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A PRETTY DRAWING-ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

A PRETTY DRAWING-ROOM. Old-world ways of furnishing the best or Jiving room of the family have changed so greatly of late that one is stamped by one's drawing room-stamped and dated, too, for furniture is chronological in the way its " period" writes itself upon each chair and cabinet. 1 need only take, for instance, the words "Japanese/ and "aesthetic" to call up visions of drawing-rooms possessed by friends, who revelled in each phase as it came out, p,nd furnished accordingly, the chairs and tables of each craze being left high and dry by the receding waves of fashion, and looking like derelicts east up 1>y the ever restless sea. Nowadays we have all caught the "clean" craze. In the modern women's sitting-room everything must wash. Even the walls are washable, and all the chair covers visit the laundry periodically. At stated intervals, too; all the wood work-which must be enamelled with that object in view-is subjected to a thorough washing. Curtains are short and not allowed...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

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Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHIONS AND FOLLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

FASHIONS AND FOLLIES. At the Anniversary rare meeting were revealed one or two little facts in regaru to fashion and its vagaries that might make the judicious grieve. One was that .' Our Miss Gibbs" is a great leader of the mode. The hat whicn bears the name of that viva cious stage heroine has become al most as much a uniform piece of headgear as the policeman's helmet. Two out of every three women sported a round straw hat trimmed with the Dig bow of piece silk at t..e side, known as the Miss Gibbs' hat. The style is pretty and economical, but ic is fainy done to aeath. Black and white are the favourite colours in millinery, as they have been for some time. The *" thimble" toque is another vogue that verges on the eccentric. Hats are growing higher in tne crown anu narrower in the brim, and the thimble gets this effect in ail its sweet simplicity. The lace bows stillIv wired, and tiie big choux of tulle are looking very depressed and dismal in this rainy time, and have wiued away...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

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Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGENTS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

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Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL SCOURING. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

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Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT. PRICES STILL FALLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

WHEAT. PRICES STILL FALLING. Wheat (monitors at the present time arc going about with ghm faces, una the expressive shrug of the shoul ders which any inquiry as to the mar ket generally elicits, plainly tells its own tale of depression; wlulo grow ers wonder why they di'Jn t accept the values of a few weeks back) and so nobody is satisfied, which is usual ly the case on a falling market. Since our previouB report wheat values throughout Australia have fallen from VM to 2d per bushel, it being impossible to get shippers at the moment to give over 3/5 per bush el, Sydney, a figure growers luivc not much cared about accepting. !?hifl further depression has been duo cinet ly to the inactivity of the English markets, buyers there pursuing a very cautious policy-one that lias caused our shippers considerable con cern. The fact of the matter is that the world's supplies are too liberal to create any fear as to the future, ana for this reason speculation has been very much curtailed, and co...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAT STOCK. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

FAT STOCK. SHEEP. At Thursday's lloniebush fat stock DftlCH Hll(!(!|) 1111(1 lambs W(!l(! ill 1'llil Supply, '.riii! n.1.1,cndance of buyers was very satisfactory, a number of those interested iii the export I,rude being present. The peiinings em braced o2,.'i'M sheep and lambs, sent in by 241) consignees in lots varying from 8 to 11)00. Tlii! sheep market ©ponod with good competition. Valuer Tilled n little easier for medium quality Bheep, hut prime sheep suit able for export were in good demand at valucH almoHt oi|mil to hint day's ratoH. Prices fluctuated a little as the Hales proceeded, but on the whole tlio rates of Monday last were well maintained for prime sheep. .Plain sorts, however, were about (Id. per head lower. Quotations may be given as lollows : - Prime woolly wethers, 17/ to 18/ ; prime merino wethers (early shorn). 14/0 to l.r>/(l ; extra prime (early shorn), 10/(1 to 17/0 ; good mermo wethers and hoggets, 10/ to 12/ ; prime late-shorn merino wethers, 12/0 to 13/...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

