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HIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

HIDES. 10,689 were catalogued. - There was a full attendance of buyers, but competition on shipping account was restricted, and values for light and light medium averages were fully %d to %d per lb. lower. Medium weights (SOlhs. average) were in strong demand, ? and %d to %d per lb. higher, while heavy weights, which were scarce, were also frequently higher. Calfskins and coun try yearlings ruled decidedly better, and abattoir yearlings were firm. QUOTATIONS. Per lb. d. d. PICKED STOUT HEAVIES— to 14 HEAVY WEIGHTS (over 521bs.)— Best condition ? 8Vi to 10% Heavy condition .... 6% to 7% MEDIUM WEIGHTS (461b*. to DOlbs.l— Best condition .... 6%d to 8% Heavy condition ? 5% to 6Vi LIGHT MEDIUM WEIGHTS (401b. to 441b.)— Best condition ? 5% to . 6 Heavy condition .... 5 to 5-4 LIGHT WEIGHTS (351b. to 381b.)— Best condition .... 5% to Heavy condition .... 5 to 5% EXTREME LIGHT WEIGHTS (281b. to 331b.)— Best condition ? 5% to 5% Heavy ppaflUlon ? 4% to 6% u ' : i-* f o ? heavy- - ic - ? »? ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Anthrax. OUTBREAK AT WARREN. PRECAUTIONS TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Anthrax ? '5s — OUTBREAK AT V/ARBECJ. PRECAUTIONS TAKEN. ?' A message from Warron: — ^ 'Anthrax has broken oat amoz^ Mr. Fred Firth's Shorthorn stad at 'Locks- lea,' and so far 13 animals have died, including some of the best cattle in tho herd. 'One of the victims was a .c&szapkm cow which had won 13 first prises »t various shows, including a first at- tae Sydney Show. No eimQar outbreak has been known in tfcs locality durrag the past 40 years. 'Mr. Stewart, a veterinary Burgeoa from Sydney, has inoculated sur viving cattle.' The Stock Branch informed a 'Stock Journal' representative yestesrtey that the report from Warren had been con firmed. A Government oSsial was on tho spot and had tabea all the neces sary precautions. The Stock Branch points out t3iat Warren is in tSie -'anthrax belt.' A seri&us spreading of the outbreak is not anticipated,

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 — 11 March 1924

HOUSES AND LAND. If OB SALE. BONDI. BELLVUE HILL — BK1CK VILLA. 5 rooms, sleeping-oat verandah, every modern convenience, tele phone. electric light, gas stove, enamel bath heater, lawn, garden, fernery, com manding lovely views, beautifully famish ed, Steck-Gotha Pianola, cabinet gramo phone, lonnge suites; everything for com fort. £2760. Walk-in, walk-out. Apply — 'KLLOEA,' Balfour.rd., Woolahra. Tel., Edgr-'cliff 1111. --=====-? MANLY.'— Vac. furnished double rooms, with conveniences, 7 doora from aurf. SI VICTORIA PARADE. MANLY. ACCOMMODATION. COOGEE, Lexton Hall, 157 Arden-st.— Boar! and Residence, first-class house, exc. table, ideal situation, ocean viows, 3 mills, surf and trams, handy show and racecourse. 'Phone, Hand 454. ' 'YTEWPORT, via MANLY. — 'BEACH -Li HOUSE,' superior holiday home, minute surf, booking Easter. Moderate terms. ? PARTNERSHIP. IN good-established Stock and Station Agency Business by young raau ; thoroughly conversant with stock. Apply 'GRAZIER,' c/o th...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Basic Wage NO ALTERATION. JUDGE BEEBY'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Basic Wage NO ALTERATION. JUDGE BEEBY'S STATEMENT. . The basic wage remains unaltered for this State. The wage will con tinue at £4 2a per week probably till June next. The President «rf the Board of Trade (Judge Beeby) announced tho board's determination (inter alia) as follows :' — It appears that the wage fixed by the Beard on September 7. 1923. viz.. £4 2s, was, as £be Board intended, in respect of the period of fire months from September, 1923, to January, 1924, slightly more than an effective wage according to the mathematical formula. The excess amounted to 4d per week. ''Hie Board's duty is to fix a wage for a future period of time, and in doing so, it pays the closest possible attention to tie records of price levels for times past. It, however, regards ? tiie movernesta of past prices as but one of the factors in the case which it is called upon to determine. The minimum wage fixation, the Board again states, is the maintenance of a halance in the levels of prospective wag...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, MARCH 7th, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, MARCH 7th, 1924. RAT.F.q WERE HELD BY THE SYDNEY, 'WOOL SELLING BROKERS, viz.: — „ AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE,. LAND AND FINANCE CO LTD.: CO-OPERATIVE WOOL and PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING «CO„ LTD.: DALGETY AND CO.. ? LTD.; FARMERS' ANH GRAZIERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO., LTD.: GOLDS BROUGH, MORI' AND CO., LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.; PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.; SCHUTE, BELL AND COv LTD.: WINCHCOMBE CARSON, LTD. SHEEPSKINS. 36,697 were forward. The usual buyers , were present, and a strong general de mand prevailed, particularly on shipping account, at prices which show a fre quent slight advance on late rates. QUOTATIONS. Merino— Pot lb. Full wools— a. a.. Best ............ 21 to 24 Ordinary ? 18% to 20 Three-quarter wools — _ Best ? ? ? 20 to 22% Ordinary ? ? 17% to 19 Half wools— ' Best ? 17 to 18% Ordirary ? ? 15 to 16 Quarter wools — Beat ? ? ? 13% 'to 15% Ordtaary ? ? ? H% to IS Lambs — ' ?gist ? 16 to 1...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORVEN ESTATE SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

