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Mr. LLOYD DAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Mr. LLOYD DAVIES. Mr. Lloyd Davies, who has been with John Cooke and Co., Ltd., Meat Ex porters, for 20 years, has joined the staff of the Colonial Wholesale Meat Company, Ltd. For years Mr. Davies has been buying at Homebush and in the country for John Cooke and Co. ; now lie is buying for the Colonial Wholesale Meat Co., Ltd. Mr. Davies, who had a distinguish ed war career, is known personally to a Creat milliv stncltnwnora in tl,ic Hfn+o. He is popular both in tho Yards and I in the country, and his many friends E will wish him the best of luck in his f new position I The staff of John Cooke and Co.. | fitd., has been disbanded. It is un- | lerstood in the trade that John Cooke | ind Co., Ltd., is going out of the busi- | ness completely, but no official an- 1 nouncement to this effect has yet been 0 nude. k

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What's a Poor Devil to Do? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

What's a Poor Devil to Do? ? * ? (By Doctor James Somers.) California is suffering from drought, and Dr. Somers sends us these lines:- — .4 while ago Fruit men got hit pretty hard, And so did the man at the plough; Xow the mttlcman's getting his name on the card, It's the Stockman that's getting it now. The strength of the grass is washed out by the Bains, And the young grass is killed by the frost; The cattle arc roaming the Hills and the Plains, And each one is as thin as a ghost. Their hides are- grown fast to their ribt and their back. And allow me to give you this tip — They have no more, fat than an old waggon rack, You could hang up your hat on each hip. When, the hay's eaten up, and the straw is all done, It surely begins to look blue; When the feed on the liange, too, it dried up and gone, Say, what's a poor devil to do? If ll.P. hna nlpmi-.n nt sw-o7. 7. ~ ' ' » pw-vvy \jf OWOJl fte UUIl 3/l*P them away To some, feed that can carry them through; If he has not a cent , ther...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Royal Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Royal Agricultural Society, ; The. monthly meeting of the Council of the R.A.S. was well attended, Mr. F. L. Martin, Acting President, in the chair. The Council had a number of reports before it, dealing with the extensive improvements at the Showground. The Finance Committee showed that the amounts already paid on the two new buildings at the Showground, the Am luvain' ? ? ? .1 T .1 ? 1 * » ifAuuiwio vja iiuusi/ujiu unu industrial Hall, amounted to nearly £100,000, and final payments would not be due for some time to come. Tbe estimate for the roads 'and footnaths r^nrlArpd ne cessary by the erection of the two large buildings, were accepted, and it waa resolved to put these in and have them topped with the Australian Roads, Ltd., topping in order to prevent tar being carried into the buildings on people's feet. PROGRESS. The Secretary reported that the works were well advanced. The new Industrial Hall would be finished in the course of three weeks, and the grandstand was well on i...

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Study of Seasons RECURRENCE OF DROUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Studv of Seasons RECURRENCE OF DROUGHTS. (By H. J. Jensen, D.Sc.). It is a common belief in the coun try that the seasons of Australia are changing, and very different from what they used to be. ' Most people assert that the climate is getting drier (writes Dr. Jensen in the 'Brisbane Daily Mail.') There is no doubt whatever that in pertain districts, which were coastal jungle until' recent years, like the Ulackall Range anu the Atherton scrun, the clearing of -the timber and vine scrub has produced a general diminu tion of. average ramfrul within such areas. But taking the Continent as a whole the rainfall is not much different from what it used to be in bygone years. Th© incidence of the rainfall may be changed, and the run off is differ ent. Clearings may, in certain re gions, lead to diminished falls locallj', while cultivation in former arid dis tricts will increase rainfall locally by a small fraction; but, although the change in average * rainfall is slight, the water holes i...

