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Our Colours (The colours of the Women's Country Party are Blue and Brown.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Oar Colours (Tlie colours of the Women's Country Party are Blue and Brown.) (By M. Gunu.) Where the broicn earth spreads o'er the sunlit spaces, And the blue sky o'crarches like a crown, They bear our colours on their radiant faces — Our Blue and Broicn I Midst mighty gorges and wild rock strewn ranges, Where wind-blown torrents , spray the nioise crags down, See! on broicn cliffs the azure mist veil fringes — ? Our Blue and Brown! Where the brown cliffs fall down to golden beaches, And the white surf is foaming ever new, Our emblem there o'er earth -and heaven stretches — Our Broicn and Blue! Such is Fame. 'May I see the Tariff Board, please ?' The speaker (reports 'The Sun') was a sun-tanned man who spoke with authority. The secretary to the board (Mr. Richards) shook his head empha tically. 'It is impossible,' lie said; 'the board's time is entirely occupied to-day.' 'Perhaps,' he added, 'I could make an appointment for another occasion. What name, please?' 'Mr. Oakley, is my nam...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEATHER REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

WEATHER REPORTS. Tho following information is compiled from the weather bulletins issued by tho Weather. Bureau each morning'. In tho 'barometer' columns will be found the reading corrected and brought down to sea-level of the barometers at that station at 9 a.m. on the mornings named. The 'thermometer' is the reading of the dry bulb thermometer taken at' the same time, while 'weather' la the weather observed at that time. /The -'wind' column shows tlie direction of the wind and its strength at 9 a.m. on the last day of the period. The final column shows the height and movement either of the river at that particular town, or the state of the sea when the station is on the sea coast, for the last day of the period. |l ' Barometer. 1 Thermometer| Weather. | Wind |River Station. ([ Tue. 1 Wed.|Thrs. |Tue. |W.|Thrs.| T. | W. | Th. | Th. |ThI : : ' f i i i ift. in. Wilcannia .. 30.00 29.95 30.00 71 73 67 F F ' C 1 S 18 2 Wentworth 30.04 30.04 30.00 67 63 56 F D C S 7 9 Bourke ? 30.05 30....

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weather Report [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

[?] Durinp Tuesday an unsottlcd showery dio turbance.. continued, alongf tlie.' coast, and P'ao®a on the .highlands,; and further mqderata rain.; resulting in one or two heavy falls in places.' waa recorded. Manning Heads bnd 135 points, and Forster lffi points, v There wore other falls along tn© coast, all of a scattered nature. Glou. coster had 52 points. . Vr' *ao South Coast, Crooldiavon had 103 points- and Jervis Bay 60 points. On tho JJlue Mountains, Katoomba had 40 points, fir.'-inRwood 29 points, -and Blackheath 20 points. . .. -? JJn the Northern Tableland, Tabulam had 18 pointo end 'Emm'aville 10. points. \ By Tuesday, the, weather was rapidly fining up, and oiily very light and isolated falls occurred on the coast. The largest Call being. at Stroud. During tho 24 hours ended 9 a.m. on Thursday, tropical activities came much into evidence, and ? eomo fiood fains were recorded in the EivSrina and tho South west portion of the State. Victoria and Tasmania also participated. ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Great Stock-Saving Property [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

A Great Stock-Saving Property ^ ? What is possibly one of the best urougut-resisting properties on Monaro is to be offered for auction sale at Nlini mitabel, near Cooana, N.S.W., on Satur day, 12th April, at 3 p.m. e property lias for over 70 years been known as 'Creewah,' and is sltu ated in a valley through which the Bombala River Uows. Excellent fishing is to be had on the estate. ? n°ted {)roperty was held for' o\ei 40 years by Mr. Alex Keys It has performed very creditably us « stock-saver in drought seasons, andt iii 1. 14 carried 1..000 Rlverina sheep for FnViQHi -f ^1,ol1lt^loss' aud agiilu in r J! « carried -000 sheep and GCK) cattle for over six months. For perma nent stocking it will carry 2500 sheet) and 100 cattle without using the occu pation license. The area inside the sheep proof paddocks comprise 4531' acres. It is undoubtedly a property that would appeal to anyone looking for suve country in all seasons. It would pay a western grazier to buy it as an insurance aga...

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 — 28 March 1924

IB a TO W ' - @f If Not' srap roit I '! JBiMA TIE, SPECIAL PAMPHLET, ooatainiDg- 1 I @ Particulars of the Association's work, Benefits of 1 j|r %3'f 8s»SS^SrS' Membership, List of Officers and Local Secretaries, I y ' ' ' Bk ? M © j® ? ALSO ASK FOR A COPY ®t I L V £k. ASS@€ia,tl@SI . 'GRAZIERS' ANNUAL' ' f . containing particulars of Awards, and much important 1 Ij^t lflP ' ? information. : 'l' ' Jffy Jf|, JC JEj JjOISy J..W, ALLEN, Seoretary, Tho Qrazlors' AsBooiatlon of IU.W., 70 Pitt Street, Syd/ipy. P '?

