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Arrivals of Wool 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

.. . ? '.[Of '?Wool kJ. (, L X f!? ^ J, t *' f \f ' t fr'« 1 ' ' 1 - im-Ui SBASON ' 1 , ^r?i«:SciUO^r!S' yjgutfcs complied by -th® , 'iSyitoay ;WMt Sulfas? -. Brokers . »bow the V QttkatU^, wool received at Parting Ha?- _, j&tfflsis tho present aeaaofc: ? ' ,' , , .?/. ? - !' ? , ,i., ?, '33&5tS«3&«. 0! » '.3S SSJE &SK? » ^ ^ *, 4 i % bocraaaa -Ii V'-^jhs 'toltowing JIs«®9 ot tfeo arrivals of, * ''*?&&& to Sea te-va aSso been cpntiplled is, .''.'rtSM* Sydney 'Wool SaMnff Brote ~B&i0g. 3&&£a JT'^y-1 t£- 6— .,- : . . Haw ' SoOi& Wales ? - *?»&&%. JZJoateai ? ? *?«- : yzam Y/cSt AuatesUta ? ? ? J29 r 3&pra Vistorsa . ' ? ? ? ; , *? , wa Qucoiaslaai ? ? ? « ? * ? ? 3.3 v , Pxova. giottth , 'Atistr&U* ?????? ? ? f » * - ! ' ' & Total ? «?«« . Sama p&rSod previous tse&coa .... ss.as?' ©ccneass 18,348 * , 'ig&SA.'te ARRIVALS SINCE JULY 1. B...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Sydney Record Prices GREASY 42½ d ; SCOURED 59½d 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Sydney Record Prim® GREASY 4S%d; SCOURED 69^3. . a. , 1988-24 SEASON. The following statement prepared by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers shows the record prices obtained In tha Syd? ney market during the 1923-24 season, together with, those of the previous sea- - son, and for purposes ot comparison, the records obtaiaed daring the year ira iaodlatoly preceding tbo tsrar. GKEASY. 1P23-24. 1922-23. 1913-14. ? d. d. d. Fleece, merino . 46V4I 38% 18 ' ' Necks ..? 85% 80% 18% Broken „ .. 38-4 31% 18 Pieces „ .. 37% 29% 13 Lambs „ ..| 37 f 27 | , 14% Bellies „ „. 33% 2S%( 11% Black „ .. 27 17% 11- ; Looks „ .. 22% 14% 8 :i Dead „ .. 33 23% 10% ;. Fleece, xbred 38 34% 14% ? ; i' Lambs, xbred 30 20 13% ? Fleece, cbk 39% 85 16, . ? SCOURED. ? ? Fleece, Merino — : ~ Combing ? I 59%) 56%| 2S% Clothing ? I 51% | 43 20% Pieces ? 54% I 40 '23% Necks ? — j — 22 Lambs ? 49 | 34% 20% Bellies ? 51%l 34%| 22% Locks ? 42 ] 33% ? 38% Dead ? 42 I 3C% ''17%- ??????????'?-:*- Skin ? ? 57 T 54 24% Crossbre...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1928-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

SYDNEY \AfOOL SALES?. 1923-24 SEASON. The following detailed statement, prepared by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, shows tne business done at auction and privately during the 1923-2-- season, with a comparison of the business dono during the corresponding period of the previous season. — ' ! | Cata- | ' Hales. j j ' flostoed. Ij- — ? ? -I Total I At | PriTato-|PriTate- j Balea. I | Acstion. | ly ex I lynn- | | 18S3-28. | | Ipriyrions catOf j | eoa- ){ T cata- j loaned. | j eon ? I ? llogoea. I ? I ? j ? | Bales. | Bales. | Bales. I Bales. | Bales. I Bales. _______ , . | '. , | VMJL,. & F. Co., I .80461 .0190 10700 5499 84389 87744 :o-op. W. & P. Co., Ltd | 50871 46878 3706 10 50594 56759 2uuntry P.. S. Co., Ltd. |' . 27684 25047 2392 10 . 27449 28543 dalgety Slid Co., Ltd. I 56754 52593 3573 38 56404 59127 ?. & G. Co-op. Co., Ltd. | 55138 47802 6030 12 53844 62201 }oldsbr-ougli, Mort & Co. / 65617 59794 3917 9433 73144 I 88292 ? ' | 1 ' ? f.Z.L. &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

