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Psychology and Philosophy. THE OTHER SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Psjc!i©I@gf anil Pfcfcepliy. THE! OTHER SIDE; (By 'Gossip.') HEN a young preacher returned to John Wesley, from a preaching cir cuit, the old man put him through a catechism like this: — 'Anybody con verted?' 'No, sir.' 'Anybody seek ing?' 'No. sir.' 'Ativhnrlv mfifl?' 'No, sir.' ' Then you've failed.' That was right. It s a good test. When the editor of the 'Stock Jour nal' handed me the first number of the second volume of 'The Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy' and said, 'I wish you'd review that,v I said, 'I wish I could say what I thought about it,' and he said, 'Why not?v When I came to think it over, I realised that the 'Stock Journal ' has always stood for giving both sides of a case, even if it meant making somebody 'mad,' so why shouldn't I say what I thought about the phil osophical journal? I would, if I had space enough, but the 'Stock Journal' wouldn't stand for it, because it isn't a philosophical journal, nor are its readers, taking them full and larg...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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OUR PRESIDENT ON THE WAR PATH. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

OUR PRESIDENT ON THE WAR PATH. Mrs. Monro hopes to have a meeting at Inverell this conling week, to form a branch of the Country Women's As sociation in that town, or at least to tell them something about the work which is being carried on.

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THE MANUALO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

the'^akualo. -? Readers will have noticed an at&- : vertisement on page 7 of this Issue about a new piano player. Tlie Bald win Manuaio is being imported by Mr. P. W. Dyer, the Ashfield piano expert, and is quite the lest word in Piano players. It ihas two great special fea tures ; all the expression levers - are abolished, the expression being gained with foot pressure alone, whilst tba mechanism which remains is greatly simplified, leaving much less to get out of order. Readers visiting the Show and think ing about brightening life with a player piano ought to see the Manuaio as it is a high-grade Instrument at a mod erate price.

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

.4 Do ii Now — Amd S€ive Money IHir.lWlftlHHHV^WTTMHUI IIUIIUMI'III IJIhlUHff'IIT ilBIHIHjyWBIWilMWH»H au.i.j.iiiui-ij.i.i JUJ| ?,i|i||i|..U|J,j^AUIiu.'mJ.wiuimuw^uit.iAjM,«jmjiL»tJi^Jii.i';ii»t.i'jii.uJiU.iki.,giLiui.^.-li.![u.wl By seadiiag us Sat Slaek to ML By goading us par&ealaia of your Stock and Propsrfey. Our SpleacM Organisation fa the resalt of HO YEJUtS careful ! study of HOW : B'EST TO SERVE' OUR ©L!EfOTS0 GIVE X!S A TRIAL . WILKIN80N & LA¥EMDER9 LIMITED

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

nLUCEMNE ©lEED. I ' | .?????' ? J Immediate Delivery 2/1-^d, ih. freight paid. J Guaranteed genuine, every Grain HUNTER RTVER grown, true broadleaf j variety or TAMWORTH crown, trud Purple Top or CANOWTNDRA I now season's crop. Heavily re-cleaned, and free from mlxturo ! SXJl any '^Ported Lucerne Seed. Put up In sound double cornsacfcs. . J FREIGHT PAID by goodo train to any Hallway Station In N.S.W. Delivery I . - when required until Juno 30th nest. Samples posted. Lesa than 561bs. I costs l&d lb. extra. v . ,F. W. WILLIAMS & CO.i'LTD., 41 Hseier Street, Sydney. gAS-TBR TIME~ Tie Finn iMin' OMpmtt® COMPANY AW INVITATION is cordially extended to all our country clients and friends, when visiting Sydney at Easter, to utilise tho facilities we have specially provided for their convenience in our spacious Reception Room at Headquarters, Circular Quay. ' SHOWGftOUKO OFFICE. Our Showground Office is situated in Park Road, alongside the Farmers' Co-operative Implementt Co....

