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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

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Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Meat Abroad CHANCE FOR MUTTON AND LAMB. BEEF HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Our Meat Abroad ? ? y ? CHANCE FOR MUTTON AND LAMB. BEEF HANDICAP. Mr. Wm. Angliss, M.L.C., head of the well-known firm of Australian meat exporters, interviewed in Sydney on Saturday, expressed the opinion that Australia has a good chance\to develop tho mutton and lamb export business. 'There is no doubt,' he states, 'that the Argentine is beating us bad 1.. ? C ? ? I ? ^.C ,'o CUq iy i}U 4U1 ua LKTVl 10 WUU71 IICU. lias the advantage of being ' closer to the English market. In the canned meat, it is also quite impossible for Australia to compete with her. Wages in tho Argentine are lower than here,' and working conditions there are generally more favorable to lower cost. We should need a bigger preference than 15 or 20 per cent, to compete successfully against her. 'With regard to this second con-, tract, which tbe Argentine has secured from the War Office, if tbe meat were' given to ub free of cost we ; could not ? have landed it in England without making a fairly substantial los...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANTHRAX OUTBREAK. NO EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

ANTHRAX OUTBREAK. NO EXTENSION. Reports received by Mr. Max Henry, acting-chief inspector of stock, go to show that there has been no extension of the outbreak of anthrax reported some weeks ago in the far western districts, and which was stated to have b^oome virulent among tlie wild pics. TUn o + ? XT ? F 63 ui re- ports that no recent deaths nave occur red among either cattle; or pigs. All cattle in the district have been inocu lated. He is this .week visiting all the quarantined holdings and will sub sequently report upon these and give the actual results of the pig 'drives,' which are still proceeding. The stock inspectors at both 'Brewar rina and Walgett report that there has been no extension or the disease north ward.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

C5MOICUIS; FISH: 7 — , y .'? '- ; | Wol hav6 tho largest and boat variotv in tho -^nf* u j I smoked. Sent by Parcels Tnnt n, t- H * State — froah and I State. Let ruaH you a pri^e H.t' ° a-°y addresa in «»? J THE N.S.pf. FRESH FOOD AMD 80E OOfiPAMY |,TD. 25 Harbor Streot, City. ' 1 ' '.????

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Uruguay FAVORABLE YEAR. MEAT FOR ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Uruguay ' ' j FAVORABLE YEAR. , MEAT FOR ITALY. 1 Router's correspondent in Uruguay reports:— £The year closes with a slight lifting of the heavy economic -depression from which Uruguay has suffered since 1921. Agricultural conditions, like those in the neighboring State of. Argentina, have proved _ exceptionally favorable, both countries having been endowed with plentiful and seasonable rains, ; ? ? ; ? 11 ? ? . ' i.uuj gicuuj luipruviug.. me prospects for both cattle and cereal, production. While the year's cattle entries in the market have been rather smaller, with corresponding lower sales, the freezing establishments and consumers' are again manifesting interest. The price move ment has been slight, but, on the whole, satisfactory. A new and pro mising market for frozen meat and live cattle hasf been opened in Italy, the Government ? of which has temporarily cancelled all duties on these two im ports, as an experimental measure. TRADE WITH BRITAIN. A notable feature in the fore...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RINDERPEST. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

