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

? g- — -M Wise Mothers serve Uncle |ly Toby's Oats daily in place ^Sll ipl of more expensive food gig i such as meat and fish. It HK I costs only 3d. to feed four I I persons, and its food value I I is magnificent. I UNCLE TOBY'S I | ©MS J SOLD EVERYWHERE Manufactured by Clifford Love & Co., Ltd., Sydney /fljr '

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

'gaHsi' PiHIEl Makes delicious scones, dainty eakes and flaky pastry. ligM and digestible. Cmis ® little more WorSk a lot more £10® IN CASH PRIZES Sqvo tho lids

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

?FBy Blowm Sh©©p . Cheap Dressings and Sprays Dissolved Arsenic, 5/6 gallon, one gallon makes 40 galls, of ? jetting material. Costs 5/6. Soluble Arsenic (Arsenite of Soda). One lb. molces lB goi&U of Jetting Liquid. Price, 1/3 per lb. This material immediBtely dis solves in cold water. Pure Arsenic. White, 78/-; Grey, 78/- per cwt. This is the highest grade Pure Arsenic procurable. Kelpie Fly Blow Sheep Oil. 4/6 gall. This is a dressing all , ready for struck sheep. See special advertisement on page 6 of this issue. We also specially call your attention to tho large advertisement rer garding Dissolved Arsenic on page 21 of this issue, and Fly Spraying Tank on page 23 of this issue. F. W. WILLIAMS Sc CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydney, N.S.W.

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

PW%® 1 ! I A- ????© I lire Pigg®iTOd Arsenic j This Xilquid is only Puro White Arsenic dissolved in water at it a Maximum ntreuSth, ready tor | - uao hy tho addition ot COLP WAtEB In the RATIOS below. ' ; In ita process of EIAHTTP A C TUB E ovory particle of ABSENIC la thoroughly dissolved, leaving HO' SEDXIflCEinr. Uses: The benefit of Dissolved STT.TjTWrg GBEEH TTTTBEE. , Afeovilf is nrT.y.ma weeds— geass. as KEWXSro BIiACmsEIlISIEs aud phiobiy Being1 properly dissolved' '.you have tho . peae a, full Benefits and Strength of the Ar sonic; ? ? ____ ' M badly . dissolved Arsenic means reduced apSAYluo F IiY-BI, O u/U SHEBP. H strength and means that when you ffo to . . POOTBOT HT SHEEP 9 use it you do ntot get results. ? , ? ? ~ ? m Often Arsenic falls bocauso It ia used at DBESSXW& SHEBPSK1HB. ffl wrong- strengths. To dissolve Arsenlo it tales 2 hours to do And for every other nuruoso FOB wjrrflw JfiS properly from the time a fire Is lighted and POWDER AndT-mn «, M tho Arse...

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

? ? ? ? ? CLEAR YOUR COUNTRY. j ANO GET HIC&ER RETURNS. S USE I Ammm ot mm '? | ,ln Powder form, ready to mix with cold water for immediate UsGi THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD OF KILLING GREEN TIMBER AND SCRUB. 1 -lb. tine ? 2/— each 28-lb. tins ? 26/6 each 24b. ,, ...... 3/6 „ 56-Ib. drams ..... SO/— „ 7 -lb. ,» ...... 9/6 „ 1 -cwt. cases . . . . SO/— ,, i 11 14-Ibi ft ? 16/6 ,, 2-cwt. casks for . . £6/lS/ Ta&e 2 lbs. Arsenifce of Soda and dissolve in 4 gallons GOLD WATER, to which Jib. Whitiiogf may be added. The addition of Whiting is merely ... to serve aS an indicator on trees treated, as it tarns, white on slightly drying, making it quite certain what trees have been operated upon. MJSEBl AT E OF SODA IS SOLUBLE IN COLD WATER. Simply 'flaH' your trees with a succession of downward axe cuts — cut through the bark and into the 'wood — thefn, 'with an old, large teapot, watering can, or anything with a spout, pout m the poison. ^ - J?.,££CtKms F0f5 VARIOUS USES. SPRAY fOM ...

