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Sheep-Shearing Championship WESTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Sheep-Shearing _ Championship WESTERN DISTRICT. One of. the most interesting and best patronised of all the many functions during the 'Back to Bathurst Week' celebrations was the sheep-shearing contest, which took place in the local Showground on Saturday, March 1st. In the hands of a number of Bath urst's leading graziers the whole ex hibition went off without a hitch from the very inception, and the response Ktt nil iti wnv nf hibln hnth flnnn cially and otherwise, was surprising. The executive are much indebted to Messrs. Dangar, Gedye, and Co., Ltd., who stood right behind them in every way. Besides bringing and erecting a complete power plant of six stands, free of cost, they had in attendance their well-known and popular repre sentative, Mr. Jas. Davidson, who was in complete charge, and Mr. Weath erly, whose concern was the machinery and* cutters, and both these gentlemen, by their tact and efliciency, were of inestimable assistance. Mr. Davidson, Who has had 35 years' knowle...

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

NATURES ALLY 'MILLS ' BILLABONG PUMPS Write for prices DANKS, 324 Pitt Street, Sydney. TR.OUGHING *

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

lie liilii if merino ftii telli, i J - m --TiJreou *^au-'onj ramsi Winners of the shearing prize at tha ah o r n 'l n c o mpeti t ftfn ,° 1 923 ® 0 c 8how rams publicly ohorn, 1922, and ganelfa 'stu^at Haddo'n' R?g! ^his8 he'di^by' thf puTc'hlse 'of 1 Tstu6 ^m's and 1,900 aged. ewes. A letter dated :ird SeptemlK?r ?882 frL AusUn and Millear, Wanganella, supplies the breeding of these rams-— AU0UIf ana 2 by3^!rE.,^2'by «{|r'p.» 'y 'Warrlor-' 4 'y 'No. 37, '4 by ''Nd; 30,' All the sires of these rams were represented at the Melbourne Exhibi tion of 1880 by their fleeces, which formed half the Wanganella nrlze casp Thr,°h .7ere the two celebrated sf^s of that perttod!' The breeding of the foundation rams of the Haddon Rig Stud Is, therefore, undeniable. ' The entire stud was purchased by the present owner In October, 1916, FRANC B. S. F A.LKINER, Haddon E&ig, IVarren.' | LEADING S.A. STUDS NORTH DUNGAREE MERINOS. 'NORTH BUNGAREE' Is the Northern portion of the original 'Bungare...

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For Women in the Country & City or Country FASHIONS ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

-For Women in the Country & City Conducted by Mrs. Marie Irvine FASHIONS RQUlfD By 'Cayenne' 'Place aux Dames' 3s the usual rule of tails column, but a recent pronounce ment, from London on tlie subject of men's evening dress makes us give a moment's thought to the sterner sex, and his satorial needs. There i» a startling rumor that tlie 'dinner jacket' Is doomed, and that well dressed men are returning to 'tails and white ties. In fact, it is more than - mere rumor that the dinner jacket is dying a natural death among men who go out a lot and follow the fashions. The vogue was thought to he a last ing one, and many men favored it for the most formal occasions. But now it is quite ext inordinary how the iide has turned, and tail-coats and white ties are seen in all the theatres and restaurants and dance clubs. Officers in the (Juanfc are not al lowed to wear dinner jackets in pub lic, and if one were to he seen wear ing anything otherwise than the tail coat, white lie, and w...

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

[ When down for the EASTER SHOW visit MAY MOORE'S studios, for Artistic Photography t 139 King Street, Sydney

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THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK HER EXCELLENCY LADY DE CHAIR [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK HER EXCELLENCY LADY DE CHAIR 11 ere is a pleasing' likeness of the wife of our State Governor, Lady de Chair, who is avowedly a devoted gardener. Born in South Africa, where the native flora is wonderful, and brought up amid lovely gardens, Lady de Chair should thoroughly enjoy the native flora of this State, while in her new home she is surrounded by a charming garden and a more beautiful setting than most homes can boast. That she has come here not as a stranger, but as One who y cars-ago-carried— away-thc_happiest memories of a delightful visit spent in Sydney, makes her the more eager to get into touch with the various features of our city and country life. Fond of sport as well as the domestic arts, her ladyship will find much to interest her in this young art centre, and her experience and advice should be most valuable to all. To take up her duties with her husband she has had to seperate herself from her children in order not to interrupt their studies,...

