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

LEADING N.S. W. STUDS hAd©©5^ MQ liEHOiK® . ®TIJE- FOUNDED 1882. THIS stud was started by Mr. James Richmond by tho purchase Of SO Stnd liarus and 1900 aged Ewes from Wanganella. The rams wero by 'Premier,' 'Warrior,' 'No. 37.' 'No. 80,' 'TUX' and '12F.'' The sires of these rams wero represented at the Melbourne Exhibition of 1880 by their flc-cces, forming half of th Wanganella Show Case. ??Premier' and 'Warrior' were the two celebrated sires of that period. The present owner purchased the entire stud in October, 1916. FIRANC B. S. FALKINER, Haddon Big, 'Warren. RAVENSWORTH HERINO STW1 'jt OUNDED In tho GO's, on high-priced Rouse-Mudgee Blood. Big opened faced V bold sheep, deep framed, carrying a long combing, medium, fine to super-flna wool, full of sustained character. Ravensworth wool, In 1920, fetched the world's record price of 46%d In tho grease. Stud and Flock Rains for Sale. „ ERNEST MERRIMAN, Yasa, N.S.V. .©ARWOOLA MEillli© STUD BUfTOEfcSDORE, m. S. W. TRONG-constitutione...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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NOYES BROS (SYDNEY), LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

NOYES DCJOS. (8VmJ£V), LTD. Noyea Bros. (Sydney), Ltd.V 115 Clar ence-st., Sydney, are; as usual, well to the fore. Their exhibit, Stand No. 51, Machinery Avenpe, was most compre hensive, and of Bpecial interest to the' man on the land, as well as municipal shizo and electrical engineers. Included in it were the celebrated 'Blackstone' Crude Oil and Kecrotsene Engines, 'Beatall Pioneer' Petrol En gines, 'Bar fold and Perkins' Motor Road Rofl&ra, 'darrett' Super Steam Waggons, 'Thorayeroft' Motor Lor rraa, _ 'Little Western' Road Graders, Special Irrigation Pumps and Pump ing Heads. This firm are also agents for tho celebrated 'Aveling and Por ter' Road Constrroctioa Plants. Other exhibits shown were 'Parkin- son' Australian-made A.C. Motors and working parts. (IS 'Parkinson' motors were to be seen driving the maohinery _ at Bebarfald's furniture manufacturing exhibit). Anderson's 'Red Hand' building material includ ing 'Rok' Roofing Felt, ' 'Siderosthen' Anti-Oorrcaive Paint...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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JOHN BANKS AND SONS, PTY., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

J0HD3 DAWKS AND SONS, PTY., LTtl. Danks gave an interesting demon stration of new ideas in cooking, build ing and irrigation — three of the great est wants of man. Electricitv cooking was demonstrate! with the McClary Electric Range, a new and modern cooking devioe with many advantages. 1 no nicest grada tions of temperature can be obtained by turning the twitches on to 'hijih, medium or low,' as required. Onc- tho cooker haa been warmed up the cur rent can be turned 'off' and the ranp/j wiH go on cooking or boiling. Tho r®ason is — the range is insulated and retains heat like a fireless cooker or a baker's oven. This makes it very economical to run. Another good point is that tho oven requires no air for combustion, with the good result that meats and joints do not lose weight by shrinkage — but bake to a melting ten derness. Housing is a problem of the da.. . Danks showed a section of a cottar ; wall built on the Dampney Concrete System. It consists of bearers, studs, and slabs, a...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THE FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE IMPLEMENT COMPANY, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

THE FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE IE3PLE&3EHT COMPANY, LTD. Prominent among the large exhibi tors of machinery is a new company named the Farmers' Co-operative Im plement Company, Ltd. This new company haa lately purchased the ex tensive worha recently carried cm by James Martin and Company, Limited, at Concord West, and the new com pany mm miue a very awraotive display of farm implements and machi ne^, such as the latest type oil en gines, from 1$ to 6 h.p., both portable and stationary, the 'Peterbro,' an English tractor, ploughs, harrows, etc. Practically every class of farming im plements and machinery waa included in this most varied collection. In the section Bet apart for the dis play of ploughs, harrows, cultivators, grain and fertiliser drills, new pattern combined drill cultivators, etc., there is a good array shown jn e^ery con ceivable size and pattern, suitable for the man with a few acres to the one who has his thousands. ihe exmbit, which attracted consi derable atten...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THE COMMONWEALTH BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

