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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1923-24 SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1923-24 SEASON Tho following detailed statement, prepared by tlio Sydney Wool Selling lirolcers, allows tho business dono at auction and privately during tho 1923-24 seaaon, with a comparison of the business done during tho corresponding period d the previous season. — 7- - 7 Soiling Brokora A.MJj. &..F, Co., Ltd. Co-op W. & P. Co., Ltd. Country P. S. Co., Ltd. Dalgety , & « Co, , Ltd. F. & G. Co-op. Co., Ltd. Goldsbrougli, Mort & Co. . N.Z.L. & M.A. Co., Ltd. Pitt, Son and Badgery Schuto, Boll & Co., Ltd. Winchcombe, Carson Totals since July 1, 1923 Decrease Caui- | I™ J ? | ltalon. 88997 54717 31065 61357 66521 70374? 75340 606G9 39209 88273 636522 saies. | !At | Private- 1 Private- 1 Auction, j ly ex j iy an- | i jprovioaal ? cata- | ! I oata- ] loened. i J ? |iognea. | ? ! Baloa. | Balua. | Ua-lea. I I 73993 13064 5858 j 50011 3998 10 j 274S6 2808 10 56729 4089 38 56520 8635 12 j 63690 4716 10238 70712 39...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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WOOL MARKET REPORTS VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

[?] ? s}c ? VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS Many interesting points in connection with the wool posi tion are discussed in the weekly reports of tho Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, which we publish hereunder. The position of wool is thoroughly sound and the activity in consuming centres encourages belief in tho continuance of a high level of values. No further Sydney auctions will be held until June, when a cleaning-up series will be arranged. N.Z.L. and M.A. Co., Ltd. business during the past week has been chiefly confined to sales of passed in lots ex last week's catalogues. Where sales havo been effected they have been at prices which have shown some improvement on auction bids, and in keeping with current market rates. Altliougn the final sales ot the statis tical year have not yet taken place, the sales which concluded in tho local market last week marked tho close of tho regular wool selling season. It can indeed be termed ono of the most successful selling seasons that has over be...

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

This Sesisceaag pes? 11b. K»^st ' Season: S@£dl. p-sa? Etb9 S^eMipedt tbsr New -Zealand Loan- & M.,A. 'Co., Ltde

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

Do it Mom) Aitd UMloit&y j By sending us your Fat Stook to sell. j By sending us particulars of your Stock and Property. ( l Our Splendid Organisation is the result of BO VEMS f study of HOW BEST TO SER¥E OUSS OLiEi^TSa j GIVE US A TRIAlb ' I SYj&filEY, J[%E£iBOURN£& Htttsr Qti AND CARKAITSSOQS* |1

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

? ' ' SPECIAL WEEKLY REVIEW ? ' . ?

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

Popularity Suggests It Wisdom Approves It Experience Confirms It For Top Prices Send Your Wool' Winoboombe, Carson Ltd. || SellingBrokers Sydney. - §§ ? ? »!!???! ? ? 1. - ? ? ? — 1 ? . - ? ? ? in

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NEW STATES. DEAR "PLANETS" [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

NEW STATES. DEAR 'PLANETS,'— 'Daddy's Girl's ' letter on New btates was interesting, but, while I agree with her in her main ideas, I think it would help the debate if the other side was stated too. _ . _ The New State propaganda has tor its principal argument the need for de centralising railways. There is a most pressing need for cross-country lines and for connection with those at present little-used ports. But let us go back and have a look at affairs as they stood years ago. Long before Federation was an ac complished-fact each of the five States had built a good many miles of rail ways, each with a different gauge. When the Commonwealth was formed the various postal departments were federated, but the railways were left untouched; they still remained dih,mj property. , . , There is no need to emphasise the miiddlo that this has caused, and yet no one seems to think of the increase in that same muddle that the formation of New States would cause. Th« senaration of tho North fro...

