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

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WAMBOYNE. Presentation to Mr. W. A. Ewers. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

WAMBOYNE. Presentation to Mr. W. A. Ewers. After the last meeting of the mem bers of the Bcna-Wamboyne Branch, Mr. W. A. Ewers was made the recip ient of a purse of Sovereigns. The newly-elected President, Mr. W. Low, occupied the chair, and briefly explain ed the nature of the meeting. He then called upon Mr. Jas. Porter (late presi dent) to make the presentation. The latter gentleman, in a few well chosen words, eulogised Mr. Ewers for his unceasing work as ? Secretary to the' Association, and said if nffnrriprl him very much pleasure to be in at tendance, and to have the honor of handing Mr. Ewers this small present on behalf of residents and members, as a slight token of their appreciation of the valuable services rendered in his capacity as Secretary. The Chairman then spoke at some length on the Secretary's many good qualifications, and pointed out that the great number of resolutions passed by this Branch and adopted by confer ence was due in a great measure to the energy and...

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FRIDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

FRIDAY'S SALES. Chaff.— From C. W. Bloomfield. Gar land, 3/9 ; Barlow, Narromine, 3/3 ; P. W. and Co., 3/-; Rowston and Boyd, Ganmain, green 3/9, pale 3/4 ; Moore and Kelly, 4/1 ; Hamblin Brothers, 4/3 ; John Kelly, 4/3; W. H. and Co., Old Junce, 3/9 ; W. Powell, jun,, Wagga, ? 4/3 ; S. Bennett, Nubba, 3/8 ; J. Marr, Forbes, 3/6;. Egan, Parkcs, 3/-; M. t Plowman, Gunning bland, 3/11; Row lands Mandurama, 3/2 per cwt. Luoorno Chaff.— From E. J. Burgess, Tamworth, 4/1 per cwt. . Luoerne.— From Hurst Perth, 5/3 per cwt. Oaten Hay.— From Hood, Lyndhurst, 4,6 per cwt. Wheat.— From F. J. Young, Cur lewis, 3/2 per bushel. Potatoes.— From Erratt and Co., Wal cha-road 8/4; Burey, Llangothlin, ?S. 10: Warren, Stonehenge, part 8/3 per cwt. Turnips.— From Willett, Penrith, 3/2 per cwt.

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SATURDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

SATURDAY'S SALES. Chaff. — From F. and S., Lyndhurst, 42; Hurst and Dunn, Bomen, 3/9; Clout, Wagga, 3/6; Prescott, Armidale, 3/3 ; ex Narromine, 3/4 per cwt. Luoerne. — From Cnllaghan, Neming ha, 3/11 ; Maher, 4/6; Cohen and Co., West Maitland, 3/9, 3/11 per cwt. Maize. — From Little, Wallangarra, 2/.SJ per bushel. Pumpkins. — F.x Mulgrave, 1/1 doz.

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WHITTON. General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

WHITTON. General News. After last week's rain of 150 points, and 18 points on Monday last, the weather has come out like spring, and grass and herbage of all sorts are in the greatest condition ; in fact, this is one of the most prolific seasons the district has ever known. Mobs of cattle and sheep are arriving here al most daily from other poorer districts, and being grazed on stations and other properties tharhave been understocked for some considerable time. .Farmers are putting in extra land under crop in view of the good season. this week on account of the Public Works Committee not staying here to get evidence on their inquiries about the expediency of the building of the Barren Jack storage reservoir and the Northern Murrumbidgee irrigation scheme. They took evidence at Car rathool, Mt. Ida, and The Cliffs, from a very small number of witnesses ; lots of other witnesses were waiting, but could not get exact dates of their com ing, and were thus unable to attend at the various...

