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Our Sheep and Wool Industry [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

Our Sheep and Wool Industry Dr. Kater, M.L.C., President of the Grasiors* Association, speaking at the Annual Meeting of the N.S.W. Chamber of Agriculture laat week, touched upon the position -of the . sheep and wool industry. He quoted statistics that deserve the ser ious consideration of our statesmen. They boar directly upon the national necessity of increasing ' our sheep numbers — and maintaining the increase. His remarks on the depredations of the dingo in tho North-West and Far West of this Stat^ are very much to the point, and moro particularly the graziers in those parts will appreciate them. Dr. . Kater said ; I wish to pay a tribute to the ex cellent work dono by tho Bureau. Through tho courtesy of Sir Josoph i have had the privilege of attending the Annual Conference last yoar at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, and was much struck with tho character of tho proceedings and the amount of use ful subjoct matter which was discussed. Agriculture began in a unscientific w...

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

Sheep and CaUlo Dr. Earle Page, Federal Troao urer, speaking at the opening of the new Progressiva rooms In Sydney, said In part; — 'If we turn to the question of sheep, we find that the number of cheep have declined In tho 10 years from 93,000,000 to 82,000,000, or a decrease of 11 per oent. of the total and, when one recognises that our wool exports contribute about 40 per cent, of our total exports, It will be seen how necessary It Is to conserve this Industry by suit able legislation, by fair and Just taxation, and how stupid Is a policy which attempted to wring, not merely the last, but more than the last drop of blood out of the pastorallsts by the confiscatory land legislation, and unfair system of taxation. 'Cattle have Increased In num ber from just on 12,000,000 In 1911 to 14,800,000 In 1921. This Increase hns been largely due to the fact that If the excess had been killed, it would have been ImpoBBlblo to have sold the product abroad. I hope that the future will provo to ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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CONTROLLING THE RABBIT NO "CHEAP CURE" YET. Mr. Le Seeuf's Views [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

CONTROLLING THE RABBTT !1» NO 'CHEAP CURE' YET. Mr. Le Soeuf's Views Mr. A. Lo Soouf (Curator of tho Sydney Zoological Gardens), lecturing at tho Sydney Show on practical me thods of controlling rabbits, rats, and mice. Most of our native rodents, ho said, wero as primitive in their way as marsupials. Thev were bush dwellers. and did not enter our houu@st- tho greater portion living in tho central districts, well away from human habi tations. Only 0110 Australian species tho long-haired rat of Queensland, had been reported to reach plague num bers or go on the devastating march that was characteristic of this family the world over. It seemed as if most of our Austra lian rats would bo ousted by imported speoies, for with one or two excep tions, the best that Australian rats and mice could do in the way of rear ing a family was four at a time, aa compared with from 10 to 16 or tho foreigner. IMPORTED. Wo owed nearly all our troubles with rodents, Mr. Le Soeuf continued, to tho import...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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EAGLE HAWKS ATTACK SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

EAQLE HAW ICS ATTACK 8HEEP. Tho stock inspector in Coonamble P.P. district (Mr. E. Russ) states it lias boon reported to him that eagle hawks have killed about. 130 big lambR by alighting on the animals' backs and making n hole over tho loins. One owner witnessed this mode of attack.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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What is a Living Area ? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

What is a Living: Area ? I 'If wo aro to have proper set tlement, proper development for the future of this State, we must have bigger/ Ideas as to the areas to bo allottod to our settlers,' said the Minister of Lands (Mr. Wearne), In opening the annual conferenco of staff surveyors. 'Small areas,' oald Mr. Wearne, 'will never get uo anywhere. Wo must givq to land eattlerg some thing more than the prospeot of a bare living.' 'We want to give them Mine thing to llva for. We find too many of tho eons of farmers drift ing to the city of Sydney( I be lieve this could be otoppgd In a degreo by a more liberal appor tionment of tho living area. 'I hove tried when allotlng land, .to make available sufficient for a married man or men, with pro spects of a family, Instead of for single men. There have been too many cases In the past of settlers unable to extepd owing to the over-improved and overcapitalised settlements In the area. I want you to realise it Is better to have one man living hap...

