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

IDe'Meric's I LIGNUMVITOL j J (Life for Wood) || a decorative wood-stain and preser- |3 vative, write for samples 'of colour shades. - y; SIMPLEXOL for White Ant .and | Borer extermination, never fails. Y DO EV3ERIC LTD. 8 George Street, Sydney. | Icienfific^t Testing H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., Opticians. of 38o George Street, Sydney, will visit the undermentioned towns: — ; ARMIDALE: Tatt's Hotel, Monday, May 5th, 11.30 a.m. - 5 p.m. - WALpHA: New England Hotel, Tues day, May 6th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. TAMWORTH : Caledonia Hotel, Wed nesday, May 7th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. SCONE: Golden Fleece Hotel, Thurs day. May 8th, 12.'30 p.m. - 5 p.m. : Friday, May 9th, 9 a.m. - 11.80 a.m. GLEN INNES: Grand Central Hotel, Monday, May 12th, 2 p. in. - 6 p.m. INVERELL: Imperial Hotel, Tuesday, ' May 13th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. MOREE : Royal Hotel, Wednesday, May 14th, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. ; Thurs day, May 15th, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. QUIR1NDI: Terminus Hotel, Friday, May 16th, 10,30 a.m. - 5 p.m. MANILLA : Court House Hotel, M...

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

©FEEE UHTII, ©3st U© Save 38/= @n the Purchase of . ? A Medical .Library SPECIAL OFFER TO SUBSCRIBERS TO ' THE STOCK and STA TION JOURNAL 9 9 EXTENDED until SATURDAY, MAY 31st, 1924 . KNOWING THAT DR. MUSKETT'S GREAT WORKS, 'THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL GUIDE' and 'THE ATT AINMENT ®F HEALTH and the treatment of the different diseaoeo by means of Dieit,' are of most value to people resident in the country and far removed from medical aid, wis ;are leaking a SPECIAL OF^E it of i&e Bboks 'at ifefltioeil prices to subscribers to this paper. The offer has been accepted by a large number of readers, but so that ^every subscriber desirous of purchasing the books before Winter ailments become prevalent, may do so, we JiaVa extended the period -6£ rfche ?oiler until SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1924. 'ME PUBLISHED PRICES OF THE WORKSARE:— 3The Illustrated Australian Medical Guide . . - , X3 3 0 The Attainment of Health [?!?] ? ? run dqko i*s«i £1 s 0 £4 8 0 Until the date above-mentioned ...

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Country Stock and Station Agents. LEGISLATION TO DE ASKED FOR. THAT LONG-WAITED-FOR BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

^ — - ???' Stock &em! Sftatfloa AgenlQo LEGISLATION TO E3E ASKED FOR. T&3AT L OCiS-W AJTED-FOFJ B&LL. A well sttenfed mestnig of Country Stock fend StationAgeats' As sociation w&a held laat Tuesday evening at Aaron's Exchange, with Mr. R. Griffiths, President in tho chair. The position of tho agency business generally was fully discussed, and the necessity waa shown for something to be done in securing the passage through Parliament of the Real EBtate and Stock Agents' Bill. It was decided to urge the Minister to endeavor to get this BiU throug^h next session. Wrth. that object in view a thoroughly repre sentative deputation is being organised to wait on him during tho next ram sale week. The council has engaged Mr. H. F. McHugh, as organiser, his duties being to thoroughly organise tho whole of the reputable agents in the State, so that all the leading agents might be repre sented. Mention was mado at the meeting that Legislation had been passed in Q...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Figures That Demand Government Attention [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

i Figures That Oemand Gov^sais&ent Attention DR. Kater's remarks made on tha chsep and wool industry at t£sa Annual Meeting of the Chamber of Agriculture, and reported elsewhere in this issue, will be read with warm approval by grasiera. A distinguished sheep-breeder himself, a&d President of tho Gracsero' Asoociston, Dr. Kater speaks on the subject as ono having authority. As be remarked, for many years the fashion was to knoek tha eheep and wool industry. Politicians, newspapers, and others apparently were under tha illusion that the cheep and wool industry was an oostacie in ina way of Australian progress, and they never lost an opportunity of attacking it. You, ao practical men, knew how absurd and harmful this attitude VMt but the trouble was that tho public did not know. Now as Dr. Kater says, the politicians are coming arousal and are begin ning to see that the sheep and wool industry is carrying AnstraKa. At leant nfyrcift of can see now that it is a good nat...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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You Can Have Too Much of Anything [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