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TUESDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

TUESDAY'S SALES. Chaff. — From Kelly, Ganmain, 4/1 ; Dalton Bros., 3/6, 3/7; Pykc Bros., Coolamon, 4/-; Stevenson, 4/-; Malo ney, 4/-; Rowston, 3/10, 4/-; Kurrajong Estate, Bomen, 4/2 ; Hurst and Dunn, 3/', 3/10, 3/9; Moore and Kelly, Gan main, 3/9, 4/- ; Odewah, Coolamon, 3/9 ; Marr, Forbes, 3/4, 3/6; ex Bomcn, 3/1 ; Birch, Bomen, 3/2 ; Bennett, 4/- per cwt. Oaten Hay.— From Hoad, Lynd hurst, 4/1 ; Jones, Newbridge, 4/2; rye straw, 2/7. Wh6aten Hay. — From Kirkham, Lyndlnirst, 5/3 per cwt. Oats. — From McLeod, Ben Lomond, a/5i ! Raven and Co. Glen Innes, a/SJ per bushel. Wheat.— From Sncesby, Manilla, 2/8i; McCallum, Marrar, 2/10; Bridge, Narrnndcra, 29 bags 3/5!, 3S bags 2/10. Derrick Straw.— From Hayes, Mill thrope, 2/2 per cwt. Luoerne. — From Johnston, Ncming ha, 3/10; McKinnon, Moonbi, 4/3; Laidlaw Brothers, Moonbi, 4/4 ; Hurst, Perth, 4/7 ; Bolan, Forbes, 4/8 ; Rachel, Tamworth, 4/6 per cwt. Maize. — From Bridge, Wallangarra, 2/8I per bushel. Potatoes. — From Bury, Llangothli...

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EMMAVILLE. Lands Available—Immigration—Local Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

EMMAVILLE. Lands Available— Immigration — Local Works. The usual monthly meeting was held on 7th May. Only a moderate attend ance, Mr. C. Duddy in the chair. Votes' of thanks were passed to the retiring officers. A letter was read from the Informa tion Bureau, Lands Department, with respect to the supply of places shewing available lands for settlement, and it was resolved, — 'That this matter be left in the acting secretary's hands to deal with.' The following resolution was passed concerning the request from the In telligence Department re finding labor for immigrants : — 'That in view of the condition of existing land laws-*— that is, all of the best Crown lands being locked up under improvement lease — and holdings being small and inferior in the majority of cases, and practi cally no farming land, we have all we can do at present to provide for those dependent of us.' It was resolved that the road super intendent be written to concerning the road in the vicinity of the ' Public...

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THURSDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

?THURSDAY'S SALES.1 Chaff. — From Hurst and Dunn, Bo men, 3/9; Whelan, Galong, 3/9, 3/10; Parker, Wait-a-While, 3/5 ; Kurrajong Estate, Bomen, 3/9; \V. H. Rowston, Coolamon, 4/-, wheaten 4/-, oaten 3/1 1 ; Stevenson, 4/1 ; Plowman, Gunning bland, 3/10 per cwt. Luoerno.— From Jackson, Wallangar ra^ 5/3 per cwt. Oaton Hay.— From Kirkman, Lynd hurst, 3/9 per cwt.. Potatoes. — Ex Orange, 47 bags bran ded W, 7/9; 15 bags branded R, S/- per cwt. . Turnips.— From J. E, Smith, Fair field, 4/3 per cwt.

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SLUMP IN CORN SACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

SLUMP IN CORN SACKS. During the week Calcutta cables re port a fall of over (id. per dozen, and buyers and sellers alike are more sober in their operations. Growers may yet get their sacks at 6/-.

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AT REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

AT REDFERN. 'Die 'first of the month' demand was not so heavy as we anticipated, still, supplies forward were readily cleared, and prime quality improved in price. Lucerne hay was plentiful and cheap, compared with prices ruling a month ago. Prime quality chaff met with ready sale, and oaten hay was, if any thing, firmer. Potatoes suffered owing to the heavy arrivals on Monday last from Tasmania, and pumpkins were rather dull of sale.

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FOREIGN MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

FOREIGN, MOVEMENTS. A Hamburg: correspondent writes that there is little probability of Ger many extending1 her \, wheat acreage, notwithstanding- the increase in the 'in port duty, as potato and beet growing and cattle'1 grazing pay the farmers better. The increase in the consump-- tion of wheatcn bread in Germany, ho says, is due, to the general improve ment in the condition of the masses and the rapid increase of the' popula tion. ' From Naples it is gathered that very active demand exists for foreign wheat, so that Italy bids fair, like Spain, tu import this season a greater quantity than ever before.

