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RECENT SALES OF SHORTHORN BULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

REG EDIT SALES OF SHORTHORN BULLS. DALGETY and CO., LTD., Sydney, report having recently sold the following well-bred Shorthorn bulls to Queensland buyers: — Acot. R. R. .Dangar, Mooki Springs, Qui rindi. 14 Shorthorn bulls, aees 15 to IS' months old. Account H. 0. Carter, Yarrainaii North. Quirindi, 10 Shorthorn bulls, 18 months to 2 years old, also 2 bull calves. Account H. C. Taylor, Turanville, Scone, 10 Shorthorn bolls, 2 years old, aud 15 bull calvea, 9 to 12 months old, Aooount Bowman Bros., Junr., Strowan, Jerry's Plains^ 20 Shorthorn bulls, lMi to V/j years old. The above sales, it is stated, were effected at satisfactory prices to Queensland buyors.

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THE SYDNEY WOOL TRADE Clearing Up A Miscellaneous Offering Wool Values Firm A SOUND OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

qM% 1 He '^1'ON.tiY WmOL IrCoJUft ^ SPECIAL WEEKLY REVIEW ' Clearing' Up ? - — _L_^___ — _ A Miscellaneous Offering Wool Vmlues Firm A SOUND OUTLOOK AKhpugh ono does not look for at tractive wool catalogues at tne clearing sales of a selling season, which 1b natu rally made up very largoly of oddments of dips and passed-in wools, the cata logues doalt with in Sydney this' week .have been brightened by the inclusion of some early autumn-shorn wools, which were particularly welcome. There was a big showing of crutchings, a fair display of Lambs' wool, and a propor tion of scoured, the selection altogether being up to expectations. ''Generally, the level of values for all good wools was quite uj- to th© point, at which, the March series closed, and in the case of the best fleece and lambs' wool thore was a hardening tendency. Skirtings and crutchings also sold well. Many re-oSerings of wool previously passed-in at auction wero made, .and -'m a big proportion of the cases a frac tional ...

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

ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS OF THE Standard Porfsmd CesiieiiiL' j C- ^ ^ ^ ' | H^Q ^ ^ °°^-i J TO BE REGISTERED . UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT (N.S.W.), 1899. ' ' . CAPITAL : ,£500, 000, divided into 500,000 Shares of £1 each. 350,000 Shares of il each are now offered for public subscription, payable 2/6 on application, 2/6 on allotment; - - the balance as and when required in calls hot /exceeding 2/6 per share at intervals of not less than three months. . ? . ? . ? , 75,000 Shares of il each fully paid are to be issued to Cement Products Limited in part payment for freeholds, 'i-nrng leases, etc., as set out herein. iSOOO cash is also to be paid to this Company. Vendors' Shares shall be deferred as to participation in profits and will not be entitled to any dividend return until a sura or sums amounting in all to 15 per cent, shall have been paid on all shares applied for by the public a ad allotted within one year from the registration of the Company. 76,000 Shares are to be held in reserve. 5...

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Country Stock Markets CROOKWELL SPECIAL STOCK SALE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

Country Stock Markets CROOKWELL SPECIAL STOCK SALE W. H. WHEATLEY reports having held a highly successful special Bale at Crookwell en 1st April. There were jorded 7500 sheep and 450 oaitle, and all sold except one yard of wethers and two yards of fat cattle. Thoro was a large attendance of buyex'B from outside districts as well as loci 1 cen tres. Bidding throughout the sheep salo wag consistent, aud all good lines realised prices quite equal to previous sales, but there was a weaker tendency of inferior sorts. The number of fat cattle yawled was beyond locxil requirements, and prices weakened, but all store cattlo sold well. Quotation* Pat Sheep: Xbred ewes 27s 6d to 29s ; xb iambs, 23b to 31b ; store ehcep, merino weth ers, 27s to 32s 6d ; merino ewes, 2 and 4 'tooth, 28a to 34s 6d, 4 years, 26s to 28b; aged ewes. 16s to 21s; merino weaners, 25s to 30a; obk ewca 25s to' 30s; cbk wrs., 25s to 27s 6d; xbred ewes, 25b to 27s ; xbred notllfixfl, 27s, r Fat Cattle: Prime bullocks to' ...

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

SPECIAL VALUE . Tea-Pot and Butter Dish Write for diV - )| ILLUSTRATED , CATALOGUE A Saunders 'Teapot.' ^S. ? I'ure silver-plated, highly burnished, plain design, 30/-. Sent Post Free throughout N.S.W. Batter^sn. and Knife. Pure Silver plated, Opal Glass Dish, 12/0. A. SAUNDERS WATCHMAKER — JEWELLER 805*813 Ceorge Street, Sydney (Opp. Railway Station).

