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

: ' ! ! : \ . ? - - if ? I ' ? ?????'. ...' ? . w wdimrnhfimm, . . 1 I The message above is brief but definite. It relies for its strength on . facts; — -The results secured for Sheep, Cattle, and Lambs, sold by the firm at Hcmobosh. On that score it has undoubted claim to close atten ' taon. ' ? , The otockowner who already consigns to Winchcoiabe, Carson -^td-i bas good cause to recognise its worth. He nas experienced its benefits. But the landholder .who... has! not already done so can take that step with confidence. He will find the attention his business secures completely justifies his do- ? 11 . cisioii. S, Winclicomfees, Carson Ltd. B0XsS,e'|,'p'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEAT PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

MEAT PRICES The Metropolitan Meat Board us with the following . 'lipt' of the -wholesale prices of ' rjleat' delivered at retail butch i -e/'s' Shops from Pyrmont Meat'' '.:Depo(; von Monday (7/4 /'24- : — , ?I I'..'.) . I ! . i i BEEP: - ? »7 1; r-rj i. Per i Ox Bodies ? 2 o 4d Ox Hinds ? 3%d to 5Ud Ox Fores ? l%d to 2% d -(Maximum price for Ox Bodies, 4%d.) Cow Bodies .... 21/4d.to.3%d Cow Hinds .... 3%d to 5d Cow Fores .... l%dto 2%-1 (Maximum price for Cow Bodies, 4%d.) MUTTON: I-ambs ? 8d to 3d Hog-gets ? 6%d to 7d Wethers ? 5%d to 5%d Ewes ? 4%d ^ to 5d

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

— -*s y D N E Y — agents that SELL STOCK AT HOMEBUSH AUSTRALIAN MERCAN HLE, LAND & FINANCE - CO., LTD. 4 Bligh Street, Sydney. J. H. BEALE & CO. 28 O'Connell Street, Sydney. CRA1SIE & LETHBRTOGE, LTD. 16 O'Connell Street, Sydney. ? \ ? NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY ' LIMITED Bridge Street, Sydney. WM. INGLIS & SON LIMITED 28 O'Connell Street, Sydney. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON LIMITED Bridge Street, Sydney. WILKINSON AND LAVENDER LIMITED 1 Spring Street, Sydney. JOSEPH LEEDS & CO. 5 Spring Street, Sydney. ' i ? - ? . ? ' . I pWwmniffl'.T « ; . . - ,? : AGENTS THAT - SFJl. STOCK &?[ PROPERTY INK ' ' THE COUNTRY - ' MITDGEE. . A. F. Dunn & Co. Crossing & Cox. Malona & Barrett. ? 1 ? r ? — ' ''''' NARRANDERA. Lloyd Brothers. Geo. F. Gultoy and Co, NYNGAN, A. Lyno and Co. Smith and Holmes. ORANGE. J. S. Leeds & Co. PARKES. Walter J. SCelly & Co. PEAK HILL* Smith & Draper. PILLIGA Cal...

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

TRUCKINGS ' The following were the numbers . I of trucks ordered from the Rail way Department up to 4.30 p.m. on Monday; (7/4/'24), for tho ^ undermentioned ^ie days at Homebush: — April. Sheep. Cattle. 10 . . 245 . . 330 14 ? ? 1^8 , , 286 17 .. 99 ... 232 24 .. 36 '? 78 28 . . 0 ? . , i i 26 May. ? ' ' 1 J' 1 ?? 0 ?? 34

