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MANGE IN DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

MANCE JN DOCS. Working dogs at times are liablo to attacks of mange ; and whetf so at tacked become an eyesore and a nuis ance to everyone round them, besidos passing it on to their progeny if it is allowed to liecome chronic. There ai'e two sorts of maiiiie — external and in ternal. The external sort is common j or black mange and is caused by lack of sulphur in the blood. Whens this occurs, a tiny parasite attacks the skin , causing the hair to fall out and the. ski it vessels to close up; a certain amount of toxic acid accumulates in them, preventing fresh hair from growing. (Tlie skin is not porous like that of human beings or horses; a dog 'sweats,' i.e., relieves its body of excess of heat, through its tongue, tho same as a bullock). The cure in this case is, of course, sulphur; and the best way to administer it is to mix up sulphur and lard into a stiff paste ; rub the afflicted parts well with it, and give' the dog soino to eat as well. If able to get at it, lie will also li...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

CHOICE! FISH FOE IBB**' ? | We hav6 tho largest anii best varfety la tho Qteta-mftra!* t! Btnoked— including tho famous Nov? Zv&lmci Btaoksd Blca €&£♦ | - Sent by' Parcola .Post or Rail to any address in 43s (A StaSo,' | - THE N.S.W. FRESH FOOD AND ICE COMPANY, OT, 1 ' . 25 Harbor Streot, City. ? ?§ ? Who Buys Timber Trial tfrder will prove the advantages ? | wo offer in services and qualiSy. ' I ? Vansterfielci & Relet, ( Lid. j ' ? Prompt and Reliable Timh®v — — - 1 ? . We have on iiand full stocks of all building !-iiaksF3, 1 LEICHHARD7 STREET, GLEBE (S*nd for Price Lht and&stte-.Z&GS)) | 'Phones } MW2601— 4 lines, I .-PREPARING FOR SHOW To obtain that perfection and'bloom' that is essential to tfe? very best of feed-, is essential. OUR MOLASSES FEEDS ' FOR HORSES, CATTLE AND PIGS are just the thing to put the last touch on. .' Composed of only the sweetest and soundest of Meals, bjended witiSi Molasses, these high-grade feeds MUST GIVE RES...

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

'Petroleum on the Land.' ^armer wh° says ' 'Give me a tin §»M Tw* of Oil' is inviting trouble. IL\ii IS. Low grade oil costs far more to use. The reinl 11m small savings in cost per gallon have been iRN more than made up by the greater oil and (ffii&M I v consumPti°n and greater repair expense. The correct grade of oil or grease rightly applied, prevents undue friction and saves money. The Chart of Recommendations in our new \ booklet 'Petroleum on the Land' specifies the correct f grade of Oil and Grease for use on Farm Engines, Implements and Machinery. Every farmer should .rv havc a copy. Ask your Storekeeper 'SteM his name - and we will .» Jot- your copy. If he see that he gets 6 . cannot furnish y send us if 1 © supply . Lubricants dSjfratisfar oacA type afatsrweo 4LU4 . VACUUM OIL COMPANY; Pty. Ltd.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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REGISTERING BUSH DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

REGISTERING BUSH DOGS. This is a question which crops up every year, and one I am constantly being asked about. The position js that while under tho Act everydog in N.S'.W. is supposed to be registered, at tho same time the authorities recog nise that in the bush dogs are neces sary for the protection of the settlers from vermin ; and the police havo in structions not to enforce the Act rig orously in rural districts. All that it is necessary for the farm er or grazier to do is to register one dog, and give a description of ? the others. Where the homestead is adr jacent to a main road, and the dogs are allowed to run loose so that they may become a nuisance to the passers by, they must be all registered ; but no one with any sense would* let them do this, but would keep them in a netted yard when not at work. 1 havo always contended that every fanner or drover should be allowed to keep two Irjiiu-lldv cattle or sheep dogs, free of registration, as tools of trade, the same as is don...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARM FACTORS GROWING MORE WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

