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AN OPEN LETTER. To the Honorable James Ashton, Minister for Lands. (Per favor "The Farmer and Settler.") [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

AN OPEN LETTER. To the Honorable James Ashton, Minis ter for Lands. i(Per favor 'The Farmer and Settler.') Hon. Sir, — Continuing my remarks on the subject of closer settlement on re sumed lands, I may say that I. believe it will be found that a great pro portion of farmers . who are in pos session of a reasonable amount of .money and heart would prefer lands .which had formed part of improved es tate, to ordinary Crown lands, even thoutrh the nrice mav be much hijrher. The reason of this is that' the resumed lands could be made immediately pro ductive, whereas, with Crown lands, they would have to wait till the ordinary pro ?cess of improvement renders the land fit ?for profitable tillage. You will, therefore, recognise that it would be of immense advantage to spread ?the widest possible field of choice before those who seek land in order that all ?.may be most completely satisfied. The operation of both systems of set tlement at the same time would also have the effect of relievin...

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

Silver Laced Wyandottes* A picked breeding trio, Cockerel and t\yo Pullets,- very nicely marked ; Brother to Cockerel won 2nd prize(irecent New castle Show.; Pullets laying. Only 10/6; worth double. Apply G. W LAVENDER, Hunter's Hill. . THE -^— — — — — — — — — — — — , POULTRY FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY I LIMITED, I QUAY & THOMAS STREETS, SYDNEY. \ Pure Bred Poultry Sales ; The Third Sale of tbo Season, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th, in new and more extensive premises, ! . PARKER STREET, HAYMARKET. j Regular Tri-weekly SnloB of Ejigs and Poultry on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Full Market Kates and Prompt Returns assured. ' —————————— THOMAS REID, Manager. . ' 'The Little Wonder 'COOPER JiBF-— — — — «cMI 1 B^iUll''''1'''— '—^^W^- RING ^^L ' ^^StmfrwSSrtSssS^^^ Hk work, ' TLb CoopGP « PRICE, £35 COMPLETE WITH GRINDER 82 PITT ST., SYDNEY

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

GLOBE CREAM SEPARATOR. \ LINK BLADE SYSTEM. I Clean Skimming. Easy to turn. - Easy to Handle. Easy to Clean. [ ! Most Profitable. \ 1 Sizes, Hand Power : 20 gallons to 120 ] j gallons per hour. 1 1 Sizes, Turbines: 77 gallons to 120 ] I gallons per hour. 1 1 1 Cream Coolers, Butter Workers, LINDE ] 1 1 Refrigerators and all Dairy appliances, ( I Oil, Gas or Steam Engines (portable ' 1 or stationary), quoted on application to j ; J. WILDRIDGE & SINCLAIR/ j \ ENGINEERS, 1 ; 82 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. !

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

CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE. The undermentioned Crown Lands are available in the several districts named : CONDITIONAL PURCHASE LEASE. NARRANDERA LAND DISTRICT, or Buckingbong holding, 614 acres in 1 block, distant 9 miles from Narran dera ; 300 acres suitable for wheat grow ing, good sheep country ; annual rent, £23 os. 6d. Available 7th June, 1906. ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PURCHASE. . MAITLAND LAND DISTRICT, 80 acres, in parish Corrabare, county Nor thumberland, being portions 2 and 93 ; price, £1 per acre. Available 10th May, 1906. * ORIGINAL CONDITIONAL PUR CHASE OR CONDITIONAL LEASE. KEMPSEY LAND DISTRICT, 460 acres, in parish Yarrabandini, county Dudley ; frontage to Christmas Creek ; price, £1. per acre. Available 7th June, 1906. MAITLAND LAND DISTRICT, i8oj acres, in parish Mulbring, county Nor thumberland ; good grazing land, heav ily timbered ; price, £1 per acre. Avail able 10th May, 1906. RAYMOND TERRACE LAND DIS TRICT, 302^ acres, in parish Tamaree, county Gloucester, being porti...

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THE LANDS COM-MISSION. CRICK AGAIN IN THE BOX. "THE MUGS WHO PAID." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE LANDS COM MISSION. CRICK AGAIN IN THE BOX. 'THE MUGS WHO PAID.' The Royal Commissioner (Mr. Justice Owen) appointed to enquire into the ad ministration of the Department of Lands sat ng-ain on 3rd inst., and took further evidence. Mr. Ralston, K.C., and Mr. Hanbury Davies appeared to assist the Commiss ioner. Mr. W. P. Crick, M.L.A., was recalled. His Honor, upon taking- his seat, ad r1rr*ccincr \lr f^ri^L' cnirl lin l-inrl linrlor stood that on a previous occasion he had declined to give evidence regarding1 the statements made by Mr. Close. Mr. Crick : Certainly not ; I gave a general answer. His Honor: I understood that you re fused on a general ground that this Com mission had no power to investigate any criminal charge that might be made. That criminal charge has been dealt with now, and 1 thought it right to give you an opportunity to make such statement as you may think fit with reference to the statements made by Mr. Close. Mr. Crick said he took up the same at titude now...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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OUR HORSE COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

