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

IUSCAPAL BLOW-FLY REPELLANT One Case, so/-, keeps 1C00 Sheep free from Flios for e months. ? 'URGUHARTITE' RABBIT DECOY. 60/- dozen. ENGLISH STRYCHNINE. 'STRICK-FOS' RABBIT POISON. 67/6 case. 'DEATHTRA9L' RABBIT POISON. 30/- doz. EPSOM SALTS. 15/6 cwt. | SULPHURS 15/6 -«9t. 4 SULPHATE IRON. 14/6 cwt. PROFESSOR EICHORN'S BLOOD POISON REMEDY. 6/6. LATIMER BROS, * 43 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Artesian Water QUEENSLAND BASIN. DIMINISHING FLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Artesian Water — ? 'T* QUEENSLAND BASIN. DIMINISHING FLOW. The attendance at the Royal Geo Eranhlcal Society's rooms recently was fairly large, gays Brisbane 'Daily Mail,' when Mr. B. Dunstan, chief Government geologist, delivered an in teresting address on 'Queensland's Ar tesian Water Basin — Its geological structure, and its limited potentialit ies.' Professor Goddard presided. The artesian basin was described by means of geological sections extending from the mountains of Papua, across Torres Strait to Cape York Peninsula, and down through the centre of West ern Queensland to Winton and Lake Yaama Yaama. Other sections show ed the geological developments across South Australia to the Great Austral ian Bight at Eucla, the length of the whole north-east and south-west sec tion being about 200 miles. POSSIBILITY OF A BREAK. The artesian basin might be broken or dislocated to the south of Papau in crossing under the Gul£ of Carpen taria, said the lecturer, as there was evidence to s...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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ANOTHER BREEDER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ANOTHER BREEDER'S VIEWS. Mr. William Glasscock, of Green dale, Coolac, writes that it is over forty years since he started breeding. His first sheep were secured from Mr. Fred. Horsley, of Yabtree, when Mr Olivor was manacer. Thev were pure Havilahs. He purchased the cast studs, and joined a ram with them from Mr. James Gibson's, Belle Vue, Tasmanian stud and has made one change on to the Wanganella. Mr. Glasscock considers that there are only two classes of men deeply interested in sheep, and they are the dealer and the breeder. The former does not care much so long as he sees a few shillings profit in them, but the breeder must keep them pure. 'Now,' he writes, 'the article on getting sheep ready for shows, are exactly my own ideas. I write as an old breeder and judge. Many times I have paused over a good sheep on that account. Of course, there are many sheep that grow a much longer staple, that have been shorn at the same time, and running on the same country, also some are shorn...

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

NATURE'S ALLY Mil I S u BILLABONG ' pumps Write for prices J DANKS, 324 Pitt Street, Sydney. TROUGHIMG

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

Is liliii li^iiplii Hid iicli Ua„ if ! Three Haddon Rig stud rams, Winners of tho shearing prize at tho N.S.W. Sheepbreeders Association show for rams publicly shorn. 1922, and shorn In competition, 1923. As far back as 1882, Mr. James Richmond determined to start a 'Wan- ganella Stud at Haddon Rig. This ho did by the purchase of 30 stud rarna and 1,900 ageu ewes. A letter, dated 3rd September, 1882, from Austin and Millear, Wanganella, supplies tho breeding of these rams: — ^ ^13 were b^^'Premjer,^ 6 by 'Warrior,' 4 by 'No. 37, '4 by 'No. 30,' All the sires of these rams were represented at the Melbourne Exhibi tion of 1880 by their fleeces, which formed half the Wanganella prize case. 'Premier' and Warrior were the two celebrated sires of that period. The breeding of the foundation rams of the Haddon Rig Stud la, therefore, undeniable. ' The entire stud was purchased by the present owner in October, 1916. FRANC B. S. F ALKINER , Haddon Rig, Warren. LEADING S. A. STUDS LUCERNEDALE ...

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ARGENTINE MEAT EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ARGENTINE MEAT EXPORTS. Argentine meat exports in the first seven months of last year were as fol lows, compared with those in the like period of 1922: — 1st 7 1st 7 months, months. 1323. Frozen beef quarters.. 1,366,686 1^39,398 Chilled beef quarters.. 2,461,094 1,930,239 Frozen mutton carcases 1,325,550 1,258,390 Frozen lamb carcases.. 989,018 756,419 As to destination ; all the chilled beef was sent to the United Kingdom which also figures as the destination of 805— 184 frozen beef quarters, 1,213,109 mutton carcases, and 946,421 frozen lamb carcases. The growing develop ment of - the European Continental market for Argentine frozen beef is in dicated by the following figures rela tive to the seven months : France, 73,861 quarters ; Germany, 180,835 quarters; Belgium, 225,525 quarters; Italy, 17,686 quarters ; Holland, 52,893 quarters.