FARM' FACTORS (Conducted by ROBERT KALESKI) Correspondence is invited. All questions on agriculture will -ff be answered in these columns. Address: Mr: j Robert Kaleshi, 'Stock and Station Journal,' 17 Castlereagh-st, Sydney ^ GROWING MORE WOOL / ' ? ± ? ? ? According to Sir A. H. Goldfinch (the London Chairman of Bawra), no w that oil the stored wool is used up, 'tho world is facqd with its pre-war neces sity of living from season to season 011 ourrent clips,' and, accordine: to tho figures lie submits, 'while the world C»n now rely on the annual growth for it# needs, It has adopted a standard of consump±ion, which exceeds the an nual growth by at least 12 per cent.'1 Ho goes on to say: 'Two possibili ties remain : The one is tho creation pf new supplies of wool, which rests, in the final resort, upon the decision of the Australian sheep-farmer. Tho sheep flocks of tho United States and f-ie Argentine Republic havo beep diminishing fairly steadily for many years. Asia, Northern Afr...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPPLY OF PURE MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SUPPLY OF PURE MILK. Following up the agitation to supply tho city with pure milk, a conference of the Milk Suppliers' Association, tho Housewives' Association, the Welfare of Babies' Association, the Milk Ven dors' Association, Child' Study As sociation. lOducation Department, dairy factories, distributing nouses, anu tno Agricultural Department, was held last week at the Minister's office. Mr. Chaffey explained the objects of the meeting, and said that the pre sent distribution o-f milk was most un satisfactory, but ke was 110L in favour of the Government doing it. Mr. lynox gave an outline of the .scheme drawn up by the Council of the Milk Suppliers' Association. Under this scheme it was proposed to distribute the milk 011 the Mock system, from central depots. Tlie representatives of the retail mills vendors condemned the scheme as unworkable. They, how ever. agreed to consider any concrete scheme that might prove satisfactory. Personally. T cannot see any insuper able difficulty...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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AUSTRALIAN TIMBERS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

AUSTRALIAN TIMBERS IN ENGLAND. Mr. B. C. Grapp, of Melbourne, by invitation, read a paper on 'Forestry' at the Oxford University Forestry School. lie expressed a strong desire to pay another visit to England, bring ing a special exhibit ot' Australian coin mericai timbers, of which the school possesses none. lie made a suggestion that Australia should supply an assort ment. The school was anxious to get in touch with Australian Forest Lea gues,. with a view to a campaign for the promotion of Empire Forestry, and to bring about less dependence on foreign timbers. Tlie Royal Institute of Architects has placed a room at Mr. Grapp's -Ji3» posal for the exhibition and discussion of timbers, samples of which highly pleased experts' — (Cable). Tho foregoing item is interesting reading to the Australian farmer, be cause if this matter is followed up a demand for our timbers at good prices will set in, so that timber will be grown everywhere possible, on waste land and hill-tops, to, the sub...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Arrivals of Wool 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Arrivals of . Wool 1923-24 SEASON. The following figures compiled by tha Sydnoy Wool Selling Brokers ' show the quantity of- wool received at Darling Har bor terminus Curing the present season: Bales. From July 1 to April 3 ? 623,895 Same period previous season .... 694,006 Decrease ? 70,111 The following figures of the arrivals 6f wool by sea have also been compiled by the Sydney 'Wool Selling Brokers — Bales. From July 1 to April 3 — From New South Wales ? 17,634 From New Zealand ? 9,475 From West Australia ? ? 188 From Victoria ? 29 From Queensland ? ? ? 4 From South Australia ? 33 Total ? 27,363 Same period previous season . . 38,050 Decrease ? 10,687 TOTAL ARRIVALS SINCE JULY 1. Bales. By rail ? 623,895 By sea ? 27,363 651,258 Same period previous season 732,056 Decrease ? 80,798 ARRIVALS SINCE LAST REPORT. Bales. . By rail ? 2,906 By sea ? ? 1,462 4,388 ARRIVALS BY RAIL. ' The following Is a summary of the ar rivals ol wool by rail during the season from the North, South ana W...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Station and Butchers Produce Trade [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Station and Butchers' Frodiac© , Trad© ? ? Sales were held by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, viz. : — AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND AND FINANCE CO.. LTD.: COOPERA TIVE, WOOL AND PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD.; DALGETY AND CO., LTD.; FARMERS' AND GRAZIERS' COOPERA TIVE CO.. LTD.; GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO.. LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.; PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD. ; SCHUTE, BELL AND CO.* LTD.; WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. FURRED SKINS. Grey and red kangaroo, wallaroo and wallaby, sold at unchanged figures, while goatskina were firmer. Foxsklns: 2006 .were forward. The Bupply comprised chiefly Inferior sorts and the market was without material al teration. Rabbit Skins: 121,420 lbs. were submit ted. to a large muster of buyers. The market opened to very irregular compe tition at distinctly lower prices, but values improved, and on the average, freshly caught incomings may be quoted a shade dearer, while autumns and racks which compr...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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HAIR, BONES AND SUNDRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

