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Mr. Buckland Gets Space for Balderdash [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Mr. Buckland Gets Space for Balderdash ; fF YOO want to hear strange tales about the country you sanst come to the city, ii you did not know the country and believed some of the City tales that are 'told of it, you could be forgiven for imagining that the country was like the Siberia such as we use to read about twenty or thirty years ago. Here is Mr. George Buckland, Secretary of the A.W.U., stating thftt 'The importations of boy labour into Austra-ia is more detestable than any other form of migration.' 'Once here,' he adds, 'and in the custody of his master, without friends, the boy migrant becomes little more jthah a slave.' If you heard that sort of remark made by a man who never saw Australia, and had no particular wish to see it go ahead, you might perhaps understand, fossibly the explanation is that boy migration is being given particular attention just now, and Mr. Buculand has no time for any sort of migration. Some people are going on the principal of 'wherever you see Mi...

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

SIEMHS IfOUK W-0®i as? to ? ©AL©gf¥ & £©MPMT¥9 K,m The Premier W®®I Selling H©Mse in Awtraiasim. gay Liberal Advances against growing Clips. Careful attention to small clips. Prompt K©tems SYBMSY OFFICE -- 15 BEMT ST51J11IT. , . . ' ? hi ? minim ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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

WEDNESDAY'S SALES. Tho Stud Cattle Sales ?waaro continued at the Showground on Wednesday, when Mes3M. Badgery Bros, reported that thoy had the best sale on the ground for tho last four years. Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., reported that . Herofords mot a good sale at Armor rates than last year's sales, although tho cataktsttsa -was much smaller than for se veral years past. Messrs. Wm. Inglis and Son, Ltd., report a good attendance of . buyers at their sale of Jersey and Ayrshire stock. Competi tion was exceptionally keen for Jersey cows and heifers. Following are details of sales of beef oattle : — BADGERY BROTHERS, LTD. HEREFORD BULLS. A/c Messrs. Fenwick Bros., Myall Creek, Singleton. Myall Adoration, calved Soptember 21, 1922, siro Bevelation, dam Pearl 15th of Abbey Green— Messrs. Campbell Bros* Doopwater, 45gna. A/o Estate Frank Reynolds, (Tocal, Pater son, N.S.W. Tocal Remus, calved September 3, 1922, siro Courage (imp.), dam Gazelle 4th— Mr. F. J. Orokez, Qnirindi, 2103ns. ;...

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

PROSPECTUS INCREASE OF CAPITAL ? .OP Ifti EH JiiBiS fapspiF lit 'TWYFORD HOUSE,' 17 CASTLEREAQH STREET, SYDNEY CAPITAL ® D - £409000 Divided into 40,000 Shares of £1 each. .t Directors: WILLIAM BROOKS, Esq. (Chairman and 'Managing Director); JOHN BOYD CRAMSIE, Esq. ; DARCY GILLIGAN, Esq.; WILLIAM MILLEGAN, Esq.; HENRY ,W. SLATTER, Esq. ? Bankers: NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, LTD. Secretary: E. P. PALMER. Solicitors: McDONELL & MOFFIT, Sydney. Auditors : » PRATT & GLADWIN, Twyford House, 17 .Castlereagh Street, Sydnev. OBJECTS The Directors of the Stock Journal Newspaper Co., Ltd., received a communication on December 19th last from the Graziers' Association of N.S.W. asking whether it was prac ticable to extend the influence of the Friday issue of the Stock Journal in such a way as would be likely to secure a city as well as an increased country circulation. A conference was held with a sub-committee of the Graziers' Association, as a result of which the Directors o...

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

SILIM & IpSMUM AUCTIONEERS, ? Sworn Valuers, Stock and Station Agents, COOMA !

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DEATH OF A PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

DEATH OF A PIONEER. A half century's connection with the station life of the Upper Richmond was severed by the death, on Satur day, at Bentley, Casino, of Mr. John Charles Vincent Edwards, eldest son of the late Mr. C. H. Edwards, formerly manager of Runnymede Station. The late Mr. Edwards came to the rivers with his parents when a lad, and after gaining a practical knowledge of station life he set out on his own ac count. He . soon acquired Itoseberry Station, and after successfully engag ing in cattle-raising, he secured furth er. land interests in the district, pur chasing big areas of Bentley and Wood lands stations. He also entered upon pastoral undertakings in Queensland, where he purchased Wondul Station. This property and Roseberry he recent ly disposed of. In his earlier days tho late Mr. Ed wards was a prominent worker in pub lic affairs, being, one of the first mem bers of the R.R.A.H. and P. Society, and the Casino P.P. Board Ho wnQ also a member of the committee of the ...