You Can Have Too Muck of Anything THERE ia not a frcstrodjs1 in tha Oomtnon wealth, ' ' Mr. Brace affirms. In a way, thin ia true, juot as it is true in a senco that 'we are all aooialiata.' We are all protcctaonioto, just aa w© aro all socialiatc — in spots I We all believe in State-run railways, ©nd post offices, and wo believe in the local governing bodies — such, as municipal councils and shires — running other services. To that extent, wo are socialists. So, too, with protection: All, or nearly all, of us believe in a certain amount of protection for certain industries. But many of ua aro not wholo nog protectionists any more than we are out-and-out socialists. With Protection; as with socialism, to-day it ia not bo roach, in prac tical politics, whether you aro for or against, as 'how much.' That »«, the rock on which political parties or political 'understandings' may oplit. Already, Australia ia a 'high protection' country. Yet tha city claim in for more, still more. How far...

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

? i i ' ''' l*^'''|''»|'*'W'''»^i.wiwiwi.'»ui|m'wiw,jn w.'.» .' i.iiiiiijuiii.uiiiwiw.i m.nwntywmwiii.i-'iiJ-. ? ? . ...? ? . ... . ? , . ? ? ? ? . ,v1T.^.m,n.lii-pii||]l p|t— f@Ul WOOls. (C2LEF to 1IL@IW a C@MfAH¥s LTD. 0. I The W©®I Sell tog !I©itS0 to AMstralasiaa Liberal Advances against growing Clips. Careful attention to small clips. Prompt ratoraa SYBMHY OFFICE - 15 BEHT STWEBW.

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

I /h m pop™ I 'GAYMDM' PARI SADDLE if ISf 1 1 This is an attractive Saddle aad oaa of If I the most useful for Station work where ' UwW a v high pad Saddle Is not necessary. It Is built on meat comfortable lines aad 1a , \m§ A high-grade throughout in worismanafcip i s \W i'M illllil$^a#r ' aad materials. The scat lo of English vK{W^3ji ? PigBkln, and the flaps of Good flexible ? 'i ICld Leather. It has tho favourite short ? lw§lS§! 3®;!'/ panel with leather down sides and WSji ; iliill extended leather faclncs at back. The \&g® fittings included are folded leather girth, ^H1 beveiled stirrup leathers and 8-bar isolld ji nickel stirrups. ' d 1 A A FREtQHT FREE FOR CASH WITH ! | £1H04)°^der to ^Xt.Sn8:w ' Porra w Steckwfaips are Kangarea rigli tkeagh Tteoaga Cft. 7ft. 8ft. 9ft Handles to Match. 12 Plait 17/- 19/0 22/6 24/S 16 Plait 16/6 24 Plait 18/0 1C JPlaJt 19/- 22/- 25/- 23/- 32 Plait 21/6 s 23 Plait 23/6 27/- 31/- 35/- If for 9ft. Thongs prices aro 1/0 more, | POST FREE ...

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HORSE TALK CLYDESDALES AND SHIRES The Points of the Breeds [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

HOUSE ' TALK ? (By 'MerrlcanQ.') - CLYDESDALES AW SHIRES ' Thm'PmmM of The Breeds The . Shire . bersa Sa evohittoa has tadergooe many changes. Originally ho was knows as the Old ESnglieh Black Carthdrsa, mad In that period was tho bessvicsfc horso ta Great Bri tain. He was jsiker a low-shouldered fellow and 'WS3 very powerful. In those fiavs it: waa supposed that a horso that 'was tew in front could 'get down' to his work .more thoroughly thaa was possible in tho horse that was higher forward. 'Also,; tho very broad-chested horse was Savored, for users of tha utility horso 'had not then. arrived at tho conclu sion that t&-3 bores that was only of moderate width between tho forearc 33 '®aa possessed of more otsmisa. As in a man, width .of chest in the boras does cot mean lung-power, but ft is tha forward expansion of the tags which needs room. For - in stance, the expansion of a man's longs projects Ms chest forward — not laterally, or sideways. A prominent chest that i3 not ...

