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FORAGE AND GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

FORAGE AND GRAIN. FOEAGF,: Hunter Bive^ lucerne hay, £4 to £6 per ton; Tasmanian derrick pressed straw, oaten £4/10/-; wheaten £5; Tafl .wjrlan oaten chaff, £5/10/- to £6 per ton. GRAIN : Maizo, Northern B-rvers, 4/(j. OA3S: Algerian, Tasmanian. 3/9 to 3/10, ox cfaorioo 4/-; local, 3/_ to 3/9; whites, good M-. prim© 4/2 to 4/3; Capo barley, 4/6 to 4/9 per bushel, 1 MILLET: Prime, long hurl and selfwork ing, £36 to £40 per ton. PEAS: Blue, 9/-, grey 8/6 to 9/- buehel. VEGETABLES : Potatoes, Tasmanian Brownells, £8 10s; Bismarcks. £7 10a; Pink eyes £6; onions, Victorian Brown Spanish . £9 10s per ton.

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

Sussex Street DAIRY PRODUCE. BtJ'iTKIi : Choicest, 144/8 por c*»t., plus boxes and cartage. BACON : Sides. 1/4 to 1/5 ; flitches 1/3V4 to 1/4VS; middleo l/6%d, shoulders /10% to 1/-; special brands, middles, 1/7, flitches 1/4. HAMS: Local, single cloth 1/6 to 1/9; special brands, in seed, 1/10 to 1/10 'A; single oloth, 1/9. Oh wiKHW : Local, prime loaX, / 9'6, prime lax&e / 9 to / 9%; Tfnmeruita 10%d. EGGS: New-laid, nice graded lots 2/6, branded 2/7; pallets 1/11; northern rivers, South Ooast and railways, 2/- to 2/2; duck, new-laid. Z/i to 2/4. BEESWAX: Choice 1£ to 1/6 per lb. HONEY : Choice /6, good /5 to /fed, in ferior from /4. ItATU) : Bulk, /11V4, packets 1/- por lb. POOL/TRY ' : Railway and riyer conslgn jnento; old bens 3/- to 3/6; roosters, young, 5 1- to 7/-: others 5/- to 8/6; lluacovy dra&cs &/- to 10/-; ducks, young, 5^. to 7/-; old S(S; turkeys, bsna, 10/- to -14/- ; gobblers, 15/- to 35^-; pigeons, /9 to 1 /-.

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

FOR WORMS Iffl SBtEEF' COOPER'S WORM TABLETS cure severe Infestation audi prevent reinfestanon. They are very easily administered, and there is no risk of choking or injury to the lungs as with liquid drenches. , A tin containing 200 tablets easily fits in the pocket, and cau always be carried so as to dose wormy sheep at any time. ZL 2 2 Z ~ ZL. □ FOR ERASING SHEEP. ^ ? El Use COOPER-KEMP Sheep Braad- p ing Liquid. 1 13' COOL'ER-KfciMl' will not injure the wool. I - □ COOPER-KEMP will brand sheep || equally well wet or dry. ll it OOOPER-KEMP Is impervious to L' moisture, yet when subjected to tiie H ordinary process of scouring will .13 dissolve out readily. g COOPER-KEMP can be applied £3 immediately before or immediately fg after dipping. ' fs Made in three colours — Black, fa Red and Blue. : n

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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FARM PRODUCE MARKETS Sussex Street and Alexandria—The Week's Sales DAY BY DAY [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

[?] Sussex Street and Alexandria — - The V/oek'o Sales BAY ? BY DAY 8omo plight rod actions wore mado in Prioea for special brands of bacon, and In lard. Tho first casea of branded egga ar rived and. sold at one penny per dozen over osual rates; do&lors, however, did not bociii especially anxious to possess them. Onions woro increased 30s a ton on lato rates. An unusually small Alexandria yarding ex oiwxi xeen competition. Ksga were firmer on Wednesday. No fur ther supplies of Moruya or Bodalla cheescs had arrived, owing to tho wrecked Ben , andra still obstructing boats calling at Moruya. There -was a small turnover in the forago and grain scction. Alexandria produce waa generally poor. Thoro was a good demand for prime stuffs, but no supply to meet it. Prices wero dearer all round. Thoro waa a steady demand for eggs 011 Thursday. Kameraka cheoso was reduced lMfd per lb., and met with a good sale. Onions again advanced 103 a. -ton, and sold well. Buttor waa firm. Another po...

