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SOME OF' THE SALES ("Stock Journal," 10th April, 1924.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

SOME' OF' THE ' SALES ' ('Stock JaurnaJ,' 10th April, 1924.) Owing to misadventure our reporter's notes of the Sheep Sales were lost In transmission from the ..Saleyards to the factory. Those co, cattle sales, howover, arrived, and are as follows:— Yard of cows, Durham crocs, ^6 years, uneven In size, but fair trade condi tion, average weight about 625 Iba, price £7/17/-. Yard cowo, Durhams, redo and roans, real good sorts, 4 years, and In good to prime condition, about 600 lbs. of nice shop beef, £8/11/-. Yard heifers, stores, 18 months to 2 years, mixed breeds and colors, £2/17/-. Yard heifers, Herefords,' zy2 year3, small but fairly good, about 490 lbs. good beef, £6/8/-. Yard stoers, Shorthorns, 3 years, good to prime, but bit uneven In olze, about 550 lbs. beef, £9/13/-, Yard bullocks, Durhams, 4 years, good trade quality, about 690 lbs., £11/15/-. Yard bullocks, Devon cross, good to prime, but bit uneven, about 670 lbs. beef, £11/15/-. Yard bullocks, Herefords, 3 and 4 -years,...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The Coming Show ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

The Coming Show ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The council of the Royal Agricultural Society held its monthly meeting at the Showground, v Sir Samuel Hordern, president, being in the chair. The secretary reported that he had made, arrangements, as instructed, with the official oomhsiiitee for providing en tertainment for.the Fleet by whioh the Admiral and his staff of officers would be guests at the official banquet and opening ceremony of the Royal Show, and: other officers would be invited to attend tho Show ; also, all bluejackets in uniform would be admitted at the gates free throughout the period of the visit. SHEEP SHOW. The Sheep Show joint committee re ported having finally dealt ' with the schedule ? and other matters in connec tion; with the Sheep Show, which will bpj Held, on 3rd, ,4tli and 5th; J uly. The joint committee also recommended that the N.SiW. ' Rugby' Union should be granted ibho use of the Showground to play an All Black match on the after noon of the last day o...

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

SHEEP... I About 22,000 forward. Quality I good. Market dearer. I There wore 24,797 sheep listed for sale from 163 ownera, but only about 22,000 wore forward. These com prised all descriptions of merinos and crossbrods, also occasional consignments of comebacks. Merinos were more in evidence than usual, and. appeared to slightly . preponderate. The general quality of tho mutton section wag good but that of lamb was inferior to the average of late. Prime cheep were well in evidence, and fair to good trade mutton made up tho major portion of the supply. Medium quality sheep wore fairly well in ovidenoe, but really poor sorts wore comparatively scarce. Altogether the general quality was satisfactory for trade purposes. Tho lamb section was not nearly as good. The supply was fighter than usual, and tho proportion of medium aorta was larger. There was a' good attendance of buy era and tho supply proved insufficient for requirements. Competition was keen during tho early sales for good to...

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BRISBANE STOCK 'MARKETS. (By Special wire to Hie "Stock Journal.") Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

BKISBANE STOCK 'MAEKETS. (By Special wire to the 'Stock Journal.') ?Rrisl.tine. Thursday. About 9000 sheep were penned at Enoggera on V/'ednesday. Thero was a rise in values, prime mutton ^-lln'- from 6d to 7%d per lb. Lambs sold well. About 1600 oattle were yarded to a rising market, Best blk beef made from 25s to 27s, cows suitable for freezing made 22s per 100 lbs.

