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

A Highly Concentrated Preparation of | ARSENIC (IN POWDER FORM) Which can be readily dissolved In cold water, therefore no Caustic or other Soda Compounds are required, and the great lnconvenienoe of boiling Is avoided. 'ARZEEN.' can be used for anything and everything, about the Station, Farm or Estate, l'or which Arsenic itself Is generally used. The strengths at which It Is advised that 'ARZEEN' should be used for Its different purposes are: — FOR SHEEP JETTING. — Take 1 lb. Arzeen to 8 gals, cold water for 1 per cent solution. ? Take 1 lb. Arzeen to 10% gals, cold water for a .75 per cent, solution. Take 1 lb. Arneen to 16 gals, cold water for a .50 solution, FOR SHEEP DIPPING. — To make what Is sometimes callcd the Boiled Straight Arsenic Dip, dissolve 2% lbs. of Arzeen in every 100 galls, of cold water. FOR CATTLE DIPPING. — For making Cattle Dip of Official Strength, (0.20 per cent.) add 2% lbs. Arzeen to every . 100 gallons of cold water. FOR FOOT ROT IN SHEEP, DRESSING SHEE...

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®!3 ©F If Mot, SEND FOR ' 1 THE SPECIAL PAMPHLET, containing — 1 ? © Particulars of the Association's work, Benefits of I '? Si' lyl y fljZl © BT1 S ^ Membership, List of Officers and Local Secretaries, J J| ? a © j© ? ALSO ASK FOR A COPY ol « ASSIICEHtSM! ' 'GRAZIERS' ANNUAL' I sr\ /-p E|lSjj- 10^ '0)ir containing particulars of Awards, and much important f ' J. W. ALLEN, Secretary, Tho Qraslera' Association, of N.6.W., 78 Pitt Strcsi, Sydney g

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

SELLAR & QU0DLINC AUCTIONEERS, Sworn Valuers, Stock and Station Agents, COOMA

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Domestic Immigration Society HELP FOR THE COUNTRY. "NO BETTER WORK." [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Domestic Immigration Society HELP FOR THE COUNTRY. 'NO BETTER WORK.' Mr. J. B. Cramsie, writes to the Editor of the 'Stock Journal': — 'Enclosed please find my cheque for 10 guineas towards the Domestic Immi gration Society, to enable the good work, proposed by this League, to. be carried out. I feci, as one who has lived in tho back country for 25 years, that no bettor work could be done than the careful selection and sending out of girls from the country districts of Great Britain, who will be properly trained during the voyage and at a hostel on arrival here, for the: domes tic work which they are to take up in the country districts of this State. 'No one knows better than I do the hardships that havo to be undergone by tho women living in the country dis tricts who are unable to secure domes tic assistance, and I sincerely hope that the fund will be readily subscribed to, and that a flow of good class girls will result, whose services will bo available for the ????si once of tho...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Country Stock Markets MAITLAND FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Country Stock Markets I..-'. ? MAITLAND FAT STOCK SALES. HEATH BROS, report, Monday, 7th April : Sheep: 3000 yarded. This was a fairly lieavy supply. Buyers were in good at tendance, and the market was very firm at . An advance on last week's rates. ? Sales: G. B. Tait, 28 xb w 38a Id, 15 do. 34s ' ;'ld. 45 do. 32s lOd, 20 xb e at 30s Id, 34 xb e .'.89a 7d, 14 xb e 22s lOd, 13 xb e 22s Id; W. 1'. BufTier, 70 m w 36s lOd, 45 do. 33s 7d, 44 do. 34s. CattW: 1100 yarded. Mostly young cattle, vealers and cowa forward. Prime heavy bullocks wei;o scarce. Market firm at the best of last day's rates. Sales: O. Perrett, 6 strs £4 19s, 1 blk £10 Us, 1 calf £4 14s, 2 cows £3 10s, 2 heifers £2 18s, 1 oalf £2 9s; Lindeman Bros., 5 cowb ' £6 17s, 6 ctKve £6 Us, 6 heifers £4 18s 6d, I cow £2 18s 6d; J. B. Clift, 12 blks £7 5s; Dunoombe Bros., 8 Wits £9 lis, 1 blk £7 2a, 1 do. £8 14s, 6 do. £5 8s 6d, 1 blS £5 18s 6d, 5 hfrs. £4 10s ; D. Perrett, 2 stra £6 Is, 3 heifers £4 5s, 3 do. £3 lis, 3 do. £2 ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXTENSION OF FAT LAMB RAISING [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