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SALE OF "MASCOTTE" STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

SALE Ok- 'MASCOTTE' STATION. WILKINSON and LAVENDER are advertis. ing the sale of these pastoral propertie-i in our columns, to talte place at the Royal Exchange, Sydney, on Tuesday, 22nd inst. 'Uascotte' Station, which consists of 24.554 acres, of which about a quarter is freehold, is 24 miles from Narrabri, in the North West , district of New South Wales. Tho whole of the stock and plant will also be offered. 'Mascotto' is high-class fattening and woolgrowing, well subdivided with substan tial commodjous and comfortable house, bub and water Is laid on, and telephone con nection with Wee Waa. All out-buildin«s, well fitted wool shed, and private artesian bore. 'Iffley' Station, which will be offered tho same afternoon, id 16 miles from Merry winebono railway station. The area is about 12,000 ncres, and mil be sold with all stock and plant. A comfortable homestead is erected on the property, with ample water supply, and all necessary out-buildings. An abundant sup ply of bore water ...

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MAITLAND FAT STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

MAITLAND FAT STOCK MARKETS. J. ENtRIGHT reports :— * 875 fat cattlo yurded at Maitiand on Mon day lost, 31st March. The yarding oom. prised all descriptions. Prime quality was not so plentiful. The majority of the supply consisted of atr&a from fair to good quality, with only a small proportion of good to prime bullocks. Tbe usual attend - aaoe of buyers were present, and as tho number of good trade eatUo was well within roquirementa, the market showed a rise of from 16a to 25s for all clsassa, exoept plain and rough sorts, which were firmer. Best yards of bullooka made to £12 10b, prime medium to £9 10s, prime light to £8, rough sorts from £5. Best oows to £8 16s, medium from £4. We sold : Account Bowman Bros., Jerry's Plains, 30 steers to £11 3s 6d avg £8 19s; A. R. and P. Bowman, Singleton, 41 oowa to £5 103 avg £4 19 a; A. Gilder, Muawollbrook, 22 blks to £10 lis avg £10 5a; D. J. Flyn'n. Wouchope, 7 steers £5 Is, 4 oows £4 18s 6d; S. Cruickshank, 25 vealers £3 3s 6d; Sm...

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

Tally's 'Nevertire' Saddle at £8-6-0 I is Better than any Saddle at £10 of eveis 8 more. I Freight In N.S.W. / \\ {,):] tonearaot S \j A;l Porter . . . fl //y//i Railway | /Mw Station. | IJ/SW/ Queensland 1, C&# . _ Mmy Freight to ^ My/ neatest \ £2Z\ Port or \ Shlfj Station ^ t/U 8/- Extra. Of] -J. P. YALTY — A.I.P. UJ.,. t Him _ ? We can honestly say this, and, It is backed up by glowing testlmon Lt 8 satisfied users of the Nevertire. Our work Is the best, materials the best, and price lowest. The Nevertire lias hogskin seat, \ ietoria facings, leather points to panel, high, strong knee and thigh pads, folded leather girth, strong leathers, and -1-bar nickel plated «; ,up h-ons. Complete, with Mexican Surcingle FREE, .-68 16/-. A satisfied user says: — 'Coleslea,' heeton. 16/4f23 Dear Sir: Will you forward me as soon as possible one of your Never tite saddles complete with aur elngle, that I see you advertising in the Stock Journal.' I enclose ciieque for same, trusting th...

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKETS. W. H. WHEATLEY reports: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 April 1924

GOULBURN STOCK MARKETS. W. H. WHEAYLBT reports:— . A fair attendance of buyers at Wednea ? day's sales, including some outaido butch ers,- but operation 9 were restricted /mainly to local m en. Pat Sbceps Pair yarding. Market firm. Prices ebonies a oHglit improvement en Inst week's salcB. Crossbred wethers to 32a and crossbred owe« to £2; cbk wethers to 32s £d, xbred lambs to 30s, aud cbk lambs to 29s. Our sales included: Account Mr. F. Leliane, Tarago, xbred c/we.i to £2, 2-tooth cbk wethers from 28s to 32s 6d; xbred lambs to 30s, and cbk lambs at 29a ; account Mr. F. M. Gardiner, Baw Baw, aged merino ewes at 24s. No store sheep yarded. Fat Cattle: . Larke yarding, which was much in excess of butchers' requirements. Prices ruling at about last week's level. Best blks. to £8, others from £5 10s to £7; cows from £4 to £6 12s; heifers from £3 10s to £5 10s. A few store cattle yarded, which wore hjutl to quit at very low figures.

