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

| Please tell the Advertiser you saw it in j | :: 'The Stock and Station Journal.' :: j I— - ? -? ? ? 8

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MR. P. C. COMPBELL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

LATE MR. P. C. COMPBELL. The late Peter Colin Campbell, 'Weranga,' Inverell, grazier, left estate valued for probate purposes at £105, .712. A son, Colin James Campbell, and a daughter, Mary Turner, are the chief and equal beneficiaries. Among the legacies are the following : James Doust, station overseer, £200; Henry Doust, overseer, £100; Annie O'Neill, housemaid, £50 ; Ellie Nelson, cook, £60; James Cooke, chauffeur, £50; Charles Keightley, station hand, £50; Jessie Doust, £50. Gifts of £100 are left to the In verell Hospital and the Inverell School of Arts. Provision is also made for legacies to five great-nepliews, one be ing for £200 and. the others, for £100 each.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bush Nursing [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Buslx (By Mtas KirkcalSle.) : The following paper was road by Miss Kirkcaldie at the annual Conference of tho Western Agricultural Bureau, Parkes. We fee! sure that hush folk throughout -the State will be interested in the story of the work of thei Bush Nurses. I always feel- when I address a coun try audience on the conditions of life In the country that I must be either very brave or be possessed of great audacity. I know quite well that town folk would not welcome the advent of a country woman who came; to tell them how to order their lives, and I can equally well imagine the same' feeling existing in the country when a woman who has spent most of her life in the town comes and tries to teach the country women how to live. For this seeming impertinence I crave your indulgence, and I ask you to believe that I am not here to-day to dictate to you in any way, but' just to bring before you one means by which the country people — and by this I mean the real country folk, not those who...

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 — 11 April 1924

% . Jafc. .# » -2j A A A Al fk k Although an advance of 6d. gallon has taken place in Motor Oils, no alteration has yet been made in BEESTON'S ' MEDALLION ' MOTOR OILS, Prices are:— /] $ 1111 Light asidl Medium 4! M ^ Heavy and Heavy Medium 6d. gall, extra. MOBILOIL (All Grades) 0/9. gall. : A NOTE. — Packed in 4-gall. cans, two in caso. F. W. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FLEET SUNNIEST SYDNEY WELCOMES THE BRITISH SPECIAL SERVICE SQUADRON After a week's downpour, Wednesday to the promise of a perfect day. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

THE FLEET ' SUNNIEST SYDNEY WELCOMES THE BRITISH SPECIAL SERVICE SQUADRON After a week's downpour, Wednesday ' woke to tho promise of a perfect day* .(By D- H. Souter) Gray clouds and a horizon hidden by a swathe of purple mist. As the sun rose, patches of blue blinked, as tho gray pall grew momentarily thinner, aince peep o' day all traffic trended eastwards. South Head Roads, Old and New, never carried so many motor vemcies. .Lordly Vauxhall and ser viceable Dodge, looked contemptuously, on fussy Fords, filled to capacity, yitn sightseers. Motor 'buses from distant suburbs. 'See the Fleet come in for 2/-' was a slogan that drew busi ness. Motor trucks .with improvised seats: honk honk, toot toot, tdok the dust of swifter machines, and all were happy. A big day for the benzine broker. The poor horse seemed to be out of collar for good. We boarded the 'Bingarra' at 8.45. At 9.6 we cast off. A minute later and while we were yet a bare fathom from the wharf, four belated and breathles...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Australians: 58 Mr. George Valder [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Good Australians : 58 Mr. George Valder AUSTRALIA is not such an old country that it can afford to demand that all her great men shall he native-born. True, our native-horn are quite as good and oftentimes better than those who are not natives. Hut our forefathers mostly came from the 'old country,' and it is to her that we are indebted for many of ?our '(iood Australians.' One such is Mr. George Valder. who tills the position of Under Secretary of Agriculture with an ability that has made for him a name throughout 1 lie country as a good, fair, courteous and just man to deal with. And a man, with such a reputation with country people, has earned it. Such names are not freely bestowed by country people unless they are deserved, and never were they more appropriate. These words will probably make him blush, but they are said, aiu! there fore should be written lest they be forgotten in years to come. More of him we need not say; he is too well known. Born, reared, and educated in the ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

