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

fffllftlU'K1'--*11*'1 j'| IhllllUfPlECxaXt BANK Of ? NEW SOUTH WALES I ms-up costal ? ? ? ei*Slisv ? ? „ $e,ggo,eto Eefcma Fossa ? ? !II!'.!T.'*'.:r.7.. .«« fis,meoo Beoas?#®- Liability ' «C,W»,«» eic.sco.oco gg^NAIUD J. BXACK, H.I#.0.; CHABMS3 BTHNIB, Es-j.TjAiIS3 BUE3MS, AX&ITORC: W. H. PAX.MHB, Esq- a H IiAHKUBT, Ess. , ? ? „ QensrsU Manager: OSCAR XJNESS. *HAI- O0OTCE: dsorso Street, Byfiney. LONDON OFETCH: £3 TtaagsasSJa ~ -arf«sw^aa'«a- ?ss.sK.-.jgs; s a? ss 5£ The Australiaa Bank of Commerce, Ltd. Authorised. CaEital ? . ? S80!03,(!8D Capital PaM-Up, &a& Reserves ? 'S3UG70.255 Aggregate Asset a at Jtma SQth, 1923 ? fiM.lM.TS* ? . DnUfflOTORfl: raBIJDON (Chairman), 1 DUNCAN C ARSON. omnnJFra ^ H£T??8D' V.C.P.A. H. R. LYSAOHT, O.B.S. Q3X)Hai3 F. TODMAN. | GEORGE3 J. 61»T, 1 i-I*D. _ _ . General Mnnaser: C. M. C. SHANNON. HEAD OFFICE, SYDNEY — Comer Qoorgo and King Streets, Recolvins Officios at 149 placoo la Now South Walca BRISBANE— 2S4 Quean Street SSr...

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

LEADING S.A. STUDS , J liOONOONA ' Basra, $©sst!i ZkasftpaMa. i THIS NOTED MERINO STUD was founded ia 1&G3. Pacaoas fioz ££a ? - ?- Commercial Sheep, of great value. ? : , Ti10 lU^..baa be?n1-h,a development of Maximum Wool and Mutton quan tities and qualities, and it ia bollovod that this 'tm hag been achieved. Apply THE MANAGER, . . Kotinoonn, South Australia. - ! NORTH BUNGAREE MERINOS 'NORTH BUNGAREE' Is tho Northern portion of the original 'Bungarse1* \ and was taken over by Mr. M. S. Hawker, with his shaso of tho Bunsaree and general Flock Merinos, In 1906. —*«»— , THE 'NORTH BUNGAREE' MERINOS retain all tho mnf r-r1nHr--i Af thA ?? original 'Bungareo' Flock (founded by the late Hon G. C. Hawker, in 18411 viis. Size, Constitution, Length cf Staple and Weight of Fleece. Und/ir gpppnlgftm^nf North Bungareo wool realised up to 26»4d, and at December Sales in Adeiaidal 19.12, topped tho market with 8 bales aaa ewes 29d. 18 bales as. ewea iSXAA Inquiries for Rams to be addr...

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

I NATURE'S ALLY Mil I S ' BILLABGNG * PUMPS WriSc for prices __ _ _ _ „ _ „ _ . DANKS, 324 Pitt Street, Sydney. TROUGoIlMG

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LESSON FROM THE ROYAL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

LESSON FROM THE ROYAL SHOW What a hn^e concern tie Royal Agricultural Society's Show has grown to be, and how well do the general public appreciate it. The onarmons numbers erf people that pass through tho turnstiles, comprise many bent en tirely on different errands. Some will co straiirht to the cattle and barely see another part of the Show, others the horses, pigs, dogs or poultry. It does not matter in what direction their faaaey lies ; there is some thing ion the Shs^-ground to interest them. Many, and a great many, too, to Bit round the ring^ and see whst is going oa tibepe all day. hs*?® a look at the -m parade, watch the jumping and trotting, and other items of more or less interest. Othecs find enjoyment in watching the side sho^s, trsid Casing the Uct pig, or the big hsxse, and goodness kno&s what else. The question arises, do people get tfea «dnc&£ioniil value from a c&irw that is intended. I contend that if they do ns4, it is ibsre o-wn fauli. Yo...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STUD STOCK BREED ONLY FROM GOOD RAMS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

