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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

HORNSBY PATENT SAFETY. m . The most Economical, Reliable (SL Durable smm Motive Power for the tStation and Farm, MB STATIONARY TYPE. -, „, . 'S^O^^^^^^^^^ \/¥$&f W- '^'llHl PORTABLE TYPE. Ill THE 'BALTIC' SEPARATOR ^nB JT* RECORD SKIMMER T»lf ? OF THE WORLD, ? JSP AWARDED 11 GOLD MEDALS AND 24 FIRST feto-«@i§^|| PRIZES IN ONE SEASON. ^liWilSfi^' Prices & Particulars on Application to R. HORNSBY & SONS, ™ Haymarket, Sydney ; Spencer Street, Melbourne. [Kindlv mention this paper when writing.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LANDS SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

LANDS SELECTED. Statement showing lands selected under the Crown Lands Act from ist January to 4th April, 1906:— Acres. Homestead selections ? 12,330 Settlement leases ? 1 13,644 Conditional purchases ? 115,292 Conditional leases ? .183,303 Conditional purchase leases . 11,790 Total ? 436,359 The period includes thirteen Lands Office days, and the applications for or iginal holdings during the past week re present 23 new, settlers. In addition to the area made available prior to the ist January, 1906, an area of 237,401 acres has been specially set apart during the above period. Some 13,000 horses are slaughtered an nually in a private establishment in Berlin, and the meat is sold chiefly to the poorer classes, who are un able to pay the very high price demanded in Berlin for ordinary butcher's meat, which is is. sd. per lb.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE TARIFF. It may be readily taken for granted that the tariff is not likely to receive any at tention during the coming Federal ses sion. Mr. Watson is not going to rush to Mr. Deakin's assistance in this matter, and as Mr. Watson is Mr. Deakin's keep er he ought to know. He thinks it would be 'a very improper thing to attempt any large alteration of the tariff on the eve of an appeal to the people, especially in view of the fact that the greater propor tion of members of the House on the oc casion of the last election pledged them selves against any material alteration of the tariff.' 'The rectification of admit ted anomalies' is the most that can be expected from Mr. Watson during the ses sion, so that the suggestion of Mr. Deakin that the tariff may be dealt with before the elections is so much idle talk. The truth is he does not know what is going to be done next ses'sion. The cau cus has not spoken, and the caucus is superior to the Cabinet.

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WYALONG. THE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

WYALONC. THE SHIRE COUNCIL. At the last meeting the following gen tlemen were nominated as temporary councillors for the shire : — H. Helyar (West Wyalpng),-T. F.^ Smith, (Yalgo g-rih), D. Byrne (Barmedman), S. Wilson +. (Lake Cawal), and J. J. Williams (Kooral byn). An amendment by Mr. J. N. Crowley, that the appointments be, left to a public meeting, was defeated, on the ground that those nominated were fairly repre sentative.

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BRANCH REPORTS. TO BRANCH SECRETARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

BRANCH REPORTS. TO BRANCH SECRETARIES. Secretaries will kindly note that hence forth, unless specially requested, we will not be sending them more than a single copy each week. We have a very large list of names compiled, between 70,000 and 80,000, and our desire is to have the paper brought as speedily as possible under the notice of each farmer and set tler in the list. Several of our people advise they are receiving more than one copy, whilst others are advising from some districts that they are' not receiving any, so we think that it will ensure cor rect delivery and avoid duplication if the distribution is made direct from this office. We will only be too pleased to send on extra copies at any time to secre traies who require them. Members of branches who desire to become regular subscribers will observe the subscription form on page 16. If they will kindly, fill this in and forward either to the General Secretary or any branch secretary, with postal note for year's subscriptio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE STATES OOMPANY'S RABBIT POISON ECONOMICAL. AROMATIC, DEADLY. MT- BAITS NEVEB IGNITE. Gire it * trial, '' you'll use no other. This poison is done up in 2-lb. tint with patent tops. Prioe 2/- per tin or 18/- per doz. by taking the 2doz. cms. Sole Ropresoutatire: HARRY FOSTER, 383 Susskx St.. Sydney. A RABBIT EVERY TIME. TRAPS fitted with Good's Patent Attachment can be set in the driest sand without paper. Sand or earth cannot get under the plate. They never miss. Prices with patent : — Griffiths' , 14/-; X. J. Tonks', 14/-; Roberts', 11/-. Attachments, 2/6. Griffiths', Tonka', and other traps without patent on hand. Wire Keys, 1/-; by post, 1/2 each. J. T. GOOD, 896 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. Agents lor Patent in N. S. W. , **?.- JOHN 8ANDER8ON & CO., la Bent Street. Sydney. THE NATIONAL DESTROYER. An automatic), xneohanical derioe for aitoting polion on to the fur of rabbit*. Aa deadly M a gun, always loadod and pointed, norer missel. No bnsh fires, no phosphorous, no bi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEEKING INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

