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

Please tell the Advertiser that you saw it in the 'Stock and Station Journal.'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVALS BY RAIL [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ARRIVALS BY RAIL. The following Is a summary ot tho ar rivals of wool by rail during the season from tho North. South and West: — Week. North. South. West. Total 1922-23 ended. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales, July 5 1 64) 70 04 218 617 July 121 117) 87 83 287 608 July 19| 233| 133 213 | 579 1,549 July 2G| 7131 163 372 1,248 2,340 Aug 2 I 1,282 1 179 990 2,451 2,393 Aug. 9 1,617 1 246 1,938 3,801 4,417. Aug. 16 4,2161 362 4.293 8.871 11.794 Aug. 23 5,994| 701 7,683 14,378 14,176 Aug. 30 9,070 3,385 10,0031 22,464 18.219 Sept. 6 8,367 3,6881 10,843 22,798 23, 484 Sept. 13 6,650 4,301 10,808 20,759 23,607 Sept. 20 11,040 5, 4511 IB, 126 31,617 28,253 S6pt. 27 12,187 8,9U8| 15,788 36,973 33,625 Oct. 4 14,477 8,8761 20,941 44,294 41,'?08 Oct. 11 14.829 12.659 21.353 48.841 45.776 Oct. 18 14,438[ 9,409 21,385 45,232 63,868 Oct. 25 11,460 15,374 18,772 45,606 62,890 Nov. 1 11,630 16,850 13,360 41,8401 '49,132 Nov. 8. 9,296 12,699 10,279 32,274 47,137 Nov. 15 12,496 15,497 10,597 38,590 ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Send .FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, PIG^ and CALVES TO 'AUSTRALIAN MEECMfflLE' Australian Mercantile Land $b Finance ۩., Ltd. Offices: Telegrams: 4 Bligh Street, Sydney. 'Australian Mercantile,' Sydney.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Blow Fly ' r ? . Spraying Taafa j ? i' '! -9 / ! A / HOW X&ABS « Tank is made of 1 . B. da I iL -y/ 1=1 heavy 24-G. Gal. Corr. Iroifi. Ends p aro made of 20-G. joints, are all ? each double riveted - Drat, and Eoldared hy s . . epoclal process afterwards. ® . CompSoio with 1 Hoso. Piutid. The Tank is oecurely fitted into | i a thoroughly seasoned Hardwopd fe 0(0. Frame, securely bolted together. .. Tfl0 *, timber In top part of Xramo Is 8tai X i 2in- Undercarriage Ih 3In*. * This frame prevents the tank frem i rolling about, as It slta aiJU&Pfcly oti s -A its wooden bearers and cannot movo. -i Nor does anjr part of the tank corn® - ;j glftf uV^rfed. h tho vehicle In which | „ Eolnjj go handy to handle, thfesa f ?arr=c SIMKIN TANKS call bo used Sat 3 ^ many different purposes, i.e.. Booh 5 sgSggi Fires, Sheep spraying, Spraying PniSt Trees, Watering Plantations, Dlsin- \ ~ , — fcCHn£ Hutu, etc., aad various slml- 8 i&r jodb. ? P. W. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., 41 ...

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

You have probably seen in your experience tho havoo THE D1SHOMESY EXECUTOR has xaaiJa in otliet - Men 6 Estates. Wo often seo it for we ore frequently called in when the trouble is done to gather up tfes remains, it js itupossibld for this embarassnwnfc to anso with / f| THE UNION TRUSTEE CO. ono of the oldest established and 'largest Truatoe Companies in Australia* , Note namo, and address is: No. 15 O'CONNELt. STREET, SYDNEY, and at Molbourng and Bria&ans, Directors i -Hon . James Ashton, M.L.C. (Chairman), W. H. Mackay, Hon. Sir Henry Braddon, K.B.E.M.L.0. James Kidd, R, M. Pitt Manager; A. E. 'Nor&aft, F.F.I. A., A.C.J.S. (Eng.) Write or call for FREE BOOKLETS on any matter relating to your 'Will eud EStaS® ' ^

