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No title [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

We Have Always Been Unlucky in Our Fruit Deals ? 'Mr Austin Chapman, M.H.R., showed that the flat rate for fruit was profitable only for the canneries. In three years it had cost Australia over £600,000.' — News item.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COWRA'S GROWING MEMBERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

COWRA'S GROWING MEMBERSHIP. Cowra sends along a very bright ac count of the steady growth of their numbers, which now amount to 114. This is a wond'erful result of so short a campaign and leads us to hope that from Cowra we shall have some enthu siastic delegates for Moree. The hon. secretary (Mrs. Durrell) writes that several of their members visited Keera House in January and took away a very happy impression of the work that is being done there for the women of the west.

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

.? Before leaving Sydnfcy-v Iv It's a real Selector's Outfit j; ' 2-stand Lister Shearing . J jj! Machines, complete with D.E. r Planking, shafting, Pul f' feK leys, Belting, Tools, Duplicates, and | j I -j|0§% Aooessories — in faot, all ready to fj ^ Jlflljpi start shearing. I : with I 3 B.H.P. ^ Typo 'Z' kerosene Engine, ! fitted for immediate start on {Jj !! benzine, equipped with Bosoh H.T. Magneto, Throttling Erected in your shed for £132// P!us Froight. Dangar, Gedye & Co. Ltd. 16-18 Young Street, Sydney. ' Trams from the Showground pass our poor. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSHWOMAN'S CRIT. WHEN ACCIDENT HAPPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

BUSHWOMAN'S GRIT. WHEN ACCIDENT HAPPENS. From Orange: Mrs. Clawson, a wo man of the western bush, displayed magnificent heroism in connection with an accident which befel' her husband on Friday last, news of which was re ceived at Orange. William Henry Clawson, 'employed as a boundary rider on Katella Station, and residing in a remote portion of the run six miles from the nearest neighbors, went to a paddock to catch a horse, and his lengthy absence caus ed his wife anxiety. She made a search, and discovered her husband lying in a pool of blood with the back of his skull smashed and bleeding from wounds in the face, She half dragged and caried him to the house, bathed his injuries, caught a horso and galloped 10 miles over the roughest countiy in the district to her husband's relatives. Assistance came from all sides, and settlers constructed a bush stretcher and six men carried the injured man six miles over rough bush tracks to Euchareena, from where he was sent to Orange Hospital...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK INSPECTORS ANNUAL CONFERENCE. TEN YEARS' WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

STOCK INSPECTORS ANNUAL CONFERENCE. TEN YEARS' WOR$. The annual conference of the Insti tute of Stock Inspectors was opened in Sydney on Thursday, the attendance being, tlie president (Mr. E. A. Hamil ton) said, tne largest they had ever had. There were present tlie Minister for Agriculture (Mr. F. A. Chaffey, M.L.A.), the Under-Secretaiy for Agri culture (Mr. George Valder), the Chief Veterinary Officer (Mr. Max Henry, M.R.C.V.S.), and Mr. S. T. D, Symons, M.R.C.V.S., late Chief In spector of Stook. MINISTER'S ADDRESS. Mr. Chaffey, in declaring the confer ence open, spoke of the valuable re sulta_ achieved by their deliberations on previous oocasions. Stock officers from many of the remote parts of the State were brought into intimate touch with head-quarters, the resulting im provement in co-operation and coordi nation making for harmony in the working of the department, with' con sequent benefit to stock-owners. He referred to the improvement in the status of veterinary surgeons ...

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

If CO-OPERATION I to good for ANYBODY and ANYTHING it must be good for EVERYBODY and EVERYTHING. The principle is correct. Link up with the Farmers & Graziers'. - Co - operative C©». And — 1. Participate in the profit-sharing principle I 2. Get a fair share of the results of your own . I thought, labour, and enterprise. PRODUCERS— CO-OPERATE ' j

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thorpes, Ltd. AT THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Thorpes, Ltd., AT THE SHOW. The stockowner often _ hears and reads about balanced rations for his stock, and the wonderful performance of Melba XV., has drawn attention to what a ration of this kind fed to the right class of animal will do. ^At this vear's Royal Show farmers and graziers can get_ first-hand infor mation on the feeding of balanced rations. Thorpes, Ltd., have built a large pavilion next door to the Agricultural Hall, where they are exhibiting a wide range of feedstuffs properly prepared, including 'straight' grain, grain meals, by-products and properlybal anced rations for all classes of animals. Every countryman will be interested in this exhibit, and! should make a spe cial point of seeing it. Many of the feeds are unique, and the prepared grains and grain meals are certainly a long way superior to the usual class af feed sold. A special feature is a line of mol asses, feeds for dairy and beef cattle, horses and pigs. Special literature, dealing with feed ing probl...

