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"Eat More Beef," Queensland Says [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

'Eat More Beef,' Queensland Says AQueenslander wants to see the million people in Sydney eating a pound of beef each a day. Tin's, he holds, would save the cattle industry, and make the city people healthier and happier. You will see the idea worked up into verse in another part of this issue. It has caught our cartoonist's fancy, and like youth, of course, he must have room to spread. Between ourselves, there is something in- it I At present, we have too few sheep, and too many cattle in Australia. Economically, from the national viewpoint it is bad to see, just now, sheep being sent to the butcher, unless they are aged or culls. They are of more value to Australia growing wool, than dished up on the table. If fewer sheep were marketed, there would be a bigger and better market throughout Australia for our surplus cattle. So that the marketing of more cattle and fewer sheep would be a national gaini Undoubtedly, as far as Sydney is concerned, fewer sheep and more cattlo will be mar...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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This World Gives Us a Longer Chance [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

This World Gives Us a Longer Chance PEOPLE are living longer than they used to Life is lengthening out, and this gives most of us a better chance! English statistics show that in 1854 the average expectation of life at birth was, for males, 39 years, and females about 41 years. In 1922 it was fox males, 54 years, and for females, 58 years. This is a startling increase I How haa ilio grcal dlUllgU btteu l/rcmglxHb aVuutP Dy grootct fttioiition - - to infant life, and by the advance of science generally. We know ever so much more about infant life than we used to, science is conquering disease, and sanitary science has worked a revolution in the cities and towns In 1854 the mortality amongst children before reaching the age of one year was 164 to every thousand males, and 135 to every thousand females born. In 1922 the figures were 90 for males and 69 for females. This decrease in infant mortality is one of the healthiest signs of the times I Infant mortality is lower in Australia and...

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

A. Saunders' double cut Diamond Ring, 18ct. Gold, Platinum set ? 21® Larger Diamonds, £12/10/-, £15, £20 A. Saunders' doublo cut ' Diamond Rinsr, 18ct- Gold, real Platinum set . . £10 : ^ ' B m A. Saunders' fine Diamond set Tablet Ring, 15ct. Gold, £2 A. A. SAUNDERS FINE WHITE DOUBLE CUT DIAMONDS SET IN REAL PLATINUM AND 18et. GOLD A. Saunders' doublo cut Diamond Ring, 18cL Gold, Platinum set £15 Larger Diamonds, £20, £25 *58518^ A. . Saunders' double cut diamond Ring 18ct. Gold, platinum set ? £10/-/ Larger Diamonds £15/-/-,. ..£20/-/-. A. Saunders' doublo cut Diamondi Ring, Platinum set in 18ct. Gold ? «0 | Larger Diamonds, 1 £12/10/-, £16, £20 A. Saundero' double cut Diamond Ring, lgct. Gold, Platinum Bet . . ? £8/10/- ring booklet, with size CARD, FORWARDED ON REQUEST. WE PAY POSTAGE ON ALL ORDERS. A. Saunders' Gent's I 9ct. Gold Bloodstone g Signet Ring . . 35/- | SAUNDERS JEWELLER = OPTICIAN J 805-813 Ceorge Street, Sydney (Opp. Railway station). I

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

.Graham Brothers' MOTOR TRUCK WITH DODGE BROTHERS POWER PLANT Preoent-day transportation needs emphasise the value of Graham Brothers Truck under almost any condi tions. It is light— considerably lighter than the average truck of equal rating. It is sturdy, because it is built of material selected for quality rather than bulk. It Is scientifically designed to save the owner money, both in his initial investment and in his operating costs — and tho records provo emphatically that it - does. ?- SOcw.t.. CHASSIS PRICE £515 CASH 5 □odseBrothers LIBHT DELIVERY TRUCK M ~'~-1 \ 15-18ewt. . Chassis, Qtted with standard open-type j '? ? * - Body, having comfortable ? front seat, maple canopy, ? f and flrst quality timber throughout. [ IMMEDIATE DELIVERY v , PRICE, £350 COMPLETE ''w I including 6 Cord Tyres. \ Standardised Motors Limited ! 276-278 CASTUeRe^QH SJReET.SYDNeY , I ' 7/3/24. ^ ,