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

A MATTER OF INTEREST TO j ' wool Growls I In tho 'Stock and Station Journal' of the 10/8y'23. a leading firm of i Wool Brokers states: — j Heavy earthy wools and many low grade and faulty wools can : be SCOURED with advantage to the grower. j Consign all your wool for treatment to — » mum HA1GH & SON, LTD. j COL LING WOOD WORKS, LIVERPOOL. j City Office: { 4 O'Conneil Street, Sydney. ' j Mahout Tea C. E. MURNIN Ltd. Tea Importers and Station Suppliers S Gresham Street, Sydney

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

J' XMli . Seasoffli life. I ' 3®JdL' pes? 11b, ' . . - New- .-Zeaksadl; .Loam & LfA ? ,

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

~ ^ Wool-ou of Store V- and off to tho mills. But not before ,(?, '' I. ^ Ha full v&lue has been Becured for its o to tier's pocket. That is a con JT . atantly dbs&rVed rule at Winchcombe, . Ii ' 'yw Carson's Sydney warehouse; Mil , ^he flrhl'S capable work in valuing ' 16 ^^^^Vand all other particulars ensures that result with every bale. Winchcombe. Carson's success and popularity as selling brokers ia entirely due to their determination and consistency in making good sales; w _ Consign the CHp to . . Winchcombe, Carson Ltd.

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

Yoe have a right | ? to bigger profits! t There's no point in letting your profits stream away with the skim milk to feed to the pigs. Make the most of your milk supply. The Sharpies Suction-feed Separator will collect every tiniest par ticle of cream, at no matter what speed you turn the handle. That's the big idea of the Suc tion-Feed. It draws just as much milk from the supply-can as it can skim thoroughly. Write and find out all about it! I Mssm&Wb.O 7-11 Market Street, Sydney. Adelaide Street, Brisbane.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SYDNEY WOOL TRADE. SPECIAL WEEKLY REVIEW The Wool Trade in Racess VALUES FIRM LITTLE WOOL AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

T1HP SVDNPV W HOI' TRAHF ' '? oc?s~' ii ii Lk-d ^ -&? jLJ'A '\jiu=j i VV a, iTx-s MLViLd sea-' SPECIAL WEEKLY REVIEW ' The Wool Trad® in Recess V-: -??'? ?? -. ? ? . ?». ? ? ? ? .& ' ? . V ? — t ,, ; ? VALUES FIRM ? ; . LITTLE WOOL AVAILABLE. Tho wool ioarket locally has boon exceptionally quiet, and a particularly quiet winter season is ahead. Very little wool is available, but what sales have token place liavo been at yery fall values. AUSTRALIAN WOOL STATISTICS. * A return prepared by th® National Council of wool selling brokers of Aus ? traiia shows that receipts of wool into store up to March 31 amounted to 1,607,940 bales, of which 1,540,077 boles had been sold, and 16,759 bales shipped making the total disposals 1/556,836 bales, and leaving 61,104 bales in store, of which 14,719 bales represented passed-in wools, and 36,385 bales unoffered wools. The return does not include two days of the Sydney sales, and the balance fin store is about 20,000 bales less than...

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

'NO. MORE- RABBITS ; FTOTOATO^S Write for Particulars to JT. H. HICKS LTD. :: MASCOT, SYDNEY STRYCHNINE = In lota of — lpOoz. BOoz. Smaller lots. Carnegie's Pure English 4/5 4/6 4/8 Hulie's „ „ 4/11 5/- 5/1 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. We guarantee and recommend Carnegie's. . F. W. WILLIAMS &'CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydney. i

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEMI-FINALS AND FINALS. THE WEEK'S BEST GALLOPS. TUESDAY, APRIL 15. RANDWICK TRACK PROPER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

SEMI-FINALS AND FINALS. THE WEEK'S BEST GALLOPS. TUESDAY, APRIL 15. RANDWICK TRACK PROPER. Claro's seven in 1-29, sectional times were one in llj, four in 52 sees; five in 1-5, and the final, -six in 1-17 Jd. - ? Duko Isinglass: seven' in 1-30*. All Sunshine aud Valdoona each registered 1.31 over the same distance. s . The Rover and The Hawk each set 1 441 for a mile. Drongo (Lewis), and Stand By (Wil son), ten furlong's in 2.14}, with -the latter apparently holding something in reserve. 'Brown Rajah beat Master Cagou by half a length over the same course in 2.14i. Comptroller, who started out with them was tailed off. Mirthmaker ran eleven furlongs in 2.27Jd. From a barrier start Mont Clair beat Braehead and Spearfelt over five in 1.4$, Mont Clair completed the six in 1.183. Our Prince beat Easingwold and Otacre over seven in 1.31id. VICTORIA PARK. The Wild Goose four in 50 i, wide out from the rails.

