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FACT AND FANCY. MOOREFIELD COST. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

FACT ABO 'FAHCV. FdOOBEJFlEUt CSS7. Bonnie Russoll evidently surprised Trainer J. H. T-amb by running second to Yandarlo in Hao Hurdls. It was only a fluke ha didn't win outright . anyhow. Lamb sent Pompos Boy oas . with great confidence, and ha cfcaztod third favorite at ''fives.' Aay crico could have been obtained about Bonnie Russell who waa just beaten in tho last stride whilo the stable elect fmislied down the course.. ? The ruanar-up is coining along fast and should bo a good stake winner this winter. The Wild Goose was taken to 2& ooro- field but did not start. Trilisa looked big and faded oat in the; last furlong of tho Fly. ' Her turn again shortly. Valdoona did not go to Moorefield but owner J. J. Leahy did. He was undecided whether the Valais filly would take on the Doncaster or Leger on Saturday. She will probably be a runner in the Autumn Stakes, how ever. Hurdler Mountain Lion ran well in tho Highweight until the last bitter-bit. Bungarly was taken from third l...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The Show is Great-and Greater [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

The Show Is Great— amd Greater Ten thousand exhibits are battling for supremacy at the Sydney Show Ground. Tho prize money totals £11,000, and there are 15 trophy cups. But it is the honor of winning that counts 1 Exhibits are there froiti all tho States and from New Zealand. Victoria sends cattle and horses ; Queensland is repre sented by cattle ijnd horses and district exhibits. Tasmania naturally has -an apple trophy, but has also sent over horses, cattle and poultry. .There «are cattle from W.A., cattle and poultry from S.A., and horses, cattle and doga from N.Z. Lady riders have come from every where ! Sii on© equestrienne contest, no fewer than 50 ladies will compete. The public arc going to have a treat ! It always was a Great Show. It always was greater than, the year be fore. But this year it fi- the greatest yet. The quantity is there all right, but, better still, the quality promises to 1k- a record. As for the' crowd — well, 011 Good Friday there probably will bo standin...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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FALSE PRICES IN JUVENILE HANDICAP. BEDONIA'S RUNAWAY VICTORY. AFTER RING DRIFT. LADY CHRISTINA'S MISHAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

FALSE PRICES IN JUVENILE HANDICAP. BEDONIA'S RUNAWAY VICTORY. AFTER RING DRIFT. ' LADY CHRISTINA'S MISHAPS. Bedonia opened favorite for the se cond division of the Two-Year-Oid Han dicap. Money failed to come ior the Limelight geluing in the bulk antici pated, so he driited. Accredited stable enquiries for Lady Christina soon estabhaned lier a firm lavorite, and the public followed the lead. bhe therefore hardened to 6 to 4, while .bedonia receded to 'sevens.' Cadenza and Anasete were best backed of the others while Baldwin was nib bled at 'tens' Lady Christina's innumerable sup porters did not get any encouragement; to raise ialse hopes. Sue commenced '.lugging in' as she leit' the ' bdrrier, and soon got oil to another runner's heels, and nearly came down. When Milton ' Sullivan sat up and pulled her together she was a hopeless last. Her subsequent brilliant euort succeeded only in her beating home some strag glers. Bedonia, on the other hand, was al ways prominent. He was in fron...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SHORTHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

SHORTHORNS. Judge: A. R. Lomax, Esq. Stewards: P. II. Morton, W. Spior, Hon. J. C. Wliite, M.L.C. Bull, 4 years old and over: A. Hordern's Milton's Proud Broadhooka, 1. Bull, 3 years old and under 4 years: Est. jR. U. Dugdale's Merrimu Duke of Derri mut, 1; E. M. Campbell's Clifton Cherry Crown, 2. Bull, 2 years old and under 3 years: Lloyd Jones' Hambledon Grand Duke, 1; E. Jones and Son's Carrowreagh Knight, 2; VT. 0. H. and S. E. {Robert#* Tiverton Blazer 12th, 3. Bull, 18 months old and under 2 years: Lloyd Jones' Hambledon Duke 2nd, 1; A. J. Yf ebb 'a Lin&anvale Duke of Derrimut, 2; O. Hackinnon's Duko of Derribong 100th, 3. Bull, 1 year old and under 18 months : H. L. Austin's Eli Elwah Duko of Derri mut 45th, 1; and Eli Elwah Matilda's Duko 3rd, 3; W. Dugdale's Royal Duko of Derri mut 24th, 2. BuU calf, 6 months old and under 1 year: A. Hordern's Milton's Snowstorm, 1; Mil ton's Cavalier, 3; and Milton's Marksman, h.o. ; LinBdell Broa.' Matilda's Duke 18th, 2. Cow, 4 ...

