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MONDAY'S PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

MONDAY'S PBODUCE MARKETS. Tasmanian potatoes dropped 30s a ton on Monday, prime Brownells sclline at ?Bismarcks at £8, and Pinkeyes dt £6 a ton. About 23,000 bacs are available from all aourccs, exclusive of local varietica at riving by rail. Onions w^re dull, but tnoro was no* alteration in price. Clieese sold remarkably well, and batter sold well at what are now considered bed rock prioes (144/8 cwt.). Oaten chaff was well supplied at Alexan dria, and pricea fell from 5s to 103 a ton.

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

NORTHERN MARKET ACTIVE. V. J. BYRNES, auctioneer, Manilla, re ports great activity in the local sheep ket during the past three months. ine auotion arid privato sales of sheep effect«l during that period resulted 111 the dis posal of 109,025 sheep, which aygd. 23/6 per head. For the same period ho sold 1232 cattle, 254 horses, and property and sundries, making the total turnover the period a very satisfactory one deed.—*

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

COLUMBIAN WYANDOTTES. THE most beautiful of all Fowla — Wondorful Layors and Grand Table Fowla, I uBTC tlie greatest Btrnln of till* breiil ever bred or landed lu Australia. I have Imported uiy stock from llii? beat studs In America umi Hiigiond. Birds that hare won nt Madison Square Garden Show tbe gien test poultry sliow In the world, and from England's greuteot laying stud. Nothing better to be bad. Write me for particulars. Cor respondence Is a pleasure. P. OWEN FRENCH, 62a Pitt St., SYDNEY. /

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

BARRETT'S ARSENICAL LANOLWE SHEEP DIP Packed in a highly concentrated paste form, in tins of 15, 30, 60 lbs. on-h. 15lb. Tin (makes 500 Galls. DID). £2/5/ 30' b. „ ( „ 1000 „ „ 601b. „ ( „ 2000 „ „ ) S»h'h Strongly recommended for JETTING or SWABBING Order direct from W. A. SMELUE & CO. Hamilton Stroot, SYDNEY.

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SUN AND MOON [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

SUN AND MOON SDN. JIOON. n„_ „P , rlses. Bets, rises, sets. Day of week a.m. pjn. p.m. a.m. Tues., Apri 15 6.17 ... 5-53 ... 2.45 ... U2 Wed., April 16 6.18 ... 5.32 ... 3.32 ... 2.14 Thur., April 17 6.19 ... 5.31 ... .4.10 ... 3J6 Fri., April 18 C.19 ... 5.30 ... 4.50 ... 422 Sat., April 19 620 ... 5^9 ... 5.29 5.29 Sun., April 20 6.21 ... 528 ... 6.13 6.37 Mon., April 21 6.21 ... 5.27 ... 6.58 . 7.48 Full Moon, April 20, at 12J1 n ™ New Moon, May 4, at 9.0 n. m

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

fomitg ££& safe ,.&?&. wb j&btwm ' i»wiwl PUDLEGHE© ON TUESOAYQ AND FRIDAYS. 1? CAGTLERGAQH STREET, StfBfiEY. ; TcJophono No. 136334. ?????/ ? ?. rMrortfetag' RaSsa; eh Application. a TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1924. ?

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

GEIffll STfillDfl SUPPLIERS - Before ordering elsewhere, always get a quote from W. A.- SMELLIE & CO. Wholesale Station Suppliers, Hamilton Street, SYDNEY. FARMERS & GRAZIERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO. j Sold at I^omebush last Thursday, S A/c. Fleming Bros, 'Ulah,' Walgett, S KM 1ETDB 1 52/11 I RECORD FOR THE YEAR. j BE A CO-OPERATOR. j consign,— « FARMERS & GRAZIERS'

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

ARSENIC, Dissolved ready for' Instant ' use 1 for the prevention of blowing. ? And alio for Getting sheep ' This is the strongest possible solution. In 5-gall drums ? 5/6 gallon. Iu 4-gall. tins ? 5/- gallon. Order direct from W. A. SMEllIE & CO. Hamilton Street, SYDNEY.