RINDERPEST. From Perth: The Acting-Prime Min ister, Dr. Earle Page, received a large deputation representing people who liad suffered loss owing to the outbreak of rinderpest and the consequent regula tions. It was urged that the stock de stroyed did not nearly compensate for iiUC UUttilUttl lUOfl BUSlUIiiCU, Some of the sufferers were now on * the verge of starvation. No compensa tion had been offered for losses while owners were endeavoring to build up herds. The regulations had caused growers to leave their vegetables in the ground to rot. The secretary of the sufferers' committee estimated that the total, cost of compensation would not be more than £100,000. The deputa tion was supported by Federal and State members of Parliament. The Acting-Prime Minister said that how , mufih shouldjjbe paid now in addi tion to what had already been given was a question for Ministerial consid eration. There must be a limit, some- where^ There were certain things that could be immediately settl...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meat Council Levy THE NECESSARY LEGISLATION. TASMANIA WILL PASS IT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Meat Council Levy THE NECESSARY LEGISLATION. TASMANIA WILL PASS IT. Mtr. Arthur Manning, ? Vice- . Chairman of the Australian Meat Coun cil, who has been visiting Tasmania, discussed with the Tasmanian authori ties the question of putting through the State Parliament the necessary legisla tion for the levy. The Minister of Agriculture then as oil Vitrn +_lia 'Rill tulllfll 1Q Jl TG plica of that now being considered by a Select Parliamentary Committee in Sydniey, would undoubtedly be pre sented to Parliament during the next session, so that the levy could be made operative, and the Board get solidly to work upon its measures for meat trade improvement. The secretary of the Board assured Mjt. Manning that the Bill would un doubtedly pass, probably with, the al most unanimous support of the Houses'. LAMBS FOR MARKET. 'The Tasmapian member of the Meat Council has'initiated a campaign,' said Mr. Manning, 'for the development o^/ a fat lamb industry, .and! it flas been tfaken up with the...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Single Carcases DELIVERED TO CONSUMERS. NEW ZEALAND'S GOOD EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Single Carcases - — -*-^— ? v -? ? DELIVERED TO CONSUMERS. NEW ZEALAND'8 GOOD EXAMPLE. The arrangement recently made by the New Zealand Meat Producers' Board to deliver single carcases of prime New Zealand lamb for the sum of £1/13/0 per carcase has met with very gratify ing results, over 1,100 single carcases being delivered to addresses all over Great Britain. By this means it is estimated that this prime article of New Zealand produce will thus be in troduced to some 7,000 people. The London Office'- of the Board is now continually receiving letters from different recipients in Great Britain eulogising the quality of the lambs re ceived. This form of advertisement is regard ed by the New Zealand- Meat Producers' Board as a valuable means of introduc ing their lamb in quarters where it was probably unknown before, and as it will be labelled 'New Zealand' it will be the means of letting consumers know what to expect when , they order New Zealand lamb. Only prime carcases of New Zea...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY KILLING Tales from the Hills "FACTS" AND FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

COUNTRY KILLING Tales from the Hills 'FACTS' AND: FANCIES. Articles, apparently: inspired, are ap pearing In the Country Press advocat ing country killing, ana decrying the Homebush market, and tlie Horaebush Bay abattoirs. : Recently ; the 'Stock J ournal' , drew attention to one such article, and pointed out the absurdity of soma of the statements mad©. There is nothing, of course, to stop anyone from advocating, country kill ing. It la a frtee country, and if a man genuinely believes that country killing will benefit the producers, and will give them better returns than the -Homebush market, then, of course, he is entitled to secure all the publicity possible for bis views. . ' ? One wonders, however, how much the man or men behind the inspired ar ticle knows or know about country killing. One also wonders whether the papers are being paid advertising rates for Che articles. Also, the question arises whether some people have not axes to grind. It might be as well to see whether t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

?; ? »w..„, ? '*'-* :SS£rTr^v'o'y«g.n«a^^ .v TTV-tr.s?,CT^ §! : W P ' m lt Not' rEM® TOR I 1 JMblCt ... tie ^ ? Special pamphlet, containing — H Ulf ' — ® 01 Particulars of the Association's work, Benefits of |j mi |y| ^3r^T^L£16]TS' ' Membership, List of I Officers and Local Secretaries, 1 ' ® A ° 1@ ''' * ALSO ASK FOE A COPY o t 1 -? ; ? V -f®8 / v JiS$®€iatlOII : ' \ 'GRAZIERS'' lANNUAL' . ? I . Ikdff IGfo IM? 183fr Af containing particulars of W wards, and mucli important l -B«SW - . T r-^tioB. ? f . ? ' ;:,|. ? p. . 1 '? V' '' * . .;:? v,' - ---U ,;.j..-„-,, , k Jv w* *LLEN, Secretary, The Qftu:^-*' Association of N.8.W., 79 Pitt Street, Sydnoj. . ' ' ? ' \ I ^ iSaHISOFOBie!MM,OOCI,?fc|?m: ?.?? ?.??'? ?.;?... . , ? ??.? .?? ' .... ,'?... .. v ? \ ' ? \ .. #rs tl S.fP:- ._ ?