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Record Prices GREASY 46 1/4d; SCOURED 6ld. 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Sydney Record Prices ? ? GREASY 46%d; SCOURED 61d. 1023-24 SEASON. Tho following statoment prepared by tlio Sydney Wool Selling Brokers shows the record prices obtained in the Syd ney market ' during the 1023-24 season, together with those of the previous sea eon, and for purposes of Comparison, t'no records obtained during tho year im mediately preceding tho War. GKKAST. ? 1P23-24. 1922-23. 1913-14. ? d. ? dji ? d. Fleece, merino j 46%| 38% lf- Necks .. ..( 30% 80% 13% Broken „ ..) 38%) 31% 13 Pieces „ . .| 37 V4J 29% 13 Lambs „ ..| 37 f 27 | 14% Bellies „ -I 33% 26% I 11% Black „ ,.| 27 17% 11 Locks „ . . 22% 14% 8 Dead „ ..| 33 23% 10% Fleece, xbred | 36 34% ? 14% Lambs, xbred 30 20 13% Fleece, cbk [ 39% 35 16 SCOURED Fleece, Merlnp — Combing ? I 59%l 55% 26% Clothing ? 51% 43 26% Pieces ? [ 54% 40 23%- Nocks ? | — I — 22 Lambs ? | 49 34% 20% Bellies ? | 51% I 34% 22% Locks ? | -12 | 33% 18V- Dead ? | 42 I 36% 17% Skin ? | G1 | 54 24% Crossbred ? 1 52 | 37 %| 20%

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1923-24 REASON [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. *1023-24 REASON ? Tho following detailed statemont, prepared by tlio Sydney Wool Soiling uroliors, chows tho business dono at auction -and privately during tho 1923-24 season, With a compuuson of -tho business dono during tho corresponding ? period of tho provious season. — ~~ I Cata- | Hale^; ' ~ j rT~ ' . losrwcd. i— ? ? ? it Total I - , '« ( At | Privatc-|Privato- 1 Sales, j tJolUnu Brokers. I j Anotion. .1 ly ex 1 ly au- | I 1922-23. I. i |praviotiD| cata- j | eoa j ! I oata- I loguod. | I son ? ' ? I llogtiea. | ? | | ? ? ? ?, ? I Bales. I Balsa. I Baloa. I Bales. I Balea. 1 Bales. A.M.L. & F. Co., Ltd. 88997 73993 13064 5858 92915- 107356 Co-op W. & P. Co., Ltd. 54717 50011 3998 10 54019 65364 Country P. S. Co., Ltd. 31065 27496 2808 10 30314 33120 Dalgety & Co., Ltd. 61357 50729 4089 38 60856 71715 P. & G. Co-op. Co., Ltd. 66521 56520 8635 12 65167 75361 Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. 70374 63690 4716 10238 786-14 1 103574 N...

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

Pisaso ten tho Advertise? that you sa « it ia t ka 'Steak and Station Journal.'

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

PINUS INSIGNUS. Apparently New Zealand is waiting up to the value of pinus insignus on poor land, if we may judge from the following advertisement which appear ed in one of the Sydney dailies re cently : — 'Wanted to sell, pinus insignus, in any quantity, out to any size. For further particulars, apply, Wakauui Road, Ashburton, New Zealand.' The person who can advertise in that way must have a big quantity of big timber, and to advertise in the columns of a Sydney newspaper, shows that he ia looking for a good market. ? If he can beat the American pine here, bo much the better for New Zealand; but what are we doing here about it? Our cypress pine is a rapidly diminishing quantity, and sells only a hundred super less than the imported oregon Eine, and this again is about 103 a undred super dearer than ©or- hard wood. Our Forestry Department is planting pine, but it will be only a drop in the bucket. I have seen a few houses built in the suburbs, of which the frame was local pinna ins...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The MOTOR IN THE COUNTRY ENLIGHTENMENT ON IMPORTANT POINTS. WHY IS IT A GOOD PLAN TO ADD DISTILLED WATER TO THE STORAGE BATTERY EVERY WEEK? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

[?] =™.i?y ' MOTOR MAN'* ENLIGHTENMENT ON IMPORTANT POINTS WHY IS IT A GOOD PLAN TO ADD DISTILLED WATER TO THE STORAGE BATTERY EVERY WEEK? YOC will appreciate information on ? this point if your battery takes but littlo water under ordinary cir cumstances. Nine times out of ten you can let your battery go for two weeks or a month without addinc water and no harm will result ; hut the tenth time you ignore it for more than a weelf you may find it half-dry when you examine it? Why? Well', the electrolyte ,in a battery is dilute sulphurio- acid, which, being largely coinposed of water, evaporate almost as readily as water. During tho cool weather the evapor ation may amount to very little, where as it may_ be quite rapid in midsum mer. Continuous running of the motor 'after th$ battery is fully charged heats the electrolyte, and thus eviiporatcs the water. On a hot day fast driving with a fully charged battery produces maxi mum evaporation. Under these cir cumstances the battery may lo...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