While | f Sydney for the Buster Festivities, nmke a point of calling at j ,'t GOWINGS' Inspect the large stocks of New Suitings for Winter Wear, which include all that is dependable in I suiting fabrics, each one reasonably prl-c.l. I Here is an example of the excellent values offering: g All-Wool Worsted ^-£ZI£ZI Staits - to - Measure Smartly cut anil' tailored by skilled craftsmen. (Sowings' Suits will hold their shape and give long service. Prices to Measure £S/S/m ' £6/6/- £7 /7b #9/9/- Call and see these line suitings — you'll not be under the 'slightest obligation to buy. And, If you do I not require a suit, immediately, you could leave your measurements for future reference. I ratterns and Self-Measurement Forms sent Free on request. Carriage Paid on all Goods throughout Australia. Gowing BroSo Ltd. 486 George Street, Sydney. Branches at 304 and 454 George Street. |

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

' A s'iow white line When the clock strikes nine,' ^'ie ^resses n'ce'y- anc^ '00'-s ''!?»?_ ^ , so smart, and finished her tC^uL '* | - 1 :f ; ' washing by nine o'clock m Fas tra try Ms^*] ©ms . because she uses nothing' but ®OHini-!g 'j ' PURE SIREN SOAP. i§lHoppm^: Pa~v Pure Siren Soap Is the ideal soap for the laundry and all household purposes. It keeps white cloth white, and its gentle way of coaxing out the dirt preserves the fabric bv restoring to the fibres their natural springiness, making them like new. KITCHEN & SONS, LTD.

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 — 11 April 1924

Below we aro offering nffiossary Winter lines of the Highest Quality, and assure readers that we give you the goods we advertise, and that every line quoted is specially selected to give our Mail Order Shoppers the utmost satisfaction. The Best of English-made Goods for Australian People at Astonishingly Low Prices, with a Guarantee of Satisfaction or your Money Back. Carriage Paid on all Clothing in N.S.W. Interstate half postage. Horse Bugs, made of government materials at 50 por cont. ]es3 than other stores sell, Horse Rues, lined with English felt, fitted with leather surcingles first-class workmanship. Last year wo sold over 5000 to leading horso ownors and breeders. Koto quality and prices. Aft. 6 in. 5ft. 5ft. Gin. 5ft. 9in. 6ft. Oft. 6in. 7ft ? No. 1. — 20-oz., heavy IjMjYj / ' — — — canvas ? 17/0 19/6 21/6 23/- 24/- 25/6 27/6 XET No. 2. — 15-oz., whito Y'. ; jgftSa I Government duck 22/6 23/0 26/0 27/6 28/6 30/6 33/ No. 3. — 18-oz., groen or \V TotJsH brown duck .... 24/3 2...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Around the Country [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

[?] L ? ? (By our Travelling Correspondent — - 2i. W. I?.' Thomas.) ssssssr; The Cathcart Exhibition Society held its one-day Show in' fine weather, al though during the afternoon it threat ened rain, but non© fell. This Society holds its annual event, of which this was the fifth, on the Cathcart Recrea tion Grounds. Thev have their own ground, but it is. still in its virgin Btate, and would require a consider able amount ? of clearing and money spent on it before it could be made use of for show purposes. But they hope in the near future to establish themselves on their own ground. At present* they are unable therefore to make any extensive improvemnts on the present ground, although some are of the' opinion that it would be a good scheme to amalgamate with the com mittee of the recreation ground, and together erect buildings suitable to both. There is a great division of opinion as to whether they should deve lop their own ground or come to some arrangement to continue where they ...