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

'If Firing or Blistering «$V I ' Cores your Lama Horso, cures Mm fjr : ?painlessly, and you 1$ f can work blzn all Cores ' Splints, Curbs, Sprung Ten- \S- - JtlSl/ dons, Wind galls,- » Bos .Spavins, and ? r all Bony and Bursal Enlargements. t Write' for Frea Advico and Booklet- j PtttCE, 12/6 por can. T. C. DOYLE, M.R.C.V.S., . I 9 King Strcat, Raniftwels, M.S.W. ^BSicpnuf^EjaS ®uilen| ? ; JHE.HOUSEOF STEEL i . POINDED A D I SCO | .= ^ ^ {. W. JNO BAKER'S DAGGING, BOTTLE AND SKINNING OUTFIT. Contains Tin Bottle, Dagging Shears, Skinning Knife, and Steel. Very best leather sheath., to carry on saddle. ? „ No. 17.— With Plain Beech Handle, Knife and Steel ? 25/ ' ?. No. 18.— With Strong Bush Knife and j. Steel ? 37/6 j No. 20. — With Oriental design, Knife and I . Steel (as illustrated) ? 42/- «? Postage 1/6 extra. ;J W. JNO. BAKER'S DAGGING BOTTLE 8 AND FOOTROT OUTFIT, containing Red H Tang Dagging Shears, -4 -pint Tin bottle, J Oil stone, and Footrot knife. The sheath 5 Is made of t...

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

, SHEEP. About 23,400 /forward. Quality ! M:* Market firmer in the morning and dearer in afternoon. Lambs de cidedly dearer throughout. There were 26,466 sheep listed for sale from 161 owners, and about 23,400 were forward. All descriptions of merinos and crossbreds were in evi dence, also occasional pens of come backs. The general quality of the ottering was fairly good, although, ow ing . to rain 'and xnud, the sheep did not va? Sood as tliey really were. As a whole, however, the general quality WTis about on a par with tho average of late. - , ' * There was a good attendance of buy ers. Competition was brisk, and the market generally firmer during the forenoon; for good to prime sheep, about 1/- to -2/- dearer for lambs, which were very scarce,, aad without quotable change for medium to plain sheep. The demand gradually hardened as sales progressed, and the market in the af ternoon was from 1/- to 2/- dearer for good to prime sheep, and closed very strong. Lamb values in most ins...

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Clashing of Shows [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Clashing of Shows One great difficulty that the North ern Show Associations have to contend with, is the clashing of dates, it is avoided as much as possible, but there are so many shows that it would l-e a hard matter to give them a week L'ilCIl. When shows are close together, and on at the same time, it is very evident that one of them must suffer. lnverell, Warialda, Moree and Nar rabri have tried this year a circuit of shows. The idea was to enable stock owners and others' who had anything to exhibit, a chance of following on from show to show. That worked all ri),'lir with some things, and many of the same sheep went through the four shows. Even, despite this arrangement, there was clashing with other shows. For instance, Moree was on the same time as Armidale, and the latter show se cured most of the visiting horses, which are always a big factor in the ring events. What is wanted is a good general conference otf show associations, and a full roster drawn up for the season. It...

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IN CALIFORNIA. FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

IN CALIFORNIA. FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE. A New York cable to the S. M. Herald:— -News comes from San Fran cisco that foot and mouth disease in Alameda, Contracosta, and Solano counties, California, is increasing. It first became serious towards the end of February, when the Department of Agriculture in Washington quarantined the affected counties Officials believed at first that they would be able to conline the disease to the counties where it initially made its appearance. They now. admit fail ure to do so, and stricter regulations are being enforced in an attempt to delimit the disease.

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

p ? ?? j - ]AGENTS' THAT I SELL STOCK -& PROPERTY M THE COUNTRY BARELLAN. W. & W. J. Nixon. BARMEDMAN. P. H. Shsafian. BLAYNEY. il. R. M. Pigott. BOURKE. - H. M. were, CONDOBOLIN. K. C. £3au2der. «- Gus. Brccn a Co. J. R. Scbtt & CO. . . COOLAH. EcuUy & Co. COOMA. H. f. U. R030. . ? . ' f 1 *i « l COONAMBLE. C©5S2feycus&, Tto-t & Co.. Ltd. CWM. e. k. Bssa -a c . - | ' C&OTABSU&IDItA. 0. d. Bead.' Cssygo & jOp. ''GOULBURN. W. H. Wlisatlay. H. L. Broadhoad IGILGANDRA, . Chriatio Bros. GLOUCESTER. KSatthovason & Co. Lato Beauoarng) & Co. . Qouglas VJatitioll & Co. GUNDAGAI. Vi. E. Kyto & 03. E. A. Tout & CO. Shepherd -&J3alo. GUNNING. ' C. E. Ardill. j GUYRA. A. A. Broon & Co. HAY. ' Wilkinson & LauencJar, Ltd. HILLSTON. Ranlten & Knoshtn. KEMPSEY. C«S(, MKchoii & Eastea, Ltd. MAITLAND (West). E. W. Spartte. 0. K. Young, j. Gnright. jsn...