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

LEATHER REPORT The weather during the week-end was flno generally, except in the east, where light to moderate showers fell at very scat, tored Places between Kin ma and CotTs Har. hour, with general rain about the Dorrigo. Day temperatures were moderate, and tho towestooisht temperature was 27 degrees at ,^.r' Stat© Meteorologist, ex. pects lurUier showers on or near the North t/oast, otherwise fine generally. Winds (parts efly . -weatorn in southern

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. E.H.T. (Wantabadgery, West). — At your request, the information sought lias been mailed you. For fuller par- ' tlculars refer to special article on tfc© subject in this issue. F.D.L. ( Coonamble) . — OChe trouble is leg weakness.' Tt« ? «VW V44UMWJ auu UCSll' ttient are dealt with in an nT-HAia gn, pearing in the present issue. Should the remedies outlined therein prove in effective, give a larger amount of green food and more lucerne, well riwinH I?as ; Also give 15 grains of iodide of potassium in every quart of ?£lf - g Tv,Lter- afiBr first cleaning out the bowels with a levelled off tea spoonfu1 of epsom salts dissolved In a little water.

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POULTRY Progressive Poultry Culture Don't Neglect Colds. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

[?] Progressive Poultry Culture By ('Duehioing.') Don't Noglcot Colds. v Common colds, if neglected, will prove disastrous. Any uiling birds, therefore, should be treated at once. Ailments usually nrise from improper housing; see, therefore, that the sleep ing quarters are well ventilated, but not draughty, and that the fowls ;iie not overcrowded. Feed for Autumn Eggs. Autumn eggs are the ones that. pay. Generally speaking, autumn laying de pends on management, and that prac tically amounts to feeding. To get birds to lay at the proper time means judicious feeding. There is quite a big difference between the food the birds will eat and that which they should have to do them the greatest amount of good and to keep them laying when once they have started. Feeding Moist Mash. Many poultry-keepers are under the impression that a mash should be served in a hot state, whereas it should be merely warm. If given too hot on' cold mornings, it causes the birds to become overheated, and when t...

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

f^irocK a siotm GREAT CHANCE WE HAVE RECEIVED instructions to offc for Urgent Sale, 1100 AORB3 heavy-carry in Freehold Land, adjacent NCfltTH-WESTKR BAtLWAY STATION. Extensive Rive frontage, from wbioli a largo area could I irrigated. Homestead, woolahed,- 5 pa- docks. PRICE: £5 10s PEIt AORE, an when better developed could bo m ado wort double the money. This is a great choncf aa ownor has made up his mind to effee a quick sale. P1TO, SON and BADGKRY, 1/PD„ Sydney. COULBURN (N.S.W.). ^ ? H. WHEAT LEY'S SPECIAL SALES. CATTLE 8ALE; THURSDAY, 1st MAY. 8HEEP SALE: TUESDAY, 6th MAY. ERINO EWES. Handy Railway Line, Northern N.S.W. 1800 EWES. 3 years, hiphly bred, well grown, sborn August, clean skins, 35 high-claBS S.A. blood, 2-tootli rams joined 6tli April. Hams, 70/-; Ewes, -40/-. BACON and COMPANY, Gunnedali. yo u N C EWES. 700 HER* E-v|4{'^d-''l2itqc^b, £200 4-tooth, splendid quu Lit stloni '8th Oct., due , Jfimb (^u^y t^ltt-gumea ^ams. 45/-f .♦ ? s: r Y N :W ,E I f -R :S. Travellin...