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Stock, Property, Produce HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Stock, Property, Produce — * — HOMEBUSH YARDINCS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). Year, 1923 ? 3.013.078 Year, 1922 ? 3,502,184 March ? 173.340 February ? 152,442 January, 1924 ? ? 220,477 August, 1923 ? 105,340 September ? 179,053 October ? 288,830 November ? 233,898 December ? 239,735 Last Monday ? 11,624 Last Thursday ? 23,437 Tc-day (drawn for) ? 24,797 CATTLE. Year, 1923 ? 329,841 Yoar, 1922 ? 303.329 March ? ? ? 28,447 February ? ? ? 24,342 January, 1924 ? 30.510 August, 1923 ? ? 27,002 September ? 21,737 October ? 23,816 November ? 28,694 Decerned' ? 22.663 Last Monday ? ? 3.465 Last Thursday ? ? ? 3,929 To-day (drawn for) ? 4.165

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PRINCIPAL CATTLE AVERAGES [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

PRINCIPAL CATTLE AVERAGES Hedges, 10 bullocks . . 13 10 3 J. Parker, 20 steers . . 12 5 0 Widdis Bros., 9 blks. . . 11 19 0 F. Thomas, 20 steers . . 11 14 2 Mrs. E. A. Cullen 8 blks. 11 11 0 Widdis Bros., 10 steers . . 11 9 0 J™58- Gillespie, 10 bullocks 10 6 0 P. H. Osborne, 33 strs. . . 11 6 8 H. B. Coles, 5 blks. .. 9 15 0 Widdis Bros, 9 steers 11 6 4 A. Manning 8 bullocks .. 9 12 3 A. A. Co., 16 strs. . I 10 13 3 C. Sperring, 9 bullocks . . 9 9 1 G. Hagon, 10 steers . 10 10 3 Campbell and Co.. 12 blks 9 8 4 D. G. Capel, 22 steers . . 9 19 6 Mrs. S. Woods and Sons, 13 M. Deans, 14 steers 9 8 7 bullocks . . 9 6 10 A. Stevenson and Sons, 12 strs 9 6 1 J. M. L. Macdonald, 33 blks. 9 6 5 H. Crowley, 10, steers . . 8 17 0 G. T. Nott, 9 blks. . . 9 6 5 J. N. Laurie & Sons, Ltd., 21 s 8 16 1 W. H. Bradbury, Jnr., 16 b. 0 4 9 J. J. Cusack, 33 steers ..799 E. S. Twigg, 10 bullocks . . 9 0 0 J. Alexander, 8 steers . . 7 8 0 Reuben Jones, 17 blks. . . 8 15 9 Gordon Bros., 43 steers ...

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SYDNEY PIG SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

SYDNEY PIG SALES. About 2200 plus were forward at the abat toir saleyards on Tuesday. All descrip tions wore in evidence, but thto major por tion of the eapply consisted of porkers. The 'general quality wan fairly good. The ? usual buyers were In attendance, but the heavy supply provod more than sufficient for immediate requirementa, aa competition was dull and the market decidcdly cheaper for all descriptions. Primo backfattcrs made to £7 10s, good to £6; prime baconers to £5 (odd higher), good to £4 4s; prime hoavy porkers to £3 6s (odd higher), good to £3; primo licrht to 54a. Thero vfero no calf sales on Wednesday.

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FORAGE AND GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

FORACE AND GRAIN. FORAGE: Hunter RiTer lucerno hay, £4 to £5/10/- per ton ; Tasmanian derrick press ed atraw, oaten, £4/10/-; wheaten, £5. GRAIN : Maize, Northern Rivera, yellow 4/6, white 4/3; oats, Algerian, Tasmanian 3/9 to 3/10; local 3/- to 3/9; whites, good 4/-, prime 4/2 to 4/3; Oape barley, 4/6 to 4/9 per bushel. MILLET: Prime long hurl and selfwork ing, £36 to £40 per ton. PEAS: Blue, 8/6 to 8/9, grey 8/6 bushel., ' VEGETABLES: Potatoes, Tasmanian Brownells, £10/10/-, Bismarcka, 9/10/-; Pink eyes, £7 to £7/10/-; Victorian CarmenB, £7/10/- to £8; onions, Victorian Brown 'Spanish, £lt) per ton.

