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Country Stock Markets GOULBURN. W. H. WHEATLEY report: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924
Country Stock' Markets ? ? :!; — ; — : ? ? ' GOULBURN. W. H. WHEATLEY report :- Fair attendance of buyers at Wednesday's sales. , Fat Sheep: Small yarding. Market .firm. Best xbred ewes to 35s, merino ewes to 25s, wethers to 30s, lambs to 3Cs. Our sales included : Account H. Friend, Parlfesbourne, snerino wethers at 30s ; account G. Siggs, Pejar, merino wethers at 25s 3d; xbred lambs at 26s 3d. Fat. Cattle: Fair yarding, with market showing an improvement on last week's low rates. Bejt cows to £8, and bullocks to £8 2s 6d. Our sales included : Cows, on account Tom Friend, Parkesbourne, at £5 5s; account II. Friend, Parkesbourne, cows at £5, heifers at £4 15a; account H. Shepherd, cows to £6 10s, steers to £6.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924
j'' ''''' Tk® ESSES-SIS BiiSt by Hsoi unfa SUson Patents t The ESSEX-SIX possesses the fine perform ! ance which made the ESSEX-FOUR famous 5 the world over, and in addition is more silent, ! more flexible, and more economical. Its ' ! aPPearance a'so '3 improved, and at its price | of £385, it represents unsurpassed value. j Ensure earliest possible delivery by booking I : your order now! I \ | ] A Thirty Minute Ride will Win You. f I DALGETY &' COMPANY, LTD/ | 136 Phillip Street, SYDNEY S ... ? - ? ? | JS^jLT1 at 40/' per Ton | . At aLiove sjiepial price, for. .pash, I exceptionally good line SHEEP and I CATTLE SALT, in 10 or 15-ton 8 JlT1011 . loads, bagged, on rails, v ictorian country loading station. Also HIGH-CRADE WHITE SALT, suitable for Butchers, Bakers, etc., at 45/- per ton. Samples and par ticulars as to freight rates, etc on application to— 'SALT,' ' Box 42, Stock Exchange, Melbourne. (When nnaiverinir. mention thla paper.)
MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1924. E. W. SPARKE reports: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924
MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1924. E. W. SPARKE reports: — Fat Cattle : About 1350 yarded, being a largo supply, made up of all olasseB from vealers to prime bullocks. There was a fair proportion of good to prime bullocks, rather more cows than usual, the balance consisting of steers heifors, and vealers. On the whole it was a good quality yarding. Thero was a good attendance of buyers, but the market opened at lower rates and continued so throughout sales, values be ing about £1 below those ruling last week. Best yards of bullocks made £10 15s to £12, prime £9 to £10 10s, good £7 to £8 10s. me dium from £5 10s. Bpst yarde of cows made £6 10s to £7 15s, good to £5 10s, me dium from £3. 1 sold: J. D. and C W. Hope. 25 blks to £10 16? avg £9 19s; Mrs. Bailey, 20 blks. to £9 3s 6d avg £9 2s 3d ; A. Peters, 19 cows to £7 lis avg £6 19a; 0. B. Alexander, 60 blks. to £10 Is a.vg £8 14s 8d, 14 hfrs. £4 12s 53; G. G. Cory, 36 steers to £5 18s 6d avg £5 lOs 6d ; - C. Worthington, 21 blks to £8 6s avg £...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924
rohu repairs guns. ! A NEW 22 CAL. REPEATING , , RIFLE made by the B.S.A. Company of Ens BROWNINC 22 REPEATING RIFLE, ft/lO™'™' tUbe maKttzlne. price A NEW WONDERFUL HWH-VELM.^ SHOT GUN SUPER X CARTRIDGE W ill kill those wise old ducks that B inrt'lii0 outsl?e the range of the other nrinn no03' w l kiu f0Xes at 70 yards; price, 12 gauge, 3ln,, 35/- per 100 8/9 per box; 2%in„ 32/6 per 100i 8/3 per 7/fpe2r bS? 10 gaUg°' 30/' Por 100' I Write for Latest Price List- and I SIL ROHU (latO A.I.F.), I .S^'°!sor l0.^' Graham & Sons, ! il» n r.L° H|6h Grade Firearms, [ HQs, eathurst street, Sydney. ^ b— — naa — MPammmmam^J
MAITLAND FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924
MAITLAND FAT STOCK SALES. HEATH BEOS, report, Monday, March 24th: Sheep : 4000 yarded. This was a much heav;er supply than u.'iui 1 . and comprised all classes. The market came back 2s to 3s from last day's extreme high rates and closed firm at quotations. Sales : Account Colin Baker, 100 xb and obk w h 30s 4d ; acct. W. Arnold, 85 xb w 36s i4d ; 1 do. 33s 4d;; 6 do. 29s 4tl ; account J. A. Nichollo, .53 m e 33s lOd, 22 xb e 30s 7d, 60 xb w 30s lOd; account Northern Agents, Tamworth,. 46 cbk e 26s Id. 34 m e 20s 7d 7 xb w h 29s 2d, 16 xb 1 17s 7d; account W. F. Buffier. 70 m w 39s lOd, 70 do. 39s Id, 70 do ,35a Id; 70 do. 31s Id, 85 do. 24s lOd, 7a do. 35s 4d, 54 do. 33s Id, 58 cbk w 33s Id; account T. McGrath, 92 m o 263 4d, 95 do 24s lOd, 65 xb b 3fs 7d, 67 do, 34s Id. 54 do. 28s 1(1, 82 m o 22ls 18 xb e 29s lOd. 53 do.. 27s Id, 56 26-j Id, 30 do. 22s Id, 9 lambs 23s 7d, 40 : 1 1 0 7-M 3d. ' . . Cattle: V300 y;- i Jed. This was another heavy supp.'v. The demand was not keen and pr...