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Shearers' Claims IN QUEENSLAND £3 a Hundred. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

SIheararo0 Claims & ? ?u»» IE QDEMMB ' ; S3 a BohM. . ' ;; The A.W.U. in Queensland has lodged claims for. shearing and station labor. For shearers the rat© claimed ia £3 per hundred. Th© present shearing rata in Queensland is 40s. For station hands, £4 10s a wook and keep ia claimed. Also a 44-hour week. It ia oxpected tfliat tho claims will come before tho Queensland Court at an early dato. Probably the A.W.U. , in speaking of its claims will talk of th© nigh pric© of wool. For months the official organ of tlie A.W.U. have been featuring th© wool prices and asserting that tho wool growers of Australia af© having th© richest times imaginable. No mention is raudo of last year's drought, the shortage in the wool dip, and th© failure of the lambing. Natu rally, the A.W.U. sees only ono side of the argument.

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

Ploaso tell tho Advertiser -.m that you saw it In tho 'Stock and Station -J Journal.'

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JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO., sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

:(1 JOSEPH LEEDS AND CO., sold: - . L H. Newman, Coonamble, 77 obk wv 44/7 ; C. Quinn, Nyngan 10 cbk 1 39/4, * 109 39/7, 10 85/7, 117 85/6. 14 85/4, =» 40 80/1, 10 xbds. 86/10 ; T. H. Traverfl, Moree, 13 xw 44/10, 8 42/1, 10 w 40/10:) 58 39/10; E. J. McDowell, Ulamambri.J 8 xw 36/1, 109 x© 35/4, 73 34/1; H.l J. Green, Coonamble, 43 cbk w 40/10,1 102 w 37/4. 97 33/10, 17 r and stags s ^ 33/10, 10 xl and h 32/-; 3». W. Hodges, ) Moppin, 23 w 40/10, 7 xw 40/10, *19 xe; 40/10, 34 © 89/4, 8 xh 37/7; H. T. f Fisher, Coonamble, 47 cbk w 38/10, 621 34/7, 29 cbk h 32/10, 52 xe 36/4, 29) 82/4, 59 sh 1 23/4, 111 sh e 21/4; W. j T. Munro, Gular, 91 © 35/4, 96 31 /7;', J. W. Robinson, Canowindrn, 68 xh : 36/7, ,80 xo 36/7, 16 xw 36/7; Long andi Tindal, Moree, 103 w37/l, 76 32/1 ; Dim-* beroi Est., Gunnedah, 88 xh 34/7, 19 1 f 1 27/4, 23 stags 31/1, 91 1 27/6, 186 , 25/4 ; L. 0. Terrey, Kelso, 20 w 35/10, : 173 35/7, 97 32/1, 89 xl 33/4, 45 28/10, | 35 xe 29/7, 34 xbred 25/10; A. Steven- r son, a...

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PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD. sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD. sold: * J. K. Mockay, Curlewis, 35 cbk w 47/10, 78 44/7 . 31 42/1, 87 w 44/10, 124 41/10, 43 38/7; A. Kinleside, Greenethorpe, 52 w 46/4, 93 43/7 to 44/4, 36 42/7; J. Corcoran. Goorama, 38 w 43/4, 108 41/7, 49 39/1; Brind lev Park Pastoral Co.. Merriwa, 47 w 42/4, 100 39/10, 38 37/4, 62 0 36/10, 35 cbk h 35/1 ; Dromore Stn., Chakola, 30 w 41/4, 54 38/1 .'46 37/4, 28 xh 40/10, 89 xl 38/1. 43 32/10; J. Smalle.v, Orange, 157 cbk w 37/7 to 37/10, 170 40/7, 30 xe 35/1, 35 31/1; W. J. .Braft gett, Coolah. .34 0 25/7, 22 x 1 30/4, 11 w 3d I- 4ft vw 40/1. R7 cHc w 37/10. 8' xe 36/7, 64 33/10; A. Hunter, Gil :andra, 102 xe 39/10, 107 35/7 ; Chas. Jinnie, Spring Ridge, 55 xw 38(4, 21 17/1, 79 xh 36/1,. 23 34/4; Col© Bros., rlolong, 53 xl 38/4, 45 34/7, 9 xw Mid 1 36/7 ; N. Maynard, Coonamble, 46 e 14/4, 33 29/10, 64 xe 38/4, 17 35/7, 12 1 32/1, 13 28/10; W. Moon, Coon imble, 62 1 35/10, 37 32/1, 24 x© 37/10, !6 31/4 ; A. H. Capel, Barraba, 114 xo &3/1...

