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WOOL MARKET REPORTS VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

[?] VIEWS OS' WOOL SELLING BROKERS ? ' mm - Tha thirteenth aorios of wool sales this week has witnessed a marked falling-olf in the character of tho offerings indicative of tho near approach of the end of tho season. The demand is still strong and general, although there has been little wool to suit the American demand. ' The Japanese section has been keen, and Germany has secured a big volume of wool. Yorkshire ia also giving good support to the market. The appended reports of wool selling brokers will be found to contain much of interest to wool-growers. ' ' i ( L M.Z.L. and m.A. Co., Ltd.'' ' This company submitted' ii ' catalogue of. 6403 bales on Monday- last, drawn from the Southern, New England and Upper Hunter districts of this State, also Queensland. The selection was a fairly good one, and inoluded a num ber of nice lines of both merinos and comebacks. Competition for the best wools was somewhat restricted, and the extreme prices winch have been recently paid ior these lin...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

i ^ r ' - , ; ;~T: | You have probably scon in your experience tho -Iiavoc THE DISHONEST EKEOUTOR Imo raade ' iti o'..' I mea s Estates. We often see it for w aro frequently ? cull»d ia when tho trouble is done to gai&-bsf | remains: It is impossible JEor this embaraasHswit 'to anso '? , ,/- ? THE. UNION 'TRUSTEE CO.. ?5§§? ? I oaa of tho oldest established and largest Trustee Companies ia .Australia, ' t ^ tyj'&i | Moto namo, and atWross is: No. 15 CcOMNELL STflEET, SYDNEY, and at Mojbouffta «nd Briafeaisa,, I Directors :— Hon. James 'Ashton, M.L.O. (Ch&insan); W.' H. Mackay, Hon. Sir Henry Bradaon,- EdBA»lOaj0. j James Kidd, R. M. Pitt. Manassrt A. E. Nsrdon, F.F.I.A., A.C.I.S. (Eng.) I - Writ© or call for FREE BOOKLETS oh iany matter relating to your Will and JEaiato.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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MUNICIPAL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

MUNICIPAL. APPLES: Local, choice dessert, 8/- to 9/-, small 4/- to 7/-; cooking, to 8/- per bushel case. BANANAS: 8/- to 20/- per case. CITBUS FRUITS: Oranges, to 20/-; Valen. cias, 26/-; lemons, 5/- to 9/- per bushel GBAPES : Muscatels, choice black 8/_ Black Hambtrrgs 4/- to 5,-, white varieties, SI- to 6/- per half-case. NEOTABINES : 4/- to 9/-, small and in. ferior II- to 4/- per half-case; Victorian, 6/- to 12/- per case. PEACHES: From 2/- to 6/- per half case; Victorian 3/- to 7/- per case. PAS8IONFBUIT : 4/- to 16/-, extra choice 20 1- par half-bushel case. PEABS: Local 4/- to 7/-, green 2/- to 6/-J Victorian, 4/- to 8/6 per case. PINEAPPLES: Queens, to 13/-; Bipleye. 61- to 71- per case. PSLUMS: Victorian, 6/- to 8/- per casej local, qhoice dark 2/- to 5/-, light, 4/-, small and jam lots 2 7_- to 2/6 PSr hajf case. QUINCES: 3/- to 5/- per case.. BOOKIEELONS : 3/- to 8/- per dozen. . SWEET OOBN: 1/6 per half-case.' TOl&WO^S: 2/- to 5 /- por,half-ca«q.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Vegetable Market [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Vegetable Market BEANS: / 6 to 3/-; peas. Wonders 2 /. to 5/-, Yorks 1/- to 4/- per bushel. ClABBAGES: 4/- to 7/-; extra choice, 9/-|, lettuce, 16 per dozen. TOMATOES: 2/- to 5/- per half-bushel ease. ONIONS: 12/-; swedes, 8/-; sweet potatoes £1 per cwt. OABBOTS: 2/6; parsnips, 3/-; beetroot, 3/-; white turnips, 3/6; eschalots, 3/6, radish 1L. rhubarb, 4/- per dozen bunches; chil lies, 1/- per lb. PUMPKINS: 61- to 9/-; vegetable mar rows, /6 to, 1/6; watermelons, 2/- to 8/-; extra' choice, 12/. per dozen. POTATOES : Tasmanian, Brownelle 13/6; Bi^marcks, 11/6; Pinkeyes, 9/6 ; Melbourne and local varieties, 9/6 to 13/6.