OTUP OT0C1S By Our Special Rspraaentatwa — ESARIiY R0 THOMPSON BREED ONLY FRCM GOOD RAMS Now that a lot of attention is being devoted to making up the numbers of our_ sheep, whioh show a considerable falling off as compared with come yeoza ago, it is a good time to sound a ns4© of warning regarding the typo cf sheep to breed. Many owners of ewes, only too ready to make good their shortage will use any rams that they can get hold of, pro viding they are cheap. They will ar goe that all classes of wool are selling well, and what they want is as mtich as they can get, for as little expenditure as possible. I have often seen cull rams, not culled for age, but for some defect either in the sheep or their wool, join ed to really good ewes. All the owners of the ewes wanted was to be able to Bay that rams were jozoad. BUY BETTER RAMS. A sheepowner who has had his iSocks reduced, and wants to rebuild them, should take particular care thai he uses only tho best rams that he can possibly affo...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STUD STOCK Assistance to Small Settlers WHAT IS BEING DONE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

STUB STOCK ? . , Assistance to Small Settlers WHAT IS BEING DONE At the Jixecativo M eating of tho Aostrafean M-oat OoubsU reports wero received, of what other Btotea ana countries ofq doing 'to assist ™ail Bottlers to obtain stud stock. Tho report and discussion will interest our stockowners. The Secretary explained »t last meeting ho was directed to writo tho Governments of each of the States of the Commonwealth, and ®Jeo of New Zealand, and elsewhere, which had tessj don®, hut replica from tho ont piidta countrjog had not yst boon re pgjved. Ho h&d. hpwgv©?, received rcpiHea from nearly aB Ana^ralian Si^tca, , NPW /iKATjAWP. Tho Minister of Agriculture, 'Welling- ton, N.Z. writes on 15th March: 'Sppio years Qgo the Government im ported a nttmbop of stnd bulla, which were located in thq dairying districts and were available to ' settlers npon p^ymont of a small oarvico feo. It was found, however, to operate very unsatiafactorily, so tne Department da dscided to discontinue...

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

Leadmg Country Agents ~ ©ALGETY. -& CO., LTO. . AusfeusfC, €£S£5i twti 3 {.end CafesnKsii Fortnightly Sales of Sheep and Cattle. Special galea periodically. Particulars and ln&TOatfen TO 6fr-c3); «y Laad ca agpHcaiioP CRABf® AM© CO., MCfWHRSRS, Qtosli, @tat-4n, Trusts ^d^Qsnsntt Gomfftission Agents. ?'.; MOKBfc- ? MPHgWPl mm CfflAABBMBBBI. OTUBB^ m COMPANY toss, ana ii mm. strut, svmiky. . rHH WWS STOOK and STATION AGEIWT0, ATTOTIOPJEHBS, VALUATORS, ? @to, '??? ? Lists of Stock ana Properties will bo gladly furnlohed on application. ? ? AGENTS FOB DISMIIC& BTODS. Buyers met and driven to Inspect. Buyers and Belters visiting the City aro cor I lolly invited tP call o» OW Sydqgy Qfflqc. ? ? °NEILLT & ..CRAfflPTON AUDTIOilBSnp, stock & stock and borsb QR^Q&'.'^A W. _ „ . Eat and store stock sales; Orange Corporation Sale -Tarda every Thursday, Splendid' accommodation paddapka available, batldy to railway and sale yards. 3orsonal attention...

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

Richard Hunt's jj Fox 5 l Semi Soft Collars 1 Quarter Sizes , . j ^or shrink I | Kasy to launder. Will not gather dust. Unusually eorrlceablo 4 for 10/- | 314 George Street, Sydney |

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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C. L. MARTINEER sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

n. L. MARTINEER sold: T. M. Mann, Merah North, 3 s avg £7, 4 v avg £6/18/-; K. B. M'Cre^e, ditto, 6 v. avg £4/1/- ; Northern Agents, Gunnedah, 12 s avg £5/19/-, 3 v avg £3/4/-.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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For Women in the Country & City MILADY FASHION [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

For Women in the Country & City Conducted by Mrs. Marie Irvine MILADY FASHION - By Nelle Tritton - - The popularity of the beltless frock, or tube silhoutte, has almost deve loped into a triumph in the world of fashion. All the vagaries of taste may be had in its slender lines; it may open from neck to hem, showing a colorful underskirt, or it may liave a broken ornamental girdle oh the hip-line. In some cases the straight-line ef fect is varied by curiously-arranged flounces — two double ruffles, for in stance, falling in the back only, below the low-poised, narrow, embroidered strap-girdle of the sleeveless evening gown. Scanning the late styles, that are engagingly-attractive, we observe one conspicuous feature — the Chinese. Happily, since simplicity is the key note of the day, the lines of tlie models from the Far East are with out complexity, and are easily adapted to our modish silhouette. Not that the conventional woman is discarding her Paris gown for a Mandarin coa...

