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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

mtlAMpA A. OGG 5 per cent Coiwnieaion will be charged on all orders daring SsJa Time. Orderq for French hand-made under paying, Trone&epa work a specialty. ' Bgh 1231, 0.P.O., ss$ ney.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORSE TALK ROSEHILL MEETING BOOKMAKERS' BAD DAY Some Good Performances [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

' ' ' 'i l' - W' ^ (By ' Mar rigang') R.OSEHILL MEETING — — * ? BOOKMAKERS' BAD DAY * Some Good Performances ; v There w»q a big crowd at Rooehill last Saturday. The saddling paddock was not aacoinfortabiy crowded, be cause the area it embraces is most commodious ; bat there was trouble in moving aJbout in the congested parte. Noticeably in the square that is bound ed by tne oSvcuu stand, the totausa tor- house, the bar surmounted by the scratching board, and the tea house. There ooe needed to go slowly — very slowly. Of oaaxse, the delineated square inductee the betting ring. 'Where tit® honey is the bees are.' Where the mor^ey is tha bettors are. But it was a great day : good rac ing, the cowrsa in excellent condition, fine overhead; and backers had a good day. THE HURDLE RACE. The early tip} — the one-bet tip — for the Hurdle Race was King Howard; but when betting operations finished Lady Lack, on whose chance heavy and persistent investment was made, was first favorite at 6 to 4...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

I: ? ? ' ? «T9N ! 049 AH ATMGSPjp^3 OF EBF1HESIENT AND A R& i mfisPpN foe Msmm. ismmm. j CmS®, AW® QQimmm AOTNTldN. IniutM Teri(lf W* per . ) « ?' ' Mmgar ? ? ? OMY1 M. €®AT®ATJ 1 ~'-qBS0gs«l §&, mrnw?''1'- ? - - .fftMatasBr. ? ?;

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 — 4 March 1924

V MAKE . ? Oa tfc'e sals your Fat Stock By taking advantage of THE BENEFITS OUR ORGANISATION OFFERS EsperfsnCQd Auctioneers Personal attention to all buasinoss. Prompt Returns WIRE YOUR TRUCK REQUIREMENTS TO BADGERY BROTHER LIMITED 10 CastSereaglh Street SYDNEY

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

Further Reductions \ IN : GALVANISED WIRE NETTING. : Per mile. ! A. B. s 42 x 1 14— 1 7 ? £53 15 0 £48 0 0 ; 42 X 1V4— 18 ? 41 1° 0 38 15 0 S 42 X IV — 17 ? 46 5 0 41 2 6 : 42 X I'/— IS ? 35 17 6 32 10 6 : «6 X 1%— 17 ? 46 5 0 41 5 0 : 30 X 1^4— 18 ? 35 7 6 33 0 0 : 36 X 1M.— 17 ? 39 7 6 35 2 6 ! 36 x l'/a — 18 30 15 0 28 0 0 t Special quote for 5 miles and over. S Also, Marsupial and other Nettings. : BARB WIRES — 4 point; close set. ? 12 12% l'l 14S S «Lbout 450 650 700 030 yds in 1 cwt. : 28/- 29/- 29/6 31/- per cwt. .. ; BLACK FENCING WIRE. ? 8 10 12 : black £17/5/- £18/5/- £19/10/- ton., e tlalvd. £19/10/- £20/10/- £22/5/- ton «I HIGH TENSILE. 12% 10x12 12x14 fealvd. £23/- £44/-/- £47/-/- ton S*6G GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON. In cases of about 10 cwt. 6 7 8 9 10ft. lengtlis. Drb. £31/5/- £31/15/- £32/5/- ton Crown £30/15/- £31/5/- £31/15/- ton English £29/-/- £29/10/- £30/-/- ton Lower Prices for Galvanised Gutter. Ridg ing, Doors, Sashes. Paints, Oils, White lead, Oils for Mach...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boiled Down [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