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ARBITRATION COURTS. THAT OVERLAPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ARBITRATION COURTS. THAT OVERLAPPING. Mr. Arthur Manning - (Macquarie) in the House of Representatives : — 1 ask the Attorney-General if there is any prospect of an early arrange Tnfinf; hflinrr mn rl n fnr i li cnt ilpm Ant. nf the differences between the State and Federal authorities so that the over lapping of Arbitration Courts may be obviated ? Sir Lyttleton Groom : — Whatever differences exist arise out of the Con stitution itself ; but, as the Prime Minister indicated, this matter will receive his attention at an early date.

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

1 Animal Conference. j| The Annual Conference of j the Graziers' Association of j N.S.W. will commence in j Sydney on Tuesday, June 3rd. ] It was to be held a week : earlier, but the Association ] was unable to secure the j Wool Saleroom. This Room 5 is most suitable, and so the j Association resolved to wait j the extra week for it. :

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

? CTI 0F If Hot, SEES© SF©H | THE SPECIAL PAMPHLET, containing — jj in? ® Particulars of the Association's work, Benefits of ! Jli f|yP iy| ^ ^ Membership, List of Officers and Local Secretaries, j J| ? 1 ® I ? ? ALSO ASK FOR A COPT ot I Rssmmtmn 'GRAZIERS' ANNUAL' I ? jw containing particulars of Awards, and much important I rilVrlli&R. NSW ? ' information. I Uisa wnosan BH e J. W. ALLEN, Secretary. The Graziers' Association of N.8.W., 79 Pitt Street, Sydnoy, 1

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STUD STOCK Sheep Unfairly Shorn for Shows [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

[?] Sheep Unfairly Shore for Shows Mr. W. R. Raleigh, of Broonie, Jerry s Plains, one of the best known judges of merino sheep at both Syd ney and country shows writes : I have read with groat satisfaction your special representative's fHarrv R. Thompson) remarks on the above matter in the 'Stock and Station Jour nal ' of 4th April, and havo also read with equal satisfaction Mr. A. H. .^'right's, of Tomboiig, remarks on the (--ID0 subject in the same paper. It is gratifying to see that we have some men amongst us who are not afraid to put their impressions and opinions into print, on this allimport ant subject. SOME FACTS'. I now wish to state a few facts on the way you find some sheep on exhibit at shows. I have been judging at sheep shows for nearly forty years, both in Sydney and the country, and during that time, I have seen some wonderful art in leaving wool on a sheep to be exhibited. A judge asks, when the Bheep are brought out, 'When were they shorn-'' The answer is nearly a...

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

LEADING N.S.W. STUDS ilWBISMm HEiWi STUB IT OUNOED in tho 60's, 011 high-priced Rouse-Mudgeo Blood. Big opened faced i 5 ,r sile°P'. ^.eeP framed, carrying a long combing, medium, fine to super-fine wool, full of sustained character. Ravensworth wool, In 1920, fetched tho world's record price of 46%d In tho grease. Stud and Flock Rams for Sale. ? ? ERNEST MERRIMAN, Yass, N.S.W. CARWOOLA USERSW© STUD BUNGENDORE, N. S. W. STRONG-constltutloned, plain-bodied sheep. Founded on the famous Bungareo (South Aust.) blood. Stud Is under personal supervision of owner. Bv systematic Classing and Mating, Carwoola sheep now cut, wool full of character of a strong to medium count. Rams have bold clean faces, with sustained crimp In the wool. ? ? J. F. MASLIN, Bungendoro, N.S.W. EGELABRA UlEffilSi® STUD. ' WARREPa, N.S.W. THE property of H. E. ICater and Son. This Is one of tho oldest merino Btudo In the Commonwealth. The sheep are characterised by their large frames, p)aln bodies, splendid fleeces...