THE C0K3E30NWEATH BANK. A temporary branch of the Common wealth Bank was. opened in the new members' grandstand, for the conveni ence of the public. Ordinary banking business was carried on here, even to the opening of current accounts and savings bank accounts. It remained open on ordinary Show days, and at the Show's evening sessions, the dosing time was 10 p.m.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARCUS, CLARK AND CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

F3ARCUS, CLARK AND CO., LTD. A rich and attractive display of house furnishings was to be seen at the pavi lion of Marcus Clark and Cov Ltd., The lounge furniture was rich and beautiful m color, and design. There was, too, a beautiful dining-room suite in Queensland maple, with mole finish, that would gladden the heart of the most fastidious housewife, a divan suite of three pieces in Ruhen's velvet, bedroom suites in Sycamore, silver beech, and maple. There was also a good display of lamp shades, and listening-in sets, while car pets, drapings, and other home luxuries in furnishings, artistic in the extreme, were well placed and nicely arranged. The effect of the whole display was enhanced by valuable works of art in oils hung on the walls of this pavilion.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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ANTHONY HORDERN AND SONS, AGRICULTURAL PAVILION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

ANTHONY HORDERM AND S4K£3, AGRICULTURAL PAVILION. The popular Block 14 firm, in addi tion to new pavilion, had a good machinery dispay on its own over near the District Exhibits Hall. It com prised a selection of farm and garden implements, pumps, etc., windmills, etc. Here, also, was to be seen the 'Challenge' Hyatt Roller Bearing Windmill in corner order. An interesting exhibit, B*afldc3or pump, capable of lifting 1400 gallons an hour, and driven by a 6 h.p. Challenge engine, attracted much attention. This engine is self-lubricating and besides the pump was also driving a ©orn crusher and a corn-aheller. Quite a novel invention shown here is the Wisard motor mower.- Yoa may now mow- your lawn- by raotor power. In the collection was noticeable a large ensilage cutter, also ploughs, Dix harrows, seed-sowers, scoops, rollers, forges, and centrifugal pumps.

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TILLOCK AND CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

TILLOCK AC3D CO., LTD. Messrs. Tiliock and Co., Ltd., as® popularly known aa 'Pure Food Special ists,' and judging . by the exhibit shown in their own pavilion, ckeo to the District Exhibits Hall, they have good reason to bo proud of the claim. Stand irvrr ricrht oat in the exhibit wea a fine arrangement of the real bottled articles known aa Aunt Mary's selected preser ves, and Aunt Mary's flavoring essen ces, of which latter there are 20 varie ties. But behind those written large, everywhere one looked, was Aant Mary's Baking Powder, and objective evidence cf the fact in the numbers of scon qs that were being turned out by those in charge of the cooking demon stration, to keep pace with the demand in tho tea room within tho pavilion, where Hob tea, the firm's special line, waa served to their patrons. 'Aunt Mary's pure food products east a little more, but are worth a lot more.' That was what their advertising man said, and, judging by appoaranma, ho ia evi dently right.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THORPE'S, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

THORPE'S, LIMITED. 'The finest exhibit and samples of stock feeds ever shown in Australia' was the verdict of a stock man over heard in the large pavilion of this well known Sussex-street firm. It was situated close to tho big hall of district exhibits, and no stock man whether in terested in cattle, horses. sheeD. Dies. or poultry could fail to find interest there, and to gain knowledge of 'Thorpe's Way' of doing things in theso da^s when stock-owners are anxious to make the most of breeding and marketing of stock. Not only did they show in bulk the man nurtured stock feeds — three lines of whiali are O.K. dairy food, g&oisd* ard dairy foed, and standard hoico feed, consisting of from 10 to 16 par cent, molasses — and a laying cf miah tinH a balanced ration for ne&a, bat how these feeds are mado up. Thorpe's high-grade feeds aro well known throughout Australia, and New Zealand, Mid every day they hxsvo ad ditional evidence that their way is fast b coaming the popula...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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MARK FOYS, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