OUR HORSE COLUMN. By 'C'hilde Harold.' The French Government gives every encouragement to breeders and racers of horses. Approved sires' are purchased from abroad, at big prices, and are placed at the disposal of owners at a nominal fee of .£4, whilst big awards are given to every class of horse, mare, or stallion shown at the agricultural shows in the provinces, arid exhibitions organ ised by the Government in Paris and the country districts. * * * Next to the cat and dog the trotting horse is perhaps the most domesticated animal we have, not so much on accounr of its superior intelligence as of the com mon sense lines on which it is handled by man. At most trotting breeding estab lishments the youngsters are taught from earliest foalhood to be familiar with man, are haltered and led, and when the time comes to break them in in earnest, they are put in. a long-shaft sulky, and as a rule give no trouble. The mouthing bit is no part of a trotting man's tackle, as he considers 'mouthi...

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

BRUSH'S N° 1 olubH A ft I SADDLE QUr Has lmd an enormous m^^mBm^^mm^mm sale for the last 65 years. and is known all over th» world Carriage paid to any port or railway Station in N.8.W., if cash is sent with order, or S per cent, discount adjoining States. Duty free. Hogskiu Pent, Double Gulleited liar Plated Tree Extra strong throughout complete witli fittings^ JOHN BRUSH 371 George St., Sydney (Next A.J.S. Bunk). E. ALLAN'S Invaluable Horse Medicines Allan's Splint Curs, a certain remedy for Splints and - Eingbono, 8/0 per bottle ; Gripe Drench, 4/. par bottle;. 'Worm PowdoiB, -]/. por dozen; Wound Lotion, 4/0 per bottle: Cattle Drench, 4/- por tin. ,rt; Horse Boots of all descriptions innde to order. Write (or Ositalo»;uo nnd Testimonials. Solo Address: E. ALLAN, 62 Story Street, Parkville, Victoria HARVEST, 1 BOB. OUT¥13T ^T* ^fi ^4. HARVEST, 1BOO. Average Yield per Acre: ^4ll*\JL/J-/ JL W Average Yield per acre: 4 growers report 29 bshls. ^» ? ? p^ aama mm^ mm± m m ^^ ^^ -^ - f...

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MARKET REPORTS. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

MARKET REPORTS. WHEAT. The position of the wheat market is almost monotonous, as reports continue of little business and extremely small offer ings. Doubtless, a factor in this connec tion is the very favorable season for ploughing- and breaking up new groundj . and consequently a substantial increase in acreage for the coming .season can be confidently looked for. Farmers are ?keeping their teams busily employed in -coming forward is from the stacks at country stations and .the country grain ?.sheds. Farmers will probably realize the advantage of the country grain sheds this year. Those who have utilised the sheds ;and still hold their wheat are in the hap py position of being able to realise at short notice, and have no disturbing thoughts as to whether they are likely to Hose the present prices owing to any diffi 'culty about delivery whilst their teams are employed in the work of putting in for ?the next season. In several centres where grain sheds have been erected by the Railw...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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REDFERN PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

REDFERN PRODUCE MARKETS. Chaff.— Supplies have, only been on a ?moderate scale during the last few days, but to-day they were somewhat larger. Trices have been fairly good, choice ?wheaten sorts being especially scarce, and ?selling well, but oaten- has been more plentiful. Choice wheaten is worth 3/9 to .3/10, extra choice to 4/-, good sorts about 3/4 to 3/6, medium 3/-- Choice oaten brought 3/7 to 3/8, prime 3/S to 3/6, good 3l3 to 3/4, and medium about 3/-. Oaten Hay is more heavily supplied, prime rack being worth, 3/6 to 4/- ; der rick pressed, 2/10 to 3/-. , Straw is worth 1/8 to 1/10 for derrick, bundled 2/-. Lucerne Hay has been selling very well. ?Choice green has been very scarce, and ?worth 4/9 to s/23 medium sorts. 3/- to 3/6. Wheat is firm, there being very good ?demand. Prime milling worth 3/4; fair average quality, 3/3; prime whole chick wheat selling very well at 3/2 to 3/3 i, good about 3/-, medium 2/8 to 2/10, screenings 2/3 to 2/6. Oats are steady and in request ;...

