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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

WHEAT SOWING | D. CLARKE'S CaiblW WHEAT PROTECTOR Has been used by HUNDREDS OF N.S.W. WHEATGROWERS WITH REMARKABLE SUCCESS. NOT A' SINGLE USER HAS RECORDED A FAILURE. ON THE CONTRARY, DOZENS OF SPLENDID TESTIMONIALS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED PROVING THAT CLAEKE'S WHEAT PROTECTOR DOES ENSURE ? ? Perfect Freedom from Smut and other Fungoid Diseases THE CHEAPEST INSURANCE IN THE WORLD. COSTS ABOUT lid. PER ACRE. EASY TO USE. NO DANGER FROM OVER PICKLING. PRICE i 15/- per dozem Packets Each, packet will treat 8 bushels of seed. Supplied by all Storekeepers and Station Suppliers. I N.B. — You will probably be offered Untried Substitutes. Refuse, tliem. I If you have any diff cu 7fy in obtaining supplies communicate with ; ' § ' E. G. BARKER, I Flour, Grain and General Merchant § Q.N.B. Chambers, corner Pitt and Hunter Streets, SYDNEY. I Sole Agents for Australia. j

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

. ? 'oft SO por ceaS. Kate ' 1 , . City Psfeeffl 1ILUUIMHIWKIII1«I.IIWIT IIMWIW , LET US QUOTE YOU x | McCtalSoetv Co© -=» « _ h ? ??'' I' ' 1 ? 'i i ii'''' ? ? ? ? — ? ? ? ? Ull-T- II I I ??II—— —I—I— ??WIlMIIHII — IIIMfuriJITiTil ' Who Buys Timber Satisfaction . . . - jjjj . ?- flfcial order will prove tho Advantages 1 v ' wo offer in services and quality. f ' Vaederfield & Read, Ltd. j ? Prompt and Reliable Timber Merchants — — ? | We have on hand full stocks of all building timbers. |J LEICHHARD7 STREET GLEBE (Sand for Prtea Lbs end EcStess&ss) | 'Phonos : MYJ2Q01—4 lines, fj Oil BCeaJ Jk.1L [ To reduce accumulated stocks and to get this high grado by-produc& f more widely known, we have decided to offer for on© month only j THORPES9 NEW PROCESS LINSEED OIL MEAL at the exceedingly low rate of 8/- per 100 lbs., packed in original gunny sacks, or at 8/6 per 103 libs, packed in printed sacks. LINSEED OIL MEAL (New Process) is a wonderful feed for Dairy Cows....

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

LONG PRUNINC. When J was a boy, the long branch system was in vogue in all the orchards, and no grower thought of anything else. Then the Californian short pruning system came in, and up till now has held undisputed sway. Now they are beginning to find out in America tliat the old-fashioned long f-runing gives the best results, and arce numbers of the orchardists there are going back to it. It has always seemed to me that the nearer we can follow Nature (in rea son. of course), tho better results we shall get in the long run. Now that we know that trees have an actual pulse and respiratory system, we can under stand that they must be treated more as stationary animals and less as in animate matter. , They must be given proper food and care, and their func tions interfered with as little as pos sible. The less trimming and cutting they receive, therefore, the better for them, and the longer they are likely to live and bear profitably.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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PLANTING LESS WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

PLANTING LESS WHEAT. As I forecasted some little time ago, tho U.S. and Canadian farmers are planting much less wheat thiB year, and are thus steadying the market. Being wise in their generation, they are reducing their areas of wheat, as they foresee that the Russian com petition will inevitably bring the price down to unpayable levels, as far as ? tho market abroad is concerned, ever if costs of production come down to a normal level again, and they are smart ing too much over recent losses to wish to keep on. They will probably replay the wheat crop, 'as far as possible, with sheep, as there is a world shortage of wool and mutton, and this will get worse instead of better, now that the millions of the East are taking to meat, and to wear ing woollen clothes instead of cotton. Our own farmers should read the signs of the times and do likewise. If we did so, and only produced enough wheat for our own use, which we would do by increased .population in opening up the forests by Engli...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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"World's Greatest Wheat Farmer" [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

