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A FARMER'S MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

A FARMER'S MILL. To the Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — It has occurred to me that if the Farmers' and Settlers' Co-operative So ciety had a mill of their own in Sydney (as close to the wharves as possible, so as to facilitate handling), farmers could grind their own wheat and export the flour instead of the wheat. By this means the farmers would save the miller's profit, as well as have more control of the wheat market than they have at present. The question may be asked, Where is the capital going to be found for such a concern as this? Well, sir, I understand there are about seventy thousand farmers ' in N.S.W. , and I think that most fair minded men will admit that if the neces sary number of shares were put on the market it would not be long before they were taken. At any rate, 'where there's a will there's a way,' and I venture to say that the thing is worth trying, and should at least receive the earnest consideration of the coming Fanners' and Settlers' As sociation'...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOYALTY ABOVE ALL. To the Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

LOYALTY ABOVE ALL. To the Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' Sir, — A few words in reply to Louis McNamara's eulogies of Mr. J. L. Trefle, Mr. T. Brown, and the Political Labor League generally. He is evidently a supporter of these, and therefore not loyal to the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, whose leading ob ject is to settle people on the land, as owners rather than leaseholders, and the Conference from year to year is employed suggesting amendments and the removal of obstacles to the success of this object. The chief endeavour of the P.L.L. on the other hand is directed against landowners and producers generally, especially those who are most successful. They seek to create dissensions by abusing what they call 'large land-holders,' but this. is only to excite the envy of smaller holders and obtain their votes. If this Socialistic class succeed in their programme, the neces sary alteration will be made to bring even the holder of a hundred acres under their penalty tax, and t...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEEDING PIGS FOR PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

FEEDING PIGS FOR PROFIT. It has been said by practical authori ties that middlings and other carbona ceous mill by-products have a tendency to produce soft pork, and should be fed in conjunction with' corn-meal, barley, and othqr grains. As bran furnishes the pig with much protein and mineral mat ter, and is fibrous and chaffy in charac ter, it is unfit for the stomach of a young pig, although if can be fed with some advantage to more mature pigs, Where skimmed milk is available it forms our best pig, ration when corn-meal and similar foods are mixed with it. The leading American experimental stations have shown that where one to three pounds of skim-milk was fed with one pound of corn-mealj 3oolb. of milk would save ioolb. of meal. Likewise, when the proportion of skim-milk to corn-meal was 3 to 5, 5 to 7, 7 to 9 pounds to one of meal, 450, 550 and 600 pounds respec tively of skim-milk would save ioolb. of meal. Pigs weighing 7 sib. to- ioolb. , ac cording to these authorities woul...

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NORTH-WESTERN NOTES. The Question of the Hour. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

NORTH-WESTERN NOTES. By 'Myall.' The Question of the Hour. Closer settlement is undoubtedly the question of the hour. The disclosures before the Lands Scandal Commission ap pear to have inspired the public, hitherto indifferent, with a deep interest in the' mysteries of the land question. But a few years ago the benefits and advantages of prosperous small holders being placed in occupation of colossal sheep-walks were voiced alone by the Farmers' and Settlers' Association through its branch es ; now the demand for settlement has grown to a general outcry, not only ? among politicians, but also among the public (whom the former mostly follow) and the press, both in the city and country, which before main tained a significant silence on the all important question. Any person (except, perhaps, Mr. W. E. Abbott) who has watched the progress, of small settlement during recent years — a progress rendered slow by the machina tions and agencies of monopoly — must admit that the settlement o...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PROPER SCALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

A PROPER SCALD. Success in scalding a pig depends (says an exchange) entirely upon the tem perature of the water, and a reliable method of determining this is as follows : Before immersing the animal in the tub, take a piece of its clotted blood from the ground, and throw it into the water. If. the blood immediately assumes a whitey-grecn tinge, the water is too hot, but if the blood in dissolving retains its crimron color in the water for about two seconds before it takes the greenish hue, the water is at its best heat, and an excellent scald will be obtained by at once plunging the animal into the water, and allowing it to remain there for from five, to ten minutes. If the blood when cast into the water retains its natural color for any length of time, the water is not hot enough.

