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

CHEAP TEA I Wo recommend In the teas offered only those bearing | 'Tarla' Brand — then you will be well satisfied. If you are not, tney g can be returned to us free , of all cost to you. Nothing could be more i If air, and you will realise the wisdom of the .pbove. If the market i Is going up how can prices be cheaper? Many persons do not lute b j China Tea. B WE DO NOT TAKE CHINA RATION TEA BACK. | China Ration Tea, 501b. Gbests ? ? 1/' J No. 1 'Tarla' Froken Pekoe Tea, 1001b. Cheats, 1/4 lb. j No- 3 'TARLA' Brand Genuine Broken Oi-ange I Pekoe Tea, 1001b. Cheats ? l/7i lb. Special Tea— Tarla No, 5 2/9 Tea at 1/9 lb. j I This is a tea for special good purposes, where the highest 1 grade tea is wanted, which we are able to offer at 1/9 lb., ia J!) 56 lb. chests. This is a 2/9 retail line in lib. packets. If you want something extra good, this is it, viz. : — j HILL GROWN— NEW GARDEN ORANGE PEKOE TIPS, 1/9 lb., 56 lb. chests. \\ (Note: — All above are less 2|% discount, payment 30 da...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARM PRODUCE MARKETS SUSSEX STREET & ALEXANDRIA THE WEEK'S SALES DAY BY DAY [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

[?] ; - ? ,. . * . . . . ., ? ? ? ? V ? ? SUSSEX STREET ® A!|XMBRIA THE WEEK'S SALES ? 9 ? ' ' ' DAY BY- BAY In Sueaex-street on Wednesday, the price of egga waa advanced 3d a dozen. The falling off in production, together with a good seasonable demand, is responsible. Unstable conditions in the London but ter market are reflected in Sussex-sti Aus tralian butter in London is quoted down to 160/. a cwt. Cheese''is meeting: with a moderate de mand. Stocks on hand are fairly heavy. . Straw has met with eteady demand at firm rates during the week. Tasmanian wheaten sold up to five guineas a ton. Luc erne quotations are unchanged. k The maize market is dull. Much excel ' lent quality is coming forward, but the best price obtainable in Sussex-st. on Wednesday was 4/10 a bushel.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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OUR MEAT INDUSTRY NEEDS ORGANISATION FACTS ABOUT COMPETITORS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

- ? - - 1- ^ ? ^ . , ' NEEDS ORGANISATION FACTS ABOUT COMPETITORS Mr. J. B. Cramsie, Chairman of the Australian Meat Council, was further examined on Tuesday, by the Parlia mentary Select Committee appointed to enquire into the proposed levy for tho financing of the Council. Mr. Cramsie produced copios * of the last annual report of the council of tlie iNew z,eaiana Meat rroaucers Board, an organisation similar to that proposed to be established under the proposed bill. The levy made by the board at first was 2d per carcase for lamb and mutton, and Id per quarter for beef, but these rates had been afterwards reduced by half. The rovonuo received to Juno, 1928, uu £42,117 not. DIFFERENCE IN PRICES. Mr. Cramsie also produced a chart which had been specially prepared, to show the difference in prices obtained in England between New Zealand and Australian lamb and mutton and Ar gentine and Australian beef. In tho first, the difference was from lid to 2jd per lb. in favor of New Zealand,...

