUBJECTS. PRACTICAL COMMENTS. WANTED POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

- CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES. -; ON TOPICAL SUBJECTS. ! PRACTICAL COMMENTS. By 'Settler.' WANTED POPULATION. Our present Agent-General, Mr. Coghlan, is doing- better work for New South Wales than any Agent ever did before. Pessimistic trade unionists spread their lying reports abroad that there is no work for men in this coun try. Wages now with myself stand 5 - a week higher than ever they wen' hpfori1 in mv .in vn-irc1 /ivnnv. iencc. 1 do not lament the fact. I am a Protectionist, and believe in keeping up the standard of prosperity all round. A high wage will attract popu lation. Hut we should not hide the light under a bushel, nor allow the 'Bulletin'1 report of 'ten bob a week wage1' to spread all over England as gospel truth. 1 suggest that the secretary of each branch give a true statement of the ruling wages in his district once a month for publication in your paper. I further suggest that patriotic mem bers of the Association subscribe for extra copies of 'The Farmer and Set tler...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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MR. EWERS TRYING HIS WHITEWASH BRUSH. The Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

MR. EWERS TRYING HIS WHITEWASH BRUSH. The Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — It is useless for Mr. Ewers trying to whitewash the erroneous statements of 'Cypher' or his school. They have a bad cause to champion ; therefore, like Mr. Pulsford's second hand tale against Sir William Lyne, the retailers of concocted lies fall in the soup. We have Mr. McKay's sworn declaration about what he did say, and what he did not say. And if he did say what is alleged bv the 'Cypher' school to one man, surely he must have made the same statement to somebody else, and 'Cypher' and his school, Mr. Ewers included, should hunt that somebody else up, and have Mr. McKay punished for making a false declaration. The very fact of the American com bine quoting their harvester to Italian buyers where there were no makers of harvesters at £140, and quoting them to Australian buyers where harvesters were made, at ,£84, proves conclusively that the object of the American Com bine was to use all the faciliti...

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

FARMERS AND SETTLERS 1 ' If you desire to help aloug a good cause ?»' DO IX NOW. SUBSCRIBE TO 'THE FARMER & SETTLER.' It is published weekly — its cost is a mere nothing, but its objects loom large upon the horizon of the Man on the Land, and it is out to render valuable service. Cut out this form ard send to the office without delay. To THE MANAGER, ?. ' ' The Farmer and Settler' Netospaper, Sj. Pitt Street, Sydney, ? Dear Sir, ? Please enrol my name upon your list of subscribers andfonvard the paper regularly, for which I agree io pay the sum q/j/- per annum, and noiv enclose a sum ofs% ? \ on account thereof. Name ? ? ' v Postal Address ? r ? ' ? : ? '. ? -a,.* ;*'?'' **— ? '° .' .'?:£$$*, *Subsoiplioiis may be sent by Postal Note, M,0,,or Cheque. (On the latter please aad\6d.'^. £( j , for exchange.) ' ' ' i , ?-'' ''' fJV '' ? ' i ==-''i'i.' v ' I r ' ? r/ -

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"BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE." The Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

'BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE.' The Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — If 'Ajax' will kindly take the trouble to look up a statement made by .Mr. Watson at a recent Sydney Labor Conference in regard to a pro gressive land tax, he may find that there has been neither misconception nor false statements. He will also find that Mr. Watson gave instances of cer tr.i» ncfntjir* it'll m*Si Kic f\i-tl i/*«t r\t r\ff\ gressive land tax would reach a shil ling in the pound. 1 think that 'Ajax' in place of correcting a misconception in the matter is trying to create one. I may also tell 'Ajax' that 1 am in no way interested about the bankers and their capability of looking after their own interests, but I wish, like many others of our Association, to conserve the interests of those who arc now on the land, and, further, the in terests of closer settlement, by fair and legitimate means — i.e., resump tion by the Government at a fair mar ket value. It appears to me, Mr. Editor, 'Ajax' and cer...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DAIRYMAN. OUR DAIRY BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