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VICTORIAN OAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

VICTORIAN OAT CROP. A Victorian exchange states that 'he question of the supplies of oats in Vic toria has lately undergone discussion. The crop for the present season was officially st.'ued ai 7,232,425 bushels, or an 'increase of about a million bushels over last year's. On the other hand, a certain stock was carried over from 1904 (when the crop was unusually large) to 1905. The official figures for the past six seasons compare as fol low : — Area. Crop. Avg. Acres. Bush. Bush Hjoo-i ... 302,689 9,582,332 26.42 kjoi-2 ... 329,150 6,724,900 20.43 1902-3 ... 433, 4S9 4,402,982 10.16 1903-4 ... 433,638 13,434,952 30.08 1004-5 ... 344,010 6,203,429 1S.03 1005-6 ... 312,052 7,232,425 23.18 There is an impression, however, that the present year's crop had been overstated. The arrivals at Melbourne and Geclong from the country for the five months since January 1 amounted to 435,387 bags, against 537,56/ bags for the corresponding period of last year, or a decrease of 102,180 bags. Again...

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MONDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

MONDAY'S SALES. Chaff. — From J. Kelly, Ganmain, 4/3 ; Powell, Wagga, 4/2 ; Whc lan, Galong, 3/9 ; Conway Bros., Wagga, 3/9; Hurst and Dunn, Bomen, 3 0 ; Gray, Ganmain, 3/6, 3/4, p. 3/6 ; P. W. and Co., 4/-; Davis, Lockhart, 3/1 ; Prescott, Armidale, p. ; Rowston and Boyd, Ganmain, 3/2 ; Stevenson, Coolamon, 4/-, wheatcn 4/-, oaten 3/6 ; Kurrajong Estate, Bomcn, 3/8, wheat en 4/2, oaten 3/8, 3/3 ; Moore and Kelly, Ganmain, 4/- per cwt. Luoerne Hay.' — From Renhil, Tam worth, 4/9; Laidlaw (1380), 4/9; H. 1'earce, Kelso, part 4/- per cwt. Wheat. — Ex Darling Harbor, 3/5 per bushel. Oats, — From Piggin and Co., Cor owa, 2/ioi per bushel. Maize. — From Little, Wallangarra, 2 8 per bushel ; Barnes and Co., p. 2,S; W. 11. and Co., p. Turnips.— Ex Richmond, p.

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MISCELLANEOUS. Coboco. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

MISCELLANEOUS. Cobooo. ' . . ' 88. That a list of all measures that, from time to time, have been passed by the Legislature, which were brought forward by the F. and S. As sociation, be published in 'The Farm er and Settler.' Metropolitan. 89. That this Conference disap proves of the action of the Government » in transferring- the abattoirs to the City Council, and sanctioning their removal from Glebe Island to a site near Homebush. Mnnornin. 90. That this Conference urges upon Fire Insurance Companies the import ance of having careful valuations made of all crops insured, to prevent any attempt at over-insuring the prob able yield of crops, and thus remove any premium to dishonesty, and the starting of bush fires. Wonnue-Tooumwal. ?? 9 1. That if, under the Health Act . and Diseases in Animals Act, any ani mal condemned, is subsequently ' proved to be sound, the owner of such animal should be compensated, for his loss. Western District Counoll. 92. That this Western District Coun -...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter. — Choice to told, seconds gd togjd, inferior Sd per lb. Cheese. — Local, prime loaf sid to 6d, prime large sJd, inferior from 4}d ; Ka meruka cheddar, 6d ; Bodella, 6Jd lb. Lard. — Packets and small bladders, 6d ; bulk, sfld per lb. Beeswax. — Dark, i/ii; prime, 1/2 per lb. Baoon. — Prime factory sides, sid to 6d ; special brands to yd. Hams, in ' cloth, 8d to SJd ; bagged, gd to g-Jd ; special brands to 1 id per lb. Honey.— Choice, 3d' to 3id; extra choice to 4d per lb.

