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Moulting Show Birds. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

Moulting Show Birds. Good nourishing foods are necessary to get show birds safely through the moult. Various foods are recommended as being suitable for the_ production of new plumage. Foods rich in albu minoids are essential to the quick pro duction of new feather, as are also foods rich in oils. A good moist mash for moulting fowls can be secured by mixing together equal parts, by mea sure, of bran and peameal, scalding unniirrli nnllnrd to work the whole into a nice crumbly state. Two or three 'times a week a little good meat meal may be mixed with the mash, and once a week some well-stewed linseed. The' best grain food will consist of a mixture of hulled oats, wheat, and hempseed. Plenty of green food will bo necessary to insure a cool condition of the blood. A dust bath will also be necessary to safeguard - tho birds against tho at tacks of parasites Pure, clean, cool water is an essential factor to health, as is also . an occasional tonic, than which there is nothing better 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 — 8 April 1924

! SEND YOUR: — WOOL, STOCK .and PRODUCE TO Tha CQURTBT PRODUCERS , SLUM COMPART, Limitsi Advances Made when Required, . ? . muni J1BWI1' 1 'mi l.M I rniuniirmiinJi'ii.a AA.-V^rr^-HIH ?? - I'.'i ^ fm If you have any Rabbit Skins to sell ? Think of 1 1 SCHUTE, BELL & CO. LTD. j: , H THEY WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR CO. | -.v.: . Offices;* 44 Bridge Street, SyUbey. ? 8 c* * '?* S | | Farmers & Graziers' Co-operative €©„ | I LEADERS IN SELLING OF BUTCHERS' AND STATION PRODUCE | §j Great care in weighing. Goods displayed to best advantage. I 1 | OUR SALESMEN HAVE SPENT A LIFE-TIME IN THE BU8INE88 ANdI | 1 | THROUGH THIS EXPERIENCE' ARE IN A POSITION TO I S r| S ? _j^.. ' * S I § ALWAYS OBTAli: 'FULL RULING VALUES I ?| g Which' is '& big consideration to sellers. § i I ' MM. Consign ? | I f 'IPWIS & GRAZIERS' - | - ^!Uag^E^imianM«^i^|nii^^aagM!Rgi^g«^5S'ilMlSMag^flBSa^BI!aBifliBBganaE3aBaBBEBBIBDaE3BaBaBBBBaaBBBElBBBEgBBHga^

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The poultryman's Thanksgiving. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

The Poultryman's Thanksgiving. 'What's a poultry-raiser got to be thankful for with feed so high, and egg prices, comparatively, so low? You may ask yourself. But the answers, besides many per sonal reasons, can unusually bo found on the poultry-raiser's place by point ing out that where other people have to pay what they call 'fancy prices for eggs to use, and apparently stnr prices for a Sunday poultry dinner, the raiser of poultry usually has a ? choice dinner of Select and juicy chick ens two or three times a week. And this is real, fresh-killed, toothsome chicken, not last season's product al 1 lowed to await decomposition for many inoons in a cold storage house. And for breakfast, and often for luncheon, and dinner, too, the poultry raiser can have real eggs, eggs that have the I bloom of youth oil their cheeks, and not hen fruit held as* long as the law will ? permit in some store, then pack ed away on ice to await a few mouths more before being eaten. The average poultry-rai...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Feeding Layers and Breeders. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

| Feeding Layers and Breeders. I Where edible eggs for markoting l - are mainly concerned, two classes of 'i stock are, or should be, kept, namely, ? laying .stock and breeding stock. The former, which' will, of course, form the greater portion of the stock, should be of the bied-to-lay order, and should be fed on loods ncli in egg-producing ; +1.„ tiirin thov rfiflflon eiuuioni'D iium j ~ — ; ? up for laying, until they show signs of moulting. A liberal amount oi animal matter whenever insect food falls short 011 the range should be fed, as nothing equals annnal matter for forcing eggs without involving a break down of ihe digestive system. lhe continual use of a mild iron tonic is admissable, but tho use of pungent spices calls for condemnation, as soon er or later, they do harm rather than good. Good sound grains and meals used in conjunction with a liberal al lowance of animal matter, and vege tation cannot be beaten as egg produ-^ cers.' aiid Where eggs in plenty cannot be''to6...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

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Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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POULTRY Progressive Poultry Culture Poultry Manure as a Fertiliser. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

