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THE WILLIS CASE. HOW THE EXTRADITION EFFORTS FAILED. ATTORNEY-GENERAL WADE TELLS THE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

THE WILLIS CASE. HOW THE EXTRADITION EFFORTS FAILED. ATTORNEY-GENERAL WADE TELLS THE STORY. Interviewed on Wednesday, Mr. Wade, Attorney-General, gave particulars con cerning- the failure in the Willis extradi tion proceeding's in Natal, and the com munications which had passed between him and the authorities in Natal during those proceedings. He emphasised the fact that there had been very great diffi culty in getting information from Natal, the authorities there not having realised the desirability of sending information unless he asked ror it, and even tnen failing to answer his questions speci fically. He explained that the papers in connection with the case reached Durban on September ioth last year, but the Government received no news until a cable was sent asking for informa tion on October nth. The answer came back that matters were proceeding satis factorily, and that the police would cable again when the order was made for the surrender of Willis. The case was then before ...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLLA PODRIDA. (Political and Otherwise.) I Told You So! [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

OLLA PODRJDA. (Political and Otherwise.; By Cypher. I Told You So! As the outcome of the extradition pro ceedings which for many months past have dragged their weary length through the courts of Natal, the astute gentleman whose presence is so badly wanted in this State has been discharged from custody, and is henceforth free to come and go as he chooses. The fact that df .all places in the world, a British colony is his safest asylum from the New South W.ales officers of the law, must hugely appeal to his ' sense of humour, and he doubtless fully appreciates the extraordinary situation. His recent experiences have probably con verted him — and, incidentally, thousands of his compatriots — to the -well-known opinion of the immortal Bumble, respect ing the law ; but there is a more serious side to this question, as the local authori ties will probably discover to '.their cost. By the rapidly-diminishing num'ber who have still a lingering respect for the pre sumed infallibility of the...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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LADS FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

LADS FOR FARMERS. Mr. E. Scott-Mackenzie, hon. secretary of the Immigration League of Australia,, writes : 'If the league did nothing else, it would justify its existence by the work it is doing in sending city lads into the country as pupils to farmers. - Six lads of from 15 to 19 years of age were sent off to Coff's Harbor on Tuesday night, and three more follow on Friday. There ' an agent of the league, Mr. P. J. Mac namara, will meet them, and get them: uuuvuycu ivj we vaiiuus laim^io wuw n have arranged to take them. They wilt begin with a small wage,; which will be increased every three months until they . are getting the wage ruling in the district for such labor. Dr. Arthur, M.L. A., who. has just returned from Myall Creek, re ports that twenty lads could be placed.' there among the farmers on the estate, and that many others would be taken glad ly by those who have settled on Bannock burn-. There will be room for others when the Byron Estate comes under settle ment. It is r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

. SPEOIAL, NOTICE, ————-—-—-—--—-———--— 3^13, 3^5 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. 1 WHEAT. The Largest and Oldest Co-Operative Selling Agency in the State. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL: £48,698. ANNUAL TURNOVER t £500,000. ' WHEAT' To Wheat Growers, Live Stock Owners, Dairy Farmers, and all Men on the Land, SUPPORT YOUR OWN SELLING AGENCY. CONSIGN ALL YOUR PRODUCE TO FOR SALE. AS 'We have your very best interests at heart, We have Expert Salesmen in each Department. We make every effort to obtain Highest Market Prices. We have Branches in all the most important business centres. Our Commission Charges are the Lowest. We send Account Sales and Cheques immediately after Sales, REMEMBER— We mean to succeed, and our success means your success, so do the correct thing, and adopt Co-operative Marketing by sending your Produce to us for Sale. S. J. OXLEY, General Manager. GHEMB.A.I' SUBDIVISION S.AJL.E. WHEEO ESTATE, Crookwell, New South Wales. TUESDA.T, MAKCH: ±3, 19O8. 17,700 ACRES FREEHOLD. Permanently Wa...

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BRANCH SECRETARIES PLEASE NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

BRANCH SECRETARIES PLEASE NOTE. Parcels of copies of 'The Farmer and Settler' are regularly forwarded to every Branch Secretary for distribution as 'spe- cimens' to probable subscribers. No charge is made for the specimen parcel. After a Branch Secretary or District Agent secures a subscriber, and forwards the name and address to head office, he has no more trouble, as subscribers' copies are always posted direct from the office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

FARMERS AND SETTLERS 1 If you want to help this paper — to see it growing brighter and big ger, make a point of transacting your business first with those Firms who .advertise in its. columns. Those who advertise in your paper are spending1 their money, not for fun, , but because they value your trade, and ;have faith in you. Show the firms advertising you appreciate their . , confidence by mentioning your ipaper. -?;? .every- time. you write them. ? ;:?:--..-?*? :'? ???? ..????????! T. I. CAMPBELL, ; 1 ' Secretary. . .