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MY IMPRESSIONS OF A SALE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

MY IMPRESSIONS OF A SALE A ladv subscriber, who was one of the many who visited Oakvale recently, at the time the clearing-sale was held there, has written, sriving us her im oressions of same. She writes: — After a motor run of about seven teen miles, we reach Oakvale Station, where a sale is being held. 'We ar rive in time to hear the auctioneer selling off house effects. He is standing on a carpet with a bunch of old lamps in his hand — 'what offer, gentlemen ? (I wondered whether lie was thinking thoughts of Aladdin too.) 'All done at 15/-?' And a funny little hammer is brought dowR with a bang. . . . 'Mr. . . er . . ? Thank you.' What a strange sight for a quiet bush home, hundreds of people moving about, inspecting stock, plant, etc., and still a line of cars are arriving. 'What a glorious day, but 'a nippy morning,' one, hears on all sides, and we trail along after the man with the hammer, to see the sheep sold. THEY COME FROM AFAR. Special yards have been built for the' cc a...

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

TUfniMRRl Ktt iff AT7 ' ? Ji AUMcDUJi i i ri i | ? Market Report aud Record Sales . ? J THURSDAY

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SHEEPBREEDING VICTORIAN ASSOCIATION. THE NEXT SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SHEEPBREEDIN G VICTORIAN ASSOCIATION. THE NEXT SHOW. At a largely attended meeting oc tlie Australian Sheepbve-'ders' Associa tion in Melbourne, the President (Mr. Edwin Currie) presiding, it was unani mously decided that tbe annual show be held at Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd.'s wool warehouse, Bourke-street. on Monday and Tuesday, July 28 and 29. A schedule of prizes for fine, me dium, and strong merinos (including small holders' section). Corriedales, Polwarths. Border and Enclisli T km cos ters. Shropshires. Romnev Marsh. Suft olks and Dorset Horn, similar to the schedule last year, was adopted. The Lincoln section was increased, classes being included for 2-tcoth sheep that were shorn 'as a lamb.' REGULATIONS. Consideration was given to suggested amendments to the .regulations of tlie association, and it was decidod (a) that a proviso be added to regulation 2 (which reads: — 'That all sheep entered and exhibited must be. bona fide the property of the exhibitor'') to the effec...

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

Why pay 8/- ar 9/- GaL? | Money can't buy an absolute preventative. There is a fortune waiting for the man who can produce one. Therefore Don't waste your money. A Station nt Jerilderie recently ordered 800 ^gallons Kelpie Fly Mixture. They had received 3 previous loto. ^'gallon ' Ant5septic' Drums Only 'KELPIE' FLY-BLOWN SHEEP OIL Thi= mixture leaves the wool nice and soft, bo that It can be easily chnpr inrf does not dry hard and harsh, making It Impossible to shear. ] shorn, an re has bein %ery successful wherever used, and, be ng of THIN COMPOSITION, dresses a large number of sheep t0 t^le 0fif°n+ n Soothing? Healing Quick-Acting Oil, without any severe, harsh effect on the woolF-orv^°^{1LL,AMS & CO ., LTD., 41 Hunter St., Sydney.

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

' ' ' ? ? ? ? ? 'jH Jli.JH..|l)IVCT STEWART DAWSON'S I [P®fjgiEns(S® Lever3 in 10-Yw Bold-Filled Hunting Bum 15 Jewels, H Plata Niokel Movement Fop Reliability and Value this Watoh is Unequalled POSTAGE FREE STEWiMY dawson & e©„ * gPTAgLIBHtrr. 1B7f N.O.W. LTD. Two Gydnoy (41 a GaoPgo street. StMH.i « EatoEjlSohsmanfca -? 1 QS.-j qj p«tft nd C®»*n«s» ; ______________ ? ta' F,tt St^Qoft, neap K|nd Sfcl

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

LEADING N.S.W. STUDS HAODOi RS6 iSEfllfW STUD FOUNDED 1882. THIS Btud was started by Mr. James Richmond by the purchase of SO Stud Rams and 190U aged Ewes from Wanganella. The rams were by 'Premier,' 'Warrior,' 'No. X7,' 'No. SO,' 'PK,' and 'MP.' The sires of these rams wore represented at the Melbourne Exhibition of 188C tey their fleeces, forming half of the Wanganella Show Case. 'Premier' and 'Warrior' were the two celebrated sires of that period. Tho present owner purchased the entire stud in October, 1916. FRANC B. S. FALKINBR. Haddon Rig, Warren. SUNNY HDQE 'MERINO STU© THE Peppin blood stud sheep are bred at 'Old Cathundral,' Trangie, and the South Australian stud at 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama, The 'Old Cathundral' stud was formed from the pick of the Urangelinc ewes of pure Peppin blood, secured at the dispersal of the Urangellne stud, and the 'Sunny Ridge' stud by a purchase of high-class, medium woolled, stud ewes from Walter Hawker, Esq., ?Anama,' South Australia, with the ...

