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AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION. STEFANSSON'S PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATION. STEFANSSON'S PLAN. A cable to the 'Herald'; — The i'olar explorer Mr. Vilhjahnur Stefansson, who sails by the Sonoma on May 6 to lecture in Australia, when interviewed, said he will make a special study of Central Australia. He will make the journey thither with Captain George Wilkins, a former Polar asso ciate, for the purpose of obtaining data for a series of lectures in Canada upon his return in October. Mr. Stefansson expressed the belief that 'Australia's so-called desert is no thing of the sort, and that it probably possessed unimagined potential fertil ity.' He added: 'I believe that the reputed aridity of any land is univer sally proportionate to knowledge of it. Explorers suffer from the rather human tendency to heroise themselves by ex aggerating a new land's dangers, and inaccessibility. The world has been steadily trenching upon fertile areas until now we are faced by the demand for new territory for expansion, and this can be met only by reclaimi...

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

EVA BRAHAM CONSULTANT SPECIALIST FOR LADIES. Send for the new Complexion and Hair Pamphlet. New Fashion Plate now ready for 1924. ^74 GEORGE ST., Sands' Charabsro, SYDNEY. [ ? T-^immnnnfirnn'-TT FOX. SKINS TANNED for 3/6, RAB RITS, 10/- per doz., OPOSSUMS 1/9, KANGAROOS 4/6 up, WALLABYS 2/6 to 8/6, SNAKES 1/6 per foot. Coun try clients, send ' them by post to — TOST AND ROHU, 26 Martin Place, Sydney. j S Tke World9 s Best ! § | NESTLE'S | I CONDENSED I ! MILK I I Every Tin Guaranteed : ? J 1- ?????? ? ?? M 422 If

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 F iHjOCIC For the Dance A charmingly Giriisk Styh tasde in Crepe Satin YvoiiSie :-??? Featured By WAY'S ffl : , J|f 11 ^ Crepe Satin Yvonne, an ex quisite new fabric in delight ful shot effects, is the making of this elegantly simple Even ing Frock. It is fabric that falls gracefully, and is emi nently suited for tho straight line silhouette. The small Cape collar forms epaulettes oil the shoulders; the hips are prettily shirred, and fin- I isliea with a handsome posy. It can be . supplied in shades I of Turquoise, 'Geranium* All i Lavender, or Maize, each I effectively shot with silver. j Lengths 46 and'48ins. ] Special Value 59/6. 1 V/Hsre Mail Goes, We Serve. Carriage Paid on all Orders. E. WAY' & CO. | j: LIMITED, | 213-219 PITT ST., SYDNEY. j Whea dowa for ita EASTER SHOW visit MAY MOORE'S studios foi Artii'ic Photography 189 King Street, Sydney. | LADY de chair as our new PATRONESS. Her Excellency Lady de Chair an nounced at the ladles' session of the Parlies Agricul...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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I've Been Reading. "HERE'S TO THE GODS." [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Pve Been 'Reading. . 'HERE'S TO THE GODS.' (By Austin Parker. — Our copy from Robertson & Mullins,. Ltd., Melbourne.) . ' ; THIS is a story of a young man who experiments with life. Born in the East, of American parents, he goes to ' the .United States to complete hia education. The experimenting startB while he is still at school, and is continued afterwards. Girls come into the story, of course. for thev are part of- the experiment. It is a- remarkable story of the younger generation in America. There is a feverish pursuit of excitement, which was one of the results of the war everywhere. Excitement of that sort is not life, but apparently lots of young people have to And that out for themselves. It is a well-written story that holds the reader's interest right to the end. A book that is sure of a big circulation. 'TIMOTHY RICHARD OF CHINA.' (By William E. Soothill. — Our copy from the Sydney Book Club.) MR. timothy RICHARD, the sub ject of this biography, was for over for...