LAMBS. Opening with strong competition, especially from buyers for export, the market fully maintained last Mon day's rates for export lambs, but other qualities were a little cheaper, about (id. less per head than prices ruling at previous sales. Quotations are as follows :-Prime woolly lambs and suckers, 11/0 to 12/0; extra prime, 13/0 to 15/ ; good lambs and suckers, 8/ to 10/; medium, 4/0 to 6/0. There was a large proportion of crossbreds, and many of them were almost full-woolled.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

CATTLE. Of cattle, 1S!)9 head were yarded, chiefly good useful sorts, with only a moderate number of prime, but 110 extra prime heavy bullocks. The consignors numbered eighty, the lots varying from a couple of beasts to 151 head. The market for prime light cattle was fully equal to late rates, but for medium and plain quality there was less demand, and prices were a little lower. A draft of 8S Bteers, sold 011 account of White JJros., made up to .C!)/!)/, averaging iJS/ll/U. Quotations may be given as follows i'rinie medium-weight bullocks.. AIU/JU/ lo .UK) ; prime light bullocks jind steers, ,CH/f>/ to CJ ; yards ol good bullocks and steers, .liti/l0/ to £7/10/; yards oi medium bullocks mid steers, .iM/ll)/ to .1.;">/1 T»/; yards <)f prime cows ami heifers, i;ii In JJ(t/10/; yards oi cxlia prime cows Ullil tieilers, .1:7 to .1:7/10/ ; yards of fjuuil cows and heifers, ,i.'-</l0/ to Jift/J0/; yards ol medium cows ami Jliiil'eiH, i::i lo i.'l ; best, heel'...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

'iVy JKmI fiioi'li I'inli'Mm'n ; fiyijji UVUh )?<? * n! )ftt tit 'it '< If til tUH\'<.hMf IHI'HI h I'HIMH '4'. 111' < WW "J?\J IL ,1/uiunI'p.tjiiiif;* Mth'tlW/' ttit 'thUM 'I ?!< I '/'Willi'-'UK 11/ .I'llK MMbT S''/I'f ti'l'or.ti fi/W.J'UWIJ'IH I i't Mill IJII'I.I ) I f 11M J' ,H ;.IMU mm / I I M!il MM l>' i'i M I M' " 'MHtttih ISVIfHli'iy Hinl IJM V I .Uw.HwuliH I IIJ Hilt fc lyyilil^.lnlliblnlH^ II l'l It ? I TO flMMai WMM| GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK of NEW SOUTH WALES Hand Olflco-MOORE STREET SYDNEY. The Commiflsioijern have Money to Lewi to F»u'meru»unl HotUm'tt Jrom I no to l '-i 01)0. ivpayalilD |iy jn.stalim:nt!i exti:inllnji over Hi) yenrs, l,»\y fiitvg of HitiTi.'.sl it nil ,s|iri:ial iv|iaynu:iit privili'ilrUi ilx: NaviiMjA Mnttli ISnjidrfounl in-vupta UHl'ONIT-'i J'KOM la. to |ntpi'u»t pit ill on tlii: miiiinmiii mnnllily luilaiu:c, ADVANl'li-'i MADH IJl' 'I'D DDI) lit minli'l-Mtu im'cs ill liiti'iu'tit, Full l ji tll...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Produce. BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

General Produce. BUTTER. Kecord Hupplics of hul-Lcr are com ing forward from all centreo, and the effects of the bountiful rain of the ])ii.Ht Dion Mi are being reflected from the butter factories. Prices are an (|uoted last week, first grade being !)()/ 011 Hpot. Over two-thirds of the State's butter production has to find its way to the old country, and the factories are taking tlieir own rink as to export. Messrs. .Foley JJron. shipped by the s.s. Osterley this week '22,1)00 boxes from tlieir .Brisbane branch. It is confidently asserted that the coining winter is going to be the bent yet experienced in the butter trade, and that the State's output will bo centre, and butter is being landed in tlio largest 011 record; as hutter-niak ing is going on vigorously in every Sydney in great quantities. One ilrm, who have been in the business for 'JO years in Sussex-street, receiv ed their record consignment this week, 2700 boxes for one day. It is expected by the trade that there will be...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

