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SECOND-RATE JUVENILES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

SECOND-RATE JUVENILES. The Easter Stakes, to bo decided on Cup Day, is really a race for to co nd class or unfortunate 3-year-olds — maybe for the latecomers just striking form. It is a race for youngsters who .have not won a race with set weights to the value of £1000. i While this eligibility provision keeps Heroic and Arendal out the Vic torians have brilliant babies in Susie Pye and Metellns, who look like hold ing the local youngsters well in hand.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN STATION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

WESTERN STATION SALE. MORATK BBX3S., Sydney, in conjunction with Messrs. Woodlock aud Co., of Nyngan, report having sold, account 1'. A. Thom son, flsq., the well-known 'Melrose Plains' Station, west of Tullamore, comprising 55^62 acres freehold, C.L. and I.L., the purchaser being P. Ward, Esq.—*

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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AT THE TAMWORTH SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

AT THE TAMWORTH SHOW. A district correspondent sends us this ; — 'At the recent Tamworth show Messrs. Wiseman and Head practically swept the pool in the Durham class of cattle. Thev secured no less than ll prizes and 2 champions for this class of cattle alone. One generally expects to bump up against something pretty solid when they compete against a 'Wiseman with a Wise Head.' The cattle' were grass-fed and reflected much credit upon those who bred them, also of the Attunga district.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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TRUCKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

TRUCKINGS The following were the numbers of trucks ordered from the Rail way Department up to 4.30 p.m. on Thursday (17/4/'24), for the undermentioned sale days at Homebush: — April. Sheep. Cattle. 24 . . 330 . . 310 28 .. 53 .. 171 May. 1 .. 66 .. 121 S 2 38 8 6 21 12 .. 6 .. 6

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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

CATTLE. About 3860 yarded. Quality fair. Market dearer generally for good bul locks and slightly firmer for other de scriptions, but closing sales weaker for all descriptions. There wcro 3878 cattle listed for sate and about 3860, including about 47.0 from Queensland, -were yarded. These included all descriptions of veal and beef, from calves at, 21s and old dairy cows at 42s, to prim© bullooks at £16 odd, and primo cpws to about £11. The general quality was only fair, but showed a noticeable improvement on Monday's yarding. The proportion of rough to poor' cattle was smaller, and although medium quality sorts again made tip a large proportion of the sup ply, thero was a better showing of good useful trade quality bullocks, steers, cows and heifers, and good to prime medium-weight to heavy cattlo were easier to locate. Thero was a good attendance of buy ers, who operated freely for good to prime cattlo at about 10s to 15s ad vance during the early sales and hard ening to about 20s. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

I - — ? ? AGENTS THAT ? SELL STOCK & [PROPERTY IN .THE COUNTRY BARMEDMAW. p. h. sfceaban. BLAYNEY. H. R. M. PiEOtt. BOURKE. H. -M. Waro. CONDOBOLIN. H. C. Msuldar. Gus. Brown & Co. d. ft. Scatt -& Co. COOLAH. ©oulJy & Co. COOMA. H. T. M,. Rosa. COONAMBX.B. ?7 Oc-Ids&rousft, Mort a Co., Ltd. COWRA. C. K. R03 & G . ' COOTAMUNDRA, 0. 3* Bead. ? Gtcrco Thompson a Co. GOULBURN. / W. H. Whcatloy. H. L. Broadhead 3ILGANDRA. GSmotio Bros. 3L0UCESTER. (tiatthovjcon & Co. Lato Beauoamp & Co. Oougla3 VJaddell & Co. ' GUNDAGA1. W; E. Kyla & CO. E. A. Tout ?&, CO. Ohsphord & Dalo. gunmng. 0. E. Ardill. GUYRA. ft. A. Grown & Co. HAY. VJHUlnson & Lauenefrr, Ltd. h?llston. 1 Rankcn & Kneshtn. kjsmpsey. CStjf, Mitchell & Eaoton, Ltd. MfAITLAND (West). 1 E. Vi. 'Sparita. 0. K. Young. j j. Enrig&t. damss KirUwcod. r. A. EUiln and Son. ? . — _ — _| MOREE. . -j F. &...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKET Report and Record of Sales. THURSDAY APRIL 17, 1924. An Invaluable Reference for Stockowners. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