; Mak^ a Ktete of It \ —if . 'AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE' SELL MORE WOOK .DIRECT FROM GROWERS THAN ANY OTHER BROKER IN SYDNEY. - Reliable and efficient methods in handling and selling Graziers' Products; promptness and accuracy with Account Sales and Pro ceeds; and careful attention to every detail are / features of AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE SERVICE. UttHtriu, fciitslii, Liil I teg fe, Ltd. 1O0&33S ' -T^raoss: ? , 0 Btish Street, Australian Dtesaiitile, Sydney. . ®ymm» . ... Fat Stock CS^^$Bied to— 'AueriaALm^i at Homobueh, have the beasSt ef AUSmAIlAN 'M mimuxamM SERVICE, and ormora aro oasuroS of Higfasst Marfest Bsbos. Stock aro in tho hassds of ISspcsia 'FROM THE roOCK TO THE LIST wm*» Sistpolian, M I Rhr6l,H& '? QMaMt ? a Biash Stscsl, . ? _ teaasjsia ,

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

!'* , ' SYDNEY WOOL SALES. The foilovving table, compiled by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, shows the busUsoss transacted siaee last report:— ' ; ? ' ? . , ? ? | , - Salsa. I _ , , '-r J ?? | Total ? Eolling Brokers. I Cata- At |Privately| Privately , | Saljs. ? v I logoed. Auction. | e?. | ran- :|- ? ' ? J ' v | provioua j v Oatst- | ' i-i j . ' Cata- . | loguod. | T_; ? 1 I loaues. 1 I ? . ? ? ?..????.'. ?: ?? ?'. ? ; ? ? I . UalcO; ? | Bales. |. Bales. ?- | Balca: | Balea, \ A.M.L. &' F; Co.. Ltd. f 7005 8350 'i 772 I 169 7291 Co-op. W. & P. Co., Ltd. f 3100 ? 289G - | 96 | : 2992 Country P.. S. Co.,' Ltd. | 2018 ' 1909, '| 180 j — 2089 Dalgety and Co., Ltd. 5492 5145 I , 223 8 — . - 5368 '... : ' ,|' v I IT. & G, Co^op. Co., Ltd. I — — '| _ fi _ V — - I | | | Goldsbrougli, Mort and Co. f 5052 4422 | 339 | 479 | . 6240 N.Z.L. & M.A/CO., Ltd.' j 6403 6197 '| 285 j] — . '| G482 Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd. j 5029 4774 '| 323 '| - 95 | 5193 . t fecfi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

£1068 for 602 Xbred Lambs At Homebush yesterday, , Wmehcomfee, Carson Ltd. ? ; - sold : — &02 Xbred Lam&s, from SttisI Pastoral Co., Woodstock .... to 38/0 ? ?? .? ?: .lAvaraging ? ? — ? ? 3B/6 198 Xbred Suckers, from T. Whale, Culgong ? to 34/1 i'1 ?; ''.'Averaging'.'. ? ? — 30/ Xbrod Sucker Lambs* from A. O'Keafej Barmedman ? to 30/10 ^ Xbred Lamas, from W.V. Gibbs, Cathundral ? ? to 33/1 111 cbk Lambs,, same owner .1 . (. . . ? ? at 32/2 WHEN YOU WANT TRUCKS -.-Wire* winoheombo, Carson, Sydney. ? ?????? . - -. .. v. . -.«??? - . ' ?- ?' - ' . 4 -? ? .-. \ ?? . / . ? . ?=: '. ? ',??? ' . ' ? - ? ?? .: ' / . ?? ? ?; . -.v.- ? ,??? ?: v:-' v -v. ? ? ?' . ?? ? /. , N ?-- \-- 7. j; ? v:;„7 V -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

S[PiIi|for^bpary Cata'oaao and Lima »n all subject., which will he eeaf post free on application. DYMOCK'S BOOK ARCADE,. LTD., 428 GEORGE STREET. SYDNEY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

ENGLISH - . MADE jlf^ FUR FELT HATS Achieving every demand of correct style, these Hats of soft Fur Felt are ' ; a supreme value. ?? ; . '. Four styles are available in these Fur ; Felt Hats of English manufacture. The brims are bound, cut, or with stitched | turn-over edges. All are fitted with . beat grease-proof leathers and silk bands : : ^ . in black and contrasting shades. Sizes, Gg to 78. PRICE ? ? .21/- DAVID JONES' ' OPP. G.P.O., SYDNEY - . ? j — r^-rv— — - nrrr-ru-. n— aw—

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I'VE BEEN READING "CHANGES AND CHANCES." [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

? PVE BEEN READMG nrHANGES AND CHANCES.' (By Henry W. Nevinson.— Our copy from Dymock's.) T T seems to have Become mu J. fashion for journalists to write tlieir reminiscences. It is a good fashion Your good journalist sees much of the world, he comes in con tact with all sorts of people, and it is his business to be behind the scenes. T.ifo to him is a passing show, and he knows how the wheels go round. The best that is in a journalist is never told; but sometimes he can tell more In his reminiscences than he tells in his paper. H. W. Nevinson is a well-kno'wn Lon don journalist, and he evidently has personality. This book of his tells more particularly of his trips to the Balkans and South Africa. He was in Ladysmith during the whole of the siege, and his South African views are very ' interesting, and some of them are even news. Nevinson was in a way of becoming quite a literary man when journalism tempted him, and he — fell! I suppose the literary folk would say that he fell, but...