[?] Progressive Poultry Culture '? ' ?' . . . 'j%. * ' ? (By ' Daektoing .') I Poultry EsSanuro as a Fertiliser. ' Pouiiry manure is four times as high in nitrogen as burn manure, and contains .three times as much phos-. phorus. But it is low in potash. Nitrogen is hsjrd to retain — its place is in the air, and it makes every at tempt to return-, to its proper element. The waste of nitrogen and the result Iant loss of a source of profit to the poultryman is because of the improper care given the manure. Mature left to dry. out quickly loses the greater part of its nitrogen. To - keep poultry, manure, mix it with dry earth, or old dry sawdust, and place in barrels or a cement receptacle un der cover; and in a dry place, where the fertiliser will not leak out. Keep the top covered at all times, so that the nitrogen may not escape into the air. Let every poultryman do his best to aid in the' conservation of this fertiliser, and add to his poultry * profits.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Women In Country And City Another Country Club [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

: V:; v.: ^ ;? .-v-: ????? ?? .-.?.?.- ,. ; ..???? .. - ? 1 -? 1 ... V . Womeim Him Aimd CMy I ? ???'? ? . . . . / ? .?? ?.-??? .. [ . ? - — ? (Conducted by Mrs, E» M, ItmmeJ- | W?°'V 1 1 ' Another Country Club II'' j, * Tho first committee meeting fox 1924 of tho Nyngflti Branch of the Country iY' I Wom^a'a Association, was hold on 2SMi 'f ' Miwreh, and laosshora aro in good spirits p,- '' 'to nudoriako the problems of^tho year. It is greatly regretted that our Presi s/' dent (Sirs. McLeod) finds it impossible ?' . } ' to attead More© Conference as one of f , the delegates. Tho nomination of auss .mamas was unanimuumy uj^iusju ? upon, but being absent from the dis trict the branch is foroed to await her answer. Tho branch Jim agreed to go _ thor oughly- into tho matter of establishing a Best Room, and Girilambone, Col 1 lorina and Mullengudgery havo been ? approached to secure tnoir support. It is hoped to havo a series of First Aid lectures, and to obtain and interest associate me...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

COLUMBIAN WYANDOTTES. rp HE pio»t beautiful of nil Fowls — Wondorful X Layers and Grand TaMo Fowls. 1 lmvc, the greatest strain o( tliis breed ever bred or landed lu Australia. I have imported . my Btoek from the beat studs lit America uiul England. Birds that jhavo won at Madison Square Garden Show, - the greatest poultry show In tho world, and from England's greatest luylng stud. Nothing better to be had. .Write me for particulars. Cor regpomlence Is n pleasure. * . F. OWEN FRENCH, 02a Pitt St., -SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Mullengudgery Branch [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

MuHengudgery Branch ' The usual monthly meeting of the Mullengudgery Branch of the Country Women's Association was held on Sat urday, the 15th inst. Mrs. G. Murphy, presided. The ' members aro most anxious to have a rest-room established in Nyngan for - th© convenience of Country Women go in» inkii t/iwr find fi 1r\f+nv lino Vtonn seat' to -'Mrs. A .P. Douglas, th© organ ising secretary for this district, to see if arrangements can be- made with tho s ?other branches of the district to estab lish this work during the coining year.

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

— /fa in 'imiOB' I HIGH-GRADE ITUI SADDLE It (iMf-fl This fine saddle has several features not r W' 111 possessed by other saddles and which I || J-dd to the comfort and pleasure of rld I In It the usual skirt Is dispensed with Ij and a combined flap and skirt Is used, ; J sown direct on to tho seat — this gives 3 a narrower non-chafing1 grip. The pads % ' are set high up along: th© rider's thighs, - n giving- the utmost security tor rough ?) if riding. The saddle is high-grade i /IS throughout In workmanship, and mate /// rials, and is fitted with folded leather ? ffff girth, bevelled leathers and solid nickel stirrups. mAjffl nap .-3 en /ra Freight paid for cash *9 /In /SI wlth order to any ota ^ Jil3/ID/D ways! NAW* RBU THE 'BEEB1E' HORSE ill! AS tTSED ON XINI.ABK — , OWNED BY _ /// \ HJEt.H. TBCE PBINCE OP WAXES. & W \ , Made of Thompson's Super White , sV - Bleached Canvas (not Cotton Duck) and lined with good warm collar '«8^SgNv 5ft 31n. 51't. 61n. 5ft. 9in. Oft, 6f t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Help for the Country Welfare Stations [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