EXTENSION OF FAT LMffi-ESAHSMG * — ? ? ? ? Mr. J. B. Oramsie, Chairman of tho Australian Meat Coun cil, made the following address in support of Mr. J. Clatworthy'a Paper on the Extension of Fat Lamb Raising^ read &t iho An- / ; nual Conference of the Agricultral Bureau held at Parkoa last ^ week. ? Mr, Clatworthy's Paper has already been published in - the ''Journal,' It is a subject that should keenly interest etockownors, and wheat farmers who ought to own caoro stock: — Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen,— I take it as an honour to have been invited here to-day to speak on #the subject of fat lamb raising, -and I take this opportunity of thanking the Execu tive for inviting me to do so. It is a matter to which I have given considerable thought and Btudy for the past five years, and after having studied in the early part of this year, the methods which' were being applied to fat lamb raising in Now Zealand, and the conditions under which the industry was being carried out, I have...

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

FIREWOOD. Best box, 30/-; good, 28/-; best stringy bark, 30/-; good, 28/-; mixed wood, 20/- to 25/-; ironbark, 20/- to 21/-; best bakers' -yvood, 26/-; good, 25/- per ton.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK AND PASTURES Conditions Throughout the State Stock 'Inspectors' Reports [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

STOCK AMI PASTURES Conditions Throughout the State Stock 'Inspectors' Reports The stock inspectors' reports for ? March demonstrate now varied the conditions in New South Wales can be. While one district is in the grip of a drought, another is experiencing one of the best seasons on record. They aro all united, however, in desiring more rain to ensure a good winter. Some districts aro doubtful, but generally the winter lambing is expected to be good. Following aro extracts from the re ports (dated March 31), furpiahed by the various stock inspectors to tho Chief Inspector of Stock, Mr.. Mas Henry, M.R;C.V.S. The numbers following each report give first, the number of permits to travel, issued by the in spector, -and second, tne number of notifications issued by him to other districts that sheep will be travelling there. As, however, the stock inspec tor only issues comparatively few per mits, most of this being done by secre taries, whose figures are not available these permits only...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lambs for Market The Motor Truck New Zealand Experiment [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

?JLamhs foT M-ark®&\ The Motor Truck New Zealand Experiment New Zealand is experimenting in the motoring of lambs from the farm to the meat works. The ''Stock Journal' mentioned it a few weeks ago, in tell ing of Mr. J. B. Cranisie's trip to New Zealand1, Now Mr. Cramsie has received fur ther news, In a letter from Mr. Frank Wall, one of New Zealand's most pro gressive producers. Mr. Wall writes: 'I nm enclosing photographs showing myself and staff loading Into motor lorries for transport from 'Mahnki' to Walngawa Freezing Works, a distance of 25 miles, a mob of 1485 fat lambs drafted on the 4th January of this year. 'I have this week also conducted as experiment for the Meat Producers' Board. I took a small lot of 228 fat lambs and divided them into two lots of 114 each, one of which was sent by motor lorry to Walngawa and killed same day, and the other lot despatched by drover and killed four days later than the lorry lot. 'The difference in weight only amounted to 1 lb. f...

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

Faster©® and Stock ? * ? COON AMBLE. Mr. E. Reuss, Stock Inspector, Coon amble, reports: — There is an abundance of feed in the Coonamble P. V. District, which is starting to dry from the hot weather during March. Noxious weeds have also Deen growing and litteen men have been employed by the P. P. board de stroying them on the T.S.R.'s. The good seasons have also brought various diseases into prominence. Anthrax has made its appearance on a couple of runs which have been quarantined and the owners have had their stock inoculated. Opthahnia has been present more noticeable in cattle, and staggers in horses, and sheep. Blowflies have also been very troublesome and crutching has been general. -. SHEEP FROM QUEENSLAND. One of the largest mobs of sheep which have arrived in the district in one lot tor some time have been bought by one o.\ner, numbering 13,800, travelling over fiom Queensland. The T.S.R.'s are all in good order as regards feed and water, and stock generally are in good to...