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STUD STOCK SELLING. ARGENTINE METHODS. WHERE TIME IS NO OBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

STUD ' Sl'ock SELLING. ARGENTINE METHODS. W H E RE* 'T I'M E ' is NO OBJECT. (A writer... in ..the . Aberdeen-Angus He view . T (Scotland discusses ,the , sale yards atiJuends Ayres, wlitte the 'mi ported stock are sold. He writes: I question if the byre accommodation is sufficient for more than about one i.nndrorl and twentv cattle, a ay thirty along each side, and an equal number on each side of the central division. There are no separate pens, all the cattle being arranged in rows, while the sale-ring is simply a clear space between the cattle and the back pre mises. . . A low gallery 011 two sides taces tne auctioneer's box, and the centre of the 'ring' is well littered with _ straw, which I suppose is considered useful in the case of a rather high-standing ani mal 1 A sale in Argentine is a leisure ly affair. 1 do not know what the record may be, but certainly 1 should think that a good hour's work at our Spring Sales would represent quite as large a turnover in numbers as a da...

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PINK BOLL-WORM. IN QUEENSLAND COTTON. "THE SECOND WORST PEST." [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

PINK BOLL-WORM. IN QUEENSLAND COTTON. 'THE SECOND WORST PEST.' The dreaded cotton pink boll-worm has been discovered definitely in cer tain cotton areas in Queensland. This announcement, which was made by the Acting-Premier and Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Gillies), has crea ted consternation in oiticial and cotton industry circles. It has been proved to exist over a t airly wide area in the Queensland cotton districts, and urgent and drastic steps are contemplated for its era dication. '1 liese include the destruction of standover cotton, especially throughout the coastal area and particularly be tween the Maryborough and Mackay latitudes, and probably the full en forcement of the Anti-Katoon Law. '1 lie pink boll-worm is regarded as the second worst pest of the industry, and so great is the menace that -Mr. Gillies at once summoned a Cabinet meeting. This was held, but no decision was announced. Mr. Gillies said that the pink boll worm, though not quite so destructive as the boll...

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

DE MERIC'S 'Dockyard' Brand Elastic Carbon Black Enamel FOR PRESERVING YOUR WATER TANKS AND TROUGHING, AND ALL IRONWORK, Order now from your Storekeeper, or direct Jrom— DE MERIC, LTD.;. SYDNEY. ' Stock Salt 4srriT LET US QUOTE YOU McOleMoc!^ Co© = - Allbuairy HEHDERS@M'8 whips ~ ARE THE BEST They Look better, Fall better, Wear better. T. HENDERSON AND SONS, WHIPMAKERS, 313 George Street, Sydney. SKINS, riilES, TUL8V, Etc. SALES HELD AT REGULAR INTERVALS ffOS [HI Boniest Vaiwes Prompt Liberal Advances if i?©quir©cl BE1ID TO . MLGETY St COMPANY, LTD., Sifdrae]/ DALGETY'B WEEKLY REVIEW CONTAINING LATKST MA UK EX Ulil'OKTQ POSTED b'BBO ON APPLICATION.' CURES EFFECTED BY^THE POWER IN HIS HANDS, JAMES LYONS. Mr. Lyons will begin the next course of his wonderful treatment on April 30th. At Feneley's Metropolitan Hotel, Maitland.

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TICK CONTROL. ELECTION OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

TICK CONTROL. ELECTION OF REPRESENTA TIVES. The election of a representative fori the Casino Division 011 the Board of Tick Control was held 011 Tuesday last, the result being as follows: — R. E. ALCORN, 275. W. R. LAYTON, 69. Informal, 12. 1052 ballot-papers were issued, but only 3.3G stockowners availed themselves of the opportunity of voting for a re presentative. The Returning Officer, Mr. Sydney Smith, Junr., is, therefore, declaring Messrs. W. Campbell, Tweed-Lisniore Division, and R. E. Alcorn, Casino Division, elected as two of the stock owners' representatives 011 the Board of Tick Control, under Section 5, Sub section 2 of the Stock Diseases Act, 1023, to hold office for a period of three years.

