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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

HOTEL GKOSV'ENOR SIDI'EI HAS AN ATMOSPHERE OF REFINEMENT AND A RE PUTATION FOR HOMELY COMFORT, EXCELLENT (7UISINE AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION. Imilusivo Tariff, to/- per day. Telegrams: CUVB M, CHATEAU 'GRQVENOR, SYDNEY.' Manager.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Catarrh in poultry. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

Datarrtj iu poultry. Catarrh is a form of cold that is quite common among fowls, and may be caused by dampness, draughts of air, or exposure to cold. It is indi cated by a watery discharge at tho nostrils, which later becomes more viscid. ' Remove the cause, keep the birds tairiy warm, and give tnem pienty or easiiy-digeated fooa. The injection of kerosene into the nostrils is also bene ficial. This may be done with a small syringe, a medicine , dropper, or a small oil can. If catarrh has be come confirmed, the nostrils and throat should be cleansed with hydro gen peroxide and equal parts of water seyeral times daily, and the nostrils greased with vaseline. Nests for tho Layers. Every poultry-house should be well supplied with nests, which are easily accessible, and readily removable for cleaning and disinfecting purposes. There are many methods of arrang ing nests, each method having some particular advantage over all others. The nests may in some instances be placed under the fron...

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 — 1 April 1924

, WILLIAMINA A. OGG 5 per cent Commission will be charged on all orders during Sale Time. Orders booked , for French hand-made under clothing. Trousseau work a specialty. Box 1231, 6. P.O., Sycinoy.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Evils of Overcrowding. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

'The Evils of Overcrowding. . . Overcrowding is the father of a peck 'jof troubles. Overcrowding makes 'over-fat liens, and over-fat hens lay 'soft-shelled eggs, and the egg-eating habit follows. Overcrowded flocks, 'will roost closely together at night, ^iuul sweat, leaving tliqm in a weaken ed condition, resulting in sickness. 11 Overcrowding also produces idlers. J1dle hens become mischievous hens, h'and the disgusting vice of feather pull 'ing is the result. Better results in *'both health and egg-production come ' from flocks that have plenty of 'elbow l't^om.'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Women In Country And City Branch of Country Women's Association Formed at Spring Ridge [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

W©meii Isn 'Asudl ; (Conducted hy Mrs, E. : 1M» Irvine,)- ? . Branch of Country Women's Association Formed at , Spring Ridge ; A correspondent writes : — „ The ladies of Spring Ridge and dis trict rose to the occasion last Saturday ?weGky to attend a meeting con vened by Mrs. MacVean, that energetio and eathuaastic worker for every gooci cause and its furtherance in the dis trict und for its 'people. The object of .the. meeting was toform a branch at : Spring Ridge pf tho Country Women's Association — that association that, is so much needed in all small country towns to make life more pleasant and tolerable for those living in Isolated country places, deprived of the plea sures and luxuries of the city. In a brief half hour the branch was formed, with an enrolment of 40 mem bers, and many more promised. Mrs. McVean was unanimously elected Pre sident; Mesdames Carter and F. C. Darby., Vice-Presidents; -Miss Winnie Darby, Treasurer; Miss Katie Crothers, Secretary; and a strong and en...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POULTRY Progressive Poultry Culture Columbian Wyandottes. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

\F r S 1 s ^himku^y \- &s%z j - Progressive Poultry Culture » l iffi- . . ii (By 'Dachtamj.') | - Cotenbian WyanSottoa. One enthusiastic breeder of Colum bian Wyandottes us^d to advertise them as the '100 per cent useful fowl.' We have watched with linked interest the development of this Keed. The last few years have seen a big advance in our shows with quite a big following. The breed has made good, and we are ready to agree with the man who says they are 100 per cent useful. Ab egg-producefs they can hold their own with anything. Four of the finest show pallets I ever saw averaged 218 ? eggs each in twelve months. A Rand wick fancier says the laying of his little stud last winter was re markable. He never picked up less than a dozen eggs, and all told he never , had more than 30 birds in his yard. In England they have some splendid records. L. H. Wace, the foremost ? breeder in England/ has been a most ' consistent trapnester, and at Harper :-Adams Laying Competition carri...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Duri ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

