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MINERAL RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

MINERAL RESERVES. In the afternoon the representatives of the F. and S. Association met two repre sentatives of the .Miners' Association/ of Emmaville, with a view of coming to an understanding re mineral reserves. Mr. . John Wetherspoon was voted. to the chair, and in opening proceedings stated that as there was some difficulty in connection with the destruction of noxious animals on these reserves, he thought it would be a proper step to get the' opinions of the miners on what would be. the best way of making the land available for set tlement and at the same time guard tne rights' of the miners. The Farmers' and Settlers' Association of New South Wales was jealous of guarding the rights of all men who were workers in the building up of the nation. They had been called confiscators by some learned gentlemen in the land, but he defied any man to « bring forth a single case in which they had tried to advance their cause at the expense of other men; -He therefore de sired . to extend...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

We wanted to show you Farmers and. Settlers some thing New and Good in Tillage Implements. . - The Picture Block was not quite ready, and the Editor insists on being out to time — he won't wait 1 So here goes to announce it. RITCHIE'S ROLLER DIGGER AND LUCERNE CULTIVATOR. THE 'SUNRISE' An implement under Royal letters patent. ~ Does away with a second ploughing. Kills all weeds in your Lucerne Crops. BREAKS YOUR GROUND ''Zl'ZV™ Bead the grateful testimonials we can send you. The Invention of Practical Farmebs. Leading Farmers used and praised it lust yen v. Write at once for New Catalogue; *? EHiVkfrtick Rhaq Bole, Manufacturers, Ritchie Bros., Auburn- N.s,'w. MAKE and SAVE Money by using a MEADOWBANK STUMP JIMP PLOUGH Furrows ... 2 3 4 B 6 -,'-'?£' Cash Price ... £17 £21 £25 £29 £34 .-f'j^' BEST GENERAL PURPOSE PLOUGH. -\e#| Will do more and better work iu a day, '' ,'-V^ with lighter draught, than any other ' , -'- !-,;(- V plough— In all laudB, wot or dry, hard or ? '?? ^ ' „ ;W ...

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

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CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES On Topical Subjects. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES on Topical Subjects. 'The Farmer and Settler'' does not hold itself responsible for the opinions of its correspondents, who must observe the following rules : — Write on one side of the paper only ; avoid personal accusa tions and innuendoes; write crisply, just ly, and to the point ; send name and ad dress on separate slip if writing under a nom-de-plume. If you've got a thought that's happy — Boil it down ! Make it short and crisp and snappy — Boil it down! ' When your brain its coin has minted ; Down the page your pen has sprinted ; If you want your effort printed— Boil it down! '.'.'?' — Ex.

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NORTH COAST LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

NORTH COAST LANDS.. Arrangements have been completed of an area-of 7317 acres on the North Coast, as available for settlement. The land,, which is in three blocks, has been divided into 26 portions, ranging, in area from 208 to 320 acres. It is situated in the ?county of Rous and parishes of Tyalgum, Burrell, and Moobal. That in the last named parish is close to the Lismore Tweed railway, while the other two blocks are situated on the Upper Tweed, some ' 16 to 20 miles, from Murwillumbah. The land is ail exceptionally rich and suitable for agriculture or dairying. The Lands Department has in preparation 42 other portions on the North Coast, embracing about 10,000 acres, which it is expected will be ready . for gazetting in about' a fornight. The whole of the land will be' available, under the new tenure of con ditional purchase lease,' which - permits the holder to convert in.to a conditional purchase at any period.- It is anticipated -that, the Dorrigo lands, comprising a total are...

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

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A REJOINDER. To the Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

A REJOINDER. To the Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — Your correspondents 'Dinton Vale' and 'Wombat' evidently have a bete et noir : That any one of the Farm ers' and. Settlers' Association members, who dare to express their political faith, and that it is of the Labor side of the question, that those members are devoid of principle or honesty of purpose. I can tell those nom-de-plume writers that a great number of the members of the As sociation have those political ideas so dis t*\ Rt'f*fil I tt~\ flinCn 1 TVIY-M n/ililn *--i n*si» *- 1 «... ? and many of those condemned by those writers have done more for the Associa tion, both practically and financially, from the inception of the movement than these detractors. Also the puerile condemna tion of the Western District Council on J. L. Trefle seems one-sided. Why did they not also pass sentence on Thos. Brown, M.H.R., who was in the same boat with J. L. Trefle? The issue of that edict seems rather one-sided. Also the 'Wester...

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DEALING WITH NOXIOUS ANIMALS. AN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

DEALING WITH NOXIOUS ANIMALS. AN IMPORTANT CONFERENCE. On Friday, March Qth, a very import ant meeting was held in Glen lnnes. The district P.P. Board have for some time past been seriously considering the rabbit question, and some of its mem bers conceived the idea that a conference with the Northern branches of the Far mers' and Settlers' Association would be conducive to the interests of both in urg ing conjointly the right of the Govern ment to secure tenants for vacant Crown lands, or otherwise taking on itself the position of a private owner. The Stock Board was represented by Messrs. C. Bloxsome (chairman), James Campbell, John Sinclair, J. A. Anderson, A. A. O'Hara, and Mr. J. A. Martin (sec retary) ; Mr. John W'otherspoon repre sented the General F. and S. Associa tion, and Messrs. F. Broadbent (Dun dee), F. Cavanagh, and J. W. Rose (Wellington Vale), M. Ryall and W. Pettitt (Red Range), A. A. Meurant and A. J. Cooper (Stonehenge), B. Cooper (Little Plain, Inverell), J. W. ...