MOMPRI KPf FA-T' - 1 Iv/iVliLiO U eJJL i ' A Jpk J1 T Market Report 'and Record Sales. | ' THURSDAY . SHEEP. About 25,200 forward. Quality good. jMarkot without quotable change lor pl'iiuo wethers, but cheuper ior others, with tho decline most pronoun ced on owes and lambs. About25,2G0 sheep were .forward out of a listing of 26,20/ from 172 owners. Tho offering was much about on a par with the average of late, and the gene ral quality waa fairly good. All descrip tions of merinos and crossbreds were in evidence, also odd pens of comebacks. Lambs wore more in evidence, com paratively, than during the last three or four weeks. The major portion oil tho supply ranged from fair to good useful trade quality mutton. Medium to plain sheep were well , in evidence, but as there was also a fair showing of good to prime and really poor sorts only made up a small proportion oi the supply, the general quality of the offering was again satisfactory for UJ. «MW pVfijCCit The usual buyers were in a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

SALT « 401- per Ton At above special, price, for cash, exceptionally 'good line SH^b^ and CATTLE SALT,' in 10 or lg-ton truck _ loads, bagged, on rails, Victorian country loading station. Also H LGH-CRADE WHITE SALT, suitable for Butchers, Bakers, etc., at 45 /- per ton. Samples and par ticulars as to freight rates, etc., on application to — 'SALT,' Box 42, Stock Exchange, Melbourne. (When answering, mention this paper.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

— ? ? r ? ? 7 . * g Tk EMM1 Built by Hudson iife fWs®is Patents w i . i The ESSEX-SIX possesses the fine perform ance which made the ESSEX-FOUR famous the world over, and in addition is more silent, more flexible, and more economical. Its /jnrararp & appearance also is improved, and! at its price ' of £385, it represents unsurpassed value. Ensure earliest possible delivery by booking your order now! A. Thirty Minute Ride will Win You. DALGETY & COMPANY, LTD. 136 Phillip Street , SYDNEY J. ? ? ? ? ? ^ ? ? ? ' ? — I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ROHU REPAIRS GUNS. A WONDEEFTJL 22 OAL. BIFLE. The Savage 1922 Model, 22 cal. ' magazine rifle, 24in. barrels, specimen target, 9 shots out ot 10 in a 5in bull at 200 yards. Special Price: £5 5s post free. Unrlln, 22 cal. repeaters, lever action. £7 5s. Marlin, 22 cal. repeaters, slide notion. £6 10s. A NEW WONDERFUL HIGH VELOCITY SHOT GUN SUPER X CARTRIDGE Will kill tho8o wise old duoka that Joy ride outside the rang® of th© other cart ridges. Will kill foxes at 70 yairdfl. Price i 12-gaugo. Sin., 35s ps-r 100: -8/9 por box; 2%in.» 32a 6d per 100, 8a 3d per box; 20 and 10 gauge, 30a per 100, 7a 6d per box.' Write for Latest Price List and /? Pamphlet. SIL FtOriU (lato A.I.F.), Suocassor to W. Graham & Sons, importer off High Grado Firoarms, 110s. Bathurst Street, Sydney.