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

j''§TOgEC 87CTSH [ j NICE WOOLGROWING &. CRAZ ING PROPERTY. COMBINED WITH PINE HOMD. ? RABBIT NETTED. , 4004 ACRES, O.P. Baso^&o and.Limestono. About 800 Acrca suitable agriculture and 100 Acres lucerne. Carrying capacity for many years: 4000 sheep and big stock. 12 roomod' house, wool shod, etc. PRICE: £3 6a per ACRE. Present Title. PUT, SON and BADGERY, LTD., v ? Sydnoy. GOULBURN, N.S.W. NEXT THURSDAY, APRIL 10th. ~yy H. WHEATUEY'S SPECIAL SHEEP SALE, AT 1.30 P.M. SHARP. | 15,800 STORE SHEEP 15,000 | including:— 100Q 11 EE IN O WETHERS, 3 and 4 years old, j October shorn, forward condition. j 500 MERINO WEANEES, mixed sexes, ivs j dropped, October shorn, station bred, one ; mark, pure Haddon Big blood. 600 CROSSBRED WETHERS, 4 and 6 tooth, early shorn, forward condition. 700 MERINO EWES, 2, 3 and 4 years old, * Ootober shorn, forward condition; dry. 300 CROSSBRED EWES, 4 and 6 tooth, early shorn ; dry. 380 CROSSBRED EWES, 3 and 4 years, merino rams joined 1st March...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEAT POOL. TAMWORTH'S CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

, I WHEAT POOL. j TAMWORTH'S CRITICISM. At the annual meeting of the Tam worth District Council of the Farm ers and Settlers' Association, at which Mr. J. E. Whitehouse presided, the question of future wheat pools was dis cussed at length. The present system adopted by the pool committee (-was greatly criticised. A motion was car ried : 'That this council suggests that the executive consider the advisability of calling a conference of representatives or wheat-growing interests, having m view the desirability of establishing future wheat pools on such a basis as will secure the confidence' of growers in general.'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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New States WHAT OF THE WEST? APATHY ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

New States ( ? 'ffillfi 11)00 WHAT OF THE WEST? APATHY ABOUT. The general belief is that the West B is not particularly interested in New B States. Now comes this message from I Dubbo: — 'A convention to define tlie western I attitude toward the New States move- I ment is likely to be held at Dubbo. s A resolution was carried at the annual | meeting of tho Prog/ess Association E requesting the Mayor to call a public J meeting to discuss the proposed confer- | ence. a 'The apathy of the West towards the H New States movement was criticised at | the meeting, and Mr. L. J. Astloy, 1 a member of the New State Commis- J sion, urged that evidence be prepared I by the Western people to guide him in I his work on the Commission. It was 1 vitally important that the west should, f if opPosecf to New States, provide him | with a case to i«fute the New State ft claims $ 'It appeared that the north and | south were taking a very selfish vie.v, | as those areas were well developed in I comparison...

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

CATTLE. About 3250 yarded. Quality plain. Market firmer for prime, irregular and generally weaker for others. There wero 3120 cattle listed for sale and although some consignments did not arrive, unadvised lots brought the yarding to about 3,450. These com prised all descriptions of veal and beef, from small calves, old dairy cows, .-stags and bulls, to prime extra heavy bullocks, the tops of which made to nearly £19. The general quality of the offering, however, was the worst forward for somo time. Really prime beef was very scarce. There was only a moderate showing of fair to good trade bullocks, -steers, cows and heifers, and the major portion of tlie supply ranged from medium to plain cattle. As rough to poor sorts wero also more in evidence than of late, the general quality was not satisfactory for trade purposes. The usual buyers were in attendance and operated freely at slightly firmer rates' for prime cattle. For other de scriptions competition was irregular, values fluctuat...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKET Market Report and Record of Sales. MONDAY APRIL 7, 1924. An Invaluable Reference for Stockowners. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

' MniMRPT TRTHT FAT - sM .riOMfioU. 1 rH. i S Market Repmi ^amd '^^^md 1 MONDAY sheep;' v About 12,400 forward. Quality fair. Market dearer for prime and practi cally unchanged for others. There were 14,270 sheep listed for sale from 78 owners, and about 12,435 were. forward. These comprised aU de criptions of merinos -and crossbreds, - also occasional' consignments of come backs. Ono line of the latter topped tho market. This wag a consignment of 160 odd comeback wethets from W. and. A. Rutjienford, TubbuJ Road. They made to 50/10 and averaged 46/7; The general quality qf the offering was about on a par with the average of late, although owing to rain and mud the sheep did not look as good as they really were. There was a large attendance of buyers who operated freely during early sales for prime sheep in a generally firmer market. Other descriptions showed fluctuation here and there; but values were not quotably changed. The demand increased as sales progressed and the market clos...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SOME OF THE SALES SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