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Fruit Markets MUNICIPAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Fruit Markets MUNICIP/y. MARKET. APPLES : Local, choice dessert, 10/- to 14/-; small 4/- to 9 /-; cooking, to 10/- per bushel ease. BANANAS: 10/- to 30/- per case. OITRUS FRUITS : American navel orangee 28/- to 32/-; local to 9/-; lemons, 5/- to 7/ , per bushel case. GRAPES: Muscatels, choice black 15/-; ?Black Hamburgs, 4/- to 10/-; white varie ties, 3/- to 6/- per half-case, PEACHES: From 2/- to 6/- per half-case; , Victorian, 3/- to 9/- per case. ? PASSIONFRUIT : 4/- to 16/-; extra choice 22/_ per half-bushel case. PEARS: Local, 5/- to 12/-; green, 2/- to '5/-; Victorian, 4/- to 10/-; cooking 3/- to 6/ per case. . PINEAPPLES: Queens, 5/- to 15/-; Rip .pleys, 61. to 12/- per case. - PLUMS: Victorian, 7/- to 10/- per case; - 'local, choice dark, 3 /_ to 7/-, light 4/-; 'small and jam lots, 2/- to 2/6 per half ;'case; ' QUINCES: 3/- to 6/- per case. ROCKMELONS: 4/. to 5/- per dozen. SWEET CORN : 1/6 per half-case. Potatoes were slow of sale, but as wob weather ho# interfered with th...

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

LEADING S. A. STUDS ' I . ? ]? ' ' ' ' I i'TiIII ' V'm 1 '? ?:i,tiExA3WAMA STtJEX ' SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ANAMA Ib the central portion of the original Bungaree Hun, and wau taken over by Mr. Walter Haw&er, with his share of the BungareeBtud and FlockMerlpoa at the division in 1906. The. Anama , Merino Flock Is noted for producing sheep of great constitution and ? size, being plain-bodied, with very vaulnble fleeces of long combing wool of robust type. ' ? - ? Inquiries for 'Ranis to be addressed to The Manager, , AH&iBa, OIarti. Telegrams: Anama, Clare. Telephone: Clare, 4. : BRED BY WALTER HAWKER, ANAMA, CLARE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. LUCBRNEDALE STUD MERINOS 1322. - ' ? ABSOLUTELY PURE PEPPIN BLOOD. Please note that we have no connection with any other firm of sheep breeders. Following are some of the high-priced sheep , sold by uo: , - LOYALTY', sold to Hay Bros., The Q.en, Harrowgate, South Australia, for £2,216. FEALTY,' sold for world's record price, £4,200. This sheep, re...

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

NATURE'S ALLY MILLS u BILLABONG n PUMPS I Write for pricos DANKS, 324 Pitt Street, Sydney. TROUGHING

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

LEA Pimm MSM STUBS WIII¥ 'MEEIH® 'STUB' T HE_ Peppin ' blood stud; sheep are bred at 'Old Cathundral,' Trangle; and the South Australian stud at 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama. The 'Old Cathundral' stud was formed from tho pick of the Urangellne owes of pure Peppin blood, secured at the dispersal of the Urangellne stud, and the 'Sunny Ridge' stud by a purchaso of high-class, medium wooiled, stud ewes from Walter Hawker, Esq., Anama, South Australia, with tho celebrated ram 'Goliath,' as leading, sire. Goliath cost 1500 Gns. Flock and stud rams for sale. The classing and mat ing are done by Mr. H. C. Pennefather. R- J. FAGAN, 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama, N.S.W. mmmwmM heiim stud' TOT OUNDED in tho 60's, on high-priced Rousc-Mudgee Blood, Big opened faced ?a.1 ' Bold sheep, deep framed, carrying a long combing, medium, fine to super-fine wool, full of sustained character.' Ravensworth wool, in 1920, fetched the world's record price of 46%d In th-. grease. Stud and Flock Rams for Sale. ? ' ? ? ...

