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WHEAT. GRADUALLY DECLINING PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

WHEAT. GRADUALLY DECLINING PRICES. Our wheat markets at tho present time should bo exceedingly aotivo, as wo arc wqII started on a fresh cam paign, and ail the producing States Jiiivo large surpluses to placo on tho markets of tlie world. JJut it can not bo said that business in"Wheat is as brisk as it should bo, and tho cliiof reason is thai growers liavo not carod to sol! on a gradually declining mar ket ; wnilo shippers and other buyers liavo had to vogulato thoir buying limits according to tlie movements of the home markets. It was quite cer tain that tho exceedingly high prices which characterised tho opening of 1010 could not, in the face of a full world's supply, bo maintained, and there were a good many speculators hero who, reacting tho position aright, made nice comfortable sums last son son by selling wheat- "short" and covering later on when the inevitable .decline had happened. However, wheat at 4s. UMsd. per bushel on trucks Sydney, as it was in January last year, and ...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Cycling. Anniversary Day over, there will he a spell from racing in the coun try districts, with the exception of mi occasional meeting, until St. Pat ride's Day, and a heavy programme will follow at J'Jaster. Cycling hi ill continues to hoom in tin* country. A dozen meetings were lichl yesterday I Anniversary Day), and some of them were rather im portant fixtures, ami attracted Uremia, Scott, Davies and llorder, I lie best four riders in Australia to day. As the Very existence ill' I lie Lea gue ol' Wheelmen practically depends Upon I lie count I V cluliS, I lie a II il llile id tin' j;o venting hody in rai.-iiij.' iis fees 11iii per ccni. j;i hard i.i under stand. Many of I he i unil dulc can llol alloid to pay (he increased din Ia nd it j, mi |e i,, predict i lia i a |'i'ea I ma u> . 11 I lieui u ill nai a III II a 11 . mil || let 11 e a hni I made, in u I in;; i > p' c > ni a I a c ? ) j oin all i lie a ina 11 ill i . ni ii t i s i lull In compel c a I a , pi ' :a I i a...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

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Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

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Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boxing. Tommy Burns and Sam Langford. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Boxing. xommy Burns and Sara Langford. Although it lias not yut been pub licly announced, the writer is in pos session of information to the effect that Tommy liurns (wlio.se retire ment wan, for (lie sixth time, recent ly announced), is to light (lie a 11 -con tpiering negro, Sam Langford, at the Sydney Stadium, on Kasler Monday, The big promoters of America and Kngland have made desperate cH'orts ami failed, to bring oil' this match, which is expected to provide I he bent, bat lb1 of recent years, 11 ha* been left in i he Australian proinoinr, Mr. II. I). M' 1111 U;dl, III IH'illj: I he pail' In get her. Il.ii h I tin ii. a nd I .a II!.11'ii'! a re ! i;? 111 Ilea \ \ \\ e i jJ11each .-cale,- ahnllt II III enihli I lull iilld bill ll H If I'e marl-ably eleWT. They are uiul< 11 llil ei 11\ li|e lie.I bc.-l JII >' 11 In .11 i Ii I a-. ll I ill I lis- v, ,:i Id lii ila \ , a ml ? . 11?'m111 jnii ll|l II j.'l en I I i,i 11 11 ?, I il nj ? I > ii < I I - In l...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MODEL FACTORY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

MODEL FACTORY REPORT. Mr, A. K. Kwoanoy, innna/^or of tlio invoroll In11tcjr factory, niakon a prac tl<!0 01' I'lll'lllHllillg to Hiippliot'H a monthly report, HIICIII aH might very well 1H! taken iiH a model liy' a majo rity of managorH. Tlio copy of the December report now before un, bo gliiH by giving Htatiath/H of the cream HiipplluH, thou gooH on to make a Hug gimtivu commentary upon quality, paHHing to the consideration of BIICU points as "taints from cans," "label ling cans," "splash lids," "herd tosts," "wintor provision" (food),, "railway transit;," "results from machine JII 11 Ic ing," "local progress" generally, "market conditions," and "butter output." The document;, is iloatly typed, and contains just HUCII infor mation 11 H tlio supplier is interested in having.