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Good Australians: 59 Paul Wens [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Good Australians : 59 Paul Wenz Piiul Wenz, of -Nanima, Forbes, is a native of Rheims, France, who came here in 1892 in search of a bit of life. Since then ho has circled the world half a dozen times, and the quest is still oil for, by the time t his is set forth in cold print, he will be on his way to Rheims again via British America. He got his first Australian experience jackerooing on the Murrumbidgee, poisoning rabbits aiul cutting Bathurst. burrs at 10/- a week, and incidentally learning much about the country that was eventually to adopt him as one of her sons. In a little over a year, lie left Kivei-ina and turned to the Gulf country aa his next field of adventure. New Zealand called him, and be traversed the shivery isles from North to South, his eyes ever open for a place he might call ''home.' Next, to New Caledonia, where he very nearly decided to become a coll'ee planter, only Polynesia was just over the horizon, and for a youth upon six and a half feet tall, here, sure...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The Tick PRIME MINISTER'S ATTITUDE. MR. CHAFFEY DISAPPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

The Tick PRIME MINISTER'S ATTITUDE. MR. CHAFFEY DISAPPOINTED. The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. 1-\ A. Chaltey, M.L.A.), stated 011 Wednes day that he had received a further communication from the Prime Min ister in regard to the request made by New South Wales for a Federal grant of £50,000 for combating the cattle tick pest 011 the North Coast. The Prime Minister, confirmed the previous attitude of his Govern ment that unless co-operative arrange ments could be made between New South Wales and Queensland for an eradication campaign on a national basis on the lines recommended by the conference which met in 1918, the Fede ral Government would not participate in the campaign. UNFAIR. The decision of the Federal authori ties, Mr. Chalfey , stated, came as a great disappointment, as he had since liis visit to the North Coast in July last utilised every possible weapon against the tick pest, and had in volved this State is an expenditure of over £89,000 per annum. He had been hopeful t...

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

CaAemte of C@pp@ir Wheat ' , i Price, 2/3 per Ik - immediate Delivery 'VIGI' is the strongest Carbonate of Copper procurable, being 50 percent stronger than ! somo brands. Packed in 161b. tins. I ? Ooes SO bushels of, Wheat. This is the Finest Quality possible to obtain, a&d in very fino powder form, for PREVENTION of SMUT, BUNT, Etc., -in WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY. F. VV. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydney.'

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

rConsIgn ^ 'Farmers tOrajers' L TOP PRICES fj' tt~ ? ; — or I I . ^Tmake sure of them 1 n t&P By marketing your j - \ PIGS under i 'Grain. f F.-°PffiATIvE I1 Sydney// E TAl^EDS and G RAZ HER 3' . CO-OPERATIVE GRAIN. INSURANCE and AGENCV Q.O 17° ! . . c IRC U LAR QUAY SYDN EY »

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

BONELESS CORNED BEEF Packed in 50, 75, 100 lb. lota. This is specially cured, Boneless Beef, and is packed under Government supervision. PER gD. LB. We forward daily per Passenger Train, so that orders arrive promptly, and consign at the reduced Perishable (5 rates) Railway Freight. W. A. SMELL! I CO. HAMILTON STREET, SYDNEY. ffPIBJl ify F«W*terltia of i H If Feeding Sheep, H ij Cattle, Horses, || Cal&s and Pic* ALL SIZES AND \ all lengths ALSTON'S., foteiit . ? ? * ? :;-r' Steel throughout. Put together with a wrench, r^p solder required. Cannot leak or pull apart, becauso the Alston Patent Coupling makes a perfectly ?watertight joint without grooveo to fracture the galvanising while looking every section together as rigidly as a bridgo. The heavy Steel Angle Frame and heavily Galvanised Steel Sheets used, together with our patent coupling, are points which make the AIOTON TROUGHING superior to all others. Send /or Muitraled leaflet. JAMES ALSTON & SONS PTY. LTD. QU...