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Meat Council QUESTION OF POWERS Comparisons [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Meat CotzlemeL ? ^ ? QUESTION OF POWERS ? . Comparisons Some of the objection tiat is coming from undisclosed sources to the Aus tralian Meat Council is based on tlie claim that too much power is being given to the council. Unless the council has considerable powers, it might as well not exist at all. Worth-while re forms in Industry are never accom plished without powers. There is a world of work for the council to do, but it must have the powers before It can do it. In New Zealand) there is the Meat Producers' Board, and its powers are far greater than those It is proposed to give tho Australian Meat Council. Mr. J. B. Cramsie, chairman of the council, ln giving evidence before the Parliamen tary Select Committee, dealt with this point. Mr. Cramsie said: — BTaTE RIGHTS GUARANTEED. Now, I come to the powers of self help conferred by sub-clause (a). I have heard it remarked by various people who are not fully cognisant with the meaning of the sub-clause that this confers power upon ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARREN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

WARREN SHOW. Mr. A. G. Thompson, Secretary, writes us that owing to clashing with Nyngan Pionio Races, the dates of thp Warren Show have been altered to June 5 and 6. We all Ipiow now where Singapore is but many Australians are wondering whether some Britishers know whoro Australia is. Australia would ask.. British states men to pause before they treat the Singapores of tho world lightly.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Progressive Party NORTHERN TABLELANDS. ELECTORATE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Progressive Party ? * ? NORTHERN TABLELANDS. ELECTORATE COUNCIL. A conference of delegates from branches and affiliated branches in the Northern Tablelands electorate was held at the Municipal Chambers, Glen Innes, on Friday last, when there was a representative attendance. Messrs. M. F. Bruxner and D. H. Drunimoiul, M's. L.A., V. C. Thomp son, M.P., Hon. A. E. Hunt, M.L.C. (Chairman of the Central Council), and J. J. Price (General Secretary of the Progressive Party of N.S.W.), vraro also present. Interesting speeches were delivered by the Parliamentary representatives of the electorate and Mr. Hunt. ORGANISATION. Matters of organisation were dis cussed, and the General Secretary out lined the scheme which was being adopted by the electorates. This hp had covered in the form of a circular which had been issued to Branches, through tlie electorate councils, and would be useful lor reference purposes. The election of officers for the year resulted as follow : — President, Mr. R. J. H...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia's Sheep Numbers WORLDS' WOOL PRODUCTION A NATIONAL PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

-*- ? ? WORLDS' WOOL PRODUCTION .'A NATIONAL1 PROBLEM How to got our shoop numbero up: That is tSie question. It is a national question, and directly or indirectly concerns everybody in Australia. National progress and prosperity lie . ? partly along tho lines of increasing our merino sheep numbers. Last year tho N.S.W. Minister for Agriculturo mentioned that Australia financially was on tho sheep's back. ' It still ig, and is likoly to remain so far many years. The call is to 'endeavor to mako that back broader, strongerl Our Govornmonts, recognising tlio importance of tlio subject, must inter est themselves, nnd tlioy should ask representative wool-growers to express their views. The 'Stock Journal', as tho official organ of the wool industry in N.S.W., is giving publicity to tho subject, for we _ want to see our sheepowners actively interested. The solution of the problem rests in tho final analysis with the sheepowners. Give them sufficient time, and they will work out the solut...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORAGE AND GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

FORAGE AND GRAIN. FORAGE: Hunter River lucerne hay, £4 to £6 ter ton; Tasmanian derrick pressed straw, oaten £4/10/-; wheateii £5; Tas manian oaten chaff, £5/10/- to £6 per ton.' GRAIN : Northern Rivers, 4/10. OATS: Algerian, Tasmanian 4:'-, local 3/- to 3/9; whites 4/7 to 4/9; barley, Cape, 4/- to 4/6 per bushel. MILLET: Prime, Ions hurl and selfwork ing. £36 to £40 per ton. PEAS: Blue 9/3, grey 9/- a bushel. VEGETABLES: Potatoes, Tasmanian Brownells. £9; Bismarcks, £8; Pinkeyes, £6; nnions, Victorian Brown Spanish £7/10/ X-er ton.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pastures Protection Boards Doing Invaluable Work TAMWORTH'S EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Pastures Protetiii Boards ? jj- ? Doing Invaluable Work TAMWORTH'S EXAMPLE. Some of those people who advocate the abolition of P.P.r Boards would have you believe that the Boards are doing little or nothing, and that they are out of date. The truth is, of course, that most of the Boards are doing very valuable work— work that Is unceasing and is most necessary. . Again and again the work of the Boards is made much more ? difficult because of drought. If it were all plain sailing for the Boards, it would be a different matter. It may be, of course, that here and there you find a Board that is not doing as much as it should. But then that is so in all businesses and in all countries. No doubt tho champions of the Shire Councils would admit that there are Councils that are still a long way from perfect. If the P.P. Boards went in for a bit more publicity, thereby giving the public a better idea of what they are doing, it, perhaps, would be better for the Boards and the industry. A lot ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