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METROPOLITAN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

METROPOLITAN BRANCH. The following circular has been sent to members : — Sydney, 22nd Feb., 1906. Sir, — You are invited to attend a meet ing of the above Branch, to be held at the Grand Central Hotel on Thursday, 1st March, at 7.30 p.m. Business. — To consider correspondence received from the General Secretary per taining to important resolutions submit ted from country Branches ; also a motion from Mr. C. Barnes pertaining to abat toirs question ; and other business. C. J. PRATT, Hon. Sec.

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NORTH-WESTERN NOTES. A Champion at Last.—Artesian Boring and Government Callousness. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

NORTH-WESTERN NOTES. , (By; Myall.). A Champion at Last. — Artesian Boring and Government Callousness. . I must add my quota of congratulation to those responsible for the initial issues of 'The Farmer and Settler.' It has been launched on the troubled journalistic waters at a time when its presence was never more needed, and representing as it does one of the largest and most im portant organisations in the Common wealth, its future success should be as sured. The 'Farmer and Settler' has a wide field for its operations. The pro tests and requirements of the small land holders, who have few loud-voiced poli ticians to blow their trumpet and no in fluential Tory papers to advocate their cause, have hitherto been ignored; but, * with the aid of a newspaper whose inter ests are their interests, the requirements of the settlers must be fully considered, and their views on land legislation and administration taken heed of. That the Farmers' and Settlers' Association has justified its ex...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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LATE ASSOCATION ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

LATE ASSOGATION ITEMS. The General Secretary makes rejoinder at the Lands Commission to the Pastoral ists' Supplementary Statement and Mr. Macfarlane's criticisms : of the. Associa tion's Statement. We will furnish ex-., tracts next issue. Attention of Branches is called to the meeting of the Executive Council, which is convened ror 9U1 April next, wnen L/on ference arrangements will be considered. Resolutions for Conference should be sent along. President Perry is visiting Inverell Dis trict, and will address several Branch As sociations during the week., Coonabarabran Branch' has been reor ganised, and Mr. H. H. Moss appointed secretary. The next meeting: is convened for March 3rd, when a good enrolment of new members is expected. President Perry recently visited Coonabarabran and stirred matters up generally.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

THE STATE8 COMPANY'S RABBBT PO8SON ECONOMICAL, AROMATIC, DEADLY. |aOF- BAITS NBV£E IGNITE. Giro it a trial, you'll use no other. This poieou is douo up in 2-lb. tins with patent tops. Prioe 2/- per tin or 18/- per doz. by takiuj.' the 2doz. case. Sole Representative: HARRY FOSTER, 383 Sussex St.. Sydnvt. JAMES CARROLL & CO., Crown Lands & Financial Agents, 19 Hunter St., Sydney. Transact business for Grown Lessees, Seleotors, and other*, with the Uorerameut, Local and Western Lands Boards and Appeal Court. TRUST MONEY to lend on Freehold and Leasehold Properties, and on Shares under Wills, &o. DO YOU WANT A GOOD PIANO ? For Sterling Qualities combined with Cheapness HAENDEL AND BECKER PIANOS are unrivalled. They have a beautiful singing tone, perfoot action, stability and endurance. EASY TIME PAYMENTS. Sole Apents— GAVIN, GfBSON & CO., LTD., Qoesn Victoria Markets, George Stuket, Sydney (Near the Town Hall). Telesrmph Address : 'EXCHANGE.' Pontal Addr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