GoHsferongK Mort & Company, Lftd j ? ? 1 ? ? ? 1 ' ' '' T 1 'in-ujuimm 1 _ 1 ? ? ? ? ? — — imm— 8 Having actptired .the Business 'of HARRISON, JONES & DEVLIN IT n NOW SELL FAT STOCK AT FLEMINGTON. Splendid paddock accom-' ' modation, and all consignments handled by qualified experts. j CONSIGNMENTS .SOLICITED. 1 Telegraph Address GOLDSBROUGH, MORT, SYDNEY

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

[?] (Conducted by ROBERT KALESK3) Correspondence is invited. All questions on agriculture will be answered in these coivmns'. Addrets: Mr. Robert Kaleski, kt*. 'Stock and Station Journal,' 17 Castlereagh-st, Sydney ^ DOMESTIC HELP IN THE BUSH . THE need for domestic help in tho bush is getting greater every day as tho call of tho city grows more in sistent to tho young people of the land; and tho problem is, how to satisfy it. It is impossible at present to provide attractions in the bush equal to those of tho city, and yet the need is there all the time. Our lion-hearted women of the bush do wonders under the most difficult con ditions ; but they can't keep pn for ever ; and 'tho modern strain is reach ing out from the towns, and affecting tliem also. What is the solution of the trouble? MY OWN EXPERIENCE. Although an unconfined bachelor, I can write from painful experience on this subjcct. Up to the last three years, an old aunt of mine kept house for me, and I have also batched f...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Europe WINNING THROUGH. AS ARMOUR SEES IT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Europe ? SH ? WINNING THROUGH. AS ARMOUR SEES IT. Europe has passed the crisis and is on the way back to economic stability, J. Ogden . Armour (the big American meat packer) declared recently upon arriving from the Continent aboard tho Maureania. Mr. Armour has been abroad on a pleasure tour of four months in France and England. Ironing out the differences between France and England, a splendid agri cultural outlook, hope fpr settlement of the Ruhr question and steady im provement in employment conditions - are oited by Mr. Armour as some of the factors which are working out Europe's return to prosperity. 'I saw notning to convince me Europe is on the road to ruin,' Mr. Armoilr stated. 'On the other hand, I saw well cultivated fields and indus trious, prosperous people.' True, it is reported tiiat there is suffering in Ger many. Doubtless there is. I did not visit Germany, but I know that condi tions will improve greatly with settle ment of the Ruhr question and that settlement is n...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALKING IN THE SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

WALKING IN THE SLEEP. DEAR 'PLANETS,'— I have had terrible nightmares late ly. One nighf I thought something was chasing me and I couldn't get away from it. I got out of bed and ran through the hall as hard as I couJd and out into the yard* ' Then I went racing around the yard like mad, and 1 fell over a tin dish and hit my head on the ground. I soon woke then. I did not start any more of those jokes for a few nights after. Another night I got up and went in to play the piano, and when I got to the piano I bumped the music stool and! knocked it over. It fell with a terrible crash andi woke everybody in the house up. I ran back to bed so that they would not know it was me. One day my sister ironed her dress ready to go to town next day. I got up d/uring the night and got the dress which she so carefully ironed and put on a chair, and rolled it up and put it in a corner. Next morning she searched everywhere for it and had to iron it all over again. With best wishes to the League and L...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

LEAGUERS' ADDRESSES WANTED. 'JUST A GIRL,' 'ALICE, WHERE ART THOU,' 'K.URRAJONG.' Please send address!