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Live Stock Market HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Live Stock Market' ? :|: ? HOMEBUSH YARDINCS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). Year, 1923 ? 3,013,878 Year, 1922 ? 3,502,184 February ? 152,442 - January, 1924 ? 220,477 August, 1923 ? 105,340 ' September ? ? '179,503 October ? 288,830 ? November ? 233,898 December ? 239,735 Last Monday ? ? 9,787 Last Thursday ? 26,120 To-day (drawn for) .. 2G,584 CATTLE. Year, 1923 ? ? 329,841 Year, 1922 ? 303,329 February ? ? ? ? 24,342 January, 1924 ? 30,510 August, 1923 ? 27,002 September ? 21,737 . - October ? 23,816 November ? ? 28,694 December ? 22,663 Last Monday ? 3,236 Last Thursday ? 4.066 To-day (drawn for) .... 3,395

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

new minister. At the Executive Council meeting on Tuesday, Mr. F. g. Boyce, M.L.C., was sworn in by the Governor as an Honor ary Minister of the New South Wales Government. The new Minister will assist Sir Joseph Carnithers (Vice-president of the Legislative Council) in- dealing with legislation isf the Upper Chamber.

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MOTHER OF TEN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

MOTHER OF TEN. Mrs. McGarry, of Muaibii, Is die mother of 10 children. Yesterday she wrote to the Finance Secretary of St. Margaret's Hospital, enclosing 7/- for one book of seven tickets in the Fire men's Art Union, wMeh is for the benefit of the babies in St' Margaret's, and all tbe otfeer hospitals in tins State. Mrs. He&arry points oat that ehe 'would lifee to win the first prize of £1000, which Is £100 for eatih child, but in any cose she is glad to help other people's babies, because she knows what precious possessions they are, and she is at all times glad to help them. Any readers who eend| a postal note for 7/ and a stamped addressed envelope for a result slip to the Finance Secretary, St. Margaret's Hospital, Box 2755, G.P.O., Sydney, will receive a book of seven shilling tickets, which gives them seven chances of. winning any of the £3000 worth of prizee, Mid will also keep one little baby for one week.

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Principal Cattle Averages [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Prisiolpai Cattt® Averaaes w JQ and1- Sons. 7 blks 15 IS 4 w « &5a»Pson, 18 biles . . 15 7 9 W. H. Mate, 18 blka . . 14 6 3 .Lynch and Thompson, 9 blks 13 4 5 A. and L. Manchee, 27 blks 12 6 1 A. G. Portor, 20 blks . . 12 1 9 Gldgee Station. 54 blks . . 11 17 o Gldgee Station, 54 blks .. 11 18 0 Peel River L. and M. Co., 40 b. 11 13 0 £. Readford, 9 blks .. 11 11 0 ,AYran£ V Whltc 70 blks 11 1 0 D. and H- C. Nixon, 6 blks .. 10 16 0 C. Adams. 10 blks .. 10 13 6 A. W. Elliott, 96 blkq .. 10 13 0 J. P. Miller,' 19 blks .. 10 9 0 A. Wilson, 19 blks . . 10 7 0 Wlllandra Past. Co., Ltd., 39 blks 9 13 8 McPhie Bros, 7 blks .. 9 12 0 — O'Brien, 10 blks -..9 7 0 Mack Deans, 32 blks ?? .. 9 9 10 C. A. Leahy, 10 blks 9 4 6 E. Readford, .7 blks ..807 F. Roberts, 9 blks 7 12' 1 W. E. Watson, 10 blks .. 8 13 6 A. James, 8 tilks and strs ..736 D. R. Manser, 10 blks and strs 7 18 1 L. McQueen, 22 blks and strs 7 14 0 Coobang Est., 8 cows ..910 P. Foran, 10 cows .. 8 18 0 A. W. Elliott, 179...

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

TRUCKINGS Tho following were tho numbers of trucks ord ered from the Railway Department up to 4.30 p.m. . on Thursday (6/3/'24), for the un dermentioned sale days at Homebush : — March, Sheep. Cattle. 10 .. 145 195 13 . . 222 . . 263 17 .. 25 .. 175 20 . . 56 . . 33 24 . . 0 . . 12 28 . . , 8 . . 54 31 . . 0 . . 3