HAIR, BONES AND SUNDRIES. Moderate sized catalogues were forward. Horsehair ? .sold at slightly improved prices, while cowhalr ruled firm Best thighbones, buttocks, slynbones, and clods were weaker and other lines were unchanged. QUOTATIONS. ' ? . d. d. Horsehair — Best black ? 28 to ol Medium to good . . 22 to «7 Mane and matted . . . . 12 to 21 Used ? 4 to 10 Cowhalr — Best washed ? 19 to 23% Ordinary ? 14 ? to 18 Cow stumps ? 4% to 10 Per ton. ? £ s. d. £ 3. d. Common bones.. .. to .4 7 6 'Round shanks (sawn).. to 25 0 0 Ordinary ? to 15 0 0 Flat shanks (sawn) ? to 21 0 0 Mixed shanks ? 7 0 0 to 10 15 0 Thigh bones ? to 25 ? 0 0 Buttocks ? to 18 0 0 Shins ? to 18 0 0 Clods ? to 7 10 0 White hoofs ? to 18 0 0 Striped hoofs ? to 13 0 0i Black hoofs ? to 12 0 0 Mixed hoofs ........ to 13 0 0 Sinews — Best ? 30 0 0 to 36 0 0 Ordinary ? ? 10 0 0 to 20 0 0 Hide Pieces — » Best. ? ? 8 0 0 to 10-10 0 Ordinary ? 4 0 Qto 7 0 0 Plzzles ? „to 8 0 0 Knuckles ? 'to 5 0 0 Horns ? ? ? to 65 0 0 ...

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OIL IN QUEENSLAND. OPTIMISTIC VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

OIL IN QUEENSLAND. OPTIMISTIC VIEW. Optimistic views In regard to the possibilities of Queensland as an oil producing State were expressed by Dr. H. I. Jensen on Friday. Oil shales, he said, were present in many parts of that State, and In Lower Walloon a large accumulation of or- 1 ganic matter existed, which gave very definite evidence of the presence of petroleum. The odds in favour of large oil pools in that part of the State, were overwhelming. Referring to the Northern Territory, he said that most of the tertiary strata were lying in a horizontal position, and gave no opportunity for migration of oil from specimens cent to likn from North western Australia. He considered that there was every possibility of oil be ing present. Risky! Cabled that Mr. Frank Vanderlip, formerly president of the National City Bank, New York, suspecting that many aspects of the National scandals are * being suppressed for the sake of political expediency, has organised a so called Federal research b...

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

j&iSiiiMimiiiiHiiummiiiiimsiiimmtiiimimimHiimimiiiiiiiiiimiHiiHiiiimiiuiiiiimiiimMiiiiiiiiwiMiiniiiiiiiiiiiMiij: | WOOL WOOL WOOL I ?Si -.A ?awBwww.Mh. «??-*- r,y*rrmnttua S ' | E£ The successful business firm has to look ahead. At PYRMONT in s ? s order to 5 ft ADEQUATELY PROVIDE FOR THE DISPLAY 1 | OF WOOL | § we have provided additional accommodation, and we now have tho §j' I * LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE WOOL v I E STORES AND SHOW FLOORS IN THE 5 I SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. § s - ?? E B At ALBURY we have doubled oaf accommodation, - ? s 1' » ' ? s. I ^ GOODS WELL DISPLAYED ARE HALF SOLD.' - ' ' | I ' Fran i Iran' iMpralk Co. [ ig«B™SHSm«S:i5SraitoMSaEgS23lteMm8!IM38l$8ilSlliaii6818filSimilMll68l38iMMIIilS88IISIiBiaiiSil!iBlIIIill!g»sl

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

MISS' WIIiTOKT SETWCT REGISTRY. Etfr^lCOLONIfAL HOSS0. 4 OASTLEREAGH STREET, CITi Or. Hunter St., 6th Floor. Tftfeo IiSfc Tolcpho&o: 3403. ' ? ? ' »M ? ' , MES. BIcOLUSKir FEDERAL PROTESTANT GOVERNE80 and SERVANTS', REGISTRY. 1st FLOOR 34 HUNTER ST.. SYDNEY. STATION SERVANTS a Speciality. Only superior, reliublo Servants recommended. . -» Telephone B 3506.

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

F WILSTOP ~ ! BLOW FILY I f JETTING OIL AND OINTMENT. | | KILLS the Fly, Maggot' PREVENTS Re-atrlklng, Heals Wounds. 9 : NO ARSENIC, MERCURt', or other poisonous ingredients. Harmless In ! ; application. Effective, Cheap. g 5 MANUFACTURERS of Sassafrol Disinfectant) Insecticide, and Germicide. | a ORCHARD AND GARDEN SPRAYS. S S AGENTS for Day, Son and Hewitt's Royal Veterinary Medicines. i ! AGENTS for 'Rustrld' Boiler Fluid. jj ? s Write for Testimonials. s | WILSTOP LIMITED | [ 19 Castlereagh JStroet, SYDNEY j

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

Send FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, PIG& and CALVES TO ?' 'AUSTIMM' MERCANTILE' Australia® Mercantile Lasid & Finance Co., Ltd. ' . Offices: Telegrams: . ^ t , 4 Bligh Street, Sydney. - 'Australian Mercantile,' Sydney. y - * /