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

IBS?' I For Watering or | ||r Feeding Sheep, H ? m Cattle, Horses, fj Calves and Pigs ALL SIZES AND ALL LENGTHS ALSTON'S Patent Steel throughout. Put together with a wrench, no solder required. Cannot leak or pull apart, because tho Alston Patent Coupling makes a perfectly watertight joint without grooves to fracture the galvanising while locking every section together as rigidly as a bridge. 'flic heavy Steel Ancle Frnme and heavily Galvanised Steel Sheets used, together with our patent coupling, § are points which make the ALSTON TKOl'GMING superior to all others. Send for ilUflrated leaflet. JAMES ALSTON & SONS PTY. LTD. QUEEN'S BRIDGE, MELBOURNE

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TALLOW (Thursday, April 10, at 10 a.m.). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

TALLOW (Thursday, April 10, at 10 a.m.). 1. SUfclUT.E, B1SLL AND CO., LTD 2. PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD ' 3. DALGETY AND CO , LTD. . 4. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. 6. GEORGE H. MOXHAM AND CO 6. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND' CO LTD. '- 7. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 8. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 9. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD 10. NEW ZEALAND. LOAN and MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD 11. F. & G. C. G. I. A. CO,. LTD ' ssoanaEsassssEDBQEnacEon s: .soBBBossBimsnmi

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SHEEPSKINS (Fri., April 11, at 9.30 a.m.) HIDES, CALFSKINS, ETC. (at 1.30 p.m.). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

SHEEPSKINS (Fri., April 11, at 9.30 a.m.) hi IDES, CALFSKiNS, ETC. ' (at 1.30 p.m.). 1. F. & G. C. G. I. A. CO., LTD. 2. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD. 3. PITT, SON AND BADGERY, LTD. 4. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 5. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. 6. GEORGE H. MOXHAM and CO. 7. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD. 8. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 9. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 10. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. Ll. NEW ZEALAND LOAN and MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. MARSUPIAL SKINS, ETC. (Wed nesday, April 30, at 9.30 a.m.) 1. PITT, SON & BADGERY. LTD. 2. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 3. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. , 4. GEORGE H. MOXHAM & CO. 6. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., ' LTD. 6. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 7. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 8. WINCHCOMB1, CARSON, LTD. ,9. NEW ZEALAND LOAN and MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD 10. F. & G. C. G. I. A. CO., LTD. 11. SCHUTE, BELL S. CO., LTD

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HIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

- ' HIDES. 9861 were catalogued, s'ai'f Opening: values were a ohado easier for . extreme liBhtweightB, and firmer v'j v : - for other sorts, and values improved as sales progressed, the market closing dearer all -round. Extreme lights may be quoted from par to %d, lights and light mediums %d to Vid, and mediums %d to %d per lb. better, while heavy averages were also rather higher. .Calfskins and yearlings were decided ly lower. QUOTATIONS. Per lb. d. ft. PICKED STOUT HEA.VIES to 15 HEAVY WEIGHTS (over 621bs.)— Best condition .... 9 to 10%. Heavy condition .... 7 to 8% MEDIUM WEIGHTS (461bs. to BOlbs.)— Best condition ? 6% to 9 Heavy condition . . 5% to 614 LIGHT MEDIUM WEIGHTS (401b. to 441b.)— Best condition ? 5% to 6% Heavy condition .... 5 to 5% LIGHT WEIGHTS (351b. to 381b.)— Best condition .... 5% to 5% Heavy condition .... 4% to 5 EXTREME LIGHT WEIGHTS (281b. to 331b.)— Best condition .... 5% to 5% Heavy - 'Condition .. 4% to 5% CUT ' HIDES-^K-i ? Medium 'baft — ; heavyweight...

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Roster of Forthcoming Produce Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Tuesday April 8, at 9.30 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

Roster of Forthcoming Produce Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Tuesday, April 8, at 9.30 a.m.) 1. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 2. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO.. LTD. 3. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LTD 4. NEW -ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD 6. F. & G. C. G. I. A. CO., LTD 6 SCHUTE, BELL AND CO.. LTD 7. PITT, SON AND BADGERY, LTD. 8. DALGETY AND CO., LTD 9. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, .LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD :0. G. H. MOXHAM AND c6. .1. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO.,

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HORSE TALK ROSEHILL AUTUMN MEETING BOOKMAKERS' GOOD DAY Outsiders Win [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