DEATH OF MR. D. MACDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924
DEATH OF MR. D„ MACDONALD. The death on Monday last of Mr. Duncan Macdonald, who was born ten years following tlie beginning of the white settlement of the Shoalhaven dis- trict, removed a notable representative of the earliest pioneer stock of the South Coast, and one of the best known and most successful agriculturists for many years in southern farming com- munities. He was a native of Scotland, and came to Australia when a lad. For 70 years he followed farming pursuits on the Shoalhaven, having his home most of that long period on the area known, &nbsp; as Friday's Farm at Pyree, on the &nbsp; south side of the river, near Nowra. Mr. Macdonald was in his 92nd year; He leaves a widow, six daughters, and &nbsp; three sons. The daughters are Mrs. A. C. King (Croydon), Mrs. L. J. Allan (Corrimal), Mrs. Andrew Wilson (Cam- bewarra), Mrs. James Watts (Barrel- lan), Mrs. Robt. Bailie (Bomaderry ), and Mrs. W. Boag (Milton), and tlhe sons Messrs. Archibald, W. J....
Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
Wine?! combo, Carson, Ltd. GSLS, 33 hides averaging 3Slbs, at 5%d per lb. GSLSA, 18 avg 381b, 5%d GSMS, 5 avg 501b. 7%-1 GLMS, 34 avg 451b, r,%d SLS, 51 avg 31Tb, 4%d SLSA, 27 avg 381b, 5%d SMS, 8 avg 501b, 7%d 10 ave C7,b- 8%d LMS, 20 , avg 451b, 5%d 20 flty avg 321b, 4%d MCT, . 22 . cut avg 451b, 6%d ^^47 cut avg 341b, 4%d im tiy™' 31 avg 351b* 6%d* 64 avs BTS, 62 avg 441b, S%d; 10 avg 351b, 5%d; 135 avg 4ulb, 5%d; 24 cut avg 331b, 5d; 11 ZUtzavsJnb 4%d: 25 cut avg 441b 10d CU aVS 7%d' 5 avB 671b' 15 avg 461b, 6%d I1 avg 401b, 5%d; 11 avg 4Glb, 6%d; 10 avg 321b, 5%d SQ/A, 20 avg 441b, 6%d JB/K, 25 avg 641b, 8%d WSH, 21 1 avg 351b, 5%d; 55 avg 391b, 5%d; 441b, 6%d; 10 avg 501b, 8%d JS/H, 20 avg 321b, 5d JS and S/H, 16 avg 531b, 8%d a alty cut avg 351b, 4%d HCT, 6 cut avg 561b, 7%d C, 5 calf 8s 6d, CF, 123 calf flty 6s 6d: YF, 7 ylgs flty 4s 9d; Y, 0 ylgs 7s; CC, 57. calf cut 5s lid; C, 98 calf 6a 8d; CC, 5 calf cut 6s 8d; CM, 6 calf meaty 7s 5d; 90 meaty 8s 4d; BTS, 38 calf slty ?'...
SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
' SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, HARCH 28, 1S24. ? BALES WERE HELD BY THE SYDNEY WOOL SELLING BROKERS, viz.: — . ' AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE,. LAND' AND FINANCE CO.. ! r LTD.: CO-OPERATIVE WOOL aafi PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO.. LTD.; DALGETY AND CO.. LTD.; FARMERS' ANI - GRAZIERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO.. LTD.; GOLDS BROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.; PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.; SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD.; WINCHCOMBE CARSON. LTD. ; 8HEEP8KIN8, (501bs.) were %d to %d lower, and heavy weights %d to Id per lb. below late u 29 919 W6F6 forwflrd. rutcSi » - There was a full attendance of buyers -Calfskins were a little cheaper and -v.'.' and in consequence o£ tho short supply, yearlings without much change, competition was extremely keen and re :v cord prices were realised, the general ad- QUOTATIONS. van Co ranging irom %a to iu per io. 1 on ail descriptions. . ,»* ' '? ? ' ] ? QUOTATIONS. ] t', ' Per lb. Merino — d. d. ] ...
SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
SUN AND MOON. SUN. MOON. Rises. Sets. Bises. Sets. Day of Week. a.m. p.m. ' a.m. p.m. Tues, April 1 6.7 5.51 2.61 4.16 Wed., April 2 6.8 5.50 3.51 4.51 Thurs., April 3 6.9 5.48 4.47 5.24 Fri., April 4 6.9 5.47 5.45 5.58 Sat., April 5 6.10 5.46 6.40 6.30 Sun., April 6 6.11 5.44 7.35 7.4 Mon., April 7 6.12 5.43 8.30 7.40 New Moon : April 4 at 5.17 p.m. ? Full Moon: April 20, at 12.11 a.m.
Principal Averages [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
Principal Averages MoGoldrick Bios., 20 blks... 12 7 9 H. Duncomb, 20 blks. . . - 11 18 0 R. Tom kins, 11 blks. 11 13 8 R. H. Dangar, 10 blks. ... 11 14 6 R. Ross, 10 blks. . . 11 9 0 A. Smith, 20 blks. . . 11 8 0 L. Fitzgerald, 20 blks. . . 11 1 0 Jemalong Stn., 60 blks. . . 10 10 7 W. Clifford, 20 blks. . . 10 14 3 J. T. Thompson, 9 blks. .. 10 12 0 L. Boauforl, 19 blks. 10 7 4 D. Connelly, 10 blks. . . 8 19 3 A. C. Wilson, 12 blks. .. 8 19 u G. Fanner, 7 blks. .. 8 19 0 W. Cope, 12 blks. . . 7 10 7 T. Anderson, 12 blks. . . 7 10 0 C. Simpson, 6 blks. . . 7 10 0 Bungle Gully Stn., -21 blks. 9 0 10 R. Gilder, 20 blks. . . 9 0 6 Burra Burra Stn., 10 blks... 7 8 9 C. Mackinnon, 9 cows .. 9 17 9 N'iall Bros., 50 cows ..913 J. Meyers, 5 cows .. 7 18 0 P. Law, 10 cows . . 719 \ II. W. and R. J. Pye, 11 cows 8 5 1 J. Norvill, ]() cows .. 6 19 1 J. Mackay, 12 cows . . 0 17 9 J. Bird, 25 cows . . 6 14 6 F. AV. Gibson and Sons, Ltd., 10 cows . . 6 8 2 L, G. Crisp, 5 cows . . 6 9 0 H. H. Bor...
WEATHER REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
WEATHER REPORTS. ijus loiiowmg information is compiled from the weather bulletins issued by ttso i ,Sr „ r!Su.a eac 5 *no^ni2B? In tho baromoter' columns will be founu tbe reading corrected and brought down to sea-level of the barometers at that station ^ 9 v.a-,T- °n th0 mornings named. The ??thermometer' Is the reading of tho f y j .. £ e same time, while' 'weather' Is the weather ' observed at that time. The 'wind' column shows the direction of the wind and ita strength at 9 a.m. on the last day of the period. The final column shows tho height and movement either of the river at that particular town- or the state ^ of t he sea when the station is on the sea coast, for the last day of the period. H Barometer. | , ll ? Station. 1| Fri. j Sat. | Mon. | Wilcannia ' . . | 30.09 30.04 30.09 Broken Hill I — 30.04 29.95 Wentworth | 30.09 30.02 29.96 Bourke ? | 30.03 30.03 30.05 Cobar .... I — — — Walgett ? — — — Barwon River) | — — — Namol River|| — | — | — I Hay ...... || 29.97 | 29.94 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
' i ' ! ? 'i ' n i ' 'i i ''?'' 'I'm ' 'imh1 j* wiwiiiinniniM^S ™w S'w ' ' j! ' ?????? »»y- actuary differ little. By spoken w-Srd they will: 'however vary ? -/ ' ' ' a ^buyer's business to put a brake on prices. He' wants to purl ' i : V;;-, : '*? ? ' . y-feg| But a- seller's efforts are reverse in character. His duty is to j^tf3 bidding as high as possible, and the higher he can send it the , , . .That is'just where the work of a thoroughly competent salesman '?Vv:'. ' '?*V *'?V ' *8 invaluable.' Knowledge of his work and of the worth of the ,^/Tr'. ^sitio^to get^ulPresults13 seUmg' pute bifl client 'in a decidedly safe V /?' ''fake the right road to top values.. For Hom'ebush market— ; Wiischcombe, CaiKn .-Ltd.