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

So mfosr cSstails En tSa (Srsftins and salo of fat stooU MEANS INCREASED PROFITS Our organisation stands for tho protesticn of your interests and offers tfea scrvEca of expert* saJessucs? bssJsod by lifelong experience. GET THE BEST OF ATTENTION CONSIGN YOUR FAT STOCK TO B ADGERY BROTHERS LIMITED 10 Castlere&glh Street SYDNEY Co L, Marftmeer FAT STOCK SALESMAN, CSia!2is Hoisso, Martin Place, (cpp. jG.P.O.), SYDNEY. Plcaso tell tho Advertiser that you saw it in tbo 'Stock and Station journal.' ' JOSEPH LEEDS & ©ffl STOOK & STATION AGENTS FAT STOOK SALESMEN 8 SiPGISM® ST„j SYDNEY SELLING AGENTS ONLY. Bankers: Bank of Auetralaoia YfCM t vLJ Can Help Your Company And Help Yourself By Consigning WOOL STOCK '? ' AND PRODUCE I TO THB CMpmOisM 8 Produee 0©iiipaif5 Limited (The Woolgrowcra' Own Company ) Casta Bonus Distributed Araiiaally To All Clients FRANK YOUNG, GEORGE MAIDEN, 1 General Manager. Assistant General Manager. Address : 3 BENT ST., SYDNEY W1TCJL YOU CO...

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

A. SAUNDERS NOVEL j FRUIT 'DISH ! Pure Silverplate.i Al Quality, Satin Finish, Gilt-lined, Wri te for Catalogue. All orders by Mail receive our special attention and prompt despatch. We pay postage on all orders. ? A- @ U © E [rail WATCHMAKER — J E WELLER —OPTICIAN. 805-813 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY (OPP. RAILWAY STATION)

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

-KB m 'New Idea' ?jx| j II Fencing Droppers lws.W// | ? C V. tMjjj These are made of Spring Steel Dropper Wire, are I ^ Oil— IMw easily fixed, beting self-fastening, no ties or wedges ml Ii I | f Inll *' — ' 4 Gauge for Cattle and Boundary Fences R\\ Jj J ® Gauge for Sheep and Division Fences. ju\ Uj j | |\|ff Strong, Light, Pire-resisting, - Hi I I Jl -Ik ppm The cheapest fencing dropper on the market. |\Y Jj I lUl/j Made to order— give spacings from bottom wire up |\A jj I 1^11 and gauge of wire, and if any barb, its position In | 8 For full Particulars and Price List, apply — Goldsbrough, Mori -& Coy., Ltd. Macquarle Place, Sydney. Sole Agents for New South Wales.

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

MELBOURNE STOCK SALES. About 27,000 fat sheep were yarded at Newmarket on Tuesday, when sales were fairly active, and prices for prime quali ties were practically unchanged. Quota tions: Prime orossbred wethers, 43a to 45s, oxtra prime 46s to 49s, odd lota to 53s, good 38s to 42s, second 34s, prime xbred ewes, 34/6 to 36/-, extra prime 3S/- to 42/-, few selected 44s to 47s, good 28s to 32s. mid dling and inferior 20s to 25s, breeding 30s to 43s; prime morino wrs. 41s to 44a, ex tra primo 45s to 47s. good 37s to 40s, second ary 30e to 34s, second merino owes from 23s to 28s, inferior 14s to 18s. About 12.0C0 fat lambs, largely good and prime qualities, wero penned. Tho demand was not ovonly sustained and prices declined about Is per head. Quotations: Primo 32s to 34s, oxtra prime 35s to 37s, few from 38s to 40a, good 29s to 32b, few pens from 25s, weanera 26s 6d to 33a 9d. s? About 2000 fat bullocks, largely good and prime qualities, wore yarded on Wednes day. Tho market wa3 without ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Tariff Will Stand Talking About [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