SOBS® OF TH3E SALES ' j 8HEEP. I Pen wetfiers, early shorn, prime,' about 56 lbs., good even line, carrying about 21/- in skin; price 45/-. , , Lino comeback wetUors, extra prirne, avoraso G8 to 70 lbs., skin 20/ to ai/-; -16 to 47 lba„ tops to one, 50/-. , Pen wethers, full-mouthed, good trade quality, but uneven in size; skin (11/-) showing burr, about 44 lbs. mutton; price 32/3. Pen wethers, full-mouthed. Dlain. few ver.y rouirh, fair stores; skin to 9/6; price 26/6. Pen wethers, early shorn, grood sHJn, (say 24/-), averaging about 54 lbs. mutton (good trade quality); price 45/2. Pen ewes, full mouth, :crutched, early shorn, skin to 12/-; fat — about 47 lbs.;, price 32/10 to 33/-. ' Pen ewes, some comebacjte, strong wool, full mouths, skin showing burr, about 42 lbs. mutton;, skin to 10/-; price'~2'j/2. Pen ewes, broken-mouthed, poor ?- and uneven, mixed brands, skins -to 9/-; about S£ lb3. mutton; price 24/10. Pen ewes, prime, and carrying good skin (say 12/6), about 54 lbs. mut...

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

6 : ' . AGENTS THAT . ' - [SELL STOCK -?? PROPERTY IN THE COUNTRY ; j;,, ( ^ ? BARELLAM. IV. & W. J. Nixon. J3ARMEDMAN. fr - : ? P, H, 8!»oahan. BLAYNEY. H. R. M. PlgOtt. ? * - ? ? 1 ' ' 1 1 1 ? ? ? ? BOURKE, . H. M. ware. - CONDOBOLIN. H. 0. Moulder. vl* Sua. Brown & Co. j. R. eeott & Oo. COOLAH. ; Scully G Co. COOMA. H. T. M. Rosa. COONAMBm Coldsfcroucli, Mort & Co., Ltd. COWRA. 0. «. E«=o a . .l)iJ ,vm. ;???-: : ? '0?nino COOTAMUNDRA, i ?Kr 0. J. Rend. Ccorso Thompson & Co« \ GILGANDRA. GbmHo Brcs. - '?.^.1 - - ? / - - ? - GLOUCESTER. , Ejatthoweon & Co. Lato Boauoasraj & Co. i Oousias Waiidoll & Co. GUNDAGAI. ; _ V/- E. Kyis & Co. E. A. Tout ft Co. ?: Shepherd & Dalo. , ^ gunning. G, E. Attiill. , ; GUYRA. it* A. A. Broian -& Co, HAY. v^Hhinscn & uavendar, Ltd. ' '* ,'J' HILLSTON, 'j ?\- Kanlsen & Knoshln. - c V* & ___________ ?. I r ? . ' KEMPSEY. W/-' J Cliff, Mitcho...

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When is the Real War on Weeds Coming? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

When is the Real War on Weeds Coming? NOXIOUS weeds are still spreading in many districts, and the State doesn't seem to got much forrader in a worth-while campaign against it. At different times, during recent years, several very promising local move ' ments were, started, and once it looked as if the Government and the local bodies were going to join together in waging war against the weeds. But — ?the weeds are still spreading. Dubbo P. P. Board discussed the subject last week, and 'the directors were unanimous that the pest was rapidly becoming much more serious than rabbits.' Probably other districts could tell a similar story. It was pointed out at the Dubbo meeting that the P. P. Boards have , not the power to deal with noxious weeds. One director stated that the Departments in Sydney apparently could not agree as to whether P. P. Pnoi-Ac, ~r. Ql,;™ rV.1innila ny n nn,ir + Meantime, the whole country is being over-run with weeds T While the talk is going on, so are the weeds,...