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There's None so Blind as the Politically Blind [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

$9 as- Politically -B&d . fF ym U- keos? wtet tfea VsfiQesssivo J?est& ,isn»t, ./lead' When the 'HeroW fen'$ Rfcte sfepj® to oat, it is pwfciRg inaosodq ovefftoa. Th® ''BteraJWI'' -.voidd and long as of yore, bot fear tfeo Ps«siss®v^, tha 'Herald' each a dsar old lady, t*8 0. It ia prohabki that tba 'Herald*' haa o? 4%icdkM zqp, on th? Progre^ve Partiy, they eH fdSow i^ie one lino: ffea Psogiwjive Party ia m uxsavited, an undoair?jJble, gtiegt ot t2w- Psxtessa-^ tary fea«i- It ia a Kwschiaf-mofcs?, a spoil-q-ort, a w^S , a Tkssb tho country wssta it, tfea 'Herald' eppsrojtly emswb eaa. Any' - way, the 'Herald' caa see as far nearly M PajraSfite, wMph fei't pa bad, -- really, coacidering the lady's old age, upbringing, and E&rroandingg. , 'A party tiiat,' the 'HeyaJd' aeaursa ua, 'is bo small as to b® aWa to elect oaly a taw members to a numerous Hccsa can xsa&; pp «^ita to have ita peenHsr opinionfr— that ia, opiniocsa not ah&rcd by a n^^r, or...

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And Never the Twain Shell Mix [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

And Never the Twma SUI Mis JAPAN, EslusaKy, ia stirred deeply 1^ tbs actlso of XTpited Sta4-i3 fa e ©seludlsg Japanese. Japan is firohitaogg, proud, end looks fcr c^g^ity with tba Qreat White Nations. Still, America, bag to coneid® America first. Tho world-wide belief ' is the white roan cannot stand up to tho economic competition of tis® colored iwwi. truth, which ie the trouble, is tbat the colored ft'1 unaeravo me wrnto man. 'i^ie colored man a standard of living is lawns', and ho worfeg longer hours, than tfco vrhitQ man. Kiorefore, tba whitQ njs$i ia fenced to keep the colored man out of the white roan's csmsfax Japan doasn't like it, will cover liko it. Bat ths white is b7 tho la\r of tho overland, whkii is harden and factor ths.ii t&o la^a cf tbo Medea -nd tho Persians. 19ia sorviTel of the v?hH@ rac«) is at etcjsel Schicd Japaa ejo tha inaonMar&s ot India, sad tho wfesfe Moslem worfd. ®bat is what grr@3 tba now ^tit?^© importanoj. W® resey regret tho raising ...

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

MISS WIIsTOH , SF,T 'CT REGISTRY. ©T ? '.C0L0NBAL HOUSEi 4 CASTLEREAGH STREET, CITY. Or. Easter St., 6& floor. Ta&o Tolophssoi 3403. MRS. McCLtJSKY BTSHDEIRAIi PROTESTANT GOVERNESS and SERVANTS' REGISTRY. int FLOOR 84 HUNTKE ST.. SYDNEY. ] STATION SERVANTS a Speciality. Only superior, roll able Servants recommended. Telephone 3 3505. I STRYCHNINE I Hulle'o, 6-oz., lots, freight paid. B/3 os; smaller lots, 6/0 oz. SALT.— Coarse, 72/6, 80/-: Rock, 1t5/ Qalv. iron, English, 26Q., £23 ton BA8IS Also — NETTING and WIRE at Reduced Prices. And Woolpacks, Windmills, Pumps, i Piping, Station Supplied, Bluestone, ^ Carbide, Calcium Cyanide, Vlta-LIck, Blo-FII-DI (8/6 gall.), Tapko, Toa, Groceries, Ear Pliers, Droppero, etc. W. N. BEAUMONT B0 YOUNG STREET, SYDNEY. iELLli & (piiUK AUCTIONEERS, ? Sworn Valuera, Stock and Station Agents, COOMA