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

1 g?®e;f a sfOTigg I 1 -J * * AT ICE WOOLCROWIM8 -a CRAZ' -LN itJC PROPERTY. COMBINED 'WITH FINE HO3L0, . ' X BABBIT NETTED. 4004 AORES, C.P. Basaltic and Limestono. Aboat BOO Acres, suitable' agriculture .and 400 Acrea lucerne. Carrying' capacity for many years:. 40®) sheep and big' stock. 12. roomod house, -wool shod. etc. '? PEICE: £5 5a per ACCBE. Present Title, ' '? PITT, SON and BADGEBY, LTD., Sydney. Q RANGE STUD RAM SALE. 600 SELECTED STUD AND FLOCK RAMS. SATURDAY, APRIL 28lh. . BAMS entered for Sale from each well.' known Btuds as 'Boonoko,' , Wangamonir Pastoral Co., Ltd., Ifacfarlane Bros., ? Nar rabri, 'South Wangamong,' 'Gunningbar,' 'Bourimbla,' ctc.o Fullest particulars and catalogues on ap plication to ll cNRTLTiY and CRAJSIPTON. Stad Salesmen, Oranso, N.S.W. 0 HEAP GRAZING PROPERTY. SPLENDID DISTRICT. ATTRACTIVE TERMS. 3SS3 ACEES, FREEHOLD, C.P. and O.L. (About 8/- per Acre owing Crown). Situated 20 miles Wellington, good road, bandy school and P.O., undulating, to ...

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QUAIL THE TWO VIEWS. SPORT AND AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

QUAIL ? -jp ? THE TWO VIEWS. t ? SPORT AND AGRICULTURE. Australia has the reputation of being the land of sport. Probably this is why the quail is at present protected! — nominally, at all events — from the gun. It is; according to Sir Joseph Carruthers, ''practically the only really sporting bird we have in Australia.' (reports the 'Daily Telegraph ') The protection at present given to guj:li Is tie result of representations made to the Government from the Farmers' Conference of 1022. It was urged their that the quail was an in sectivorous ? bird, and was, therefore, a friend of the farmer, and it was asked that a close season should be declared for five years. Mr. Oakes de clined to go to this length, but pro mised two years' protection, leaving it open to revision after twelve months. SPORTMEN'S VIEW. The other day Sir Joseph Carruthers introduced to Mr. Oakes a deputation of sportsmen^ who asked that the em bargo be removed, on the ground that the silver, j*roy, or stubble quail...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Australian Butter GOOD KEEPING QUALITY. A SEA MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Australian Butter GOOD KEEPINg'qUALITY. . A SEA MYSTERY. The sea _ casts up some strange flot sam and jetsam .at times — beachcomb- ers, versatile and imaginative as they are, could many a tale unfold of their ofttime weird . discoveries, in their dally rake of that motley collection of i1^e,btisr.,tiiat''ti^;seA^je^'ocean ':dis gorges, on the wind-swept beaches of our sea-gjrt shores. Not even the most redundant chron icler of these fictionists could weave such a skein of romance as that asso ciated with a recent discovery on the South-Western shores of West. Aus tralia — lapped by the icy' waters of the Antarctic. The illfated 'Pericles,' wrecked off the treacherous Leeuwin in 1910, had a big consignment of cargo c,n 'board — this included many hundred boxes of butter. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mottram, well known residents of the Warren dis trict — a locality situated between Al bany and Cape Leeuwin — were .riding along the beach recently near their home. At a point on the beach, near ...

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

MELBOURNE f AGENTS SELUNGJ* ? AT NEWMARKET j For Highest Priess At NetYtnarKot, Moibourno, send your $tcsk to Francis Ross & Co. (Thos. s. Johnston, Geo. T. Wakefials!) - 473 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE All consignments carefully drafted and sdd by or under the pergami supervision of the Principals* JiSsn [kMaraara ? & e © . Fat Stock Salesmen, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA. Specialists In Gil Stock Matters. Wires: 'McNaocWu Co., Melbourne.' Edward J. Centner 481 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE. Sheep and Cattle Sales regularly at Newmarket Yards. Melbourne. L 1. Falrbalra & Co. Fat-,StooU salesmen, 117 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE. . Regular Weekly Sales held at New market.

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

BOOMERANGS, EMU EGCS AND [ AUSTRALIAN CURIOS AND OPALS. || Wo have the largest stock in tho j world — Furs and Feathers, Hat 'Plumes j and everything Australian. : TOST AND ROHU, j| 26 Martin Place (Near &.P.O.), j Sydney. 'r,

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"Talk o'the Town" MY DEAR ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

' Talk o9 the Town' MY DEAlt AUTIIUR, TO tell you the truth, we are talk ing about nothing this week-end but the rain ; unless we drop the sub ject for a second to mention the wind Something phenomenal, brother, it has been for several days now. Quite the weather for mackintoshes, goloshes and leggings, umbrellas, too, when the wind is not too strong or some friend hasn't pinched it. The rain, the rain, the beautiful rain, Oh, will It be ever bright sunshine again? And the wind, oh, the wind, how It rattles the windows, And round the verandah rampages and roars In the chimneys, and shakes all the doors. And creeps through each crevice in fan light and floors; And as the clock brings half-past ten, i put away my fountain pen, Chain up the dog, chase out the cat, , And place the milk-Jug on the mat; Swift then my bed I tumble In And tucking blankets round my chin I Il3ten to the driving rain That pelts against the window pane — 1 fall asleep wondering If the weather is ever going to b...