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

SUjgE'p EVENS' SPECIFIC I : nj L&3 [£3 [} The ABS0LUTE CURE and J L. ? ? ? ring. ? ? ? ? ? J PREVENTIVE for [ FLUKE and WOREVSS, No Drenching:, mixed with SALT j in TROUGHS, SHEEP FREED from all PARASITICAL I DISEASES, and kopfc iD ROBUST HEALTH. SEND FOR TESTIMONIALS AND PARTICULARS. E A. SPANSW1CK, 4 O'Connell St., Sydney

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HOLIDAY TRAVELS. DEAR "PLANETS," [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

HOLIDAY TRAVEL8. || DEAR 'PLANETS,'— ' Once again I take the pleasure of [writing to the dear old League, after a long silence. 1 have quite a num ber of pals, and they all writ© lovely letters. If this should meet the eye of any Queensland Leaguer, I would be pleased if they would write to me. Of course. I would bo pleased to hear from any Leaguer who cared to cor respond with me. I will tell you about a most enjoy able holiday I had last year. I left home on the loth of September and arrived back on the 17th of Decem ber. That is what I call a decent holiday- — three months. First of all I spent ten days in Sydney. And 1 was out day and night* — shopping, visiting, and sight-seeing. I ' saw three bonza plays — 'The O'Brien Girl,' 'Smiling Through,' and 'Tho Cabaret Girl.' I also saw 'The Tully Sisters'— tliey are a quartette of jazzers — and several good pictures. From Sydney I went to Brisbane by 1 boat and had a most enjoyable trip — !? the scenery along the coast is just v. glo...

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Meteorites FROM TONS TO GRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

Meteorites FROM TONS TO GRAINS.       Meteorites are discussed by T. Hodge Smith in the current issue of the Arbi- tration Museum Magazine. Illustra- tions add to the value of an instruc- tive article. We read that a great number of theories have been put forward to ac- count for the origin of meteorites, but as Professor Sir T. H. Holland has said, 'the number and variety of the- ories concerning a subject often forms a coefficient of our ignorance.' All that can be said with certainty is that they come from outside our atmos- phere and perhaps from outside the solar system. The size of meteorites varies very considerably ; for example, the 'Ahni- ghito' meteorite found at Cape York, Greenland, in 1818, weighed thirty-six and a half tons, while another found at Muhlau, near Innsbruck, Tyrol, in 1877, weighed only seventy-seven grains. The largest meteorite yet   found in Australia, at Cranbourne, near Melbourne, Victoria, weighed ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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VICE-REGAL TOUR VISIT TO FARMS Pleasant Day's Outing [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

VICE-REGAL TOUR VISIT TO FARMS Pleasant Day's Outing The Governor and Lady de Chair, ac companied by Capt. Coote, A.D.C., Mr. H.C. Budge, official secretary, Mr and   and Mrs Best (Mayor and Mayoress of Parkes), Hon. F. A. Chaffey, (Min ister for Agriculture), Mr. J. L. Whit mill (President of Goobang Shire); Mrs; W. E. Taylor, and Mr. Houghton (secretary to Mr. Chaffey), visited on Thursday morning 'St Elmo' the property of Mr.Richard Job.     ' They had morning tea as soon as they arrived , and were then shown   over the farm by Mr. Job. They were much interested in what they saw, which included disc ploughing by trac tors, wheat cleaning, etc. Mr. Job, who is President of the Parkes P. and A. Association, is con sidered one of the best farmers in the district. His property comprises about 2000 acres. He cultivates about 500 acres and runs 1200 sheep. This year he expects to cultivate 800. acres and still run the same number of s...