[?] (By 'Merrigang') gllMI s©c©ee-©©©©©©©©-fe©©©®j©©e©©©©©ee®e©©©©©e©©©© ROSEHILL AUSTUMN MEETING ? L — 3|S- — ? ? ? BOOKMAKERS' GOOD DAY Outsiders Win Despite the threatening weather, there was a good attendance of race goers iast Saturday. In some of the races Don castor Handicap and Sydney Cup oondidates were engaged; and many people were present mostly to get a line on the true big events of the A.J.O. Autumn Meeting. ' Poi'li.'inu last Saturdav'H form in. somo cases was unreliable, as the going Was really heavy, although in 'tho sad dling paddock tlie ground. Beemed io have been affected but little by the heavy rains of a few days before. On tho track it was evident that the wet weather had considerable influence ; For in a number of instances horses were seen to iilounder a deal. This was moat noticeable at a point close to the on^ furlong post. — , There were not any accidents due tp the condition of the track ; and although that fine spriner, Laneffe, dropped dead while comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

and published by 'Rr/LLIAM BROOKB. l? Castlereaeh St., Sydney, ST 1S9CK: JOURNAL' news E&PBa 'COMPANY, LTD., at their J?ai°S2i Castlereagh St., Sydney, in the State ot Now Sooth Waleo.

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WAR OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

WAR OF THE FUTURE. However strong and however power ful in the air a nation may bo, it can not prevent' airplanes of a rival coun try penetrating its defences. In the war of the future one bomb will wipe out the inhabitants of a small town and a rain of bombs will destroy every liv ing tiling in a large city. The profession of arms will bo reduced to an absurdity. No one, neither com hrtants. nor non-combatants win survive, and for all we. can ? tell, civilisation may end ui . 'use and smoke. To arm, therefore is not to defend tho country from attack by air, for the country is virtually i» de- fensible. All we can do is retaliate and wipe out our enemies and so do to tikem what thoy can do to us. rl. G. Wells, British novelist. ' Movie Director. 'But look here, if ho's going to throw me into^ the rapids, how am I going to get out.'' Director:. 'That's all right. xou don't appear again.'

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SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1824. SALES WERE HELD BY THE SYDNEY WOOL SELLING 4 BROKERS. viz.:— 5 AUSTRALIAN. MERCANTILE,. LAND AND FINANCE CO. .3 ' LTD.: CO-OPERATIVE WOOL and PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY 4 PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD.: DALGETY AND CO.. LTD.; f r ? . FARMERS' AND GRAZIER^ CO-OPERATIVE CO., LTD.; GOLDS t- BROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD.; NEW ZEALAND IX) AN AND ,t - MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.; PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.; fs.r, SCEUTB, BELL AND CO., LTD.; WINCHCOMBE CARSON. LTD, f SHEEPSKINS. -,???; ; ? 37,852 were forward. The usual buy ? - era wero present and while short stap v- , . ? led lines were at times a little irrcgu i lar and easier, all other descriptions re . ?? ? calved strong' support at very firm ' ? prices. , QUOTATIONS. ? Per lb. i ? Merino— d. d. .:j: Full wools— ? Beat ? ? 22 to 24% Ordinary ? 19 to 21 '? -? Three-quarter wools — Best ? 20 to' 22% /! . ,?. ? Ordinary ? 18% to 19% :i Half wools — :T ' Best ? ? 18 to 19% ij :r Ordinary...

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Chicken Pox, or warts. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

Chicken Pox, or warts. This is a contagious disease caused by a fungus, and occurs in chickens, turkeys, pigeons, and sometimes in geese. It is quite prevalent and very destructive among young chickens, espe cially in northern districts. The disease appears as an eruption of yel low nodules, about the beak, nostrils, eyes, and other parts of the head. These nodules reach their full de velopment in live to ten days' when 4l,n.r !I u-!i.tf-rv (1 i.seliaree . which afterwards, changes to a thick yellow-' isli mattor. As the disease .pro gresses tho birds grow thin and weak, and death resets. In cases of spon taneous recovery, tho nodules dry up and form crusts, which later crumble away- . ? *4. The parasite causing it penetrates tho skin of a healthy individual either through an abrasion, through punctures caused by bites of lice, etc., or less frequently through the normal skin. The disease is\ most prevalent during warm, damp weather, and consequently is most fatal to late-hatched ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

MAKE MOM1EY .On tW sal©/ of your Fat Stack -v . By .takiag.' advantage of - ^ 7 the BENEFITS OUR ORGANISATION OFFERS Fxporieaced Auctioneers „ Personal attention to all business. Prompt Rdurto WIRE YOUR TRUCK REQUIREMENTS TO BADGERY BROTHERS LIMITED 10 Castlereagh Street SYDNEY I

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