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

0 m Cooper Products are world-famed for their outstanding quality and uniformity of composition. Stockowners purchasing any 'Cooper' Products are guaranteed an article that has the backing of an organisation world-wide in its exj perience and activities. IHI1I COBPtB l flEPIHI mm) LUTED By Appointment. 4 O'COWNELL STREET, vjy|A SYDNEY.

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THE VETS NEW ACT. PRINCIPAL PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

THE VETS ? NEW ACT. PRINCIPAL PROVISIONS. Under tlie provisions of the Veterin ary SuTgeons Act, it is encumbent on all persons desiring to practise as Veterinary Surgeons, to obtain a cer tificate of registration- from the Hoard of Veterinary Surgeons of New South Wales. It is further provided that, after a period of sis months, from the coming into operation of tho Act, no person oltlier than a registered veterinary surgeon shall practise as a veterinary surgeon, or take or use the name vete rinary surgeon or the term veterinary or any abbreviation thereof, either alone or in connection with any other name, title or business, except as in dicating that he carried 011 a business as a supplier of wares or materials used in connection with veterinary science. As tlie period of six months referred to above will terminate on 30th June, 1924, any person wishing to practise as a veterinary surgeon should take im mediate stops to obtain registration. The necessary forms and information ca...

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

1 FOR BLOW. FLY. i During the worst plow Fly years 5= ever experienced In ? Queensland, I COOPEJR'S POWDER DIP came out jH aheud' of all other remedies tried, s Hundreds of prominent sheep | owners wrote in the following § strain — ' ? / gj 'From our experience I cannot S recommend anything better thai) P ' the Orion Downs method of sp'ray s Ing with Cooper's Powder Dip. I f§ , have given this a very extensive If trial, and I feel assured that bad g it not been for this treatment we s should never had! coped with the H fly trouble amongst the stud § sheep.' g R. P. LORD, Victoria Downs/ Hor H ven, Q,: E) A oopy oJf ? our Booklet, 'The Blow-Ply. pi Peat,' sent post free on application. IftCTitg; ? ? ? — -1 ? ? '1 Z1 u FOR TREE KILLING. COOPER'S WEEDICIDE is a highly concentrated arsenical preparation for the following purposes: — TIMBER.— It will kill green tim ber with great rapidity and prevent suclcering. WEEDS. — It will destroy all weeds on putlis, drives, and gravel space, chip...

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

HULLPS EngiBsh Full Strength Crystal ST^YGHlii.E per' 4/6 ounce W. A. SMELLIE S CO,, Hamilton Sfroef, Sydnoy. Bliummv I»H^ iujiii MQ. Ill I mi ?iiiiixxrtTTnTr'' ?

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POST OFFICE. PROFIT FOR THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

POST OFFICE. PROFIT FOR THE YEAH. The annual report of the Postmaster General's Department, which was tabled in the House of Representatives by the Postmaster-General (Mr. Gib son), showed a profit for the year end ed June 30 last of £1,466,059, after allowing for interest on capital . amounting to £780,235. The earnings were £9,898,158, as against £9,347,656 for the previous year 1921-22, being an increase of £550,502, or 5.89 per cent. The postal branch showed a profit of £1,365,004, compared with a profit of £1,253,285 the previous year; the telegraph branch showed a loss of £78,459. compared with a profit of £1809 the previous year; and the tele phone branch showed a profit of £179, 455, compared with a profit of £250, 986 the previous year. It was announced that £153,875 was expended during the year in the pur chase of sites. Included in this sum were amounts of £80,000 for the pur chase of additional land for the re modelling of tlie G.P.O., Sydney, and £35,250 for a site for ...

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Pre-Selection Should Go [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Pre- Selection Should Go YOU never can be sure just how a big conference will act. Crowd psychology comes into the arguments. But the probabilities are that the coming A.L.P. conference will decide to abolish pre-selection. It is practically certain that most of the city Labor Members of Parlia ment will fight hard for pre-selection. They feel that if pre-selection goes their chances of getting back to Parliament after next elections will be further endangered. But the ballot-box scandals have disgusted many men and women in the Labor Movement, and tliey are determined tnat pre-seiection must go. They look like winning at tbe Conference. Where you have Proportional Representation, pre-selection is an anachron ism. Once you have Proportional Representation, tie natural corollary is to abolish pre-selection. The necessity then for pre-selection has ceased to exist. Mr. Ley, Minister for Justice, stated last week that there was a de finite understanding that Proportional representation...