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STUD STOCK WESTERN DISTRICT BRANCHES MEET Great Day at Parkes [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 April 1924

STUD STOCK By Our Special Representative—   HARRY R. THOMPSON   AGRICULTURAL BUREAU             WESTERN DISTRICT BRANCHES MEET Great Day at Parkes The Annual Conference of the   Western District branches of the Agricultural Bureau of New South Wales, was   held in Parkes last week, and was a highly successful gathering in every respect. His Excellency the Governor and Lady de Chair were present, being   accompanied by Capt. Coote, A.D.C., and Mr. H. Budge, secretary. A large   crowd assembled at Parkes station to receive their distinguished visitors, who were taken in a procession headed by the mounted police, mounted rifles, and local band to the Town Hall. An address was here presented to His Excellency and Lady de Chair, and the Governor replied thanking them all for their kindly welcome. The chair at this gathering was taken ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

: Grass and herbage may. be the,. actoal means of 1 sustenance to the stock.- But tho money they earn '' is tho chief reason for their breeding and fattening. ^ Top rates for Sheep and Catitlo at Homebush I are, therefore, a necessity; and a necessity of first '*V'% r| 1 For that reason this advice is invaluable. ^ Rail your stoch toe— ? Wmcfacomlbe, Carson LtdL Flemington Siding. Its worth gains wider recognition week by week. Good results produced by the firm's good work in selling consignments constantly bring its value before sheep and cattle men in every district. Wire for Trucks: — V/inchcombe Carson, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

STRYCHMNE Halle's Fuil-utrecRth English Crystals. 12-ounce lots ? 4/11 ounce. Less quantities .... 5/- ounce. ?W. 1 SIEUJE k CO. Hamilton Street, SYDNEY. j LIFE SmCK INSURANCE I I ON STOCK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AGAINST DEATH FROM j I ANY CAUSE AND ACCIDENT. TIME RISKS FOR ANY PERIOD DF TO TWELVE MONTHS. j MARINE TRANSIT, FOALING, CASTRATION RISKS ARE ALSO COVERED: POLICY CONDITIONS AND PREMIUM BEST AVAILABLE. I Foil particulars available from — j AND COMPANY, LTD., I Im A ff (Near Cattle Ring), I li E Or IE BENT ST., SYDNEY. I ? . ' ' 8 ^ you have any Rdbbii Skins to seU ? : ? Think of Wi I SCHUTE, KEU. & CO. LTD, I M ^ THEY will give you a fair go. fi

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Roster of Forthcoming Produce Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, April 23, at 9.80 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

Roster of Forthcoming Produce Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, April 23, at 9.30 a.m.) 1. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 2 WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. 3 NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. 4. F. & G. C. G. I. A. CO., LTD. G. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD. 6 PITT, SON AND BADGERY, LTD. 7. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 8. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE. LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. 9. G H. MOXHAM AND CO. 10. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD. 11. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. TALLOW (Thursday, April 24, at 10 a.m.). 1 PITT, SON AND BADGERY, LTD. 2. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 3. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. ?4. G. H. MOXHAM AND CO. 6. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD. 6. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 7. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 8. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. 9. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. 10. F. & G. C. G. I. A. CO., LTD. 11. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD. SHEEPSKINS (Thursday, April 24, at 9.30 a.m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

? ATTMMTrsbKT ? ? ^ ^ ? ' . I IWH ' to minor details in tho drafting and salo of fat stocft MEANS INCREASED PROFITS Our organisation stands for tbe protection of your interests and clfers the service of expert salesmen baoked by lifelong experience. GET THE BEST OF ATTENTION CONSIGN YOUR FAT STOCK TO BADGERY BROTHERS' LIMITED 10 Castiereagla Street SYDNEY

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GET A PEANUT FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

GET A PEANUT FARM. A farmer at Memerambl, in the Kingaroy district (Queensland), has grown 3000 bags of peanuts on 120 acres. At £45 a ton the crop is worth £6000.