MARK F0YS, LTD. Mark Foy's newly-completed palace, though not large in proportions, is a triumph of architectural beauty. The display of silk hosiery was uni que. It showed the actual moving models of five beautiful pairs of legs doing the high kick towards a stage representation of bald-headed Loth arios, who appeared to be taking as much interest in the display of beauty as the ordinary beauty-lovers of real life. It was more than a study of legs. It was an achievement in the art of objective advertising. There's nothing like a moving subject — even if it be an elegantly-hosed and artistical ly-frilled modeB— to draw a crowd, and these models evidenfly had real pulling force in them. Close by was a Piazza radio set, manufactured by the firm. It was en lived and made real by models of a lady and child separately receiving messages, in a country home, of the results ot the races and the Btock sales, listening in on the theatre, and bed time storiaa, all of which were artisti cally i...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1923-24 SEASON. Brokers K tha lSlf . °a- prcParcd by th° Sydney Wool Selling season, 'with a comparison of°Th »u.ctwn a,nd privately during tho 1923-24 period of tho previous season.— busmoss douo dnnng tho corresponding , i~ Cata- | — bHc5! ~ | j — — 1 . l0STO8d- ? ? ? ? — ? Total | ?fcm... ? iodu rasrfs^i, *'=?? »»-«. I. Iprovhmo cator I I osa- J ,i I cata- | lojruod. j I con — ? ? — ? ' ? ! ? llogpaa I ? j I — - ? I Balea. | Bales. I Balen. ) Ba-lcii. | Balea. A.M.L. & F. Co., Ltd. 88997 73993 1306-1 5858 92915 I 107356 Co-«p W. & P. Co., Ltd. 54717 50011 3998 10 54019 65364 Country p. S. Co., Ltd. 31085 27496 2808 10 30314 33120 Dalgety & Co., Ltd. 61357 58729 4089 38 60856 71715 F. & G. Co-op. Co., Ltd. 66521 56520 8635 12 65167 75361 Goldsbrougli, Mort & Co. 70374 63690 4716 10238 78644 103574 N.Z.L. & M.A. Co., Ltd. 75340 | 70712 3933 12 74667 88054 Pitt, Son and Badgery 60669 | 55101 4468 I 3538 63107 70369 S...

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The Wool Trade Wool Market Reports (Continued from page 22.) A.M.L. and F. CO., LTD..—(C[?]nld.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

The W oo! ' T rade Wool Market Reports (Continued from page 22.) A.M.L. and F. CO., LTD.. — (Conlcl.) Sheepskins aro selling exceptionally well, overseas buyers being tho larp;e«t operators. During tlie winter months a rather extensive business is. usually done by the local felhnongers, but owing to tho high prices of raw skins and il.. ? ? ? . : ? l.. l ? ? ? : ? I cue iibivtriv muvi |jiiuva rm'ivuu for their finished product, they find it difficult to carry on, and, in fact, many . establishments havo censed operations owing to tho fact that there is no mar gin of profit left sufficient to compen sate them for tho running of their works. During tho season scoured wool has not been selling proportionately as well as greasy, this boms* a very notice able foaiure, especially up to the end of January, since 'then this. class of wool has shown an appreciable advance, but even now, scoureds are not relatively :ik hip-li as rrroasv wools. Dalgety and Co., Ltd. Transactions in the Sydney ...

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WOOL MARKET REPORTS VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

[?] ? * ? ? VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS I The week has been decidedly an 'off week,' as far as wool selling is concerned, full advantage having been taken of the Easter holidays. The general outlook is in no way changed, and is in every respect a healthy one. Opening dates of the new season have been arranged, Sydney sales having been fixed for September 15. The appended reports of the various woolsell ing brokers contain much of interest to woolgrowers. N.Z.L. & M.A. Co., Ltd. Although t&sr© is still on hand fair quantity of wool passed in ox pre- vious catalogues, there has been prao tically no inquiry during the past week; owing to the Easter holidays. N * doubt, some inquiry will shortly bj forthcoming for these lines, when th » buyers settle down to business aftc » their recess. Arrangements have no 8 yet been completed with regard to th» final series of sales for tho statistics, year in tho Sydney market, but somii announcement in this connection will i short...