liOSVRN estate subdivision. Messrs. BABG-EEY BROTHERS. LTO., re port having sold by private treaty, bn be half of the .Perpetual Trustee Co., Ltd1, and Duncan UcMaoter. Esq. (Trustees ft» the Estate of the late John MoMaster), Blocks 6, 7, 8 and 9, of the Iforven Estate, Colilah, Tho portions solil comprise a total -krea of 3616 acres. The agents further, aiviao that good enquiry exists for other blocks on tho estate. \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

MAKE iiOMEY ^ On tfea ©ale ©£ ymsE Fat Steels ??!'?.?. ; By taking advamtago of THE BENEFITS OUR ORGANISATION OFFERS Experienced Acctipaes-ya Personal attention to all businoss. Prompt Returns WIRE YOUR TRUCK EEQUIREMENTS TO BADGERY BROTHERS LIMITED . 10 Castlereagh Street SYDNEY

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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LAST DAY OF V.R.C. HARVEST KING AND QUINTUS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

LAST DAY OF V.R.C. HARVEST KING AND QUINTUS AGAIN. The Y.R.C. Autumn Meeting was conclnd-ed hist Saturday. The Gibson Carmiehael Stakes, an event fof two-yeax-olds, was of a dis tance of five furlongs. Spearfelt won bv half h neck from the Valais colt Metellus,1 with the Almissa filly-, Miss Disi-aeli, a length and a half away. firne, lmin. 2»i-sec. The wiiner' is by Shrapnel's sire, Spearhead, art' imported son of Spear mint, from -Ls'dy Champion, by Chal lenger (imp.) from Bangle (imp.), by Burcaldine. 1' Metallus is Uy Valais from Averse (imp.), by^Ornie, from April Princess by Ladas. ' X Miss Disfaeli ib by Almissa from Miss Slap (imp.l-, : byfSt. Petersburg from Sally by Bfcad '^.nife from Pindi, by Galopin, frib Dee, by Blair Atbol. I ' QUINTUS WINS LEONARD . - STiKES. Tho Newilarketl Handicap winner, Quintus, weiit outV'at 12 to 1 for the Leonard Stakes — aV six-furlong handi cap, in which the Valais colt carried 9st. He wojn by a length and a quar ter from the 4 to 1. favori...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Roster of Forthcoming Produce Sales RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, March 12, at 9.30 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Roster 0/ Forthcoming Produce Sales w RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, March 12, at 9.30 a.m.) 1. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 2. AUSTRALIAN. MERCANTILE LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. 3. GEORGE II. MOXHAM & CO. 4. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO.. LQ?JD. 5. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 6 COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 7. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD '? new ZEALAND LOAN and MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. 9. F. Sz G. C. G. I. A. CO., LTD 10. SCHUTE, BEIifc 'AND CO., LTD. n- l.Wfv) MON ry^NOl'BADU-l£KY, f'llTD. r- ^ L LO l^., Thursday,/ March 13j ir. atriiO auav) rv,.. ?? 1. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 2. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. 3. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY CO. LTD. 4. F. & G. C. G. 1. A. CO., LTD. 5. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD. , ti. PITT, SON AND BADGERY, LTD) 7. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 8. AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD . 9. G. H. MOXHAM AND CO. 10. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD. 11. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. SHEEPSK...