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SYDNEY WOOL J5AI.ES, 1XS3-24 SEASON. 4«o .^follocisg detailed Btafcoxiaeu&j, prepared by tho Sydnoy Wool Soiling :* 'oscra, ,s_hqxv*s t&e buiaiK-B8..dtmo ist auction and privately during tho 1923-24 season,. wan a comparison of tbo business done dnrinK tho corresponding -pencd, of tho previous season.— 1 ' . ~ ' ; i E25Uas Eretoro. A.MJL. & F. Co., Ltd. Go-cj- W. & P. Co., Lid.. Coontxy P. S. Co., Ltd. BaJgeiy & Co., Ltd. JF. & G. Go-op. Co,, . Ltd. Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. N.Z.L. & M.A. Co., Ltd. Pitt, Son and Badgery j Schnte, Bel] -& Co., Ltd.i Winchcombe, Carson Totals since July 1, 1923 ? Decrease I Cata- j I loifEsd. J ? ? I Bates. | 88997 64717 31065 61368 66521 70374 75340 60669 39209 88307 636565 . tialea. i 1. ? ? ! j At j Privato^Privato ; Auction. j. ly as I ly nn j : ' (previous! cata ! .. . I onto- I Ioguod. I ? lloguea. | 'Bales. j Bates. I Bales. '73993 13064 5858 | 50011 3998 10 27496 2808 10 567...

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Sydney Record Prices GREASY 46 1/4d; SCOURED 61d. 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Sydney Record Prices ? *- ? GREASY 46J4d; SCOURED 610. 1S23-24 SEASON. The following statement prepared by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers shows tlie record prices obtained in the Syd ney market during the 1923-24 season, together with those of the previous sea son, and tor purposes of comparison, the records obtained during tho year im mediately preceding the war. GREASY. 1923-24. 1922-23. 1913-14. ? ? d. d. d. Fleece, merino j itfSij 38Vjl 18~ Necks .. .. 35% 80% 13& Broken „ ..) 38% 31% 13 . Pieces „ ..| 37*41 29% 13 ' Lambs „ ,.| 37 f 27 | 14% Bellies „ „. 33% I 26'4| 11% Black M .. 27 17% 11 Locks „ .. 22% 14% 3 Dead „ .. 33 23% 10% Fleece, xbred 3G 34% 14% Lambs, xbred 30 20 13% Fleece, cbk ? 39%| 36 ? 16_ ? ? SCOURED ? ? Fleece, Merino—^ — — Combing ? 59%| 55% 26% Clothing ? 51% 43 26% Pieces ........ 54%[ 40 23% Necks ? — I — . 22 lambs ? ,49 | 34% 20% BelUes ? 51%l 34% 22% Locks ? 42 I 33% 18% Dead ? 42 85% 17% Skin ? | 61 | 54 1 24% Crossbred ..'..1 62 | 37%| 20%

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Stockowners' Levy FOR THE MEAT INDUSTRY An Expert's Evidence [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SteeSsowmers9 Le^y FOR THE MEAT INDUSTRY An Expert's Evidence Mr. Herbert Edward Powell gave evidence before the N.S.W. Parliamen tary Select Committee on tlie Meat Industry EncooEagemant Bill. Mr. said: — My qualification to give evidence is that I have had 25 years meatworks and pastoral experience in connection with tfe© meat industry in Queensland, New Soirtlr Wales, Victoria, Northern Territory and. Western Australia. TH33 FAR EAST. I have also made several visits to the Far Bust in the interests of the meat trade and for the purpose of opening up and expanding trade re lations in .the Far East, the last of which was undertaken as a member of the Eastern delegation of the Aus tralian Meat Council. The purpose of the Eastern Delega tion was to definitely and conclusively ascertain the possibilities of the ex portation of frozen meat, live stock, and meatworks products from Australia to Eastern markets. The findings and conclusions arrived/ at by the Delega tion have already been...

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Women's Country Party LAKE CARCELLICO SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Women's Country Party (By M. Gunn.) LAKE CARCELLICO SCHOOL. Parents of Lake Cargellico district will be pleased to learn that the De partment of Education has called for tenders for additions and improvements to their school, the closing date being 10th April. MIDWIFERY. There is in New South Wales a wide spread demand for Maternity Wards to be attached to public hospitals in the country, so that expense to, and sufferings of, women may be . reduced. Dr. Watson Munro has ,in public utterances and in correspondence, urged that far too little organised attention is given to any aspect of the question of childbirth, and we would direct at tention to the report, given in the 'Herald,' of 20th March, of this let ter to the Women's Hospital, Crownr street. A comparison of the relative im portance of human beings and live stock in the eyes of the Senate of Syd ney University is most biting. _ In the matter of obstetrics. Sydney University compares most unfavorably with any University of st...

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

When down- for the 9 EASTER SHOW visit MAY MOORE'S studios j for Artistic Photography | .189 King Street,; Sydney.

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