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EDUCATION. Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

EDUCATION. Jerllderie. 83. That the resolutions, carried by previous Conferences, asking? that the same concession be granted to single families as is now granted to two or more families in country districts for the purpose of educating their chil dren, be re-affirmed. Cookamldgera. 84. That higher educational facili ties hi- nlaced within the reach of country centres of population, in order to obviate the necessity and expense of sending children to the city to ob tain such education. Exeoutlve. 85.. That where desired by parents hlong railway lines, schools be erect 'eti, where the statutory number of chil dren is available, irrespective of whe ther other schools can be reached by train. Red Range. ;i 86. That schools in .country districts be provided with small horse-paddocks and shelter-sheds in order to' meet with ?the requirements of children who, on account of distance, are obliged to ride to school. Tallewang. 87. That in the Western School Dis- ? trict all holidays during t...

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ON THE WHARVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

ON THE WHARVES. The recent rain so checked the in land demand for maize that stocks on the wharves accumulated, and, coupled with this, arrivals during the week in creased. Between Monday and Friday over 17,000 bags arrived from the Nor thern Rivers, so a reduction in price was inevitable. So great, however, was the demand that a firmer tone was manifest on Friday, and on Saturday the situation was sufficiently strong to warrant an advance to 2/9 this week, should shipments case at all. Oats were firmly held, and while the demand at present price is small, it proved quite equal to available supplies. We quote as follows : — Wheat — Milling (nominally), 3/6; chickwheat, 3/3 to 3/4 per bushel. Maize. — Prime, 2/8 to 2/Sl ; white, 2/7 to 2/7$ per bushel. Oats.— Prime, short white N.Z., 3/1 to 3/3; local whites (short), 2/S to 2/10; long whites, 2/6 to 2/7 ; Algerians, to 3/- per bushel. Barley,— Cape, 3/6 to 3/7 ; feed, Eng lish, to 3/6; milling, up to 5/- for choice. Chaff. — Primest,...

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WATER CONSERVATION. Executive, Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

WATER CONSERVATION. Executive. Wyalong. 82. That this Conference strongly urges the Government to adopt a na tional system of water conservation, and, as the first and most important step, should take in hand without de lay the construction of storage reser voirs at the heads of the rivers.

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MANILLA. Annual Meeting—Presentation to Secretary—Dealing with Reserves—Conference Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

MANILLA. Annual Meeting — Presentation to Sec retary — Dealing with Reserves — Conferenoe Delegates. The attendance at the annual meet ing of the Farmers' and Settlers' As sociation on Saturday, 'May 19, was the largest on record. A lively interest was taken in the proceedings. It was decided to write again to the Railway Commissioners, pointing out that a platform at or near portion 194 across the river was very necessary. The balance sheet showed a credit of £1/2/9. Mr. F. Heywood was appointed presi. df»nt\ Afpssrs. H. Strwirlm-t ar\t\ TY Mar. Donald Vice-Presidents, Mr. C. Vin cent, Secretary, and Mr. P. Donnel ly, Treasurer. Mr. F. A. Porter, late Secretary, was presented with a handsome silver tea service, bearing inscription and mono gram. It was decided to ask that the pro posed Tarlee platform be removed to the Borah road juncton. ' Mr. J. Heywood moved — 'That the ?Minister be written to asking him to throw open the reserve in the parish of Dinarawindi, and also to have a ...

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COLLIE. Danysz Experiment—P.P. Board Election—Fine Rains. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

COLLIE. Danysz Experiment — P.P. Board Elec tion — Fine Rains. The usual monthly meeting was held on Saturday, May 26th, twelve mem bers being present and Mr. Thomas Darcy in the chair. It was unanimously decided to send a resolution to Stock Board Council of Advice, endorsing their action in re gard to Danysz experiment, provided that the scientists appointed by the Government arc satisfied that the dis-' case proposed to be used is not dan gerous to human beings or stock. Rv n cmnll mriim'itv if u'n« rin^irlnrl fr» support the candidature of Mr. S. J. Barden at the forthcoming Dubbo Board Election. The secretary was instructed to col 'lect money promised to Danysz ex periment Fund, and forward same. A good soaking rain fell here last week, and has done a vast amount of good. About an inch was registered locally, and more to the west. Grass is now plentiful from here towards Warren, although towards Gilgandra it is still very short.

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