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A COMPARISON. To the Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

A COMPARISON. To the Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — As a dairy farmer of' over 25 years' standing, I try to take an intellig ent interest in all matters appertaining thereto, and for many years past have watched its various phases of progress and development with interest. Some years ago 1 had an opportunity of inspecting the first Government im portation of dairy stock upon the quaran tine grounds adjacent to Sydney Harbor. I was not very much impressed at the those I saw, and subsequent events have proved that where the people of the dis trict, at least, have had the temerity to temporarily make use of any of these im ported stud animals, the results have been far from satisfactory. The failure in producing from these animals any thing superior or even equal to the cat tle we already have in appearance, pro duction, or stamina, has been so pro nounced that few, if any, of our promin ent dairy men care to make further ex periments in the direction ref erred to. A deal of c...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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THE QUEENSLAND WIRE NETTING CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

^»«m 'u ^ ? ? ^ ^ ^ THE QUEENSLAND WIRE NET TING CONTRACT. The following tenders of the New Zea land Loan and Mercantile Agency Com pany, Limited, have been accepted by the Queensland Government for the supply of 1050 miles of galvanised wire netting: —400 miles 42 x i£ x 17, at ,£35 3s. 6d. per mile if delivery is taken at Brisbane, or ,£36 3s. 6d. per mile at Towrisville;) 400 miles 42 x ij x 17, at ,£26 18s. per mile if delivery is taken at Brisbane, o'r £27 13s. - 6d. .at Townsville; 250 miles ' combination (12 x i* x 17, and 30 x \i x 17), at ,£33 3s. 6d. per mile if delivery is taken at Brisbane, or ,£33 16s. 6d. at Townsville. Under the contract, the netting will not ?be delivered until September. The Lands Department in the northern State has ap plications in for 500 miles, and about 100 miles of netting is in stock or arriving. The previous contract was let at about 30 per cent, under the present one.

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

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INQUIRY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

INQUIRY COLUMN. All inquiries from farmers and settlers concerning subjects relating- to the land forwarded to the General Secretary of the F. and S .Association, 84 Pitt-street, Sydney, will receive special attention, and answers thereto will appear in this column from week to week. Our readers are invited to seek infor mation upon any subject concerning which they may be in doubt, and we shall do our best to supply reliable answers to their questions. C.l\ (Glcnholme). — Your Mom her was ev idently not an inHuuntiul Parliamentary Land agent, dividing heavy fees with others. It would be interesting to know if the successful tenderer for the Improvement Lease adjoining your Homestead Selection has made a return of 'fees paid' to the Lands Commis sion, or whether the Improvement Lease you refer to has received the attention of the Royal Commissioner. The ' pol icy' of allowing the applicant, at whose request an Improvement Lease was ga zetted as available for tender, to in crease his...

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

BABCOCK & WILCOX TjIMITKD. WATER TUBE SAFETY BOILERS Particularly Suitable with Wood Fuel. EXPLOSION IMPOSSIBLE. Supplied to. Inverell Co-operative Buttor Factory. South Wolutnla Co-operative Creamery, Kowuniburra Butter Pnotory. Ulladulla Ref. Bnttor Company. 'Write for full Particulars luul Prieoe. HAYMARKET, 8YDNEY. 'PHONE 4O91. B. B. LOEL, M.M.C.V.S., Veterinary Surgeon, 156 CASTLEREAQH ST., SYDNEY. Medlolnea forwarded to all part*, YOU WANT TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FRUIT DON'T YOU P It malted all the difference Bometimoa to whom von ?end it. Next time TRY THE GR0WER8' AGENT, F. H. G. ROGERS, FRUIT SALESMAN (Established 1800). I guarantee Personal Attention, the Highest Mu&ot Value, and Prompt Cash Remittance. .References: Comtnaroiol ' Bank of Australia, Ltd., or The Editor, 'The Farmtr and Settler.' Address 1 FRUIT EXOHANaB, SYDNEY. WRITE MB A LINE NOW.

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BRANCH REPORTS—continued. WARREN. A LAPSED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

BRANCH REPORTS— continued. WARREN. A LAPSED MEETING. The usual monthly meeting- of the War ren Branch of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, to have been held last week, lapsed for want of a quorum. This is to be regretted, as one or two matters of considerable import ance were to be placed before the meet ing:. The annual general meeting' takes place next month. — Warren 'Herald.'

