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GRAVESEND. Conference Delegate—Social—An Invitation. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

CRAVESEND. Conference Delegate — Social — An Invi tation. Our president, Mr. W. Maidens, has been appointed delegate to the Annual Conference. Our social, which is to be held on 15th June, to raise funds for the above promises to be a big success. Mr. Mackay, of Glendon, one of our genial vice presidents, has generously donat ed a fat sheep for a guessing competi tion, to be run in conjunction with the social. This should be a great draw, and Mr. Mackay was heartily applaud cu iui ins ££i;iii;iuaiij , Our branch cordially invites Mr. Perry, President of the Association, to deliver a lecture here in the interest of the Association, and I am sure each of our members would be glad to see him amongst us, to enlighten them on the objects of the Association.

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BRANCH MEETINGS. Continued from Page 7. GILGANDRA. Conference Delegate—A Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

-BRANCH MEETINGS. — Continued from Page 7. CILCANDRA. Conference Delegate — A Carnival. There was a large attendance at our meeting last Saturday, when Mr. S. J. Barden was elected to represent our branch at the coming Conference, and also at the Western District Council. It was decided to hold a carnival on 8th August, and a strong subcommit tee was1 appointed to work the matter up. It was decided to ask Balladoran Branch to join us, and there will be no stone left unturned to make it a success.

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

THERE ARE ONLY TWO METHODS! | | TWO SUCCESSFUL METHODS 9 I OF EXTERMINATING RABBITS! ? I The N S W. Governmeut Analyst, Mr. W. M. Hamlet, publicly announces that H I Bubbit-proof Fences and the Poison Cart are the most successful remedies to H I employ against the Rabbit. wM I m,***mn*. Don't wait-or waste time— on experiments, H I pfB9 Infectious disease cannot wholly exterminate I H I AFT TA l&fftDf/ at once with a Cart! but make I U I fART 9 I lit I IU WUBfBX sure you hare the best Cart, the IiAiL UHIB I H -m®J( ^ ^reat ^Utomatic 1 I -^^ m JNai* I r'l3'll vQI l» bH I ^==:::::^^^^^™ikF^U. The Most Suooessful Rabbit-Destroyer 9 I ^^\K^iiuuMlH f/Lf ^\\ Orer 3|00° now iu 'se i8 'uflloiont guai'Butee. HB I I -sisiH ps5sP# ^®l W| Ue f°r p|ir£i-:uin| s nu-i pri°es i° n I \ fil^r^Qlil /at GEO' E# fortescue & s--ns ? I V^/\l AT ^lPl?\\r ratentoas ami Solo ManufButurera, H I ^CsA^ /^'TAidr=* ARNCLIFFE, SYDNEY. H| | ? Ordinary CartT^m^t e* J''ra' °-! ''''^''j^^ ? xju.ujiaMuH...

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A COMING AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

A COMING AUSTRALIAN IN DUSTRY. A correspondent writes : — In spite of the fact that her deposits of iron are almost illimitable, Australia has al ways been dependent on foreign coun tries for raw material from which to manufacture iron and steel goods. This is hard to understand, as the fa cilities for the development of an iron and steel industry in Australia are sin gularly favorable, coal being obtain able in close proximity to the deposits of iron ore. In New South Wales alone these deposits are estimated to equal 59,317,000 tons. That there is a wide field in Australia for such an industry is without doubt. This is proved by the importation of iron and steel, which in 1904 was valued at ,£1,476,263, exclusive of machinery. The development of these deposits would stimulate a large number of other Australian industries. It would open up the country and distribute the population more evenly, which would assist the development of our rural centres. It would lower the cost of agricu...

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THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 1890. Prksihknt: Mr. J. PKRRY, M.L.A. (Quirincli). VlCK-PUKSIDKNTS: Mu, J. WF/I'liKRSPOON (Glcncou). Mr. J. L. TREFLE (Temora). Trkasi-rkr : Mr. II. J. CROWE (Coolnc), Gkxkrai. Skcrktarv: Mr. T. I. CAMPBELL, S4 Pitt Street, Sydney. F.xiccutivk Council : R. PATTEX (Wellingtun), L. COX (Waff era), W. P. DYCE (Currawnirn). W. A. EWERS (I3ena and Wamboyne), W. J. CARTWR1GIIT (Sebastopol), F. PIXKSTOXE (Cootnmundrn). A. M'ARTHUR (Jerildcric), F. M'ROHKRTS (Myall Creek), T. C. WORBOYS (Metropolitan Branch), E. HYRXE (Geimanton), J. M'INERNEY (South Gundag-ai).