Duri ANNUAL MEETING. Tho annual meeting of the Duri branch was hold on 4th March, when the Annual Report was read by the Sec. The following officers were duly elected for ensuing year,— President, Mrs. E. A. Barnes (re ? elected) j Vice-Presidents, Mrs. C. Luckett (re-eteoted), Mrs. J, Partlin; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. P. , Page,: -'Milton,' Duri. The - attendance was rather small, - ?owing to a number of members being absent on holidays so most of the gene ral business was left till April meet ing. , It is doubtful whether thia branch will bo able to send a delegate to ? conference, as none of our members seem to think it will impossible for them to get away. During the year a number of enjoy able social functions were held, includ ing a social in aid of local funds, and ? Seaside Home, dance in aid of Diggers fund, assistance rendered to committee for Tamworth Hospital Ball, held at Duri. , , ' A farewell evening and presentation was also tendered to several members, who...

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 — 1 April 1924

COLBMBfAN WYNDOTTES THE MOST BEAUTIFUL OF ALL FOWLS— WONDERFUL LAYERS AND GRAND TABLE FOWLS. 1 I have the greatest strain of this ,, breed ever bred or landed in Australia. ' 1 have Imported my stock from' the best '? studs in America and England. Birds j that have won at Madison 'Square Garden Show, the greatest poultry show in the world, and- from England's greatest lay ing stud. Nothing better to be had. Write me for particulars. Correspond ence is a pleasure. F. OWEN FRENCH, 92a Pitt St., SYDNEY. ,

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Country Woman Her Interests and Association [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

The Country Woman ' Her Interests and Association ' .... 'T MOTTO J— Loyalty to tha Throno, Sorvico to tho country through Country women, for Oountry Woman, By Country Women. (be.d us your views — wo will give you ours. — Ed.)

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 — 1 April 1924

SKINS. HIDES, T&LLW, Etc. ' SALES HELD AT REGULAR INTERVALS 8 \ Highest Market ¥alM@© natures Liberal .-Advances If -RequlrecB ? OBHD to DULSETT It COHPAtiy, LIS., Spines? DALGETY'S WISEKIiY REVIEW CONTAINING LATEST MARKET REPORTS UAtult POSTED B'RBS OK APPLICATION. HI If* you have any Rabbit Skins to sell— ? — ' Tfeipk.ef 1 ? ?I SCHUTE, SELL 8s CO.. LTD.' fa THEY WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR GO. ] ? ^ 1 1 ^ CliiceS' 14 Bridge Street, 5ydDty |

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 — 1 April 1924

Further Reductions IN GALVANISED WIRE NETTING. Per mile. A. B. 42 x l*i— 17 ? £53 15 0 £48 0 0 42 x llA — 18 .... 41 10 0 38 15 0 42 X 1%— 17 ? 46 5 0 41 2 6 42 X lMs— 18 ? 35 17 6 32 10 6 it x 1%— 17 ? 46 5 0 416 0 Zt X 1J4—18 ? 35 7 6 33 0 0 36 x lMs— 17 ? 39 7 6 35 2 6 38 x 1%— 18 ? 30 15 0 28 0 0 Special quote for & miles and over. Also, Marsupial and other Nettings. BARB WIRES— 4 point, close set. 12 12% 14 14S About 450 060 700 &3U yds in 1 cwt. 28/- 29/- 29/6 31/- per cwt. BLACK FENCING WIRE. 8 10 12 Black £17/5/- £18/5/- £19/10/- ton.. Qalvd. £19/10/- £20/10/- £22/5/- ton HIGH TENSILE. 12% 10x12 12x14 Galvd. £g3 /- £44/-/- £47/-/- ton &9G GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON. In cases of about 10 cwt. 6 7 8 9 10ft. lengths. Orb. £31/5/- £31/15/- £32/5/- ton Crown £30/15/- £31/5/- £31/15/- ton English £29/-/- £29/10/- £30/-/- ton Lower Prices for Galvanised Gutter, Ridg ing, Doors, Sashes, Paints, Oils, Whlte teacl, Oils for Machinery and Farm. Portland Cement, ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boiled Down [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