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 — 11 April 1924

GoMsbrougti^ Mort & Company^ Ltd. Having acquired the Business of HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN, LTD NOW SELL FAT STOCK AT FLEMINGTON. Splendid paddock accom modation, and all consignments handled by qualified experts. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. Telegraph Address GOLDSBROUGH, MORT, SYDNEY i ' ' ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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 — 11 April 1924

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ^ ? ? DO YOU KNOW ABOUT IT? M you know about our method of sending Cars away on approval, you will under ? stand how necessary It 1b for them to be all we claim them to be. . We give you the fullest detail concerning any Car we may have which In terests you, and we will send that Car up to you, iruaranteelnc that vou cin P^act 1 eall v whole day to test the Car, and to satisfy yourself about It. different in any way to our statements concerning it, you can truck ? -n-. w*10'® ?£ t'le r's^' an^ we can only do so because our Cars aro exactly all tbat we say they are. Send tows for ful! particulars. We'll be pleased to hear from you. Your ?EBiall car traded in. Terms arranged to suit reliable persons. . i BJATJONAL MOTOR CO., Junction of William and Yurono Streets, City. 1 — - ? Tydor Batteries FOR COUNTRY HOUSE LIGHTING Wbea you buy a house lighting set insist that the BATTERIES be 1RIDOR, and so make sure that you obtain the best possible BATTERY SERVICE. TUDOR BA...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOSSIP WHALES [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

[?] | . WHALES | ? ' (By 'Gossip.') ? ? - MANi years ago I wrote on article uo Jtaaud Xijup ^iroaS tj joj , 'Wiialea,' in .wldch I related some of my , own personal-' experiences as a-wltaler, and I have found that first-Stand experiences . are much ttaore impressive than the things you have learned out of a , book. i cut apajjt from the ysrhallng story, I gave a sketch , of the develop ment: of the whale family from the quadrupedal family of land animals, to the sea-monsters of to-day. It was a, simple story, and very 'rudimentary —but it must have been quite impres sive. A week or two . after the appearance of the article I received a note from a distinguished citizen, asking me to call on hixh come evening, for a 'chat,' and I accepted the invitation with plea |sure. I found . my host a very delight ful and intelligent Dersonaee. and we discussed many subjects of more or less interest, but at length he said: 'By the way; your article^ on whales interested me very much, and I .wan...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TINNED MEAT. HUGE INDIAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

' TINNED MEAT. HUGE INDIAN MARKET. Mr. Arthur N. Bishop, who is visit ing Australia on behalf of the Eastern Bureau of Commerce, in the course of an interview, said there was a wonder ful market for Australian tinned meat in India, but at present we were going the wrong way about it. -Not one tin of meat is being sold to the Mahome tans at present, because it is packed wrongly — wrong labels, wrong weights, and-, above all, against their religious rites. All the Australian exporter need do was to get a recognised priest to watch the killing and stamp the pack ages' prior to their departure — a simple and net a costly expedient. This simple formality, according to Mr. Bishop, is blocking the growth of Australia's lar gest market for tinned meat.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

LEAGUE ? OF THE EMPIRE Tho 'Stock Journal' Branch of tho Leag ue of the Empire arranges for correspond ence between members here and mem bers In any part of Great and Greater Britain. Members of the same age, and like tastes and attainments are con nected. Members write to one another regularly, and may exchange postcards, stamps, nature study specimens, etc. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION: Under16 years, 6d; over 16, 1/-.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROPOSED RAILWAY. DUBBO WORKS ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

PROPOSED RAILWAY. DUDBQ WQmC8 gtJ^UIRY. , - At a meeting of the Dubbo Progress Association a motion was passed that -.tho Public Works Committee be written to inviting them to visit Dubbo for the ' - purpose of taking, evidence on three proposed railways, namely, Craboon to Merriwa, Eugowra to a point on the Dubbo-Moloug line, and tho Talbra gar, to Collie, or an. alternative route. - The president, Mr. H. T. Blacket, said that in order that they do their duty to the western hinterlaad they must -take steps to urge on the con struction of the Craboon-Merriwa line, which would give direct communication from the west to Newcastle. The Eu gowra to a point in the Molong line proposal would give direct communica tion to the southern lino and Mel bourne.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN A DAIRY DISTRICT. DEAR "PLANETS," [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