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Our Serial (All Rights Reserved) The Lady Boss CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Our Serial'' oi I fine Ladiy Bow n nasajirBy Leila Hamilton m (All Rights Reserved) CHAPTER IV. Patricia, speut lier last afternoon in Melbourne visiting a boys' college. She had promised one of her neighbours, Mrs. Treliern, a quiet, brave, little wo . man, who lived 011 one of the loneliest stations in the west of New South Wales, to visit her onlv boy. Billy, whom she had sent to his father's old college to be educated1. The old fir trees were throwing long shadows across the grass, as Patricia walked through tho college grounds to her taxi, which she had left waiting at the big. iron, entrance gates. Hut to her surprise, instead of her dark-green taxi, she noticed the hand some, little, white-and-gold car of the doctor. What could It lnciiiiV Surely her aunt could, not. be ill? She felt her heart beating quickly, as she quickened her -pare towards the gates. As she approached, the doctor, immaculate as ever, stepped out of the car, and smil ingly advanced to meet her. 'How do yo...

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

« please? . /(|pS Is it likely that I'd require so many ( .? ? Branches and have to employ over ^ ^ Fifty hands if my Dental work was |j» Snot reliable and Painless? |i' SPECIAL EASTER OFFER | GUM BLOCK TEETH £5/5/- | ^ OTHER PLATES from £2/12/6 | 1 PAINLESS FILLINGS AND | |ff| EXTRACTIONS | A Signed Legal Guarantee is given M ( 1 11 1 ^ to every Patient, that there'll be no | charge for REPAIRS, RE- |;' 1 MODELLING, or REFILLING |- a Tooth if occasion arises. | liJI UlAREES I f 1 ©BNTSST Bonds S I / . ? ; ? \ (hnier VMiKmaS* , fl || Savin3sB^0vttrTh°mPsons Si'SSiore jj

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

There Is As Much Difference Between Wind- 11 ^ mills As There Is Between Men , 1 H Some give faithful service, being always ready for duty when the occasion g arises. Some mills are just cheap agricultural machines, which glvo 'J*'®0 |M impressions as to tho wonderful economy of a Windmill Plant. The ||t 'Comet' Mill is of Sterling Value and always gives Dependable Service. B|j s 'Comet' owners are enthusiastic about this point. Egj $j 'Use tho Wind' is a most attractive little booklet. May we send you a g 1 C°Py SIDNEY WSLL.IAJV3S & CO., LTD. j fe WORKS AND OFFICE ? DULWICH HILL, SYDNEY? ? Kg jr. CITY OFFICE ? 285a GEORGE STREET H K Also at Rockhumpton, Brisbane, and Townsvlllo. . ^

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

HARBOUR TOURIST TRIPS j| FROM FORT MACQUARIE AT 10.15 A.M. AND 2.16 P.M. j Every Tuesday and Every Thursday S SEE ALL SYDNEY HARBOUR IN ONE DAY. 2 FARES— ALL DAY 2/6, HALF-DAY 1/6, CHILDREN 1/- AND 6d. s Special Trips EVERY SUNDAY at 3 p.m. and also on Public Holidavu S Faro 1/6. ' ? Music by Members of lato State Orchestra on all these trips. : Tel. B6276 (1 lines). SYDNEY FERRIES, LTD. | Clifton Gardens Hotel, Mosman, N.S-W. j FACING SYDNEY HEADS. 3 One of Sydney'o Leading Residential Hotels. : lol. Y 3001-2, T, B, BANN, Manager, s ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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

Writo for Library Catalegae oral on all subjects, -which mil bo e&oi post froo OB spplieafcioa. DYMOCK'S BOOK ARCADE, LTD., 428 GEORGE STREET. 3YOMF»

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AUSTRALIAN FRUIT AMERICAN CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

AUSTRALIAN FRUIT AMERICAN CRITICISM. (By W. S. Campbell.) One of the leading Agricultural and Horticultural papers in California, 29th September, 1923, refers to Aus tralian fruit. The comments made are well worth taking into considera tion by all those growers and exporters of fruits in Australia who are inter ested in those industries. The comments are exceedingly severe, and are, I fancy, from the numerous criticisms published from time to time in our Press, to a con siderable extent 'deserved. Unless some steps be taken to remedy mat ters the consequences may prove dis astrous to those, or many of those, concerned in fruit-growing. The comments reterred to were made by D. L. Kieffer, and are: — 'It has been recently said that Australian fruit-growers are worse off than those here: ? This, perhaps, is fundamentally so, but not temporarily true. In so far as they are up against strong Californian competition in England, insofar as they continue to be satisfied with l9wer standards...