1 ? ? Bailed Down | The A.L.P. Annual Conference will ? open on Good Friday. So far, tlie Archbishop of Sydney has not pro tested. Sydney will have two Shows at Easter : The R.A.S. and the A.L.P. One will be a more than lair {show, and the other is likely to be a bear Show. The Industrial Christian Fellowship, which has delegates to the A.L.P., is protesting against the opening of the Conference 011 Good Friday. But isn't the A.L.P. Christian ? Perhaps the Industrial Christian Fel lowship aims at sending Missionaries to the A.L.P. The Missionary habit just now is prevalent. « » » « Mr. Ramsay MacDouald has been de puted to talk like a father to the Prince cjf Wales. We feel sure it will be a labour of love. The Prince is to be asked to take a tumble to his tumbles. History repeats itself : Hero is the Prince of Wales (you might imagine) yelling: 'My Kingdom For a Horse!' The Prince is to be asked to cut out steeplechase riding but the hunting field will be open to him. It might lie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

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Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Boiled Down. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

j Boiled D&wm i World flight, To put a girdle round the Earth In record time. America and England are both at it. They don't circumnavigate our half of the sphere. They keen up north, where the big continents are. We are in the waste of waters. That's why the Singapore base in terested us particularly. The ships that were to keep the naughty boys out of our orange or- ? chards, ' Were to be stationed there. But now it seems they aren't. What about keeping them up at the top end of West Australia? We have 110 base, Australians, But an Australian ' Base would be popular If these blessed flying machines don't ? put ships. out of fashion. $ 0 Gold 111 Gold made Australia in 1851. It gave us another boost in the nineties. Two or thr^e times since' then it has showed up. But never in sens&tional quantities. No Golden Miles of it. Just enough to show that there is some left in the box. Ardlethan is the latest to run ud the 'red flag.' Payable gold 1 Well — we'll see. I beli...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Roster of Forthcoming Produce Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, April 2, at 9.30 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

Roster of Forthcoming P^uce^ Sales B V it ii ! X x 1 tIS ' //.*- J 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, ...April .2. at 9.30 a.m.) 1. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD. 2. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 3. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 4. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. 5. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY CO.. LTD. 6. F. and G. C. G. I. A. CO. LTD. . 7. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO. LTD. 8 PITT. SON AND BADGERY, LTD. '9! DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 10. AUSTRALIAN. MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE CO.. LTD 11. GEORGE H. MOXHAM AND CO. MARSUPIAL SKINS, ETC. (Wed nesday, April 2, at 9.30 a.m.) 1. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD. 2. PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD. 3. DALGETY AND CO . LTD. 4. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. 5. GEORGE H. MOXHAM AND CO. 6. GOLDSBROUCH, MORT AND CO.. LTD. 7. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO.. LTD. 8. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 9. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. 10. NEW ZEALAND LOAN and MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. 11. F. & G. C. G...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

I Farmers & Graziers Co-operative Co. I I LEADERS IN SELLING OF BUTCHERS' AND STATION PRODUCE j : at B | Great care in weighing. Goods displayed to best advantage. § RS 5-' g ' ? Mill ? ? . | | 8' ? '1 OUR SALESMEN HAVE SPENT A LIFE-TIME IN THE BUSINESS AND § | through this experience are in a position to | ; I ALWAYS OBTAIN FULL RULING VALUES f B' ' Which is a big consideration to sellers. 'B- 'I Consign | ' I ' FARMERS ft GRAZIERS ' 8 ^BiBaBBBMgBiBBBiBaBSaiiaSatiBBBaEesaaBBBaBBBgBaBSBBBiHBaflaBBBflaaBaiflaaEaBBagBiBBBaaaBBilHBHaBaatgniiiaaaBiiHai^nfiminwBgMBygaii^

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

CATTLE. About 2200 yarded. Quality medium. Market 10s to los better for good to prime and without quotable change for others. There were 2100 cattle listed for sale from 104 owners, and although some consignments did not arrive, extra and unadvised lots brought the total yard ing, including about 227 from Queens land, to 2198. The offering was mixed and included all. descriptions of veal an/d beef, from calves, old dairy cows, stags and bulls, to prime mediuni weightj bullocks and odd prime cows and heifers. The general quality, how ever, did not compaa-e favourably with Thursday's offering. Really prime heavy cattle were not noted, and al though there was a fair showing of prime, light medium-weight bullocks, steers, cows and heifers, medium to plain sorts made a larger proportion of the supply than of late. Rough to poor cattle were also more in evidence com paratively. There was. a large attendance of buy ers and the proportion of good to prime cattle proveid insufficient for req...