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Lysaght'a Rabbit-Proof Netting. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

Lysaght'a Rabbit-Proof Netting. Present ruling* rates at per mile :~ Class. 42m. 36'*. 'A,' i* x 17 ? . ? £44 o o ..^39. o o 'B,' ij x 17 .. 4i 0 o ... 37 o o 'A,' xi x 17 .. 36 15 o -r 3i 5 o 'B,' 1* x 17 ... 34 5 o . . 29 5 o if6 x 17 ....... 33 10 o ?.. 2810:0 Special prices quoted for large orders.

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LIVE STOCK REPORT. For Week ending 6th April, 1906. AT FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

LIVE STOCK REPORT. For Week ending 6th April, 1906. AT FLEMINGTON. .' Sheep. — 24,756, including 3468 lambs, were yarded, consisting of all grades with a few extra choice, but as the supply was above present requirements, the market opened dull, with biddings restricted, and lower than previous values had to be ac cepted. Crossbred wethers sold from 13/6 to 22/-; ewes from 13/- to 19/5; merino wethers from 12/6 to 21/3 ; ewes from g/6 to 1 1/7. Lambs. — 3468 being penned proved above requirements, more particularly the medium quality ; these latter sold at much lower values, while the prime held their own at last week's high values. Prime sold from 14/- to 15/6; others from 10/-. Cattle. — 1800 were yarded, the quality being good throughout, with some prime and weighty. There was a full attend ance of buyers, but the supply proved, above demand, and best beef may be quoted at 26/6 per ioolbs., as compared with 28/- at last week's sales. Best bul locks sold from ,£10 to £13/5/-, othe...

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THE POULTRY FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. Report Friday's Auction. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

THE POULTRY FARMERS CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. Report Friday's Auction. The Society held their first auctoin sale in the new premises on Friday. The sale was an exceptionally large one, but buy ers were plentiful, and generally good prices were realised. Hen eggs, scarce, 1/5 to 1/7% ; pullets1 to i/s ; ducks' 1/4^ to 1/5$. Cockerels in steady demand, at to 5/6. A very large quantity of Muscovy drakes was forward, 4/-. to 6/3 pair.. Muscovy ducks', 2/10 to 3/-. Old hens, 2/- to 3/6. Extra choice to 4/7. Turkeys, fairly plentiful; gobblers, 12/6 to 16/- ; hens, to 11/-. Geese to 6/6 per pair.

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AT CITY YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 11 April 1906

AT CITY YARDS. Pigs. — 1750 were penned, the bulk of which were baconers1. Buyers were in full attendance, but biddings were ex tremely dull, with a decided fall in values, particularly for baconers. Backfatters sold from 40/- to 70/- ; prime weighty baconers made to 40/6; prime light to 35/- ; others from 30/-. Prime weighty porkers sold to 30/-, others from 14/-; stores from 10/- to 20/-; slips from 6/-; suckers from 3/- to 7/6. Calves. — 352 forward, the bulk of which were of the large class. Prime weighty sold well, but medium quality was diffi cult to quit at reduced values. Yearlings and over made from 65/- to So/- ; vealers from 40/- ; calves from 1 5/- ; poddies from s/-.

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OUR VETERINARY COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

OUR VETERINARY COLUMN By B. B. Loel, M.M.C.V.S. [Questions relating to the ailments or diseases of all farm stock will be ans wered for subscribers by Mr. B. B. Loel, M.M.C.V.S., through this col umn. A short clear statement of symp toms, addressed 'Veterinary Enquiry,' c/o the Editor, the 'Farmer and Set tler,' 84 Pitt-street, Sydney, is all that is necessary. The advice or informa tion will appear in the issue following.] Broken Knees (continued). If the tendon has been crushed and not cut, the crushed part may come away af ter four or five days, and will leave *he joint exposed. Whether this occurs by the crushed part coming away or by lac eration of the tendon, there is then great danger to the life of the patient. Even if he recovers he will have a permanently stiff knee joint. If the injury be compli cated by fracture of one or more bones of the knee, recovery may be regarded as nearly hopeless. * * * It is well to remember that the appear ance of a flow of synovia or joint oi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