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

Makes delicious scones, dainty cakes and flaky pastry. Light and digestible. Cmt® -m little more W©rik a lot more £100 IN CASH PRIZES Save the lids SHEETINGS JW SHEETS IllJ] Etc. / l \ 1' ever y housewife could be j / //ft certain as to how a piece / I \ sheeting would look and / I I \ wear after the first wash, I / II \ s'',e wou'1' knoiv what value || // \ slle was 'm.ving. Foy's I / I A stocks leave no room for || J j A doubt. Kor generations, ( I Iff | \ our .Manchester Section 1/ ( 1 \ ? l,as °'fered fullest value I I I \ 'ol evei-y shilling. 'T fg : J WONDERFUL VALUE .PROM MARE FOY'S — — — — — ? Plain and Twilled Whito ShoctincB. Widths, inches 51 63 72 80 'J'l Prices, yard .. 2/1 2/3} 2/9} 2/10 3/.i Ready Hemmod Shoots. Sizes, ins. . 54x90 72x00 ailx'JU 00x100 l'riees, pair 10/11 14/6 19/3 20/3 White P.llow Cottons. 40 inches wide. Prices . . . 1/3}, 1/61, 1/8, 1/10} yard 35-lnch White Calicos Priced nt . . . Hid., 1/-, and 1/3} yard Fine Soft Whito Longcloths. 35 inches wido...

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For Women in the Country & City THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK The Lady Mayoress, Mrs. Gilpin [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Por Women in the Country & City Conducted by Mrs , Marie Irvine THE WOMAM OF THE WEEK _C' The Lady Mayoress , Mrs. Gilpin THERE lias not been a busier woman this week than the wife of our first citizen, his Worship the Lord Mayor of the city. With the coming of the Fleet, both he and his wife have been almost overwhelmed with official duties, meetings, and committees, until to-day they must be very tired people. However, our Lady Mayoress has shown herself always most unselfish when there is work to be done, and at a time like this she is to be relied upon to lend her aid to all. Recently she has been throwing herself whole-heartedly into the arrangements for the ball of the adult Blind, Deaf and Dumb, and that having been set successfully afloat, the entertainment of the visiting British Squadron was the next call upon her time. Mrs. Gilpin is a woman sympathetic to all movements for Ihe betterment of her fellow beings, and her work in connection with the relief will stand ...

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

BATHURST. Bathurst lias now things well in train for their ball at Show time, and has decided to decorate the hull with the Association colours, Oxford blue and gold, and everything points to a great success. THE COUNTRY WOMEN'S CONFERENCE. A list of accommodation having been received from the president of Moree, a list will be forwarded this week to each of the branch secretaries so that delegates to the conference can make up their minds what they require and notify the hon. secretary at Moree, who is being asked by the association to make the reservations. PARKES HAS A COUNTRY VV0&5EWS BRANCH. As a finale of the sitting of the Wes tern Districts Agricultural Bureau, there was a meeting of country women presided over by Sirs. Best, the mayor ess, on Friday afternoon last, when the organising secretary of the association addressed! the gathering on the aims and objects of the association, with a special plea that following the masterly address of Miss Klrcaldie, of the Bush...

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MILADY FASHION By Nelle Tritton [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

MILADY FASHION - - By Nelle Tritton - - This is the in-between season for day and street frocks, for it is the fag end of the summer and hardly the be ginning of winter, and the sun will be scorchingly hot one day, and the wind piercingly cold the next, so it is very unsatisfactory. But in one set — the evening dress and wraps — the fancy may stray to all the daintiest and elaborate fashions the brains of woman lias created. ? With the Fleet arriving this week, and the most enticing of beautiful gowns in the shop windows, no doubt daughter will coax mother and father to buy her a frock worthy to be admired by the British navy. The debutante, and; surely there will be many of her this year, may dress in white from the finest lace net to the most dazzling of silver tissues. In Paris the boat-shape neck lias given place to the new decolletage, square in front and deeply oval at the back, which is more becoming to the short necked damsel. THE TAILORED SUIT. j The prestige of the tailleu...