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

f STRYCHNINE In lots of — lOOoz. 50oz. Smaller lots. Carnegie's Pure English 4/5 4/6 4/8 Hulle's „ „ 4/11 5/- 5/1 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. We guarantee and recommend Carnegie's. ' F. W. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydney. Blow- fly ? Money can 't buy an absolute preventative . There is a fortune waiting for the man who , ' can produce one. Therefore don 't waste your money. Altho' ' Kelpie ' is cheap, it is more effective than 'the very high priced cures , etc. ' ?v A Station at Jcrilderio recently ordered 800 gnllono Kelpio Fly Mixture They had received 3 previous lots. Price : . 4/6 gallon -, ' 'A Antweptic, * 1 6 Gallon Drums Only. ' ' 'KELPIE' FLY-BLOWN SHEEP OIL Thte mix tare leaveo tho wool nice and soft, so that Itvcan be oaaiiv (' ehorn, and doeo not dry hard and harsh, making It Imposslblo to shear This mlj^re has been very oiiccesaful wherever used, knd beino o» THIN COMPOSITION, dresses a large number of sheep to the aallon A the*wool' or wound. Q °'' wltho...

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Arrivals of Wool 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

Arrivals of Wool 1925.24 SHASON. The following llcuros compiled by tho Syduey Wool Selling Brokers show tho quantity of wool received at Darline Har bor t/irininua durinc the present season; — Bales. I'rom July 1 to April 24 ? 629,686 Same period previous season . . 700,100 Decrcasa ? ? ? 70^X6 Tho follow ing figures of tbe arrivals of wool by sea have also been compiled by tho Sydney Wool Selling Brokers: — Bales. IjVoin' 'July ' l'to'A'iSr]l'24i;- ? ? ? ? From New South Wales ? 17,684 From Now Zeajand ? 10,668 From West Australia ? ? ? 191 Prom Victoria ? ? ? ? ? 29 From Queensland ? ? ? ? 4 From South Australia ? ? ? S3 Total ? ? ? ? 2$, 609 3amo period previous season .. 38,655 Decrease ? 9,946 TOTAL AEE1YALS 8 IN CCS JULY 1. Bales. By rail ? ? 039,685 By sea. ? ? 28,609 638,18-1 Same period previous season 7JS.6S6 Decrease ? 80,461 AB.EIVALS SINCE LAST EKPOR-T. By rail ? 1,690 By sea ? ? ? 692 2,282

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

Rates at the Yards. At Homebuuh, yesterday, Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. ' sold: i Xbred wethers from Shiel Past. Co., Woodstook ? to 41/1 * ? and Xbrcd Lambs . . to 37/10 Mer. Wethers, from Field & Webb, Coolabah ? to 39/7 Xbred Ewes, from Bome/a Station, Tambar Springs . . to 38/1 Mer. W others, from J. Norman Road, Gunnodah, ? to 37/9 ?* Xbred Ewes and Wethers, from Bentwood Past. Co. . . to 37/7 ' FOR TOP MARKET VALUES Consign Stock: Winchcombe, carson Ltd., Flomington Siding. .? V'.,-. I .V ... *- ivjt \ Send FAT CATTLE, SHEE.P, PIG^ and CALVE® TO i: 'AUSTRAOMI MERCANTILE' Australian Mereamtile Laad -& Finale® C©., Ltd. ' Offices: Telegrams: , v 4 Bligh Street, Sydney. 'Australian Mercantile,' Sydney. ,

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Sydney Record Prices GREASY 46 1/2d; SCOURED 61d. 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