The Tariff Will Stand Talking About DIUECTLx or iudirectly, the Tariff greatly affects our primary industries; It Is a many-sided subject, and political issues come into it! Hard and fast Protectionists and rree Traders have their cutand dried views upon it. Still, a man may be a Protectionist and yet see that the workings of the Tariff should be adjusted to the main interests of our primary industries. Australia still is essentially a country of primary production, although the secondary industries of recent years have grown greatly in national importance. Those who try to politically run this country, as some would, and leave the primary producers out, would ruin the country. The Convention of the Victorian Chanuier of Agriculture last week threw out an interesting suggestion to the effect that a farmer should be appointed on the Tariff Board. . Representing farmers, the Convention -naturally thought of the farmer. Probably a 'primary producer'' would be nearer the mark, and meet ...

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

I ] —SYDNEY AGENTS THAT SELL STOCK ' AT HOMEBUSH AUSTRALIAN' MERCAN TILE, LAM) & FINANCE CO., LTD. 4 Blink Street, Sydney. J. H. BEALE & CO. 28 O'Coanell Street, Sydney. CRAMSIE & LETHBRIDGE, LTD. 16 O'Connell Street, Sydnoy. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE ' AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED Bridge Street, Sydney. WM. INGLIS & SON LIMITED 28 O'Connell Street, Sydney. WINCMC01BE, CARSON LIMITED Bridge Street, Sydney. WILKINSON AND LAVENDER LIMITED 1 Spring Street, Sydney. A. MCILREE & CO. 7 Bligh Street, Sydney. AGENTS THAT SELL STOCK ?& PROPERTY IN THE COUNTRY MUDGEE. A. F. Dunn & Co. Crossing & Cox. Malono & Banrett. NARRANDERA. Lloyd Brotteesa. Ceo. F. CuS&r Co, NYNGAN. . ' A. Lyno and Co. Smith and HotzKM. ORANGE. J. S. Leods a Co. PARKES. Walter J. KcSly & Co. PEAK HILL. Smith & Drapar. PILLIGA Calagher and Co. QUIRINDI. William Cadell & Sons QUEANBEYAN. I Woodgcra & CalthOTpg. ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Pool or Not to Pool—That is the Question [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

To Pool or Not to Pool — That is the Question WILL there be a Wheat Pool in this State next year? It is an open question! Here and there throughout the country it is being discussed, and various suggestions are being made. Many farmers, however, do not seem to be taking much interest in the question. Some suggest a compmsory Pool. But tne probability is that if a vote of tlie tanners were taken on a compulsory Pool it would be turned down, That sort of compulsion isn't popular with the farmers of to-day. Another suggestion made is that means be devised whereby the Pool could pay cash to those persons who wanted to. s.ell tlieir \vheat outside. The weak link in a voluntary Pool is the man who sells outside. There has become so many of him that it looks 1 ike bursting up the Pool altogether ' ? In numbers of districts half of the farmers have sold! their wheat outside ? the Pool, if this is to continue then it senilis impossible to' run the Pool, l'et. how are you going to get over it...

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

; BAMf OF NEW SCJUTH WALES J ? ???;?-.. |gS:fe Liability. ? ? £0,300,050 j ' £15,200,000 THOMAS rttpttt a mt\ m _ DIRECTORS: j EOBERT Wn?r T ^UC?A' JPj?3ldont: KOBHRT L. FAITHFUXiIj, Esci.; H.D1; REGINALDt m«™SPS?VEcq-: FBANC. B. S. FALKINBI57Eoq.;Th0 Hon. EmiT J' BLACIC, M.L.C.: CHARLES BIMNHfl, Esq.; JAMES BURNS, AUDITORS: W. H. PALMER, Esq; S. E. LAEDLBT, Esq. ? f®AX- opinrK,. anoraJ Mwsaser: OSCAR LINES. ufPTCB. Qeorpro Street, Sydney. LONDON OFFICE: S9 Thrcodcecdio htindpAii * . ? ? . Street, HS«C« Australian State*. ??opSgn B?lte *do toi and araft° drawn on foreign places DIRECT, throughout the World oolleoted. Letters of Credit lesuefl, negotlflblo The Australian Bank of Commerce, Ltd. AEBTOBDte Assets at Jubs £&th. 1923 ? £14,143,764 SuK MKTOOT-^pT™r0ff°S0^.-v5S?0S'»r, ™OI1 p. I^SX- F-°-PA- I GkShi-F^t0^& f^^5mSS-SBeS5liE»0geSt'* ' p'''' «—» *»«? LONr»nJPEw'Sm^Runal0 stPa®L LONDON— 37 Threadnoadle Stroot, B. C., 2. and ItTli r4ti?U™V?Ut *ua 'I4 ot Australia, ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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It Is Dangerous But Good to be Alive [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

