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RINDERPEST. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

i ,,, RINDERPEST. ' From Perth : — ' , 1 The rinderpest is, now believed to have been completely stamped out. .1 Re-stocking is in full swing in the killed-out areas,- and restrictions on bags of forage produced in the State have been- removed, but permits a ie re quired to remove them from the quaran tine, area. 1

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

LIVE STOCK STATISTICS. From the figures as supplied by tlie Government Statistician, Mr. H. A. Smith, it will be seen that the number of sheep in the State total 34,802,747, as compared with 37,177,402 for 1922. The decrease has been brought about by tho severity of the drought. It was not that there wore so many sheep died, although in some parts there were a fair number, but the shortage was chiefly m lambs. The season was so had, the ewes in such low condition, and the outlook anything but promising, that there were nothing like tho usual number of ewes joined to the rams. This will be seen in the figures Mr. Smith gives : — Rams for 12 months, to June 30th, 1923, totalled 498,455, as compared with 494,309 for the corresponding period of 1922; ewes, 18,613,763, and 18,881, 747; wethers, 9,394,708, and 8,977,737; lambs, 6,355,821; and 8,823,609. It will be seen that rams show an in crease, and, strange to say, so do wethers. Ewes were a couple of hun dred thousand short, but lambs...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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PENNED How Many Words? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

* PENNED How, Many Words? 'Jackdaw' writes in John q' Lon don: — Mr. H. Vincent Garnett, a York reader, informs me that my recent suggestion that the average man's vocabulary is smaller than Dr. Vize telly's estimate of 10,000 words finds con^rmation in Prof. John Adams's 'The Student's Guide' (Univ. of Lond. Pressl ? — 1 'In Ihe course of an extraordinarily helpful chapter on Reading, Prof. Adams states that there are t^vo- dif ferent vocabularies — the vocabulary of words that -we know and the voca bulary of words that we use. 'We all know a much greater number of words than we use.' It is suggested, non committaliy, that the number of words habitually used by an educated per son is about 4,000, while an illiterate peasant is sometimes said to. 'get . along' with a vocabulary of between 300 and^ 400 words.' By coincidence I drew exactly the same distinction made by. Professor Adams — viz., between words used and words known. 'Live Wires.' As you will see from his book, 'Fellow Tra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

STEWART DAWSON'S - ©efiain©@ Lew@[p ?WMB— — W ' ^BSBSBSBBa«S«m» MM— IWH MMIil'l H8BMB8Q in 1Q-Veap Said-Filled Hunting Oas§ 16 Jowels, 3/i Plate Nickel Movement I SUflgAWTEED ^ Keep Aoourata Time Special Price: Fop Reliability and Value this Watch is Unequalled POSTAGE FREE STEWART DAV^QN & GO, i Established .1871. N.s.w. ltd. j Two Sydney (412 Geopgo Street, Strand Cornac Eatablishmento 1 1 85-1 87 Pitt Street, near King St.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Leading Country Agents QUEENSLAND AGENTS. M@PSIE A, -C0.» ^ Stoch Salesmen, lOOWOOMlAo BRANCHES: DALBY, PITTSWORTH, AND CHARLEVILLE. fall Particalara Sheep, Cattle, Homes, Agricultural end Dairy Farme, ^ and Western Leasehold », promptly supplied on application. iigot, Mil liii, li ... 'A'DELAiDE' . .. Stock and Station Agents. Woolbrokera, Shipping Agents, Land, Loan, Financial and Insurance Agents, Genoral Importers and Exporters. Telegrams: BAGOTS, Adelaide. SOUTH AUSTiMJA! HEllii RAMS Wo ean arrange inspection of any of the leadingS. A. STUD FLOCKS and have experts who can render assistance to any intending buyers. Business A nnouncements | Always oe tih@ Job I THE ff | ' Buzacott ' Pumper I 1 5 'You can absolutely depend on me,' says f ||^ : THE 'BUZACOTT' PUMPER. | i 'I never get sick or tired, never ask for ? 1 time off, or trouble you about the wages ' j | 'I'll keep going just as long as you wish, ! | wet or fine, cold or hot, and all I ask is ; : } 'No belts or pump-jack t...