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That Political Understanding Should Come [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

That Political Understanding Should Come STATE NATIONALISTS seem to bo concerned over tho necessity for an understanding with the Progressive Party. The 'Stock Journal' welcomes this sign from the Nationalists, because it belieyes that the right under standing between the two Parties would be for the good of the State. Mr. Ley, Minister for Justice, wants to know where the Progressives stand, because he says he wants to tell Progressive branches in his electorate about it. At one timo Mr. Ley was a leading member of the Progressive Party, but he went over to the Nationalists along with Mr. Wearne and Mr. Chaffey. The fact that he has thrown out a feeler, perhaps, is a sign - H t. ? a.1- ? ? i:j* ? 1 ' ' VIA uun HUQ II VUVUVA WiWMAUfjt Sir George Fuller announces that for some time past he has been endeavouring to arrive at a satisfactory arrangement with Mr. Bruxner 3 Party. 'If it could not be brought about between this and the nest Session,?' Sir George Fuller is quoted as saying,...

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State Politics MR. LEY'S FEELER. REPLY FROM PROGRESSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

State Politics ? ? MR. LEY'S FEELER. REPLY FROM PROGRESSIVES. M r. Ley, Minister for Justice, threw out a political feeler tlie other day. He wanted to know, he said, the atti tude of the Progressive Party towards the Nationalist Party, so as he could tell the Progressive branches in his elec torate what to do. Mr. Ley suggested the way was clear for tlie Progressives to come into line with the Nationalists. Is Mr. Ley sneaking only for himself? . , UULUPjtt iHHUXNEK. | , .Replyin&nto Mr,-, Ley's remarks re-! specting the necessity for a Nationalist-! Progressive . agreement, Mr. Bruxnetj stated at Tenteriield oil Friday that! Mr. Ley, was evidently worried as to where lie stood, and what he fould call himself at the next elections. He had become so immersed in the National Party that he was now asking that his memory be refreshed as to the diifer ence c-xisting between the two parties. If Mr. Ley had forgotten the reasons that led to the formation of the party and. the nece...

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Fat Lamb Raising WITH WHEAT GROWING Results and Prospects in Wheat Belt [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

Fm Lammib IRaisIsng ... I . - ? ? V ' ? —±— ? r ? WITH WHEAT GROWING J Results and Prospects in Wheat Belt We conclude to-day the pape r read by Mr. J. Clatworthy at the Parkes Agricultural Bureau Conference. CRUTCHING. During the Autumn' crutchine is the next work, and this can be left until near the lambing, unless flies are trou blesome. ?See that the . wool is trimmed from around the udder, thus giving the tiny lamb a better chance of finding the teat, and the result will be from 5 to 10 per cent, better average. LAMBING: Constant attention must be given the ewes during the lambing season, and it Is here that the man who hasn't time will fail badly, as the ride round the paddock once a week (Sunday morn ings usually) will disclose losses which don't appear much until the resulte are finalised. A 5 per cent, loss of-' ewes and 10 .to 20 per cent, loss of ljimbs will make a big difference to the year's returns. Personally I give the whole of my time to the flock during ! this peri...

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The Coming Sydney Show [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

The Coming Sydney Shorn Over 2000 men are working feverish ly on the Sydney Showground in pre paration for the Royal .Show, which begins on the 14th, inst. ' Some night qjiiifts aro being worked eon the great grandstand,, and the men are . swarm ing all over the huge structure put ting in the finishing touches. Individual exhibitors of manufac tures are very busy with their places, and this side of tho Show will present wonderfully interesting devices and ma chinery in action. Some of the ex hibitors have designod very clever at tractions for. tho entertainment of the public which are, at the same time,' extremolv educational. GREATEST HORSE SHOW. This Easter will see the greatest lorso show that has been organised in Australia. There are -some C00 entries sf horses more than there were last fear, and the individual horses have increased to such an . extent that the iccommodation will be taxed to its very utmost. The Clydesdale section is very much strengthened as compared with that...