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

MEAT PRICES The ' Metropolitan Meat Board supplies ua with the following list of the wholesale prices of meat delivered at retail butch era' Shops from Pyrmont Meat Depot on Thursday (6/3/'24): BEEF: Per lb. Ox Bodies ? 21id to 4d Ox Hinds ? 4d to 5/ad Ox Fores ? 1?4d to 2%d (Maximum Price for Ox Bodies, *%d.) Cow Bodies ? 2'/2d t.o 2%d Cow Hinds ? 3%d to 5d Cow Fores ? 1 -/2d to Z'/zd (Maximum price for Cow Bodies, 4d.) MUTTON: Lambs ? 8d to Sd Hoggets ? 7d to 7-/zd Wethers ? 6yz d to 7d Ewes ? 6d to 6/2d PORK ? 1/- to 1/3d

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

1=1 — SYDNEY—' [AGENTS THAT ? SELL STOCK AT HOMEBUSH : BADGERY BROS., LTD. . 10 Caotlereagh St., Sydney. ( I Pin, SON & BADGERY LIMITED 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. A SHEPPARD, HARVEY &r rn 89 Pitt Street. Sydney. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE CO. LIMITED 3 Bent Street, Sydney. COUNTRY PRODUCERS SELLING COMPANY LIMITED Orient Buildings, Spring St., Sydney. FARMERS & GRAZIERS' CO-OP. AGENCY, LTD. Circular Quay, Sydney. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND COMPANY, LTD. Sydney. A. MCILREE & CO. 7 Bligh Street, Sydney* y ? Wf'.' .'I'll ? ? AGENTS THAT ;; SELL STOCKS r PROPERTY ' M THE 'COUNTRY MUDGEE. A. F. Dussn & Co. Crcssas & G©». Malosss- & Barrett. ; ? r NARRANDERA. Ltoyd Brothers. Ceo. F. Culloy and Co. NYNGAN. A. Lyno and Co. Smith and Holmes. OBERON. D. T. McMeoUin. . ' ORANGE. J. S. Leeds & Co. PARKES. Walter J. Kelly & Co. PEAK HILL, Smith & Draper. / i 'r \ QUIRINDI. l7J!!iaea cadoll & Sons QUEANBEYAN. W...

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

The World's NW Masterpiece In tbe future tlie ESSEX will be a six cylinder Car, somewhm similar in design to its big brothen THE HUD SON SUPER-SIX. A The latest ideas in automobile practice are incorporated in its manufacture, and owing to tbe vast resources and eflBcient factory methods W the HUDSON COMPANY, the ESSEX-SIX will be offered at a price whitfo will make it absolutely the best inotoV car value obtainable. \ Write or call for further particulars\ DALGETY & COMPANY, LTD. | 136 Phillip Street, SYDNEY j I ? ? ? ? SALT - ! 40/- pei\T®n At above special price, l-r axsh, exceptionally good line SFHEP and CATTLE .SALT, in 10 oV 15-ton truck loads, bagged, on\ rails, Victorian country loading aation. Also HIGH-GRADE VVHITE^ALT, suitable for Butchers, BakersV etc., at 45/- per ton. Samples and par | tieulars as to freight rates, etd. on application to — 'SALT, i Box 4 1, Stock Exchange, filelboiAjo (When answering, mentlou tills paperX

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

CATTLE. About 3,600 yarded. Quality good. Market again cheaper. There were 3395 cattle listed for sale from 181 owners, but about 3590 were yarded. These comprised all de scriptions of veal and beef, from calves at 21/- and old dairy cows at 28/-, to prime bullocks at nearly £17, and prime cows -to juat .. oq £13. T*he _£eneral quality was again above the aveiogc of late. Good to prime bullocks and steers of all weights were again well in evidence. Medium to poor cattle were .by no means scarce, but as the bulk of the supply ranged from fair to good trade bullocks, steero, cows apd heifers, the general quality was sataa factory for trade purposes. There was a good atendance of buy ers, but the 3uppljr proved more than sufficient for requirements. Compe tition was dull, and the market lower. Early sales were barely equal to last day's reduced closing rates, and the market weakened further as sales pro gressed. The weaker tone was more pronounced on good bullocks oa the heavy side tha...

