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Sydney Wool Sales The Clearing-up Auctions [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

[?] The Clemimg-up Auctions , The elearing-up auctions were opened Iu Sydney yesterday. Catalogues were of ja clearing- up character, and included- a big proportion of crutcliings and oddments of clips. Some nice lines of autuum-sborn wools were, however, included. Tbe Sydney Wool Selling Brokers report:— Good competition ruled and values generally were firm at the closing rates of the previous series. There was a strong demand for crutchings and lambs' wool, tbe latter description showing a hardening tendency. Yorkshire and Continental buyers were most active. N.Z.L. & M.A. Co., Hfl. GREASY. BLAIR/NEW ENGLAND (Bendemeer), w 9 at 31Vid TROWAN (Coonabarabran), aaw 5 at 30d _? WBS/JMR (Coonabarabran), 1st broken f 5 at 29%d OM/JUNEE (Coonabarabran), aaa com 5 at 28Wd D BROS. /SOUTH /M OGON G (Cowra), 1st wo 13 at 33d, ?; and w 7 at 31d, 1st and 2nd ewli 7 at 29d DD (AVarren). ac pes 21 at 13', id, c pes 16 at 9'Ad, 1st lma 11 at 18'/jd, 2nd lma 10 at 13y4d F (Blandford), weh U...

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

SITOAYiOEgS -.WAKTEOl Open for BassgomcDfc: Eiaergofcic Man (46j! married, no children, thorough Know ledge station Management, valuation,, improvements, fawning; haodlo any one-man proposition; city work pre ferred; would ucospt any rospocaiblo proposition. Apply : '791,' o/o this offlco. STATION BOOK-KEEFPR and STORE KEEPER desires engagement. 5 yearn .. last position; life-long station espeti. . / enoe. Exqoilont rofe, from employers / . and paBtoralists. Reply, 'BOOK-' KEEPER,' c/o this ofTice. STATION MANAGER disengaged, aged 1 28, requires position Manager Cattle Stn.; j life experience buy and sell; go any where. Mountain country preferred. Best of refa. V^-THOS,' c/o this offlco. '? Exp. JACKEROO, good refs., desires employ, meut on Station ' or Small Property. Apply 'TOILER,' c/o this office. ? SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED: A LIVE STOCK SALES MAN. A PROGRESSIVE QUEENSLAND AOENCT COMPANY REQUIRES the services of a thoroughly competent LIVE STOCK SALESMAN and BRANCH MANAGES. You...

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

. — -I , , — ? ? — ; ? r ? '? sTO«; a siafiii j T N THE WHEAT'CROWINC ZONE. 714 AOEJ3S, O.P. (15/- Acre to make Free hold). 7/8 miles rail. Mostly myall and eaitbuab,, balance box, yarran, oak, etc. Very little clearing required. Well im ? proved. Boundary netted. PRICE: 55/-. Prqecnt title. Terms: £500 Cash, balance over 6 years at 614 per cent. Very old age reason, for selling. POT!,' SON and B ABBEY, LTD., Sydney. ^ GRAZIER'S OPPORTUNITY. 1414 ACRES. FREEHOLD. On main Soutli. era Line. Handy to Wagga. Bail-way elding against the Property. Buildings, in. cludo two cottages of 4 rooms each, sheds, etc. Boundary fenced and wire-netted, and property ie subdivided into 6 paddockB, by wire-netted fencing. 600 acres cleared for ? the plough. Permanent water Bupply. The country is first-class healthy grusiing land. PRICE: £4' PEE AOEE. Good Terms can be arranged, loll particulars of tlio above Property ?will be forwarded on application. | H. 0. BOX, Stock and Station Agent, Wagga Wagga. ...

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

THAT LEVY. At tlie conference of the Primary Pro ducers' Union Kxecutive, .^1 r . J. B. Cnunsie, Chairman of the Australian Meat Council, attended by invitation, and explained tlie proposed Meat In dustry Encouragement Bill and the work of the Council. It was resolved to approve the i re posed legislation, and to urge the Gov ernment to expedite the passing of the Bill.

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'POSSUMS AND BEARS. PROTECTION IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

'POSSUMS AND BEARS. PROTECTION IN QUEENSLAND. ? The Queensland Government has de cided that there will be_no open sea son for opossums or native bears this year. The Acting Premier (Mr. Gillies) said that opossums were in danger of extinc tion in many parts of the State where Formerly they were very numerous. In 1922 over 1,0()0,0(XJ opossum skins ivere sold in the markets of the State. In 1303 the number was 1,200,000. In [iddition there must have been killed hundreds of thousands of young ones, tlie skins of which had no commercial value. In a few isolated districts opossums still were fairly numerous. Reports of officers in favour of the. Further protection of native bears were 3ven more unanimous.

