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Our Veterinary Column. Minor Surgical Operations on the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

Our Veterinary Column. By B. B. Loel, M.M.C.V.S. Minor Surgical Operations on the Farm. How often in the past have we heard the expression, "Not worth the trouble" used in reference to operations on farm stock ? But the time is surely coming when it will be worth both the time and trouble to pay more attention to the well- being of the farm animals. Time was when an animal more or less did not make any difference, but in these days of closer settlement and keen compe- tition every pound saved is a pound earn ed. If we could only gather the statis- tics of animals lost through want of knowledge and wrong treatment each year, I am sure the result would appal us. Many an animal has bled to death or been maimed in such a manner as to be rendered useless through ignorance of first-aid measures. Unlike the human body, the animal after a sickness or ac- cident must of necessity be restored to usefulness, otherwise he might as well have been destroyed right away. The human body may be resto...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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MIMOSA SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

MIMOSA SUBDIVISION. In our advertising columns particulars are given by Messrs. Pitt, Son, and Bad- gery of the forthcoming sale of the Mimosa Estate, situate in the famous Temora and Coolamon wheat district. It is a matter for sincere satisfaction that this property is at last brought with in reach of the wheatgrower, and that the sub-division is made with a view to the encouragement of closer settlement, full opportunity having been given to the modest requirements of the small settler desirous of assisting production and swelling the already large output of grain from that district. The merits of Mimosa as a wheat area have long been recognised, and it was a keen disappoint- ment to many would-be settlers that ne- gotiations were not completed with the Government on the terms of the Land Board's recommendation when the mat- ter of the Government acquiring the hold- ing was considered by the Local Land Board. It was clearly shown by expert evidence that the quality and capability ...

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

Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W. EASTER-APRIL 11 to 19, 1906. Prize Money, £3,5OO. NEW SHEEP SECTION.-ALL BRITISH BREEDS. ENTRIES CLOSE AS FOLLOWS:— Section 8: BUTTER (Class 751, for Export only) ...... Tuesday, February 27th „ 7: WINE ............. Wednesday, March 7th „ 1: HORSES ........ Wednesday, March 14th. „ 2: CATTLE ........ Thursday, March 15th.     „ 3: SHEEP (British Breeds) ........ Thursday, March 15th.   „ 4: PIGS ............. Thursday, March 15th.     „ 5: POULTRY .... Friday, March 16th. „ 5: PIGEONS .... Saturday, March 17th. „ 5: CANARIES .. Saturday, March 17th.     ,, 6: DOGS .......... Monday, March 19th. „ 8: FARM PRODUCE .... Tuesday, March 20th. „ 8: DAIRY PRODUCE ... Tuesday, March 20th. „ 10: FOODS .......... Tuesday, March 20th. „ 11: APICULTURE ..... Tuesday, March 20th. „ 12: MACHINERY ..... Wednesday, March 21st. „ 13: COACHBUILDING ..... Wednesday, March 21...

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SELF-EDUCATION. Instruction by Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

SELF-EDUCATION. Instruction by Mail. What an alluring vista is opened up to aspiring Australians on the land by the above headings ! Almost like the heaven- ly message. There is a chance of mental improvement for everyone, no matter how solitarily situated, by the mail system of education. Work on a farm or station is all very well in its way. It is healthy, and it may or may not be lucrative. But in many cases, and especially in regard to young people, it may mean monotony and mental stagnation if some special means is not adopted for securing brain recreation when physical toil is over. Now, what better method of proceeding systematically on a path of mental devel- opment than attaching oneself to the In- ternational Correspondence Schools, which are represented in Australia by Mr. E. F. Donkin, of 59 Pitt Street, Sydney? It has often struck us as a most singular fact that the most eminent men in litera- ture, art, science, and commerce have for the most part been self-educated. S...

