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Widespread Rain More for Coast and Tableland [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Widesprea d Maimi More for Ooast an d IT&hlci&ucl Tho cloudy to unsealed weather which developed over tho State during Wednes day resulted in light to heavy rains of a general nature over tho ©astern half, and also in scattered fails in tlio West. Many of thi falls in the east attained the inch, while at Wyong three inches were recorded. The heaviest fall in the State waa 403 points at Gosford. Mr. Mares expecta further rain with tsomo heavy falls on the coast and tablelands, under south-w«3t to south-east winds. Fine inland. Some frosts on tho uplands.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SEMD YOUR WOOL CUP to D ALGETY & COMPANY, LTD. The Fremler Wo®I Selling' House in Australasia. Liberal Advances against growing Clips. Careful attention to small clips. Prompt returns SYDNEY OFFICE - 15 BUNT STREET.'' ' J ' v'

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 — 4 April 1924

[ STOCK & STATIQM ']| ' ' ,J u ? ? id .. . w-u nn.ij ? rp o . ' ?? ??, lea s e. 650 ACEiiES, choice Maizo, Tobacco, Dairy ing. Straw Crop and PiK-raising lands. 6 miles Southern Town. Rivor frontage. Well improved, including 8-roomed oot tase. Netted, etc. £000 per annum.' A very fine property. PITT, SON and BADQEBY, LTD., Sydney. '^T OOWJfSOWING PROPERTIES. SITUATED in the heart of an aBsured drougbUxeeisting district. Handy to tho cat&hhahcd Stook Market of Wamrft Wagga. No. 19— 1101 ACRES, Orown Lease. 40 years to run, and ia convertible into a C.P. 2 miles rail. 150 Acres agricultural or luccrnc growing land. Balanoe excellent ' grazing country. New concreto liouto of 4 rooms, kitchen, spare room, stables, buggy shed, yards, etc. Permanently water ed by runtime creeks. Boundary fenced and wire-netted. Subdivided into 6 pad ' docks. PEICE : 37s Acre. Terms arranged. No. 43 —2758 A ORES, FREEHOLD and C.P. 4 miles rail. Oountry undulating to hilly. 300 Acros agricul...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT THE BOYS AND GIRLS DID. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

WHAT THE BOYS AND CIRLS DID. During 1921 over 7,000,000 dollars' worth of products were produced by the club boys and girls of tho United States, the actual cost of production, plus (lie cos I ol leadership, being ouly 4,500.000 dollars ; results, 2, 500, 000 dol lars clear profit. It is fair to assume that most of this wealth would not have been created had it not been for club work. In addition to the immediate money value, the boys and girls gave 20,000 public demonstrations, annually attended by over half a million fanners and farmers' wives, thereby serving their communities, spreading the influ ence of the better practices, and adding to the wealth of the community for all time. As an examine of the influence that is being brought to bear to improve the methods employed, boys aud girls of twenty-six stat-es grew an average of 179 bushels of potatoes per acre, while the average for the same states for tho sumo year for all potato production was 115 bushels, thereby showing all ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUN AND MOON [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SUN AND MOON SUN. MOON, rises. sets. rises. sets. Day of Week. a.m p.m. a.m. p.m. 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 Moil., April 7 ... 6.12 ... 5*43 ... 8J0 ... 7.40 Tues, April 8 ... 6.12 ... 5.42 ... 9.24 ... 8.17 Wed., April 9 ... 6.13 ... 5.40 ... 10.16 ... 8.58 Thurs., April 10 6.14 ... 5J59 ... 11,7 ... 9.41 Fri., April 11 6.14 ... 5.38 ... 1L57 ... 10.29 p.m. 3at„ April 12 ...6.15 ... 5.37 ... 12.44 ... 11.20 Sun , April 13 ; 6.16 ... 5.36 ... 1.29 ? Mon., April 14 . 6.17 ... 5.34 ... 2.12 ... 12.15 Full Mood April 2 at 12.11 a.m.