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

A. SAUNDERS NOVEL | FRUIT DISH Pure Silverplateil A1 Quality, Satin Finish, Gilt-lined, ? ^ Write ^or Cate^^ie. ^ : ' All orders by Mail receive our special attention and prompt despatch. We pay postage on all orders. A. S^UWOERg~ ! WATCHMAKER— J EWELLER OPTICIAN. 805 - 813 GEORGi STREET, SYDNEY (OPP. RAILWAY STATION) There Is As Much Difference Between Wind - 1 mills As There Is Between Men. 1 Some give faithful service. being always ready for duty when the °«asion M arises. Some mills are just cheap agricultural machines, which give fa ^ jg impressions as to tho wonderful economy of a Windmill riant. 'Comet' Mill is of Sterling Value and always gives Dependable Scrvic | 'Comet' owners are enthusiastic about this point. g 'Use the Wind' is a most attractive little booklet. May we send you a copy ? SIDNEY WILL1AEVJS -& CO., LTD. WORKS AND OFFICE ? - DULWICH HILL, SYDNEV 5\. CITY OFFICE ? 255a GEORGE blKtLi |,.f o .jfldso J»t JR^c^ampton, Brisbane, and Townsville. J (

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Cattle from the Tick Areas GRAZIERS AND THE MINISTER. A BETTER UNDERSTANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Cattle from the Tick Areas GRAZIERS AND THE MINISTER. A BETTER UNDERSTANDING. Stookowners were considerably dis ?- turbed over the reported intention of 1 the State Government to let cattle come j from the tick areas of Queensland to Homebush. Recently, the president (Dr. Kator, M.L.C.), and several mem bers of the Graziers' Association, in terviewed the Minister for Agriculture, with a view to finding out just what the proposals were. Dr. Kater, re ported back to the Executive of the Association, after which the general secretary wrote to the Minister, stat ing:— 'In the light of the further infor mation that both yourself and the Acting-Chief Inspector of Stock were good enough to make available at the interview, to the efiect that no addi tional risk will be involved, I am de sired by my Executive to state that no objection would be raised by it to a relaxation of t!bo existing regulations provided such amendments in no way lessoned the measure of protection at present afforded b...

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"Talk o'the Town" MY DEAR MARGERY.— [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

' Talk o'the Town ' MY DEAR MARGERY.— YOU poor tiling. 1 am so sorry you couldn't get a sailor!' There was such a lot of them here, and such nice boys. I'm sure you would have loved one; but then, four hundred miles — four hundred and twenty-three, to be exact — and ten more if the creek is up, is rather a distance for a sailor to go — on dry land. But bide your time. I spoke to two or three who were curious about our western places. Funny how most sailors hanker for a fanner's life. And when one remembers the tre mendous gale that harried our coast a few days ago one can well under stand a man preferring stability under his feet rather than the tossing and tempestuous ocean. Not but what it takes something like two tornadoes to upset the equi librium of a hooker of the Hood's size. And there are other drawbacks. The society is rather — monotonous. For the average sailor — it's a long way between — shall I say — Margerys. There you have it. Yes, dear child, 'A sailor's life is the l...

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"NIGHTS OFF" THE TIVOLI. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ANIGHTS OFF' By LAWRENCE O'BOY. THE TIVOLI, -rvENIE RIANO still fascinates. Off stage she Is a demure, modestly dressed young woman, who for all one could tell to the contrary, might be running a successful suburban bonnet shop. And yet! I happened to meet the lady on the Tivoli stairs before I saw her on the stage. Alert and just a suggestion of blrdiness In her movements, I said to myself, 'This Is Kenie Riano,' and went to her show reconciledi to the fact that the most heralded artist in often the least interesting. Strange are the methods of publicity. 'My face,' says the lady, 'is a poor thing, but mine own ; but my legs arc the most beautiful legs on earth.' Beauty is a relevant term. There is no mathematical formula by which wc may measure it; therefore, though for the purpose of advertisement, R.R. is justified in her assertion. I think that 'cleverest' is the better word. Whatever she asserts about her face Is also open to question. It registers two hundred and forty differ...