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME RECENT ENGLISH RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

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Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME DAIRY IMPORTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

SOME DAIRY IMPORTATIONS. During the week a party of cattle fanciers, anil also Sir, G, J, Gilmour and T, I, Campbell, of tlio Ityrmors ami Settlors' Association, visited tlio Quarantine Ground, under the guid» aufii of Jlr, W, F, Laurie, general manager Js'.ft. h, and J'\ Co,, Ltd,, for the purposu of inspooMug tvo puro dairy Hltorliorn bulls, imported by 3li\ Thomas Howling, Arawatta, 'Jij» vmull, Gay Hoy (li)<r)f)7U. Bhorlborn J lord JJook), broil by Lord J{otbsi>lij)d, Tring Parle, Triiig, JJurls,, JSitglaml, gMomitd to be most ndmirnd, A roiin of full iiiialily, )i»» is by f'ouiiuuw out nf Gay bmarlly (ll'lll)), jlabra' IIIUII Duriiin t JOliiO), »>r'« Jjtii't) Jlooli), wax bnu| by Mr, G, H, AiMum, Cambridge, ami i* by jiuhriijiaui JJfWlM Mill Ml' Ullbj'lWIIHI! Ihiivmi, jlofh inlimiils ^lionlil provo a vnluiiblw awjuiwIliMH It) !!»> of Mori* Jiorjw in IJjI#

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

FRUIT. 1,'iwnion fruit IukIh 11, better niarkot in dry, wnriii weal her. Lately if ban been iu!;<I(m.*I,(mI, and in now Hulling ufc 2/15 to :}/(} p<!r lialf-cmm, siml >1/ to 7/ per gin cane. There in plenty of room for improvement in the (pinlity of thin fruit, which Heeiii:i to have very little run! upon!, on iln enltivn, lion, ii II< 1 Im.'t heroine liable to dixcarii!. (Jlioire Klberla penclion ii,ri! in good rei|iiest, and prices list.v<> n, tendency l.o harden; 2/fS lo ?!/ per liiiJl'-rnno in eimily obtainable, ;ind I)/ to 7/ per gin cane; incdiiinnt are nlow at 1/ per gin cam;. (!rapen havu b<M.'ii all'ertcd by the wet weather of flu; pant fort night. .Local iniiMcaiel;-i nm S/ to 10/ per cane, and black I i>/ to 7/, a failing-oil' in ipnilily bring ro lled en in the price. There in a good demand for local apple*, which avo now coining info (lie nmrkef. Kxtra choice bring 11/ to 12/ per rune, and choice D/ lo 11)/...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRIES SUPERVISION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

DAIRIES SUPERVISION ACT. Tlio administration of the DairiuH Supervision Act in the country dis tricts, is occasioningwidespread dl» satisfaetion, and not without ; I'on. 8011. None of tlio reputable dairy moil object to strict laws, and equal* ly strict administration but tlioy do object to tlio arbitrary manner in which they are often treated by those charged with this duty. 801110 of the dairymen on the Mumunbld gce hiivo found the position so haras sing that tlioy talk of abandoning' tlio industry-indeed, several have re cently sold out and retired from tlio business. One ground of complaint is that there seems to be 110 certainty as to what is required of daivymon by the Act-or rather, those adminis tering it. As a well-known lliverina fanner arid dairyman puts it, "what is wrong is not the Act itself, but the way it is administered, and the hands in which it is left for administration. In Victoria capable 111011 have instruc . tions to visit the farms and enlighten those in the...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAKE WAR ON FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

MAKE WAR ON FLIES. People do not renlisc the danger that; they run by allowing 11 ion to live, yet one writer goes ho fur an to assert that more dentlm arc; cuuned by these little creatures than by all tint 1 ions. tigers, n.ixl snakes put to gether. They fall into lint milk and (or, mid (ho ir<juH«;Iiold<;i- patiently fishes (hem out, and swallows tho liquid. with any bacteria that tho Ilies may have loft in it; tlioy h(;iclc in tho buffer, honey and jn.ni, and when? they got rid of more germs; they perch on the meal; and tiro bread and will not he driven away. Dr. Ham, chairman of the Melbo 1,1,1^0 Board of Health. suggests that a cru sade should he undertaken against house 1!it's, and says that the public is sull'ering I'roni sheer ignorance on the subject, and need to be educated up to a sense of their danger. The following has been published in the "Agricultural Gazette," by di rection of the Minister of Agricul ture : - Flies breed in lilth, crawl over an...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"HEREDITARY" FAR MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

