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AMBITION. IT IS NO SIN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

AMBITION. IT IS NO SIN. Sir William Cullen, Chancellor of the Sydney University,, addressing the un dergraduates, said: — Some people blame the ambition to get a degree. It is a noble ambition. Some people think it is something to boast of that they never took a prize at school. That's funny. Is the girl or boy who never took a prize any better than anyone else? Just as great a percentage of those who took prizes make their presence felt in after life as of those who did not.- It is never attained in academic destination. Ignorance is pardonable, but it is never a thing to be proud of. Lazi ness is something to be ashamed of. This , is a country of workers, a coun try of opportunities. Nowhere in the. world is there greater scope and opportunity. No one gets knowledge without work of some sort and the work of the University is well worth the doing. 'How on earth, Harold, did you manage to get your clothes so fright fully torn?' 'I 'ried to save a little boy from get ting licked.' 'T...

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

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

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

MISS W1LTOM. SET 'OT REGISTBX. IN' ? '.COLONIAL HOUSBL 4 CASTLEREAGH STREET, CITY. Or. Huntar Bt., 6th floor. Tato Lift TeleDhoao: £423. MRS. McGLUSKY FEDERAL PROTESTANT GOVERNESS and SERVANTS' REGISTRT. 1st FLOOR 84 HUNTER ST., SYDNEY. STATION SERVANTS a Speciality. Only superior, reliable Servants recommended. Telophone B 3505. ' '

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Scriptural Advice on Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Scriptural Advioo on Trees. .Long ago, nearly 1500 years B.O., leaders of the people of that time knew the value of trees and their importance ' to human life. In tho 20th oha'pter of Deuteronomy the priest, in his exhor tation to encourage the people to battle stated: 'When thou slialt besiege a city a long time in making war. againpt it, thou shalt not destroy the trees thereof by forcing an axe against them, lor thou mayst eat of them ; ai;d thou shalt not cut them down (for the tree of the field is man's life) to employ them in the siege. 'Only tho trees which thou know est that they be not trees for meat, thou shalt destroy and cut them down, . .

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WOMEN'S COUNTRY PARTY COOMA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

WOMEN'S COUNTRY PARTY COOMA BRANCH. (By M. Gunn.) At a meeting, held in .September of last year at Cooma, a strong healthV. branch with about 30 memoers was formed, Mrs W. W. Hedges bang un animously elected President. On 20th March last their first ? an nual meeting wn« VmM ing officers were elected : President, tit' y?' Hedges; Vice-Presidents, rfrji' tj- Litchfield and Mrs. J. E. Uody; Hon. Treasurer, Miss Ida Gar 'ock;. Hon. Secretary, Miss Amy Mar tin ; General Conttfiitte©, Mesdames C,. H. Stile's, J. C. Martinu. R. S. Mar tin, E. H. Quodling, W. E. Good win, C. A. Ferguson, Ev- Hain, J. Har nett, and Misg E. Haslingden. During its short life the Cooma Branch has grown considerably, increas ing its membership, and looks forward to an active year. Great Scott ! Can't something b& done about Sir Harry Lauder * coming back to Australia? What have we done to deserve this I And if that wasn't enough to ensuro a sad Easter, Sir Sam Hordern is off to Britain. Sam Hordern, 'Yo...

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

PrlnBRor&nq 17PUnlls»r-1 b-' ^TXLLIAM J3KUOKS, 17 Castlereagh St.. Sydney the 'STOCK JOURNAL' NEWS i7C2MEANY' LTD., at their nif atAt Castlereagh St.. Sydney. In the State of New South Wales. BLO - FLI - DI FOR FLY-BLOW, 8/6 Gallon; alao Strychn'ne, Hullo's, 6oz. lots, 5/3 oz., Freight paid. Smaller lota, 5/6 oz. SALT— Coarse 72/6, 80/-, Rock 116/-. o»*,-.«ron' En0'sh, 26Q, £28 ton BASIS* NETTING & WIRE at Lowest Rates., Also Woolpacke, Wlndmlllo, Pumps, Piping, Station Supplies, Blucstone, Carbide, Calcium Cyanide, Vlta-LIck, Tanks, Tea, Groceries, Ear Pliers, Droppers, Eto. W. N. BEAUMOUOT 50 YOUNG STREET, SYDNEY.

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"NIGHTS OFF" MURIEL STARR. safe, for did not Albeit give the three priests the slip at a Hull-street corner? Toff, the brains of the party. FRANK HARVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

v-^mxKiamB/aasmait * mights! ohM5 MURIEL STARR. By LAWRENCE O'BOY. safe, for did .not Albert give the thi'ee priests the slip at a Hull-street corner? Toff, the brains of the party, FRANK HARVEY. /gY HIS will be the Easter attraction J. at the Royal, with Muriel' Starr and Frank Harvey as chief emotion alists In the stirring drama. It is quite a while since Hicliens Wote the novel — a novel which, to some extent, is grandfather to 'The jsnieii,' though it didn't rival it in book-selling qualities. We didn't rush those things so much then as we do now. , ? ? ? The scenery is magnificent, as wit ness our picture, and an exact replica of the London production. Clifford Spnrr, who produces it for J.C.W., was the original producer, and this is the fiixth company for whom he was put It on the stage. ' A NIGHT AT AN INN' is one o f xpC the many fantasies which Lord DuiiSJiny Jias written— Baron Duu eany, of Dunsany Castle, County Meath, Ireland, and either the 18th v OrMOth baron, the firs...