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Set Up a Drift from the City to the Country [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Set Up a Drift from the City to the Country WHY do not more city youths go on tlie land? Partly, because the educational system does not tend that way. Colonel Bruxner, leader of the Progressives, touched on the subject at 'Wagga last week. 'We cannot get them away from the city,' lie said. 'The bulk of the parents are trying to get their boys into professions. The high school system is tending that way, and is really encouraging tlie boys and their narents in that wav. There should be more rural education in the city, if we are going to have our own men on the land.' Colonel Bruxner is right! Education in the cities and big towns is more particularly framed for the professions, and city occupations generally. For the matter of that, much of the education throughout the State has a city instead of rural bias. It tends to make professionals and clerks and tram conductors rather than farmers. Of recent years a change for the better lias been initiated. A few rural schools have been es...

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How Some of Them Love the Progressives [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

How Some of Them Love the Progressives MR. Levy, Speaker in the N.&.W . Assembly, remarked last week that, 'Nationalist attacks on the Progressives were a mistake!' Of course they are 1 They only serve to widen the breach between the two Parties, and make it more difficult to secure good Government. Self-constituted' critics notwithstanding, the Progressives, have just as much right to exist as the Nationalists, or any other Party! Nationalists who go out of their way to attack the P ro-ressives will not kill the Progressives really, and they certainly are not making the Nationalists' cause any more popular. Some of the Federal Nationalists are complaining of propaganda issued by the Country Party. But what have they- to say of some of the stuff that is written in Nationalist papers about the Country Party? Take, for example, what Mr. H. S. Gullett, special political correspon dent in Melbourne, for the Sydney 'Sunday Times' is writing. In the last issue he wrote that 'Count...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Why Does the Government Monkey So with Maize? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Why Does the Government Monkey So with Maize? SOME day the Federal Government may rise to a consistent common sense policy on maize importations. As things are, you never know what the Government is going to do next about it. And this uncertainty is bad for everybody. One month you hear there is a dumping duty on maize, the next month you hear there is not. The following month you hear there is. You need a special man to keen check ot it! When New South Wales and Queensland, last year, were suffering from an Old Man Drought, the dumping duty was on. Then it was taken off, only to be reimposed a little later. It was taken off again, and now we read it is on again. A sort of off-again-on-again Finnigan policy. This sort of thing will make it impossible for the maize importers to go on. They cannot afford the political risks, and the danger is they will give up the business altogether. Probably the Federal Government can tell you that it is acting in ti e interest of Australian farmers...

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

I | GaAmate ? - §L Copper (p«re) f&SEEfr Price, 2/3 lb. Packed in 101b. tins. Doss 80 bushels of Wheat. S This is the Purest Quality possible to obtain, and in very fine 1 powder form, for PREVENTION of I SMUT, BUNT, Etc, in WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY. F. W. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., SI Hunter Street, Sydney. |

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What Readers Think SHEEP AND RABBITS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

What Readers Think |^j SHEEP AND RABBITS Mr. W. E. Abbott, of Wingen, re plying to correspondence in the 'Daily Telegraph,' writes Will you let me say a few words in reference to Mr. J. P. Osborne's re marks on this subject, in jour issue of the mil inst. i uo not where Mr. Osborne got liis knowledge of the sheep industry, nor how long he has been engaged in sheep production in New South Wales. Thirty-two years ago (1892), New South Wale3 carried over 62,000,000 merino sheep, on country not nearly so well improved as it is to-day, and with a less area stocked and watered. Then there were practically no rab bits. To-day Now South Wales car ries about 32,000,000 merinos and cross bred sheep, on a guess by the stock inspectors, without complete return3; I would put the guess at 30,000,000 or Tinder. But to-dfiy, New South Wales is currying 500,000,000 rabbits or more. Ten rabbits use the food of one sheep, and spoil what is left. If rabbits were eliminated New South Wales could carry w...

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FLAX-GROWING [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

FLAX-GROWING Mrs. Mary K. McCrncken, B.S.C., writes: — In reply to Mr. J. B. Cranisie^ on ilax-growing in New South Wales: J) lax will grow in any part of N.S.W., pro viding the ground is well cultivated. I sowed in April; the frost does not hurt the flax and average rainfall of 2(iin. will yield a good crop. Its a poor man's crop, as it requires no manure, and I am prepared to pay £10 per acre for the crop standing. 1 will do ihe treatment, as it must be pulled at a certain time. I wrote a book on the cultivation and treatment generally. 1 wanted the Government to put It in the schools for our young folk to get interested in the industry, but the Education De partment would not pay for . the books on the plea that tliey had no money. I.f tlioy paid for the copyright they could print the book tliemselves. I have all the plant for treating the flax bv hand; 1 had an exhibition in the Sydney Toun Hall at Armistice time. Had Mr. Cratnsie visited tho Exhi bition he would not have to dis...