'World's Greatest Wheat Farmer' — * — Thomas D. Campbell is not yet in the category toasted by Kipling as 'the man of a million acres,' but he is headed in that direction, having to-day more than a hundred thousand acres of Montana land under plough and two hundred thousand acres enclosed by a hundred and fiftv miles of wire fence. He is described, in the 'American Magazine,' as 'the greatest wheat far mer in the world,' and he has arrived at the distinction, at the age of forty one, after five strenuous years of pio neer farming — breaking and develop ing virgin soil. His career is a drama in big business. TWO MILLION DOLLARS. A biographer, Stuart Mackenzie, says that Campbell, who resembles nothing so little as the popular conception of a frontier ploughman, had for some time been nursing the idea of farming on a major scale when in 1918 he placed his idea before a group of New York bank ers, with J. P. Morgan at their head, asked for two million dollars, and at the end oJF _a twe...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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MANGE IN DOGS (II.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

EtfANQE IN DOGS (ii.). The second form of mange is much more deadly and difficult to cure. It in generally known as red mange, from the fact of it turning tho affected part red instead of black. Most vets, dislike handling it, and many valuable fancy dogs, particularly bull-dogs, have to be destroyed on ac count of it. It is, unfortunately, hereditary as. well as contagious, and sopie strains of various breeds never lose the taint of it. ? I have not, so far, had a case I could not fix up, provided tho animal is not too far gone. This disease is caused by a degeneration in 'the blood-stream, due to overfeeding on foods rich in' mineral salts, and insufficient exer cise. Dirty, damp kennels help the disease considerably. The symptoms are: Angry red spots spots appear on tho skin. These break otft into bleeding sores, which will not heal (tho system is trying to throw out the poisoned blood). The dog finally be comes so offensive that it has to be destroyed. The cure (when not hopeles...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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A GIRL'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

A GIRL'S CAREER. DEAR 'PLANETS,'— I haven't forgotten the League, al though. I've been silent all these months, I've never neglected reading the page, and as soon as the ''Journal ' is opened, i pounce upon it. I think the Alaga zine Section a wonderful idea. Since last writing I have changed my nrWrfiRS- Wo ail left 'Geral' last March and came to Gineroi Station to live. It is about 26 miles from Geral, and 16 miles from Bingara. The Gineroi homestead is situated in a picturesque hollow, about fifty yards off the big Gwydir River. It is lovely on a hot day to go for a dip in the river. I often go for a ride on Sunday. My brother and I went for a long ride up the river. The scenery was gorgeous. There were some beautiful white swans swimming about. I am quite interested in a girl's - career. 1 think that a girl should go out and make a future for herself. She should learn before anything else to be a good housekeeper, a good cook, and to do her own dress-making. What a help she woul...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SUNSETS AND POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

SUNSETS AND POETRY. DEAR 'PLANETS,'— Please don't scratch your head, look wise and murmur : 'Have I seen that scribble before?' Yes 1 you have, 'Planets,' but it was a long time ago, SO l011££. in fant,. thflf. T nnn'f rnrnnlll ber how long. Ah ! yes, I was a wayward child, and did stray from the fold, or ra ther, the good, old League, but I have (Continued on page 13.) LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE ( Continued from page 2.) ? renoonced my evil ways , and now re turn Will you have me back? Just pretend I'm the prodigal son, and kill tho fatted calf. After all, this old world of ours would be nothing if it weren't for 'mako-believe,' would itP I thoroughly enjoy the leaguer's letters. We are all better, I think, for learning what the othqr follow is doing. What a boon the mail-bag is to our distant cousins! We get our mail here daily, but still wo hav« a growl now and again about the slowness of the place. Yet travel lers tell us we have one of . the pret tiest little towns in Now South Wales...

