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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

WEAVER & PERRY Stock & Station Agents, CITY BANK CHAMBERS, 164 Pitt Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

GROWN LANDS. Information regarding Crown Lands for conditional purchase leases, original conditional purchase, original conditional purchase or conditional lease, conditional purchase or conditional lease, and con ditional purchase as special area, com-   piled by the Information Bureau, Lands Department, up to January 30th, 1906. CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE. WAGGA WAGGA LAND DISTRICT, on Borambola Holding, 910 1/4 acres, in two blocks of 455 1/2 acres and 454 3/4 acres re- spectively, distant 10 miles from Wagga Wagga; annual rent, ,£22 15s. 6d. and £31 5s. 4d. respectively. Available 15th February, 1006. ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE. COOTAMUNDRA LAND DISTRICT, within the Cootamundra Population Area, 93 1/3 acres, in parish of Cootamun- dra, county of Harden ; price, £2 per acre. Available 5th April, 1906. (Iden- tical, with Special Area.) FORBES LAND DISTRICT, within the Forbes Population Area, 80 acres, in parish of Wongajong, county of Forbes ; price, £3 per acre. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

LOG AND STUMP JACK   If you have Stumps. Roots, Stones, or Logs to clear   or any heavy lifting to do,   TRY THESE JACKS   They are used by thousands throughout Australasia   and their sale is rapidly increasing, which proves their a value.     They are light, strong fand durable, and the price places   them within the reach of all.   Inquire from your Ironmongers, or write for Illus-   trated Catalogue to the makers,   TREWHELLA BROS. ENGINEERS, TRENTBAM, VICTORIA. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Gloucester Estate, North Coast, NEW SOUTH WALES. Cheap and Good Farms now   .... open for Private Sale. ....     TERMS LIBERAL.   Tuggerabark Subdivision   11 FARMS, in areas ranging from 130 to 500 acres. Four miles from Gloucester, on the direct   road to the Manning River. Frontages...

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OLLA PODRIDA. (Political and Otherwise). THE SETTLER AS A JOURNALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

OLLA PODRIDA. (Political and Otherwise). By Cypher. THE SETTLER AS A JOURNALIST. The introduction of a newspaper solely devoted to the interests of the primary producer, edited, controlled, and directed entirely by men on the land, must be an interesting- event to all sections of the public. More especially will it be re- garded with interest by other sections of the press, with whom it will be a mat- ter for speculation as to whether the in voluntary development of brawn and muscle is not achieved at the expense of intellect. Personally, the writer (who is in a position to judge) is of opinion that to expect literary excellence from men who are engaged in manual toil is an absur- dity. Nevertheless, it does not follow that the two things are quite incom- patible — as the success of this paper may prove — but success in such a combina- tion is probably achieved only at the cost 0f ultimate breakdown. There is a vast difference between writing as a labour of love, and writing for a l...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. Releasing Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Releasing Rabbits. In the Walgett Police Court, before Mr. Ridley, P. M. (writes the "Sydney Mail"), Robert J. Clements was charged, under the Pastures Protection Act, sec- tion 62, with liberating a live rabbit on Gingie station. Clements had been de- stroying rabbits under an arrangement with Mr. Scott, of Gingie, which provided that the skins should be Clement's, and it was alleged that while he killed and skinned all full-grown rabbits whose skins were marketable, he released the young ones, whose, skins were valueless. The case lasted all day, and aroused great interest, it being the first of the kind here. The accused was fined £25, with costs added. Merinos for Africa. The demand in South Africa for stud merinos should be worth closer atten- tion from Australasian breeders and their agents. Apparently the orders are being mainly filled by breeders in the United States, and the Vermont flocks seem to have been extensively patronised. The 'American Sheepbreed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

BUTTER   Shipments for the World's Metropolis. IMPORTANT NOTICE. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, have established in London a special Butter Department, supervised by thoroughly efficient Experts, which deals solely with the consignments regularly received from Australia and New Zealand. As this Company sell the Butter Direct to the Distributing Houses and the Trade (only) throughout Great Britain, they are in a position to secure the very highest market prices for all consignments entrusted to their care. The Company aot aa Selling Brokers only.   Liberal Cash Advances made against shipments.   Correspondence from Butter Factory Managers Invited.   NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, WOOL, SKIN, GRAIN, STOCK, AND PRODUCE SALESMEN (Established throughout Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain,) SYDNEY OFFICES: 38-40 BRIDGE STREET. Manager, W. F. LAWRY. Sub-Manager, E. R. GRAHAM. T...

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BERRY STUD FARM. A Dairying Section. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

BERRY STUD FARM. A Dairying Section. The agitation of the South Coast people for an extension of the Berry Stud Farm, so as to provide for experiment and instruction in the agricultural side of dairying was brought to a culmina- tion early last month, when representa tives of the various agricultural societies of the Coast met the Minister for Agricul- ture, Mr. S. W. Moore, and received his assurance that he would support the pro- posal before the Government. The Minister visited Berry with the Director of Agriculture and the Dairy expert in fulfilment of a promise pre- viously made. Mr. H. Morton, President of the Berry Agricultural Society, explained to the Minister that the desire was that sons of the district farmers should be afforded facilities for receiving instruction in those improved methods upon which they would have to rely for increased returns. The proposal, which emanated from the Berry Society, had been almost unanimously approved by all the South Coast Societies, a...