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

Tally's 'NevCTtire' Sadie al is Better than any Saddle at £10 or even more. - We can honestly say this, and, it n \ ^-*55^ !ni?aS?e up J?y glowing testlmon /\ \ Bat'sAed users of the KgV V Never'1- Our work is the best, C\ SB lowest 6 best' and Prloe - IV 0 I vihctorVneVfenri,lre h?s dogskin Beat, ' II (j®Y- A\ nanot hi£?;0lnFs' leather points to ? lif TTVv Ml Dads 8fro?£ knee and thigh ess'' f x3»,te„-.c«rBr,«/T ln N.SW I \\ J 'S'ijW 'SC eayo:— to nearsit I \W: Dear Sir: ' Leeton- 10/4/'23 ' Port or b / /' »? A Turin . . Railway | ILtJa) aoon na forward rne as Station. . I tim/ tire sartX! 6 on-? of your Never Queenelaad \ 04 IW/ cingle^3 I %Tvof. ^ hT'' S froiBhtto \ ^ *» My. In tho 'Stock Journal' T onil rlrtor* \ M wmTend^r0' trusting tlmtyou RjlC Y Am . got (flie fr?m \0Tt Sadd,e' aa 1 1 Station t/U which I w™ wr, , yoa''s a£° 6/- Extra. FIN for it is nn mm y pleaBed With 1.1 1 I think u B°°d aH, new yet, which ; Uv for tliem i« itS°i advertisement use. , fr.as fra(J constant J...

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

William F arrer ' ? ? ? (By Walter S. Campbell.) i j^.-, n ? Mr. Walter S. Campbell, who writes this article, for the. Is : 'Stocli Journal,' was Director of Agriculture ? in 2V.tf.lF. foi j - many years. He knew ?William Fairer very well, and is well S . qualified to write the article ?. Fairer, because of the work he i ^ did for Australia, was a Great Australian, and he should be re | viembered. A generation hus arisen- that knows not Farrer, but at least it can be told about- him: — It wns about tho year 1874 that I v ? became acquainted with the late William Farrer, tlion comparatively a young man, liaving been born on 3rd April, 184o. His birthplace was ?Kendal, in Westmoreland, England. After attending tho famous -Bluecoafc School, and gaming very high honors there, he went to Pembroke College, . Cambridge, graduating in 1868, with Y think,, third place in the Wrangler's Mathematical Tripos, a high honour indeed. AUSTRALIA FOR HEALTH. A year or so afterwards he deter mined, ow...

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UP-TO-DATE METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

UP-TO-DATE METHODS. Mr. W. T. Merriman, of Merry ville, Yass, has secured a Graham Dodge motor lorry, specially fitted up for moving his stud sheep about. The above photo, shows the lorry on its maiden trip, loading the sheep on the conclusion of the Queanbeyan show. This Is a good idea, and enables the sheep to be moved about from one place to another, or to the railway, with very little troubler and' with a brer savihR of time.

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

BRISBANE. (By Special Wire to the 'Stock Journal.') About 3500 sheep mere penned. at. Enoegera on Wednesday. 'The 'quality of- the offer ing was fair. The market opened strongly and /7% per lb was- realised for best mut ton. Prices eased, hofcvover, ae sales pro gressed, but firmed again towards tho end of the sale, closing at /6% per lb for best mutton. A few perw reached higher prices. About 2200 cattle were yarded of fair qua lity. There was a heavy s'upply of cows, Thos. Borthwick and gims, Ltd., and the Australian Meat Export Co., Ltd., operated largely. Prime beef was llrm at 25/ to 26/ per lOOibs. Good cows sold well, but plain and medium beef was cheaper all round.

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SYDNEY — PIGS AND CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

SYDNEY — PICS ANO CALVES. Pigs ,were only in moderate supply at the abattoir saleyards on Tuesday. About 1330 were forward. These comprised all descriptions, but consisted chiefly of pork ers. The general quality of the offer ing was fair. There was a good attend ance of buyers, who operated at about late rates for backfatters. Baconers were not quite so much in demand as during last week, and an easier tone pre vailed, but porkers, however, met wtlh spirited competition at advanced rates., Prime backfatters made to £9 (odd higher), good to £8, prime baconers to £6 (odd higher), good to £5/6/-; prime heavy porkers to £4/2/6 (odd higher), good to £3/12/6; prime light to 57/6. On Wednesday the supply of calves was lighter than usual. Only about 640 were forward. All descriptions were In evi dence, and, although bobbles made up the major portion of the supply, several consignments of well-grown calves were Included. The general quality of the of fering was fairly good. The usual buyers...