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

8IL5JH St P§§UI3@ AUCTIONEERS, Sworn Valuers, : ; ! Stock and Station Agents, COOMA

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

| j£11!££,000 | Returned to our supporters out of profits made, in a few years. | I C O n ® IP 3£ KL A, T E s f Link up with us, and participate in our profit-sharing system. | F ARMIES | j C©-@PE1ATI¥S £©. j 5 ? .1 : ? ? - , | ? ? ? ? ? ? __ j

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

SPECIAL VALUE Tea-Pot and Butter Dish ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE A Saunders 'Teapot.' 11116 Sent Post Free throoghoot'N.S.W. | A. Saunders Butter Dish | and Knife. Pure Silver- I plated, Opal Glass Dish, | 12/0. I A SAUNDERS WATCHMAKER — JEWELLER 805-813 George Street, Sydney (Opp. Railway Station)

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

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

| 'DG' Portable Sheep- Jetting Plaits t A very strong outfit made to stand hard I j work, and includes the famous Fairbanks | Morse Type 'Z' Kerosene Engine. : The pump is Myers' Special Spray Pump, [ fitted as illustrated. ? The tank holds 40 gallons and is fitted with j | a special propeller agitator, keeping the * | jj mixture always at proper strength. | ? We can also supply plant without engine its | { portable or stationary form. \ I Send for Bulletin 142a. | j i | DANGAR GEDYE & CO., LTD. I jj 16 - 18 Young Street - Sydney j

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

| ? j U A better lambing if yon use it MOW £12-17-6 PER TON

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The Wool Problem CONSIDER THE FACTS. A NATIONAL MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

The Wool Problem C0N8IDER THE FACTS. A NATIONAL MATTER. 'On the present production, and at present prices,' said Mr. Edmund Jow ett, in an interview in Melbourne, 'tlie income from wool grown in Australia may be estimated at about £55,000,000 a year. Almost tlie wfiole of the wool grown is sold for export, and repre sents money coming into Australia. 1 liis enormous income permeates every other industry, and circulates throughout all classes of the commu nity. The graziers of Australia nre great spenders. They are also great in vestors. And through the wages they pay and their other expenditure they provide .wages, profits, and means of ?saving for all other classes in Aus tralia. THE NUMBERS. 'Throughout the whole of the coun try and the cities the high wages, am ple employment for all, and splendid profits for merchants and tradespeople, are to a large extent provided by the annual expenditure of this £55,000,000 of wool money. 'To maintain and improve these fea tures of life in A...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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COLLECTION OF SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

COLLECTION OF SNAKES. A message to the 'Herald' tells about it. . A collection of over 40 specimens of snakes has been presented to the Par ents and Citizens' Association for the Grafton Public School by Mr. T T Bawden. It includes n -WiMtv ?(-*. ? r .f, ? . ? 11UU1 UitJ Jam worth district, which . has been in Mr. Bawden 's possession, since 18S9. A tiger and a rock snake, two of tlie most deadly specimens found on the Clarence River, are also included,. J.nere is a brown snake, wihlch'' -ru=- cuu^t in a canary cage in Graf ton in 1893, after having swallowed a canary. There are some fan-tailed liz ards, which have been two or three times exhibited at the Koyal Show in Sydney, and a lace lizard, which was secured 10 miles from Grafton in 1885. Mr. Bawden states that he had ob served that on every occasion on which an Iguana lizard liad been wounded ln a tight it immediately repaired to a cunjevoi bush and ate some of it. There were evidently some medicinal and heal ing properties in...

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

ATOMS. And if over the human race gets hold of a means od' tapping even a small traction of tlie energy contained in the atoms of their own planot, the conse quences will be beneficent or destruc tive according to the state oif civilisa tion at that time attained, and the beneficence or malevolence of their spiritual development. — Sir Oliver Lodge in the 'Empire Review.'

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

Ir^55^ ? ^ — — — -f ! ' : 1 METf H G- BUY NOW ? ' I d # ? 1 Netting has nevar been bo cheap since 1914. There will be cm advance in price s | in the very near future. | I Either IMMEBIA7 E DELIVERY or we will book up for later delivery. j 1 We are prepared to do this1': \ j I Book your orders to-day and we give you the advantage of any reduction in prioe right up till day j '1 of delivery If any advance occurs in the meantime, we protect you against it. We will book up for : 1 delivery any time in April, May or June that you nominate. This means that you get protection against : s any advance and the benefit of any fair in price and guaranteed delivery. ? b| ? ^4 SPECIAL REBATE is allowed by us for quantities of 3 miles and over \ I Sheep and Dog Proof: Galvd. Rabbit Proof FENCING WIRE | hj Netting Per Ton. ? °8 No. 8 Black, 1 cwt. colls £17 5 0 s Per M'8, in 100 yard rolls — Guaranteed New. No. 10 Black ? £18 5 0 5 '1 30x4x17 ? ? ? £1413 6 No- SCSalV. ? ? £19/10/- : J 30 * 4 x 16 ?...