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

IfegQ ^^MrgtprixeMQQ \ lisMlesnMfe Wia©g. | 500 Prizes iia an absorbing and interesting j | Competition. Open to everyone, I I ? | i. For many years Lindeman's have held the I reputation of being beyond all question the H finest Wine producers in theSoutnern Hemis 3 phere. I 2. We challenge a comparison with any Con 1 tinenral wine, at twice the price of any of our 1 vintages. 1 3. Connoisseurs are unanimous in theic I . approval. \ 4. Lindeman's Wines ha v. been always the '? most welcome guest at the dinner table. So confident arc wc that you w:'l approve o: and en dorse these assertion* that we have initiated this Com petitor! to persuade you to test Lindeman's Wines with the chance of a big profit to yourselves. On every bottle of Lindeman's Wire a red coupon is attached. All you have to do is to think of a slogan — ? short sentence of not more than seven words, such ss ''The Vine's Greatest Gift,' 'The Wine of Life,' - 'livery Meal a Banquet' — aptly describing Linde tn^n's Win...

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

BENIE RIANO There's nothing under ? the Bun, they oayi that Is abtsolutely new; (Rcnlo Rlano'a legs, Arc really most exqui site pegs.) Man has only got one chief end, but, Renle Rlano has two, -? ? ' — «?»- Legere piano: — Renle Rlano, You'll do! SOMEWHERE about a hundred years ago Tom Hood immortal ised 'Miss Kelmansegg and her gol den leg.' We advancq with the times. Renie Riano has knocked her out of1 her stride with two nether limbs more precious than rubies or fine emeralds. iRenie Riano mod estly claims that she is beautiful from the knees down. I print her picture from the toes up to show that she underestimates her attractive ness. More than that, when you have seen those legs in action you will agree with me that they are worth a million. Perhaps you don't know that, she has insured tliem for £40,000. She has a 100.000 dollar policy in America and a £20.000 one in Australia. As a comedienne and eccentric dancer she is unique. Who was it who called herself 'The Vital Spark?'...

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CATTLE BREEDING INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS. AN AUSTRALIAN'S IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

CATTLE BREEDING - 't' ? INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS. AN AUSTRALIAN'S IMPRESSIONS. Mr. Lionel J. Weatiherley, who was a delegate from the Australian Meat Council to the International Cattle Breeding Congress at The Hague, Hol land, supplies tho following improssions. The Committee of the International Congress on Cattle Breeding gave the various delegates every possible, assis tance to acquire information concerning the methods used and the conditions under which cattle breeding is carried on in Holland. They did this by taking us long excursions to see the country and stock in their natural conditions, showing us the docks at Rotterdam, tho model Yarm of 'de Vaan,' by a large Horso and Cattle Show at' The Maheveld at the Hague, and last by placing each of us under the care and guidance of one of their cattle breeding experts. Holland is divided into eleven provin ces. THE DUTCH WAY. Each of these provinces has a Govern nor. Further, each has veterinary and other staffs, including a cattl...

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

MADE IN AUSTRALIA FOR AUSTRALIA. The Ideal Engine for all Farm Work. The 'Buzacoti' Kerosene Eiigra® A strong, sitnplo, Throttling Governor Engine superior to any of tho imported types, runs on ehoap korosene. is hopper cooled, is easy to start, needs practically no attention. Tho 'Buzaeott' Engine is ABSOLUTELY STANDARDISED. Spare?, which will fit, are i I'.vays immediately a^ ailable Write for Illustrated Catalogue and all details. Bazavoffe.Q 7-11 u?ir!-rt Strict, Sydney and Adelaide Street, Biisbane. a ? ? ? ? ....

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WOOL CLASS. GLEN INNES STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

WOOL CLASS. GLEN INNES STUDENTS. In the House, Mr, Bruntnell : During the discussion on the Estimates tho hon. member Mr. Drummond referred to the attendance at the class in wool classing at Glen Innes, and stated he had been .informed that this class was beine: continued at considerable exDense in tho interests of one student only — a Chinese lad. I havo had full inquiries made, and find that the attendances at this or any centre have never at any time been reduced to one student. The attend ance at the present time here is eleven, and while this is admittedly under the usual average, the fact is occasioned by a number of students having the dis trict for the shearing season. With re gard to the Chinese student referred to it is reported that this student is a resident of the district, owning 30,000 sheep and the necessary country to graze them. ========== The Power We Use, , A a If a man realised at the end of .the day how much energy he had expend ed In normal and almost unconsci...