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

— THE HORSEMAN. - rggggSr^: By CHILDE HAROLD. ~ Trotting men in this State received a shock last week when they heard of the death of Mr. C. H. Fitzgerald, the solicitor and trotting enthusiast of Dubbo. Mr. Fitzgerald's last illness was not of long duration, as on ioth'. April last he drove Lucia to victory in the first heat of the Easter Handicap of the New South Wales Trotting Club. The deceased gentleman was the own er of Huon Junior, one of the first trot ting stallions of Australia. ¥ ¥ * Mr. Fitzgerald drove Huon Junior in some memorable races, and when the horse went to the stud he proved him self a worthy son of his great sire, im ported Huon. Huon Junior sired Lady Julian, whose time in the Epping Han dicap of the New South Wales Trot ting Club, 3min. 3gsec. for ii mile, ? has never been beaten in the race. Mr. Fitzgerald was the originator of the Dubbo Trotting Club, and he was the means of making the breed a favorite in the district. His funeral was the largest ever seen...

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

Read this list of Wonderful Bargains and send for the Complete Catalogue j over SO different kinds of Parcels, THE P. ContniiiB a Fair of HoiiblcHed HEnnOOM White Blnukcts, n Pair of White vivnvr Twi' Sheets, ready hemmed, n Pair rAKCMj ot UJCB ku,,,, curtains, n Tair of FOR. Pillow Rli|i«, 11 Toilet Cover, a e\e I White floue.rcninb Quilt, for double Zif\l- ')eil- nl1 for aSs' carriage paiii, at '»*' RII.KY BROTHERS, POST FREE. George Street. Sydney (only). THE F. Comprises Ouo Lady's Night STELLA Dress, a Chemise, a Pair of Kiiick Tlmm, ers, a White 'Petticoat, and a Par LiADU'.tt of Lon|? or s|1Ort-waisted Corsets. PARCEL, ,111)- size. The above mo all full * fy I size, inndo of strong beav.y lorn.' I ID/- cloth. Well sewn and luce trimmed *v' Tho lot for 10s. Post Free, from POST FREE, RILUY DROTIIKRS (only). INFANTS' F. Coutaius 4 Infants' Shirts, -J iu PARCICL, fnuts' Long Cloth Nightgowns, ?- Daygowns, !! Long Flannels, i-iJoz. C%l\l FluunelettoNnpkins, a Wool Wrap, AMI' Pair...

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

LARCEST WOOL SELLING HOUSE IN AUSTRALASIA. Dajgety&^ny Capital Fully Subscribed ... i.M,O0O,0O0. fnpitul Pniil Up ? £1,000,000. Kesorvo Fund ? £105,000. WOOL, GRAIN and PRODUCE BROKERS. SYDNEY. Wool Commission: 2 per Gent. AUCTION SALES-Rabblt,; Opossum, 1 Kangaroo Skins, &o., held regularly Account Sales Rendered Promptly, \ rOlWltD TODIl PROIXJCI TO \ J.W.GRAY&Co. ) 139 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY, f C Who will tot yon the billion market ratal, f V chtrga loireil pouibl* commiieion, mid n*nd \ c you return* day after Bale, Auction Ralai I I dally at Radfarn. New and .-'ecoud-liand Ban* J C In Btook. Our Uanken are Tlio City Bank of i J Sydney (Western Brancb). \ CONSIGN TO i; PRESCOTT Ltd.! (Established 1B6O) i| ; 336 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY. j i The Oldest, Largest and Leading | ij Wholesale Produce Salesmen nhd j . ?' ! Auctioneers in N.S.W. - 1 \ DAIRY FARMS. DAIRY FARMS. ROSEBROOK ESTATE, 2 miles from Muswollbrook. L. ., In FIVE LOTS from 144 to 53O ACRES For AUCT...

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HEATED DISCUSSION AT WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

HEATED DISCUSSION AT WACCA. A wire from Wagga says that a large meeting of townspeople and land holders was held 'there on Tuesday*, night to protest against the introduc tion of disease for the destruction of .rabbits. : Mr. H. S. Headlcy moved a resolution protesting against the pro posal, on the ground that it would be a menace to the .health and property of the, Australian public. This was sec onded by Mr. H. King... Mr. Alick .Smith, of Kyamba, moved as an ctiucuuiuuiH,— x iiui tins mecuiifj, re cognising what a great curse the rab bits arc to the : agricultural and pas toral interests of New South Wales, views with delight the advent of Dr. Danysz to our shores, and hopes the Government will render that eminent bacteriologist every' assistance in car rying out his experiments under the supervision of the Board of Health.' After a lengthy discussion, character ised by a good deal of partisanship, the res'olution was declared carried by 112 votes to 58.