SEEKING INFORMATION. The following is a copy of a circular which is being sent by the UnderSecre tary for Lands to the chairmen of the Pastures Protection Boards in the coun try: — 'With a view to determining what action is practicable in the direction of protecting landholders from the inroads or raDDus rrom orown reserves ana un occupied lands, the Secretary for Lands would be glad if your board would favor him with their views in regard to the treatment of all reserves and unoccupied lands in their district, indicating in their advices — (1) Which reserves in their opin ion might, without prejudice to the pub lic interset, be placed under occupation ; (2) in what cases the fencing off of the areas with rabbit-proof netting would se cure the desired result. The District Surveyor has been instructed to render your board all the assistance in his power in connection with the matter.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DANYSIZ EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE DANYSIZ EXPERIMENT. A preliminary engagement has, by cable, been made with Dr. Danysz, with a view to proceeding with the experi ments in respect of the extermination of rabbits by disease. The committee has been unable to fix all the arrangements as definitely as they would have liked in consequence of their not having been as yet sufficient subscribed to the fund to enable the experiments to be thoroughly carried out. At least ,£15,000 is required, and up to the present only ,£11,424 has been received. ^i^^«- — — — ? — ~ ~

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THE RABBIT PROBLEM. THEY CANNOT WAIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE RABBIT PROBLEM. THEY CANNOT WAIT. A wire from Peak Hill says : — Many farmers are wire-netting their properties, independent of Government assistance, recognising that if they wait for State assistance it would be absolutely useless to sow land this year, as the rabbits would reap the harvest where the pad docks are not netted.

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THE WIRE NETTING DIFFI-CULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE WIRE NETTING DIFFI CULTY. By L. C. The question as to which is the most suitable gauge and mesh to suit the 'man on the land,' has been so widely debated, not alone through these columns, but also through the daily papers and in various' other ways, both publicly and pri vately, that it may seem almost super fluous to add anything further to the dis cussion. However, this is now such an urtrent and nrp.ssine- matter. Hirprtlv af fecting the administration of the P.P. Act, both by the boards and by the Gov ernment, that any fresh light which can be thrown on the subject should bring us nearer to a solution of this grave dif ficulty. I regard it as an unfortunate circum stance that the Annual Conference of the F. and S. Association is not sitting ear lier in the year to take up this question, and come to a decision in which there would be some hope of finality. It will be remembered that the P.P. Boards were circularised some time back on this question, and although the sum marise...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABBIT EXTERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

RABBIT EXTERMINATION. Under this heading Mr. James Beattie, of Tumut, writes as follows to the 'Wag- ga Express' : — Sir, — A simple and effective method of poisoning rabbits was tried here last month, which I can strongly recommend to all those having only small holdings. The method is as follows: — To each ilb. of phosphorised and sweetened pollard add when cold one drop of oil of cinnamon to each ilb. of bait. Work the whole mass into a stiff dough, and make into baits ahnul flip. S17.P. nf filhnrf« nr small mnrVi. les. Put a few handfuls of dry bran or pollard into a dish, throw in the baits and shake well. The object of this is to prevent the baits from sticking together; it also prevents sand and earth from adhering to the bait when placed on the ground. For distributing the baits use a narrow hoe or s'pade, and with two blows of the implement make the holes four or five inches deep and V-shaped. The ob ject is to prevent sheep or large stock from taking up the baits. From a h...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PAINFUL PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