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

Save 38/- oil fthe Purchase of A Medical Library SPECIAL OFFER TO SUBSCRIBERS TO 'THE STOCK and ST A TION JOURNAL ' ' until SATURDAY, APRIL 26th, 1924. KNOWING THAT DR. MUSKETT'S GREAT WORKS, 'THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL GUIDE' and 'THE ATTAINMENT OF HEALTH and the treatment of the different diseases by means of Diet,' are of most value to people resident in the country and far removed from medical aid, we are making a SPECIAL OFFER of the Books at reduced prices (o subscribers to this paper for a limited period. THE PUBLISHED PRICES OF THE WORKS ARE:— The Illustrated Australian Medical Guide £3 3 0 The Attainment of Health .. £l 5 0 £4 8 0 Until tlie date above-mentioned we will send POST FREE to any subscriber of the Stock Journal THE TWO MEDICAL WORKS FOR ? £2 10 0 A Saving of ? ? £1 18 0 All orders, accompanied by cash and posted not later than Saturday, April 26, 1924, will be supplied at the reduced price for the two books — £2/10/-. Both works are an acquisition to any...

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SINGLETON STOCK SALES. GRAINGER and FALKINER, LTD. report on Wednesday's sales: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SINGLETON STOCK SALES. GRAINGER and FALKINER, LTD., report on Wednesday's sales:— Fat Cattle : Tho yarding was a very heavy one, and the quality generally satis, factory. The yarding was made up prin. cipally of steers, cows and heifers — very few bullocks forward. Competition throughout was exceptionally good and values for all descriptions dhow a decided improvement over last weeks rates. Bullocks mado to £10 14s fid, steers to £7 15s, cows to £6 14s, heifors to £(L,i3u 6d, vealer3 to £3 14s. Store Cattle : Tho yarding waa fairly heavy , made up of rather a larger propor tion of strs. and blks of from fair to good quality than of late. The balance of the yarding was made up of cows nd mixed young cattle. There was a good attendanco of buyers, competition throughout was ac tivo, and valiw-s in advance of lato rates. Bullocks made to £6 lis, steers to £4 15s 6d, cows to £3 Is, heifers to £3 7s, calves to 25a. Springers : The offering was a very heavy one, tho quality generally only ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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MAITLAND FAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

MAITLANO FAT STOCK MARKET* 3lHt^'li)2-i* rePort Monday, March Sheep : 3COO yarded. Following on tho heavy supply of last week, this was in ex cess of requirements. Buyers wore not keen, and the market was weaker and generally lower. Sales: N.Z. aud Aust. Laud Co., Ltd., 16 ®. ,i!:nd w 32'i', 14 lambs 27/4, 36 hoggets 26/10, 67 xb e 25/-, 8 shorn ram iambs 25/4, 8 xb e 20/-; W. F. Buffier, 40' m w 36/10, J..f- 75 do. 33/10, 40 do. 31/4, 30 do. 30/10, 30 xb o 30/1. Cattle : 850 yarded. This waa a much lighter supply than of late, and consisted mostly of light and medium-weight cattlo. Oow beef was plentiful, but very few prinio heavy bullocks forward. The market open, ed to good competition and prices wero generally 20/. bettor than last day. Sales: W. J. Kirk, 4 steers £7 6s, 1 ditto. £5 6s, 2 cows £4 12a, 4 hfrs. £4 lis, .1 buU £4 18s, 1 do. £3 18s 6d, 1 calf £1 15«; W. Donnas, 12 blks £8 18s 6dj W F. Buffier, 1 cow £7 19s, 1 do. £7 8s 6d, 1 do. £7 SB, 2 stags £6 i 14s, 4 strs. £6 1...

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SPECIAL STORE SHEEP SALE NEWMARKET (VIC.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SPECIAL STORE SHEEP SALE NEWMARKET (VIC.). Attention of storo stock osvners is drawn to an, advertisement appearing in to-day's issue, announcing a large special store sheep sale at Newmarket, on Wednesday, April 16. to be conducted by John McNamara and Co., auctioneers, Melbourne. Owing to the great rains throughout Victoria, tliero is a splendid demand, and a yarding ol' 25.000 sheep or more is required for buyors Trucking and border arrangements are ad vertised. A Labour member of th? House of Commons declares tbat 'the public should be considered.' This is revolu tion 1 One politician might say to another: Consider the public — how they growl 1

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