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AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

AN APPRECIATION. Mr. Herbert J. Rurrisey, seed merchant, of Dundas, writes us as follows : — 'I want to congratulate you upon having is sued a readable paper, and, above all, a clean one. I have carefully examined your advertisements, and am pleased to see that there is.no advertisement insert ed that the farmers' and' settlers' lads and lassies may not read. I notice that the whisky, patent medicine, and betting advertisements are all left out, and as an advertiser I am pleased to find my self in such good company; and as to results, I need only : say ' that they are most satisfactory.' ^ ^ ^ » » ^ ^ ^ ^. A little boy, two years and four months of age, has been lost in the bush near, Murwillumbah since Monday 'last. * . A load of chaff on a waggon caught fire at Mortlock (S.A.), and seven horses were burned before they could be removed. Tt is stated that hotel clients are to be allowed, to procure meals at hotels on Sundays, provided they do not consume liquor. Mr. Andrew Clarke wa...

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CUDGELLICO. Annual Meeting—Wire Netting—Railway Extension.—Model Farms.—The Lachlan Shire. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

CUDCELLICO. Annual Meeting— Wire Netting— Railway Extension.— Model Farms.— The Lach l.an Shire. . .At the annual meeting, Mr. J. E. Poolu, president, in the chair, lengthy correspondence was dealt with. The President introduced Mr.- A. W. Ewers (Bena and Wamboyne Branch) and Mr. , Henderson (Bygalore Branch) as visitors. ? The membership fee for the ensuing year was fixed at 'ss., and 13 members were enrolled. ' . The following officers were appointed for the year :— -Mr. Farquhar McRae, pre- . sident ; Mr. J. E. Poolu and Mr. T. Sav ille, vice-presidents; Mr. James Knight, secretary. After discussion, the resolution of the Bena and Wamboyne Branch re wire netting and carriage were endorsed. The secretary was instructed to write the Member, Mr. A. J. Kelly, urging the extension of the railway line from Wya long to Cudjellico, via Ungani. The following resolutions were carried, to be submitted to the Conference for consideration :— . . 1. 'That the Government be urged to adopt a vig...

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AGRICULTURAL EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

AGRICULTURAL EMIGRANTS. A cable from London, dated Friday, says :— ? , ; . , -. Mr. T. A. Coghlan, the Agent General, is receiving many inquiries from intending emigrants for New South Wales., Seventy emigrants . are sail- . ing in the next three weeks! One hundred and fifty other in tending ^emigrants .are r negotiating with Mr. Coghlan. Only agriculturists are ac cepted. . . ' '. ... :

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STOCKINBINCAL. Annual Meeting—Work Accomplished—Attendance of Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

STOCKINBINCAL. Annual Meeting — Work Accomplished — Attendance of Members. A special meeting was held on 17th instant, and there was a good attendance. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year : — President, Mr. B. Witenden ; vice-presidents, Mr. J. Corby and Mr. Thos. Neville ; treasurer, Mr. John Neville; secretary. Mr. Fred. M. West. Great enthusiasm was displayed in the election, all the offices, with the exception ui men. ui wic atuiticuv, ui;iii£ uuukuoicii. A circular from the Cootamundra Branch, reappointing delegates to attend the Electorate Conference, caused a great deal of discussion. It was eventually re solved ' That no delegates be appointed to represent this branch at the Confer ence.' The following resolutions were car ried : — 'That the secretary be empowered to expend £3 5s. for a duplicator.' 'That the secretary issue notices to the members four days before each monthly meeting.' 'That the next meeting be held on the 28th of March, ipo6.' The foll...

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GO-AHEAD GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

GO-AHEAD GUNNEDAH. A wire from Gunnedah says : — The Nprth-Western Milling Company opened their new mill yesterday afternoon, in the presence of a very large gathering of in terested spectators. The mill is a, brick ' structure, containing a. cellar : and ?four floors. The machinery :\vas supplied by Simon and Co., and erected under the supervision of Mr. Mitchell. The ma- ? chinery was started by. the Mayor, after wmen me roast or success to rne com pany ' was pledged by the Mayor, and enthusiastically honoured. This is the ..second flour mill ., in Gunnedah, and a company has' been,, successfully floated to establish a butter factory, tenders for the erection of which closed on the 21st inst.

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MITCHELL'S CREEK. The Paper.—Shires Boundaries.—Loyalty of Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 28 March 1906

MITCHELL'S GREEK. The Paper. — Shires Boundaries. — Loyalty of Members. The usual monthly meeting was held as Comobella on Friday. A good many members were present. Mr. V. P. Donald Ross took the chair in the un avoidable absence of the President. After correspondence -had been dealt with, several new members were propos ed, and seven members handed in their subscriptions to 'The Farmer and Set-' tier.' Attcr discussion, tne resolutions rrom Bena and Wamboyne were unanimously endorsed, also a resolution submitted by the Eulomogo branch. The position of this part of the Dubbo Pastures Protection District was discus sed, in relation to the Shires Bill that is now in force. It was finally moved by Mr. D. Ross — 'That a further applica tion be made to the Hon. the Minister for Lands to divide the Dubbo P.P. Dis trict in 'the terms of Sec. 11 of the Act.' This was seconded by Mr. M. Finn, and carried unanimously. -An application for the erection of a telephone line to Forest Vale from Ba...

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