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Country Stock Markets GOULBURN ANNUAL RAM SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

|S Country Stock Markets 'tM GOULBURN ANNUAL RAP.1 8ALE8. W. H. WHEATLBT report:— The Importance .and popularity of theso sales was instanced on Tuesday last, 26th February, when the firm held their 19th Aunual Bam , Sales. An attractive cata logue was offered, inoludlng drafts from many of tlie leading breeders In tho State. There was a very large and representa tive attendaude of breeders and others iu In'itivsfa^ 'Q*iimv«et n.n.mo funm \CAnflfn. /Queanbeyan, Braidwiood,, Blnalong, . Orook woll, Bathurst; Coolac, Gunning, Marulan, Nowra, Bavensworth, Mosa Vale, Bungen dore and other Burroundhig ? distrloto. The demand for good rams was very keen all through the sale, and spirited bidding en. abled' the whole of the big yarding— witli the'' exoeption of onet small lot— to be clear ed in record time, and many buyers . were unaupplied. The average obtained, in sym pathy with the high price of wool, was a record f.or flock rains. ' The total number sold was 144$. MERINOS. Mr. A. B. Ma...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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GOULBURN STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

GOULBURN STOCK SALES. W. H. Tyheatley report on sales of Wednesday last: — Supplies of; both sheep ,-r: and cattle' were small, but about equal ~ ' to the requirements of the buying power that was in' evidence,, this being- aho small. Prices for fat sheep showed, a little easier compared with last week's sales, but cattle were firmer, some. .pens; . of best .quality being worth neariy 40/ per 10,0 lbs. Fut Sheep.— Crossbred ewes and. wethers* . sold to 35/6, and comeback ewes and weth-' , ' ers to '.52/6; crossbred hoggets to 30/6, and crossbred lambs to 29/6. . Our sales in- . eluded a/c Wallace H. Wheatley, 'Holl- wood,' xbred ewes at 32/-, comeback ewes at 32/3, crossbred hoggets to SO/C, and crossbred lambs at.28/-; a/c S. A. Taylor, 'Homeden,' xbred lambs to 29/6, and cbk ? ewes and wethers at 27/3. Fat Cattle.— Good quality light-weight bullocks made to £11/2/6. and good qua! - . Ity cows to £9. Our sales included, a/c ? A. R. Maple-Brown, Gundary Plains, blks to £11/2/6; a/c ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

COMFLOU1 — i ; Foremost in favour with discriminating cooks. j I It adds zest to the most ordinary fare and is ideal for fine cooking.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

* Iihk ' Poflffi Makes delicious scones, dainty cakes and flaky pastry. Light and digestible. Costs a little more Worth a lot more £100 IN CASH PRIZES Save the lids .1 . ..UHWW'I.UM-U-. I'M-H.-.U,..'. ? UlU-^-.WI'We!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

''1:)^ I A pure white, glossy enamel for bathroom fittings -IT mm ! ? You may easily have all bath ii WMhK Pi room fittings coated smoothly J ~~ | ] i' in glossy wnite. Simply paint l_J J,' sssg ~qJ| | | ' them with ' Luxeberry' White '\. I-'^ & -\l'f i SI ' I ~ Enamel, over a first coat of 'I | 11/ — - good, flit white. It dries hard ^-?^^1— S ? L and perfectly even, leaving a ? [ surface that can be kept clean ^ and bright without difficulty. ^ Steam does not dull it. 'Luxeberry ' is mixed ready and is easy to apply. Use a ' Sil'ver King' enamel hr »h. JAMES SANDY 8C CO., LTD. For paints, enamels, and ?wallpapers ?326-8 George Street, Sydney. 7a , ' ' 1 v.\ , ? -

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"Talk o' the Town" [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

'Talk®' the Trnrn' D1C Alt ANDY, GUNDAGAIS' aren't so easy to write us tliey appear at first ready ing. Their punch is in the obliterative lilt of the chorus, with its recurring rhyme. There's another — 'Croajingalong'— hut I forget tihe L-horus of it, also, yet all are on the, same lines. Your open ing stanza is O.K., but, brother, you v-...,'„ .,„ ,.i,n,.nc .liwl flio i-linrns is the thing with which we kid the blinkin folk to sing: — Where tall oak8 are growing, And the Murrumbldgee flowing, There's a village so pretty That it's well worth a ditty, So listen while 1 sing this song. Sing -a song of Juglong, Where the 'Bldgee rolls along, ?Where the cars and tractors chug along I'd love my swag to lug along, With some wee girl to hug along ?The long, long .road to Juglong, The little old town where I belong, The place I swear by right or wrong, For I'm going back by the twisty track To Juglo— Juglo — Juglong. That's something like the sort of chorus that makes a song of that sort. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

/ ? ^wBfeT*'- ? '*' '\ Open for all classes of General Banking Business in the principal Citieo and Towns of Australia, London (2) and New Guinea (2). Savings Bank Department at all Branches and Savings Bank Agencies at 3189 Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth of Australia, the Territories of Papua and New Guinea, Solomon blonds Protectorate, and other islands of the Pacific. INTBREST -~ ' 3J per cent, on Savings Bank balances up to £l ,000. 3 per cent, on any additional balance up to £.300, making a total of £1 ,300 on which interest is allowed. Acting Governor. I AMES KELT,. iomnwai) Ink of tetala.