SUN AND MOON. ' SUN. ' MOON. — Eiaes. Sets. Rises. Seta. Day of Week. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Fri., Mar. 28 6.4 5.57 11.52 1.12 Sat., Mar. 29 6.4 5.55 ? 2.6 a.m. Sun., Mar. 30 6.5 6.54 12.51 2.52 Mon., Mar. 31 6.6 5.52 1.52 3.36 Full Moon: April 20, at 12.11 a.m. Now Moon : April 4 at 5.17 p.m.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sussex Street DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Sussex Street dairV produce. BUTTER : Choicest, 144/8 per cwt., plus boxes and cartage. BACON: Sides. 1/4 to 1/5; flitches 1/3V4 to l/4V*j; middles 1/7; shoulders, jlOVj to 1/-; special brands, middles 1/7, flitches 1/4', v. sides 1/5. HAMS: Local, single cloth 1/6 to 1/9; special brands, in seed, 1/10V6; single cloth 1/9. CHEESE : Local, prime loaf 1/9W, prime largo / 9; ICameruka 1/-. ' EGGS: New-laid, nice graded lots, 2/3; pullets' 1/6; northern rivers. South Coast and railways, 1/10 to 2/.; duck, new-laid 2/1 per doz., according to size. BEESWAX: Choice 1/3 to 1/6 per lb. HONEY : Choice / 6, good /5 to /6d, in ferior from /4. LAED: Bulk 1/-, packets to 1/0V6; special brands, bulk l/0Vi, packets 1/1 per lb. POULTRY : Railway and river consign ments; old liens 3/- to 4/-; roosters, young 5/- to 7/-; others 5 /_ to 8/_; Muscovy drakes 5/- to 10/-; ducks, young 4/6 to 6/6; old. 3/6; turkeys, hens. 10/- to 14/-; gobblers. 15/- to 35/-; pigeons 19 to 1 /-.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Vegetable Market [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Vegetable Market BEANS/ 6d to 3/-; peas, Wonders 1/- to 4/-; Yorks 6d to 2/6 per bushel case. CABBAGES: 1/- to 9/-; lettuce, /6 per dozen TOMATOES : 1/- to 3/- per half-cose. ONIONS: 12/-; swedes, 8 /-;? sweet potatoes 3/- to 10./- per cwt. CAKEOTS : 2/6; parsnips, 3/-; beetroot, white turnips, 3/6; eschalots, 3/6, radish lj-; rhubarb, 4/- pur dozen bunches; chil lies. 1/- per lb. PUMPKINS: 6d to 10/-; vegetable mar rows, /6d to 1/6; watermelons 21- to 6'-; extra choice, 10/- per dozen POTATOES: Tasmanian, Brownells', 12 '6 : Bismarcks 10/6; Pinkeyes, 8/6; Melbourne and local varieties, 8/5 to 12/6 per cwt.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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BATHURST-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

bathurst-street. APPLES: Local, dessert, ex. choice, 12/ cholce 9/- to 11/-, medium 6/- to 8/- small 3/- to 4/., cooking, choice 9/-; medium 6' to 8/-, small 3 1- to 4/- per bushel cane; Tasmanian, W.P.M., to 11/-; Alex., 7/ to 9/-, Alf. 7/- to 91 BANANAS: Choice, 22/- to 30/-; other grades 10/- to 20/-, sma.ll and inefrior 8/ per case. CITRUS FEUITS . Lemons, local, choice 9,'. to 10/-. medium 6/- to 8'-, small 4/- to 5/.- Italian 16/- to 18/-; Valencia oranges, local, choice 20/- to 24/-; medium 14/- to 18/-, small 7/- io 12/-; American, 27/- per bushel case. ' GEAPES: Black Hamburg, 6/- to 7/-; fhuscat, 10/- to 12/-; sherry, 5/- to 7/- per hall'-tushcl caae. PLUMS: Dark, choice, 6 /- to 10/-; medium 2$/w to 4/-, small 2/-. light 2/- to 5/- per lialf-bushel case. PASSION FEUIT : Local, choice, 18/- to #-/-.; ' medium 7/- to 91-, Bma.ll 3/- to 4/ ? lier half-bushel. ' , PINEAPPLES : Queens. 9/- per case. PEACHES: Victorian, 4/- to 8/- per bushel .caee. ,i PEAES: Local, Victorians, ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fruit Markets MUNICIPAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