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

FIREWOOD. Best box, 30/-; good 28/-: best stringy bark, 31/-; good 28/-; mixed wood. 20/- to 23/-; ironbark, 20/- to 24/.; best bakers' wood 26/.; good, 25/-; inferior, 18/- per ton.

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

SINGLETON. GRAINGER and FALKINER. LTD., report: Fat Cattle : The market was smaller than ? for some time past, made up almost wholly of decent quality ateers, cows and hoifers, of from fair to good quality, with d few poms of good quality bullocks. Competition w;ii fairly active at values a little below last week's rates. Bullocks made to £10 4s. steers to £7 16s, cows to £6 8s, heifers to £5 19s. Store Cattle: The yarding was the light est for some time past, made up almoBt iwholly of cowb and mixed young cattle Competition was not bo active and values a littlu easier. Best store cow.i made to £2 16s, heifers to £3 2s, calves to 25s. Springers: T3ie oJfei'.ng wus tigain a heavy one, tho quality only fair. Com petition was well sustained at values about on a par with last week's rates. Best sorts made to £12 5s. Pigs: 152 penned and sold. The num ber of baconers was smaller than for some time past, and the bulk of tho offering consisted of porkers of fair to good quality. Competitio...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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J. ENRIGHT reports: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

J. ' ENEIGHT reports : — 1350 fat cattle yarded a!t Maitland Yards 011 Monday last, 24th' March. Tlie quality of the yarding .was good, and comprised all descriptions., Good to prime cattle pre dominated, plq,in and inferior sorts were hard to locate. The usual buyers -were prefent, but the weight of beef represented was more than sufficient fdr immediate re quirements, and although the market open ed practically at last clay's rates, prices wised considerably, finishing '10s to '20 s lower. Best yards of bullocks made to £12. prime medium to £10, prime ilght to £8, plain from £5 10s; best cows made to £7 18s 6d, medium from £4. 1 »ru ivviu,, Atwuiiu ui «j. riuecr, 10 blks £10 l3;,H(jn. John Morrissey, Mineni bali, 22 cows to £7' 13s 6d avg1 £7 Is 6d ; Doona Co., Breeza, ,23 steers to £8 Us avg £7 16*3; W. MaMulren, Scone, 33 cows to £7 avg £6 8s 6d; F.' Bgan, Curlewis, 43 steers to £5 33 6d avff £4 18s; T. F. and J. Grills, Werris Creek, 104 heifers to £6 lis avg £4 17s 6d ; J. C. ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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"GREAT MISTAKE." ATTACK ON THE PROGRESSIVES. SPEAKER'S COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

'GREAT MISTAKE.' ATTACK ON THE PROGRESSIVES. SPEAKER'S COMMENTS. ' 'It is a great mistake in tactics on tlie part of some Nationalists to attack tlie Progressives in tlie way they are doing,' declureil| Mr. D. Levy, M.L.A. (Speaker of tlie Legislative Assembly), addressing a meeting of. the Darllng liurst branch of the National Associa tion this week. Mr. Levy said he thought that the Progressives had a perfect right to maintain ' their existence as a party. The fact that they could not prevail, upon tliem to -poalesce with the Na ?tionaHsts- was no' -Tea'son for - them -'to ' alienate, irritate,- or attack them. The next best thing to a coalition of forces was to secure general support to en- . able the Government's policy to be carried, out. He was justified, he thought, in claiming that the Govern ment had done nothing to impair the credit of the State. On the other hand they had, done well in being able to meet the extra expenditure that had been forced upon them without in crea...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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"TILIMBY" ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