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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THE INCIDENCE OF TAXATION AND THE SHIRES ACT. To the Editor "The Farmer and Settler." [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

THE INCIDENCE OF TAXATION AND THE SHIRES ACT. To the Editor 'The Farmer and Settler.' ..Sir, — The extract from a letter by one of' the Executive Councillors in the 'Lach- lander,' reprinted in 'The Farmer and Settler' of 26th March, contains some in accuracies and unsound principles, which I will prove lower down. The axiom that the incidence of taxa tion should fall on those best able to bear it is the most .generally accepted. The late land tax was on these lines. Those who had freeholds had to pay the tax, and whereas most of them own lancl worth from ,£4 to ,£20 an .acre, which they bought for £1 per acre, the land tax was not much hardship to them. A land tax is justified for many purposes, such as to pay for protection from foreign and local enemies: That payment is now wiped off the slate, so that the only land tax these wealthy men will now have tc pay is a land tax to make roads and bridges, and so forth, in their vicinity. 'Councillor's' settlement lease will in an eqiral...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE P.P. ACT. INOPERATIVE AND VEXATIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

THE P.P. ACT. INOPERATIVE AND VEXATIOUS. By L. C. The P.P. Act is a measure that to say the least, does not reflect much credit either on the Parliament that passed it into law or the Government that still al-' ?lows it to soil the statutes of this State. Various attempts have been made from time to time to have amendments intro duced, but those have been sujnrested in such a patchy manner, sometimes by re presentatives of the P.P. Boards' through the Council of Advice, and again by re presentatives of the F. and S. Association, that it is hard to know where we stand at the present time. We require to summar ise those views, which fortunately are not conflicting1, but still should be put into definite shape. As a first step in that direction, we may again state that the constitution of the boards under Part II. of the Act has been built on a rotten foundation — in fact, the boards were created by misrepresenta tion, on the assumption that the Crown were participators and had an actu...

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A REPLY TO SLANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

A REPLY TO SLANDERERS. The unanimous action taken by the Executive Council of the Far mers' and Settlers' Association in re gard to this journal ought to com pletely counteract the efforts which have been made to undermine its influence. Its unequivocal success during tiie Drier penou oi its cxis ^ ?? tence has aroused petty jealousies ?'?-*'^ in certain quarters, and a deter ( mined effort has been made to dis ] count its status as the official organ of the Association. Backbiters and \ slanderers have in a most contempt ? ible fashion adopted a mysterious air and hinted that there was some thing radically wrong in its manage V ment which must speedily bring it \ to grief. They have also specifically ! asserted that it. was a private specu lation in no way connected with the Association, and was practically sailing under false colors. I In the circumstances it is well . « that a course should have been adop ;| ted by the Council that will have the I effect of tearing aside the veil...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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ECONOMIC IRRIGATION. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

ECONOMIC IRRIGATION. 1. By 1I.F. There can be no denial of the fact that the problems of closer settlement are firmly interwoven with those of irriga tion from the natural or artificial water supplies that can be made available for the purpose. For beneficial close set tlement the soil must be put to its most productive use, by improved pasture and suitable tillage. This can only be done by utilising- every available water supply to its utmost capacity, and in the most economical manner. By keen observation and careful ex periment the scientific botanist has ascer tained the actual amount of moisture necessarily used by vegetation in the growth and ripening of a variety of field crops and cereals ; and the very highest authorities, do not fail to empha sise the fact that any amount of moisture beyond what is absolutely necessary is in every way injurious and wasteful. Until this fact is understood and realised by the farmers and settlers of Australia, irrigation will never become ei...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

FARMERS' AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. EXEOUTIVE OOUNOIL. ANNUAL MEETING. The antuial meeting of the Executive Council of the Farmers and Settlers' Association was held at the Hotel Grand Central, Sydney, on the oth and 10th instant, and was attended by Messrs. John Perry (President1*, J, Wethcrspoon, J. L. Trefle vice-presidents), T. I. Campbell (Gen. Secretary), J. Mclnerney, \V. J. Cartwright, F. McRoberts, A. McArthur, L. Cox, W. P. Dyce, K. Byrne, P. Pink stone, T. C. Worboys, W. A. Ewers, and R. Patten. ' . a onnoifinrnhie amount of correspondence was brought before the meeting, including many com munications relating to the establishment of new branches. . PRESIDENT'S REPORT. The President reported that since the lnst Con ference he had paid visits to various parts of the State to open new branches, and address meet ings on behalf of the Association. He had also attended the Corowa Closer Settlement. Con ference. Too much credit could not be given to Mr. Campbell and 'Mr. Howard...