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

THE NORTHERNER'S EMOTIONS. We of the North are ready to claim, with a secret arrogance, that we are not emotional, that we do not show feeling readily. In this we commit our selves to one untruth and one half truth. We are deeply emotional, to the point of sentimentality : and our reticence in expressing our feelings ex tends only to our pleasant sensations ; to any sensation of displeasure we give expression readily enough'. As a vulgar instance: if something hits us on the shin, the reaction follows automatically, and expressively, at once. But if ever, on the other hand, tho passing glimpse of some beautiful face or humorous in cident metaphorically 'hits us in the eye,' we do 110 more than note it, unexpressively. If we are in company we may grunt our approval ; if we are alone, we barely concede to its appeal the recognition of an inward smile. — Geoffrey Wint'hrop Young in the 'Corn- hill Magazine.'

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

DR. CLIFFORD. Dr. Clifford was a fighter because he was both an idealist and an optimist. All his ideas were ideals— unquestion- able truths to be wrought into the fabric of human life. He believed that the universe meant so supremely well that his highest vision of ' what was right carried with it an assurance that it was completely practicable. For him the watchword of life was: 'As in hea ven, so 011 earth.' Hence the advo cacy of any policy that fell short of the ideal seemed to him to be betrayal alike of truth and trust. — Dev. Dr. J. Scott Lidgett in the 'Contemporary Review.'

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MILITARY RIFLE SHOOT PRIVATE THOMAS LEADS NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

MILITARY RIFLE SHOOT PRIVATE THOMAS LEADS NEW S OUTH WALES. By scoring (53 points in a Citizen Forces shoot at Long Bay, Private G. F, Thomas, 17th Battalion, Mosman, has secured the right to go to Mel bourne in May to compete for the King's Medal and Australian Army Championships. The tests were carried out under service conditions, which made the honour all the more deserved. Private Thomas is champion rifle shot of the New South Wales Citizen Forces. The tests were carried out under ser vice conditions, and comprised snap shooting in the open, ten rounds at 200 yards at discs 16 inches in diameter, which were exposed at irregular inter vals ten times in ten minutes, each exposure for three seconds; five rounds rapid at small tin hat target exposed for 25 seconds; fire with movement practice, ranges GOO to 1000 yards — the men had to advance 100 yards mul fire two rounds at each of 500, 400, 300, 200 and 100 yards range; for each ad vance and' firing 45 seconds were al lowed; appl...

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GRAZIER'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

GRAZIER'S WILL. The late Mr. John Richard Reynold son, farmer and grazier, of 'Tliistle- bout,' Berrigun, who died 011 Novem ber 20 last, left an estate valued at £32,843, of which £21,795 represented realty. Probate of the will has been granted. Mr. Reynoldson bequeathed £2500 to each of his daughters, Mary Jane and Elizabeth Coots Reynoldson, and the residue of the estate to his four sons John Richard, Alexander Park, David and Leonard George Reynoldson. i equal shares. The widow had bee provided for during testator's lift time.

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

Please tell the Advertiser that you saw it in the 'Stock and Station Journal.' ,

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

W1MT ri@TE£f©l . . ... ' ^ ^ . .. f Why pay 4/- pes' .12 Sb. erfra? 1 'Vicl' Wheat Protector is a preventative of Smut and other diseases of Wheat, Oats and JEJarle^, making it also immune from the attack of Blrd3 and ground pests, owing to being beavjly OalfcoHssd. Throughout N.S.W. for the past 4 years, we have sent huge quantities of Wheat Erofcecfor^ ^ fact English Wheat Protector was first put on this market by us. ; So many users however, complained of the high price etc., that we were compelled! in tiba interests of large -users, to lo6k thoroughly into the matter. We asked the English manufacturers to nmHSfectcro it here in order to reduce the costs, as the . , DUTY ALONE IS 25% PLUS FREIGHT FROM ENGLAND As they could not see their way clear to do so, we had to give up the Agency. Having dons eo, we are now able to offer 'VICI' Wheat Protector at 4/- per 12 lbs. cheaper than the imported article. No need to worry about substitute or inferior qualities etc., tlyit are being s...