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WHAT IS THE DISEASE? [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

WHAT IS THE DISEASE? The London correspondent, of the 'Herald,' when mentioning the depar ture of Dr .Danysz for Australia, states that it is understood Dr. Danysz relies upon the virus of pneumonia; that he holds there would be riodahger in r'ab bits affected by heredity with this dis ease being eaten ; and that, as pneu monia is not' contagious,; his experi ments will be. unattended with danger ' to mankind 61' other animals.

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Veterinary Aids and Answers. PECULIAR AFTER-EFFECTS OF CASTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

Veterinary Aids and Answers. fe=SgSS=~~-rtt=5-T=~5 By B. B. LOEL. M.M.C.V.S. : PECULIAR AFTER-EFFECTS OF CASTRATION. W. Hiscox, Armidale, writes : — ' I have a yearling foal which was cas trated. Shortly afterwards a string-like gland, of a soft, fatty, or gristly na ture, about 24 inches long, protruded and hung from the wound for some considerable time, eventually dropping off. The wound healed up, leaving a round knob or swelling, which appears to increase as the horse grows. What was the cause of the protruding string ? and also, what caused the lump ? Can the latter be removed? Any informa tion will much oblige.' You have what is termed a 'schir- rous cord' to deal with. This is a swollen and hardened condition of the spermatic cord, from which the testacle has been removed. The following indirect causes of 'schirrous cord' are recognised : — (1) Exposure of cord after castration and its projection beyond the skin wound. Sometimes this is the re sult of applying the clams too l...

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SYMPTOMS OF SCHIRROUS CORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

SYMPTOMS OF SCHIRROUS CORD. In this disease a mushroom-like ? swelling forms at the end of the divi ded cord, and thus gives the tumor the appearance of growing from a stalk or pedicle. Or the swelling, beginning at the end of a cut cord, may extend up wards in the substance of the cord, as suming more or less the shape of an elongated cone. In the former case it may remain outside the scrotum, and may hang down to a considerable ex tent, une autnonty nas seen it nang \ ing down as far as the hocks. In the latter it' may go as far as the inguinal canal, or even into the abdomen. The affected part of the cord becomes hard and greatly swollen, even to the size of a man's fist, or to the thickness cf his arm. In well-developed cases one or more sinuses form at the end of the tumor and discharge thick, curdy pus. The scrotum or pouch always becomes closely adherent to the tumor which in some instances may be seen in a cup-like depression, made by the skin around the edges of the wound. ...

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General Review of the Markets. "Farmer and Settler" Office, Monday, June 11, 9 p.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

General Review of the Markets. I ?' Farmer and Settler ' Office, Monday, June n, o p.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE TRADE. WHEAT. During- the week there has been very little passing, clue in part to the fa vorable prevailing weather conditions, but even more largely to the reported weakness on Mark Lane. As we point ed out in our last, the London market received over thiny cargoes of Austra lian wheat in a week and naturally quietness prevails. According to our statistical position, we should now be outside the range of export influence; still, the needful stimulus to buyers is always looked for from abroad, and is better sustained when the incentive to buy is indicated by cable. So far nei ther the weakness in London nor the rain have caused local holders to lose confidence, as they appear to view the situation as a temporary lull, likely to recover on short notice. Both Mani toba and Hobs have met with ready sale, and as the period of the year is approaching when strong flour wheats will be...

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COUNTRY WHEAT LOADINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

COUNTRY WHEAT LOADINCS. For the week ended Saturday, June 2nd, .11,026 bags wheat were loaded at country railway stations, as against 22,629 bags loaded in the preceding week. On the Southern line the load ings totalled 20,047 bags (Lockhart, 4317; Ralvona, 1698; Ganmnin, 261S; and Bcrrigan, 3842) ; on the Western line, So 1 3 bags (Geurie, 2894, and Nar romine, 11. SO); and on the Northern, 2066 bags, The quantity loaded for the 26 weeks of the season aggregated 2,454,407 bags.