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MILK DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

MILK DISTRIBUTION. In last issue I referred to the ques tion of simplifying the distribution of milk in Sydney: a vital question for the health of our city-dwellers, especi ally the children. 1 have been in touch with the milk business for years, and have given a lot of thought to its prob lems. . , - It seems to me that the high cost is caused principally by the overlapping of vendors, and the only practicaL way to cure it is to instal the zone system, and distribute from storage, centres. To do this, it would be necessary to have a tank lorry and two heavy horses, and two boys — one for each side of the street. The vital point in the scheme would be the provision of galvanised steel containers, quart pint, and half pint size, with snap-lock lids, just in side the gate. To save leaving a message, the householder could be sup plied with one of each by the company, and put out whichever one she wanted. After filling it, the boy would simply snap the lid, and the can would be sealed u...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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FARM FACTORS A NOTABLE RESEARCH STATION [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

FARM . FACTORS (Conducted By ROBERT KALESK!) Correspondence is invited. All questions on agriculture %oill -p} 6c answered in these columns. Address: Mr. Robert Kaleshi, '?Stock and Station Journal 17 Castlereagh-st, Sydney A NOTABLE. RESEARCH STATION SCIENOE is gradually beating working in the dark and old sup erstitions, and one of the places that is helping to do it is the Glenfield Veteri nary Research Station. In company with many other members of the Metropolitan Braneh of the Agricultural Bureau the Chief Veterinary Officer (Mr. Henry), and the Bureau's Secretary (Mr. A. A. Hamilton), I journeyed up to Glenfield (25 miles from Sydney, on the Southern Line), to look over it. 1 was so impressed with what I saw there, that I have thought it worth while des cribing in, detail to readers of the 'Stock Journal,' so that they can put in 'a profitable afternoon when in Syd ney, by running up there and seeing it lor themselves. (All men on the land are welcome). It will be time and mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

These High Grade Boots 14/9 pair ' at Anthony Horderas9 That the House of Economy is Supreme for Footwear has been proved over and over again by the offering of sensational values —remarkable alike for excellent quality and low price- Here is a worthy esamble: Men's Best Grade Kip Cossacks, nails and toe-plates, all solid leather. A most serviceable and f A f$\ durable boot. Price, pair - Carriage Paid on Footwear in N.S.W., and to the Nearest Port on Interstate Orders. Anthony Hordern & Soes9 Limited Brickfield Hill J Situated1 iu^BIock 'l4— - ''1 SYDNEY 'Phone: City 9440. 8 Sydney's Value Centre. ? g ^ ^ ^ Q

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B.A.W.R.A. WOOLS BAWRA SALES IN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

B.A.W.R.A. WOOLS ? ifL ? BAWBA SALES IK MARCH. The Chairman of British Australian Wool Realisation Association, Limited (Sir John Higgins), has issued the 1'uiiuwing statement showing the sales during: Niarch of Australasian Wools, owned and/or controlled by B.A.W.R.A., with the 3tocks remaining, on 31st March, 1924: — AUSTRALIAN WOOLS. ' j STOCKS. | DISPOSALS. I STOCKS, list March, 1324. |Mar. 1 to 31, 1924. [ 31st March, 1824. 3ROSSBRED — ' | Bales. Bales. I Bales. Combine : | Fine 50/58/68's ? 25,000 8,000 I 17,000 Medium 4i/4S's ? 7,000 4,000 * 4,000 Low 40's and below 3,000 1,000 [ 3,000 35,000 13,000 |' 23,040 Clothing : | Fine 50/&8/60'o ? 6,000 2,000 1 f ? 3,000 Medium 44/46's .... 4,000 2,000 [ 2,000 / Low 40's and below .. 2,000 1,000 | 1,000 12.000 5,000 / 6,000 ' Carbonising: I Fine 5u/5S/60's ? 6,000 4,000 I 2.0W Medium 44/46's ? 6,000 3,000 I 2,000 Lo w 40's and below 1,000 — ] 1,000 12,000 7,000 | 5,000 TOTAL ? | 59,000 | 25,000| 34,000 . . j — — — — _ — NEW Z...