Help for the Country Welfare Stations ' - Just at a.jtimo when the ^importance ' of establishing the Welfare centres , in coiihthry tiwHis^isi Jteccivinpfthe ;kiobu att&btion'of *.'tho Country -Wofriitt'fe( Ad-. Bopiatio^ iij^communication.co^e^ f-rftjni faxQ)pty$Gfflers and Babiesjcontai^ng a letter,' which it has received from the local Government Association of New South- Wales. ? frL» a ? :i ? .'x. , . XMO bUilUitt 10 qUiCO Wl~ tain that if th© Royal Society were to v establish Welfare centres in the various -.country -towns, th© local Councils would be quite, willing to assist the Society in every possible way. * We also wish the Country Women's Association could p-.rv.'',.--'assiBt.'-likewi8e. in a most valuable way, ' by providing accommodation for the ^'.c-wKtirsevto' 'work- in at our oountry clubs, ? and possibly where th© Club has resi dential quarters for her. to live. ? :? Then ??? th© - .-Country Women, having ;p - taken cot under their - special charge, ' would...

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

— ? ? ? ? mi ? ? mini n mini bi ? ? ? ? ? ' ' . ' .: .: — COUSIN TO — , V; wit fflssftiippii mim nsffl MranFW inm . llLllllilll, Mill IHl ySMnU a , m HiBHEST market values. I WOOL, RABBIT SKINS,' MARSUPIAL 1 h^e. I ' prompt returns. ' - j SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, BARK, HIDES, j p aced In a SEPARATE ^RU-St, 1 ,1 Liberal Advances it Required. 9 A B7,T j -account with our Banters.— ? \ '? ; . 8 TALLOW, HAIR, BONES, -GRAIN, Etc. L. ? n,„ - ' K. de L. CUDMORE, Manager. Correspondence Invited. Agents £or Western Assurance Co. — Fire aisd Marat©

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Delegates for the Conference [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

i fv ' V- ? Delegates for the Conference ' The delegates chosen by the Cumber ;v, , land branch as representatives at the »^?fe.f-'Moree roonference - In May, are, Dame Alice Ghisholm, Mrs. Osborn England IW r/ v ((Manly ), and Mrs. Lugsden (Mosman). our hoa. secretaries please remem s;b . ber that all' motions' which they wish to- be placed upon the. agenda paper ?:j ; . should be in the hands of the organls ti^ inir secretary this month. It is. also urgently necessary to let head office have a fiUl list of members, as an. oilicial count is needed for the conference, and to remember that mem : bers-must be financial before they can vote, ,

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FOXSKINS, ETC. (Wednesday, April 30, at 10.30 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

FOXSKINS, ETC. (Wednesday, April 30, at 10.30 a.m.) o' & BADGERY, LTD. V AND Co., LTD. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE 4 u FINANCE CO., LTD. 4- GEORGE H. MOXHAM & CO ^OLDSimoUGll, MORT AND CO., '? C%tS1SVEI.5?01- *'» FRO. ,?'V . £° ^ I! ^ P 1 1 0 D li C CRS ' ? SELLING 8. WINCHCOMB CARSON T Tr- , NEW. ZEALAND ,LO-& MER lv. r-, oL u, O, Gr« I. - A GCY Ts*T*r\ ' bell- & co^l?

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

(^#! Scientific Sight Iistini H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., Opticians, of 38o George Street, Sydney, will visit the undermentioned towns: — SOUTHERN TOUR. ADAMINABY. — Commercial Hotel : Mon., April 14th, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. ; Tues., April 15th, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. BUNGENDORE. — Lake George Hotel: Wed., April 16th, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. NORTHERN TOUR. NEWCASTLE. — Dr. Presley's . Hotel: Tues. April 22, 11.30 a.m. 5 p.m. SINGLETON. — Percy Hotel: Wed., April 23rd, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. WYONG. — Haila's Pharmacy Hotel Thurs., April 24, 9 a.m. - 3 pjaa. H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. ' - The House with tha Diplomas, 385 QEOROB STREET. SYDNEY. , (Opp. Staamd:Aiea&3u '