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

DROPPERS GATE TIMBER HIHGES FENCING. WIRE NETTIKG, ETC MATE'S LIMITED ALBURY ESTABLISHED 1SS0. (Mention tMs paper vahen eraprirmg.)

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sport of Kings—and Others A "Fast" Morning at Randwick The Watchers of the Tracks [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

The Sp@sf @f Kmg§— asud Others By Break-®' -Bay ? A. ''Fasf ' Morning at Randwick The Watchers of the Tracks ; 'Out in the grey cheerless cliill of the morning light, , -? Out on the track where the night-shades still lurk, ? ' 'Ere the first gleam of the Sun-God's returning light, Around come the racehorses early at work.' . — Patterson. t. ,'.V* Of the eighty thousand people who will see the Cup on Mon j - 'day. how many have attended a 'fast' morning at RandwickP Most of them can tell of the watch-breaking gallops of their fancies as glibly and ap accurately as the permanent watchers of the tracks. ' ?, Yet how many have the slightest idea of the training stunts ? and gallops — and of the untiring catchers in good weather and in bad for the worth-while trials. Take Tuesday last I t It- had been noised around at Mon day's settling that some of the Autumn Meeting, candidates would 'go oft.' Coupled with the number of country and inter-state visitors immediately ? connected with hor...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL MARKET REPORTS VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 April 1924

TOOL JiMBET MSWTS V ' \ VIEWS OE WOOL SELLING BROKERS Many items of interest to woolgrowers will be found in the appended reports of wool soiling brokers. At present, very little wool is available, and tie trade is naturally quiet. The wool position is vm changed, and the activity in consuming centres con tinues. Prospects for the new clip are discussed in the appended reports:-— Winchccmbe, Carson, Ltd. Production of wool in Australia for the 1922-23 season ending June 30 next, is expected to show a decrease of about 260j000 bales compared with the pre ceding year. Tho latest stock returns indicate that tho Commonwealth is pas turing 76,758,747 sheep. At present the Australian pastoral outlook is much nor© favorable than 12 months ago, and a heavier clip from the flocks can, there fore bo reasonably anticipated. The drop in last year's clip was caused more hv +Jia cut of wool ner sheeD than b.v a sharp decline in stock num bers. If the sheep at present held give an average increase...

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 — 25 April 1924

STOCK, A5MD STATION (Continued from page 16.) CENTRAL WESTERN PROPERTY— SHEEP IN WOOL 7.000 ACRES FREEHOLD, picked country, red and black soil, grows both grass and herbage. Very fattening and heavy carrying. Well and permanently watered. Ntco home, men's quarters,, necessary outbuildings. PRICE. — £3/12/6 per acre* Good terms can be arranged. 6,000 Young Sheep, In the wool at 30/- per head. We have a good personal knowledge and STRONGLY RECOMMEND. Further particulars from — HAIN AND SEARIGHT, Loftus Stroot, Sydney. FOR PRIVATE 3AL1E THAT EXCELLENT PROPERTY KNOWN AS' ' KOOREGAH ' Situated 8 miles from Ulamambri Siding, in the Sure Wheat District of Purlewaugh N.S.W. ABKJL. — 2784 ACRES, ex. Roads, TITLE: Homestead Farm, Residence completed. COUNTRY. — The soll3 are red, black and chocolate, mainly basalt country, tim bered with white box, and an exceptionally heavy growth of kurrajong. WATER. — The property Is watered by well, equipped with 10,000 gallon tajiks and troughlng and dam...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