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South Australian Elections BARWELL'S CRITICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

South Australian Elections BARWELL'S CRITICISMS. (By 'Political Student.') Tlie South Australian State elec tions, as anticipated in well-informed political circles, threaten to develop into a National debacle. One of the most regrettable features is the somewhat hasty and markedly indiscreet post election utterances of Sir Henry Barwell, State Premier, in summing up the factors instrumental in the apparent defeat of the Liberal Party. Admittedly, Sir Henry may _ _ be smarting under the stings of political defeat at the hands of the electors of his State, but those who are work ing incessantly for a better understand ing between the two anti-Socialistic parties, deplore greatly his disrupting statement and the open attack it con tained, on the Country Party. To attribute the results to the vote splitting tactics of the Country Party is unfair, further it is not consistent with the true facts,- and, therefore, it is a dishonest act of one that should know better. Let us examine the p...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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PENNED The Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

?0? penned ^ Tho Cure. From 'Sarah Bernhardt as I Knew Her: The Memoirs of Madame Pierre Berton as told to Basil Woon.' When Sarah was thlrty-slx years old, her son, Maurice, had reached! his sev enteenth year. He was already caus ing her a good deal of trouble, due to her eccentric way of bringing him up : — 'She was original In her treatment of his childish faults. When he was six, he persisted in a habit of chewing the tips of his gloves, and no correction, apparently, could cure him of the habit. Exasperated, Sarah one day made him take a pair of gloves to the kitchen, fry them in butter, and eat them! The cure proved) effective.' The squire. Hev. P. II. Ditchfield, in his book 'Country Folk,' tells many good stories. It is the modern fashion to abuse the squirearchy ; but at a recent con gress of social economists a speaker stated that but for that gentleman, who took a pride in his village, the country side would have lost most of its ameni ties. The squire used to inspire awe...

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DINGOES IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

DINGOES IN QUEEHStAMD. Reports from various parts of Queensland indicate that many pro perty owners are taking full advantage of the Government terms for acquiring netting, and are enclosing holdings as a protection against the awful ravages of the dingo (reports the Graziers' Re view, Brisbane). While the terms of fered by the Government are a substan tial contribution to tlie fight in so far as they offer opportunities for those who would not otherwise be able to undertake the cost of fencing', much might yet be- done by those in authority to help in the matter. State cattle stations themselves are breeding grounds for pests, and where? these exist in the midst of sheep coun try they constitute a distinct menace to every surrounding sheep breeder. Dillalah is the classic example of this evil. But in criticising the Govern ment _in this matter of dingo destruc tion it is not too much to remind graziers themselves that they aro still on the question, and whilQ their differences rema...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Stoats and Weasels FIGHTING THE RABBIT. CASE FOR SCIENTIFIC STUDY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

$M© and if@a§©ls FIGHTING THE RABBBT. CASE FOB, SCIENTIFIC STUDY. Dr. J. A. Gilrath, diecussing 'oar natural enemies and their natural ene mies,' writes in the New Zealand Far mer Stock and Station Journal: — 'It occurs to me that the causes or circumstances operating in Europe to prevent the rabbit becominc the pest he is in Australasia would bo well worthy of scientific study. It is possible that tho stoat and the weasel may havo1 much to do with preserving -fit® balance of nature there. 'These natural enemies of the rah-' bit were introduced to New Zealand many years ago. They were liberated, but not in great nnmberis, and only long after the rabbit had become a seri ous menace. There is no definite evi dence that they have multiplied greatly but there is some season to believe that in certain districts they havo proved a valuable check. WORTHY OF STUDY. 'Their effect has never been seriously and systematically studied bv compe tent observers. Yet it ia well worthy of study. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