Publication Title: Farmer And Settler, The
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CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES on Topical Subjects. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 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 writing1 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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"THE FARMER AND SETTLER." OFFICIAL RECOGNITION. AN UNDERSTANDING RATIFIED. SATISFACTION OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. THE OPPOSITION OF MR. TREFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

'THE FARMER AND SETTLER.' OFFICIAL RECOGNITION. AN UNDERSTANDING RATIFIED. SATISFACTION OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNOIL. THE OPPOSITION OF MR. TREFLE. At the annual meeting of the Executive Council of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, the start ing of 'The Farmer and Settler,' the official organ of the Association, was referred to, and led to a discussion which at some points was rather lively. Mr. T, I. Campbell (the General Secretary) read a confidential circular which he had issue to mem bers of the Executive Council regarding a proposal which had been brought before him, by which a journal could be run in the interests of the Asso ciation without any financial liability on its part. The paper was to be under his control as Editor. As the terms on which an official organ could be secured were exceptionally favourable, it was desir able that the matter should be arranged without any delay, and an immediate reply to the circular was requested from each member, giving his views on th...

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

BABCOGK & WILCOX ' Limited. ' ' WATER TUBE SAFETY BOILERS Particularly Suitable with Wood Fuel. EXPLOSION IMPOSSIBLE. Supplied to Inverell-Co-o])orative BKtter Factory, t. South WolumlaCo-Qverative Crenuiery. Korumburra Butter Factory. .. Ulliululla Ref. Butter Coinpnny. ? . Write for full Pai'ticuinrs and Prices. HAYMARKET, SYDNEY. Plough Shares I * i1 w ,» 1 1 /li^ Finest quality ?- 1 1 PBjffiv tempered Steel- \ ( f|iit|k Cast Points. \ I lllBllIB^. Easily re-laid ! Solid Socket M.I.C. Foot ! ; .or-. ? - r : Depressed Clip S55E£r | ^ I 1 37/6 per Dozen. ? 1 i Prom all Aceuts, or Implemeut Paotory, ! 1 i Mendowbauk, Sydney. ' ji MEADOWBANK MSKT WILKINSON AND LAVENDER, j ? LIMITED, ? ' \ £ \ SYDNEY and HAY, \ -i \ STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. FAT STOCK SALESMEN. \ f- i AUCTIONEERS. \ $ I Permanently-watered Paddocks' almost Joining Sale Yards. t \ .'??£ '?'}?' ?- ' .''?'. ''lit

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THE LAND. ANSWERS TO INQUIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

THE LAND. ANSWERS TO INQUIRIES. ?-? All inquiries from farmers and settlers I* concerning: subjects relating* to the land 1 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.

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

H. HILyER,161CESyST:wEST' Coachbuilder and Saddler. Wftggouettes as shown, £19 IO O. Buggies and Sulkies 11 r bottom prices. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. JAMES CARROLL & CO., Crown Lands A Flnanolal Agents, 10 Hunter St., Sydney. Transact business for Crown Louses, Seleoton, and others, with the (Jorernmont, Local and Western Lands Boards and Appsal Court. TRUST MONEY to lend on Freehold and Lmuuhold . Properties, and on Sharts under Wills, Ao. MAGNIFICENT Farming & Grazing Areas, All near Gunnedah. 1390 acres, 730 acres, 1020 acres, 103-1 acres & 1400 acres , all Freeholds. Further particulars from FLEMING & ROBEY, Quiriudi or Gunnedah. FLEMING & ROBEY, Stock, Station, & Trucking Agents, QUIRINDI & GUNNEDAH, N. 8. WALES. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SHEEP LAND. DESIRABLE SETTLEMENT LEASES FOR SALE. 10,000 Acres and upwards. Western lease lands. Well improved and watered, from £1,000. Write for full particulars. BULL & CLE...

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ADDITIONAL ROAD EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Farmer and Settler — 18 April 1906

ADDITIONAL ROAD EXPENDI TURE. The Minister for Works is putting- in hand with the least possible delay a large number of minor road works in all parts . of the State. The recent rains combined with a heavy harvest traffic played havoc t with many of the thoroughfares, and, in addition, numerous small washaways oc curred. The Z40.000 the Premier recentlv authorised as an addition to £he road vote will be utilised in putting to rights the damage resulting from the copious rains. Mr. Lee intends to take every ad vantage of the opportunity, and will spend as much as possible before the end of June. The roads that suffered most are not the main roads, but the thoroughfares giving access to farms. In olden times, if a road cut up badly it was generally possible^ to make a detour and escape the bog, but as settlement in creases — and it has been increasing very rapidly lately — the roads became fenced tracks, and there is no chance of making a temporary path through the bush to avoid a qua...