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PRINCIPAL CATTLE AVERAGES [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

PRINCIPAL CATTLE AVERAGES L A. Dangar, 18 blks. ... 15 0 6 J. Donnelly, 9 blks. ... 13 2 0 J. I. McMullin, 9 blks. ... 12 5 0 C. Smith, 10 ... 11 14; 2 L. Lumsden, li .buss.? ... 11 6 j 6 Est. H. T. Edwoafds,? 10 blks. ... 11 3 11 M. H. Jones, 10 .blks;. ...11 4 U ll..'-R;' 'ifHdro, .ej/blflitekif -..}.* W 81 j 7 (jo'orge JfrfeftugfL fe^'hlk's. ' ... 10 3 0 D. H. Power, 'v.Wis.V ...10 7;5 M. Donnelly* ^^.Tflks'. . ... 9 16' ;0 M. H. Blake,- Ijb blka. ' ... 9 15 ? ; A. Cameron, 11 blks.' ... 9 3 ; 6 C. F. White, 22 blks. ... 9 6 9 W. Lawson, 11 blks. ..991 Trustees late J. S. Vickery, 33 blks. 9 6 8 H. R. Munro, 77 blks. ... 9 4 8 Thomson and Molrofie, 41 blks. ... 8 12 6 Widdis Bros., 10 bullocks ... 8 8 0 J. V. Johnston, 11 bullocks ... 8 8 0 J. A. B. Dean, 21 blks. ... 8 6 1 Frank Potts, 10 blks. ... 8 0 0 F. C. Johnston, 10 blks. ... 7 17 10 Western Agents, 7 blks. ... 7 15 5 W. Walsh, 11 blks. ... 7 10s- 5 Northern Agents, 24 blks. ... 8 5 4 C. S. Postlethwaite, 5 blks. ... 8 1 ...

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GETTING TOGETHER. QUEENSLAND POLITICS. NATIONALISTS AND COUNTRY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

GETTING TOGETHER. Q U E E NS|LA^ prPO LtTKJa. oj liiAR HHW *K»TJr-I A NATIONALISTS AN0 COUNTRY fOO'r'r e/W snlvisd at . ''iprdm Brisbane :—!rlie 'unity' of 'the' anti-Labor parties in the Queensland Parliament has at last been achieved. At a joint meeting of the united party and tiie Country Party at Parliament House the following were electcd to represent a joint Opposition: — Leader. Mr. Moore : deputy leader, Mr. Jiang ; Whip, Mr. Uorser. At the close of the meeting Mr. Moore expressed pleasure at the achievement of unity. He said there had been great unanimity at the meet ing and no discord 'had characterised the proceedings. Agreement bad been reached on everything tht-^ had been put forward. Every member of each party was ac counted for except Mr. Elphinstonc, who was absent from Australia. Mr. Corser was away from Brisbane with the Public Works Commission, but he with other absentees, except Mr. Elphinstone, was represented by proxy, Mr. Moore and Mr. Corser be long to the Co...

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SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1824. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1824. SALES WERE HELD BY THE SIDNEY WOOL SELLING BROKERS, viz.:— AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE. LAND AND FINANCE CO.. LTD.: CO-OPERATIVE WOOL and PRODUCE CO.. LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO.. LTD.; DALGETY AND CO., LTD.; FARMERS' ANI» GRAZIERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO., LTD.; GOLDS BROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD.; NEW / ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.; PITT, SON & BADGERY. LTD.; S CHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD.; WINCHCOMBE CARSON. LTD. SHEEPSKINS. 23,383 were forward. Tho usual buy era were present, but a rather Irregular market ruled for short stapled lines, which were about %d per lb. lower ' while other descriptions were without material change In values. QUOTATIONS. Per lb. £jerln&— fi. d. Full wools — Beat . ...- ? 22 to 24% Ordinary ? 19 to 21 Three-quarter wools — ? Best ? 20 to 22% Ordinary ? 18% to 19% Half wools— - Beat ? ? 18 to 19% Ordinary ? 16 to 1T% Quarter wools— '. Best ? 14 to 15 Ordinary ? ? ? 1S% to 13% T . Bes...

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