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Out New Serial "The Lady Boss" [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Out New „ c Serial u The ' -? Lady Boss,? By ... Leila Hamilton ??Oh Lord, oh Lord! The divil him silf is in the biler. Saints presarve us '.' 'Good Heavens, man! What are you doing?' demanded the astonished Captain. 'Are you cooking for the whole of creation?' 'Oh, Gineral! I'm near diminted wid the stuff!' and tears of helpless ness SIOOU m lUUl-ljr B CJM. 'Pitch the dashed stuff out, man, and clear up the mess,' advised the Cap tain, as he gingerly seized, a billy full of the sticky stuff and shot it out of the door. 'The divil take the stuff then!' and seizing the boiler Murty staggered with it off to the piggery, where he emptied it out. Murty is a harmless old chap, unless anyone indiscreetly whistles 'The Bat tle of the Iioyne' or mentions 'Sago.' CHAPTER II. It was Mrs. Dolman Scott's day at home in Melbourne. Her charming mauve and grey sitting-room was sweet with early violets and carnations. Every corner was fragrant with them, and a handsome electric fan wafted the perfu...

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A COLDEN NEST-EGG. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

A COLDEN NEST-EGG. Mr. G. M. Dash, Commonwealth Loan organiser, writes: You were good enough in connection with all previous Commonwealth . Loan Campaigns to let me have a direct word with your readers, and I crave a similar opportunity on the present occasion. 'W-iAn vftiir rnn rl orQ lionrrl -that n.n- j other Loan was inuninent they no doubt ' exclaimed — 'What! Another Loan?' — but the fact of the matter is that it simply cannot be helped 1 j When the soldiers came back victor ious from the Great War, it was un animously decided by all parties that they were fully entitled to some tan gible recognition of their valorous ser vices. The Commonwealth Govern ment at that time did not have the money available to pay the gratuities in cash, so the soldiers were given bonds bearing 5i per cent interest, with an undertaking that the bonds would be cashed for them on May 31st 'of this year (1924). Many business concerns and private individuals cashed these bonds from time to time for the...

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EAT MORE BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

EAT MORE BEEF. ? 4 Mr. T. M. Gunn, Mitchell, writes: ; I wish you million Sydneyites would j eat more beef. If you did your duty, i and ate one lb. each per day, the cattle industry would be saved, and you would be a better, healthier and happier npnnlA for beef is a better food than I ? £ ? » ? ? mutton. Also you would add to your wealth, for by eating mutton you are killing the sheep that grows the golden fleece. What you want is not a mil lion farmers that can't make a living, but a million people eating a million lbs. of beef per day. Remember the fuss you once made about .killing cows and heifers tor fear of a beef shortage later on ? What about killing ewes now, and the wool shortage? Is there nothing doing in the press about it ? Could you not put it to someone?

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Wanted a Million People to Eat a Million Pounds of Beef per Day [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Wanted a Million People to Eat a Million Pounds of Beef per Day Some foolish person once did kill ? 'the; goose .'with golden, egg — ? You're just as bad if butcher's bill Shows mutton chop or leg. The sheep that wears Its golden fleece Is worth much more to you Than fried up in a pan of grease, Dry hashed or in a stew. It should be growing wool; good wool, That brings two bob per pound, And you more satisfied and full On steak or corned round. To save the industry of cow Eschew to chew the rabbit Cut out the mutton; do it now, And get the roast beef habit. A pound per head of good roast beef Chewed up in Sydney town By all, each day, would give relief ?To cattle men now down. When beef you chew, you save the ewe, You'll need her wool when loans are due, So eat more beef, it's up to you.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

§ The World's Best! I | NESTLE'S ' 1 I . CONDENSED. j : MILK I | -v ' Every: Tim Guaranteed; j

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"NIGHTS OFF" "MY LADY'S DRESS." THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

'MIGHTS OFF' By LAWRENCE O'BOY. 'MY LADY'S DRESS.' THEATRE ROYAL. L1SONII3 is John's much betterjhalf. A susceptible aiul elderly general has tibe appointment to u lucrative post In Ills pocket, und Leonie, quite n pretty and sophisticated1 wile, deter mines to secure' it l'o.r John by wear ing a new gown of during design, and flirting with the general. Hut the frock liuoii c urriveu. L-eoiue mis headache. Jotm hates his wife de scending to such practices, and when the frock does come, and its price— HO guinens — is disclosed1, lie hits the roof. Leonie tries to prove that.' the price is not- only reasonable, but. cheap. There is the silk to be won in Italy, and woven in France. Holland will supply the lace, Siberia the l'uv, and some ?London worker the artificial (lower pinned tit the waist. Then the making. Oh, dear, nil -that' goes to the junking of 'My Lady's Dress.' Jolm denounces her extravagance. She drinks a sleep ing draught; ? lies down, calls him 'brute,' andi goes to sle...