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

ROHU REPAIRS GUNS. Reliable English Guhs Holloway & Naughton, Special \ tl^?n2er, 30In. and 321n. barrels, Doth full choke, chambered for 2% In. cartridges high file cut rib, treble iwedge fast, cross bolt, side clips, heavy wAi£v.Aa/V£eecl?' „waInut pistol stock, MnHiH ^ ?S-' Pullt l° suit Australian fiwiil 2r f0Xes' ducks, wallabies, uingoea, and roos, r Price £13 10®i-Po8t Free NEW WONDERFUL HIGH VELOCITY &hOT OUN SUPER X CARTRIDGE infill ^^i136 w'se old ducks that cartridges11 range of the o.ther An P^ICOs! 12 oatige, 31 n., 35/. 100, 8/9 box. ] 20 *r%'J 1 per 100' 8/3 Per bo* I 20 and 16 gauge, 30/- per 100, 7/6 box I Write for price list and pamphlets I SIL f$0HI|i (late A.I.F.^. 1 SuMossor to\ w 7 Graham & Sons, I iin^rier*i? ! GradO) Firearms, I 110s. Bathurst Streat, Sydnay. I

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

SOME OF TM13 SAL.ES sheep. Pen of wethers, nice trade line, about 43 lbs., 6kln about 11/-! price 3i/3. ' Penprlce041/6r'm^' ant* ',eavy» about 58 lbs., good skin (worth to 14/-), ? Pe' price n»/7W°S' aae-*' ™ostly broken-mouthed, fair skin, about 8/6; 3S lbs., Penslflnrei2/-V^epr|ecro'3a/'8 ^rame3?' 8-tooth, average weight about 60 lbs,, Pen Merino ewea, prime, skin- about 10/-; weight about 54 lbs., price 35/3. PenpHcet031/?°0d -trade '1Utt0n' C,ean Bkln (9/6)' weIght aboutv 48 lbs., Pe%2Cr|bas!!3rp?lceWIt4/10f' 0O°d aVera3e qUa,,ty' Sk'n uneven (9/6), about j Pen,f„r°asbor?d an^ mixed, about 43 lbs., fair condition, skin 7/9 to 8/-; price 27/10. ' 1 ^-enaboutS64e|bseV,W% '3r'm° 3nt' '10avy» 0°°d clean skin (10/-), weight Pen crossbred ewes, good trade mutton, skin 8/6, weight about 48 lbs.; price 31/3. ^'crossbred ewes, old and uneven, plain quality, skin about 8/-; about 38 lbs.; price 24/1. Pen,Sr(?28bred lambs, good to prime quality, okln about 8/-; weight about 30 lbs., price...

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

' : «? ' i 1 1 , | | IIHIlW ?* j taillfip PastersSSsa AgsRt B. G. COHEN. DO YOUR BUYING THROUGH UK acd davo Tirno and Worry. essmisss ®mmo s?a m usual. Recomsttonded by several of tho J»ss'4fog,P{5storali3t8 in tho state. ATLAS BUILDINGS (Third Floor), 3 Spring Str&at, Ss/d nsy. . 'Phono. B2943. TTrrrrTirri ? ? mm ? ? ? mm ? ? ? ? ? ? -^~Trrrr^Tr. |H5E^F™t5'™EE5B1 i OVER 'BROAD ACRES.' rl.fll &J Cs»» and a half) per Cent. .1 I ARTHUR F. TARRAN, | 2 Castlsroagh Strcot, Sydney. | Reference: E. S. & A, Bank, H.Q. F0ISOH Dl ASTHMA THE GREAT flSTHHft REMEDY ' tsJO F30F5E SJ.BEPI.E0Q RIGHTS DONALD ROSS & CO. AMQEIL PLACE ? I AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY j r.~'~ No one can afford to to® without Inouranco protootlon. - IKSBEB WITH ' Tli® PMEIIX MSUMNSE Co., Ltd. - -- Total AcsstB, £30.000,000. Claims Fold. £175,000,000. fflEB. MAEINE, LIVESTOCK, MOTOE CAR, PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND ALL GLASSES ACOIDENT INBUEANOES. Anstralaalaa Branch: 67 Pitt St.. Sydney. Prompt and lib...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKET Report and Record of Sales. THURSDAY An Invaluable Reference for Stockowners. MARCH 6, 1924. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