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GUNNING SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

gunning show I wont up to Gunning Show last week, but unfortunately could only put in one day. The ground at Gun ning is very pretty, there being a good supply of shady trees. It was a good show, some of tlie sec tions bringing together a lot of strong /ir-mr,a+.; + ;r,-n c r. ., rt iflll ill' I V noticeable in- one or two of the liorso classes. CATTLE. Tho cattle, taking them right through, were very fine. The chiet prize-winners were : Wollogorang Es tate, Collingwood Estate, T. Booth, Hallain Bros., T. Johnston, A. Roffe, Witts Bros., Mrs. E. M. Hallam, W. J. Chappie, G. Rodtaan, and J. Tur ner. SHEEP. There were a splendid lot of sheep foward, ! but unfortunately there was 110 competition in the open classes, as Mr. G. W. Merriman had matters all I103 own way, and no one was game to (Continued on page 10.) This picture shows a tmall section of the crowd at the same sale. W. H. Wheatley draw big crowds at the different sales, which are very frequent of late, large numbers of both...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

I- ' ''' ? ^ elktmciit'^or^every' farm By installing XJoloo-Light you li^vo '??'?? your own .cowes? plant, — dependable ;/ , \ ©lectrio Bsrvice. Electric lights will /' *.!.?%' '$r, , \ make year homo cheery and brignt. - . F.leetrio' power - will pump the water I' I' : and in othav wayo save you time and ^pspgfF warbusWfranki, ltd. Nfek so? n KENT STREET, SYDNEY IT RUNS ON KEROSENE ? ? Leading Country Agents Q. THOMPCKl'N & CO. ©©®TASVItJIWl^ls N&W. potapi.isUKD 18-* PAT STOCK AND STORE SALESMEN. Q Regular Fortnightly Sales held at Cootomundm Corporation ^leyards Reports on etato of Cootamundra markets on application. Attent. on given to stock transit by rail or road. All truckings personally supervised. Particulars of Stock and Pro parties for Sale on application. ? . ~ ¥. It* W1SEATIL3S*¥' STOCK, STATION AMD FINfiMCJAL ACENTS. GOULBUSN^:';.'NiS.W. AH Clauses of business transacted. Advice freely civpn concerning Live Stock, Sheep, Cattle, Fat Stock. Stores. * ' FA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES Paid-up Capital ? ? ? ? £0, 000,00b Rcoorvo Fund ? . ' ... 558,900,000 Reserved Liability, ? £0,000,000 ' £15,900.000 TH-^l!J^iT^CJfrLAND' Bsi., President: ROBERT L. FAITHFULL, Eoq.jH.D.; gOBBRT W. GILLESPiE.Esq.; pflANC. B. S. FALKINEJR, Esq.; The Hon. REGINALD J. BLACK, M.L.C.; CHARLES BINNIE, Esq.; JAMES BURNS, AUDITORS: W. H. PALMER, Esq: S. E. LAIDLEY, Esq. „ General Man&ssr: OSCAR LINES. HEAD- OFFICE: George Street, Sydney. LONDON OFFICE: 29 Threadneedl© Threa hundred & ninety-seven branches1' &E'oi;encles In the Australian States, how Zealand, Fiji, Papua, and London Agents and Correspondents. _______ _ Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places Foreign Ellla negotiated and collected. Letters of Credit Issued, negotiable throughout . the World. The Australian Bank 'of Commerce, Ltdo Authorised Capital ? ? £2,000,000 Capital Patd-Up, and Reserves ? £1,570,205 Aggregate Assets at Juno 80th. 1923 ? £14,148,754 DI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

- — « w w iViUXUJ, llXiyili. f lVJL^£V\^fXJi «, ?? JLi; ' : v your sh-B@p uucl wo should like you £©'-g©s£?2« ? - Sclhwatt®, ®®HR -& Co., Ltd. ' Yo# Wool ? Brokers. jSSm THey give personal ft^ntida-^iiKcliente vw88rr'. * Offices: 44 Bridge street - „ : » ? 'How many sheep have you got in this field?' 'Now, how many would you say?' 'Two hundred and fifty.' 'Well, you're perfectly correct, but Jiggered if I know how you counted so quickly.' 'Easy enough, I lust counted all the legs and divided by four.' ? Conntcg |pfe anb Stork attb Station fournal PUBLISHED ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. IT CA8TLEREAGH. STREET, 8YDNEY. Tolephono No. B6334. Subscription (paid in advanco) ? 16/- par annum, (booked) ? 17/6 „ Foreign ? ? ? £1 „ Advertising Rates on Application. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1924.