lT(Q)Wm, 'ggTATO' 1 You have probably seen in your experience the havoc THE DISHONEST EXECUTOR has mado in otiior ? j men's Estates. We often Bee it for we are frequently called in when the trouble is dons to gather up i&o J remains. It is impossible for this embarasement to arise with ' j ? THE UNION TRUSTEE CO. | one of tlie oldest established and largent Trustee Companies in Australia. j Noto namo, and address is: No. 15 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, and st Melbourne and Bris&ana. Directors: — Hon. James Ashton, M.L.C. (Chairman), W. H. Mackay, Hod. Sir Henry Braddoa, K.BJQ3.rM.L.C. James Kidd, R. M. Pitt Manager: A. E. Norden, F.F.I. A., A.C.l.S. (Eng.) Write or call for FREE BOOKLETS on any matter relating to your Will and Estate. '

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The Menace of the East ASIATIC STOCK DISEASES. INVASION OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

?& ifatt if is last ASIATIC STOCK DISEASES. INVASION OF AUSTRALIA. - (By 'Stockman.') In Biblical days 'tho East' pro duced its wise men ; to-day, the East provides Australia with a plethora of nisidiouB diseases and plagues. . Tho vast herds and flocks of tho Commonwealth recently were menaced tho greatest stock plague known to science. The mortality of rinderpest m affect ed countries frequently passe3 the ninety par cent mark. Tho Northern Territory is the most vulnerable part of our jjreat Common wealth — sparsely populated, and within a few days' sail of countries that possess foot-and-mouth disease, and anrra in their endemic form. THE DANGER. These countries form a group that are regarded owing to their teeming imlhons as commercially attractive. _ Oversea transport must of necessity visit their ports, supplies must bo taken aboard from likely centres of in fection, and the ship's fcomplement must mingle with tho inhabitants and pfheials domiciled in countries reeking...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

INSURANCE PROTECTION AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY INSURE WITH THE PHOENIX ASSURANCE CO. LTD. TOTAL ASSETS, £30,000,000. CLAIMS* PAID, £176,000,000 FIRE, MARINE, LIVE STOCK, MOTOR CAR, and ALL CLASSES OF ACCIDENT INSURANCE. AGENCY APPLJCATION INVITED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. N. 8. WALES BRANCH: 67 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. ? ? ? ? - ? ? ? ''''I 'HI IMhUII* l» CTTOM ? (m.

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NEWMARKET SALES MELBOURNE SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

NEWMARKET SALES iMEiaOXmNB SHEEP SAMS. JOHN MoNAHA'RA and OO. report prin cipal sales as follows 356 1 J. A. iloVcan, Glenbrae, Stocliinbin fal, to £1 36a . 6d avg £1 14a 3d; 323 1 lie. Kernan Broil.. Ardlothan, to £1 13a 7d avg £1 12a 2d; 252 1 H. H.' White, Tarcntta, to £1 133 lOd avg £1 13a; 228 1 J. Williamson, Homcwood, to £1 16s 3d avg £1 14s 4d; 173 1 J. Alexander, Mooroopna, to £1 17e 10d avg £1 15a Sd; ' 212 1 F. Robinson, Veronica Park, to £1 146 6d avg £1 12s 8d; 127 1 J. Llewellyn, Barwon Vale, to £1 13a 7d avg £1 lis 6d; 104 I V. Pickard, Korrumbarra, to £1 15s 7d avg.£l 14a 3d. 512 xw Joseph Ponton,' Illabo, to £2 5s 10d avg £2 la 9d; 323 obit w M. and A. Mclvor, Strathisle, to £2 4s 4d avg £2 2s 2d; 223 xw Watt Bros., Trundle, to £2 2a 6d avg £2 Is 3d; 214 xw J. A. MoVcan, Glenbra^ Stock inbingal, to £?. 9s lOd avg £2 Is 8d; 116 xw McKornan Bros., Ardlethan, to £2 to 6d avg £2 5s 3d; 116 xw J. A'. Pike, Strathallen to £2 8s lOd avg £2 4s 5d ; 110 xw E. McGrady, Berrig...

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