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NEW STATES. ROYAL COMMISSION. THE PERSONNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

NEW STATES. V X \ ROYAL COMMISSION. \ THE PERSONNEL. \, It is understood that Cabinet has\ decided at last upon the personnel of \ the New States' commission. Although \ no official announcement has yet been made. Cabinet, it was stated in the city on V Tuesday, had invited. Mr. F. N. Yar ouuu, r uuuu aouuaiani, 10 represent ?the Government on the Commission. The other mentions will be, it is understood : Judge Cohen (chairman). Mr. Colin Sinclair (Northern repre sentative). Mr. J. A. Lorimer (Southern repre sentative). Mr., L. J. Astley (Western represen tative). - . . ' Mr. Yarwood, who is a well-known public accountant, is a member of the firm of Messrs. Yarwood, Vane and and Co., of O'Connell Street city. - In ,Jie wa? appointed' as a Royal Commission, to inquire into the affairs of the Sydney Ferries, Ltd., with a view of deciding whether they were to be allowed to increase their passen ger fares, and to reduce their ferry services. In 1919, at the first meeting of the newly el...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Old Papers WOOL IN 1832. PRICE AND QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Old Papers ? *- — WOOL IN 1832. PRICE AND QUALITY. It is always Interesting to read of sales of wool in the long ago. Aus tralia has beeu In the wool business - really a long time, and there has been many changes. Mr. W. E. Wilson, of Sydney, has brought under our notice some papers giving particulars of wool from New South Wales and Van Dieman'a Land* sold at public auction in London on June 7th, 1832. These papers belonged to Captain Dacre, who at that time was a well-known trader. We note that the wool sold was In lots of from one to four bales. The priceB ranged from about 1/- to 2/71 a lb. Most of the prices . were from 1/3 to 2/- u pound. The brands in cluded R.L., L.K.R., L.L.D., I.N.TcA., I.McA., A. A., H.B., P.H., .C.M., A.R., and A.P.K. Perhaps some old hand may be able to identify some of these brands. PRICE CATALOGUE. Mr. Wilson showed us the price cata logue, issued by J. T. Siines & Com pany, London Brokers. 011 August 7tb, 1844. It tells us that at the public ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Rabbit Breeding Lilacs and Lavender New Industry in Britain [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Rabbit BreedSffsg ? *— — ? , Lilacs and Laveradbi? New Industry in Britain Rabbit skins are likely to boom in prioe, and now we have a special ar ticle in the -British Agricultural Gaz ette, advocating the breeding of rab bits for fur ! The writer of the article tells British farmers 'it is a useful sideline.' British formers apparent ly don't know how wll off they are, without the rabbit. Austra- lian landholders, could tell thew Aus tralian rabbits are in the wrong place ! However, to quote from the article: 'OF all the profitable sidelines which the farmer is suitably placed to under take, in my opinion, there is none to equal that of rabbit breeding for fur. The reason for this is that furs obtain ed from wild animals are becoming scarcer every year. During the past few years great strides have been made by rabbit breeders in producing many new and beautiful varieties of rabbits, such as Chinchilla, Blue Beveren, Ar gente de Champagne,- Havana, Sitka, etc., all of which have pel...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Care of Live Stock CORRESPONDENCE COURSES. CHANCE FOR COUNTRY STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Care of Live Stock ' ~ — * ? ? . CORRESPONDENCE COURSES. CHANCE FOR COUNTRY STUDENTS. Many young men in country dis tricts who, perhaps, often- envy tlio city dweller his opportunities for atudy and advancement, would probably be surprised to know just how far their needs have been catered for by the Correspondence Courses, organised by the Technical Education Branch,- De partment of Education. i'ormeriy, mere was a tendency on the part of many people who had never come into contact with teaching by Correspondence, and who, therefore, had yery little knowledge of its possi bilities and ^advantages, to underrate this method of instruction. This, how ever, has been largely overcome by the fine results obtained by the Department of Education. The Correspondence students sit for the same examinations as the oral students, and, so far, have more than held their own in these examinations. Thus there is no lower ing of standards in even, the least degree. It is this fact; probably more tha...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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East is East. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