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

BINYA AGAIN. The sturdy little town of Binya is up and doing again with its little maternity centre in full working or der. The country women of that branch are presenting to the just re built hall (it was demolished in the windstorm last September) a hand some curtain for the proceniuni. There is also to be a dance for the C* ? ? 1 _ TT ? oeusiae xaomc. THE EXECUTIVE MEETING. The meeting of the executive com mittee will be held at 17 Castlereagh Street on Saturday next, at 10 a.m. Details are to be discussed for the programme of the annual conference to take place at Moree on May 21st.

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STUD STOCK HARRY R. THOMPSON BRANDING WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

[?] ? ? ? ? ? ? By Our Special Representative — HARRY R, THOMPSON BRANDING WOOL A correspondent writes to know how the different counts should be brand ed when baled. Ho asks, how many 'A's' aro put on 7()'s. and so on. When wool is classed, it is branded in various ways by different classers. There is no uniform method of doing this work. The combing wool, which comprises the bulk of most clips, is often brand - eu as nrst combing, with the rougher and stronger fleeces as second comb ing. The shorter wool is branded clothing, the best being called first clothing, and the rougher wool us second clothing. Some men brand the wool accordingly, and when they have somo very good wools of either of these classes, they brand it as super comb ing or clothing, as the case may be. In some sheas, instead of using the brands super, first, and second, they brand the bales AA combing, A combing, and B combing, and tho same with the clothing. Personally, I like the straight-out method, but still t...

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Goulburn Annual Ram Sales [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Goulburn Annual Ram Sales Last week W. H. Wheatley, Goul lmrn, held the 19th annual ram sale, ivhen about 1500 were penned. Many of tho best studs were represented, and tho sheep on the whole were a very rice lot. Thero was a large attendance of buyers, who competed readily, and a satisfactory clearance was made m short time. It was considered one of the most successful of the series that had ever been held. Prices were very good, and judging by the buying power a much larger number of rams could have been dis posed of. As it was, some of the would-be buyers had to go away empty handed. W. H. Wheatley deserve credit for the manner in which the sale lnftl been conducted. A number of small pens had been specially erected in the sale yards, and everything went off without a hitch, and without loss of tijne. It was a well carried out sale. A very good catalogue had also been printed, containing over GO pages. Messrs. F. S. Falkiner and Sons, Ltd., of Boonoke, liad three good rams which ...

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NEWMARKET SALES MELBOURNE—SHEEP SALES. L. A. FAIRBAIRN AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

NEWMARKET SALES MELBOURNE— SHEEP SA^ES.*' It, A. FAIRBAIRN AND GO. 361 x and cbk w, W. V. Ryan, Gooma libee Park, to 40/10; 337 vcbk w, W. V. Ryan, Benalla, to ??85/4;. 381 ? cbk. and ? m wr W. J. Grlrfen, Tooberac, to 36/4 avg 35/5; 154 w, G., 36/10' avg 35/8; 144 m w, Hill Plain, to 38/11 avg 38/-; 117 cbk w, W. V. Kyan-i Wangaratta, 'to 46/4;-. 69 cbk and m w, Thos.- Xildgett, Grsendale, to 41/10 ?avg 40/2; 61 m w, E. Alexander, Rockband, 39/10. 246 x e, W. V. Ryan, Benalla, 40/-; J67s. and cbk e, W. V. Ryan, Wangaratta, . to 32/10; 153 x and cbk e, W. V. Ryan, Goomalibee Park, to 33/11; 119 x e, Chas Banks, Telomen Park, to 33/5 avg 35/8; 104 x e, Alfred Martin, Llaatdenny, 39/9; 97 x and cbk e, W. M. Barnes, Oakburn, to 39/- avg 36/4; 94 x e, Eugene Cantwell, Mt. Egerton, to 36/1 avg 86/-; 93 x and cbk e„H. Collins, Blythletgh, to 39/10 avg 37/7; 92 x and cbk e, George Leishman, Snizort, to 39/- avg £36/3; 83 cbk e, J. H. Glenn, Homebush, Tylden, to 37/5 avg 35/9; 713 sh 1, Gie...

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CAN YOU PLACE HIM? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

CAN YOU PLACE HIM? A young man (21) from Kent wants to get 011 to a mixed farm for experi ence. lie conies of farming stock, can ride, and understands tractors, but realises that Australian conditions are different from English. His plan 18, after a few years' experience, to get a farm of his own. . I{ you -have a place for him, write B.H.B.,' c/o the Editor.

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AT THE GOULBURN SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

AT THE GOULBURN SHEEP SALES. The photo, above shows Mr. Albert Wheatley looking for bids at a re cent sheep sale conducted in Goul burn.