'TILIMBY' ESTATf. Tlie attention of our readers is invited to the advertisement which appears in our columns of the sale of. thia estate. The terms are. 10 per cent, deposit, and a further 20 per cent, of possession being! given, the balance of purchase' money until paid to cArry interest at 6 -A per cent, per annum calculated from date of sale and payable half-yearly. With ' regard to tho balance of purchase money, the vendors have ' entered into ne gotiations with the Sural Bank Branch of tho Government Savings Bank of New South WaleS to make advances In approved cases (in pursuance of Section 64 and sections following of tlio Government' Savings Bank Act, 1906), to assist purchasers, on a basis of repayment extending over about thirty one years; subject to the payment of in terest at 614 per cent Purchasers may avail themselves; of these facilities in oases ap proved by the Eural Bank, thus enabling purchasers in those cases to pay to the vendors the balance of their purchase mon...

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

%2e$3/s toading IPastaaMst Agont B. G. COHEN. DO YGUlt BUYING THROUGH All : ami earo Timo and Worry. . mhksem sabried m as osm. IRfi&sroittanded by eovcral of tho. . Lea^wig Pastcralista in the state. J ATfcAS BIHLDINCS (Third Floor), 8 a Spring 8 treat, 8yt!fwy. 8 ; ^Plidno, B2M3. J moset'to i^'Eh'S''! OVER ABROAD ACRES.' f I At iSf (six and a half) ??Pw Ooni. J ARTHUR F. TARRAW, J 4 Qastlorcagh Gtreat, Sydney. jj .Reference: E. S. & A. Bank, H.Q. 1 gmsoH I'-DI ASTHMA- I j THE GREAT ASTHMA REMEDY j | NO MORE 8LEEPLEC3 ItllQHTS § I DONALD ROSS & CO. 8 I ANGEL PLACE . | I , FORTESCUE'S IXL. IMPROVED POISON CART THB SUREST, MOST EFFECTIVE AND MOST ECONOMICAL METHOD OF RABBIT DESTRUCTION. OVER JO, OOO /. X. L~ POISON 'TARTS . PROVE THE CLAIM OF THE I. X. L. TO 3*3 BE KING OF POISON CARTS. Ito stmpHolty. ej- 1[ fes?'' : foctlvencea ^ . ||rand)~- ^ ^ ? \\ ggfaft standi no features. J Tho I.X.L. haa -beaten all coin- ?? petitors in recognised field |Cr T\ I.X.L. RA...

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GOULBURN SPECIAL SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

GOULBURN SPECIAL SHEEP SALE W. II. W1IEATLEV report having yarded over U.OCO sheep 011 Tuesday to a good at tendance of buyers from Eiverina, Monaro, and local districts. Competition was rather irregular at times for inferior lots, but nil good lines of ewes and young sheep met with keen demand at price.* showing no material alteration of tlioso ruling, at our last, sale, practically the whole of the yard ing being cleared; 1L040 being sold at an average of 27i Id per head. The following were among the principal sales: — Account S. A. £alph, merino wethers ut 29s; account P. C. Bell. Wandara,' xbr.ed ewes at 6-1. merino ewes at 31s 3d, merino wether hoggets at 31s 3d; account D. Mc Donald, Rossiville, merino lambs at 25s 9d; a-ccount A. Taunton, Parkesbourne, merino lambs at 23s 6d; account J. E. J5. Hyles, Kigg&dale, aged mecino wethera at 25s 9d ; account A. D. TuciHn, Yarra, merino wethers at 25s 9d ; account H. McLaughlin, Pejar, merino ewes at 31s 6d; account W. Frost, ...

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