A PAINFUL PROSECUTION. A wire from Forbes says : — At the Forbes Police Court recently two well known and respected . farmers, viz., Wil liam Golding and Henry Huckel, were charged with failing to continuously de stroy rabbits, under the P.P. Act, and each was fined £5, with professional costs, and costs of Court. One of the parties (Huckel) called considerable ev idence to show that he had done all in his power to cope with the pest. Gold ing, the other defendant, in view of the evidence advanced in Huckel's case, pleaded guilty, and was sim ilarly fined. Defendants intimated to the Court the extreme hardship of the position, and that, though time and money were spent as far as their means would allow, if prosecutions with such re sults were to continue, it would mean the giving up of their homes, and that rather than pay further fines they would, as a matter of principle, go to gaol. Time was allowed the defendants to pay, but notwithstanding, they elected to endure imprisonment, ...

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DISEASE INTRODUCTION. A QUESTION CONCERNING LIABILITY. To the Editor, "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

DISEASE INTRODUCTION. A QUESTION CONCERNING LIABILITY. To the Editor, 'The Farmer and Settler.'' Sir, — A matter which has lately forced itself upon my mind in connection with the proposed rabbit destruction by inno culation of disease, is the lawful position of New South Wales to her adjoining neighbours, Victoria, South Australia, and Queensland. Suppose that the in noculation of disease was introduced throughout the colony of New South Wales, what would stop this disease from spreading to the adjoining States? And if those States objected to this disease hp.inir hrmichr inrn rhrnr rp.rritnrv. would they be justified in bringing an action against New South Wales for damages? I should think that they would, even if it proved harmless to other life ; but if it proved to be otherwise what would be the liability of this State if we were liable for damages? Would you be kind enough, Mr. Editor, to bring this matter under the notice of the Attorney-General, and publish the re ply for th...

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THE "COOPER" CO. AT THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE 'COOPER ' CO. AT THE SHOW. The Cooper Sheep Shearing Machine Prop., Ltd., whose manager is Mr. T. W. Sands, will be represented at the coming Royal Show during Easter week in a position next Lysaght's Australian wire netting exhibit. The Cooper sheepshear ing machine is being well spoken of by men who have put it to the test, and Mr. Sands is making every preparation . for a busy time ahead. Those of our :? readers who visit the show will be able to 'examine 'The Little Wonder' machine ., shearing arrangement, which has' previ ously appeared in these pages, as well as the other valuable agencies of this firm.

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SHEARERS' WAGES. THE PASTORALISTS AND A. W. UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

SHEARERS' WAGES. THE PASTORALISTS AND A. W. UNION. A wire from Melbourne, dated Friday, says : — A conference was to have been held this afternoon between representatives of the Pastoralists'' Association of Vic toria and Riverina and delegates from the Australian Workers' Union. Owing, however, to the question arising as to how the relations of the two bodies were affected by the Australian Workers Union having been registered under the i^ommonweaitn conciliation ana Arbitra tion Act the conference was postponed until legal advice could be obtained upon the position. Members of the conference having ass embled, the secretary of the Pastoralists' Association, Mr. Twopenny, asked Mr. Donald McDonnell, M.L.A'. (N.S.W.), a representative of the Workers! Union, whether the union was the same as that whose delegates had conferred with the association last year, or whether it was a body registered under the Arbitration Act? Mr McDonnell said the body was the same Australian Workers' Union...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WOOL TRADE. STUD SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE WOOL TRADE. STUD SHEEP. Some stud sheep have lately been ob tained from Tasmania for use in this State. Mr. J. K. Fleming, of Kelvin side, Aberdeen, has obtained fifty pure Shropshire rams from Mr. T. J. Bun bury, a well-known breeder of this class. From Mr. E. Gibson there have also been received forty pure merino rams for Messrs. Stevenson Bros., John Mitchell, Maurice, Walsh, and Walter Moore, of Warialda.