Cotton Crops. On the Clarence. INSPECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
Cotton Crops On the Clarence. INSPECTOR'S REPORT. As the result of a visit of inspection to tho Clarence River district, Mr. H. t\enkolz, of the Department of Agri culture, gives some instructive notes on i. lie condition and prospects of the cot LOli ni'Anc Ihe crops, he says, have just ripened their first bolls, and have set most of the remaining crop. It is thus pos sible to get some idea of the yields that will be obtained. Generally speak ing, the crops are fair to good, but the high yields that were made on a few individual farms last seasoq, and which established sucli a reputation for the Clarence River, will not be repeated this year. THE AC A LA VARIETY. -Mr. R. C. Anderson, of Grafton, who lias probably made the record yield of ootton for Australia on a small plot last season (at th - rate of about 2400 .. ?' .-t-.-i - -? I., r. MTlMl , J - : lb. seed co&on^ ptr acre), has about '-'2 jicres of i-ure seed of the Acala variety, .which is being grown for the Depart f...
ARRAWATTA. MR. WEARNE TO CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
ARRAWATTA. MR. WEARNE TO CONTROL. At Wednesday's Cabinet meeting it was decided that the control of the Arrawatta Estate should remain in the hands of Mr. Wearne for -the time be ing, because he had .aythorougli know ledge of the position, .: and had dealt with the estate on 'behalf of the Gov ernment up to thei'prfisent time. The estate nas oeen leased by the Gov ernment as a training farm for Aus tralians and settlers ? from ? oversea.. Mr. Wearnej stated that the estate had placed ii)' the 'last Inverell' Show a very line- exhibit of vegetables and farming produce, : arid also cheese manufactured by the Arra'watta Cheese Factory. - There ^as ' accommodation on tlie estate for the hotfsin^: and feeding 'of 100 cows. The ch-J-ise -factory was sufficient in extent to take the milk from this number of cows, and con y3i|tr'it intrf cheese, fiwHWH-5 found a sale'Jin Inverbll? jis well^ as Newcastle. In fact, ^he ' demand was far greater - than thi stipply. ' ? APPROVED BiY- EXPERTS:1' ...
VALAIS SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
VALAIS SCORES. Probably no sire in Australia has met with such phenomenal success at the stud as has imported Valais. On Saturday last he was represented by th-5 winners, Valiant, Valiard, and Valamita, who all scored soundly. There was a lot of talk about Valais on bnturday evening, and there was considerable discussion as to what he was likely to bring at auction, for he is to be sold next month at the clear ing-out sale of Arrowfield Stud. Sonic guessers mentioned ten thousand pounds as the likely figure, but others named sums up to twenty thousand. There is big money in a stallion such as Valais has proved himself' to be, and breeders are bound to show their appreciation of the fact when this phen omenal sire is put under the hammer. Valais is a big chestnut horse of ex cellent quality, and was imported by his present owners, Messrs. W. and F. A. Moses, in 1919. He was foaled in 1913 'and was got by Cicero from Lily of the Valley, by Martagon from Hamptonia, by Hampton from Fero...
HORSE TALK ROSEHILL RACES CLASS HORSES ENGAGED Favorites Do Well [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924
ww mmjwmw i«.»BW'T'i|M.'fU'l*nBB-w«**fTmTiii«iiinnn«fiir—pr»-H ? t frirriTitiinji trim minium nin»mi nuft ®H®KSE TMJCII % s (By 'Menigang') Ipllll ?'i innuiiu! i no an hi Hum miiUii. ^.'win^TTViiTw.im'i^rstfnTr'TTgpataCTnwi^miyi. ROSEHILL RACES ?Jj* CLASS HORSES ENGAGED ? ; \ Favorites Do Well It would be .hard to imagine- a love lier afternoon than that (rf Saturday last, and those who went to Rosehill had a very pleasant outing. Owing to the recent heavy rains, the track was not fast, as it was a tritS© dead. All the same, it was good enough to allow most af the favorites to perform up, to expectations, and so the majority of backers had a good time. This was surely a reflection from the old days, when bookmakers counted RosehilL their worst course. Some of them declined to bet there. Then fav orites mostly won. Perhaps, too, those who had good things waited for a go on this most reliable of suburban courses. The feature of Saturday's meeting was the success of Valais' stock. Seve...