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COTTON. Quarterly Review THE EMPIRE'S OPPORTUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

? '.'COTTON;... Quarterly Review THE EMPIRE'S OPPORTUNITY. Cotton is becoming important enough within tho Empire to, take unto itself a special publication. Here is the first num ber of the Empire Cotton Growing Re view, which is the Journal of the Empire Growing Corporation. It is published quarterly,' and the annual subscription is 5/-, post free. The address' is Mill Ulllknnl^ Ti^wlATI C W uauu. auuac, luiuuaua, ii ? MIXED. Discussing itself, tbe Review writes: 'Tiie actual cultivators in the Empire, however, are most commonly unable to read, or at any rate to . read English, so that the journal will have, to be come useful to them through the inter mediary of the staffs of agricultural departments, and the specialists em ployed; by the Corporation. 'It is hoped, however, that the jour nal may appeal directly to the small but increasing number of educated men -engaged in the planting of cotton. Buf, at the same time it must be realised that its chief circulation, at first at any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

SEM® TOTJIR. W@(DIL COP to ©jlL«TY & £©MPJIlfY9 LTD. 1 Tlse Premier W©©I Selling H©tase in Australasia. Liberal Advances against growing Clips. Careful attention to small clips. Prompt returns . SYBHEY OFFICE -- 15 BEMT STREET; ; ' - j J . MW II Wi wii« i f r VTf I 'Ui ? ? J* fTT-g-rraUU .itfjii SiT.T 1. 1 A?ito*ii.i-a*rfc w r:7. i t. rrm -t i-t. t?i ?rnri'iirilanafirtaiaTiiTT- rir it —» a-iaLirm .,1 ^ 1 u— '-1-7 -*jML tut T-TJ-f ^ . a ^ r.^^jmMMij;iuii^iir»y»r;^y.y^a^'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

* ' ' ? / , \ * V ' ('MELBOURNE!! ? k AGENTS SELLING j . j AT NEWMARKET | ' . L A. Fairbalrn & Go. Fat Stock salesman, . 117 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE. Regular Weekly Sales held at New- ? ? market, . ? ; - . For Highest prices At Newmarkot, - ', Melbourne, ssnd your Stcoli to Franeit i'psi. &. C®. ' (Thos. S. Johnston, .Geo. T. WafcofieW 473 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE All consignments carefully drafted ? and ' sold by or under , the personal ,? ' supervision of tlie Principals. Jete Heiamapi '& ©0. ' Fat Stock Salesmen, - ; i MELBOURNE, VICTORIA. . ,. Specialists in all Stock Matters. Wires: 'McNamara Co., Melbourne,' Edward J. C®rt!§i@r:., 481 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE. Sheep and Cattle Sales regularly at Newmarket Yards. Melbourne.

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Wire-Netting P. P. BOARDS' POSITION. MORTGAGE ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Wire-Netting P. P. BOARDS' POSITION. MORTCAGE ARRANGEMENTS. J From Wagga : Recently the Crown '' ,w Department issued an opinion that caused great uneasiness to the pas tures protection boards, which have hejivy liabilities for advances of wire netting to settlers. ,'JThe situation has been relieved by the action of the Min ?ier lor Lands, wlioge decision has been .conveyed to the- boards. ilie followinnr ic tin £ ? _ . num.' U t ? 1 communication .received, by th? Wagga {' v Board from , the , Department ,-ul ; 1 ?-wcernm^io|-Uy...-,f .charge,. - ?!! l.v \ ),r. m '1'0SPec,L of luortgagps hejd, , by the Government Sayings Bank oil-. . ? 'jfhe^i^iew is he?4',r, , y the Cfown La-fr1 Department tha't. ' . mortgages held' hy the! bank are debts ? due to the Crown tfhdei'' the 'P 'P A-it hnn,-,r .ef{)rei lakd '' ix^edenfe to ' th'J, boaids clun'ge - over the htii&ifore wir^' netting supplied to the h6ldgr'; -i' *™ever' J°'eTOoura6e--dhd-'.&id seti!,lt ^ ;° e/ectT wbbit^pr...

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THE SHEARING. SUPPORT FOR GRAZIERS; Co. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

1 'THE SHEARING. i! v SUPPORT FOR grazier's; bo. 'At;: a'1 meeting of the Collar 'Lpcal ComVnittee of the Association, liel'd.,on . 'tllfe; 21st hist., the following resolution, was ' 'darned': — ' ' ' ' ''That this Committee is in favor ;pf.'all .members giving preference to Graziers' Co-operative Sheep Shearing 'Company, as they fully recognise what the CornPan.v have done in the past , 'for the industry.' ' 1

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Science and Farming [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Science and Farming ? ^ ? To retain a certain percentage of our population for rural pursuits is gen erally admitted' to be a national neces sity. In this connection, however, it is important to remember that not only must recruits be gained for the land, but that those already on if should be encouraged to remain. al luc jJiesciiL Liaue uucit; uic aiuu.i attractions outside the field of agricul ture, and if these are not to prove alto gether too potent ; nothing must be ne glected which tends to giving farming an added appeal. . ' ? ' A 'luid\Vledge of its more scientific aspects makes the work of the agricul turist Immeasurably more absorbing, and the more systematically the farmer cultivates this side of his calling the less will he be tempted to disconcert economists by drifting from the land. For farming will not only have become more interesting, it will have become move profitable, too. Every farmer should take advantuge of the many opportunities offered by the Department of ...