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PASTURES AND STOCK. COOMA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

PASTURES AND STOCK. COOMA DISTRICT. Mr. H. M. Blomfiekl; Stock Inspec tor, Cooma, reports : February had been a very stormy month, and grass and herbage was green and. plentiful on alJ holdings. „ Stock are all in excellent condition and fattening, aud consignments had commenced to go forward to the Syd ney markets. Flies amongst ?early shorn sheep, tind unshorn lambs, are Kuuuicaunic, Nearly all the sheep in the district had been well dipped, and no cases of lice or tick infested sheep noticed. Rabbits were decreasing on holdings netted and being dug out, but on coun try only poisoned and trapped were breeding up again, trappers had com menced working again, and the pest during the winter would be temporar ily reauced;n*-' ? ?- .. * The Pv_^(']^^r14,,We.,ff.9n}^uy}g.:.th^,, work of improving the reserves by fencins-saiifl ^destiFoyingiAhe rflfebit^.i.-and,. . Owners throughout the district are stock! iffg ' iiji, 'hnd both'' ' sheep and cattle of good quality are realising very hig...

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Agricultural and Pastoral Shows [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

Agricultural aiasl Pastoral ' Shows (Tiie Editor will be obliged if socretariea of Agricultural and o'thor shows will for ward the dates of their shows, which wo publish free of charge. We are particu larly anxious to keep our list of fixtures correct and up-to-date. We would, there fore, bo obliged if tho Secretaries of those shows listed below without the names would send in their names. The names are attached to the date and district when we know it, but many Associations do not add tho names of their secretaries. The 'Sydney Stock and Station Journal' cir culates largely in this and the other States, and, therefore, is an excellent medium for publication of advertisements for agricul tural and pastoral ahowa.) 0 1924. APRIL. 4.5.— Blaclctown ; J. McMurtrie. 9-11.— Muswellbi;ook ; R. C. Sawkins. 14-23.— E.A.S., Sydney; H. M. Somor. 30, May 1, 2.— Batbur3t; N. B. Richardson. . MAY 1-3.— Hawkesbury (Richmond). 7-8.— Dubbo; Fred. Weston. 12-13.— Coonamble; J. Wilton. 22-23. — Narrom...

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Colonel Rutledge, M.L.A. TEMPORARY RETIREMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

Colonel Rutledge, M.L.A. TEMPORARY RETIREMENT. Colonel Rutledge, who has done good ' work in Parliament, and has proved himself an able advocate of country in terests, will not be a candidate at the nest elections. At a meeting of the Goulburn Elec torate Council of tlie Progressive Party Colonel T. P. Rutledge, M.L.A., an nounced that, owing to pressure of pri vate aitairs, lie would not be a candi date at tlie next State elections. He intended to leave shortly on a trip to England, and would be away for about twelve months. He stated that ho did not intend to withdraw from polities altogether-, and might again be a candidate at a future daie. Great regret was expressed at his re tirement, and a vote of appreciation, to which members spoke ill eulogistic terms, was carried )-y acclamation. The meeting resolved to endorse the candidature of Mr, Adam Singer, a pro minent Goulburn grazier, and Mr. W. W. Hedges, of Oooma, who have al ready expressed their intention erf con testing a se...

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Sydney Show RECORD GATE LIKELY. EXCELLENT PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

Sydney Show j ? # ? RECORD GATE LIKELY. EXCELLENT PROSPECTS, 'If we do not have a record gate atff-i. the Show this year, I shall be wry much surprised,' said Sir Samuel Hor dern on Friday, at a luncheon tendered to him by the Council of the Royal Agricultural Society on the eve of his departure for Europe. For years to come, he went on, the -uilding programme of the Society vould be on a much smaller scale than n tlie past. They had reached finality is regard big buildings, and had now o make the show more and more at tractive to the public while at tho sam-* Jij^e-fetlucin^ J&eiti the ?arious institutions wfiicn Iia-i provided ;he'inoney for their new construction ivork. Since 1914. the Society had. -eon pushed ahead by the growing pros icrity of the State' in general, until .his jear its revehu^' ^Wmld bfe about 383, VyO,1 ' igruttiid' tints' forH ibouf £40,000, and gate' mciiie^' 'for -35, 000. This was a wonderful re 'emie to be drawn from a Show which ?an for nine days...