JebqI is East. A oable to the 'S. M. Herald' : — An interesting application of Oriental ethics, to the 'determination of personal conduct has been made by Mr. Namba, a former member of the Japanese Par liament, and father of the youth who recently attempted to assassinate the Regent, Prince Horohito. Mr. Namba has announced that he is about to lead his entire family into voluntary exile in Java in order that they may there expiate his son's crime. The Namba family has been notably connected with the services of the Japanese -Empire until young Namba'B deed caused 'the father to resign from Parliament. It is understood that the assailant's married sister will, at her father's ord er, leave her wealthy husband and join tho exiles.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wool is King FACTS FOR THE POLITICIANS. WHY KILL THE GOOSE? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Wool is King FACTS FOR THE 'POLITICIANS. WHY KILL THE GOOSE? The, 'Stock Journal' has been em phasising the basic importance of the sheep and wool industry to the State, a !? j Commonwealth. We , have realised the necessity . for this em phasis, because politicians and others seem to be intent on knocking this industry back. They haven't the sense to see on which side the State's bread is buttered. Now comes r the tn nwinnr +1... xt r- t ? — aauiu me w.ij.xj. vuartsny* the figures. We quote: . J«st consider this little list from the Commonwealth Official Statistics for 1922-23 ; relative to the exports of Pastoral and agricultural products or this continent : £ ? Wool, greasy ? 45,816,772 Wool, scoured ? 11,324,839 Total wool exports .... 57,141,611 ®Ptter ? ? 6,082,414 * °U1' ? 4,521,000 yheat. ? 8,469,574 Mutton and lamb ? 4,321,917 Beef ? ? ? 1,803,882 Total agric. and pastoral products other than wool 25,198,787 Surplus wool value .... 31,942,824 Therefore our wool comprised 69 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

1 Vita-Lick is EvefY Bit: a 1CM) per cml INVESTMENT I Wool-growers, nevt year's wool clip is growing now and there is a tremendous wool shortage in the world to-day of over 30 million pounds weight, while the demand for wool is increasing. . . ? , .. Use Vita-Lick all tho year round and increase the value and quantity of your clip, insuring bigger wool cheques. Our claims are supported by the testimonies of wool growers all over Australia. Here is one that speaks for itself. Mr. A. Leslio Cooper, of Toadolla, says — | 'I have iust shorn my wethers, and thoy cut mo ths, » remarkable weight of 12 lbs., and l oz. average, -or, in 1- other words 36£ bales per thousand 14 months' wool. jh. This during drought conditions, and tliey were only j fed on apple tree scrub besides the Vita-Lick at the, 1; ordinary strength (1-5)-, They also went the whole year. S without showing a dag, were never once dosed, and i were always healthy.' , . ; J. f 1^1^; w STOCK UCK SPECIALISTS Robert Paton &...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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LONDON MEAT STORAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

LONDON MEAT STORACE RATES. Captain A'. W. Pearse, representative for the Port of London Authority for Australia and New Zealand, has re ceived the following notification of alteration of, storage rates in London. The rates were as follows, up to Octo ber 31st, 1923: — Rent, after 28 days, at the rate of 1/11 per ton' per day, or part of a day nn it/oi nr,V» f. in o-f-nv/i /innli /Inv, Kn + such rent not to exceed 27s 6d per ton for the second period of 28 days, or '26s 4d per ton for the third or a ny subsequent period of 28 days, on the weight in store on the first day of such period. They are liow altered as from that date to 26s 4d per ton for third and fourth period of 28 days and 24s 9d per ton for the fifth Or any subsequent period of 28 days.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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CROWN LANDS APPLIED FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

CRO\^N LANDS APPLIED FOI*. The departmental statement of Crown lands applied for and gazetted during the week ended February 22nd shows that 32 applications were made for a total area^of 19,969 acres for use as original holdings, and 8 applications totalling ; 4430 acres for use as addi tional Jioldines ? During tho same period 5 blocks totalling -2845 acres were set apart for original holdings, and one block of 300 acres was set apart for an addi tional holding.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

NETTING S j PROMPT DELIVERY, AT REDUCED ' PRICES— WRITE FOR QUOTES. 1 WIRE. * Black, No. 8, £17/-/-; No. 10, £18/-/- * Galv., No. 8; No. 10. '1 Barb No 12, £27/-/-; No 14, £28/10 1- ' High Tensile, Galvanised, No. 12% vf (1.480 yards to cwt.) £23. 1 . - -S Galv. Iron, English, 26G., £28 basis. ! 1 Coarse Salt, 72/6, 80/-; Rock, 115/-, iJ Strychnine, Hulle's, 6oz. lots, 6/- oz„ f Freight paid. Smaller lots, 5/3 oz. i 3* Also Wool Packs, Windmills, Pumps, Pipes. Blo-fll-di, Calcium Cyanide, Sta- . H .''.5 tlon Supplies. ' Carbide, . Vlta-Uck, '-!« Tanks, Tea; Groceries, Dnoppers, etc, i W. N. BEAUMONT ? 1 BO YOUNQ STREET, SYDNEY'. '5

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