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OUR MEAT EXPORT "GRADE AND ADVERTISE." STOCKOWNER'S IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

OUR MEAT EXPORT 'GRADE- AND ADVERTISE.' STOCKOV/NER'S IMPRESSIONS. Mr. J. B. Cramsie, Chairman of the Australian Meat Council, has received tho following letter from Mr. H. H. Manning: — Dear Sir, — '1 spent the greater part of 1922 anu xyza aoroaa, during which period I travelled over a large area of Great Britain, mostly by motor car and also had a house in the country for six months. . 'Having been on . the land in NeW South 'Wales 1 was naturally very in terested m.-trying to find out how and in what manner our primary products were marketed and consumed in Great Britain. . During the whole of my visit I did not on any occasion see Australian mea,t sold as such by a re tail butcher. ? . - 'When travelling about I frequently called at butcher shops and psked if they stocked Australian Meat:' The answer invariably was, 'No, we could not sell such meat to our customers ; it is too inferior.' The only place where I saw it sold was. in the East End of London on stalls and barrows, th...

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WATER CONSERVATION. MACQUARIE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

WATER CONSERVATION. MACQUARIE RIVER. Captain Dunn : Can the Minister for Agriculture say whether the proposed scheme for the conservation of water 011 the Macquarie River will be referred to the Public Works Committee this session? Captain Chaffey : The proposed water conservation scheme on tho Macquarie River has engaged the attention of the officers of the department as an urgent matter in view of the representations which were made to the Premier and his decision that the matter should- be put in hand as speedily as possible.* But, in view of the investigations which will be nebessarv on the part of expert officers, it is doubtful whether this work will be sufficiently far ad vanced to enable the Water Conserva tion and Irrigation Commission to supply the necessary information to the Public' Works Committee in time for a reference during the present session, but the whole question is being expedi ted. and action is being taken on those lines.

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NOYES BROS EXHIBIT AT THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

NOYES BROS EXHIBIT AT THE SHOW. Noyes Bros. (Sydney), Ltd., are, as usual, well to the fore at the Royal Agricultural' Show. Their exhibit stand, No. 5, in the Machinery Avenue, is most comprehensive, and should be of special interest to the man on the land as well as municipal, shire and electrical engineers. Included in the exhibits are the cele brated Blackstone Crude Oil and Kero sene Engines, Bentall Pioneer Petrol. Engines, Barford and Perkins Motor. Rpad Rollers, Garrett Super Steam Waggons, Little Western Road Grad ers, Thornycrart Motor Lorry, special Irrigation Pumps and Pumping Heads. (This firm are also agents for the Ave ling and Porter Road Plants, etc). Anderson's 'Red Hand' Building Material, including 'Rok' Roofing Felt, 'Siderosthen' Anti-corrosive, also Bituminous Paints, 'Sidol,' the Borer and White Ant Destroyer, sound deadening and Sheathing Felts. The exhibit aso indues tlie Austra lian-made Parkinson A.C. Motor and special working parts. Twelve of these motor...

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

?DRY.; FEED MUST CAUSE- IMPACTION ? PREVENT IT WITH P The reason of this Mixture is that it is almost impossible to rail Molasses without heavy losses ? 1 the casks leak badly. Ma ny places have asked us to mix the Salt with the Molasses in Sydney, 1 to. save both the labor and this constant loss. It is made at the same factory as the Mooki J Mixtures, where only trained men are employed, so is not in the hands of amateurs, but I is MACHINE MIXED which is the only method to ensure even distribution and blendinp of I the ingredients. ? ? ? ? ? ' Mm ? u j w © ii ©lasses Salt Lick Salt (small, even grain), Sulphur, Bonemeal, Molasses, Sulph, Iron, Epsom Salts, Gentian, Lime (air slacked, not water-slacked), and medicants not made public. Packed loose In new cornsacks which are very useful on the pro- P1SRF 4-10/7 /H tfil! /nun thn \ perty and are worth much more than light hessian bags. B 81|g|L dJlUf I I If 8. II 11 !flSV NOTE -This Mixture is recommended for Sheep on old dry grass or...

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