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

— — ? : ? : ? = ? I Rare Good Values | IN Fashionable Furs STYL1CS IN SKINS THAT ARB SMART SNUG AND SERVICEABLE. f k - O.3. — Useful Choker I''ur, of excellent quality t'oxaline Hare, « .shape that Is grently I Ttnn.l noH» lit ii Liivuurt'u. ijiiic-u auuii* 1.11 Black or Smoke Grey. Length -10 inches, including brush ; width 6 Inches. Keenly Priced, 32/6 Yfll ISf ?? O.J. — Il.-ind'.-oiiic Fur Slolo nl I Dyed Black Xew Zealand Coney. Made Iroin 12 l.'i'Hit tifull.v soft, drep-furral, full winter skins: lined silk, fin {^li/t/1 Vfnti/ill fltwl in lining. Two fur pockets on the outside. A most popu lar aiid cosy wrap. Size 08 x 14 ins. Keenly Priced, 84/ Carriage Paid on all Orders. E.WAY&CO. LIMITED, . ' 213-219 PITT ST., SYDNEY. ? ^ Whea down for ita 1 EASTER SHOW visit MAY MOORE'S STUDIOS J I for Artistic Photography 9 188 King Street, Sydney. j iiElilisiBi & m Don't forget to send the skin to TOST ! %nd RQHUf :26 jMhrtin. Plape, Sydney, who will Tan it for 3/6 and D...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEPPARD, HARVEY & CO. sold: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

SM FPPARD. HARVEY & CO. 3oltl: Western Agents. Newbridge, 21 s to £3/16/'i avg £3/11/-, N. Clarke, ditto, 37 h and s to £4/7/- avg £3flQ/

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

llfauf nir.lll.-JJ*'1 I ' * FffifflliB 1 Makes delicious scones, dainty ' cakes and flaky pastry. Light and digestible. Costs a little more Worth a lot more £100 IN CASH PRIZES Save the lids I i I,, ,,-^w.sswwMBanBMBBaaMPaa

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

JO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. sold: T. Donnelly, Manilla, 10 b and u to £9/10 1- avg £9/1/9; D. Henry, Cur- | rabubula, 34 s to £9/8/- avg £8/11/-; C. E. and G. &. Moore, Walgett, 10 s avg' £7A1/-, 11 c to £8/19/- avg £8/3/9, 32 h and ylgs to £8/14/- avg £6/12/6; It. Ross, ingleburn, 5 s to £8/12/- avg £6/16/9, 14 c and h to £7/1/- avg £5/19/8, 8 y and clva to £5/11/- avg £4/7/-; E. Bower, Graves end, 7 s to £8/10/- avg £6/2/-; J. W. Blewitt, Aberdeen, 8 s avg £7/17/-, 3 c and h avg £4/11/-; W. Mun-ay, Giiilambone, 11 a avg £7/16/-; Frank Miller, Moree, 55 civs to £5/17/- avg £5/3/9; J. McClintock, Narrabri, 5 s avg £5/10/-, 13 h to £5/10/- avg £4/17/4,- 15 y and civs to £3/9/- avg £2/18/9; Mrs. McClintock, ditto, 5 h avg £4/2/9; T. Booth, Gunning, 8 civs to £7/13/- avg £5/6/9; A. Hamilton, Wee Waa, 12 s to £5/1/- avg £4(14/10; -Vlrs. Coulson, Orange, 37 c and h to £3/7/- avg £2/13/-; R. McLean, ditto, 11 civs avg £1A2 /- ; H. H. WittB, Gunning, 9 civs to £5 avg £...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
I've Been Reading. MISS PARVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

I've Been Reading „ MISS PARVENUE. (By Serene Grey.— Our copy from Dy mocks Ltd., Sydney.) LIGiaT reading for the dark nights. Stoiy of Mandy liess, school teacher, of Gran Valley, whose unknown uncle, i Christopher Hopper, died in New York and leaves her millions. Mandy Bess is only nineteen, and the fortune Chris hopped off and left her is twenty mil lions. After establishing her identity, Mandy Bess starts spending a million. Quite a lot of people come to the party and there is considerable fun and ad venture before the last page is readied. DEFEAT. (By Geoffrey Moss. — Our copy from Dymoeks, Ltd., Sydney. Geoffrey moss, author of 'Sweet Pepper,' 1 think one of the most important novels of last year. Six short stories, all written with a knowledge of post-war Germany that is peculiarly informative to one who cares to read analytically. 'Lottclien of the Naclit Lokal' ('Lottie of the Night Club,' as we would say), and 'Defeat,'' which begin and end the volume, are powerful sketche...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