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CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE CO., LTD. sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

? * * i CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AMO Pf30« - OUCE CO., LTD. Thoa. Booth, Gunning, 94 w 48/1; M. Carroll, Molong, 5 xw 48/1, 33 xo 34/11, 10 xl 34/10, 28 33/11, 20 32/4,' W. McCaig, Temora, 19 xw 41 AO, 30 xo 37/7, 12 xh 37/7, 32 w 38/7; W. Fletcher, Walcha Road, 116 w 41/7, 80 39/10, 43 36/-, 32 36/7 ; F. Miller. Mores. 90 w 40/8, 192 37/11, 20 37/10, 63 34/1 ; Major F. Lowther, Crcrfton, J Glen Innes, 17 xw 40/1, 59 e 36/4, 10 ™ 35/1, 50 34/9, 31 34/5; H. P. Cowpor, Coonamble. 42 wh 39/7, 20 xo 36/7, S3 36/5; H. Osborne, Bungendore, 10 xl 39/4, .50 39/-, 66 36/4, 10 86/11, 81 35/4, 84 33/1; John Scott, Wallend been, 108 . xl 38/10, 42 36/10; . Last Bro3., Cootamundra, 14 x© 38/4, 34 xl 82/1, 47 xl 29/10, 6 rl 27/7 ; E. B. Mat tere, Carcoar, 8 xl 38/1, 34 37/6, 9 xe 35/41' 41 xl 28/10; J. Kidston, Novor tire, 90 w 37/7, 27 xw 37/2, 72 w 38/4, » 30 1 32/1, 77 r 29/10; J. L. Brooks, 9 Wallendbeen, 32 w 37/7, 15 xl 87/4; Les. Williams, Keiso, 20 xe 37/4, 24 36/6, 52 34/8; Eric Kidston, Never ...

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Punters Lose Name and Address (Continued from page 13.) Sea Prince Colt Tops Sales VALAIS BOOM STIFFENS AVERAGE. CHRYSOLAUS STOCK IN DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

Punters Lose Name and Address ( Continued from page 13.) Sea Prince Colt Tops Sales — — — ? ? VALAIS BOOM STIFFENS AVERAGE. CHRYSOLAUS STOCK IN DEMAND. For Edward Moss, Easter, 1924, has been a period of seconds. '? A tactical error in iockeyship robbed him of the Sydney Cup. — his Stony ran second. \Yhen people were told that Jfed Moss secured the' highest priced ot! the Valais bunch at Inglis' Yearling Sales on the fol lowing day for 2000 guineas, most people thought that he had topped the sales. But he had not. To Cecil Godby, with the chestnut colt by Sea Prince (imp.) from. Crosslike , belonged the distinction. llz paid 2150 guineas for his fancy. May he have unother Heroic ! Five other of the Valais bunch topped the thousands — the only one that did not being the filly from, V e.lox , which Cecil Godby got for 900 guineas. The seven averaged 145 guineas. In fact, for those youngsters not absolutely ultra-fashioned, offers were slow and lacked pep. The shy bidding was attribute...

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RAILWAY SLEEPERS. LONGER LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

RAILWAY 8LEEPERQ. LONGER LIFE. The West Australian Commissioner for Railways (Colonel Pope) states that the chief engineer of the Ways and Works Branch, has invented n pro cess which extends the life of railway sleepers. It is a composition poured hot into the enlarged hole In the sleeper caused by the moving dog spike, which is driven In while the composi tion la still prastic. When the composition has cooled tin spike is as firmly fixed as when driven into new timber. On one section where it was intended to renew 8000 sleepers, through the dogspike holes becoming too big, the use of the new process had saved nearly £7000, while the corro sion of the dogspike by moisture was prevented. The process is now applied to about 8,000,000 sleepers in the railway ser vice, about 530,000 of which had previ ously to be renewed each year. There ia talk in England of some of the Liberals going over to the Labor Party, and tho rest linking up with tho Conservatives. Seems that the name Liberal s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