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

The influential position of PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. in the PASTORAL SPHERE is due in a large measure to THE CONFIDENCE reposed in them by The Man on The Land, gained over a period of many year3 by constant and unremitting attention aa SELLING A GEN IB for SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL, PRODUCE & REAL ESTATE. During THE ROYAL SHOW Time we will bo glad as usual to meet Country Visitors at our Offices, Pastoral Exchange, O'Connell Street, Sydney, where correspondence may be addressed. The opportunity can bo taken to visit The Modern Wool Warehouse, and also see our Salesmen officiating in the Flemington Saleyards on Fat Stock that have received treatment of Material Monetary Value, prior to sale1 in our Exclusive Accommodation. PITT, SON & BADGERY (LIMITED) SYDNEY SPECIAL I IF (CmhBSKjN FOR DEMONSTRATION AT THE GREAT ' j d, . EB2pigs EXHIBITION/ . LOBDOH, 1924- '? j //f ? ^ r v-- ~ i .V a Hao been selected by tha Exhibition Committee both In Molbourne and London L MB |M ...

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

Boiled Down j 'The plate' is. doomed. Not 'Tho Selling Plate — Tho Collec tion Plato.' 'The Kirk Plato' — as a speculative gamble it had its points, but it really ^ left too much to the generosity of the giver — or should I say, tho conscience. Canon Turner protested against-' »*-.? i'euwo UUIL1& JC&UlUtJU ua : God when spent to provide the vicar's coal and gas. The Rev. Mr. Fry (Oxford) said that tho chief problem was the comfortable mid&le-clasB man, who ? prided ? himself-. ?, ? on sending a guinea to tjhe Church funds, yet paid five guineas as a golf / club fee, to say nothing of . having a - ! ? half-crown on each gsma and a whisky - : and soda at the end: - - * ? Canon Elliott assailed raffles and church bazaars. He said that he saw one programme, which said, 'If you don't speculate you'll never accumu late.' It should have bean a tipster's , advertisement! . ? ? ? ? Tins happened in England — what Scotland has to say about tho abolition of its time-hon...

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

j Boiled Down |. Empire Exhibition workers struck last week, Because their Union bosses wouldn't let them work overtime. They didn't vent their indignation against the Union Boss. They expended it on the Boss who was paying them overtime. ? Smashed a lot of his property, tried to stop all other workers. And made general asses of them- , selves. Jine union uosses sat Dack and said 'they had nothing to do with the strike.'? ' Work was hung up for two or three days. But® when it was found that there was no 'strike pay' coming to them, flie strikers rushed back to get their jobs again. 'No pay, no strikes I' It used to be — 'No work, no payl' Are our brothers oversoa progressing or degenerating ? Lloyd George and his 'dole' has a ' lot to answer for. * * » * Now we are hearing the other sido about Galiipoli. Lord Wester Weinyss says that wo could have held the Peninsula, If we had been sufficiently support ed. He blames Churchill — at that time Sea Lord and Chief of the Admiralty, for b...

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Agricultural and Pastoral Shows [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

Agricultural asad Pastoral Shows (The 1/ditor will bo obliged if secretaries of Agricultural and other Bhows will for ward the dates of their shows, which we publish free of charge. Wo are particu larly anxious to keep our list of flxturea correct and up-to-date. We would, there fore, bo obliged If the secretaries of those shows listed below without the would send, in their names. The n tun pa are attached to the date and aistrlot when it, DU& many Associations do not 4 add the names of their secretaries. Tho 'Sydney Stock and Station Journal' cir culates largely In this and the other States, and, therefore, is an excellent medium for publication of advertisements for agricul tural and pastoral shows.) 1924. AIPEIIj. 4-5.— Blacktown ; J. McMurtrie. 9-11.— Muawellbr,ook; E. 0. Sawkina. 14-23. — R.A.S., Sydney; H. M. Somer. 30, May -1, 2.— Bathurat; N. B. Bichartfaom. ^AY. 1-3.— Hawkpsbury (Richmond). 7-8.--Dubbo ; Fred. Weaton. 18-13.— Coonamble; J. . Wilson. 2SS-23. — Narrom...

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HAIR, BONES AND SUNDRIES. (Thursday, May 1, at 10 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

HAIR, BONES AND SUNDRIES^ (inursday, May 1, at 10 a.m.) 1. GEORGE H. MOXHAM and CO. 2. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., »' co-5SaoToi.T1It^001' and pbo' 4. COUNTRY^RODUCERS' SELLING 5. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON. LTD 6. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER ^ CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD i. F. and G. C. G. I. A. CO, LTD 1 8. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO LTD 9. PITT, SON AND BADGERY, LTD 10. DALGETY AND CO., LTD ? ' 11. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD '

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