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THE WHITE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

THE WHITE HORSE. The Pagan priests believed in tho merit of the white horse when they sacrificed him as the best and noblest of creatures to the sun god on Ins fes tival days. A temple was reared by the Romans on the spot of the forum where the mystic white horses of Castor and Pollux are said to have slaked their thirst. Roman conq6erors wcro drawn through the streets of tie Eter nal City byjhorses of milk-white colour. Nations h&v© marched to v-actory un der the baimer of the white horse, which was the first heraldic emblem of. the great Anglo-Saxon race. Alexander the Great rode a white horse, Baeeph alos, through all his campaigns. So likewise did the Napoleon, on his Ma rengo, while Lard Roberts' famous charger, Vokmd, which bore its master through the historio march from Cabal to Candahar, and which was decorated with rio less than three war medals by Queen Victoria herself, wjas snow white. ROYALTY. At Berlin and at Vienna in pre-war days no one but the sovereign was ...

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RINDERPEST REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS. SCIENTIFICALLY SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

RINDERPEST ' ' REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS. SCIENTIFICALLY SAFE. Tlie Commonwealth Government has actcd in accordance witli definite scien tific knowledge, gained as a result of experimentation, says Mr. Max Henry, chief veterinary surgeon, in a report on the removal of Federal rinderpest pro hibition to iio Minister for Agricul ture. The fact that the Commonwealth Government, he states, has considered it safe to remove all restrictions on the introduction of live stock, animal products, and other materials from NVest Australia to other States, at what may be considered a comparatively re cent time after the eradication or the outbreak of rinderpest, has probably occasioned some surprise. If, however, the history of recent out breaks of rinderpest is studied, and tho experimental work which has been carried out in .connection with the per sistence of tho virus of that disease outside the animal body is looked into, it will be seen that their action is fully justified. EXPERIMENTS AND CO...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Much Cry and Little Wool Keen Private Buying GOOD PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Much Cry and Little Wool Keen Private Buying GOOD FTOBFISCTS . ? Immediately following tho wool auc tions last week, there was a keen in quiry for passed-in wools, and it was found possible to clear off a fair volume, of wool at a fractional advance an auc tion offers. Buyers were anxious to complete orders, and recognising that very little wool would be available this winter, were inclined to stretch their limits. The Continental demand was most keen, but some sales were also made on Yorkshire account. FUTURE SALES, Tho selling season is now over in Sydney, Adelaide, West Australia, and Victoria, although in the latter centre a small clearing-up sale will be held at tho end of the present month. Bris bane is the only centre with any pros pect of good supplies. Shearing is progressing there, and it is hoped that a' full offering will be made at the next sale3, which are fixed for May 6 to 8. The next Sydney sales will bo held about the third week in June, and it is anticipated that ...

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. VICTOR LEGGO & CO. SYDNEY MELBOURNE . BRISBANE have pleasure in announcing that they have appointed Messrs. F. W. WILLIAMS & CO., 41 Hunter St., Sydney SOLE AGENTS IN ME VI SOUTH WALES AMD SOUTHERN RIV for tho sale of the well-known 'VALLO' Shocp and Cattle Dips, Also 'ARZEEN' (Soluble* Arseftic). In thanking their clients in those districts for their past' patronage, A. Victor Leggo and Co., assure them that any orders placed with Messrs. F. V/« WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., or , their country repre- j sentatives will havo the promptest and most efficient attention. 1 j— pTI'i'i ' mmwuJim'1*1'! j uiLiiiiimmBimi ? J» ««mw ? ? ? ? ? : ? b

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