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SHEARING RATES. £3 A HUNDRED. CLAIMS IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

SHEARING RATES. £3 A HUNDRED. CLAIMS IN QUEENSLAND. Higher rates for shearing shed hands, wool pressors, wool scourers, cooks and station hands are included in a new claim filed in the Queensland Arbitration Court by the A.W._U. The rates claimed are as follow: — Shearing (minimum rates) : It rations not found, flock sheep (wethers, ewes, lambs), £3 per hundred; for rams over six months old (other than special stud rams) and for ram* stags, £6 per hun dred : for stud ewes and their lambs, £3 10s per hundred, double ileece sheep to be paid for at double the above rates, respectively.' If rations found tho abovementionecl rates, less 30s per week. _ For special studs as specially agreed, but so that, if the engagement be per 'day, the rate shall not be less rations and shearing requisites found. The crutching rate to bo paid in addition to the shearing rate tor all daggy or fly-blown sheep. ? Crutching rates (without rations) : For crutching betweon the legs, only 12s per 100; for all...

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THE AWARDS DAIRY CATTLE CHAMPIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

?THE' - -AWARDS dairy cattle champions. The followine were tho Dairy Cattlo Cham, pions awarded. (The Beef Cattle Champions wore published in lost Tuesday's ''Jour- nal') : — Champion Milking Shorthorn Bull : Scot. .Aust. Invest. Co.'s (Ltd.) Limelight of Dar balara. Bos. Oh. M.8. Bull: J. James and Son's Premier of Kurrawong. Ch. M.S. Cow: Scot. Aust. Invest. Co/8 (ktd.) Melba 11th of Darbalara. Eos. Ch. M.S. Oow: Dept. Agric. N.S.W.'s Pigeon of Berry. Ch. Illawarra M.S. Bull : Alexandor Bros.' Charmer of Fairflold. Bes. Ch. I.M.S. Bull: C. B. Chittick's Dan of Greyleigh. Ch. I.M.S. Cow: J. E. Biohardson's May flower 4th of Hillview. Bos. Ch. I.M.S. Cow: G. Grey's Judy 5th of Greyleigh. Ayrshire Ball: J. E. Clark's Pirate of Willow vale. Bes. Ch. Ayrshire Bull: A. J. Taylor's Aviator of Gloneira. Cli. Ayrshire Cow: F. S. Morton's Midgo of Lynburn. x ? Bea. Ch. Ayrshire Cow: J. E. Clark's Clara of Burnaide. Cli. Jorsoy Bull: Brown Bros.' Drown Bes. Ch. Jersoy Bull: Dept. Auric. N.S....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

' A Highly C oncentrated Preparation of j ARSENIC (IN POWDER FORM) Which * can bo readily dissolved In cold water, thereforo no Caustic or other Soda Compounds aro required, and the Great inconvenience of boiling -IS avoided! ? ? 'ARZEEN' can be used for anything and everything about tho Station, Farm or Estate, for which Arsenic ltaelf Is generally used. * The strengths at which It Is advloed that 'ARZEEN' should bo used for Its different purpoBbs are: — , y, 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 .76 per cent, solution. Take 1 lb. Arzeen to 10 gals, cold water for a .GO solution, FOR SHEEP DIPPING. — To make what Is sometimes called tho Boiled Straight Arsenic Dip, dlssolvo 2»4 lbs, of Arzeen In every 100 galls, of | cold water. FOR CATTLE DIPPING.— For making Cattlo Dip of Official Strength, (0.20 per cent.) add 2 % lbs. Arzeen to every 100 gallons of cold water. FOR FOOT ROT IN SHEEP, D...

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HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). Tear, 1923 ? 3,013.878 Year, 1922 ? 3,602.184 March ? 178,340 February ? ? ? 152,442 January, 1924 ? ? 220,477 August, 1925 ? 1 ? 105,340; September ? ? 179.053 October ? 288,830 November .; ? 4 ? 233,898 December ? ? ? 239,735 Last Monday ? 17.476 Last Thursday ? 21,758 IWay, (drawn for) ? 26,297 CATTLE. Tear, 1923 ? ? ? 329,841 Tear, 1922 ? 303,329 March -1 ? ? 28.447 February ? 24,342 January, 1924 ? 30,510 -i-UEUBt, 1923 ? 27,002 September ? 21,737 October ? 23,816 November ? ? 28.694 December ? 22.663 Last Monday ? ? ? 3,961 Last Thursday ? ? 4.259 To-day (drawn for) ? 3,878