g - ''''wiwwmuMmMnwiwiHUWMimMmMiwtn; 1 Boiled Down ! L ? . ? J His Excellency, Admiral d© Cnair. Pronounced Share. Share and Qhair alike. What's in a name if you don't know how to say it? Good news for Australia. A London entomologist says he can exterminate the blowfly in five years. At a, cost of £100,000. Our own Professor Gilruth went into i the question some four or five years ] ago, i But nothing really came out of it. | In many parts of our sunny land i there are as many blowflies to the acre ! as there are grass blades. The Bakers' Strike is off, after hav ing been ineffectually on for seven weeks. Militarily Britons used to be de scribed as a nation of lions led by asses. Industrially, Australians seem to be all asses. For most of the strike-leaders lead their followers only to disaster. The strike is an obsolete weapon. A boomerang, that if you aren't careful, comes back and gives the throw ers the K.O. Baker Strike Louder McKenzie says they were defeated because the other...

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 — 4 March 1924

Scieatifjc Sight listing H. A. Barraclougli, Ltd., Opticians, of 38o George Street, Sydney, will visit the undermentioned towns : — SOUTHERN TOUR. NEWCASTLE. — Dr. Piesley's Rooms: Mon., Mar 17th, 11.30 a.m. - 3 p.m. MOSS VALE.— Royal Hotel: Tues., Mar. 18th, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. TARALGA.— Wed., March 19th, 9 a.m.' - 3 p.m. MITTA.G ON G . — Commercial Hotel : Fri., Mar. 21st, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. HAY. — Tattersull's Hotel: Tues., Mar. 25th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. LEETON. — Hydro Hotel: Wed., Mar. / 26th, 3.30 p.m. - 6 p.m. ; Thurs., Mar. 27tli, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. NARRANDEllA.— Royal Mail Hotel: Thurs., Mar. 27th, 3.30 p.m. - G p.m. ; Fri., Mar. 28th, 9 a.m. - 3 p. in. 130MBALA. — Imperial Hotel: Mon., Mar. 31st, I p.m. - 5 p.m. ; Tues., April 1st. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. NIM1TYBELLE. — Federal Hotel: Wed., April 2nd, l) a.m. - 3.30 p.m. C.'OOMA. — Clarke's Coonia Hotel: Thurs., April 3rd; 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Q U EANBE Y AN. — Ryan's Hotel: Fri., April 4th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. GANMAIN. — Ganmain Hotel: Mon., April 7th,...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Boiled Down. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

'Boiled D&mn, j I The safe' was lifted into it, and tho two men followed,, and the car was driven away in the direction of 8yd- ; ney. If it hadn't been so beastly wet, ? and the. family umbrella hadn't been loaned, they would have toddled over. and told the police. By the time the rain wao o5, bo were the burgs, and their car. And the safe. The safe was found later on in the day, but the £20. cash it contained had been carxied off by the ? safe crackers. - Yes, rain always does soma good in this country. Do you want to buy a ship P. America has 1335 for sate, includ ing a Leviathan or two, a few tugs, tankers, refrigerators, launches, bar ges, and other craft. Over-stock from the Great War. The war that they were the lasS in and the first out. Well, if you don't want a ship there's no harm done. ? Six millions, that's us, more or less good Australians, 2,911,732 men, and only 2,803,295 women. 107,427 poor devils have to keep on being bache lors, because there are no wivea f...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

MIS, MKS, TALLOW, Eto. Si^LES HELD AT REGULAR INTERVALS ? .? Mistiest/ ifertel Acfivanees if tSeciulfGd mjtsn a sotapANY, ltb., DALGETX'B V7EEKLT HBY1EW CONTAINING LATEST UARKET BEPOSsa .POSTED ffaOE) ON APPLICATION.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

, Grass, and herbage may bo tho actual means of Erastenance to tho stock. But the money they earn Vatp^jres? Wr? is the chief reason, for .their breeding and fattening. : . ' v ! Top rates for Sheep and Cattle at ? Homebueh ? '*!£$& Sili -. ? , ^ro, ihereforo/a necessity; and- a necessity; of first ' For that reason this advioo ia invaluably. Wkclieomfe, Careom LfsL Flentinston Siding. Its worth gains wider recognition week by week. Good results produced by the firm's good work in selling onsignments constantly bring its value before sheep and cattle men in every district. Wire foi' Trucks:— Winchcomba Carson, Sydney. ?