FRUIT. There in fair in<|iiii'y for prime fruit of all kimlH, and plenty of room for it in lli<! Sydney markets, but; in ferior, of all classes has been practi cally unsaleable of late, the ofVctsI;, to some extent of tlio continued wet weather, which has restricted tin* opo 1'ationH of dealers. I'rime fruits are bringing fair prices right through tins lint, with a good demand. "VV<; want I,'ood h111fV here," naid a I'/athurst strcet fruit merchant, "there in room for all the good fruit they can grow." Owing to the commerce regulations restricting the export of fruit to only the bent samples, the prime fruit in allowed to go out of the States, and eoiiHcquen My AiiHl.raliarm have the privilege of using up the second-rate Htiill' when supplies of prime run nhort. Preservers and iksi'h are far more piu'tieular than they used to be, as to what fruit they buy, and will not touch the inferior class of Hfull' while there in any good fruit to be had. Consig...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

PRODUCE. Railway Sales.-At the railway sales this week, business lias been Hat, unci there has been a difficulty in clearing consignments. Choicest wheaten chair realised lip to 4/4% to 4/0, and prime oaten 3/4% to 4/. Lower qualities, at a corresponding reduction, were hard to quit. Very heavy supplies oversea, from Victoria have swamped the market, and it is almost impossible to dispose of the inferior samples. Chaff in Sussex Street.-Quotations for prime wheaten are 4/3 to 4/9, and oaten 3/!) to 4/. Melbourne wheaten chad' is selling at 4/3 to 4/9, and oat en at 3/0 to 3/9. The arrival during the week of 35,000 bags of chaff, of different kinds, from Victoria, had a weakening effect on the market. . Maize.-There is very little of the New Sou tli Wales maize on the mar ket that is not weevilly, and no more than 2/0 to 2/7 can be got for this. A little Victorian prime yellow, free from weevil, is coming forward, and sells at 2/9 to 2/11 per bushel; white being a penny less, (loud s...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Country Municipalities. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 3 February 1911

Country Municipalities. ABERDEEN.- J. Chaffer, E. Hall, K. McLeod, W. Demi, II. Neely, and VV. Robb. ADAMSTOWN .-S. Lowell, J. A. Eaton, o. Bullerwell, J. Gellately, T. Rutherford, A. Shaw, M. Lydon, T. Robin, and W. D. Angus. ALDURY.-A. G. Daniels, H. G. Davies, G. P. Freere, C. ten Brink. Dr. Woods, C. P. Sloey, M. Fletcher, S. M. Logan, and J. Allen. A'kM ID ALE.-Curtis, Cohen, Lane.. Fitzgerald, Claveric, Kearney, Wat son, Solomons, Hunt, Glass, Dawe, and Jriern. BATHUliST.-J. Apps, A. James A. Rigby, E. A. Wright, W. Elliott, E. T. Webb, T. Perry, W. McPhil lamy, A. Gartrell, A. E. Ennis, II. C. Beavis, and A. S. Low. BARRABA.-A. R. Saunders, G. S. Evans, W. J. Morrow, J. F. Myers, Rabe, and W. Douglas. BEGA.-\V. Manning, H. M. Blomfield, II. Underbill, A. Morgan,' A. Beck, W. Ii. Braine, W. G. McKern, \v'. M. Boardraan, and T. J. Kelly. BERRY.-R. A. Jamieson, C. Leary, T. McLay, W. M. Noakes, R. Sliepherd, J. Turner, W. H. Watts, C. Turner, and F. Oke. BINGARA.-A. W. H. Bull, ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Foster Fraser and Australia. WHY HE REFUSES TO LECTURE ON THE COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 February 1911