I * Fruit Markets O -! MUNICIPAL MARKET. APPLES: Local, choice dessert, 10/- to' 1AI-, smaJl 4/- to 9/-; cooking, to 10/- per bushel case. .. BANANAS: 10/- to 30/- per case. ' CITRUS FEUITS: Oranges, to 20/-; Valen. alas, to 22/-; lemons, 5/- to 7/- per bushel (Jase. ' GEAPES: Muscateis, choice black 10/-; Black Hamburgs, 4 j. to 10/-; white varie ties, 3/- to 6 /- per half-case. PEACHES: From 2/- to G /- per half caBe; Victorian 3/- to 8/- per case. PASSION FliUIT: 4/- to 16/-. extra choice 19/- per lialf-bushel case. PEARS: Local 5/- to 12/-, green 2/- to 5/-; Victorian, 4/- to 10/-, cooking 3/- to 6/ per case. P1NEAPPLS: Queens, to 12/-; Eipleys, 6/- to 7/- per case. PLUMS: Victorian, 7/- to 10/- per case; lotial, choice dark, 3/- to 8/-. iiuht 4/-, small and jam lots 2 /- to 2/6 per half 'qUINCES: 3/- to 6 j- per case EOCKMELONS: 4/- to 7/- per dozen. SWEET COBN : 1/6 per half-case. TOMATOES : 2/- to 3/- per half-c&ao.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

I McCabe Wheat: PicMers | ' Immediate Delivery 1 Price £12-10-0 each J ? complete ready to work These Machines consist of a 70-gall. Cask, fitted with strong j I ltoisting Derrick and Tackle, a patented Perforated Copper Immerser to -hold two or three bushels of grain, and an Iron Bag Holder. ' Price, complete with Oak Cask, £12/10/-. Pine Casks are 30/ ' each cheaper, but we strongly recommend Oak Casks. ' '....-H-Tbese'vMachines- are the latest of all. Every grain gets thor ; ougWy pickled ?without being soaked, smut spores are positively ' destroyed, and weed seeds and rubbish float and can be skimmed off. I - No solution, time or labour is wasted because they are so fast to toadle. . „ ^ .. I Immediate Delivery I® ? WARNING. — Unless orders are placed before the and of this montk there will be no chance of getting supplies for this season, t»e already the bookings are so very heavy. ?e . .????N.8.W. -Agents- for the -Manufacturers — | .r.-.. ?? jpv ' w. -WILLIAMS' & CO.,...

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ALEXANDRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

ALEXANDRIA. Business generally has been dull during the week in the Alexandria Saleyards. On _ Wednesday slightly better enquiry existed for choice quality fodder, but for other grades the market was very dull. Souio of the sales made were at prices winch hardly enabled the farmer to clear costs. On Wednesday, the highest prices report ed' by private treaty were: Wheaten chaff 6s, oaten chaff 6s 6d, lucerne chaff 7s 6d, luoerne hay 8s, oaten hay 7s 6d.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

i For KILLING GREEN TIMBER, PRICE For SPRAYING FLY BLOWN SHEEP, 5/6 gal For DRESSING SHEEP SKINS, Etc. in5ga!I. For FOOTROT iN SHEEP, Etc. drumo osdy This solution is the pure Arsenic, already dis v solved in water, and is ready for use simply by. the addition of cold water in the following ratios: ; For Killing Green Timber, add 4 galls, cold . water, to 1 gall. Dissolved Arsenic. ^ For Spraying ;Fly Blown Sheep, add 10 galls. L — cold water. / For Dressing Sheep Skins, add 8 galls, cold water; also for Foot Hot In Sheep, Prickly Pear Destruction, and all other purposes for which Arsenic is generally used. Remember, badly dissolved Arsenic, with a lot of sediment, means reduced: strengths, etc., and when you go to use it you do not get the results. Better to buy the properly dissolved material, and sim ply add the cold water. F. W. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD., 41 Hunter St., Sydney.

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WHEAT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

WHEAT MARKETS. The market for wheat has been quiet during the week, with quotations practical ly unchanged. Further weakness is re ported from overseas, and, if this is con tinued, is likely to affoct tho local mar ket. ' ' - London market is reported to be declin ing, and Chicago options aro again lower. Slightly lower freights aro offering in Syd ney. . . Tlie Continent is enquiring for flour, but the United Kingdom demand is dull. Ship pers' quotations on Wednesday wero £9 19s a ton, f.o.b., Sydney, in stacks. Spot busi ness was 'reported at £11 a ton delivered.

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