a ifs ? or\iinT?TDir TCM to 'AT ^ nUMcoU5ri. ml [ Market Report and Record ®f~S^hsT^\ THURSDAY i| ^rmiTnaatM^ ? ? ? ? ? ? iinim n'niii ? ? ? n'i'.'i ? ? ? ? ? ' , T-^nrfj ' ' ' , . - \| ? SHEEP. About 24,800 forward. Quality gwxl. Markcti cheaper during the morning but hardened for a time in the afternoon. On the. day, generally la cheap. , There were 26,584 sheep listed for sale from 165 owners and about 24,800 were forward. These . comprised all descriptions of merinos and crossbreds and ocCasnonal consignments of come backs. Merinos ana crossbreds were fairly even in number. The general quality of the offering was again good. The major portion of the supply con sisted of fair to good trade mutton and lamb. There was, also a fairly good showing otf good to prime sheep, and occasional consignments of extra prime. The balance of the supply consisted of a moderate proportion of medium 'and a _ few consignments of poor sheep, principally ewes.'' Alto gether the general quality waa. sa...

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

__ | Publicity. . There is .no doubt that the science ot publicity is receiving increasing at tention from the, heads of the coinmer cial world,, says Sir Francis Joseph, president of the North Staffordshire Chamber of Commerce, at Stokeon Irent recently. 'Every business man,' he explains, feels to-day that the best method of supplementing the activities of his travelers is by letting the press call upon i his customers. We have been behind m this country in this matter, and therefore we ought to do everv thmg 'possible to help to extend publi city iji our main industries.'

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

? ail n' ' 1 1 1 in ' 'iVSwwUU ,': AGEMTS THAT ! SELL STOCK & .[property in JTHE COUNTRY BARELLAN. W„ & W. J. Nixon. BARMEDMAN. - P. H. Sfiaahan. BLAYNEY. 'M. B. M. PiBOft. BOURKE. H. M. \VQTO. CONDOBOLIN. ' - H. 0. Moulder. Ous. Qro'vs/n & Go. S. R* Scott & CO. COOLAH. Scully & GO. ; COOMA. ? h. t. m. roso. COQNAMBX.E. ColcJs&roufih, Mcrt & Co., Ltd. COWRA. 0. SC. Reso & C . -COOTAMUHDRA. ©. j. Rand. _ ' ' ; Geargo Thompson & Co. GOULBURN, W. H. Wheatloy. H. L. Broadhaad GILGANDRA. Gfc7iotio Bros. GLOUCESTER. . ' ? Bisattstaraesai ? Co. .? Lata Goauoamp & Co. Oouglas Waddoll & Co. GUNDAGAI. Wv E. Kylo & Co. E. A. Tout & CO. Shepherd & Oaks. GUNNING, c. E. Ardill. GUYRA. A. A. Brown & Co. HAY. . Wilkinson & Lavondar, Ltd. hillston. Ranken & Kneshtn. KEMPSBY. ~ ? Clin, MitchoJI & Easton, Ltd. MAITLAND (West). E. V/. SparUo. O.K. Young, j. Enr...

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Why Not Produce More Lamb for Market? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Why Not Produce More Lamb for Market? NEW South Wales should produce two or three times more lamb for export than it is doing. Such production would pay all round, and the State would be the richer. Australian lamb has sold wonderfully well on the British market for years. Season after season it sold at from 8d.to 1/- a pound in London, and the supply was not anything like near to the demand. While beef was a drug on the market, lamb was selling splendidly. New Zealand has found lamb production almost a gold mine. New Zealand has specialised in the business, and found it wonderfully good. Much of the success of many landholders in New Zealand is due to lamb production. Now Mr. Arthur Manning, M.P., Vice-President of the Australian Meat Council, returns from Tasmania with the news that Tasmania is going in strongly for lamb-raising for export. The indications are that Tasmania will find it very profitable. Why does not New South Wales do much more than it is doing? It has the climate...

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