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GOONABARABRAN. New Members—Matters Postponed. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

COONABARABRAN. New Members — Matters Postponed. The monthly meeting was held on May 26th. Correspondence was received from Mr. P. Buckley, re barrier fence ; from Mr. A. W. Norton, tendering his resig nation as vice-president, owing to his leaving the district ; from the Intelli gence Department, relating to the im migration of agriculturists ; from Wes tern District Council re rules. The five members nominated at last meeting were unanimously accepted, and seven new members were nominat ed by trie secretary. The executive annual report was not read, as the members present had read it in 'The Farmer and Settler' news paper. The resignation of Mr. Norton was accepted by the meeting. It was' resolved, — 'That this branch warmly supports the position taken up by the Editor of 'The Farmer and Set tler' newspaper, relating to the pub lishing of any prominent part or action taken by any member of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association in any other association or league whose platform is o...

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PARKES. Resuming Lands for Closer Settlement Tenant Right in Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

PARKES. Resuming Lands for Closer Settlement Tenant Right in Improvements. The following resolutions were pas sed unanimously at the regular meet ing held on the 2nd inst: — 'That steps be taken by the Gov ernment to resume as required all lands suitable for settlement now held under improvement or scrub leases be fore any freehold lands arc purchased for closer settlement.' {i\ 'Thnt rim rnrmrn nf cnnrinl lnncnc be amended so as to provide for tenant right in improvements and conversion into C.P. and C.L. up to home main tenance areas where such conversion is not objectionable in the public inter est.' The first resolution really re-affirms what was passed at last year's confer ence, and is so obvious that argument is unnecessary. Its adoption would to a very great extent relieve the Govern ment of the very heavy financial res ponsibility incurred in the purchase of freeholds, and it is interesting to note as supporting action in this direction that Judge Owen makes no hesitation i...

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RED RANGE. P.P. Board Candidates—Improvement Leases—Telephone Service [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

RED RANGE. P.P. Board Candidates — Improvement Leases — Telephone Service The usual monthly meeting was held on June 2nd, when the attendance was considerably above the usual standard. After a large amount of correspond ence had been disposed of, a discussion took place with reference to the ap proaching: Stock Board Election, and it was ultimately decided to support the candidature of Messrs. Wethcrspoon and Iliggins (F. and S. nominees) and A. Rogerson ; and the Secretary was instructed to write to all District Brunches urging unanimity of action, in endeavouring to secure the return of the selected trio. Messrs. A. Ballard and W. Pettit were also chosen to represent this Branch at the Land Board Sitting at Glen Innes on the 8th inst. for the purpose of giving evidence against the granting of two improvement leases to Mr. Mcnzics, of Yarrow. The Sec retary was also directed to request the Glencoe and Stonehengc Branches to support our delegates in voicing the interests of the sett...

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WHEAT STACKED ON THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

WHEAT STACKED ON THE RAILWAYS. From the figures appended, which have been supplied by the Railway De partment, there were last week 758,645 bags wheat stacked at Darling Island and at country railway stations, On April 2.S the wheat stacked totalled 087,885 bags, and at the end of March 1,171,812 bags, of which 356,115 bags were at Darling Island. On June 17 last year the wheat stacked totalled 563,148 bags, of which 104,903 bags were at Darling Island. On March 18, 1905, the stacks totalled 960,133 bags. In the middle of June two years ago the quantity stacked was 760,834 bags, only 84,005 bags being at Darling Island. It will tlius be seen that the present stacks are 195,000 bags heavier than a year ago and some 17,000 bags less than two years ago : — Station. Bags. Darling Island ? 1 50,953 Tumut ? i)3°o Stockinbingal ? 12,500 Tomora ? 76,396 Barmcclman ? 4,005 Wyalong ? 433 lllabo ? 62 Ganmain ? 4j6iq Uranquinty ? , 140 Matong ? 1,486 Milbrulong ? 805 Lockhart ? 35,170 Henty ? 3...

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ARMIDALE. P.P. Board Election—Conference Delegates—Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 13 June 1906

ARMIDALE. P.P. Board Election— Conferenoe Delegates— Rabbits. A meeting was held on Saturday, June 2nd, at which there was a good roll-up of members, with the president in the chair. It was resolved, after much discus sion, to support the retiring members of the local Stock Board — Messrs. Bigg, Fenwick, and Haigrand. Messrs. R. T. Myner and Joseph the forthcoming Conference in Sydney. A sub-committee was appointed to arrange notices' for the business-paper. A short discussion on the rabbit question took place, some members being opposed to the disease about to be tried.

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

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