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HORSES TALK MOOREFIELD RACES NEW MILE TRACK USED Buckra Gets the Big Money [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

S H@KSE : THLBC j (By 4- Merrigang') \ MOOREHELD RACES ? ? *- ? NEW MILE TRACK USED Buckra Gets the Big Money Fine weather favored the Moore field Race Club's Meeting last Satur day. The feature of the programme was the Moorefield Mile, which carried added money to the extent of £500 as well as a Cup of the value of £100. It was anticipated early that entries for this eventl which, by the way, was given to signalise the opening of the new mile track, would be numerous enough to necessitate two divisions ; but when acceptances were declared only sixteen horses were left in, and therefore, one heat was sufficient. THE HURDLE RACE: After Pompous Boy's excellent per formance at Roeehill, he was prejudged good enough to score at Moorefield, and he started favorite at 2 to 1. Dialogca was at 9 to 2, Mervotia at 5's, Spear Song and Flamaco at 6's, Nelsonite at 8's, Call Up at 15's, and tho baiaaca at 20's. Pompous Boy, who was hard held in the early part to keep him away from the leaders, ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL CHANGE FOR HURLSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL CHANGE FOR HURLSTONE. Tho Minister for Education (Mr. Bruntnell) announced on Friday that the Department had purchased _ 100 acres at Macquari© Fields -near Liver pool, at a cost of £20 an acre, on which would' be erected an agricultural high school., He said that the! Hurlstone Park agricultural high school would be closed, and the work of that institution trans ferred to the new school. The land at Hurlstone Park was not large enough in area, and was also unsuit able for agricultural purposes. The new site' was near' the area which was some months ago acquired by the „Gov erument on which would be erected homes for' the treatment of mental de ficients.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

WILLiAMIMA A. OGG 5 p«r cent Commission will be charged ob all orders during Sale Time. Orders booked for French hand-made under doing. Trousseau work a specialty. - SOX 1231, ©.P.O., Sydnay. fHOTEL GRQSVENOR S SYISM E/Y i ' J M&& AW ATMOSPJUSBE OP BEMNEMENT AND A RE I FOTApON FOE HOMILY OMOPORT. EXCELLENT | O0®p-, AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION. II imiusiw Tcrinp/ie/- pc? day. I SyegraraBJ ' J , *7 CLIVB M. , CHATEAU / _ Manager.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Owning Your Own Farm ? — HOW LAND MAT B0 ACQUIRED IN THE RIVERINA. To 'own my own farm' Is the aim of every Intending settler on the land How to acquire it Is the problem one sets out In his own way to solve. In the Rlverlna, which Is the principal granary of New South Wales, there are speaking generally, two ways of se'lng on your farm. Firstly, by securing ^ block of Crown lands; secondly, by pur chasing freehold lands on easy terma. The area of Crown lands available for settlement Is rapidly growing less, but the construction of new lines of rail I- way has made available land that has been too far from market In the past to be profitable for wheat-growing. T his applies principally to the area east of tiie Lachlan River, which has been opened up by the NaranderaQrlintnHiii ston railway line, and the Barmedman Kankln Springs line. For most of the land available by the Crown there has been good competition, and applicants have to take their chance at a ballot. The tltVo is leaseho...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Women In Country And City Our President [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

.'Womiera I m Cmfisnftr^ Aimdl Ci t$r = (Conducted by Mm. E, M, IrvmeJ— &Our President A bosy time lies in front, flf our President, Mrs. Hugh R. Muuro, for , the next 4 few days. She has come home looking very well indeed, and full c£ new energy&ndj ideas for the asso-' f&atkai „ Her engagements include a meesi ng of tiie Country Matrons' Ball / on Friday morning, t&e 7th ;.a visit to Kecra House, in the afternoon; tie executive meeting oa Saturday morn ing, the 8th; a meeting at the resi dence of Mis. Mtzhardinge, at Warra ? wee, on 'Tuesday, March 11th; and on the following day she will open the big bazaar at Manly, , promoted by ?????-. iiwtnhpm and friends of the associa tion. Mrs. Munro has had since her ar . rival a number of requests for inter views on the subject of the maternity wards in the country, and it looks as if, by common consent, this will ' be our great work for the coming year, as every country Woman in every dis trict, wherever w...