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

- Attractive .Values in lea's. Orierwear at Anthony Hordem®5* Warm, Cosy Underwear will receive the attention of every man. at this time ot the year. At Anthony Horderns' ho will find the boat assortment of the right kind of durable gar ments — tho kind that 'pay' for careful selection. Men's Ail Wool Underwear, 'Golden Fleece' make, winter weight. Chests. 34 88 38 40 44 Undershirts with half sleeves — 11/9 12/3 13/- 13/9 15/8 Underpants — 12/0 13/3 14/- U/9 16/6 Men's All Wool Underwear, 'Jason' well-known make, winter weight. Undershirts, with half sleeves — , 10/3 10/9 11/3 11/9 12/9 Underpants^ 11/3 11/9 12/3 12/9 13/9 Undershirts, with half sleeves — 16/3 16/9 17/6 18/3 10/9 Underpants — 18/3 18/9 19/6 . 20/3 21/9 Mcn'3 All Wool Underwear, 'Wolsoy' manufacture, winter weight. Cheats. 34 36 38 40 44 Undershirts, with half sleeves ? 16/- 16/8 17/- 17/9 19/3 Undershirts, with long sleeves — 16/6 17/- 17/6 18/3 19/9 Underpants — 18/3 18/9 19/0 20/3 21/9 Men's All Wool- Underwear, '...

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KISSING—BEWARE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

KISSING— BEWARE. A New York cable to the Daily Telegraph : — Dr. Donald Armstrong, the noted ac tuary of the Metropolitan Life As surance Company, has announced; that a long research in regard to respira tory diseases by eminent physicians has induced the company to classify kiss ing as a so-called extra-hazardous occu pation — which means tha an increased rate will be charged all applicants who admit to frequent indulgence. The subject, notwithstanding that newspapers are treating it flippantly, has a sound, scientific basis, and' effects are being recorded in all mortuary tables. Research shows that kissing in the afternoon and evening is compara tively safe, but is highly dangerous In the morning, because germs have been accumulating during sleep. Admiral Field mentions that ships change vory much like ladies' fashions. W' trust 1 here is more sense in ships. There is another similarity: Men of war, like fashionable ladies, make the 'money go. Mr. _Rolp/h, Mayor of San Francisco ...

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

Printed and published by TVXLMAM BROOKS, 17 Castlereagh St., Sydney, for the 'STOCK JOURNAL.'1 NEWS PAPER COMPANY, LTD., at their Offices, 17 Castlereagh St., Sydney, In tho State of New South wales.

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PROGRESSIVE PARTY NEW OFFICES OPENED. Speeches by the Leaders. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

PROGRESSIVE PARTY NEW OFFICES OPENED. Speeches by the Leaders. A largo attendance saw and heard the official opening of the new offices of the Progressive Party, at No. 15, Bligh st., Sydney, on Thursday, April 17. The principal speakers were Dr. Earle Page and Colonel Bruxner. Mrs. Page gpoke of tlie women's part in politics. Dr. Kator and Mr. Thorby moved the vote of thanks. Mr. A. E. Hunt- said that the Pro gressive Party stood tor th© good of tho whole State. .The Party was becoming increasingly popular, and would be, in time, ono of the greatest influences that ever swayed the political life of the State. FOR THE 8TATE. Colonel Bruxner said that he had found during his short political career that there were three kinds of political viewpoints. He mentioned them in re ply to criticism that the Progressive Party was out to get something to which it was not entitled. Firstly, there wer© tfhose who were prepared to support any political organisation, if by so doing it would bring g...