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

THE RAINFALL. The following was tiie tota1 rainfall re o.-iied in Ne.v South Wales during the ln-ee days ended at 9 a.m. on Thursday: — Western : Tibooburra 6, Milparinka 19, '.Vilcannia 3. Broken Hill 7, Menindie 29, t'uoncaira 35, Wentworth 27, Angledool 6. Bre\.varrina 38, BourkD 44, Cobar 24, Ny .^:tpee 32, Mount Hope 63, Euabaloug 35, Ivanhoo 73. Mossgiei 28, Eniton 70, Bal lanald '24 points. C.-W. Plains: Boomi 26, Mungindi 12, .larah 35, Moreo 24, Millie 35, BePata 34, vVce Waa, 7, Narrabri 110, Burren Junction j points. O..W. Plains: Qtiambone '44, Coonamble 19, G.ilargambone 63, Canonbar 22, Nyngan 13, Warren 67, Nevertire 30, Trangio 81, Narromine 66, Gilgandra 32, Tottenham £5, Dandaloo 44, Peak Hill 58, Trundle 51, Con dobolin 45, Ungarie 41 points, Riverina: Cargdligo 35, Hillston 55, BooH gal 72, Maude 135. Hay 63, Carrathool 58, Darlington Pt. 33, Moulaniein 40, Ardlethan 1, Griffith 23, Barollan 4, Lcetou 6, Whitton 24, Narrundeia 24, Urong Grong 33. Coolamon 17. Oou...

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

WEATHER REPORTS. The following Information is compiled from tho weather bulletins Issued by tho W-2ather Bureau each morning. In tho 'barometer' columns will bo found tbo reading corrected and brought down to sea-level of the barometers at that station at 9 a.m. on tha mornings named. The 'thermometer' Is tho reading of the dry bulb thermometer taken at the same time, while 'weather' Is the weather observed at that time. The 'wind' column shows the direction of the wind and lis strength at 9 a.m. oil the last day of the period. The final column shov?3 the height and movement either of the river at that particular town, or the state of tho sea when the station is on the sea coast, for tho iast day of the period. || Barometer. | Thermometer| Weather. | Winfi |Biver Station 'il Tues. |Wed.|Thrs. |Tues.W. | Th.| Tu. | W. | Th.| Thur. j Tta. I I I I I ' [ft. in. *-8 3o!o4 ISil ^ 55 54 I °- \ I \ I \ Ii 1 6 Wentworth - 30.04 30.25 — 57 51 I _ F F SW.l. 7 0 Bourke ? ? ? ? 29.95 29. SO 30.1...

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 — 4 April 1924

.MAKE MONEY Oss tho sdh of yass* Fat Stock 4 By telribjj advantage of I THE BENEFITS OUR ©RGAMSATION OFFERS , EsporisBced Am&hmesra Personal attention to all fesasisacas. Prompt Returns WIRE YOUR TRUCK REQUIRE MEMTS TO ' BADGERY BROTHpS LIMITED ?10 Castlereagli Street SYDMEY C L. M&rtmeer FAT STOCK SALESMAN, ChsMis Housa, Martin Place^ (opp. G.P.Op), SYDNEY. Please tell tho Advertiser that you saw it in the 'Stook and station journal.' ? ? ? If STOOK & STATION AGENTS FAT STOCK SALESMEN R3o. 5 8PRINQ ST., SYDMEY SELLING AGENTS ONLY. Bankers: Bank of Australasia ^ WILL YOU CONSIDER? . .. r-*^.~..^rrTmm~rrr— -~~J..».M.»i..-.»-»~«««ra«an»im«ggg»Biggacgago5aaBgBBa«aBagaM™g^an*'MB'^W8MM''e'Mg' Making Your Broker ii Bin ranr j.. !| A Sdbstantial Refund of Commission mado I annually TO ALL SENDERS ( (Wbetbear Shareholders or not) OO WOOL, STOCK and PRODUCE. Bo not miss the opportunity to save money in the disposal of your products ! ! SEND FOR WAYBILLS!!! ASK OUR ADV...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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MASSAGING THE HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