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PRINCIPAL CATTLE AVERAGES [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

PRINCIPAL CATTLE AVERAGES 'A. A. Co., 27 bullocks . : 16 0 9 H. Newman, 18 blks. . . 13 0 0 Exors. J. Simson, 6 bullocks 12 7 0 A. Stevenson and Sons, 8 b. 12 3 0 Long & Tindal, 19 bullocks 12 0 9 M. \V. Gale, 9 blks. . . 11 16 C Long and Tindal, 20 blks. . . 11 15 6 Woodhouse Bros, 40 blks 11 15 -5 J. L. Cordnor, 17 bullocks 11 11 0 J. Thomas, 10 blks. . . 11 2 0 J. McGowan, 10 blks. ..11 0 0 J. W. Fletcher, 73 bullocks 10 17 9 H. B. Blyth, 7 bullocks . . 10 17 0 Jos. Jeffery, 5 blks. ..10 9 0 R. D. Prentice, 30 blks. ..10 8' 3 Urisino Stn., 69 bullocks ..10 7 6 M. Donnelly, 8 blks. ..10 6 1 J. Thomas. 21 blks. . . 10 6 0 E. Corry, 10 bullocks . . 10 ^3 3 R. 1']. Simpson, 16 blks. ..10 2 0 Ed. Smith, 13 bullocks ..10 1 8 W. Moredith, 10 bullocks . . 10 0 9 W. A. Knaggs, 6 bullocks . . 9 19 0 Scottish Aust. Invest. Co., 116 bullocks . . 9 17 7 R. It. Dangar, 22 bullocks . . 9 13 4 W. R. Munro, $3' bullocks 9 11 0 G. Manser, 9 blks. . . 9 10 0 D. Cameron, 22 blks, . . 9 9 6 —...

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BUSHMAN'S GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

BUSHMAN'S GRIT. An Instance ot the hardiness of the Australian bushman was given last week, when David Clarke, a Perthton district resident, employed at the Coranba sawmills, had his hand sev ered by the circular saw. Despite his intense suffering. Clarke's request to be allowed to ride on the front- seat o£ tlie ambulance which took liim to the Dalby Hospital was granted. He continued to ex change jokes with the ambulance men till he was placed in the hands of the doctor. ,

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SOME OF THE SALES SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

SOME OF THE SALES stfEEP. Pen of ewes, crossbred, prime and heavy, skin to about 14/-; about 60 lbs. jj mutton, 24/10; price 38/10, 3 Pen crossbred lambs, 5 months, nice even lot, about 37 lbs., prime, ekln -to - 10/6; price 35/8. J Pen wethers, hot very fat, but useful trade mutton, about 44 lbs., real , 3 good akin,, but showlnn burr (say 17/-), price 39/5. ' s Pen comeback watherg, about 60 lbs., fair skin (14/-), price 41/2. § Pen lambs, very choice, about 6 months, about 38 lbs., skin to 8/6; price 5 40/5, - | Pen owes, broken-mouthed and gummles, fair stores, rough skin, 17/4. i Pen crossbred Jioggets, Romney cross, skin bit burry, prime, about 50 ' lbs., skin to 15/-; price 42/1. 3 Another pen ditto., similar, but bit lighter (about 45 lbs.), skin to 14/-; - § price- 38/10. 2 Pen ewes, good trade mutton, full-mouthed, nice even line, about 45 lbs., 5 skin to 12/-; price 31/10. j Pen crossbred hoggets, extra prime, about 48 lbs., skin to 12/6; price 39V-. » Pen Merino wethers,...