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

j 'ANTI-BUNT 99 I (Copper Carfaonato) I A preventative against Bunt or Smut in Wheat and Oats. | Anti-Bunt lsi manufactured In powdered form and is preferable to dip ping' for the following reasons: — X. It saves time and labor. 2. Tho seed can be treated any time before planting, and It la not neces- 1 isary to use great care in (disinfecting seed containers. 3. The seeds does not become wet, so there Is no danger of the seed heating or sprouting if it is necessary to keep It for some time after treating. Tbe drill does not havo to be set for swollen grain. 4. Anti-Bunt does not Injure tho seod as liquid preparations often do. 5. Anti-Bunt has a tendency to stimulate seed germination, and thus la creases yield. For further particulars write to A« IklSCirCilf© -C®. MK&rraosmsfs: bmisime | -397 CoUiffiS St. 7 MsLsssfiltom S£. PSairSseft St I Manufacturer# of 'Vallo' Brand Arsenical Preparations and othor I ? . Chemicals. ? Supplies obtainable from— x j F. W. WILLIAMS &amp...

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Fresian Herd Society. MEMBERS ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

Fresian Herd Society. □ EMBERS ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the New South Wales branch of the Frieslau Herd Society was held at the Show Ground, Mr. Eric Lloyd' Jones presid ing. The report stated that the year had been a trying one on account of low prices for stock, but it was hoped that bedrock had now been reached. Fin ances showed a deficit, but anticipated Federal Council adjustments would re lieve the situation, and render unneces sary a levy on members. Mr. Guy F. Wright, who had been secretary from the Inception, and had done excellent work, resigned during the year, on ac count of removal to a country appoint ment. Mr. W. E. Tucker was appoin ted by the commitee to act till the annual meeting. Sympathetic refernece was made to the passing of Mr. Alex Lamond, pioneer of the breed in the State, and whose knowledge and keenness would be much missed by the society. The report was adopted. OFFICERS. Officers were elected as follow: — President. Mr. D. Hutchison ; secre...

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

IVPitiSj itea ! orcio$ED Doms geared! I Wff»fus are PERFECTION I Tiiatr Reliability 1b ProYerblal. '. :? Fitted Tflth Machine-Cut Gears, Ball ?: Bearings, Auto Lubrication, end : ' Btorm-Proof Regulators. All Work- ; / I Ids Parts En«iloee$j la a Dust-Proof ?: i Case and ran in oil. ' ? , ? Over 6O.C00 Alston Silla now in use. | . a II nnable t® procure locally writ/* | s ns direct. 1 | Expert advim and catalogtsfflt ftee. 1 )j

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SHEEP AND THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

SHEEP AND THE FARM . . Mr. F. B. Hinton. sheep and wcol' expert of tho Department of Agricul ture, lectured at the Showground, on the subjoot of crossbreds or merinos for the mixed farmer. The question of the superiority of the merino or the crossbrcd aa the basis. of the flock for tho mixod fanner had recently attract ed much attention, particularly oa ac count of the high prices ruling for all xlassea ef #ool. SCAVENGERS. Many farmers, he said, wero inter preting the record prices for merino wool as an indication that they should dis pose of their crossbrcdB and go in for merinos, but the class of wool that had commanded tho sensational priccg for the past year was not tho typo which could be produced by the farmer who had to combine his wool production with wheat growing or some other method ef agriculture.' The mixed farmer had many factors to consider in th© eslection of hiij type of sheep, as thoy had to fulfil many functions, not the least important of which was the part cf a...

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

Promises -may' gel Mends but it Is performances that must smprse them— SCHUTE, BELL & Co. limited' ' Endeavour to live up to this motto — ' Personal attention to cliesate' best in&eresto.'V Offices: 44 Bridge Street, SYDNEY I !? n .-.t.L'HH l.'ll1 WWHJB.PJ1L1I. .mu.'iuiu-an I HI ? ? ?? . ? ? ? 1I ..Li nmiunil—niuiwuia m«H«e'Wwmw»W)m-lJlUJ|i|HW» , -. Cewitrj '§iU ai# sni Station |osfosl PUBLISHED ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. t7 CAOTLEREAGH STREEST, SYDNEY. Telophono Mo. DC324. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1924.

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