? ? J j AGENTS THAT ISPLJL- STOCK- & '. property in! ''?'THE COUNTRY '''??' ? ? ? ? ''I nmt«M«»a— agBanm-.'— ? -u*'* , BAME0MM3. P. H. GSwAcn. BLAYNEY. H. S3. fJ. Pi£3tt. B00B&E, £3. EH. VJGZQb COHDOBOMM. &2» C. Koulds?. CB9. OFCS33 & C3« 3. Rn£»tt & ca, ] COOLAE. ' :'.? . . gsalSy: a Co. ' ''???' 1 ' ' OOOMA, h. -T. ea. bos3. COONAMBLE. ®^&55S®u223, &e?t & Go, 9 Ud. CO* , fin'' u. G2S3 & ©i* a, ?$, ®zg&, fisqs^a *i?£3EgJ5S3 & C0. ?GOULBURN. ©. M. ^feKlKS?. 61, U BSQZ&&8S& GI LGM5DBA. - 'X 4l , T* . GLOTJCESTEH. , 1 etgtttewgias & co. .' , tst® ssamsstua -f 6©asl39 wasSslsSJ & ®o» GUNDAGAI. 'lV, 6. Kst» & B& ?;. ? E. A. Tout & Co. Shepherd a Oslo. ;:; .' .;;'/^v. .. . ' .:v ' - ' :' GUNNING. q. E. Ardill. s guyra. A, A. Broun & Co. HAY. WilUineon & Lavendar, Ltd. HILtLSTON. R&nken & Knoshtn. KEMPSEY. C...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKET Market Report and Record of Sales. THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 1924. An Invaluable Reference for Stockowners. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

HOMERI '-FAT 1 3\te^ei B V ilfl Ct3 « Jl JL cki P' ' '^d ''' ' ©i~ Sales, j ? THURSDAY ? , -SHEEP. About 39,000 forward. Quality good. Market weaker' daring early: sales, but improved to about last day's rates and closed strong. There were 40,490 eheep listed for oalo from 248 owners and about 39,000 wero forward)? These comprisod all descriptions of morinoa and crossbrods, with odd pens of comebacks hero and thore. Tlio general quality was about on a par wiih the average of late. There was & fairly good showing of prime aheap, occasional pens of extra prime and the major portion of the supply consisted -rf fair to good trade mutton. Medium to plain Bhoep were also fairly well in evidence, bat as really poor sorts were comparatively scarce, the general quality of the offering was again satisfactory for trade purposes. There i^aa a good attendant of buy era and a largo number of visitors. The latter, in tnoir anxiety to use the sheep soldi on a few occasions affected tho bidd...

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C. L. MARTINEER seeds [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

0. L. S3AR1HN£EB 6®&h Driver Bros., Coonabarabran, 61 e 42/4, 163 39/1, 20 38/1, 94 35/10, 84 xe 36/-; E. Driver, ditto, 63 obk © 38/10,' 34 36/10, 38 xw 44/4; Mrs. A. P. Douglas, Summervale, 9 xl 36/4; A. P. Douglas, ditto, 28 xl 33/4, 62 32/1, 8 xe 33/4; J. Stewart, Gunnedah, 102 w 29/6; J. Harris, Werris Creek, 44 w 33/7 . 48 29/7, 8 xh 36/1; J. Russell, 1 104 w 29/6.

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J. H. BEALE AND CO., sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

J. H. BE ALE AND-OO^- soldi--- ' J. B. Coulton, Gravesend, 91 w 31/4, 47 30/1, 49 28/1: J. Nelson, Grenfell, 57 w 34/7, 49 30/4; Western Agents, Geurie, 160 w 32/10, 22 32/10; A. Coulton, Gravesand, 47 w 30/1.

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BADGERY BROS., LTD. sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

i I BADCERV BROS.. LTD. sold: G. Graham, Farley, 74 xw 30/10, 39 26/10; H. Whitten, Quirindi, 38 xe 135/7, 19 32/1, 10 xo 27/1, 14 26/4, 9 19/7.