THE FARMERS' & SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION i ,.„„„?*. IOF NEW SOUTH WALES. Established 189O. President : Mr. J. PERRY, M.L.A. (Quirindi). Vice-Presidents : Mr. J. WETHERSPOON (Glencoe). Mr. J. L. TREFLE (Temora). Treasurer: Mr. H. J. Crowe (Coolac). General Secretary : Mr. T. I. CAMPBELL, 84 Pitt Street, Sydney. Executive Council: R. PATTEN (Wellington), L. COX (Wagga), W. P. DYCE (Curra.warra), \V. A. EWERS (Bena and Wamboyne), W. J. CARTWRIGHT (Sebastopol), F. PINKSTONE (Cootamundra), A. M'ARTHUR (Jerilderie), F. M'ROBERTS (Myall Creek), T. C. WORBOYS (Metropolitan Branch), E. BYRNE (Germanton), J. M'INERNEY (South Gundagai). LIST OF BRANCHES AND SECRETARIES: Aberdeen, Wood, C. \V., Aberdeen. Attunga, Green, Stuart, Attunga. Armldale, McArthur, A., Armidale. Baradlne, McGill, R. N., Molg-o, Baradine. Balladoran and Coalbaggie, Machin, H., Ranter's Cr., Gilgandra. Brookong, O'Connell, M., Lockhart. Ben Lomond, Ensor, E. T., Ben Lomond. Binalong, Dargan, M., Binalong. Bena and Wam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

I THERE ARE OMLY TWO METHODS ! ^| H TWO SUCCESSFUL METHODS B H OF EXTERMINATING RABBITS! H urn H Hj The N.S.W. Government Analyst, Mi1. W. M. Hamlet, publicly itunounces thnt ?? ^B Babbit-proof Fences and the Poison Curt are tin? most successful remedies to H| ^H employ agaiust the Rabbit, mm B ffiwjMBgp^ Don't wait— or waste time— on experiments. Hi jH uaP'Mwr Infectious disease cannot wholly exterminate! ?? fl tf^ETT Tfl MffHSlf ut ouce w^^ a Cart! but make mire you ?? ? UE.1 III WUlfl\ have the best Cart-fche I.X.L. Cant. H I JE^ZJg^ JHj«- TheGreatAutomatic Poison Cart I I -wj ^ ^osRer Fumigator. I ? ''^^^Iflk, |the most successful rabbit-destroyer j I r WK #\j3 ^M\ «l\5 uJftL^'n Nnnrlv 3,000 now in iisr is siitliri»nf -nn untpp. HI H ^^P^I^OfWAS^ Write for PurEiculnisuu-J Prices to ^B I ^Ay/S?*- GEO. E. FO.RTESCUE& SONS, H WM ^hMfrmtairrn Jt-i*&~~ Patentees ami Sole Manufacturers, HB H Onliuar.v Curt, cuuiiiIlmu. lioirun* of Imitation*. -&*$ ARNCUIFFE, SY...

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THE POULTRY FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. Friday's Sales, 23rd. February. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

THE POULTRY FARMERS' COOP ERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. Friday's Sales. 23rd. February. Eggs in good supply and steady de mand. New-laid hen eggs, 1/1 to 1/2; duck, '1/24. Prime cockerels sold freely at from 5/ to 6/6. Inferior sorts glutted market ; prices low and very irregular. Old hens in brisk ? demand, good sorts up to 3/9; prime young English ducks plentiful, prices ranging from 2/9 to 3/9. A fine lot of Muscovy drakes realised 5/9; average price for good sorts, 5/-. Muscovy ducks from 2/6 to 3/-. Turkeys scarce and wanted. Gobblers, 18/-; hens, 1 1/3.

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LIVE STOCK REPORT FOR WEEK ENDING 31st FEB., 1906. AT FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

LIVE STOCK REPORT FOR WEEK ENDING 31 8t FEB., 1906. AT FLEMINGTON. Sheep. — 38,345, including 3156 lambs, were yarded for the week's supply. The quality on the whole was good. Buyers were in full attendance, and competed freely for all prime forward, while for the medium quality reduced values had to be accepted. Crossbred wethers sold from 14/- to 18/6; ewes from 12/- to 16/3; mer ino wethers from 9/- to 18/8; ewes from 7/- to 13/1. Lambs. — From 10/6 to 13/6 for the bet ter quality ; others at lower rates. Cattle. — 2285 yarded for the week's sup ply, 1380 being yarded on Thursday. The quality was from good. to prime. Best beef may be quoted to 21/r per 100 lbs. Buyers were in full attendance, but the supply was too heavy, so reduced values had to be accepted. Best bullocks sold from .67/15/- to ,£11/10/-; others cheaper. Steers sold from ,£4 to ,£6/6/- ; cows from ,£4 to ,£7; a few extra choice weighty to ,68. AT CITY YARDS. Pigs. — 1540 forward for the week's sup ply, composed p...