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Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women's Affairs THE COUNTRY VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

5 *DCL ll/~\ (By "THE WIPE") /"\ j] THE COUNTRY VISITORS. {Sydney in changing socially very much, and (lie country visitors ami the tourists are l,i» lie thanked for the change. A change for tint holler no body will deny. Take these past, holi days, for iiiHl.ri.imt*. Ever sinci: they began, and indeed long before, every train and boat brought the country folk to town. They have all been so prosperous that they have plenty of money to spend, and every shop jiiid restaurant and surfing resort cater for them. Formerly the city shut itself up, HO to speak, in January. Shops were, dull, streets were lacking in life, theatres were, empty. Hut this year we are seeing the climax .of the change that has been work ing up for years, and now our holi day city is a. splendid sight, thanks to our visitors. For the coming season 1 should prognosticate very much the same state of all'airs, " We shall be a. de serted city," wail some of the pes simists. Everybody oil' for the Coronation, there'll b...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCIENTISTS AT PLAY [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

SCIENTISTS AT PLAY The sweet girl graduates at the Science Congress spent last week in holiday making after the strenuous work of the Congress. The women were as learned as the men at this tremendous Congress, which was rather like a school for grown-ups. They were as learned and much more accessible. The woman who puts M.D. after her name seems not nearly so " snoppy" as the man who .can do the same. At any rate, the women at tlic top of the tree in tne various professions are all simpler than the men. For one thing, they are never as rich. The graduates as we saw them, including .Miss Mynes, the Government Botanist. Miss Bertha Wood, of Victoria, Miss Armand Wright, of .South Australia, and Dr. Jean White, of Melbourne, were all hard working and unaffected women, who enjoyeo the garden parties and the picnics a» much as they were al lowed by the weather. .

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VALUE OF TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

THjfi VALUE OF TESTS. flood ns huvo l)ooii tho results from artificial grasses on a farm, they would lio better if native grasses of Hits right kind wore sown. In this i<espeei tins (.Jovornment Experimental Farms have not yot worked in tho best interests of tho farmer. Such thorough experienced botanists as Messrs, Maiden and Turner, who havo thoroughly studied our indigenous grasses and other fodder plants, havo demonstrated that New South Wales possesses a number of these of great er value to tho sheep-breeder than tho best over imported. We know how true this is as regards wool growing, for it is tho grasses that arc responsible for the incomparable (loxity, silkinoss, and spinning quali ties of Australian merino wool, not oven equalled in any other portion of the- glo)H>. Then when wo mart of how in a good season as many as- two to three sheep to die acre have been carried all the year round, in many parts of tho Livorpool Plains, what bettor testimony is needed o...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FEEDING OF THE SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

THE FEEDING OF THE SHEEP. On a wheat farm of any size, tlio Btublilo often provides a <)'unntity of nutritious food for tin* slieep, 'ami they should li" put on it as soon as tlio harvest is uvtr. If the crop is a Jioavy out' tlii- slnlilih1 will carry from throe to lour Iu? t. p in I In* acre for H f'ortui111 or IIIOIV. li i- uosiiiiumI ill KVI'IV i,i -f ilia! v.iti'l ;.'ooil lllld t»Jean is handy l"i' ihriu. My not nutlinji loo inaiiv -li. i-p nn I In* i u I > - !)J|> III I l|i' "In' I Mil.', \ oil ! n ]|)o|V liVfll lll.i lllll in;; ". ili<- l.i 11<I. ,\"i ^hi'i'p immure i» \i-i> .->i. (In- >jui»-U»*r tl|n land i- |'Ioii;:Ih'i| i h>' lii'i ii r. ji., in jty lllll it'll II llH" I III' I IIV> I ullllllie o| ,i I Inn t n i! * 11 ill .( i ilnil ion Hi ils roll 11 ii 11 it1111 " I In 111 i;' 11 l Iir miiI VoHU(4 V.rlln'|." iti'i' t h» l.i'-l In )U|l oil ol llltMe, il ll'i i I I Ins v. r III 1111 a III Ui)||i|i»ioii (III' IH. I 11 II...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Herd Testing. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Herd Testing. Mr. I.\ i'J. Hampshire, ii (iovorninorit Dairy Export, attended a mooting of the Manning River Agricultural So ciety luHfc week, and explained the ob ject of herd-testing associations. Ho Hhowed how necessary it was for dairy fanners to know whether'their cows were a profit or a loss to them, and explained the linos on which an association could bo run. The de partment jvoultl give a subsidy of 10s in the £ on tlio sums locally collec ted.' Tlus meeting-approved of the project, and decided to form an as sociation. 1 At the adjourned annual meeting of the Alstonvillo Herd-testing Asso ciation, hold last week, matters reach ed a climax. There were only seven members present, .including the pre sident, Mr. T. Devory. The Associa tion appeared to be In a moribund state. An efl'ort to gain new mem bers had received but poor support, and a dozen of the old members had intimated their intention to with draw. Some of those present expres sed their readiness to subscribe £10 to...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET FOR SHORTHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