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HIGHLANDER'S UNDOUBTED STAMINA. HIS LEGER AND CUP CHANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

HIGHLANDER'S UNDOUBTED STAMINA. HIS LEGER AND CUP CHANCES. David was the only one of the seven starters in the Autumn Handi cap who had a worth-while record. The substantiation of this was written across the handicaps — for last year's Sydney Cup winner conceded 3st. 31bs. to the heaviest weighted of his oppon ents. mis was liignianuer. Now Highlander's connections regard him as a decided St. Leger probability, so, with David ta-bbed as a 'has- been,' they did not strain their opti mism in regarding the Moutain King colt as « certainty last Saturday. The huge agreement of the public was shown by their avidity to accept 0 to 4 against him. DavM at 5 to 2 and King Carlos (3 - 1), were the only others backed. The field dawdled along with David as pacemaker to the bottom of the straight. Then King Carlos and Esme Diehton nassed the veteran. At tho six furlong poBt it occurred to Davis, on Highlander, that some of the pacemakers had the brake on the -afield with the idea of making a spri...

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MOON'S SKILL SECURES VICTORY. YANDARLO'S MOOREFIELD SEQUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

MOON'S SKILL SECURES VICTORY. YANDARLO'S MOOREFIELD SEQUENCE. When Yandarlo finished eighth in a Rosehill Hurdle a few weeks back, many tabbed him as a likely winner 'next-up.' Saturday's meeting materialised their hopes. But still it was only' with a little luck and less margin that the astute Ted Moon landed Yandarlo a winner. Perhaps judgment and gaineness should be mentioned, loo. So pool ly was the favourite running throughout the greater part of the race, that many were suspicious as to Moon's good intentions. Had lie been beaten their suspicions would have crystallised into reality. And defeat might easily have been Yandarlo's lot but for good fortune. He had a tight squeeze, anyhow 1 Wooyeo led into the straight from Bonnie Russell, \Tandarlo and Cool Time. They were bunched with Yandarlo in a rail's pocket. Ap proaching the last jump the lea der went out from the fence slightly — that was Yandarlo's good luck. But Moon's skill and cleverness were then necessary to capitalis...

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

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CHAOS IN HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

CHAOS IN HIGHWEIGHT HANDI CAP. Many of the 18 Highweight runners were battered from pillar to post, and Royal Dighton was one of them. First away, he made the early running with Clinton, but had dropped back into four place at the half-mile. At the home turn he was well packed in among the. leading division, and got a particularly rough time of it. Toohey then took him to tho middle of tho track, and in a brilliant finish snatched victory by half a length. Doris Lynn was coming fast at the straight approach, and looked a winner. Sho ran very wide however, and lost her chances. She should do well within the next foVtnight.

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

HOTEL GROSVENOR' SYD.NE7' HAS AN ATMOSPHERE OF REFINEMENT AND A RE | PUTAITON FOR HOMELY COMFORT, EXCELLENT OUISCNE AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION. I Inciusluo Tariff, ie/- por day. jl Telegra km: CMVE M. CHATEAU' jl 'QROVENOR, SYDNEY.' ? ? ? Manager.

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Scarlet Beaten in Country Purse Company [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

[?] ?foil I- — ? , Scarlet's Country Purse form was too bad to: be'true Money poured .. in for her from the moment the books open ed — many fielders got their quota in on© hand. Syd. Baker, for instance, set Cecil Godby for an even thou sand, while the Victorian laid £1000 to £800 on the mare else where. And many failed to got accommoda tion at five to four on at barrier-rise. Greendale at 'fours,' and Hermeal do at 'sixes,' were tho only others backed. Scarlet was seriously interfered with shortly after the start, and for the first three furlongs was never going well. Any moderate jumpers' flat horse would have beaten her over the first half-mile. Up the back stretch she shaped much better, but Toohey could not ferret an opening. Approaching the straight, however, a belated opportunity to get into the firing line was found. But the release was momentary only. Scarlet was in trouble again at tho straight entrance, and closer to homo something crossed right under her neck. That settl...