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Good Australians: 53 Mr. Colin Sinclair [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Good: Australians: 53 Mr. Colin Sinclair Probably no man is better known in the North than Mr. Colin Sinclair. For years he has been a leader in many movements cal culated to advance the North, and he has been prominent in the organisations of the men on the land. The Graziers' Association, the Pastures Protection Boards, the Progressive Party, and the New State movement, each and all owe a great deal to Colin Sinclair. Me has given them of his best, and they recognise it. Time or trouble has not counted with him when it has been a question of serving country interests. , We who know him are glad to see him appointed to the New States Commission as representative of the North. We feel that it is an especially happy appointment, and we know that the North could not be better represented. He knows the North thoroughly, he is a proved champion of country interests, and his sincerity is transparent. The North knows that it can depend upon him. . For years Colin Sinclair was on the Counc...

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NEXT SEASON'S WOOL CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

NEXT SEASON'S WOOL CLIP. It seems to be the general opinion of most owners of sheep, that they will have a much better grown and cleaner clip o|f wool next shearing, than was the case last year. The season now is all in their favour. Last year a number of the clips were tender, and carried more or less dust. Sfvmn i-if f.Vna f.hnf. T linvn uoon in the country this year, have wool with hardly any tip at all, and it is as bright as could be wished. It has only a few months' growth as yet, and has a long way to go. Still, every thing is in its favour, and it is fairly safe to conjecture that next season's clip will show a decided improvement on that of the season just closing.

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Fat Lambs BREEDING FOR EXPORT. NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

: '?'.'?Fat Lambs ,, — ? — ? BREEDING FOR EXPORT. NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE. In a recent lecture to farmers, Col onel Stafford, lecturer in Veterinary science at Lincoln College, New Zea land, -.gave an informative address on the breeding ahd marketing of lambs from a freezers' point of view for ex The most profitable lamb for export, he said, was the one that was taken away from its mother at the earliest possible' age, and not kept dragging 011 week after week. It mattered not what class of owe was used for breed ing purposes, provided it was big, strong, healthy, and roomy. The most important thing was the selection of the sire. It must show vigour and possess good constitution,' and show the qualities expected of a first-quality fxeezing iamb. In other words, it must have good loins; be well set on its legs, with meat well down to the hocks. The hindquarters of the lamb were, of course, the . most profitable. Other characteristics of the good sheep were well-sprung ribs, showing pl...

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SEASON IN NORTH-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

SEASON IN NORTH-WEST. 1 ' \Ve are having a great season in tho North-West,' said a man last week, wlio was just down for a spell from Wee Waa. 'It was quite a change, as for some time things had not gone at all well, and many men were hard up against it Jr. r.nn'jpfllicnce. 'I'rospjects now, however, are bright, and many of us,' he said, 'should be right until summer, even without any rain. We shall not be annoyed of we get it,' he added 'but we Bhall surely have it b a fore we are again in a bad way, which should not be for some months to come.' During the recent Totorms early in February these sheep were sheltering under the tree (a double one), which was struck by lightning on Shearlegs (Cobar). The owners were Messrs. Madden Bros., of Nellera & Rookery, whence the sheep had strayed. They were found and the photograph taken by Miss Corbett.

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THE SEASON AT CUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

THE SEASON AT CUNNINC. _ The season in the district is a nar tjcularly good one, and it is a long time since there has been such a growth of griass. Mr. J. J. Hallam, who is President of the Show, and a landowner, stated that it was looking remarkably well everywhere. Stock, he said, were not too plentiful, and prices were very high, and, he thought, were likely to be. Tho outlook generally was pro mising. LAND. There is a good enquiry for land in the district, but not much was chang ing hands. Holders were not willing to sell ex cept at extreme rates, r.nd these would bo buyers were not too ready to give. Ho considered a lot of the land would carry one sheep to the acre, and some more. Land that would carry a sheen, lie said, owners were estimating to be worth £7 por a-cre. They want £10 for slieep-and-a-quarter land.

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