It Is Dangerous But Good to be Alive 11' is dangerous to be ulive ! Disease Js stalking us ; Accident awaits us just around the corner; Mis-adventure is happening to someone every inomeut; r.nd Death is such a tireless expert-li uuier that none of us will get off the Earth alive. Ami still there are dawns sol't as a woman's cheek ; sunsets that muice the greatest Masters look dahbliug amateurs; the song of birds and the scent and coior of flowers by day, and the glory of the everlasting stars by night ; rare music and soft laughter ; friendship and love ; the call of the sea and the breezes off the tree-clad nills. And who would want to die? Sir Neville liowse, eminent man of medicine, declines that one out of every eight men, 55 years of age, in Australia, is destined' to die of cancer. Dr. ilaney Sutton, of Sydney, declares that one out of every five people who reach the age of fifty will die of cancer. He adds that the great majority of persons who die of cancer die from 35 years...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR STUD SHEEP. MATTER OF EXPORT. PERENNIAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

OUR STUD SHEEP. MATTER OF EXPORT. PER 10 XX I AT, OTTKSTJOX. Every now and then, every year, some city paper tries to start an argu ment as to whether Australia should permit the export of its stud sheep, generally, the city paper suggests that the export should be stopped. It argues that by exporting our stud sneep we are simnly sellnijr our herit age for a mess of potage, or words to that effect. It announces that oy exporting these sheep, we are building up serious rivals in the production --f merino wool, and that Australia will live to regret the day. , city papers overlook tho fact that before you can produce the best merino wool, you must have the risrht (annate, the right country, tlie ri^ht methods, and the expert knowledge I' or many years South Africa has been buying some of the best of Australian stud sheep, but wool-buyers will tell you that South Africa failed to produce wool equal to the best Australian. About the only other country Lliat seems likely at the moment to...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALE OF EGELABRA RAM. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

SALE of EGELABRA RAM. Egelabra w' E' Kater a,'d Son, of C/'E, 'S ot inf ef^b^'0' ;'rh*? i(lea of y°llv work '.™«-

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

CATTLE. About 4270 yarded. Quality plain. Market sTlchtly dearer for prime, irre gular for others. , There were 4165 cattle listed for sale, and although some consignments did not arrive, unadvised lots and extra cattle brought the total yarding, in cluding 425 from Queensland, to about 4270. The offering was mixed and in cluded all descriptions of veal and beef from calves to prime medium-weight bullocks. Unfortunately for the trade, however, the general quality of the offering was decidedly on the plain side. In fact, considering tho heavy supply, it was the worst yarding for some time. Prime cattle were very hard to locate, and although there was a moderate showing of fair to good trado bullocks, steers, cows and heifers, the proportion of medium to plain cattle waa larger than usual, and rough to poor sorts were much easier to' locate. Altogether the general quality vuis not satisfactory for trade purposes. There was a good attendance of buy ers/ who operated at about 10s to 15s...

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

STATE POLITICS. Mr. J. J. Price, General Secretary, Progresive Party, writes:! — in the ''-Herald' of Friday, under the above heading, you report Mr. Iv E. Salmon, a prospective candidate for North Sydney in the Nationalist Party interest, as saying that he 'denounced proportional representation which did not reflect the opinions of the voters, inasmuch that it was possible, when two National candidates were nomi nated, for one candidate to secure oOuO first preferences, and another to secure 100 first preferences and all his col league's second preferences. This clearly showed that those two candi dates were wanted by the National voters, yet one might be declared last on the poll.' Mr. Salmon, if correctly reported, has fallen into a very prevalent error, viz., that of assuming that an elector has more than one vote. If the ascer tained quota be, say, 4000, and a Nationalist or ainy other candidate polls 5000 first preferences, lie is at once declared elected, and there remains a ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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