Sydney Record Prices GREASY 46%d; SCOURED Old. 1323-24 SEASON. Tho following statement prepared by tlie Sydney Wool Selling Brokers ohowff tho record prices obtained la the Syd ney market during tho 1823-24 season, together with those of the' previous sen son, and for purposes of comparison, tha records obtained during tho year im mediately preceding tho war ? GHhlAsy. . ? ? 1P23-24. 1922-33. 1M3-14. ? ? a. d. d. Fleece, merino I 46 % 1 38%1 15 Necks .. .. 3!i% I 80% 13% Lrokcn „ .. 3S-4 31% 18 Jlec-?3 .. -.I 37% I 29% 13 Lambs „ 37 | 27 | 14% Bellies „ 33-4 2SV4J 11%. Black „ .. 27 17% 11 Locks „ .. 22 H 14% 8 P,eaU » ?? 33 23% 10% !? leeee, xbred 36 34% 14% Lambs, xbred 30 20 13% Fleece, cbk 39%| 36 16 v ? ? SCOURED ? Vleece, Merino — Combine ? 59% 66%) 2G% Clothing ? 61% 43 26% P,lec,es ? 64% 40 23% Acclcs ? ? — ? 22 Lanjba ? 49 34% 20% f*e''e8 ? 61%| 34% 22% ,Vc'ts ? 42 r 1«V4 ? -2 | 38% 17% £-,k|n , ? 1 61 | 64 24% Crossbred ? | 52 | 37% | 20%

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

' ' . 1 | tCHJl Wmr£- 7 ' ll '' ' ' ' A HAND INDEED The scrap of paper it holds contains six words of sound advice. Ono of the Managing Directors of Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. supervises the display, and personally values all catalogues. All sales are effected under his close control. That Bystem of complete care has character ised the firm s wjrk during the whole of tho 34 years they hava been , it} business Writa: ?Wmdheombe,. Carson Ltd. Celling Brokers s, Sydney.

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

Ireiif Sill iiiirii ii Iflii! Mi! : i Xltis Season s jpcsE® lib. 2L^sfc Sesas©sa 5 pes? Its, fey New Zealand Loan & M. A. Co., Ltd. FpT) EVENS' SPECIFIC | LTTJ i— 3 L.ZZD il The ABSolutE CURE and r,.,, ';i , ? ? ?Vr-''.'' ? n PREVENTIVE ^or FLUKE and WORSV2S, Wo Drenching, mixed with SALT I in TROUGHS, SHEEP FREED from all PARASITICAL DISEASES, and kept iD ROBUST HEALTH, SEND FOR TESTIMONIALS AND PARTICULARS. j E A. SPANSW1CK, 4 O'Connell St, Sydney | IRON — £27=5-0 ton. Best Quality ENGLISH. ^ F.O.R. Sydney. Steamer due JSth May * This is first quality English, and is duo to arrive on tho 15th Ma\ I' in J-ton cases, 26 G., good order and condition, all lengths. 1 The previous shipment that we advertised due to arrive 21st inst. is now completely solil out. Tho shipment offered above will be sold out by the end of this month if the present demand continues, so book immediately. When ordering, specify particularly this shipment at £27/5/- ton. I F. W. WILLIAMS & CO., ...

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THE SYDNEY WOOL TRADE SPECIAL WEEKLY REVIEW A Holiday Week Outlook Good BUT LITTLE BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

& THE SYDNEY WOOL TRADE , SPECIAL WEEKLY REVIEW ====== A Holiday Week ' *— ? — ™ Outlook Good but little business The Easter holidays have accentu ated tho quiot in tho local wool trade, and matters have been at a standstill. -Bayers have taken full advantage of the Easter vacation and appreciate a holiday after tho strenuous season thoy havo coir«: through. On tho selling side brokers have been busy meeting , and joojcing al ter numerous clients wno have come down for the Show, and for tho time being wool selling has been almost forgotten. THE OUTLOOK. The wool outlook is still highly _en i garaging. Tlie latest mail advices report that wool users are not fearing any immediate set-back, but are rather inclined, to look for a still dearer mar ~ ket, especially for tho fine-r descriptions. Tho hope is, however, expressed that the market will remain steady, and to assist in the development and stabi lisation of business. Users aro afraid cf being caught with stock of dear wool...

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