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MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

MARKET REPORTS. Wheat. — The position is as forecasted last week. The market has been heavily supplied, and there is difficulty in effect ing- sales at recent ruling prices. The Sydney market compares favourably with ruling rates both in Melbourne and Adel aide, although in the two latter centres the F.A.Q. standard is 63 lbs. for this season. Victorian and South Australian farmers have sold very largely at the oq r\ ior tMilirtrr rntoc r\V\t*i ininrr in flioir ra. spective markets. Those who effected clearance of the greater part of their stocks are to be congratulated where they realized while prices were obtainable at about 3/4. The prices ruling on the week were: Prime milling, 3/1$ to 3/2 for very * exceptional lots. F.A.Q. is quoted at 3/oi to 3/1. Prime chickwheat sells at up to 3/1 ; medium and inferior from 2/S. The prospects for the near future do not augur well for any improvement in prices. English advices report very large arrivals and numerous charters. On the week pri...

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THE VAGARIES OF A BUSH FIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

THE VAGARIES OF A BUSH FIRE Mr. J. McNamara, of Trungley Hall, Temora, relates an eccentricity exhibited 'by the fire fiend, or, rather, by the wind, on his property in December last. 'A fire started close to the stripper,' said Mr. McNamara — ' probably one of the men dropped a live match. There was a very high wind blowing at the time, and the flames spread with amaz ing rapidity. This was in a very thinly cropped part of the paddock — about the poorest I had. The neighbours were on the spot in no time, and put up a great fight, but I doubt if their splendid efforts would have availed had not a very remarkable thing happened, and that was this : The crop got gradually thicker and thicker, until it became so dense that there was a large patch, which afterwards yielded eight bags to the acre. As I have said, the fury of the wind drove the fire with great rapa dity through the thin portions of the crop ; but the path of flame, as it met with more and more resistance, narrow ed and na...

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AN IMPORTANT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

AN IMPORTANT CASE. A Supreme Court action, commenced last year, has been resumed in Mel bourne. The plaintiff, Walter Chamber lain Peacock, seeks to restrain D. M. Os borne and Co., and the International Harvester Company, of America, from making, using, or vending ploughs man ufactured according to plaintiff's inven tion, or in any manner colorably differ ing from plaintiff's goods. Plaintiff further claims ,£5000 as dam ages. Defendants deny any infringe ment, and assert that the alleged patent is neither new nor useful, nor is it the subject matter of an invention. The case is likely to last for several days.

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VISITORS AT THE MARLBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

VISITORS AT THE MARLBOROUCH. Among the visitors at the Hotel Marl borough, Sir John Young's Crescent, dur ing the week, were: — Mr. and Mrs. J. Crane (Port Macquarie), Mr and Mrs. J. Y. Bell and family ('Marshmead,' Wal gett), Mr. and Mrs. A. Maguire (Wal gett) ; Mis'ses B. Grimshaw (London), S. Green (Warren), Flood (Liverpool), A. C. Allen (Melbourne), L. Trew (Sydney), Webster (Dunedin) ; Messrs. A. Earp (London), A. Dryden (Brisbane), H. J. Johnson (Brisbane), H. Jonas (Candelo), Byrne (Launceston).

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THE RUSH FOR LAND. 45 APPLICANTS FOR THREE BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

THE RUSH FOR LAND. 45 APPLICANTS FOR THREE BLOCKS. A wire from Narrabri, Thursday last, says : — During the whole of yesterday the Local Land Board was engaged investi gating the bona-fides of applicants for three settlement leases within Burren resumed area. The areas offered con sisted of 4798 acres, 5306 acres, and 7962 acres respectively, while the capital values of the two first were fixed at £1 1 os. and the latter at ,£1 7s. 6d. The areas are situated 64 miles from Narra bri, consis'ting mostly of black soil plain. There were 45 applicants for these blocks, nearly all of whom put in an application for each block. At the sit tings of the board to investigate the bona fides three applications were with drawn. After investigation, 25 appli cants were allowed to go to the ballot, which resulted : — P. Sullivan (Walgett), E. W. Jeffery (Wee Waa), and C. E. Brayshaw (Narrabri) being successful. During the evidence the fact was elici ted that most of the applicants had amounts from ...

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AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 February 1906

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS. T. Robinson and Co. Proprietary, Lim ited, of Spotswood, near Melbourne, are making use of our columns to bring their farming machinery and implements under the notice of the New South Wales farm ers. The name of this firm is well known throughout the Commonwealth, and al most every requirement of the tiller cf the soil in the shape, of machinery is fur nished by them.

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