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Our Camera Contributors NEAR WARREN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Our Camera Contributors. NEAR WARREN. Carriers camped under a Coolibah tree, waiting for rain. — Photo by J. B. MacLellan. - WELL-BORING. S.W. Slopes -Jean Esplin, Kooringa. How the Small Farmer Grows His Lucerne. —Miss S- A. Keefe, Rye Park. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

'WAY'S THE MODERN STORE FEATURE ^Jesyns^ Corsets'. If# JENYNB REDUCING AND SUPPORTING CORSETS are n health corset of distinctive merit, and are strongly recommended by leading doctors and surgeons, for use after operations, maternity, etc., being spe cially constructed to give adequate support, yet avoiding undue strain. There is a mode! for every type of figure, and each is made in the : best quality materials. ? Here is a brief description of four leading models: — MODEL 20W., for stout figures, is i made in strong White Drill, and has ' all the features for supporting and ..reducing. Sizes 22 to 30 36/6 Sizes 31 to 32 .... 39/6 MODEL 9W. is a light-weight Cor set, in Strong, White Batiste, low bust; recommended for use after op erations, being toft, yet firm, to the figure. Sizes 21 to 28 .... 45/6 MODEL B. is in Strong, White Coutil, and is a Corset suitable for average figure; very comfortable fit, and modern shape. . Sizes 25 to 30 .... 46/6 j Sizes 31 to 36 .... 48/6 MODEL R....

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BROADCASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

BROADCASTINGS Madame Waybaek. — Your pictures of the kiddies In their bath would have been all right if you had got closer to them, so that they would have shown up larger. Have another try at it, and if they look good lend us the films, and we'll enlarge them before using. W.L.B., Mudgee. — The rocks- * ^are rather interesting. Will consider them later on. R.L.F., Ravenswood. — Carrying the H'UIUU IIU.VU JJUtMl u hi cut piuiure, but It was badly exposed, and nothing could be got out of It. N.I., Coolah. — Eagle picture would not make a good block. Too flat and black — but thank you all the same. Print returned. E.P., Te Kere. — Yes, I think we can jse those. M. Leslie, Walgett. — If Robin and rweedle will come to the next Artsits' Ball they ought to gc-t a prize. H.D.H., Gunjiedah. — The go'anna foes in. R. McC., Box 2.— We are proud of 'our good word. Your post office la luite a swaetrer nlneo Maurine. — Did I answer you before? Will probably use the circus pony. E.B., Cullerin. —...

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DINGO HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

DINGO HUNT. DEAR PLANETS,— Once again I am seated at the table, with pen and paper, writing to fhe dear old League. Whilst out riding the, other day I came across two dingoes. Off they went, and I followed like the wind. I don't know how far I followed, but, methinks, a long, long way. In me enu i lost inem, ana returned home disappointed after my long gallop. : 1 have my favorites in the League — 'Southern. Star,' 'Riverina Rose,' and 'Hal.' 1 wonder if I shall ever be able to write a long letter. The old saying is, 'practice makes per fect.' Well, perhaps if I keep on practising I may succeed. Will you please forward the en closed letter on to 'Pollyanna.' Wishing the League every success. Yours, etc., 'ECHO.'

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LEAGUE LETTERS Rain and After [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

LEAGUE LETTERS Rain rtnri After DEAR 'PLANETS,'— It is Sunday, and raining, and I guess you' know what a wet Sunday is like. I've tried to pass the time peaceably, but it is no use, I must get it off my chest somehow, or I'll broulc tlio furniture. Yee, I liave just been playing the piano (might have broken it), but got sick or tliat, so i n give the League the full benefit of the wet day. I suppose some Leaguer will be tell ing me I am a poor player to get sick of the piano. Yes, guilty ; especially when I am in a bad humor. Got to wait for the inspiration, .ind then I can play, 'Ring the Bell, Watchman,' till my neck aches. Of course, I like solos best. There is more inspiration in them when one does not sing. But, of course, I sing, too — in the sheep yard and down the paddock where no one can hear me. Some time ago 'Southern Star' mentioned not being in a singing mood. Take my advice, Leaguers, and keep to solos. But, no, I suppose that won't do either, because one gets out of t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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FOX SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