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SMOKING IN RESTAURANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

SMOKING IN RESTAURANTS. When the Licensing Branch sat at Cooma, recently, the police magistiate (Mr. J. L. Shropshire) directed the at tention of the police to the fact that both sexes indulged ip smoking in hotel dining rooms and restaurants. He said tho practice must be put down. A conviction against ,a publican meant innrk n rriii nst the -hotel. Smoking under such conditions was an offence under tlie Pure Foods Act. Smoking was prohibited in butchers' shops under the Pure Foods Act, and obviously it should apply to places where food was consumed.

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FRANCIS ROSS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

FRANCIS ROSS AND CO. 116 cbk w, E. Hayes, Minosa Glen, 43/7; 113 cbk w, W.-J. Chinn, Avondale, 39/4; 108 x and cbk w, A. Meiklejohn, Strathmerton, to 40/4 avg 39/5; 108 x and cbk w, Allan Hindley, Araluen, to 38/-; 95 w, J. A. Troup, Tourello Lodge, 37/11. 201 x and cbk e, Talisker Estate, to '3/10 avg 32/5; 115 x and cbk e. J. D. Dickie, Ouyenlea, to 37/6; 95 x e, S. Caliender, Xumurkah, to 85/2; 82 x e, M. Hlekey, Drumanure to 34/4 avg 31/8; 81 x e, Clurey Bros, \ouanmlte, to 37/10 avg 35/-; S8 x e, J. Mcintosh, Korum burra, 34/1; 65 x e, T. O'Donohue, Gar Held, 35/4; 61 x and m e, F. Collins, Glengarry, to 39/10 avg 37/10; 59 x e, J. Poulter, ByJands, to 37/1 avg 35/8; 58 cbk e, Hill Bros, Tatura, to 34/10 avg 34/1; 54 cbk e, Jas. Symons, St. James, 39/4. . ? 165 1, W. F. Robbins, Hilltop, to 37/11 a.vg 37/2; 130 1, Dyke Bros, Spring Hill, to 32/10 avg 31/4: 124 x 1, Win Hunt, St .Huberts, to 3G/10 avg 36/6; 123 1, Telford Bros, Hyde Park, to 36/1, avg 34/2; 113 1, Scott Bros, Ko...

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

fTsrowT*Srai#f^| A -OiSTSSENT, BATHURST ''feSS J±. TRICT, , -10,000 A0RE3 lor G months, £600^' Carry -000 Sheep or more. Also, 1600 ACRES tor 6 months, £200. Carry 1500 SUoop;, . Splon ' did grass, abundance of water. .„ Very ? few, rabbits. . ? /„ ? ? PITT, SON and BADGERY, I/rD„ ? Sydney. . . ? ? ? ' -. ? ? ? ^0 OUNTY CUMBERLAND^ 270 STEERS and HEIFERS,' 2V4 years, com prising 200 Steers, balance Heifers. Dairy ? Durhams. Good colors., ''. £3. Heifers ?' separate. £3 6s. v PITT, SON and BADGERY, LTD. GIGANTIC UNRESERVED CLEAR ING 8ALE. CHAMPION DAIRY HERD. HORSES, ENGINES, MACHINERY, . ETC. 240 HEAD SUPERIOR DAIRY CATTLE. AT TAROUTTA, 37 .JULES PROM 'WAGGA, N.S.W. Account Mosara. T. and W. Wintcrbottom. - *; on GA&JjRDAY, 16th MARCH, 1824, '?i; at 10.30 a.m. SV. BEST and CO., Auctioneers of ... Wagga Wagga and Tarcutta, will ? ? above— .-30:Snperior Stud Book Jersey COWS and . /?'. HEIFERS. 4 Pedigreed Jercoy BULLS. 70 High-class Picked DAIRY COWS. ? ' 100 MIXED .DAIRY CAT...

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JOHN McNAMARA AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

JOHN McNAMARA AND CO. 47G cbk w, Joseph Fenton, Rosalie Plains, to 44/6, avg 40/3; 370 x w, from The Bunylp Estate, 39/-; 317 cbk w, J. Anthony, Avon Plains, to 39/6 avg 38/3; 21b x w, John Ewlng, Klllara, to 43/1 avg 40/2; 216 cbk w, J. and A. McLeod, Harden, to 45/6 avg 44/4; 208 x w, Alex. McPherson, Woodbury, to 43/3 avg 40/2; 185 x w, E. Ryan, Strathmerton, to 45/10 avg 44/-; 116 x w, Patterson Bros, Nar gan, to 40/7 avg 38/3; 86 cbk w, H. Harvey, Yanco, to 41/- avg 40/6; 82 x and cb w, Jas. McCormlck, Landscape, 38/1 & 37/4; 65 x w ~M. Gaffy, Gienmore Park, to 41/7 avg 41/2; 9G x w, E. Ross, Ruth ven, to 42/5 avg 40/5. 337 x e, Flnlay McLean, Strathlsle, to 39/- avg 36/5; 260 x e, J. p. Kenny, Strathmore, to 38/3 avg 37/2; 240 cbk e, Palfrey Bros, Clovelly, to 38/3 avg 33/2; 216 x. e, J. and A. Campbell, Gusdagal, to 35/5 avg 33/8; 116 e, Brlea BroB, Klngsfleld, to 38/3 avg 35/5; 111 x e, J. Rogerson, Rlverailalo, to 35/1 avg 31/3; 116 x e; J. Anthony, Avon Plains, to ...