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

THE RAIN. The following was the total rainfall recorded In New South Wales for the three days ended at 9 a.m. on Thurs day: — N.W. Slopes. — Barraba 3, Manilla 6, Bendemeer 82 points. N. Tablelands. — Tenterfield 8, Bun darra 6, Walcha 8 points. ? C. Tablelands. — Mt. Victoria 3, Black heath 1, : Katoomba 2, Lawson 5 points.. , Nprth Coast.— Byron Bay -14, Kyogle 1; ' Lismore S/ Balllna-SST Clarence Heids 329,'. Grafton 11, Dorrigo 68, Coifs Harbor 53, Bellingen 102, Nambucca Hds. 117, Kemp sey 20, Maclean 40 points. Hastings, Hunter and Manning.— Pt. Macquarie 44, Laurieton 11, Manning Hds. 4, Taree 4, Gloucester 30, Forster 8, Seal Rocks 19, Bullahdelah 11) Dungog 9, Stroud 3, Clarencetown 5, Raymond Tee, 8, Newcastle 8, Gosford 18 points. Metropolitan. — Sydney 2 points. South Coast. — Wollongong 12, Bowral 1, Kiama 95, Crookhaven 12, Jervls Bay 15, Ulladulla 70, Milton 25, Bateman's Bay 5 points.

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TILLIMBY ESTATE, PATERSON Well-known Old Property to be Offered in Subdivision [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

TILUMBY ESTATE, PATERSON Well-known Old Property to be Offered in Subdivision (By our Special Representative, Harry R. Thompson.) Last week I took a run up to Pater son, and had a look at the fine pro perty Tillimby, that is advertised for subdivision sale. I found the home stead was only about live or six min utes by car from Paterson railway sta tion. nlonir a snlendid road. The country looked wonderfully well, there being a heavy growth of good feed', paspalum being prominent. Taken gen erally, it is a pretty locality, the land being undulating with some high hills, and a number of splendid river flats and other areas that are suitable for the growing of lucerne, maize, vege tables and fruit. Most of the hilly country is good right to the top; in fact. Mr. Mcl'all. who has been managing there for many years, stated that high up on some of the hills there was some of the best grazing land. The sides of the hills in places were very suitable for the grow ing of oranges. Looking acr...

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SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

SUN AND MOON. SUN. MOON, rises, sets, rises, sets. Day of week, a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. Frl., April 18 6.19 .. 5.30 .. 4.50 .. 4.22 Sat., April 19 6.20 .. 5.29 ... 5.29 .. 5.29 Sun., April 20 6.21 .. 5.28 .. G.13 .. 6.37 Mon., April 21 6.21 .. 5.27 .. 6.58 .. 7 48 Tues., April 22 6.22 . . 5.26 . . 7.50 . . 8 56 Wed., April 23 6.23 .. 5.25 .. 8.45 ..10.3 Thur., April 24 6.24 .. 5.24 .. 9.44 ..11.6 Frl., April 25 6.24 .. 5.23 . . 10.44 ..l^.T' Sat., April 26 6.25 .. 5.21 .. 11.45 ..12 52 Sun., April 27 6.26 .. 5.20 .. — 1.37 ,, a.m. Mon.. April 28 6.27 .. 5.19 .. 12.46 .. 2.17 New Moon: May 4, at 9.0 am. Full Moon: May 19, at 7.52 a.m.

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ON WITH THE OLD LOVE, OFF WITH THE NEW [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ON WITH THE OLD LOVE, OFF WITH THE NEW 'The Fleet is now but a secondary u t tract ion to the Easter Show. Sydney ia not fickle; merely faithful.' — News Item.

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

Lindemans Wiiies Win Again 2 Championships out of 4 11 Firsts out of 43 9 Seconds. 7 Thirds. 7 Very Highly Commended. QUALITY TELLS ONCE MORE! LINDEMAN WINES captured the public taste long ago. When the Judges at the R.A.S. Show heap honors on LINDEMAN'S, they only endorse the public verdict On Saturday the Judges awarded LINDEMAN WINES two Championships, eleven firsts, nine seconds, seven thirds, six 'V.H.C's.' [ and one 'H.C.' Here is the list of LINDEMAN successes: — CHAMPIONSHIPS— CHABLIS AND CLARET. FIRST PRIZES: Light white wine, Hock type; Light white wine, Chablis type; Full-bodied dry white; Full-bodied sweet red; Full-bodied -port type; Light white wine, Chablis type; Full-bodied sweet red; Light dry white, Chablis type; Australian sparkling Bur gundy; Australian Vermouth; Light dry red, Claret type. SECOND PRIZES: Light dry red, Claret type; Full-bodied dry red; Full-bodied sweet red; Full-bodied Port type; Light dry red, Claret type; Full-bodied dry white; Export dry red...

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