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Some Probable Riders. DONCASTER HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Some Probable Riders. DONCASTER HANDICAP. Claro (P. Brown) ; Easingwold (G. Harrison) ; Whittier (F. Dempsey) ; Otacro (J. Munro) ; Demetrius , (J. Pike) ; The Monk (H. Cairns) ; Bellam bi (A. Davis) ; Blackadder (J. Brown) ; Mont Clair (M. Sullivan) ; Perspective (H. Jones); Valdoona (J. Harris); Tho Wild Goose (A. Orrell) ; Trimacre (J. Toohoy) ; All Sunshine (A. Wilson) ; Imputation (E. O'Sullivan) ; Prince Woorak (C. Marsden) Royal Dighton (A. Garrard) ; Jimmio B. (H. Basttan). SYDNEY CUP. David (P. Brown) ; The Rovor (H. Jones) ; Backwood (H. Cairna) ; Accarak (F. Dempsey) ; Kingslot (R. Marsden) ; Our Prince (G. Harrison) ; Brown Rajah (J. Tooney) ; Francos Tressady (J. Muhro) ; Balaton (A. Orrell) ; Jackstaff (E. O'Sullivan) ; King of the Forest (S. Cracknell) ; ' Drongo (R, Lewis): S'andringham (C. Neally) ; Stand By (A. Wilson); Comp troller (M. Sullivan) ; Stony (W. Dun can): Mirthmaker (J. BroWE).; High lander (A. Davis).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

COMBSNEP ACCOUMT TASATSOH Q-IIIUE &/-& POST IFEUHJK EXCHANCE MUST BE ADDED TO CHEQUES. This book has been so arranged that those who have no knowledge of book-keeping will be able to keep a record of their transactions in such a Way that the preparation of the Incom e Tax Return at the end of the year should present no difficulties. L^Etwh 'page ^headed Accordance with the headings found on tho Income Tax Return, such as 'Sheep Purchased,' 'Wages,' 'Rates and 2 Underneath each heading are printed instructions which should be borne in mind when making tbe entry.* 3. An index is attached of practically every item of expense incurred by or income received by the man on tne land, sucn as:— (A) Alterations to Buildings. t (B) Contd. Bluestone. Accountants' Fees. Arsenic. Benzine. ^ S .'Additions to Buildings. (B) Binder Twina. Brand ng. Agistment .Bank Fees. Blacksmith. Bullocks, etc. (over 1/0 items in^ all.) Opposite each item is the number of the page on which the entr...

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SYDNEY'S GREAT SHOW (Continued from page 8.) Badgery Bros., Ltd. (Contd). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

SYDNEY'S' GREAT SHOW (Continued from page 8.) Badgery Bros., Ltd. (Contd). Heckla of Wollingurry, Mr. J. H. Holland (Bellinror Biver), 40gns. AJo Hr. B. C. Dixoon, 100 The Strand, Sydney. Bmlr of Elwatan, siro Gold Ifine of Nowra —Saba of Elwatan, Mr. W. Gushington (Glou_ ooster), 9gns. Afc Mr. G. A. Denning, Tellaraga, Eyde. Notoriety of Tellaraga, sire Werribeo Fancy's lladiora'B King— Miss Noraloda of TeUaraga, Mr. B. J. Bobards (Nevertire), 24 gu, A/o Mr. James Hicks, Wistaria, Twin-road, North Eydo. Sir Jook of Wistaria, sire Fancy's King ot Yaralla—Gwennle 2nd of Wistaria, Mr. A. V. McKay (Kompsey), 26gns. A/o .Mr* .3' Hicks, Bonnie Doori, North .*» ''''Bisdfe.- ? '- ' Booale Dooa Premier, siro Golden Lad of Brides to we — Bonnie Doon Ellie, Mr. S. Bo If® (Bombala), lQgns. ; Bonnie Doon Tng- sire Bonnie Doon Prince — Cheerful 5th of Yaralla, Mr. T. J. Abbott (Gloucoator), 10 igni. HESJEOBD HEIFBBfl. A/c Messrs. Fen/vrick Bros., Myall Crock, Singleton. Myall Moss Eose, calved O...

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