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Women's Country Party SOME OF THE OBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

.Women's Country Party; — — *- — - SOME OF THE OBJECTS. Tho Worflen's Country Party pro claims as its objects, inter alia: — (a) To inculcate loyalty to the throne ? and maintain th© integrity of the Empire. (b) To arouse- and maintain a healthy pnblio interest . in Federal iand .State politics. ,c) To' promote the welfare and condi tions of women and children in the country socially. . [d) To improve educational facilities, and means of communication in the' country. [e) To secure the return to Parliament of candidates who are pledged to ' support the platform of the Fede ral Country Party and State Pro gressive Party. BRANCH TO BE FORMED AT ARMIDALE. When in the North last week Mr. J. J. Price (General Secretary of the Progressive Party), at the request of Mrs. Earle Page (President of the Wo men's Country Party) waited upon Mrs. Hickson with the object of en listing her sympathy and action in con nection with the formation of a branch of the W.C.P. in Armidale. Mr. Allingham, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

'Pe'st .^Slopped ; ' - ? ?|| --- ? r . v; ; BY USING j 'i , h;cks ideal ' ? ?' POISON CART' J| ' ?, ' ^oes wor^ that for( f not been equalled . | . throughout ... Aus-' [ ' work and least ex-; : ? Mascot, N-S.W. \ 1^-— ?' ' ' ? ' __ ? _

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THE GROWTH OF THE WELFARE IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

THE GROWTH OF THE WEL FARE IDEA. At a meeting of the Country Women's Association, which was held at the Feminist Club on Thursday, February 28th, Miss Mary Vaughan Jenkins, M.R., San. I., who was recently re turned from England after an absence of eleven years, gave a short address on tflie development of the Child Wei rare juovemeiit* xu luc m-int;uiiKi. The two points which Miss Jenkins emphasised most strongly were (1) the inestimable value of voluntary assist ance, both in money and practical work at the centres, and (2) the enormous Importance of the educational side of the work. Tlie speaker opened Jier ad dress with a few diata, which marked special progress in the movement. In tlie early sixties some ladies in Sal ford and Manchester became much impressed by the fearful conditions of the homes around them, and formed a Ladies' Health Committee. They then jet about the arduous task of house :o-house visitation, a labor which in rolved much loss of time audi energy, is they vi...

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OUR STOCK NUMBERS ONLY 32, 374,887 SHEEP Latest Estimates [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

OUR STOCK NUMBERS' : — ? j % ? ? ONL Y 32,374,887 ' SHEEP, -;V f , Latest Estimates : It is estimated by the Stock Branch that there were' 32,374- ? 887 sheep in A'.S.IF. on December 31af. * ~ vr. . It .will be remembered that a week ago the Government - Statistician gave the numbers of sheep on June 30th, 1923, at (w round numbers) 34,300,000.. 'We mentioned at the time that since June 30th there had been considerable losses, and, thai there - ? were probably not more than 33 million sheep two ia the State. The Secretary, Stock and Brands Branch, Department of Agriculture (Mr. SydDey Smith,, juhr.), supplies the following figures arid, information, which has been compiled from the re turn furnished, by the stock inspectors for tlie various pastures protection dis tricts, which shows the approximate ' number of live stock in the State aa at 31st December, 1923:— On comparison with the returns t-ub- lishedj for 1922, as per table hereunder, it will be seen that there has been a decre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

- tiUUlNXlyX 1J11 LEADING N. S. W. STUDS MERRYVl'LLE' MERINO STUi. THIS remarkable Stud was founded In the early 60'a on high-priced Rouse (Mudgee) and Tasmanlan blood. TiM?..*'oc!c .cutf to'day record-priced fleeces of super-extra super quality. With a later Introduction of some of the best of Wanganella rams, the owner has now produced what a noted Bradford expert styles, the 'best extra-super warp wool In the world.' Holders of many Championships. Young Stud and Flock Rams for Sale. ? , - . . ? ? ? tt. 1. MKKKlMAiV )-?«». .s-O.W BURNIMA MERINO STUD A COMBINATION of the famous Murray and Koonoona blood. Large framed, plaln-bodled sheep cutting heavy fleeces of high-class wool, pure Australian Mer inos bred on sound lines. Last month 130 2 and 4 tooth rams were shipped to South Africa, this being a repeat order. STUD AND FLOCK RAMS FOR SALE. ? ? _ ? . ? ? Apply— Manager, BURNIMA, Bombala, N.S.W. SUNNY RIDGE MEMS?© STUB' THE Peppin blood stud sheep are bred at 'Old Cathundral,' Tran...

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