MARKET FOR SHORTHORNS, Wliili' Aiinlriiliiiii* haw lifi'ii pay ing part ii-ulii r iiitciii inn to tin- mil!: in^r hlmrl horn, NVw /mlaml ha-, Itri'ii lllij) Oil I lie O! 11. . (' hlrrih, 'I'lli'ir i 11111011 it I inn- ni Ayr-hiri' in tin- |iasi, oi' .ler-i'* - iii tutii'i' r. i i. 111 vimi'.t, i hi'ii 11..1,1 I ill:-, il ti> I unss ( ,i !l.l >! SI IVll..-,, Willi ii j,'row in;' iii' luiiii ion i.ii i on i n -i'\ rii,i lilt , ill,' , 11111 i nil >11 in I mi . ? i ni' ,i i.'l iM I \ ? i ; i' I \ III .III II \ I ml, . Mill 11,111 \ in. i, ha \ Ih .'II \ i'i ;? hi r,"i? Iy mi .in,'.1 i In- Iji? 111? Ii i > n| i he 11111111 milk . in:1 . hiii i li<>i i:. >oiiir oi i hf In I't'il Im 11- Im'i ii iiiijini iri|, Iuj| mil hoi ii n,'ii .u\ I lliil llh'V lilt' «I i t >t 11 |i< *ii 11 ill!!, \.l lol I hi' I ,i In o' t| llrilr., lllo-r I llu I IlllVti hi'i'll llll|io| It'll 11 il VM llul Vl!|| II Jjll'llt . it'll I o| ..lllnlHi'lioll, I'll)' |)||1 l>i...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROSSBREEDING EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

CROSSBREEDING EXPERIMENTS. Occasionally tlio managers of tho Government Experimental Farms mako the result of their shoopbrood ing experiment* known through tlio press, Tlio latest of these experi ments comes from the Glen Inneo farms. It was found that tho Lin coln-Merino cross was the most pro-. II table, tho .yield of wool being 12.70 per cent, ot the livo weight, whilst that'of the Dorset-Merino, which was 12ib. hoavir in weight, was barely 7 per cent., and the Border Leicestter Merino, weighing 51b. moro than tho Lincoln-Merino, yielded 0.0 per cent. The ago is not given. Two-tooth wethers gave the following livo weights:-Dorset Cross, 1251b.; Lei cester Cross, 1121b.; Lincoln Cross, 1071b. The Downs Cross was not found a success. Farmers may bo guided in their crossbreeding experi ments by the above results, but as they are far from complete, certain caution is necessary. We are not told the quality of the soli, tho source of whence the sires and dams were obtained, and the ag...

Publication Title: Land, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hints for the Sheep Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — The Land — 27 January 1911

Hints for the Sheep Farmer. Always i'<;inc!it11>(!i* thak the man who goes in for sheep-breeding with a millstone-in the shape ol' borrow ed capital-round bin nock, cannot liopu lor till) HMIIK! HUCCOHH IIS tllO OIK) who is con touted at Urn t with what IiIb capital can buy him. Half the battle Is won when the land, im nrovemcntH, and stock arc paid for In hard cash. Never let one or more good soasons blind you to the fact that bad sea sons are ahead of you. .He satisfied with what, the country will carry in an average season, and If thoro Is more grass than the sheep can eat, convert It at once into ensilage. It will keep until it is wanted, and It will save you perhaps hundreds of pounds when drought makes Itself manifest. Where you can cultivate make farming and sheep breeding of mu tual assistance. If the crop is a failure, feed it to the sheep before it is irretrievably lost. The sheep will fully repay tho land for what it has thus taken oil' it. Give your ewes th...

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