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMB AND BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

LAMB AND BEEF. Sir Philip Proctor, of Vesteys, Ltd., who is visiting New Zealand again this year, has noticed that Australasia and England are the ojily two muttoneat ing countries of the world. Even in England the consumption of mutton is decreasing slowly year by year, while the- consumption of lamb and beef is increasing. Half-way througli the second net the heroine, after having been left starving with a bunch of children, and gener- ' ally having been 'put through it,' got tired of this sort of treatment and shot the villian dead. 'What have I dione?' she cried. 'What have I done?' 'Shot the best bloomln' actor in the show, miss,' came the reply from the gallery.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

SHEEPSKIM AND HIDES SALES' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1924. BALES WERE HELD BT THE SYDNEY WOOL SELLING . BROKERS, vis.:— ? AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE,. LAND AND FINANCE CO.. LTD.; CO-OPERATIVE 'WOOL, and PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO,, LTD.; D ALGETY AND CO., LTD.; FARMERS' ANEl GRAZIERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO., LTD.; GOLDS BROUGH, MORI* AND CO., LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.; PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.; SCHUTE, BSLL AHD CO., LTD.; WINCHCOMBE CARSON. LTD. SHEEPSKINS. %d to %d per lb. weaker and heavy .??? ?? averages were firm. * 88,761 were forward. T^au8'a' Ltrons The MBhter weights of calfskins were : ers, were In attendance, r®-n5l fi™ rather dearer, but yearlings and heavy fSSVSi '' 'W -«»»'? QUOTATIONS. SSesriaa — , Per (1 -Fl^00ls^... ........ a to $i Oratory ........ 18% to 20 - . Thra-quarter wools- ^ tQ 22 Ordinary* * . ? «% » 19 ' H^tW°0te- ? ? ? 17 to 18% ; Ordinary ? ? 15 *° 16 ?W rSr:..,,... »» g g Ordinary U% t0 13 ? ? 16 to 19 Orian...

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British Empire Exhibition IMPERIAL CONVENTION OF AGRICULTURE. PROPOSED CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

,, British Empire Exhibi 11.' tion u IMPERIAL CONVENTION OF AGRICULTURE. ? — I — — PROPOSED CONVENTION. Captain tiie Hou. 1?\ A. Chaffey, Min ,, later for Agriculture, and Chairman of State Commission for the Exhibi tion, states he is in receipt of informa tion Issued by the British Ministry of * Agriculture and Fisheries, regarding a 'convention to be held in London d|U'i *j[hg July next, ut which it is desired tiiat Australian agriculturalists should ^participate. The Imperial Ministry has expressed .ifeelf as anxious that the opportunity of the Exhibition should not be lost of .affording means of enabling the visiting Dominion and oversea agriculturalists to meet representative Britisli farmers. ..It is proposed to set aside a week in July next for such purpose, when the leading farmers' organisations in Great Britain would) meet Dominion visitors as guests of the Imperial Government. 'Subsequently visits to fanms in the country are to be organised, in order to enable visitors to...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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HIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

HIDES. 16^23 wero catalogued. ? . THero waa a. large muster of buyers pre sent and wtMa abattoir extreme light w£ighti were %d . to %d per lb. lower, light and light medium averages were from jssr to %d easier. Mediums ruled QUOTATIONS. Per lb. d. d. PICKED STOUT HEAVIES— to 14 HEAVY WEIGHTS (over 521bs.)— Best condition ? 8% to 10% Heavy condition . ... 6% to 714 MEDIUM WEIGHTS (46lbs. to 501bs.)— Best condition ? 6% to 7% Heavy condition .... 5% to 6 LIGHT MEDIUM WEIGHTS (401b, to 441b.) — Best condition ? 5% to 6% Heavy condition ? 5% to 5% LIGHT WEIGHTS (S51b. to 381b.) — Best condition ? 5% to 5% Heavy condition .... 6%d to 6% EXTREME LIGHT WEIGHTS (281b. to 331b.)— Best condition ? 5% to 6% Heavy condition .... 6% to 5% CUT HIDES— Medium and heavy weights ? ? 6 to S Lightweights ? 3% to 6% FAULTY HIDES— Medium and heavy weights ? 4 to 6% Lightweights ? 3 to 5% DRY HIDES— ' Best ? 6% to 6% Seconds ? ? 4 to 5 . Bulls ? ? to 4% YEARLINGS— Large ? 15/- to 16/ 6 Medium ? 11/6 to 14...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Coldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