IN A DAIRY DISTRICT. DEAR 'PLANETS,'— Well, I am ashamed to tell anyone that for two long weary years (father has «only been getting the Journal for that long), I have been reading the League page with much interest, and haven't joined it before this. Now that I have became a Leaguer, I wish to be a constant writer. Some of the Leag uers write such interesting letters. I live on a dairy farm with my par ents. The locality is called Jackadgery. We have milked up to fifty-six cows, but, we lost between forty or fifty head of cattle through the drought, and, as you can imagine, a lot of our dairy cows were among them. Jackadgery is a very beautiful place, and the beautiful Mitchell River sets it off like a jelly on a hot summers morn. You may be sure I go for my dip every day. The chief industries here are dairying, timber-getting, and maize-growing. The cream was going to Copmanhurst — a small township on the Upper Clarence, nineteen miles from 'here — for five years, but for the last...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHANGE THE ENGINE OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

CHANGE THE ENGINE OIL. Certainly no question is more im portant, nor is any other query so fre quently heard. Why is it advisable to drain the old oil from the engine crank case after 500 or a thousand miles and replace it with clean, fresh oil? What is the matter with the old oil? It is still oil? Why wouldn't it do? The trouble with the old oil is not that it becomes dirty — although it does collect a little dust and grime — but that it grows thinner, the longer it is used. It is diluted by tiny particles' of liquid petrol, which slip past the pistons and drop into the oil in the crankcase. Now, lubricating oil is only of value as long as it keeps the wearing surfaces of the engine apart, and it will keep them apart as long as it is thick enough. But after it has absorbed a certain amount of petrol it becomes thinned to a point where it does not possess the required body, stiffness, or thickness to keep the highly polished surfaces from rubbing on one another in actual me tal-to-m...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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NEW STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

NEW STATES. DEAR 'PLANETS — You will no doubt think I am get ting in a terrible hurry, writing again 60 soon, hue you see I want to write to somebody. I want some more cor ries, so I am enclosing a letter to — well, I don't know wlio wants more correspondents, but I have a hazy idea that someone called, ' 'Gumleaf* wants corries,' so please send it on to 'Gumleaf.' If there is no such per son, just send it on to anyone. I think I remember something about a debate on 'New States.' It's not much good my trying to tell you what I think of it, because I didn't think of it at all until quite recently. When I think of Harbour Bridges and rejected railways, I think we should have more States, but we al ready have too many politicians, so 1 agree with the chap who says, 'Do away with some of those we already have.' But. on the whole, I think it would bo better to have New States. This great Harbour Bridge gets me. though. How that is going to benefit anyone but the city beats me all out, an...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The MOTOR IN THE COUNTRY Don't Abuse the Brakes Display Driving Judgement [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

m@ MOTOR. UN THE COUNTRY k-T— By 'MOTOR MAN ? . ? ? Don't Abuse the Brakes ? ? ? ? Display Driving Judgement TVJ' EXT to the liabit of looking down -Ll at tho gear when changing, thero ia nothing that proclaims the inexperi ence- of a driver more than the con stant misnso of the brakes. However smooth or silky in their action the brakes may be. thev should only bo con sidered as emergency appliances and not merely aa a corrective for errors in judgment on the part of the driver. 2t is generally admitted that tho modern car driver lacks the fine judgment of distance and speed so necessary for careful and economical driving, and relies entirely upon the brakes for the retarding effect on, each and every oc casion when the speed of the car has to be checked. Some drivers, who are careful to the point of fastidiousness, where possibilities of wear upon other portions of the mechanism are concern ed, appear to be quite oblivious upon the subject of wear cn brake surfaces, and especially ...

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