Foster Fraser and Australia. WHY HE REFUSES TO LECTURE ON THE COMMONWEALTH. In a letter to "The Argus," Mel bourne, Mr. John Foster Fraser, who some time since visited Australia, and wrote about us, tells why he will not, as lie hoped to do, speak publicly, on behalf of Australia. This ietter: bears date December 20, and is as' follows:-"I am receiving many kind letters from Australia in regard to a recent book of mine, "Australia: The Making of a Nation." The most frequent request made is that I should see my way to lecture in Great Britain, and get the British people to understand what a grand country Australia is. I realise the ignorance Avhich prevails here, and know that nine out of every ten per sons think Australia is a drought stricken region, which produces indiff ent mutton. Error dies hard. All the Government pamphlets issued to attract immigrants are eyed with suspicion, and after-dinner "Iii-hi just-look-at-our-show" speeches by High Commissioners are just listened to a...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INVALUABLE TOAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 February 1911

THE INVALUABLE TOAD. Toads liave been found io be friends of the farmer. They feed entirely upon an incred ible number of insects. . The United States Department of Agriculture, investigating the toad, discovered: the startling fact that in twenty four hours the insect food consumed by one toad equals in quantity four times the capacity of its stomach, which is'practically filled and emp tied four times" every twenty-four hours. One hundred and fifty-nine stomachs examined by the depart ment showed a content of 19 per cent, of ants, 16 per cent, of cut-worms, 10 per cent, of the thousand-legged worms, 9 per cent, of caterpillars, 8 per cent, of ground beetles, 5 per cent, of "destructive weevils, 3 per cent, of grasshoppers, together with crickets, spiders, sow bugs, potato bugs, and a miscellaneous lot of other insects. ? Tlie food habits of toads can be easily tested by keeping, them in the yard or garden and feeding them in the evening. They feed at night, and are not at all wild...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 February 1911

Order Form Date To The Land Newspaper Co. Ltd. Hoskins' Buildings, 3 Spring street, Sydney. Dear Sirs,-Please forward your Weekly Newspaper, "THE LAND" to my address regularly, at a charge, including postage, of 5s. cash in advance, or 6s. booked, per annum. Name .................. Postal Address SHARE FARMERS WANTED, to grow Wheat within five miles of Emerald Hill Station, North-Western line. Apply J. MACKENZIE, Milchengowrie, Boggabri. Local Government Examinations for Sbire and Town Clerks. T. GLASSOP, The only L.G. Expert who Couches Candi dates for Exams, either personally or by post. Classes Day or Evening-. Splendid results. All of my pupils »t last Kxam, passed but one. Terms moderate. Address: 8 Bridge-street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Certification of Stallions. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 February 1911

Certification of Stallions. "Puzzled" writes: -"There is a matter of interest to liorse owners, which, I trust, you will allow me to write about in your columns^ J re fer^ to the certificate of stallions, which, judging from my own case, hardly seems as satisfactory as . it might be. I may as well say first, that I am-although an owncvr of, stallions-in favour of their being certificated. Mine has obtained a certificate, but, judging by this sea son's results, I don't think holding the certificate has done me much good. Now, including mine,-there are eight draught stallions standing, for public service in this district. Two of these, it is generally reported, have been rejected by the vet., and three of the others wouldn't make good geldings, in fact, they ought to be cut. These three never showed up at the Stallion Parade last August, and I'm sure no vet. would have pass ed them if they had. Well, my horse that has a certificate, the two that were rejected, and these three all do s...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lessees and the Land Tax. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 10 February 1911

Lessees and the Land Tax. ^ Tlie following memorandum has been issued by the Federal Land Tax Commissioner: - " There appears to be some con fusion in the minds of lessors and lessees as to what really constitutes a lessee under the Federal Land Tax. The Land Tax Assessment Act, 1910, provides that in respect of leases commenced before the lvth November, 1910, the lessee shall be liable to be assessed on the unim proved value of his leasehold estates in the lanu when that value is over £5000, in cases where a lessee owns no other land, or if he owns other land if the unimproved value of the other land he owns is more than £5000. " The lessee's estate in leasehold land for the purpose of the Federal land tax is the capitalised value of the difference between the rent he pays under the lease, and the rack rent of the property. Rack rent is the rent- which the lease would bring if offered under reasonable terms and conditions in the open market, as a lease for the unexpired period of t...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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