FOX 3 KINS. k i'or aozen. Winters ? ? ? 140/'- to 152/- Small - winters SO/- to 120/- Flrst autumn ? 90/- to 101/- Second autumn ...... 50/- to 70/- First summer ? 50/-. to 65/- Second summer ...-. 30/- to 46/- Plrst greasy ? ? 100/- to 120/ - Second greasy ? 70/- to 90/- greasy ...... RD/- to 65/- Flrst rough ? 100/- to 130/- Second rough ? 50/- to 80/- Fups ? ? ? 10/- & up Badly damaged .... 5/- & up RABBIT SKINS. Per lb. d. d. Best bucks ? 45 to 57 Outgoings ? 39 to 44 Racks ? .'... 36 to 1 37 First heavy pelts ? 40 to 44 Second heavy pelts .. 37 to 3®,,' Third heavy pelts ..... 35 to 36% First milky does ? 32 to 33% ' Second milky does .... 29% to 31% Kittens and smalls .... 27 to 32 Damaged- ? ? 29 to. 31% Blacks ? 30 to 41% Fawn ' ? ? 32 to 36 HARES. - Per dozen. . ?Rest ? ? 5/- to 7/- Medlum ? 2/6 to 4/6 Inferior ? ? 1 /- to ? 2''

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Next Week's Wool Sales PRINCIPAL BRANDS. At next week's wool sales some of the principal brands will be as under— Schute, Bell and Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

mn Wcsfc'a Weal Sates t -???;: ^ P^aUOiPAL DRAND8. At next v/cclt's wool sales some of .tlia principal braada will bo aa unaor — : ] /? '.'r,.!' - ?'.??» ? ? , i ?) OcSm?oV Eaii and Co., lu5m BB/BICGA; an eyebrow/A: JBV/NBW END2N/NEW ENGLAND: an eyebrow/ HKH/c6l-LlNOR13; EC; \TO In tr is. I BRIAR PARK: HW; CSW/BINDA; McQ BROS/BIGQA; an cyebrow/3/a bar; AS/ ESSINGTON /PABK; H MAC/ULLA HAIiLA; MS/WHEEO; WC/BINDA; BBF /B ;T.C / W AHGUN Y AH / NSW^bNG - liAND; THH/XNGLEDOW ; WE/INGLE DOW; RE/LOCKHART; DAIRY /PABK; AH/CRAIGIiBA; VCH/WOODVIL1LE/ NEW ENGIiAND: O/ V /NEW ENGIV^D; BN/Gi FP-A; TAHRAMAN/a claw; , BB/ Y; itM^NBUAN/C; JG/BUKaLoNG; ? Ak/ICYIiESTON; MONAROO; H in cir/ STKEAMVILLE; H/ SPRING VAIjLEY ; GAB/GREI2NMANTLE; . SP/UBAliXiA.; WG In dla; YAURAGILEN; 'DC/S/TANG liET/NE; E in C/GLEN ACCHON/NEW/. ENGLAND: RGJ. . . F. a crc. G. I. A. Co.. Ltd, ? - An eyebrow /HH on; side/NEW ENG XtA-ND; WC/IjVI^HUMT/NEW ENG ? liAND; ' X/C/ ACHIt.L/NBW/ ENGLAND; girag!'iBiK&www^gK l^/g&a...

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Station and Butchers' Produce Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Station a.sid- Biat®k©s,s* Produce ? :!; ? ? Sales were held by tho Sydney Wool Selllne- Brokers, viz.: — AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND AND FINANCE CO., LTD.; COOPERA TIVE, WOOL AND PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCEII&' SEL LING CO.. LTD.; DALGETY AND CO., LTD.; FARMERS! AND GRAZIERS' CO OPERATIVE . CO., LTD.; GOLP3 BROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD.; NEW: ZEALAND 'LOAN AND' MERCANTILE AGENCY CO„ LTD.: PITT, SON. . & BADGERY, LTD.; SCHUTE, BELL AND CO.. LTD.; WINCIiCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. FURRED SKINS. Supplies wero small and of inferior qual. lty. Kangaroo, wallaroo, and wallaby v . without material change in values, but . heavy goatskins were a shade cheaper: , Prtv.Ulna- IOIO «,» +ViA linltr belns of poor quality. Competition was , good and satisfactory prices were forth coming for ? all descriptions. Rabbit Skins: 117,779 lbs. were forward. There was a record attendance of buyers ? ?and the strong demand recently exper ienced was again In evidence, with tho result that most ...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

LONDON WOOL SALES. Dalgety & Company, Limited, ara ia ^ receipt of tie following cable from their London office, under date of 4th instant: — 'Tbe list of arrivals for th© sales to open on March 11th is closed. 3Sie quantities available are as follows : Australian 40,500 bales, New Zealand 31,000 bales, Cape 2500 bales, South ? ' v American 12,000 bales.'

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