STUD /T\ROUGHT RESISTANT). Founded 1853, to Pippins, Wan \XJ ganella, 'Emperor' Rambouiliet, 1863. Ono man's (W. B. Sanger) flock, 40 years. Top wool and mutton com bination. Always increases wool values, lambing returns, and surplus values. Catalogued rams 30^d greasy. 'Shafty super 60's, yielding particularly well' (wool brokers). 'Big smooth wethers, booked 12 months advance, big percentages, long shafty wool.' 'Your rams get even line out of come backs and xbds' (buyers' reports). Decrease annual losses, and management exs. Three ram buyers, 8/26 years' constant users, 'clips' all wool grown averaged 31'^d, 32% d, and 34d, situated Bombala, Wangaratta, Adelong, Wangamong's great strength is its great average and evenness, testified to by some BOO breeders. Half century, oblong punchhole near ear. WANGAMONG PASTORAL COMPANY, Central Rlverlna, Daysdale, N.S.W. Sale of Show Bullocks at Flemington Pitt, Som & Badgery Ltd. Sold Account T. H. WELLS, 'Sheet-of-Water,' Lake Carg...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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REDUCTIONS IN HERD-TESTING FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

reductions in HERD-TESTINC FEES. Instead of charging the breeders of pure^bred dairy cattlo £6 per head per annum, as it was fixed in th© original scheme, the Minister has made a concession to ''those breeders who have cows coiuing in between Jan. 1st and March 31st, and thoso be tween April 1st and June 30th. The first mentioned will only be charged £2 10s, and the second, lot of breeders 30/-. The effect of this will be that dairy-farmers and breod ersj who have cows( coming in now, which will be available for testing, can start their testing next month, instead of waiting till July 1st. and thus losing three months oi' testing. This is a ((ood move. Anything, that will popularise testing is good for the industry, and the more testing our herds get the bettor, so as to cut out the boarders. Other countries, liko Denmark, go solidly for it, and the result is that their production per head ia much greater than ourB.

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 — 25 April 1924

j STOCK'- & STATIOH | tJ SHEEP TO ACRE LAND. £4 2s lOd AN ACRE EROXnnTY FEDERAL CAPITAL: 1810 AGRE& PBIOE : £7500. Freehold basis. On TVirrr-i. Well watered by creeks. Great fattening country. About 100 Aoros lucorno fHtff 4 nottod aroaa. Oottago, otc. Great .? procpootlvo valuo. c Full parts, from— _ ? PTT T, SON and BADGEEY, VTp., Sydnoy. ? ? ? ? ? 3 GOULBURN (N.S.W.). 1 2023 STORE CATTLE 0003 f t THURSDAY NEXT, 1st MAY, 1924. S . H. WHEATLEY'S : SPECIAL CATTLE SALE. 5 1200 BULLOOKS, 3, 4 and 5 years old. !! ? THESE AEE HERFORDS AND DURHAM- £ HEREFORD CROSSES. Abb GOOD SORTS T AND DOLORS, A LARGE NUMBER OF ® THEM STATION BRED. CONDITION IS b GOOD TO FORWARD, MANY BEING 9 BEEFY. THEY WILL BE CAREFULLY nr.ARHKn AND SOLD IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. 500 STEERS. 1V4 to yoara. m HEIFEBS, 2 and 3 years old. 500 MIXED QATTLE. All Cattlo will bo eold right out without reserve. 1 Trucks available at Storo Stook Bates. \ ? GOULBURN. THURSDAY NEXT, 1st MAY, at 1.30 p.ra. sharp...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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GOSSIP Christening Ships [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

[?] Christening Ships | rnflE. otlicr .day I read s ? joko'in a pap -tt- or (J, .thial; it wds in- tlio 'National Review' )'thiit'ran somctMng liko thh): -^'Proiubitioniat :. 'I tljijik it ia a very wicked idea to cfanaten a &hip with champasn©.' Anti-Pi-oMbitioai^fc : fhtet it Ib an Idea that oa^iit to be encouraged by yonr teetotaUcja : you christen a Ebip with dbaihpagns and sho takes to water, and stayo there nil vao res» or aer .me/ ' I'm net mm Low mnch of a jo&e Is In that story, but it all depobda on tho point of view. To mo, the joli® lica in tho fact that wo chmion aliips with champsgno, and I ' ask: 'Why do we. ' christen snips at all? '? Wo hardly over think about tho 5 nioaning of anything, or question tho origin of a domestic custom, but you .would think that somebody would ask why wo christen a ship at ali on her being, launched. The meaning of the word 'christen' io very clear and simple; it ia the tokon of initiation into the church of Christ. Our wa...

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