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

THE WILLANDRA PASTORAL COMPANY, LIMITED, HILLSTON, N.S.W. /, ? VYillandra. Stud, pure Wanganella b ood producing sheep of exception ally largo frames, plain bodies and good necks, broad in the shoulder, deep m the thigh, carrying good fleeces of sound wool— -a good coiiimerciai sheep with a strong constitution. Flock Rams, 3 to 8 guineas. Selected Rams, 10 to 40 guineas. Stud Rams, 50 guineas and upwards. Delivery on or after 1st April annually.

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

' 'BS« ' ? ? V VV \J 11 J- JwW *— »?*, ?* I 8TGGEC STATION ,, ' -4 ? ' (Continued from pag'o 20.) 1 f ' BUYERS FOR PROPERTIES .j yE«X£tioS,S:^SPECTION 01 PROPERTIES likely to suit tho | 10,000 ACRES, well-Improved grazing country, any good district. g;j ^ COOL CLIMATE, up to 3,006' ACRES, good sheep country, handy rail & school. 3| GRAZING PROPERTY, up to £14,000. Wallc In walk out. b| WOOLGROWiNG up to 3,500 ACRES, decent homo; reasonable distance rail. ????* BUYERS for GRAZING AREAS from £6,000 up, any | good locality. Owners please scad full particulars promptly to — 'j HAIM AND SEARIGHT, Loftus Street, Sydney. 11 '? 1 ''ii 1 LAND oS1 FBOMISE I WAITING FOR DAIRYMEN. SANDILANDS SUBDIVISION AUCTION SALE, ISth MARCH, 1924 TOWN HALL, MALLANGANEE. TERMS TO SUIT EVERYONE. 24 RICH FARMS, of from SO to 370 acres, unequalled for dairying, lucerne, maize, potato or cotton-growing. Township and butter factory 4 miles. Read what tho Parliamentary Party had to say about Sandllands and...

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

lSaBBSBS8Bi2BB^MB52iSaBS^gCnE5aiSSBE[S5gSEES3aEBBSSlSgE3£SSSS50B^ES£glui3SSgi:SB53e5£8', i i . Lambs at 32/ You will never get this price for your lambs if ypu leave the health of your ewes to chance. Before lambing see that the ewes are in th,e right state of health to rear the lamb j . you want by giving them a liberal supply of Prophylactic Stock Lick. ' ,Why? — because your next lambing will be on green feed, which, unless you pre vent it, will charge the milk of the ewes with such an excess of butter-fat and so little of the essential mineral elements, that the lamb will not be able to digest it and will die. Don't be satisfied with knowing that these things do occur; for your own sake find out why they occur and then you will more fully realise and appreciate the value of PRO -PHY- LAC -TIC ' STOCK - LICK £12= XT:' (S per toss' rnmmm, mmk -&€©., ltd The Shearing Machine Pioneers 16 - 18 Young Street iz S ydney aBilI15EaaiIgSlBai8BlSggC»jBliBIaBaBiaagSaBBBBSBiaBMBBiBBBB...

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FEBRUARY RAINFALL Above the Average Generally SOME GOOD FALLS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

FEBRUARY RAINFALL Above the Average Generally SOME GOOD FALLS February rainfall was above the aver age generally. With the exception of odd stations in a few districts, every where ifalJs well above the average were recorded inland. On the coast falls were generally either just on or slight ly, under tho average. The heaviest fall recorded during the month was 954 points at Tweed Heads, which was closely followed by 949, points at Coff's Harbour. Other good/ Tnrias 716. Waleha 657 v Lawson 66S' falls were: Collarindabri , 670, Booty 794, Garah 665, Walgett 636, Nunde 605, Emmaville 748, Inverell 683, GKn Kurrajong 823, Delegate and Kos ciusko 666, Murwillumbah 710, Jful himbimby 675, Grafton 615, M uu'ur- ondi 823 and Penrith 645 points, ifany other falls exceeded three and /four inches, while the lowest- recorde/ was 27 points at Pooncaira, being 46.1-oints below tbe average. This was one of the few falls below the average The following detailed figures and averages are supplied by...

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