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THE WHEEO ESTATE. Important Subdivision Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

THE WHEEO ESTATE. Important Subdivision Sale.   A good chance for agriculturists and     dairy, farmers is afforded by the subdivi-   sion of the Wheeo Estate, comprising 17,700 acres in the Crookwell district.   The estate is in close proximity to the   town of Crookwell, 40 miles from Goul-   burn, and 172 miles from Sydney. For about 60 years it was in the hands of the   Shepherd family, but recently it was pur- chased by a syndicate, who have now had it subdivided into 27 lots, ranging from   80 to 1000 acres, and a homestead block of 1663 acres. The land is all perma- nently watered by the Crookwell River and the Wheeo and Burrawinda Creeks, and the larger proportion is suitable for dairy farming, there being two butter factories readily accessible. The locality has been well cleared of timber, and agri- cultural blocks may be had, which will be peculiarly suitab...

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10,000 FARMERS AND SETTLERS [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

10,000 FARMERS AND SETTLERS The Electoral Rolls show us that   there are more than 70,000 farmers   and settlers in New South Wales.   To spread the platform of the Asso-   ciation, and increase the member   ship, every man of the 70,000 will   occasionally receive a specimen copy   of this paper. It costs money — yes,   lots of it; but our adver-   tisers are helping us to pro-   vide it. Just take a glance now     through the advertisements, and note   who they are; they deserve your   custom and recommendation— don't   forget!       T. I. CAMPBELL, Secretary.   in connection with the scheme of agri- cultural education, the, Victorian State Government has decided to establish eight agricultural high schools in centres which guarantee an a...

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

ROBERT KALESKI, SOIL & SETTLEMENT EXPERT Address: HOLSWORTHY, LIVERPOOL Soil Analysis and Treatment a Speciality. Estates Reported on.

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

GREAT SUBDITISION SALE. WHEEO ESTATE, Crookwell, New South Wales. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1906. 17,700 ACRES FREEHOLD. Permanently Watered by Rivers, Creeks and Springs. Timber Ringbarked and Cleared. Annual Rainfall, 31½ Inches. DEEP ALLUVIAL FLATS. ROLLING DOWNS OF RICH CHOCOLATE LOAM. Suitable Growth Lucerne, Maize, Potatoes, Tobacco, and all Root Crops, Wheat, Oats, Barley, and Other Cereals. GRAND DAIRY FARMS. Basalt, Heavy Grazing, Fattening and Granite Wool Growing Country. Easy Access to Sydney and Goulburn Markets. Magnificent Climate. Droughts Unknown. EXCEPTIONALLY EASY TERMS. T C. YOUNG and Co., Sydney, in conjunction with FURNER and Co., Ltd., Goulburn, have received instructions from the Wheeo Estate Company, to sell by Public Auction, at the     School of Arts, Crookwell, on   TUESDAY, 13th MARCH, 1906, at 2 O'CLOCK P.M. SHARP, the Above Magnificent Estate, subdivided into 27 lots, ranging in areas from 80 to 1000 acres, and Homestead...

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BRANCH REPORTS—Continued. HAY. Popularising the Association—The Irrigation Scheme—Increased Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

BRANCH REPORTS— continued. HAY. Popularising the Association— The Irriga tion Scheme — Increased Railway Rates. At a meeting, held on 6th instant the were present: — Mr. Robert Gibson (pres- ident), and Messrs. Wilcox (3), Lugsdin, Campbell, Jacka, Houston, Renton, John ston, Horton, Johns, Cross, P. Riley, and Fraser. The President explained that the meet ing had been convened for the purpose of popularising the Association in the Hay district. He gave a resume of the Asso- ciation's history, pointing out that it had now 150 branches and a permanent office in Sydney, those branches being the most important local organisations in their dis- tricts. The Association was going ahead whether the Hay Branch flourished or not, but he urged the people of Hay to make the branch as strong as possible. After enumerating the questions which the As- sociation could deal with — such as rabbit destruction, local government, advances to settlers, railway administration, public instruction in spars...

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

'"The N.S.W. Farmers will pay out this   season about £200,000 for Bags." That's an item. Isn't it ? .   If you're interested, we are— for WE SUPPLY THE SACKS New or Secondhand, all sizes.   Any Farmer or Settler interested in Bags in any way should drop us a line. T. SMITH & CO. BAG AND SACK MERCHANTS, 339 to 341 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY.