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WHY IS A FAT MAN?. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

WHY IS A FAT MAN?. Fat men are born, not made, ac cording to Dr. C. B. Davenport, direc tor of the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, who spoke before a recent meeting of the National Academy of Sciences in Washington on 'Heredity in Body Build. According to his statement, the only safe and sure way to be al ways slim and sylph-like in figure is to have parents who were slender in build. Says Science Service's 'Daily Scienc; News Bulletin' (Washington). 'It is not altogether a matter of what ono eats or how much,' said Dr. Davenport, calling attention to the habits of the Aberdeen- Angus and Jer sey cattle, the former of which are big eaters and put on weight easily while the Jerseys even if given all the food they want always remain slight and slender. The quality which turns food into fat was hereditary, he said. THE CHILDREN. 'Diagrams of fat and thin families were shown, one of the families given to avoirdupois culminating in two daughters whose ...

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FURTHER CHEAP TRAINS FOR EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

FURTHER CHEAP TRAINS FOR EASTER. Country people in every district of the State will be pleased to learn that the Railway Commissioners havo de cided to give a further opportunity to those who may desire to come to Syd ney for tho Easter Show and racing , carnivals to travel at cheap excursion rates. It was at first thought that the extensive series of cheap excursion trains, timed to leave country dis tricts, in order to allow country people .to get to Sydney to take part in the celebrations attached to the arrival of the Great British Fleet would serve the dual purpose of visitors to Sydney for both the Fleet and Show attractions. . ,it , Sfcafy1 large number country people, who usually come to Sydney at Easter time, were unable to leave their homes early enough to be in time for the Fleet ar rival celebrations. The Commission ers have, therefore, conceded that a further series of cheap excursion trains, such as is usually run a few days prior to tho actual Easter holiday season, i...

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HOMEBUSH COMPLAINT TOO MANY RUBBISHY CATTLE Can Anything Be Done? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

HOMEBUSH COMPLAINT ? ( . ? : — TOO MANY RUBBISHY CATTLE . Can Anything Be Done? - \ , The trade is complaining over the large numbers of rubbishy cattle that are being yarded at Homeftush day after day. These cattle are gravely disturbing the business, and the ques tion is; Can anything be done about it ;j One man who went through the yard ing on Monday, states that there wero somewhere about five hundred head of cattle yarded that were really poor stores and worse. Some stockowners who saw them say that all they had on them was the hide, and that wasn't of much value! DEALER'S WORK. Many of these cattle are old, poor, worn-out dairy cows, picked up by dealers on the Coast. Dealers, it seems, have been particu larly active of late in the dairy dis tricts, and they bought up these cattle at nominal prices, and aro selling them at Homebush at a profit. Probably the owners would never think it worth while to send them into Homebush, even if they could make up a truck load. But apparent...

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SPRING RIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

SPRINC RIDGE. A cheery note comes from the hon. secretary of Spring Kldge asking for every piece of information us to how to get her branch into full working order. We are therefore posting her a packet of badges, and also the rules of Keera House, so that she may be able to interest her members in that portion of our work.

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THE WORLD GOES ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

THE WORLD GOES ROUND Parkes, u town which modestly speaks of itself us 'the best of the west' (and I don't know that it isn't nenrly right), was more than pleased at having His Excellency and Lady de Chair in Parkes, thus giving them the first glimpse of the golden west 1 rOlU tlieir own tmvii mwl /?nrtnlnlv tho whole community showed a wonderful spirit in the way in which one and nil combined to ensure the success of the visit. Ills Excellency greatly enjoyed the sheep shearing and the discussion on various matters of farming by prac tical men who were there ns delegates to the Agricultural Bureau conference. Mrs. Anthony Ilordern is one of the hostesses this week in honour of the visit of the British squadron. She is giving « dance at Ketford Hall on Tuesday evening next. The big dance at the Hose Bay Golf Club was held on Wednesday even ing, and oil Thursday there was the ball of the adult Deaf and Dumb. Among the visitors to Sydney last week was .Mrs. Ueselgh, past president ot ...

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

MUDCEE. Miss F. B. Cox has been chosen as the delegate from Mudgee for the an nual conference at Mom: in May. Ow ing to the greatly regretted resigna tion of Mrs. Harvey Nicholls, Mrs. Macdonald, of Erudgere. has been elected president, with Mrs. Richard son, of the Bank of N.S.W., Mudgee, as hon. secretary, and Mrs. Grigg, of the Commercial Bank, as lion, treasurer.

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OUR HON. TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

OUR HON. TREASURER. . Our hard working hon. treasurer (.Mrs. W. Ila/.lett) is almost due back from her brief holiday in Melbourne and the highlands --f Victoria, where she has been able to spend a happy holiday with her mother. In the meantime, t lie head otlice has been miss ing her wise counsel very much in deed, and will welcome her back with open arms.

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