Colds&raugh, Wort and Co., Ltd. ABATTOIRS, 77 cuts averaging 341bs, at 6%d per lb; 10 stag avg 671b, 4%d CWP, 8 avg 851b, 6%d; 16 avg 421b, JBR/W, 16 avg 331b, Od; 12 avg 401b, 6%d; CUTS, 8 avg 311b. 6%d B/BTS, 66 avg 391b, 6%d; 63 avg 361b, 6%d; 45 avg 421b, 5%d; 10 avg 491b, 7d; 44 cuts avg 331b, 6%d; 17 cuts avg 421b, 5%d; 10 as shn avg 351b, 4%d AS SHEWN, 9 avg 331b, 4%d C/BTS, 7 avg 37lb, 5%d; 18 avg 431b, TBS /D, 11 avg 401b, 5%d; '3S cut avg 331b. 4%d AS SHEWN, 24 avg 351b, 4%d PART DRY AS SHEWN, 28 avg 281b, 3%d 14 calf dry as shn 3s, 8 dry nits 8s 4d, TC/ABATTOIRS, 20 ylgs 12s 6d; 18 ylga' cuts 7s, 18 cuts lis 9d, 9 as shn 3s 9d. Co-op. w: & P. Co., Ltd. AR/N, 16 hides flty averaging 301b, at 4%d per lb; 6 flty avg 411b, 4%d PDF, 17 part dry flty avg 221b, 4d G in dia, 5 avg 381b, 5%d O'BRIEN /BTS, 44 avg 411b. 6d; 26 avg 441b, 6Ud: 13 avg 511b, 7%d; 10 avg 551b, 10^d; 6 cut avg 351b, 5%d; 8 cut avg 431b, 6%d BF/NOUMEA, 40 avg 301b, 6%d; 30 avg 351b, 6d; 33 ...

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PRIVATE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

PE1VATE SALES. 'RINGViOODfG, ah 6 at 25d CG/WHITE HOCK, broken i 7 at 27%d CB/ELLEBSLIE, 2nd eb lma 14 ai 18Wd, 2nd ob lmB 7 at 17'4d DKN/WOOLABEA, ble xb 11 at 26d SPEIN G V ALE / 1! H , aw and ae 8 at 29Vid EH/YASS, e and h 12 at 34d GEOGAN, aae 5 at 23d M E on flide/.WOMBAT, e and v? 1st h 18 at 33d ? GG/StrNNYHIDGE1,^ 12. at 33d, t 22 at 32$4d WBB/COLLINGWOOD, aaw 8 at 32%d OB/yABWONGA/^IEW ENGLAND, a aaw 12 ati ' 63'/td' 1 rt c WTC/yEEBIBLE - VALE/K Ii\Y- 'EN G LAND, fe / and w 7 at 36d. ae,and w 8 at 35d OFN/BEEWICK, f 6 at 33Wd, : STP/BUEBOWA, aa com efa at 30d ; ; TJS'KEEES OafiEK, ae''5';al 31d ~ u i QUEANBEYAN/ IiMT, ?aa I'Q.'at 89 %d ^ ! JW/BOCKLANP, ap.aiid w, 8 33 Mid i 1 B.BTONEW ilNGL/ND, com 5 at ,29iid !LT\V ySPEXNGVAL'fc, mfe and h 7 'at 28d; .. af and fo 5 at';28Hd ' ? ' 4?' BL/OEIiEGATE, 1st com h ai)d. 2nd comw 7 ijjt; 32d, , at and aw 12, at-.jad,' ae andciw , 6 at. 31d (i. . , l ; O . — ? - r , do-op. W, anij| P. Co., Lt^i. ; : ' \. ' ' ; i' . v' r --v ?i'-: ?...