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STATEMENT SHOWING LANDS SELECTED UNDER THE CROWN LANDS ACT. From 1st January to 31st January, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

STATEMENT SHOWING. LANDS: SE- LECTED UNDER THE CROWN LANDS ACT. From 1st January to 31st January, 1906. Homestead Selections.. 8,473 acres Settlement Leases .... 535o22 " Conditional Purchases 36,767 " Conditional Leases ... 61,592 " Total ...... 159,854 "   The period includes four Lands Office days, and the applications for original holdings represent 27 new settlers. In addition to the area made available prior to the 1st January, 1906, an area of 87,765 acres was specially set apart during the above period.

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VISITORS AT THE MARLBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

VISITORS AT THE MARLBOROUGH Among the visitors at the Hotel Marl borough, Sir John Young's Crescengffj Sydney, during the week were : — Mr. A. E. Grayston (Tamworth), Mrs. E. Grayfflgj ton (Tamworth), Mr. A. Dryden (Bris- bane), Mr. Alfred. Richardson (London) Mr. Newtown (Sydney), Miss S. Green (Warren), Mr. H. J. Johnson (Brisbane) Mr. J. A. Gunn (Wagga), Mr; M. S. Jos- eph (Tumut), Mr. G. von Arnim (Samoa) Misses D. and E. Marsden (Newcastle) Master J. Joseph (Yerong Creek), MJM and Mrs. John Y. Bell and family (WaHH gett).  

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MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

MARKET REPORTS. Wheat. — The fixing of the f.a.q. stand- ard at 62lbs., whilst satisfactory as a fac- tor in maintaining the reputation of the State as a producer of high quality wheat, has also operated in the direction of in- ducing extra caution on the part of ship- pers in their purchases. The labour trouble at Darling Island has also tended to depreciate the local market, so that grain that shows the least defect through weather, or that is on the light side, has been difficult to place at satisfactory prices. Prime milling finds ready sale at 3/3, Darling Harbour. F.A.Q. shipping is quoted at 3/2, Darling Island. Inferior wheat realised during the week from 2/1 1 to 3/2, Redfern auction sales. Latest cables indicate a weakening market at Mark Lane. Russian crop reports are exceedingly favourable. Argentine advices also indi- cate a large surplus for export. At Redfern auction sales the market has been well supplied with forage lines. Prime chaff sells well, and has realised up...

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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The Easter Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 7 February 1906

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The Easter Show. Already the great Easter Show of the Royal Agricultural Society is being look ed forward to with much interest by in tending exhibitors. An announcement appears in our advertising columns as to the dates on which entries are to close. In two classes — wheat and butter (special export only) — entries were received at the beginning of the month, and these sec- tions have filled up remarkably well. The next closing date is the 27th. inst., for butter (class 751, for export only). This coming show, which will mark the advent of the Society's new Secretary, Mr. H. M. Somer, is to have some inno- vations, and it will not be surprising if its success far supersedes anything that has been formerly accomplished. The prize money will amount to about £3500. An important feature will be the addition to the exhibits of British breeds of sheep. The prize list covers all the principal classes of sheep under this designation, and provision is also made f...

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

TO DAIRY FARMERS. WANTED TO LEASE, for 3 or 5 years, as a going concern, DAIRY FARM in good district, capacity 80 to 100 Cows. ' M.J.' c/o Farmers' & Settlers' Assn. WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MACHINES The Simplest, Easiest to Manage, and least liable to get out of order, THREE TIMES THE VALUE of any other Machine. – One-third faster ; one-third easier – The only Lock-stitch Machine so arranged that it   Cannot start in the wrong direction. Order one through your Storekeeper. Sole Agents: GAVIN, GIBSON & Co., Ltd., Queen Victoria Markets, George Street, Sydney (Town Hall end.)   MYER'S PASTORALISTS' AGENCY, 35 Elizabeth Street, SYDNEY. The only Labour Agency In Sydney where the Manager and Manageress have had Station Experience. Mr. E. J. MYERS, Manager 15 Years' Station Experience as Overseer of "MULLAH," "MERTTNGLE,"     and "ANGLEDOOL" STATIONS.   JAMES CARROLL & CO.,   Crow...