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AT A GLANCE. NEW SOUTH WALES STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

AT A .GLANCE. NEW SOUTH WALES STATISTICS. Period : Three days ended at 9 sum. OQ .? Thursday. ' .? Highest Temperature recorded : 103 do erees . oA , Bourke during Monday. lowest Teaiperatrro recorded: 48 degrees at Kosciusko during Wednesday night, and Bombala and Klandra during Monday night iugnesv Jfoini rcacueu oy uarymowr u.k 9 a.m. : 29.97 inches at Wontworth on Thurs day. . Lowest Point recorded by barometer at 8 a.m: 29.60 inches at Denlllquln on Wed nesday. . ,, ' ! Heaviest fall of rain during M hoars: 29S points at Tooumwai up to 9 a.m. on Wed- i nesday.

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Fairly General Rain Eastern Parts Expects More [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

? - ? * ? , . Fairly G@si©raS Mjiin — . . ?? & 1 '? : ?Eastern Parts Expect® Mom During tho past few days rain has fallen over practically the whole of the State* tho only districts not benefiting betas the Coast, north of Newcastle; and on the extreme South Coast. Falls generally wero figjxt to moderate, but in central and parts of the Southern districts falls ranged up toy tfcree-quarifers of an inch, and in. a few cases much heavier falls wero reoorded. The Weather Bureau expects further r*A-n ntitU thimilAK avap t.fin TJn -inlf of the State at first, contracting during tho next day -or so to tho North-Eastern quarter, where rain ia to bo expected, as tropical conditions are still fairly marked. Elsewhere the weather should bo fine and somewhat cooler frith west to southerly winds.

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

THE RAINFALL. . Tho^folloTTin^/ ttw» tbe.; tp^tal . rnixifall rfs corded in New South Wales up to 9 a.m. on Thursday:— Western : Tiboobarra 28, Milparinka 22, White Cliffs 17, Wilcannla 14, Broken Hill 11, Menindie 33, Pooncaira 46, Wentworth 23, Hungerford 1, WanaaTing 9, Enngonia 29, Goodooga 3, Brewarrlna 12, Louth 8,, Cobar ,18, Nymagee 20, Mount Hope 84, Eaa balong 13, Ivanhoe 25, Mosagiel 11, Euston 47, Balranald 53 points. N.-W. Plains : Boomi 3, Mungindi 11, Garah 9, Mogil 5, Moree 10, Millie 5, Bellata 8 points. C.-W. Plains: Coonamble 12, Gulargam bone 5, Canonbar 10, Girilambone 8, Nyngan 8, Warren 16, Nevertire 12, Trangie 15, Nar romine 11, Gilgandra 20, Tottenham 31, Dan daloo 25, Peak Hill 19, Trundle 21 points. Eiverina : CargeUigo 10, 'Hillston 90, Booli gal 45, Maude 15, . Hay 18, Carrathool 85, Darlington Point 36, Moulamein 57, Ardle tban 23, Barellan 36, Griffith 25, Whitton 53, Narrandera 55, Grong Grong 55, Coola HlOn ilv Co&aroa CO, DonUi-]uin. — AO, ...

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

WEATHER REPORTS. ( The following information is compiled from tho weather bulletins issued by the * Weather Bureau each morning. In tho 'barometer' columns will be found tho reading corrected and brought down to sea-level of the barometers at that station at 9 a.m. on the mornings named. The 'thermometer' is the reading of the ; dry bulb thermometer taken at the same time, while 'weather' is the weather *r observed at that time. The 'wind' column shows the direction of the wind and its «J strength at 9 a.m. on the last day of the period. The final column shows the -j height and movement either of tho river at that particular town, or the state of „ the sea when the station is on the sea coast, for the last day of the period. ? ? i ? ? ? ! . fj Barometer! | Thermometer j Weather. | 'Wind. |\Rlver Station. ' ||Tues. | Wed.| Thur.| Tues.Wed|Th.| T. | W. | T. | Thur. jThur. .? WUcannia ..|| 29.69 I 29.63 I Wentworth . . 11 29.64 | 29.65 | Bourke ....|| 29.78 I 29.73 I .'Cobar ? ? II — —...