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WHAT IS HUMOR? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

WHAT 16 HUMOR? Widespread and general as the Bub ject -is there are very few people if %ho g»ve a definite and clear lr8! °f wbat hmnor really is. We all know— or think w'e do— what it is not. but to give it an acceptable de Srfk°nfi]f Zi th? eas/ task one may pink till one sets out to do it. Many lectures have been given and many tion rarely follows. ' C°nVlc' delivered m London, attempted to give a definition of this elusive quality. It is most extraordinarily dilfcult, said Dr. Lyttelton, to say what humor really is. It is certainly one of tha greatest gifts of Providence. That be ing so, why should a long series of funny stories, stories and nothing £lse fall so fiat? A friend of mine, a &chool- master, reaohed his anecdotage, and told stories from morning to night. An other friend arranged to go with him on a walking tour for three days. The stories told by my first friend never stopped, and at the end of the second day my second friend renounced the walk— he could endu...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Principal Cattle Averages [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

MneSpal Cat&e ' Averaofit j W. Cox, 30 blks. .. 16 4 0 ? S. and F. M. Payne, 17 bibs. 14 8 0 W. H. Johnson, 19 blks. . . 14 7 3 W. Reynolds, 20 blks ..13 3 6 F. T. Payne, 11 blka . ..13 0 0 T. Grant, 9 blks . . 12 17 9 Gundebri Est. Co.. Ltd., 20 b 12 15 0 rA. W. and A. E. Thompson, 30 blks. , . 12 5 4 K. M. Cameron, 31 blks .. 11 16 2 A. W. Elliott, 99 blka. .. 11 15 9 P. Stacey, 10 blks ..11 9 9 Capp Bros, 11 blks . . 10 18 0 jK. B. Oudmore, 49 blks .. 10 17 6 C. E. McPhersoh, 18 blka . . 10 10 3 N. Finlayson, 30 blks. . . 10 7 '2 G. Robinson, 44 blks . . . . 10 7 7 D. Robinson, 22 blks . . . . 10 3 8 John Robinson, Junr., 32 blks 10 0 1 F. Millet, 9 blks . . 9 9 5 F. Wilkinson, 64 blka — 9 5 0 F. C. Johnson, 13 blks ..860 J. Thomas, 12 blks . . 8 5 6 H. A. Abbott, 22 blks. . . 8 16 9 \V. H. Brayshaw, 31 blka. . . 8 14 12 T. Simpson, 11 blks. . . 8 12 0 W. HoDens, 11 blks. ... 8 13 0 E. M. Perrott. 5 blks. . . 8 4 ti F. W. Sykes, 11 blks . . 7 14 5 D. and H. Wilson, 12 blk...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

(By 'Planets.') F.M.G. — There is a lot in what you say, and the Journal will give it a kick along. In America the people are eating more meat because of a pub licity campaign run by the producers and packers. Probably a similar cam paign in Australia would do good. It is worth thinking over, anyway. F.F. — Thanks. The Journal will be pleased to avail itself of the offer. The Journal has many good friends in the country, and -it is proud of the fact. Friendship is the best ship in the world, and will cary us safely to port and happy havens. J.B. — I2ie value of the current Aus tralian wool clip is not yet known be cause the wool is still being sold. It probably will be somewhere about £50. 000,000. The wool sold in the Sydney market during the 1922-23 season was valued! at £18,921,509. The value of the wheat and other cereals produced in Aus tralia, on the latest official figures was about £35,000,000. Hie value ot tie minerals produced in Australia in 1921 was £19,977,384. W.W. — S...

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TRUCKINGS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

TRUCKINGS The following ware tho numbers of truofcs ord ered from tho Railway Department up to 4.30 p.m. on Monday (3/3/' 24), for the i£3V dormentiotfsd salo days ^ at H o^busjij-^ ? ? ? March. Sheep. Cattle. 8 . . 269 . . 322 10 .. 110 .. 155 13 .. 92 .. 123 17 .. 4 .. 11 20 .. 31 .. 2« 2« .. 0 .. 7 28 . . 0 . . 32

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