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HEAVY GOING AND TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 8 April 1924

HEAVY GOING AND TIME. Considering the heavy going( tho times, put up at Rosehill last Satur day were fairly creditable, altlkough the ones that finished behind Claro m tho Railway Handi.cap did not appear to havo perijormed brilliantly under tho chronograph test. It took Claro, who won with great ease, lmin., 28seo. to . „ (? ' ? run seven furlongs. The record for this distance on Rosehill is lmin. 25soc. Therefore Claro's time was 2$sec. out side. According to the statements of tho Rosehill trainers the track was faster from the seven-furlong post to tho turn than anywhere else, so vhat the run up tho straight was the worst. In the Rawson Stakes, of one mile and a furlong, Whittier ran a mile and a furlong in lmin 55 sec. This is two seconds outside the record put up on Rosehill course by Poitrel, Westcourt, Bobrikoff, and Richmond Main. Poitrel and Richmond Main made a dead-heat; but the other two horses named accom plished the nine-furlong record on diff erent occasions. Mirthmak...

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

the public ^'trustee 'Aum'm ?EXECUTOR,- -TRUSTEE, ' ADMINiSTRATOB, ? ATTORNEY^ AND AGENT, V ('Established 1st January, 1914). ? VALUE OF ESTATES ADMINISTERED AND IN COURSE Off ADMINISTRATION, £6,500.000, Write or call for full particulars* ___ Culwulla Chambers, p^7; . ® ' 67 Cnatlereagh St., Sydney. Publio Uxustee. MWi STOCK Iiswai® ON STOCK OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE AND ACCIDENT. - TIME RISKS FOR ANY PERIOD UP. TO TWELVE MONTHS. MARINE TRANSIT, FOALING, CASTRATION RISKS ARE ALSO COVERED. POLICY CONDITIONS AND PREMIUM BEST AVAILABLE. Full °particulara available from — AND COMPANY, LTD., WmiW ifwlfTPW (Near Cattle Ring), JL E» Or 16 BENT ST., SYDNEY. eEWBeason's whbps are the best They Look better, Fall better, Wear better. T. HENDERSON AND SONS, WHIPMAKERS, I 3l3^corgo^Strect^Sydnoy^^^^^^^^^^^ SA ^ -53: 1 & at 50 per cent, below -£M& City Prices ? ? ? LET US QUOTE YOU McCtBllocIh. -Cas?xyii.E&g| Co» ? Allb^afy De MERIC'S COAL TAR, ST...

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

JUMPERS. Very few people oould belkvvo that thero aro so many - jumping horses as are entered for, this Show. ? , . Sometimes it is said that when tho . : old horses go there will be no others , to replace them, but a great many . horses will appear at this Show which have never beforo been seen in Sydney; v They include the best hunters in three States and a couplo from New Zealand. BOYS AND GIRLS. .t^j The entries in individual classes -num- - ber up to 36 in a class and almost all - /.v. 4*$ are over 25. Many people living about Sydney, and in the country also,- aro ' v - encouraging their ohildren to rido ' ponies and horses. This is reflected ' ' in tho entries for tlie Show. Thero ? : are fleets of boys and girls andMady ' j;' riders in tho events, for all of which the entries are froo. Entries in equos- ' ? ' trienne events number from 25 up to ? yls 53 in a class, while boys and girls run ^ from 24 to 49. in a class. Pony jump ers are about the same as last year. \ Trotting ...

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

1 famkg °§ik mtb JStcrft mi Station |mmral PUBLISHED OM - TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. 17 CAGTLEREAGH STREET, ^YDNEY. , , . Telephone No. BG334. Subscription (paid In advanco) ? ? 15/- per annum. „ (booked) .. ? ? ? 17/6 „ » Foreign ? ? ? ? ? ? £1 H ?- Advertising Rates on Application. TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1924.

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