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There is a Meat Industry Genius with Us [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

There is a Meat Industry Genius with U=- Ob O far oatiy one man baa come out Into the open to oppose tlie Australian fyfr ? Meat Council. Whether be la cutting an heroic or GilberUuu figure is a matter of opinion. ' You are aware, of course, that all the producers' associations are sup porting the Meat Council. The meat exporters, through tlielr associations, are supporting it. In other words, all the recognised meat authorities are for it. Hearing that only one man is waging war against the new organisation you probably would imagine that his knowledge of the industry is all embracing. You would probably expect him to be a rnau who Uuows the stockowners' side from wide experience. You would also expect him to be familiar with the marketing conditions overseas. Knowing the intricacies of the industry, you would expect to hear that he is a man who has made a life-loug study of the business iu its many phases, and has made a name for himself that is known to meet traders throughout th...

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HORSE TALK THE FUTURE OF THE HORSE DEMAND BEATING SUPPLY Farm Horses Indispensable [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

[?] (By 'Morrlgang.') , THE FUTURE OF THE HORSE . ? ? ? * — : ? DEMAND BEATINQ SUPPLY \ Farm Morses Indispensable ' There is no doubt that the motor ear has become immensely popular ; and it is wonderiu! how many people, sup posed to be living on comparatively small incomes, are able to own a car, which they appear to use only in their leisure time. Motor lorries, or waggons, too, are# extensively used; and tne carrier to-' day mostly has one or two of these horseless vehicles to take the place pf the old-time horse teams. More over, motor lorries have entered into competition with tho railways in the carrying business, and are successful rivals, of the Commissioners. But railway freights are so high, of course, that it is not to bo wondered at that the motor-lorry business is such a suc cess. it is a remarkablo fact, however, that tho big business firms of the United States readily proclaim the superiority of horse teams in carrying goods over short distances. They as sert that the...

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Meat Export Bounty QUESTION OF RENEWAL Concrete Proposals To Be Presented [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

Meal Export Boinyty' QUESTION OF RENEWAL Concrete Proposals To Be Presented The Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) announced to a deputation, which waited on him in Sydney on Friday last, that the Federal Government could not see its way to renew that export bounty 011 beef exported until the meat industry improved its organisa tion. Mr. A. G. Manning, M.P. (Vioe Chairman of the Australian Meat Council), in introducing the deputation (whicli consisted of Messrs. R. H. Edkins, R. C. Phiip, and E. F. Sun ners (Q'ld), L. McGie (W.A.), J. \Y. Duraek, G. J. Edwards (N.T.), 11. P. Allen (Melbourne), J. McGalliard (Vic.), and W. Kernaghan (Secretary to the Meat Council), said that they were very sorry indeed to have to ask for a renewal of the export bounty. TIip position of the industry was certainly more hopeful than it was a year ago, and some suggested that the corner had been turned, but meat products wer© still being; marketed below the cost of production, and for that reason the industry wa...

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So that Federal "Crisis" has not arrived [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 15 April 1924

So, that Federal ' Crisis ' has not arrived NOTWITHSTANDING pessimistic prophecies, the Federal Government has survived the Bendigo storm. Many of the newspapers forecasted tha t the Bendigo storm, raised by the Victorian Farmers' Conference, would destroy the Federal Composite Ministry. Fortunately so far their forecasts have proved to be ill-founded. It is advisable to keep in mind that many of the newspapers are always looking for political crises. There is good copy in a political crisis, and, if there isn't one on hand, apparently some of our sensation-loving city papers can be depended upon to manufacture them. Politically, many of the news papers are about as reliable as Annanias. As far as the unprejudiced outsider can see, the Federal Composite Ministry continues to work well. There are many good reasons why - it should. . The indications are that it will continue to do so during the life of the present Parliament. Before the next Elections, some arrangement between the Cou...

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