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Women in Country And City The Country Woman Her Interests and Association [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

Womean lm\ C©isiratlipy;; Anndl CMy .(Conducted by Mrs. Ea Mtrhuin@J— The Country Woniam Her Interest s , and . Association A ? __ ? ? .♦„ f r.lOTTO:— Royalty to tho Throne, Servioo to tho Country through ' Country womfcn, for Country w onion, ! By Country Women. (be»«d no your views — wo will give yon ours. — Ed.) Mudgee amnvai, report Tfoe annual meeting ws held fa the Town Hill on April 3rd, 1923. There was u fair attendance of members, ?? aaJi tho &ame officers -were re-elected. It wao deaided to open the Club on the 24th April with a gift afternoon. MrB. Richardson and Miss Fletcher yolun . teerqd; to arrange the tea. - . : ? 1 The president, Mrs. Bostock Jones, and Miss Cos were appointed to buy the necessary furniture , for the Club. Miss' Fie teller spoke pf the Girl Guides and said she was forming a company, ' The next meeting will be bold iQ the Club room on April 17th, and ar rangements were made for a care ? taker. Miss Fletcher was granted tho use of .the Club r...

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Hawkesbury Meeting CREATES NO NEW INTEREST. In A.J.C. Events How and Why Blackadder Failed [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

Hawkesbury Meeting CREATES NO NEW INTEREST. In A.J.C. Autumn Events (By e Break-o'-Day') How and Why Blackadder Failed Slight is the influonco that Saturday's Hawkesbury Meeting at Moorefield will have on the Doncaster Cup wagering, Beyond the failure of both Blackadder and Scarlet, and tho encouragingly easy victory of Highlander, things are as they were. Even Blackadder's defeat should not be taken too seriously. Doubt as to his ability to handle 8st. 8Ib.— ho has half a stone less in Saturday's mile — was expressed by some judges. These opinions made themselves audible in the ring, and so, when a .substantial commission came for Trimacre, he immediately ousted Blackadder from favouritism. In view of their respective positions in Doncaster quotations, the Hawkes bury s betting was remarkable — Trim acre's nominal price for the big mil© was more than six times greater than Blackadder's, , who was second favourite to Claro. Yet, at Moorefield, Trim acre was at 9 to 4 as against the ...

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IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

IN SYDNEY. Mrs. Hugh R. * Munro, president of the Country' Women's Association, ar rived in town on Sunday. Country visitors this week in town Include Mrs. Bromley, of Orange; Mrs. Marina andi Miss Elsin, of Young ; Mrs. Daley, of Warialda; Mrs. Wallace, ,of Macksvillei Mrs. Brown, of Nyngan, With her eon, and. Mrtj. ^inj^son, of $S0pkwell... ; ?! -iSMtllj..* ' . .. I I ,,.,i .

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

Fly Dressings We offer the following: — 5 Gall. Drums. 8. Gall. Cases. Morrison's ? 23/4 „ 32/8 ' Morrison's ? 23/4 „ 68, - „ Blo-FII-Di ? '47/6 „ 68/ - „ Spicer's ? ? ,, 32/- „ Wllstop ? — „ SO/- ,, Kelpie ? 22/6 drum; ? Muscnpal ? f In ^2 gall, tins; 60/- tin Dissolved Arsenic .. 27/6 drum; 40/- case Stock Tar-Compound ? 17/6 „ Stock Tar-Thistle Brand .... 35/- „ All other brands supplied* W. A. SMELLIE & CO. HAMILTON STREET, SYDNEY.

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Country Hotel Accommodation 18 THE LICENSING BOARD LAX? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

'Country Hotel. Accom* modation -; 13 THE LICENSING BOARD MIX? It appears that the licensing board does not care whether the traveller in the country gets decent accommodation o? not. Under the present conditions, if a really conscientious inspector, together With a competent woman housekeeper, were to inspect each hotel it is cer tain that half the country hotels would lose their licenses, because of the filthy and quite unhealthy- condi tions of the bedding and towels. It is somewhat seldom that one finds beds not properly changed, though it is open to qu-estion whether sheets are in all cases properly washed! before being again put upon the beds, but Is quite certain that 75 per cent, of the bedding is not aired or re-made for years, and in si5 WPQ3 out of seven an inspection of tie bedsteads will show a mass of dust and filth on and under the spring mattresses. CONDITIONS BAD. The towels supplied to visitors are frequently so badly washed that they are medically quit© unfit for ...