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THE EARLY DAYS "A HUNDRED YEARS AGO." PAYMENT IN KIND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

THE EAllY MIS (By 'Fen-wick.') 'A HUNDRED YEARS AGO.' PAYMENT IN KIND. Just on n hundred years ago the 'Australian Brewery' of Daniel Cooper commenced to brew in George Street. Beer being a necessary com modity to most of the settlers in those times, everyone had. to have their quota. For those who had not the ready cash could p»y in kind. Many businesses . were conducted; in this way, but this advertisement strikes the eye first, and Is here reproduced. It speaks for itself. 'AUSTRALIAN BREWERY, GEORGE STREET. DANIEL COOPER begs to inform his Friends and the Public in general that lie lias established a Brewery, for the manufacture of Beer of the first quality, in which the best English and Colonial hops are plentifully used, andj which he will pledge himself to be a strong, sound, and most wholesome beverage, as well for the use of fam ilies as publicans. Payment will be taken in colonial property, and produce nt the market prices of the day, whether consisting of land, houses, gr...

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THE WHEAT POOL. WILL IT LAST? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

THE WHEAT POOL. WILL IT LAST? J At the annual meeting of the Wagga district council of the Farmers and Settlers' Association Mr. E. E. Field, one of the directors of the pool, was outspoken regarding the apathy of the farmers toVards the pool. He said : 'We want a written guarantee from the farmers of the State that they will supply not less than 75 per cent of their wheat to the pool for a period of five years, or else the pool will lapse.' Continuing, lie said it would be bet ter for it to lapse than continue under the present conditions. It was not fair to the few loyal members of the pool that they should put their wheat into it, and get less return than their neighbors, who sell to. the speculators and deal a death-blow to the pool at the ? same time.

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DIED IN TRUCKS. A ROUGH PASSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

DIED IN TRUCKS. A ROUGH PASSAGE. Included among the consignments of cattle at Homebush yesterday were two trucks of Hereford cows. , They were prime and really good sorts. When the train arrived, six were dead. The carcases and those which were alive all bore evidence of a rough passage. THio liv« on wq wprfi hnsfid at the S&Ie- yards and separated from the rest of the cattle. Two, however, were slaughtered. The balance appeared to have fairly recovered by about 5 p.m., but were not put up for auction. It was stated that they had travelled about 380 miles, were trucked on Tues day, and arrived at Flemington about 30 minutes past 11 on Wednesday night.

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N. Z. L. QUARTERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

N. Z. L. QUARTERLY. 'I want to increase the attractive ness of the 1V.Z.L. every issue.' So writes the editor of this well-known quarterly magazine. The editor is an enthusiast, and he is translating his enthusiasm into good works. Every time we see a number of this magazine, we feel like congratulating the editor. It is a really high-class production — its illustrations, its ar ticles, its get-up, are all high-class. Copies of it should be on show at the Empire Exhibition, for they would be a good advertisement for Australia. The frontispiece this month is a re production from a painting of Beau fort — not to be confused with Beau ford — in water colours, by Martin Stainforth. As everybody who loves horses knows Martin Stainforth has made a great reputation as a painter of thoroughbreds. The reproduction is excellent, and it will be cut out and kept by many people. Every article in the current issue is worthy of mention, but there is one in particular that attention should be drawn...

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

SltXM & QiOMfM ; AUCTIONEERS, . ? ;, Sworn Valuers, , ' Qtock and Station Agents, COOMA ! ^

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HORSE FOR 3/-. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

HORSE FOR 3/-. From Lithgow; At Lithgow pound a horse was sold for 3/- whilst not so long ago another wont for 1/-. Animals in pound have to be sold, no matter what price is offered, and some tjood bargains have been secured recently.

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

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