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

MARKET REPORTS. THE POULTRY FARMERS CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. Report Thursday's Auction Sale. Market fully supplied. New-laid hen eggs, i/S to 1/10J. Cool room to 1/2. Cockerels to 5/9. Small sort extremely cheap. Ducks. — Muscovy: Drakes to 6/-, ducks 3/3. English, 2/6 to 3/9. Turkeys. — Gobblers 16/6 to 25/-; hens to- 12/6. Geese to 5/3. Suckers, 3/6 to 7/6. When you receive a specimen of 'The Farmer and Settler,' you many conclude that your name has been supplied to us by a member of our Association as one who would probably subscribe were the paper brought under your notice. Sub scription form is on page 16. T. I. Campbell, General Secretary. CDDLANGATTA BERRY, N.S.W. Stud Stocks for Dairy Purposes. AYRSHIRE* .... BULLS & HEIFERS HOLSTEINS .... BULLS A HEIFERS JERSEY .... BULLS & HEIFERS APPLY MANAGER, COOLANGATTA ESTATE BERRY, N.3.W. Either HOES or DISCS at y- ur option. CLYDE WORKS: GRANVILLE, N.S.W, ^ The 'flgrcttleg' installed In the Commonwealth are equal t...

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

FOR OVER SO YEARS Now, bare ire boen ?ailing tfas FAT STOCK, WOOL, HIDES, BARK and GENERAL PRODUCE OF THE MAN ON THE LAND. JJ1 that wt h»T« learned i» at your service. We get you top pricei. Send xu a consignment. Put us on your list to call or write. PITT, SON & BADGERY, lM THE LEADING SALESMEN, SYDNEY. |H| waygoodTDxT fc||tf^^a Engineers, Sydney. P^^^S^fl REFRIGERATING AND ICE MAKING MACHINERY. B^H:^M^i-J 'YORK' REFRIGERATING MACHINES. Wm ':'''jai&WwiLL -H Capacity from 10 cwt. Ico per day. Simplest, most efficient. llPWilfp™'? Laxge Bt0cks °f MA-CHINES ftnd AMMONIA FITTINGS. Hl'-Jll^fi^?'-'ffl ^1 tor Dftiries» Butchers, Ice Factories, Cold Storage, Ao. Bffipilii^wHI WrltO for Prices and Catalogues. ?ma ? We save you Pounds in the Cost F2I V HI © I^S I and Guarantee all Implements. The Famous ' Giant » I WE SAYE CuTtivator & Seeder. XSSS The Best Machine on the Market. __I BAPJJiNbtib. There are now hundreds in use giving satisfaction. Our Guarantee is behi...

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

LIMITED, SY1D3NTBY, % WOOL, GRAIN, AND PRODUCE BROKERS. CHARGE FOR SELLING WOOL REDUCED TO 2 PER CENT. This Is our sole ohaptfa to the Grower. A SPECIAL FEATURE la thc conduct of our business it our ''^S^^gBBM*1*'118'^ ? system of placing proceeds of all con signments in a separate TRUST ACCOUNT with our Bankers, thus completely safeguarding consignors' interests. E. J. E. MACKENZIE, Manager. THE STANDARD WETTING OF THE STATE. 1 rnwflSS1'1 Batter in Quality, mntj, owing to Its loose roll, ItljfalgF less costly to eraat than any Imported Netting. ?SSs^a^^^^^^^i^^^B m ?* this Tag isn't [fjsff T^. \Em ??1118181 * sPd-^-SS'tTs (1 _m m Made In Australia— All Sizes: Black, Black Oiled & Galv'd. Netting. LYSAGHT'S PATENT CENTRE-STRAND NETTING 0M8£S&&S$&g- suits all the requirements for fencing Ram, ^P-§o::8:o:0::w-o5 Crossbred Sheep, and Pig Paddocks, f f fifjs! 'Q^^Q^Sj^iisT^- 3in. & 4in. Mesh ; 13, 14, IS and 16 Gauge ; any Width. |||y ^^^^^^^^fc B...

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

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