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

Leading Country Agents gc-N3ILLY CSAfflPTON AITOTIONEBBS. STOCK & STATION. j?AT, STOBE STOCK AND HOE8E SALESMEN rat ttBia etcro stods sales, Qranso Ccxsr,iot!ca Balo YarCa oTety Thnroda/. sPle°a,f ta«stf«t SBsJSacfcs available, handy to taJiwn? a ad ssalo yarfls. Personal nttantion to ou ©saSSgaiaents. ; Trucks oecnrea on sSiertwt jwttco. Cterraspcadcneo lnrltea. FOB j^Aiiuuis E5SBCSSS3 CKK5SEOH TODB DTOOE 539 0BAII6B TO:— McHEJLMT A1SD OHAMPTON. I]lj%JLC2?lLiri^ COo, 3L/IT1X Auotionoore, Steak and Lend Salesmen, - WAGGA WAGGA Fortnightly Salea of Sheep and Cattle. Speoial Sales periodically. Particulars and information ro Stock or Land -n- application. €1AHE .AM®. CO.? A0CTKKJBEES, Stook, station, Trucking and General commission Agents. ? '.MORES, -MUNCHHDI &TO COI&ARENEBBI. 'WubbFI company TASS, sad 1! ©'CfflliHEU SUBSET, S¥BEE¥. TTTPi LEADING STOCK and STATION AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, - BJTC. . Lists ol Stock and Propertlen will bo Gladly furnlohed ...

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

BANK OF NEW SOUTH' WALES'I; Paid-up Capital ? . ? £G,000,0&» ?Reaorva Fund . ? .. ? ? fi3, 800,000 Bcsonrod Liability ? ? ? & 6,000,000 j £15,900,000 ' 'Ptlna, i « nTtmrT A *rr\ DIRBICTOfiS* ? n^mi?^ w SSvS^vJE-ro3laQntl_?OBHaT Ii. FAITHFULL, Esq.; M.D.; _ w- gILLESPIB.Esq.; WRAKC. B. S. FALKINER. Euq.; Tho Hon. gXSQINAtiD J. BLACK, M.L.C.; CHARMS BINNIE, Esq.; JAMES BURNS, AUDITORS: W. H. PALMER, Esq; S. B. t.attvt.TOY, Eoq. m»An nwmrn r. Oonoral Manser: OSCAR LINES. HKAD OFFICE: George Streot, Sydnsy, LONDON OFFICE: 29 Thrcadneodlo nlnety-sevon branohes & agencies In tho Australian States. r«wT Papua' a5d London Agents and Corr«jpondont«. VorStS, remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places DIRECT, fl ?»-rnwrhnut the™ World an-5 co'actod. Letters of Credit issued, negotiable! The Australian Bank of Commerce, Ltd. Authorised Capital ? ? ? £2,000,000 Capital Pa5d-Up, and Reaorvco ? £1,570,266 Aggregate Assets at Juno 80th. 1923 ? ? £14,148,754 DIRE...

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AT A GLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

AT A GLANCE. Period: 3 days cadcd Thursday. Highest Temp.:' 94 desrcsa. Lowect Temp. : 30 degrees. Highest Bar. Road: 5X25 degrees. Lowest Bar. Read: 2E-.73 inobea. Heaviest Fail Rain: 403 potato.

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

Promises may get friends hut it is performances that' must OT&'se ffeeiria- — * SCHUTE, EELL & Co. Limited Endeavour to live up to this motto—' Pergonal attention to clients5 best interests.9* Offices: 44 Bridge Street, SYDNEY Country §4fe anb anb Station §-mwal PUBLISHED ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. 17 CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY. Telephone No. B6334. Subscription (paid In advance) ? 15/- per annum. „ (booked) ? 17/6 „ „ Foreign ? £1 ,, „ Advertising Rates on Application. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1924.

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