MASSAGING THE HANDS. AH© hands- ehould be massaged with lengthwise movements from the extre mities upwards. . Tlie pressure must not be hard, or the movement rapid, but the fingers should be taken one by one between the thumb and index linger, and stroked uentlv and deliberatalv from the finger-tip to the palm, as if putting on a glove. Then the back of the hand should be rubbed towards the wrist. ; For massaging the pulm of the hand the thumb will be found the most con venient to use, .and the stroke should be 'towards the wrists, as in the other movements. . - The finger-tips should not be flattened in massaging, but pinched gently, and pressed at the sides to make them taper. During the operation of massaging, the hands should be held very lightly and loosely. A good skin-food should be used and well rubbed into the skin. Before using the cream, however, the hands should be bathed for a few min utes in-hot water to prepare the pores for receiving the cream, and to clear them of a...

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

— ? - ? -? ? ? - , McCafe© Wlaeat PIdkSeire | ? ? 1 ? 'i — - ? — — ? ? — »— -4 . | Immediate Delivery ' \ Price £12-10=0 eacSa j complete ready to work \ These Machines consist of a 70-gall. Cask, fitted with strong : hoisting Derrick and Tackle, a patented Perforated Copper Immerser j to hold two or three bushels of grain, and an Iron Bag Holder. 2 Price, complete with Oak Cask, £12/10/-. Pine Casks are 30/- \ each cheaper, but we strongly recommend Oak Casks. g These Machines are the latest of all. Every grain gets thor- i oughly pickled without being soaked, smut spores are positive^ ; destroyed, and weed seeds and rubbish float and can be skimmed off. j No solution, time or labour is wasted because they are so fast to j handle. . ,. I Immediate Delivery \ WARNING. — Unless orders are placed before the end of 1 this month there will be no chance of getting supplies j for this season, as already the bookings are so very heavy. \ N.S.W. Agents for the Manufacturers— : F. W. WILLIAM...

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For Women in the Country & City THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Mrs. E. M. Irvine [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

For Women m the Country & City Conducted by Mrs. Mane Irvine THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Mrs. E. M. Irvine HERE is the organising secretary of the Country Women's Association, and a very much worried woman slie is at the present time, if the truth be told. Easter is nearly upon us, and with it there will be the big (larden Party arranged by the asso ciation to meet her Excellency Ladv de Chair in the lovely grounds of Kambala, Rose Ray, on Monday afternoon, 14th instant, and after that there will be the Matrons' Rail in the Paddington Town Hall I on Tuesday, April 22nd, in aid of 1he Seaside Home fund. Then the big annual conference is drawing very near, and as yet not half a dozen branches have sen) in either the names of their delegates or the motions which they wish to put upon the agenda paper, and all the printing is being held up waiting Jor them to get busy. However those are the black spots of the work, and, after all, there are compensations when she contemplates the map ...

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

MILADY FASHION ? By Nellie Tritton ? The oriental embroideries on the frocks and coats for Autumn and the coming Winter are surprisingly re miniscent of the stiff, barbaric stitch ery which we have known and ad mired for generations- on the coat3 of Mandarins. There is gold and silver, ochre and green, and always a touch of 'Chinese red to add to the brilliance of the design. Perhaps the cult for the Near East comes hand in hand with the popularity of Mali Jongg. Certainly the 'Tut' fashion seems to be dor mant, but a revival may occur with the re-opening of the Tomb. By the way, books on Mali Jongg may be ob tained at this office, which come straight from the Shanghai Club and are said to be the most reliable and the simplest obtainable in Sydney. GO WXS AND DRESSES. A black evening dress was, till re cently, striking for the simplicity of its lines, but now a design outlined in gold thread with clusters of tiny pearls, like white grapes, makes it anything but a 'simple' gown. The ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STUD STOCK SHEARING SHEEP FOR SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