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A BAD MILKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

A BAD MILKER. The writer of Dairy Notes in the "Mark Lane Express" once possessed a cow of a certain breed that was troubled with poverty in her milk (this was before the days of the "Gerber Tester" and cream tubes), and as this cow's milk had not been noticed in quality owing to her being a heavy milker, she was told off to provide new milk for a couple of calves to be fed from the pail. After a couple of weeks' keep upon this milk the calves shrank away so terribly that the milk of another cow had to be substituted, and on the milk from the former cow being set in a pan for creaming with a view to ascertaining its quality it was found to be so poor as literally to be cream- less. Such milk, it is quite certain, is useless so far as nourishment is con- cerned. Milking on Shares. In New Zealand the general custom in the North Island is for the farmer to find the cows and the grass, and housing accommodation for the milkers, and to give them as a return for their labour two-fifths of...

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A GOOD MILKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

A GOOD MILKER.   A most remarkable account of butter production from a Guernsey cow is be ing published in the American papers, to which a few references may be in- teresting in these days of butter tests and per centages. The total quantities of udder produce recorded from this cow in the twelve months are as follows : — Milk, 14,920lb 8oz, the total of butter got 857.16lb, average percentage 5.75. The total quantity of butter fat according to the usual calculation of the addition of one sixth, gives no less a total of com- mercial butter than 1000. 2lb, which, for convenience sake may be said to be 2olb. butter per week for the year, or to be more exact, over 19lb. The cow was born in April, 1895, and weighs exactly 12oolb.

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The Dairyman's Page. THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

The Dairyman's Page.   (By Frank McCaffrey.) THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. The records of history furnish us with so little authentic information respecting dairying in Australia, that it might not improperly be passed over without even a cursory notice in almost any review of the industry in this State. There are, how ever, some circumstances that render an inquiry into the origin and progress of knowledge among the scattered dairying centres peculiarly interesting, and which naturally prompt the wish that the few fragments of history which yet remain on the subject should be preserved. Among the circumstances alluded to stand out prominently the factors which enabled the dairymen of the North Coast of this State to compete favorably on the markets of the world, with the most fa- vored districts in the State during the summer months of the year. Of all the great advancements in dairy ing it may fairly be conceded to the Illa- warra dairymen the honor of building up splendid h...

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PASSING EVENTS. Something personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

PASSING EVENTS. By "The Chatterer." Something personal. The chief event in which readers of the "Farmer and Settler" are presently con-   cerned is, of course, the appearance of a paper that is to live and speak for them, to them, and through them. The present issue is infantile as far as age is concern- ed, for it will only be a few days old when the most distant of its readers within the State peruse these lines. But it is going to grow, and as it grows it will take a hand in every movement in which those who have created it and are supporting it are interested. In the near future, when the infantile troubles which are common in the world of journ- alism as in the animal kingdom are outgrown, there will be the natural filling out of form, increase of strength, and vigorous play of faculties — all of which will be used in championing the cause of "the man on the Land." I am aware   that all promising youngsters do not develop into sturdy youth or vigorous ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

The Pastoral Finance Association Ltd. WOOL and PRODUCE SELLING BROKERS. FROZEN MEAT EXPORTERS. . . . Their exports of Frozen Mutton and Lamb for   the last ten months have reached the large total of over A Quarter of a Million Carcases The Company is now treating about 45,000 carcases per month, thus rendering very valu- able assistance to the Pastoral and Producing Industries, and entitling the Company to the cordial support of all Stock Owners, &c. SUPPORT THE BY YOUR CONSIGNMENTS OF WOOL and PRODUCE Head Office - 13 Phillip St., Sydney. Manager, T. C. BOYD. THE "NOX-ALL"   Hand Poison Pollard Distributor.   30/- Complete. Postage 2/- extra.   Will work in the roughest country or in the midst of crops, etc., where Poison Carts are an im- possibility. It weighs only 6 1/2lbs., holds over 1000 baits, and can be loaded in two minutes. The special advantages of the machine are its portability, and having no intricate parts to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIRE COUNCILS AND THE PASTURES PROTECTION ACT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

SHIRE COUNCILS AND THE PAS- TURES PROTECTION ACT. (To the Editor.) Sir, — Since the passing of the "Shires Bill," we are told that the machinery is being oiled up, with a view of getting the provisions of that Bill into working order. The Legislative Unpopular Cham- ber saw fit in its wisdom to eliminate the administration of the Pastures Protection Act from the duties of Shire Councillors. This will result, in one or two instances that I know of, in certain Shires being absolutely without representation on the Pastures Protection Board that claims jur- isdiction over them. This anomaly is the result of Section II of the Pastures Pro-   tection Act, 1902, in which the dividing of pastures districts is voluntary with the Ministry, and it happens that in some in- stances the whole of the P.P. directorate live cheek by jowl in one corner of the district, the remaining parts being with out representation. Will some of your many readers inform me through you, Sir, whether th...