The new library catalogue for 1924 is now ready, and wili be forwarded post free to any address with full terms and particulars, on application to DYMOCK'S BOOK ARCADE, LTD., 428 George Street, SYDNEY. A brilliant Australian success ' All over Australia, the Australian-built 'Buzacott' Kerosene Engine is being acclaimed the be~t for all farm and station work. It is simple, strong, reliable, and Standardised in every part. Spares that wili fit are always immediately available. Fitted with a perfect system of hopper cooling, no lamp, no tank, no bother. jl 'i Write for a complete illustrated Catalogue. a \ 7-11 Market Street, Sydney and Adelaide Street, Brisbane. ? I1 .'.111! J'.I.WI.l ? I ? ni'..umj4A ? ~ : A General Motors Product. The CHEVROLET For Economical Transportation ? ? ? ? ? Tlie new Superior Model CHEVROLET is a smartlook ing, yet economical car, which performs on any road or under all conditions according to CHEVROLET standards in a manner which would be a credit to cars...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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"Talk o' the Town" DEAR MARGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

a Talk the Tomn$$ DEAR MARGERY, 1 DIDN'T get all I wanted to say said to you last week ; we were too short of space. This week I haven't been to town, so haven't got any mail, so I carry on my letter to you. PILLS, please,' said the little girl. 'Anti-bilious?' queried the chem ist. i 'No,' said the kid; 'father is.' It was Easter Saturday, and hot ^ cross buns are most indigestible things. rgMIE Show looks to me like the last J- Show, only more so. Sounds like and smells like it also. The people, though, are mostly different. I have only seen about a dozen so far, thai: I saw last year. Rut there may be others. Horses and dogs and cows don't, in terest me much. My wife loves to see the jumping. I don't ; am always in terror that some body be chucked off their horse. I fix her in a seat where she can see the big gest aud most dangerous hurdle and also the ambulance; pass her the field glasses so that she may miss none of the horrible details, if there are any, and skipping off to th...

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

Australian Opals Specimens from 1/- to .E!-0. TOST and ROHU, 26 Martin Place, Sydney.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Mrs. Cranford [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Mrs. Crauford 'T H H woman of the week this time is Mrs. Craulord, wife ol Commander Crauford, of 'Tresco,' Elizabeth Bay,' whose social duties have naturally been heavy during the Fleet festivities. Mrs. Crauford is a woman possessing a very distinct personality, and both in her dress and in her entertaining she manages to strike an exclusive note, and her gatherings are exceedingly popular. She is also a great admirer and a strong upholder of iNiaval .House where she is often to be found acting as hostess to the wives of the sailor-men, and her sympathies also go out to the visiting sea men from overseas, who are dependent for some little comfort in this port to the Seamen's Institute, under the guidance of the Harbor Lights' Society. Mrs. Crauford is a great believer in bringing up children to be a help in the house., and her own small people make themselves both useful and delightful at her parties, while at their own they are models of what a junior host a...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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PUNTERS LOSE NAME AND ADDRESS Doncaster Day's Mishaps and Misfortunes. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 April 1924

[?] gy ? : e*Break-o'-Day ' ? Doncaster Day's Mishaps and Misfortunes. ? ? . \ Persistent misfortune ptmfljsa t2ae huge majority of the 80,000 Australians who were at Randwick oh Doncaster Day. So monotonous were the reverses and bo optimistic is the holiday racegoer that many lost their whole bank on the day's racing — so subsequent events of the carnival did not interest them finan cially. Lured to gamble heavier than usual by the five 'racecourse certainties,' they plunged from the start. But mis hap followed! mishap. Their favourites were beaten without being given oppor tunities to display their merit. But still the plungers held hope. Fate would not persist against them through out, and recovery was all they now sought. But they reckoned in vain. The law of averages was all askew. * « ? ♦ * Delusion had certainly started Hurdle favorite at 9 to 4 and won all the way — but the weight of public money for him was not great. Even the most optimistic associate uncertainty with Jump...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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