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DEFENCE AUSTRALIA AND THE EMPIRE. MR. BRUCE'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

DEFENCE AUSTRALIA AND THE EMPIRE. MR. BRUCE'S STATEMENT. ? - — Australian Defenco was touched on by the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) in the course of his speech at the meeting of Parliament on Thursday. Mr. Bruce argued that from his ex perience of the last few months he was inclined to think that at the present moment the difficulty of direct repre sentation of the Australian Government in Britain in regard to questions of foreign affairs was incomprehensible. NAVAL POWER. .J 'At the conference,' continued Mr. Bruce, 'I; indicated.. 6leaJ-ly tralia desired -to co-operaate with the ? i othet, parts ..of. the Empire, in measures for the mutual protection of all parts. Particularly in regard to naval defence d,id I stress this point. I showed that ] We ^l^dep.ended.j o^ ..th^.jjowe.r of the .limpire',as' a w'Kolej'.W' en&iire! '^g', in-' tegrity of every part, and to safeguard i the great ocean trade routes, upon ; which our very lives depend. 'It is not surprising that no defin...

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The Fleet and the Country [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

The Fleet and the 8 Country The appccii of Mr. J. W. A lien, Gen. Sec. of the Graziers' Association, to graziers to offer hospitality in the coun try to officers and midshipmen : of the visiting British Fleet, has met wilh a gratifying response. Over thirty graziers luive offer ed hospitality, providing for about sixty guests. All sorts of entertainments, including kangaroo shooting and motor trips, are offered. Mr. Allen states that many graziers regretted that, owing to various difficulties, they were unable to offer hospitality , He expects further replies, and uill be more particularly pleused to hear from graziers closer in. Owing to the time limit the visit tors will not be able to go very f'' far afield Mr. Alien is com- jj mumcating with the Premier the ® result of the ap'peal, and ar rangements will be announced \ in due course. .

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RUSSIA AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

RUSSIA AND AUSTRALIA. Recognition by Soviet Russia of the foreign debt an'd the cessation of all Bolshevik propaganda in Australia, are fundamental conditions of the recogni tion of the present Russian regime by the Commonwealth. Mr. Bruce made this clear in the House of Representatives, in reply toilj a question by Mr. Whitsitt (TasJ, wiio inquired whether repudiation of the war debts by Russia, was to be con nived at by Australia. '

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

D@ Meric's Fly-Blow Dressing; * A drum of this standard preparation I U I iMi FQ) /ft\ aw.ie.ite - a .I ' jyo fB IV ''T'- ' nLc' J- U -ti LLJy J? DE MERIC, LTD., Sydney. Stock Salt jjKL-*-'' . LET OS QUOTE YOU McC^sliocla Car^yl^gl Co. - - Allmry HENDERSON'S WH1F8 ARE THE ©EST They Look better, Fall better, Wear better. T. HENDERSON AND SONS, WHIPMAKERS, ? ? 313 George Street, Sydney. ? LiWE STOCK, m SIMM ON STOCK. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AGAINST DEATH PROM ANY CAUSE AND ACCIDENT. TIME RISKS FOR ANY PERIOD UP TO TWELVE MONTHS. ' MARINE TRANSIT, FOALING, CASTRATION RISKS ARE ALSO COVERED. POLICY CONDITIONS AND PREMIUM BEST AVAILABLE. Fall particulars available from — ? ? AND COMPANY, LTD., PI I (Near Cattle Ring), JrEILiJ WJiis5 ii Or IE BENT ST., SYDNEY.

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

'V * 1 ? ? . . ? ? . ' ? Cwmtqi .^ife atti Utorft Eiib * Station journal PUBLISHES ON TUCCOAV8 AND FRIDAYS. 1? CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY. ; Telephone No. B5334. Subscription (paid In iadvanoc) ? ? ...... .tB/- por annum. ? (Ifookcrd) ? ? 17/6,, ii Foreign , ,, ....................... .. .......... .... £1 » ?- Advertising .Rates on . Application. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1924.

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SKIN WOOL ACTION HISTORY SUMMARISED Judgment Very Satisfactory [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

SICIM :W00E AGTI0M :.ei ± ? ' I , HISTORY SUMMARISED I Judgment Very Satisfactory j Bawra (Melbourne) ' has issued the following statement The Skin Wool Action, which has now been decided 4n favour of the Commonwealth of Aus tralia Central Wool Committee, arose out of the operations of the Imperial Wool Purchase Scheme covering por tion of the Australian Wool CliD for the wool season 1916-1917, and the com plete seasons 1917-1918, 1918-1919, and 1919-1920. ? One of the terms of that purchase was that the Imperial ©Government would share equally with the Common wealth Government any profits made on the re-sale of wool not required by the Imperial Government fortf naval and military purposes. The Commonwealth Government announced that it did not intend to retain for its own purposes any such profits, but would hand them to the woolgrowers. DECISION IN 1918. During the first two wool seasons no distinction was made by the Central Wool Committee between the suppliers of shorn wool and t...