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DOULTRY Progressive Poultry Culture Fo[?] Mood Crit. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

[?] Progressive Poultry CuSfafe ? -4l-' 11 (By 'Back&ing. ') ^ F©s23 BSsed-Crit. Do not n eg loot tho grit supply. Grits are necessary to the best health of the fowl. A lads of theiu will result in defective digestion. They grind. Thqy have been found to' form an im portant part of the fowl's food, also furnishing bone, material and keeping the plumage bright and healthful. Oystar shells are not sufficient. They most always be kept at hand to build tho egg shells. Test for Fertility. Test your eggs. Try a few to discover whether there are chickens in them, if your hens are not laying fertile eggs you'll want to do something about it at an early date. You'll neither wish to set infertile eggs yourself, nor sell them to others for hatching purposes. Give your breeders plenty of room. Feed them something in the way of meat and plenty of vegetable matter. Make them work for a living. In the spring time, at large, they get all this and more. ? Give them spring conditaraa in the w...

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A Welcome [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

A Welcome -???-' The following letter of welcome . was forwarded to Her Excellency, Lady de Chair, by the Country Wo men's Association: — v February 38th, 1924. Dear Lady de Chair, ? On behalf of the President and ? Executive, the Branch Officers, and all members of the Country Wo :~--Vv:--.nien's ??? Association,, we bid .you_ ana ' ' your husband welcome to the State, ceased with the ?Wish that your stay among us may be of the happiest . nature, and they send you to-day a : : lagssagc of their loyalty to the per . : enjr nf the. Kinc. and to you . and* *?our husband as his representatives. 'With your knowledge of South Africa, ive know that when you have 1 opportunity of visiting our own far ?fy 'off places, and are in a position to o^jtredate the difficulties and dangers that beset the country wife and mo ' sfeer .in .New South Wales, your j' ~h*vrt Vrttt go out to the women of / west, north-west, and all those iso lated places where life is often so ? tfeeary. _ _ __ _ ? The#%re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

L'Jifw i'fi ft I il-ftll Ik - i-^ I ENCLOSED DOUBLE CEASED 3 1 WINDMILLS arc PERFECTION fe Their Reliability Ja Proverbial. ? Fitted with Machine-Cut Geara, Ball I Bearings, Auto Lubrication, and 1 Btorm-Proof Regulators All Work- r/« i ing Parts Enclosed in a Duot-Proof Case and run in oil. H Over 50,000 Alston Mills now in use. a ?[ If unable to procure locally write si ua direct. i.- Expert advice and catalogues free. ii f JAMES ALSTON & SONS Pty. Ltd. S Queen's Bri^,^Me^ourne. Australia Jd ? 11 ? ? ''???? ? I.i.l-.l't ?i''.1,,,1,1. ? 1 y, n -? . ? ? ? 1.1,1 . , I,, ? I .ui, iii i ii 1 1 1 . 1. 1 ! i '.''an HARNESS for TROTTER or FACER eoo % FLEXIBLE SADDLE, ' 2- Minute Track Har- -$|, J? ness, loose check wink- 'Si . ,„/»///^ ers, overcheck, folded \//,.. handparts and hand- V ^rj, 'A holds, cups and tcacea, V WRITE FOR i0/t ^ real rubber buclclss. 1 f J SPECIAL u^, £14/15/- set. 4/j TROTTING V'A / % V « Flexible Saddle, W*h |\ CATALOGUE. | % shaft tugs, lieliybaiid [ I)...

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A Note for Branch Secretaries [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

- A Note for Branch Secretaries Will our branda secretaries note that now that March is here, they should -try and get their subscriptions re newed, and a meeting together as soon . as possible to consider any matter :t which they desire to send down for vthe agenda paper for the annual con ference at Moree on May 21st? All : sntih requests Should be in the hands ef the organising secretary this month. Also arrangements should be made to select their delegate, or delegates, and . these names should also reach the ? organising secretary early in April.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

' . 11 - ' — r^'oSSSSiSSa™ ~ ? ~1 ? 111 Klfllll ISlif Ml fliPBEHf ' ta™- li[Lilliiillf MUIS kM§ islsMi] Mill Up SYiKSEY | highest market values.' WOOL, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL mote. ' prompt returns. SKINS, SHEEP SKINS, BARK, HIDES, Liberal Mgu*. ? 1 XALLOW- HA,R, BGNES, GKAIN, Etc. | '-account | K. de L. CUDMORE, Manager. Correspondence Invited. Agents for Western Assurance Co. — Fly© asd 1^^ j

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Gifts to Keera House [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Gifts to Keera House A targe parcel of beautiful blankets Ms been received by the matron at Keera House from Mr. Jackson, of Robert Reld and Co., York Street, ©lis timely gift is most thankfully re eeived, and greatly appreciated by the ' committee. Miss Peggy Highland^ has seat us a beautiful porcelain-lined ice chest.

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