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 — 1 April 1924

THE 'BEENIE' s,^ : PATENT Ibv SECURE frSffitoV. efficient HORSE RUG jjw{ AS USED ON 'KIN LARK' vK. OWNED BY H.R.H. THE *V PRINCE OF WALES. Af \ Made ot Thompson's Super 5fl White Bleached Canvas (not Cotton Duck) and lined with XsjJ good warm 'Wool Collar Check. uft. 3in. 5ft. Gin. 5ft. 9in. 6ft. 6ft. 64n. 45/6 46/6 48/6 50/- 53/. \vJT Measured along the bottom edge. wa ?V^»r Add 2/9 per rug tor freight or postage and If we pay less we will refund difference. We also stock The 'Eureka ff*^rtwta Patent Horse Rug. Hlnd-le g— Strap, Rugs, and Cross- M yjm I Belly Strap Rugs, in several qualities and prices. WrLto tor full Rug Price List, and samples of canvas used. jail 'K'biirra'' Stock Whips tbrousb and' full of life. I C^(M/wHlPSCo PoBt^ Free lor Casii with § Thongs— 6ft. 7ft. Eft. 9ft. HSB&S lo irojrl) 12-plait 17/- WO 22/6 24/6 16.plalt, ' 1^6; 27-5ait, 18/6; 16-plait — 19/- 22/- 25/- 28/- 32-plait) 21/6; If for Mt. thongs 20 -plait — 23/6 27/- 31/- 35V ' prices are l/€ me...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SOME OF THE SALES SHEER [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

;? SOME OF THE SALES |j CUCCD ? W. . - A glance through the details' of the following sales, which were taken : here and there, will give a good Idea as to fluctuations at Homebush : particularly tho cattle market', -In which values showed even mor^ : irregularity than usual. : A pen, of wethers, late shorn, nice even line of trade mutton, averaging : about 48 lbs., skin to 9/6; price 31/3. . 3 Pen wethers, full-mouthed, prime condition, about 56 lbs., early shorn, ; skin to 16/-; price 37i2. 5 Pen wethers, about £0 lbs., s-kln bit burry, early shorn, skin to 10/6 ; : price 34/ 10. : Pen ewes, full-mouthed, some broken, good store condition; skin to 8/6; s price 20/9. ! ? Pen ewes, full mouthed, good trade- mutton, about 45 lbs., skin to 11/-; s price 28/7. \ Pen ewes, odd comebacks, good to prime, about 53 lbs., skin to 12/-; jj price 32/10. S Pen crossbred ewes, prime and heavy, real good sorts, and even; ekln to g 13/6; about 54 lbs.; price 34/-. ' ; Pen crossbred ewes, prime and...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

I'1' 'r ? ''' ? ? ? ilium n iii,n iuMuu,«jafinmin iiwJiVi ? ? ? ? iiiiiiuu'iiuiiiiiiiwrviii ? ? ? ? 1 1 laMuiMjK/qu^MBnpraCTTi^.afeBam^ -..-.m »„? j.-. ?; ^ ? ? TO — .: IPII KMllM 11? 4^1 PiMP^r- US1^3 i .? J' MLIiiilillip HiSii kiiJ jsilowlMKlfg ^5:2? ' _? I highest market yalucs. I WOOL, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL ? ? ^ ? 1 J '- * promptreyurms.-^^ SKINS, SHEEP SKINS. BARK, HIDES, VESTS'. S^SSfSBSSi ? ' - 1 ? ? ; ? '. ,'; I TALLOW, HAIR, BOWES, GsAlN, Etc. I -Accnmr «. Baag»- I I K. d© L* dJPMQRE, Maoagar. Csarespgadcaca Ignited. ? Agents for Weatera Assumnce'Co.— Fire cusd Maria®

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