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SUBSIDIES TO AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

SUBSIDIES TO AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. With a view to encouraging: the agricul- tural societies to co-operate with the De- partment of Agriculture in promoting the interests of agriculture and kindred sub- jects, the following special conditions to govern the payment of additional subsidy have been decided upon. In addition to the subsidy of 7/6 in the £ on approved prizes,societies shall be en- titled to an aditional 2/6 in the £ on all approved prizes, but not to exceed 15/- in the £ on the total receipts from bona fide members' subscriptions, if any of the fol- lowing conditions be complied with : — (a) That the society arranges for the carrying out of field experiments on an area and in a locality to be approved by the Department. This area may be eith- er the property of the society, land leased for the purpose, or otherwise arranged for. The experiments to be carried out in a manner approved by the Department, and an application on the form prescribed to be made by a date to be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

FARMERS AND SETTLERS! If you desire to help along a good cause DO IT 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 arid send to the office without delay. To THE MANAGER,   "The Farmer and Settler" Newspaper,   84 Pitt Street, Sydney. Dear Sir, —   Please enrol my name upon your list of subscribers and forward the paper regularly, for which I agree to pay the sum of 5/- per annum, and now enclose a sum of* ............................. on account           thereof,   Name .................................................                     &...

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LAND REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

LAND REFORM. (By L.C.) The State Parliament closed its Session leaving the much-talked-of Amending Land Bill a thing of threads and patches, as of yore. As matters now stand, the Parliament has simply played into the hands of the anti-land reform party, and drifted into the old disease of putting up with makeshifts— anything, in fact, to pass over their term.     Was there ever a time in the history of   this State when a majority of its people have shown by unmistakable signs a de- sire to adopt the first plank of the Farm- ers' and Settlers' ? Association platform, viz., "Land settlement to be paramount over revenue"? The Hon. Minister for Lands is, we believe, sincere in that re- spect, and there is no doubt of his ability, to deal with the subject; but it must be admitted that, whatever the cause, Mr.   Ashton has shown unmistakable indica- tions of weakness in dealing with the land problem, which has been somewhat dis- &am...

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

HELD OVER. A large number of contributed articles on topical subjects, letters, etc., have been crowded out of this issue. They will, however, appear next week.  

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IRRIGATION.-I. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

IRRIGATION.— I. (By Robert Gibson, Hay.) The question of irrigation is occupying more or less attention at the present time over the whole world, while in the States of the Commonwealth it has especially become a live question. Before dealing with the matter in its local aspect, as regards this State, I wish to make a few extracts from a work lately written — "Ir- rigation in the United States," by F. H. Newell. Of all the countries of the world, perhaps, the United States of America most closely resemble Austra- lia — only we have more and land in proportion. Arid regions are taken as including those of twenty or less inches of average annual rainfall, and include about two-fifths of the entire area of the United States, extending from about the middle of the continent west nearly to the Pacific Ocean. If we glance at a map of the world that shows the average humi- dity, one is struck with the fact that there is a much larger area of the globe having under twenty inches' of rainfal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

THE STATES COMPANY'S RABBIT POISON ECONOMICAL, AROMATIC, DEADLY. BAITS NEVER IGNITE. Give it a trial,   you'll use no other. This poison is done up in 2-lb. tins with patent tops. Price 2/- per tin or 18/- per doz. by taking the 2doz. case. Sole Representative: HARRY FOSTER, 383 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY. DAIRY SALT. "CROWN" Brand Extra Fine Dairy Salt is guaranteed chemically pure,     therefore recommended for Butter making. "GLOBE " Coarse Refined, guaranteed chemically pure for Bacon Curing.     "CROWN" Salt for Butter; "GLOBE " Salt for Bacon.         ARTHUR MUSTON & SON, 17 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. Sole Agents— COMMONWEALTH SALT REFINING CO., Ltd.

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A BRANCH SECRETARY, F. AND S. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

A BRANCH SECRETARY, F. AND S. ASSOCIATION. (By A. Cynic.) The qualifications for this post are many and varied. For instance, the Secretary is to be suave and gentle in manner, and yet have a hide like an elephant; for must he not be ready to conciliate the local roads mag- nate and the railway officials in the inter- ests of his branch, and yet stand as ada- mant when he is metaphorically kicked and cuffed either by the officials or by the members of the general public, who "do not see the good a Farmers' and Settlers' Association is doing," because, forsooth! a shovelful of metal is not   dumped before each of their respective gateways, forgetful always of the great good they have reaped by reason of the justice wrung from the Government by the exertions of our body? The Secretary must also be ready at all times and seasons to sacrifice himself or his convenience to represent his branch, and woe betide him if he fails at any dis- trict conference or gathering to "keep...

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