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

Leading Country Agents PADGETT CO.,- LTD/'' Auofcionearo, 8tsak and Lend Salesmen, WAGGA Fortnightly : Sales' of 'Blioop - ana Cattle. Special Sales periodically. Particulars and information ro Stoclt or rand on application. aib co., ? ? ? ? -'4UCT10MBES5, - Btook. Station. Trucking and General commission Agonto MURE!* MUfMUfM . M$B mil&REMEBRl - STUE&S m. 'company : : ¥&S^ sa4: 1 11 WCWStt 'SnBT, S¥DHE¥. THE LEADING STOCK and STATION AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, .? etc. Lists of Stock arid Properties will be gladly furnished on application. AGENTS ;FOR ' DISTRICT STUDS. Buyers met and driven to Inspect. Buyers and sellers visiting tlie City are cor dially invltod to call oh our Sydney Office. ? I c N E rt.t.Y ? & CI A ? P T 0 N AUCTIONEERS, STOCK & STATION, FAT, STORE STOCK AND HORSE SAIiESMEN. ©RAMGE»,N.X W. Fat and store stock .'sales,.. Orange Corporation Sale Yards every Thursday. Splendid accommodation paddocks available, handy to rai...

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

F @mclnfi Wire '? ? ' 1 ? _ ? ? ? ? HEAVY REDUCTION The following prices are 10/- ton reduction on those quoted by us last week. FENCING WIRE ,o BARB. Per Ton. 1-5S. 'Iowa' Pattern.. mS' CWt- colls £16 15 0 lte BarhIy-.rneW.. ?? ?? *26 10 0. No. 10 Black ? 17 15 n ..iYr ?t!,arb Iowa .. .. 27 5 o No. 8 Galvd ? . 'J b Waukegan Pattern' No. 10 Galvd.' . . . . ' 20 2 r 'distance Barb 12%e High Tensile . 23 0 0 «Vlre. Similar to o 0 Scrutch). i2%g. (ap° g ^-ph . , Prox'- 610 yds. to(acPoil 29 5 0 I lliere is also a discount of 7i per cent off 'k-i v#- r nr, „ § pers for less than 1,000 and for nunntlHo« kI- L0C Iron § 124 Per cent off list price ql,!mtiti(-'« ovor V000 a sp^lal rebate of ,„„rSMe 'e I™. Drop™ 0„ -KING.LOO'1?™ G«ME?;7flMntitto^feS° 'V?® ''0r cout ss ^ 5 x t '' W' W'LLIAMS AND 00- 'D„ 41 Hunter SW. Sydney.,

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GOOD RAINS Some Scattered Showers Expected [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

GOOD RAINS' ' - 'r ? . ? * ? - Some Scattered Showers Expected Daring tho past three days good general rains havo ' been recorded ? oyer practically tho whole of tho 3tate, with tlie exception .or porta ot the far West. Fails iiave varied from 20' points np to threo inches. Half an inch being tho general average. The heaviest fall was 34?, points-.at Nowra. Mr. Hares, New South Wales State Meteor, ologist, expects tho weather to be chiefly fine, with some scattered showare in east ern parts and near the eoathcrn border; winds, north-west to west.

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

' ' Bfl©w°ffBy .. Money can't buy an absolute pre ventative. 'There - is a fortune wait ing for the man who can produce one. Therefore don't waste your money . Altho' 'Kelpie' is cheap, it is more effective than the very . high priced cures, etc. A Station at Jerilderie recently ordered 800 gallons Kclpio Fly Mixture. They had rcccivcd 3 previous lots. Price : ^ Antiseptic. €:/© gallon c~''^ \p D Gallon Drums Only. v 'KELPIE' FLY-BLOWN SHEEP OIL This mixture leaves the wool nice and soft, bo that It can be ea«Ily ?horn, and does not dry hard and harsh, making It Impossible to shear. Thla mixture has been very successful wherever used, and, be ng of THIN COMPOSITION, dresses a large number of sheep to the gallon. A Soothing, Healing Quick-Acting Oil, without any severe, harsh effect on the woolF-orvyj°\J55lLLlAMS & CO ., LTD., 41 Hunter St., Sydnoy.

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