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

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

Prestige and Efficiency m Salesmanship The influential position of PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. in the PASTORAL SPHERE is due in a large measure to THE CONFIDENCE reposed m them by The Man on The Land, gained over a period of many years by constant and unremitting attention aa SELLING AGENTS for SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL, PRODUCE & REAL ESTATE. During THE ROYAL SHOW Time we will be glad aa usual to meet Country Visitors at our Offices. Pastoral Exchange, O'Connell Street, byclnoy, where correspondence may be addressed. Tho opportunity can be taken to visit The Modern Wool Warehouse, and also see our Salesmen otticiating in the Flemington Saleyards on Fat Stock that have received treatment of Material Monetary Value, prior to sale in our Exclusive Accommodation. I PITT, SON & BADGERY (LIMITED) SYDNEY 1 ye**®, WINS THE HIGHEST HONOURS! : Specially selected as tho DEMONSTRATING Machine at the GREAT BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION. . J) T° Sh°W visitors from Parta world the hand...

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

I Boiled Down I ? g Yo — ho, heave oh I 1} Port your helum ! I S Sta* budd III I Keep to the left. § Yes, our steering directions are a £| bit mixed this week. Nearly evorybory can discover a }. ?-: sailor in their family tree. *£§ Even if ho was only deckhand on Myj the Blood-punt, or first assistant in a jv'f marine store. Except me. None of my forefathers went to sea | as far as I know, but 110 disruption of ;|j the elements has ever been able to l-i mal ra mo conciVIr cn T inov Tin n Eg of-the-sea of sorts after all. H Carry on. KM # « * o j|$ Executive of the Southampton Ship Construction and Shipwrights' Union m (Eng.), havo suspended 1000 of their members .for failing to resume work |£| when ordered. P| They didn't take a ballot on the |v| question either. They just put their ' ) own boot in. 1 Elected Union Boss they maintain their right to all the privileges of the' Boss. Good luck to them. Somebody has got to be boss everytime. « » * « Sir Honry Lucy, one of Britain's grea...

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

Scientific Op Testing H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., Opticians, of 38o George Street, Sydney, wilJ visit the undermentioned towns: — SOUTHERN TOUR. A D AMI N A BY. — Commercial Hotel : Mon., April 14th, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.; Tues., April 15th, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. liUNGEN DORE. — Lake George Hotel: Wed., April 16th , 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. GRIFFITH.-.. Accommodation House : .Mon., April ?J8i.li, 'J p.m - 5 p.m. COUIiliURN. — Goulburn Hotel: Thurs., May 1st, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Fri., May 2nd, 9 a.m. - 12 noon. NORTHERN TOUR. NEWCASTLE. — Dr. Presley's Hotel: Tues. April 22, 11.30 a.m. - 5 p.m. SINGLETON.— Percy Hotel: Wed., April 23rd, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. WYONG. — Haile's Pharmacy Hotel1 Thurs., April 24, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. H. A. BABfSAGUmH, LTD. The Houso with the Diplomas, | S85 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. 1 (Opp. Strand Arcade). 1

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

1 Boiled Do S : ? ? ; ? 1 [l ?'??? ' ^?©s — we are still entertaining sailors. Lots of them want to chuck, tho sou mid settle on the land. Plough tho puddoCks instead of the waves, and all that sort of thing, don't you know I ►Saturday morning the Cruisers went off to Brisbane. The men would ? rather have stayed in Sydney. En parsant, they will attend the funeral of - ex H.M.A.S. Australia. This is an utilitarian age. To keep tho 'Australia' ship-shape would have cost about £70,000 a year — and we are to materialistic to pay that for sentiment. Deep ? down, deep down, beneath tho A hundred fathoms deep; Where Drake and Grevllio found -their graves, And strange sea monsters creep. Deep down, deep down, In 'blackest dark, Her charted grave will b«-- A spot Australia shall mark, . Hor Sacred League of Sea., ? ? » » Sometimes wisdom does come from America. President Coolidge expresses a wish that the people would be more earnest in observing the law than in enforcing it. That is very go...

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