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ARRIVALS AT A GLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ARRIVALS AT A CI LANCE. Period: Week onded Wednesday. Alexandria: Hay straw, chaff, 402 trucks Alexandria: Grain, 12 trucks. Alexandria: Vegetable, 35 trucks. Alexandria: Reconsigned, 145 trucks. Darling Harbour: Wheat, 4679 tons. Darling Harbour: Flour, 589 tons.

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FARM PRODUCE MARKETS SUSSEX STREET & ALEXANDRIA THE WEEK'S SALES DAY BY DAY [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

[?] SDSSS SIREEF & MHANDHi: ^ the week's' sales BAY BY JM.Y Esse wore very scarce on Tuesday, and a, heavy proportion of cold stored lots -wore disposed of. Oniohs wore chcapor in the forago and , erain section of the street. Arrivals by boat being heavier, pricea fell to £8 10s per ton. All forage sold well at late rates. ?Alexandria waa a shade weaker. The qua lity of tho produce, especially wheaten chaiT ?waa good, but pricea were slightly lower. Prioea included :— By private treaty: Oaten chaff, £7 5a; ?wheaten £6 15s; lucerne £7; lucerne hay £8 to £8 10s ; oaten, £7; straw, £4 10a to £5 per ton. Wheat, to 5s per bushel. By auction : Oaten chaff, £6 to £6 10a ; ?wheaten chaff, £5 103 to £6 7s 6d; lucerne dust* £7 per ton. The holiday rush reached its fullest ex tent on Wednesday, when all prices wore unchanged in tho dairy produce section of the street. The same conditions were met with in th eforage and grain section. Most produoe was slightly easier at Alex andria, whe...

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Can Bobby Lewis Win the Cap? VETERAN CONFIDENt DESPITE REPEATED FAILURES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

Can Bobby Lewis Win the Cup? VETERAN CONFIDENT DESPITE REPEATED FAILURES. Bobby Lewis is confident that Drongo will win this year's cup. And the topinion of Australia's best known and oldest jockey must certainly be respect ed. .tor no one who knows Lewis wm charge him with lack of judgment, im petuosity, or optimism. His keen brain backed by a lor^ and varied experience is too sharp for that, ? for he is one of the few horsemen who do not allow their enthusiasm to run away with their 'judgment. But then Lewis has been confident of winning many previous cups. There is not a race run in Australia which he is so keen to add to his meritorious record. For despite seventeen efforts . extending over a quarter-century Bobby Lewis has yet to ride a Sydney Cup winner. Since he had his first mount in the event on Battalion in 1898 Lewis has ridden only two seconds — Green Cap (1916) and Heir Apparent (1923). His mounts have been: — 1898— Battalion. 1901— La Carabine. 1902— Ace of Diamonds. 1...

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ANTICIPATIONS FOR DONCASTER DAY FIRST HURDLE RACE (12.50 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

ANTICIPATIONS FOR DONCASTER DAY FIRST HURDLE RACE (12.50 p.m.) Bendoc ? 1 Cartoon ? 2 Delusion ? ? 3 AUTUMN STAKES 1J miles, w.f.a. (1.50 p.m.) Rapine DONCASTER HANDICAP 1 mile (2.30 p.m.) Valdoona ? ? 1 All Sunshine ? 2 Mont Clair ? 3 SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES 7 furlongs (3.10 p.m.) Heroic ? 1 Arendal ? 2 Susie Pye ? 3 A.J.C. ST. LEGER 12 miles Drongo ? 1 Highlander ? ? 2 Francis Tressady ? 3 TOCAL HANDICAP li miles (4.25 p.m.) Mirthmaker ? 1 Our Prince ? 2 Stand By ? 3

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THURSDAY, APRIL 17. RANDWICK FINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

THURSDAY, APRIL 17. RANDWICK FINALS. Stand By: a mile in 1.43J; one in 13$ sees; quarter-mile in 25 sees; three in 3.63d; half-mile in 50 sees; five in 1.3, six 1.17$, and seven in 1.30 sees flat. Rapine: a mile in 1.43$, one in 13 sees. ; a quarter in 24J sees ; three in 38 sees.; the half-mile in 51J sees; five in 1.4$; six in 1.19, and seven in 1.31$. All Sunshine: six in 1.17$. Heroic tho same. Valdoona: five in 1.3Jd. Blaokadder: five in 1.2}d. The Rover's first six in 1.19, and nine in 1.58. Accarak : eleven in 2.34. Our Prince beat Jackstaff over nine in 1.59. AT VICTORIA1 PARK. The Wild Goose ran five in 1.4$, the last three taking 37 sec.