— — THE DAIRYMAN. s=.-=-?cr-= By FRANK McCAFFREY. « OUR DAIRY BREEDS. The question is often raised — which is the best breed of dairy cattle for our farmers to use? As this question in volves the thread-worn replies in use by the advocates of the various breed ers, we will endeavour to steer clear of the conflict as far as possible. It is generally conceded that a judic ious cross of certain breeds produces the best results. But then the ques tion at once arises—If every dairyman went in for crossing, ljowcvcr judic ious that crossing1 might bo, from where arc we to pet our pure breeds? Many of our dairymen say that we can always depend on Great Britain and Ireland for our supplies of purebred dairy stock. The writer, however, does' not entertain the idea. For in stance, it has been fairly conclusively proven that the Australian dairymen and their Australian-bred cattle carl al most get as good results from the open pastures as the dairymen of the British Isles can with all the hous...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

CREAM. Tt is1 said that all cream fat is con tained in minute skin-sacs afloat in the milk. The skin-sacs arc also of al bumen and of the nature of the casein. A pint of new mjlk holds about half an ounce of butter encased in its skins. When the cream is churned all the bags burst, and the substance of which ? they are made mingles with the butter. This mem brane is a cause of quick rancidity. The salt mixed in the new butter acts ?as a preservative to these tiny particles and neutralises their effect, but the churning process should be so con ducted as to prevent this membrane substance adhering to the fat globules, ?Much, however, depends on the condi tion of the cream before churning, and the temperature and quality of the water used in the process. A wire from Lismore says: — The ;; Coastal Farmers', half-yearly meeting j' was held on Tuesday. The report r.' stated that the profits for the half-year |j.- were ,£4376. , A dividend of-6 per cent, r; , was recommended, and a cash b...

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OUR BUTTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

OUR BUTTERS. Anyone who has had the good for tune to travel throughout the dairying districts of this State, and to have' vis- ited the numerous butter factories and creameries must have been struck with the varieties of the butters. In some districts butter-makers find it most difficult to retain sufficient moisture in the butter to keep pace with the pay ments of factories in other districts; It'll I l-* m c/iim ** ri.r**. .?..*_ ? . ..__.. 1 ? *? ?' -^''1^ man jus iiu mancr now butler-makers may strive the moisture is excessive; on the other hand, there are districts in which butter-makers have no such difficulties. The writer once visited a factory, and remained some time watching a butter-maker busy at work packing butter. He was boxing the butter straight away from the churn. It was in one of those localities where it was difficult to rid the butter of excessive moisture, and when asked if he (the butter-maker) did not think it was a great mistake to pack such butter straight ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUTTER FLAVORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

BUTTER FLAVORS. Most of our scientists state that the delicious flavour that belongs to high classed butter is clue to a special germ. That this is the case no one nowa days will dispute. But few, if any, of our best dairy experts have ever at tempted to explain how that germ finds its way into some dairics'and not into all our dairies. They will at once answer and say — 'It's the want of cleanliness and careful management n.m. iiiwiviiio ui^ £ti;iii! 1IU111 Ullllll 1J!}£ the dairy premises of most dairymen.' This answer, plausible as it may at first appear, docs not in any way satis fy the curiosity of an experienced dairyman who has been manufacturing butter by the same process on perhaps half a dozen farms during his life time. This is the man that is the stumbling-block to most scientists, in asmuch as his methods do not change, but who finds that the quality of his butter has changed. The writer could name quite a num ber of dairy farms that have been noted for the quality of t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE. ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE. ORICINAL CONDITIONAL PUR CHASE ONLY. LISMORE LAND DISTRICT, within Tintcnbar Suburban Lands, 13 acres 2 roods 9 perches, in two pqttipns,'/of ,; 4 acres 1 rood 9 perches and/.0sacres.' 1 rood respectively; distant 7 miles from Ballina ; basaltic formation, with rich red soil ; timbered, with dense brush and box ; steep and stony ; suitable for grazing pur poses ; water not permanent, but could be made so by sinking 10 to 1 5 feet ; price £7 per acre. Available 9th August, 1906. (Identical with Special Area, see below.) CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEAS ES (Crown Lands Amendment Act Of 1905). PARKES LAND DISTRICT, on Blow Clear West Holding, 1161 acres in 1 block, distant 7 miles from Bogan Gate ; suitable for grazing, and part for cultivation when cleared ; annu al rent, ,£26 12s. 2d. Available 26th July, 1906. PARKES LAND DISTRICT, on Bur ra Burra Holding, 4013 acres, in 2 blocks of 2059 acres, and 1954 acres ; . distant 36 miles from Bogan Gate and 24 miles from Con...