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AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD., Sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD., Sold: Estate late F. E. Body, Tamarang, 196 w 41/7, 60 39/7, 140 38/10, 64 36/10; Hazeldean, Ltd., Cooma, 25 obk w 37/4, 20 36/7, 14 xl 39/4, 68 xe 37/1, 26 34/1, 25 xl 34/1 ; D. Sinclair, G*ong Grong, 40 cbk w 49/4, 40 xl 33/4; O. J. Galagher, Capertee, 20 xw 39/10, 30 38/10, 13 38/4, 20 38/-; G. J. Cooley, Woodstock, 27 w 42/1, 40 37/4, 25 32/10, 64 cbk 1 34/4, 42 31/4 ; W. Eoxsell, Wallendbeen. 71 cbk w 44/4, ia 39/7 ; S. Boxsell, ditto, 10 xl 37/4, 33 36/10; Southern Agents, Harden, 83 xl 39/11, Ifl /--ilr a S3/7- n A Rinolair. GronE Grong, 113 xl 36/4 ; S. R. Coward, Cowra. 109 w 33/7 ; E. King, ditto, 9 cbk w 36/4, 61 w 35/1: R.. W. Webb, Tnrana, 8 xw 42/1, 13 w 32/1, 11 w 28/1, 11 xl 35/7, 11 xo 35/4, 36 xl 29/1. 8 e 28/1 ; J. J. Linn an© Perthville, 30 xw 37/7, 16 xw and h 34/4, 40 xe 30/4; M. sf. Locke, Wambool, 39 x and cbk w 34/4, 44 w 32/7, 20 x and cbk © 29/4; Southern Agents, Harden, 20 w 37/7, 37 37/4, 43 33/10...

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COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD, sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING I CO., LTD, sold: W. Price and Sons, Mullengudgory, 22 h 38/7, 66 35/1, 17 31/7, 31 1 36/10, 63 35/10, 11 s 31/1; E. Jackson, Bel lata, 21- xh 38/4, 10 38/1, 36 35/10, 26 33a; W. G. Grace, ditto, 13 xw 36/4, 63 A 34/4, 10 33/4, 30 32/- ; 40 sh xl 29/1, 86 26/10, 30 23/1, 32 xl 28/-; Wm. Maher, Moree, 21 w 34/10, 82 31/4, 97 29/10, 20 25/7, 63 -24/10; T. Watt, Gslgoxidra, ll4 xl 81/1, 95 29/7 ; E. O. Johnson, Nimmitabed, 26 xw 37. / 4, 41 34/10, 33 xe 35/10; Northern Agents, Worris Creek, 6 w 34/7, 17 xw 34/7, 24 to 05/lfl. 23 xl 25/4. 16 19/10, 6 sh rl 18/1; W. J. George, Torrawan, 18 xe 31/10, 5 xx 27/7, 29 xl 24/1, 22 22/-, 42 sh 1 21 AO; A. Winter, Wee mslah, 24 w 38/10, 49 xe 35/1, SO 30/1, 24 e 28/7, 88 s 31/1, 38 27/4; H. Morrow, Quandialla, 32 xl 28/7, 69 23/1; J. R. Dunn, Narromin©, 13 xe 38/1, 18 xo 36/1, 33 xl 35/4, 22 SSHi L. Mclnnes, Woodstock, 25 © 34/10; A. J. Craig, Cathundral, 45 xl 34/1, 34 31/7, 16 w 32/-, 5 e 32/-; A. J. Begley, Woodstoc...

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WILKINSON & LAVENDER, LTD., sold:— [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

WILKINSON & LAVENDER, LTD., sold:— W B and C. L. Thompson, Gular, 239 w 45/6 to 46/1, 251 42/8 ;C. Foster, Cooma, 85 w 36/10, 113 |0/7; Camden Park Instate, Menangle, 30 w 35/3, 102 xh 33/7, 68 30/10; E. R. Doyle, Tam-, worth, 28 xl 26/10. 26 21/1; J. Pull man, dit£o, 5 xh 36/7, '46 xe 37/11 , Northern Agents, Werris Creek, 34 xl and h 33/1, 66 29/1; A Keeoh Ryl stone, 23 w 38A, 22 xe 37/7; J.^ Keech, ditto, 31 w 34/1; J. Spora, 15 stags 33/1.

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