E. ALLAN'S . , , Invaluable Horse Medicines Allan's Splint Cure,, a certain remedy for Splints and. , Bingbone, 3/0 per bottle ; Gripe Drenoh,_4/- per bottle; f Worm Powdei s, 4/. per dozen; Wound Lotion, 4/6 per - 1, f . . bottle : Oattle Drench, 4/- per tin. 1 | Horse Boots of all descriptions made to order. Write- ( t . for Catalogue and Testimonials. Sole Address: , j E. ALLAN, 62 Story Street, Parkville, Victoria * 1 m—mmm^—m*m Pen ALL v^h^.^—' -v ;/ Station &» House ru REQUIREMENTS * Tou cannot do better than write to GHAS. CLARKE i Quotations submitted for Wire Wotting, Wool- \ baaks, Cornsaoks, Babbit Poisons, all Farming I Implements, etc Correspondence Invited. m—mm^mm. 14 O'OONNBUL ST., BYDNKY. *mmm^mm^ - , I HARVEST, lOOa. ^^ W W W V^ ^F W'^^t^l ^^ HARVEST, 1900. Average Yield per Acre: ^^^ JT1 JB. M^ JLs£/ JL ^^^ Average Yield per acre : 4 growers report 29 bshls. 4^ ? ? p^ ?? «fe n^ B H ^^ 4^ —^ ? ? 4* ??? bh 8 growers report 27 bshb. ™ SUPERPHOSPHATE - ** WHEA...

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METROPOLITAN ABATTOIRS. CITY COUNCIL PROJECT OPPOSED. IMPORTANT TO PRODUCERS. THE ADVANTAGES OF GLEBE ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

METROPOLITAN ABATTOIRS. CITY COUNCIL PROJECT OPPOSED. IMPORTANT TO PRODUCERS. THE ADVANTACES OF CLEBE ISLAND. At the annual meeting' of the Metro politan Branch of the Farmers' and Sett lers' Association the question of estab lishing: metropolitan abattoirs at Home ? bush was discusssed. The subject was brought forward by Mr. C. Barnes, who moved : — ' That this Association considers the proposal to hand over the control of the abattoirs to the City Council with the object of having- them removed to a site at Homcbush should be opposed by the farmers and settlers of the State and all others having1 the welfare and the advancement of the State at heart. :- Dealing- with the matter, Mr. Barnes said that, as he had pointed out in the public press, he reg-ardcd it as' one of vast importance to the whole of the State. It must not be reg-ardccl solely from a Sydney point of view. The value of our flocks and herds was controlled by the prices obtainable in the markets of the world for our ...

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AN IDEAL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

AN IDEAL SITE. Mr. Barnes remarked that as he had pointed out in the daily press, to develop the meat export trade the following condi tions should be aimed at: — Suitable and convenient premises for slaughtering ; ample chilling accommodation for cattle when slaughtered ; and wharf accommo dation where the meat when chilled could be immediately transferred to the chilling chambers of ocean-going vessels. This was what he had written : — 'Having in view the present and probable future re quirements of this trade, it seems to me that nature has provided us with an ideal site at Glebe Island, where the present abattoirs are situated, and where it is^ pos sible to get a. maximum of convenience with a minimum of expense. There is ample space there for all the necessary up-to-date slaughtering appliances, also for chilling rooms for all local and export requirements, and our largest ocean-going vessels could find wharfage accommoda tion there. The corporation saleyards both at Homebush a...

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A BUSH MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

A BUSH MYSTERY, A wire from Kiandra says : — John Smith I a teamster, has reported finding a man's I swag near Lobb's hole, in a very wild por- I tion of the country. The swag is' weather- I worn and has the appearance of having I .been exposed for some considerable time. I A quart pot found with the swag had I rusted quite away. The discovery of the ' I swag revives the report in circulation late I last autumn that a man had been seen I wandering around the hills without boots, I and was supposed to be insane. I

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THE GRANARY. THE WHEAT PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

THE GRANARV. THE WHEAT PROBLEM. Sir William Ramsay, reviewing attempts made recently to put the artificial produc tion of nitrates from the atmosphere on a commercial basis, showed, in the Lon don 'Times,' the high value of this scien tific work in relation to enlarging the world's supply of wheat, which is the staple food of most Europeans. More than five years ago Sir William Crookes utter ed a warning note that the nonulation of the world was' increasing so rapidly that the supply of wheat would shortly not be sufficient to 'feed it; but, before we were in the grip of actual dearth the chemist would slip in and postpone the day of famine. Sir William Ramsay proceeds to explain how the chemist has been doing as was prophesied, first showing that the air over each square mile of the earth's surface contains enough nitrogen in the free state to afford plant food for over 60 years' world's consumption if only it were combined ; its value would be about £'500, 000,000 if it wei'e in t...

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BLEACHED BEEF. SOLD AS AUSTRALIAN MUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

BLEACHED BEEF. SOLD AS AUSTRALIAN MUTTON. A recent cable says : — Shopkeepers in Lancashire are cutting American bleached beef in single pounds and retailing it as Australian tinned mut ton, thereby practically stopping the sale of the real Australian tinned mutton. Mr. T. A. Coghlan, Agent-General for New South Wales, is asking the Lanca shire County Council to interfere, and has written to the local papers' threatening to prosecute the offenders.

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