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Mr. J. P. Osborne and the "Guardian"—Meat Industry Experts [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

Mr. J. P. Osborne and the 'Guardian' — Meat Industry Experts WE NEVES knew there were so many authorities oil the Australian rueat industry. The controversy over the Metropolitan Meat Board appointments and the Australian Meat Council levy, has opened our eyes I Meat experts and authorities are as plentiful, it seems, as blackberries on , the South Coast ^ Readsrs are probably aware that the 'Guardian' has set itself up as an authority on the meat industry. The Australian Meat Council is anathema to it. We wondered where the 'Guardian' was getting its 'facts' and opinions— they were so original! Now we read tK^ in a 'Guardian' leader : 'Prom the facts supplied to the 'Guardian' by Mr. J. P. Osborne, a member of the Meat Board, it may be seen that N.S.W. cattle-raisers and dairymen can expec-t nothing from Mr. J. B. Oramsle's scheme for a Meat Council — which could more fitly be called a *Meat Trust.' Now we know! Mr. Osborne, wfco is the consumers' representative on tie Metropolitan...

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The Progressives LEADER'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

The Progressives LEADER'S STATEMENT. Mr. Bruxner, M.L.A., at Wagcra stated that the Progressive Party was attacked by political opponents on the grounds that it could never be strong enough to form u Government Mr Bruxner said that this certainly was so, but was not their fault. This was due to the system which operated centralisation naa been carried on to such an oxtent that the great prepond erance of population was in the cities. 'We must accept the situation as it exists,' he added, 'and preserve ovir separate entity and fight for a better deal ..for 'the minority. Much as we regret the small voice the country has in the affairs of the State, we still can not but feel that if we preserve unity throughout the country, we will be able to offer such a bold front that a more equitable distribution of Government attention' will be secured.'

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RABBITS NORTH COAST MENACE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 1 April 1924

RABBITS NORTH COASV MENACE. 'ihe Annual Conference of the Execu tive of the Primary Producers' Union discussed the rabbit menace on the North Coast, on a motion from the Tweed. It was resolved to ask the Minister for Agriculture that power be given a boai'd to levy a tax on owners of stock and land for the erection of a rabbit proof fence from the waters of the Rich mond to the Queensland border^ At a later stage, Mr. F. H. Bartlott reported that the committee appointed had interviewed tho Minister for Agri culture in connection with the proposed levy on land or stock for the purpose of establishing a rabbit board in the Tweed-Lismor© district. Tho Minister had promised 'to include tbe matter in' amending legislation con cerning the P.P. Act, if the Tweed Lismore board made application for same.

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The Essentials [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

The Essentials We cannot always have 'Burning questions' to discuss. But some of the questions that are not 'burning' are perhaps even more important to the interest of the country. The trouble is to get members to see them ' as such. Probably the local secretary or the local chairman can do much by en deavoring to put on a business paper for each meeting something likely to appeal to members. The first essential Is to get members to attend. After that, you want to get them to take part in the discussions. The member who joins in the discussion be comes more interested in the work, and he; Reel's that He counts for. something. One can talk too much, of course, but the trouble with many members of the Producers' Associations is that they do not talk at all. Sometimes you will hear people say that such and such a man has too much to say. Rzotebiy the man they are referring to is going out of his way to help in the way of organisation, at much inconvenience, and even expense, to . hims...

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Enlist the Younger Men [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Enlist the Younger Men Then again much good can be done by attracting the younger men. . You cannot do much without enthusiasm, and' the main place to look for enthu siasm is in the hearts of the younger men. The world is mostly before them, and their big fight is still to come. It was the younger men that gave the Labor Party its great push forward. They had the enthusiasm, they work ed hard, they were constantly active, their interest was as keen1 as mustard, and so the Movement succeeded. In the days when the Labor Party was at its height, its enthusiasm was in con trast with the prevailing feeling in other parties. The Labor Movement then was alive, thrilling. In the country, the sons of farmers and graziers, and the younger men generally, should be encouraged to at tend the meetings and to express them selves. In this way much more en thusiasm wo&ld be created. The younger men are the hope of the future. The old men are getting past it — their day is mostly done. Their ...

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