[?] By Our Special Representative — HARRY R. THOMPSON SHEARING SHEEP FOR SHOWS Ono of tho greatest troubles that shows have to contend with, is the dates given for tho shearing of the sheep. It happens that tho judges ni'o suspicious that tlie shearing had taken place much earlier than the tiino stated, but there is no way of definitely deciding the question. On moro than one occasion a judge lias mentioned to me, that he consi dered tho sheep he was looking at had more thai 11 12 mouths' wool, but it was impossible to prove it. Tliey do not car© about throwing a man|s sheep out 011 account of this, as it is paramount to telling the owner, that ho has mado a false entry. Such a thing is rather serious, and a judge wants to be sure of his ground before he can object to sheep on this account. RULE AT THE N.S.W. SHKKP HR KKDKUS' SHOW. At tlie New South Wales Sheep breeders' Show, it is specially set out, that 'No sheep to be exhibited that have been shown previous to the 1st July in th...

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 — 4 April 1924

'I fF T=i| n i _Ji_. I ^ White bathrooms that keep I clean and bright T fflji 'Luxebertv' White Enamel, '1 mlllpfX ' used in bathrooms, gives a 'Cj— ? I j, ~ smooth, even, surface of glossy — H I | ' whiteness. It can be kept clean -fj-L x '—j - 1 | ||l \ — -- without difficulty, and will not - |l|v - - be dulled by steam. You can _ spread it easily with a ' Silver I l~TlCl ' King' enamel brush. Giver L — 1 ? ? 1 the wood with a good, flat white paint first, following with one coat of 'Luxeberry.' ? If you cannot call, write- jot .full particulars to Department No. JAMES SANDY & CO., LTD. For 'Paints, Wallpapers, 'Varnishes and Stains 326-8' George Street, Sydney, 75- ? ? . . ; ? : ?; ? ? .

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

AUSTRALIAN FUR SKINS Tanned, Dyed and made up into Ladies Purs, Motor Rugs and Mats Tost and Rohu 2G Martin Place, Sydney

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

-D^§y&gyGNi- Q^®Qv9,'c^Q''^vg-g^gyc^@/e^€^ SHIP BRAND HE CREAMY DELICATE || II SM flavour of SHIP it || H1H BRAND CORNFLOUR I- I WJ PERS1STS THROUGH ?j I COOKING AND FREEZING. || ^ Ideal for iced delicacies and dainty ft|| (j) desserts, as well as for enriching simpler jj jjj; Sold Everywhere.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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DUNGOG AND ITS SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

DUNGOG AND ITS SHOW Last week I paid a visit to the Dun gog district. Right along the rail way line the country was a picture, being covered with a great growth of good feed. It is a Jong time since the country looked so well along that line. Around Dungog itself there was mag nificent feed, and especially 011 the Kiver flats. Dungog is situated 011 the Williams ltiver, which is a par ticularly pretty stream, the banks be ing lined with unusually fine trees and willows. It is a very nice spot, and especially so just now, with the place looking so green. The Dungog people are very proud of their splendid dis trict. Unfortunately it had passed through a most severe drought, and it is re markable the way in which it has completely recovered. You would never think that a drought had ever existed, and it speaks well for the country, the rapid manner in which it has transformed itself. THE SHOW. The annual show in connection with the local A. and H. Association, was held during the week, ...

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

I NATURE'S ALLY MILLS ' B1LLABONG ' pumps DANK5,ri3°24 Pitt Street, Sydney. TROUGH1NG

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

CATTLE. About 3800 yarded. Quality me dium. Market about 10/- to 20/- dear or for good bullocks and without quot able change for other descriptions. There were 3,321 cattle listed for sale from 138 owners, and although some consignments did not arrive, extra cattle and unadvised lots brought tho yarding, including 230 from Queens land, up to 3,795. Many of the trucks included from 12 to 18 head of cattle, so that the actual supply of beef was considerably smaller than indicated by the large number yarded. The offer ing was mixed and included all de scriptions of veal and beef, from calves at 14/-, old dairy cows at 28/-, stags and hulls, to prime bullocks at £16 odd, and prime cows to £11. The general quality was on the medium side. Considering the size of the supply, good to prime cattle were comparative ly scarce. The proportion of good useful trade quality beef was also on the small side. Medium to plain cattle, 011 the other hand, made up a largo proportion of a heavy yarding, a...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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