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THE PROVISIONAL SHIRE COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

THE PROVISIONAL SHIRE COUNCILLORS. The following letter appears in the Corowa 'Free Press' : — To the Editor. Sir,— With reference to the appoint ment of provisional shire councillors, it is hard to understand on what in tormation tne Lrovernment acted. With reference to the shires included in any electorate, I can with confidence as sert there are some who would never be selected by the ratepayers, and their only hope to ever obtain the dis tinction of councillor was the assist ance of some mysterious influence, or else a kind of lottery, the first five names drawn to be the men to start this new and important machine of local self-government. As one who gave consistent support to the pass ing of the Shires Act, I am anxious to sec it started with as little friction as possible, and although it may be admitted that the provisional coun cil arc only to administer and carry out purely formal matters, neverthe less, they should be men who have the confidence of the people, whose inter...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
USEFUL BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

USEFUL BOOKS. We have received from the publish ers, Win. Brooks and Co., Ltd., a copy of two handy books of reference, by Mr. 11. V. Edwards, solicitor. The first is 'Brooks's Concise Lawyer,' a manual of commercial and banking law, and is one of the most useful little books that business men and justices of the peace could have, for it con tains information bearing upon ques tions which crop up every day in ordi nary business life, and to which the reader may turn with confidence in its soundness. Included in its contents is a summary of the everyday com- ..;.: mcrcial and banking law, a section containing the principal provisions of the 'Justices Act,' and several sec tions on the law of Master and Servant, Landlord and Tenant, and Small Debts Recovery ; while, to increase its utility, a number of practical forms have been added. The second booklet is a Digest ', of the Pastures Protection Act, 1902, and of the unrcpcaleid portions of the z1* Stock Act, 1901. As stated in the pub...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL AREA. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

SPECIAL AREA. LISMORE LAND DISTRICT, within Tintenbar Suburban Lands, 13 acres 2 roods 9 perches, in two portions, maximum area 13 acres 2 roods 9 perches ; minimum area 4 acres 1 rood 9 per. ; distant 7 miles from Ballina ; basaltic formation, with rich red soil ; timbered with dense brush and box ; steep and stony ; suitable for grazing pur poses ; water not permanent, but could be made so by sinking 10 10 » j ii*vji , jjiiv.1 £j / jjui tutu, nwui.iijiu for original application only on 9th August, igo'.J. DENILIQUIN LAND DISTRICT, within Deniliquin Population Area, 70 acres, distant si miles from Den iliquin ; maximum and minimum area, 70. acres; flat country; scatter ed and open timber, red sandy loam, with clayey subsoil, part suitable for cultivation ; no permanent surface water; price, £2 10s. per acre. Available for additional applications only on 9th August, 1906. The date of opening uf Settlement Lease Area No. 731, Land District of Hay, has been altered from 7th June, 1906...

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

J^ililia£JL sis 108. HHIO I IPR 161 GEORGE ST. WEST, ? illLLULfl, SYDNEY, Coachbuilder and Saddler. W»rgouettes u shown, £19 10 O. lluggioi ml Sulkies n bottom prices. 8ond (or niiiBtrntod CaUloruo. PROPRIETARY LIMITED, Agricultural MELBOURNE. Engineers, Makers of HARVESTING MACHINERY and CULTIVATING IMPLEMENTS, all kinds. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION . . ALWAYS USE . . - FRY'S iiuiitminiiAwjAMmfrKfay^m.j;JiiMgIl The Oldest Manufacturers of Cocoa under the British Flag. BABGOCK & WILGOX IjIUITKIi. '^ WATER TUBE SAFETY BOILERS Particularly Suitable with Wood Fuel. EXPLOSION IMPOSSIBLE. : ' . Supplied to !:? Inverell Co-operative Butter Faotory, South Wolumla Co-ojicratiro Creamery, . : Knrutuburra Duttor Fnotory. UllncltilU Rof. Uuttor Company, ?' ' ? Writ* for (till Particular* and Prices. . ? HAVMARKET, SYDNEY. ? I Station &» House : REQUIREMENTS Ton ciuinot do bottor than wrlto to CHAS. CLARKE ?»«... Quotntions submitted for Wlro Netting, Wool niiolis, Cornsftoki, Hnb...