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

WILD PIG HUNTING. ^ Dear 'Planets,' — Do you Hke listen ing to other people's mad hair-breath adventures? Shall I tell you of mine and trust you may enjoy thempi A couple of days ago a pal and I went j wild pig hunting. Wo were ud at break or day, and, with horses saddled, lunches in our saddle-bags and rifles , lying across the pommel of our saddles, were soon canfering over the wide, green flats. We rode all day, through thick, tangle scrub, where at times no sky could bo seen o'er head, for a thick, 1, dark roof was formed by the tops of ,f the t.rwa. TToivx oil -mon -vr ? , ? ? * y rr^a iroawji ui, now. ana then the quietness being broken by the sweet fluto-liko notes of tho beli-~ bird or the drone of a bee. Down steep gullies and over rough herbage country we rode, visiting every mellon hole, dam and lagoon on the place, but not a single pig did we find. So we decided to give 'Hie hunt best. It was sundown, and we were water ing our horses at the river. Very sleepy the old riv...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENTS WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

CORRESPONDENTS WANTED. DEAR PLANETS,— May I become a member of the League? For a long time I have read) wifli growing interest the League let ters upon the Page, and have made up my mind to join youridiappy UE$d-,at last. ? ?-.* Of all the pen names I have thought, I have finally decided upon 'Tanao.' I am eleven years of age and am fond of all sports, such as dancing, tennis, and riding. I have my own pony and dp a great deal of riding. 'Echo'' and I were out riding this afternoon, and had bonza sport, galloping after 6tock. The grass is beautiful here, and all the horses and cattle are fat. The creeks and rivers, too, are flowing with water. I wonder would 'Jazz,' 'Diana of Dreams,' 'Sticky Beak,' or 'Queen Bess' care to write to me. If so I would1 gladly answer their letters. ; There is a concert in town to-morrow j night, and 'Fairy Floss, 'Echo,' and ( I will be going. ; Wishing the League every success, : Yours, etc., 'TANGO.'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Graziers' Federal Council Annual Conventions PROPOSED WOOL LEVY [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Graziers9 Federal Council r * Annua! Conventions PROPOSED WOOL LEVY The 36tli Convention of the Graziers' Federal Council of Australia was held at Melbourne last week when all the States were represented, the attend ance being as follows : — New South Wales. — Hon. Dr. N. W. Kater, M.L.C., John Mackay, Esq., and C. G. Waddell, Esq., with Mr. J. W. Allen, Secretary. Queensland: — Messrs. A. H. Whit tingham, Wm. Kent, and A. J. B. McMaster, with Mr. W. Muir, Acting Secretary. South Australia: — Messrs. A. E. Hamilton, and I. J. Warnes, with Mr. E. D. H. Virgo, Secre tivrv. West Darling: — Mr. Arthur Cross ing, with Mr. C. Sinclair Wood, Secretary. West Australia: — Messrs. _ J. H. Church, and A-. C. Gillam, with Mr. W. L. Sanderson, Secre tary. Tasmania: — Mr. R. C. Field, with Mr. A. J. Honey, Secretary. Southern .Riverina: — Mr. _ Murray Clapham, with Mr. Leslie Smith, Secretary. Victoria: — Messrs. L. J. Weatherly and Mr. G. D. Kelly, with Mr. Leslie Smith, secretary. Mr. L. J. Wea...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GUYRA-DORRIGO PROPOSED RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

GUYRA-DORRIGO. PROPOSED RAILWAY. Mr. P. J. Macnamara, stock and sta tion agent, of CofTs Harbour, gave evidence before the Public Works Committee regarding a proposed rail way from Guyra to Dorrigo. The pro posal was rejected by the committee in October last, but it was resubmit ted for further inquiry. Mr. Macnamara stated that If the railway were constructed there would be, as a result, a valuable dgep-sea port on the north coast. Coff's Har bour, where the building of a harbour suitable for deep-sea navigation Is more than half completed, would be suitable. In comparison with other sea ports of Australia, Coff's Harbour held a good position. The making of the port weald cost £190,000. Over 500 tons of timber per week were exported from that port, but if this were made a port, as it would be if the railway were con? structed, large oversea shipments would be forthcoming. For the year ended June, 1923, Coff's Harbour was a port of call for 331 coastal steam ers. The revenue obtaine...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF MR. S. R. COOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

DEATH OF MR. S. R; COOKE. Mr. Samuel R. Cooke died at his residence, Blair Athol, Alstonville, at the age or 64 years, after a brief Ill ness. He was a native of Gerringong, and a pioneer of the dairying indus try. He was the last of the directors of the old Bexhill butter factory. Later he was elected a director of the - Great Northern Coast Coopera tive Co., in which capacity he had officiated for many years, until his re tirement about two years ago. Ho was also a director of the auctioneer ing firm of Virtue, Noble, and Co., Lismore. The late Mr. Cooke was esteemed for his philanthropy.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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