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COW PEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

COW PEAS. The. Maclean correspondent of the 'Clarence' and Richmond,, Examiner' says :— The manurial value of the cow peas has long ago been fully demonstra ted on the Lower Clarence, where their cultivation is extensively followed. Yet, notwithstanding this fact, and owing to the neglect of growers to collect seed, it was absolutely impossible at the end of last planting season to procure cowpeas within this State. Throughout the district to-day large areas are occupied with cow peas, and it is hoped efforts will be made to preserve sufficient seed for the require ments of another season. Several farmers have referred to the trouble of saving seed during wet weather, but as the crop is not ripening throughout the entire district at the one time, this may not be found to seriously interfere with meeting the requirements of a subsequent period. Apart from its uses as a manure, some farmers have turned their stock on to the crop, while others have made hay for stock.' Those who have f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

1 THOMAS CLARKE, ' Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer, WALGETT, N.S.W. 2JBB-~ Support tho siniill nvin whow spare tune h-s j been spent in the inturesl c: thf District. / _-^__^__ _ ? _^ ? _^( TEA! PURE TEA!! Our Rpeuiul IOIIi. Tins si-nt c-:iniiip! free to uny Township or Kuiliriiy Station for 15 -. Larger i|imnlitiort ut iciluccd r;iti*n. FINEST QUALITY GUARANTEED. CENTRAL TEA CO., 52 El^aDbN8tEhvst ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ; I IF IT IS CORN SACIS ©r I I ♦ ♦ ; ♦ do — Inn what we do — we do well ! We t would like to supply your needs in Sacks you're wanting — let 'Smith' % \\ ♦ or Bags. I hat is all we trade in, but we 3 £|3 ♦ ? ♦ lay ourselves out for the work in a more W CJUOte yOU ! H X i t thorough manner than any other Firm. |P Tms (s sM,TH & co,s |* ♦ | ♦ 1 hats why we built such a big back sack store in Sussex street. ♦ | + Store, employ so many hands, and enjoy ♦ j ♦ such a large turnover in Bags and ,.^v . ? ♦ j ♦ Sacks. You will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

DO YOU WANT A GOOD PSANO ? For Sterling Qualities combined withf henpnosB HAFNDEl AND B^OKFR PIANOS me 1111 rival I oil. They bure » beautiful ttinjriuif touo, jinrfect nctinu, stability ami endurance. EASY TIME PAYMENTS. Sole Avreiits — GAVIN, GIBSON & CO., LTD., QtiEKN Victoria Makketb, Oeoikik Stbkkt, iSydnby (Nenr the Town Hall). jflnaJ^HH UiB Hal mBF ^SBbL vSoflr ijPLOUGH With a 'SUNBEAM '^Plough SOW With a 'FIELD MARSHAL' Drill With the ' SUNSHINE ' Harvester «™:.u' H V. MCKAY Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide %?.- ..^...?— ,- ? ???!?? wmw 1111 ? — ' — ' WE TEACH BY MAIL. IN YOUR HOME. 1 7O SUBJECTS, including :— Advertising Loco. Engineering Architecture Mathematics Building- Contractors Machine Shop Chsmistry Practice Civil i'ligiuoeriiig Mechanical Commoroial ? . Engiueoring (all subjects) Metallurgy Drafting k Designing Mining Elejtrical „ , (Metal or Coal) Engineering F,8']'/''^ Electric Lighting gjfc tiou . Electric Railways gton3eotric Electrotherapeutics Sanitary...

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A GRADUATED LAND TAX. To the Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

A GRADUATED LAND TAX. To the Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — 1 notice in your issue of 26th ultimo an article by 'Ajax,' under this heading, to -which I wish to reply. Before the famous Land Acl of 1861 nearly all the land was Crown lands and leased by the Government. There was a similar cry then as now, 'Unlock the lands!' and the people, with a far nar rower franchise, without the aid of Socialists, Farmers' and Settlers' Con ferences, etc., beat down all opposition by the squatters of that day, and in spite of the Upper House (which fought against this crude, undigested Act to the last ditch) — against the advice of moderate men and, as events have proved, against the best interests of the State and them selves — they got all that they fought for, viz., selection before survey. Therefore, the foundation upon which 'Ajax' founds his arguments, that a graduated tax would not be class legislation, collapses, because his statement, ' that when these big estates were sold ther...

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