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

OIL ENGINES HORNSBY PATENT SAFETY. *m Tht most Economical, Reliable (St Durable W$jk Motive Power for the Station and Farm, Awn STATIONARY TYPE. _, „, . ^^Orf&Jl^lr;!^^^^^ \PfX^J W|ff|S| ^0 PORTABLE TYPE. W: I'tUl ((nil tia § 9 MM THE BALTIC SEPARATOR *^M /** RECORD SKIMMER TjBij ? OF THE WORLD. ? V) AWARDED 11 GOLD MEDALS AND 24 FIRST ^^^g||jj PRIZES IN ONE SEASON. ^SiS^tJwR' Prices & Particular* on Application to R, HQRNSBY k SONS, lM Haymarket, Sydney; Spencer Street, Melbourne. [Kindly mtntion tkit paper, tvJitH- writing. 129 ' ffievcttleg' Refrigerators In operation In N.8.W.

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DEHORNING CATTLE. The Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

DEHORNING CATTLE. The Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Dear Sir, — In your issue of ihc 23rd May appears an article in your 'Veter- inary Aids and Answers' ' column, on dehorning calves by the use of caustic potash, and I think it might be instruc tive to your readers if I gave my ex perience of dehorning. In the first place, 1 might state that 1 am a small dairyman, and that I have been dehorning all my heifer calves for the last three years with caustic soda, which has just the same results as caustic potash, only that it is much encapcr. 1 ne way 1 use it is tins: — I take a small stick about the size of a pen handle, and wrap a piece of calico or any other material of that kind tightly round one end of it, till it forms .a small knob ; then put a small quantity of caustic soda in a tin lid or some other small vessel, and have another small vessel of water. Then take the calf, which might be any age from a week to six weeks old, or even older; but should the horns have begun to g...

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BIKE PUMP TO CURE MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

BIKE PUMP TO CURE MILK FEVER. A- Kempsey dairyman lost a valuable cow with milk fever, for which he knew no proper treatment. He then made inquiries, and learned that an injection of air into the udder on the first appearance of the malady was a cure. When, subsequently, another cow developed precisely the same symptoms, the owner procured an or dinary bike pump and at once inflated filo iiflrinr ' nf Mm nnimnl thn rpcuit tl.t* l.V.l.Wl HI 111V IUIIWIIIIi ht.trf lUUUIh ? being that in less than two hours all troublesome symptoms had disappear ed, and the cow in due time regained her normal condition of health. In this case sterilised air was not available, so the raw air was used. No doubt the scientific method is the better, because safer, but in an emergency crude me thods are better than none. A wire from Kinma says : — The South Coast and West Camdcn Milk . Suppliers' Association has elected Mr. J. Love as representative of this centre. It was decided to support the appli cation...

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

GLOBE ; GREAM SEPARATOR. ; LINK BLADE SYSTEM. Clean Skimming. Kasy to turn. Easy to Handle. Kasy to Clean. Most Profitable. Sizes, Hand Power : 20 gallons to 120 gallons per hour. Sizes, Turbines: 77 gnllons to 120 gallons per hour. Cream Coolers, Hutter Workers, LINDE Refrigerators and all Dairy appliances, Oil, Gas or Steam Engines (portable or stationary), emoted on application to J. WILDRIDGE & SINCLAIR, | ENGINEERS, ! I 82 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. !

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MANAGER'S MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

f— — MANAGER'S MEMS. — Wagga Secretary Edward Crouch writes: — '1 do not think it is generally understood that the various branches of the Association are allowed to com municate with each other through your columns. If you , were to make the matter clear, I am sure it would be appreciated.'— Well, friends, we've been a-saying that now since our first issue, and it's one of the things we are here to do. Any branch of the nasuiifiuuii, ui .my or us memoers, can send messages through tlvese col umns, providing the information given ?or the message conveyed is of interest to a number of members We don't want to give space to matter which concerns individuals only, but any far mer or settler who has anything to say of benefit to his fellow-members, let the Editor hear from you, and he will find you space. ♦ * * Numerous complaints arc made that 'The Farmer and Settler' is not deliv ered as regularly as subscribers ex pect to have it, and we write this with bowed head and aching heart be...

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