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

FOR OVER 50 YEARS   Now, have we been selling the       FAT STOCK, WOOL, HIDES, BARK and GENERAL PRODUCE   OF THE MAN ON THE LAND.                     All that we have learned is at your service. We get you top prices. Send as a consignment. Put us on your list to call or write.             PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.   THE LEADING SALESMEN, SYDNEY. ''MEADOW BANK" PLOUGHS, Fixed or Stump Jumpers.         Successfully manufactured for 15 Years.           FREE TRIAL TO GENUINE BUYERS.       Buy from the Original Inventors and SAVE  ...

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PASSING EVENTS. Was it an Omen? [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906

PASSING EVENTS. By 'The Chatterer.' Was it an Omen? The Minister for Lands surrounded by sharks ! This was one of the news items of the week just past. Sharks— not two or three, but between twenty and thirty of 'em; and all with steely eyes (by the way, are the eyes of these monsters steely or 'fishy'?) and gaping maws, eagerly watching for their prey. But here let me say that the monsters were not of the sort that some of those who «^ tKic imairinp.. Thev didn't wear broadcloth suits, with bowler hats and Falstaffian stomachs with massive gold guards and pendants breaking the mono tony of prominent protuberance ; and they did not carry cigars in their mouths— in a word, they were not land sharks on the lookout for settlement or improvement leases, but roving denisens of the waters deep, making survey before anticipated selection. Mr. Ashton was enjoying a jaunt across the Harbor when this un lovely shoal of greedy freebooters slowly circled round the boat on the lookout for somethi...

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PHOSPHOROUS AND BUSH FIRES. To the Editor, the "Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906

PHOSPHOROUS AND BUSH FIRES. To the Editor, the 'Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — In view of the increasing pre valence of bush fires over most of this State and Victoria, it is well to have some regard to the oft-repeated assertion , that phosphorous laid for rabbits is re sponsible for a very large proportion of the fires. In this connection, I do not intend to have anything to say regarding the vari ous mixtures into which phosphorous largely enters, and which are Dut on the market with a more or less sufficient guarantee as being perfectly safe against ngition. What I want to place before your readers is that I have been using phosphorous for years among, in many cases, as good a sole of grass as could be found in the State, and among dry stubble, and in no one case has it ever occasioned fire. The whole secret of the safe use of phosphorous is in the mixing and straining before use, and in just the same way the whole secret of phosphorous causing fire lies in the dirty and indif fere...

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SEBASTOPOL. The Paper-State Elections—The Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906

SEBASTOPOL. The Paper— State Elections— The Telephone. At a meeting on January 27th the pro posed establishment of 'The Farmer and Settler' newspaper was strongly sup ported by Mr. W. J. Cartwright (presi dent), and Mr. J. Fitzpatrick (hon. secretary). Those present handed in their names as subscribers, and the number will be considerably increased within a week or two. Mr. Cartwright brought forward an important proposal in connection with the next State Parliamentary elections, but consideration of the matter was post poned until next meeting, when a large attendance is expected. The Branch has been successful in hav ing telephone communication between^ Temora and Sebastopol established, which will be a great benefit to farmers during the busy seasons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 14 February 1906

THE 8TATES COMPANY'S RABBBT POISON ECONOMICAL, AROMATIC, DEADLY. IMP- BAITS NEVER IGNITE. Give It a trial, you'll use no other. This poison is done up in 2-lb. tins with patont tops. Price 2/- per tin or 18/- per doz, by taking the 2doz. case. Solo Representative: HARRY FOSTER, 383 Sussex St., Sydnet. JAMES CARROLL & CO^ Crown Lands & Financial Agent*, 19 Hunter St., Sydney. Trausnct business for Crown Lessees, Selectors, and others, with the Government, 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 staging tone, perfect action, stability and endurance. EASY TIME PAYMENTS. Sole Agents— GAVIN, GIBSON & CO., LTD., Qoebn Victoria Markets, Geohoe Street,' Sydney (Near the Town Hall). Telegraph Address .? 'EXCHANGE.' Postal Addrsis...

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