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CARBINE'S RECORD BEATEN. VALAIS REALISES 14,400 GUINEAS. GOES TO THOMPSON BROS., OF WIDDIN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

CARBINE'S RECORD BEATEN. V A LA IS REALISES 14,400 GUINEAS. GOES TO THOMPSON BROS., OF WIDD1N. The 14,400 gns. bid of Thompson Bros, secured Valais On Wednesday. By Cicero from Lily of the Valley, Valais was foaled in England in 1913, and his Australian stock lias been con sistently brilliant. His progeny have won innumerable big races this season — Heroic and Quintus being the most prominent. The price realised for Valais is a record tor an Australian thoroughbred — the 13,500 gns. paid by the Duke of Portland tor Carbine, about 20 years ago being tho prior best. Mr. Harry Taylor's 5,000 gns. was the initial offer, then rises of a thou sand came until £12,000 gns. was reached.. Mr. P. Osborne had his final riod . at 12,500 gns., and Mr. Charles Buckley was left head of the original bidders at 12,600 gns. ' For the past fortnight it had been persistently rumored .that the Messrs. Thompson would buy Valais at any price, but so far they had made no offefr. But then they began, and fin...

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

? Sy&spyV loodina PsslorcjSbf Ago sit ' i B. G. COHEN. bo YOUR BUYING THUOUCJH M. - | ... . cad ssavo Timo and Worry. | S3I&1ISS3 CARRIED OH A3 USUAL. ' iResemmsmfecr by sovoral of tho .SLs&siittg PasSsraliots itt Sho state. j ATLAS BUILDINGS (Third Floor), j , 8 Spring Streat, Sydnay. ?Phono, B2943. to ? lehS'' I OVER 'BROAD ACRES.' &i 84 -si« and o half) Pe? Cont. ARTHUR F. TARRAN, a Casttsraagh Streat, Sydney. Reference: E. S. & A. Bank, H.Q, ' g-g-BS®Bf ? DJ ASTHMA-' j THE GREAT ASTHMA REMEDY j NO MORE 8t.EBPl.E03 E4IQMT© | DONALD ROSS & CO. 1 ANGEL PUAOE g ? ? ? ??*?„ nHiwimin ? — — — ? ' ? ? I PnBT17Qr8 IP'S X I I.X.L. IMPROVED POISON CART THE SUREST, MOST EFFECTIVE AND MOST ECONOMICAL METHOD . OF RABBIT DESTRUCTION. OVER 10,000 I.X.L, POISON CARTS ^ PROVE THE CLAIM OF THE /. X. L. TO _ Jm, BE KING OF POISON CARTS. -SSp^j, j Its simplicity, ef- \\ ?3. fectlveneoo j a [- f ' j' The I.X.L. has beaten all com- ''VS ~~ petltors in re...

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CUP DAY SYDNEY CUP 2 miles (2.10 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

CUP DAY SYDNEY CUP 2 miles (2.10 o.m.) Drongo ? 1 Mirthmaker ? 2 Highlander ? 3 FIRST STEEPLECHASE (2.55 p.m.) Mumblebone ? 1 Tarquil ? 2 Chryooatom ? ? . 3 (Continued on pase 15.).

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

THE HOOD. The Hood is the largest warship in. the World, 'being 41,200 tons displace-. ?' ment. She' is 860 feet long. The British taxpayer -had to find - £5,843,039 for her construction, . and . her annual upkeep runs into £551,550. To run the leviathan, a complement of 1477 are' needed. ... _ . On her trials, which were run ia bad ?; weather-on -the -.Arran- zoile, .-tho Hood ii attained a speed1 ot.:-S2.07-- snots*. *;

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