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

Boiled D6t&m' ; You must not disappoint the, Homo Folk — so, dross in a kangaroo-skin over coat, blacken your face, use a Tioomer- 1 a'ng on the saddle, aad coo-eo I „ ' , . Whatever you ' do, wear that ' ibig slouch hat, otherwise they will, nover believe you are Australian. . J 1 A law mad© 228 years ago prohibit ed! hansom cabs from entering Hyde, Park, The law- -sndur£d unti£ .last wees. The English character. Mow, is ao steady as the Ro6k of Gibraltar, Perhaps that's why the Rouk waa' grabbed. , . It appears that 228 years ago, 'save- rs! jersons of quality' wcro ''affront ed by men wearing masks, who rods ia hackney carriages.' The epil that men do live after them — nearly for ever. , Now 'persons of quality' are as - extinct as the dado, and so another lav?- p £083 West. Wo live in' an age when, raea of genius are more plentiful than gentte- , men. « ? * « The franc is down to 108. .'Struthl ?? What a time you could; have had in 1916 and on, with, the frano at that' f...

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 — 11 March 1924

^ »tt«»«a8fteanwMtnawittw*«re«gB*n^g . 1 ] a ?? ? , | :: i | Boiled Down . j 'Beware when ail men' speak well of you.' ... Oih, ratter, but what are you to do when all men speak ill of youP Mr. 'Garden, of the - Communists, seemingly has.: no friends. Mr. .Lang, Labor Leader, denounces him— calls him and Howie ? 'the local Trotaky and Lenin, for whorn the Aus tralian-Labor movement has no use.' Pretty tough that. James MacMahon, a' big figure in , the Employers' Association, Saya practically the same thing. Jock and his fellow communists are on Labor's Black List. ' : o o 0 o j So Wo are going to have the Town Hall illuminated when tie Fleet is here. Aid. -Bramston opposed any recogni tion of the Fleet as 'it represented destruction of life.' Lord Mayor Gilpin appealed to . the Council to allocate £1000 for the pur pose. Six hundred of it represented wages for unskilled labor outside the Council stall. And with so much unemployment about he couldn't understand - Labor aldermen objec...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

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Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

. Further Reductions IN GALVANISED WtRE NETTING. Per mile. A. B. 43x1%— 17 ? £63 15 0 £48 0 0 42 X 1%— 18 .... 41 10 0 38 15 0 ,42 X I %— 17 ? 46 6 0 41 2 6 42 X 1%—18 ? 35 17 6 32 10 6 - 36 x 1%— 17 ? ? 46 6 0 41 6 0 . 36 X 1%— 18 ? 35 7 6 33 0 0 36 X 1%— 17 ? 39 7 6 35 2 6 36 X 1%— 18 ? 30 16 0 28 0 0 Special quote for 6 'miles and over. Also, Marsupial and other Nettings. BARB WIRES— 4 points close oot. 12 12% 14 14S About 460 650 700 930 yds'ln 1 cwt. ? | 28/- 29/- 29/6 31/- per cwt. .. 3 BLACK FENCING WIRE. * I 8 10 12 I - , Black £17/5/- £18/6/- £19/10/- ton.. 1 Qalvd. £10/10/- £20/10/- £22/5/- ton HIGH TENSILE. 12% 10x12 12x14 Qalvd. £23/- £44/-/- £47/-/- ton . 26G GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON. In cases of about 10 cwt. 6 7 8 9 10ft. lengths. Orb. £31/5/- £31/15/-,. £32/B/- ton Crown £30/16/- £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 Machinery and Farm. , Portland C...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOME OF THE SALES [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

SOME Of ' THE SALES : The following sales will enable , those, who were not present, to form ? perhaps a better Idea of tho market, with the various fluctuattono: — S SHEEP. - | t Pen.Sv/es' p,laln^H?'ty' '»08tJy broken mouth, skin about 7/6, avg. weight J 381b., price 22/9. ' : Pen ewes, plafri store condition, broken mouth and Irregular In size, skin ? 5/-, price 12/-. ? Pen ewes, full mouth, nice quality, even lino, weight about 53lbs; late shorn, S skin 71-, price 32/10. ' : Pen wethers, 2 and 4 tooth, prime, a nice even line, good clean skin (11/-), j weight about 48lbs., price 37/3, : Pen wethers, full mouth, an- weight, 40fb., skin showing burr (7/-), price 3 29/-. : Pen crossbred wethers, good line, avs. about 54lbs„ prime, skin about | 9/-, price 36/3.. s Pen crossbred wethers, late shorn, about 50lbs, pelts about 4/6, price 29/6. ? Pen ewes, old, some .broken mouth, good stores, ckln worth about 6/-, price S 24/3. I Pen wethers, good trade sorts, freah and sappy, akin wort...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MAN WITH A GRIEVANCE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

A MAN WITH A GRIEVANCE ' Obviously it is a peculiarly appro priate time for us to have heard of the centenary of the'.Lancet.' The founder of this journal was Thomas Wakley, a man of 28, in practice near Regent street. who. had a grievance. He had actually oeen loemancu in uie puunu mind with a masked executioner who had reoontly beheaded the 'political desperado,' Thistlewood, and in con sequence had his house sacked and his furnitur® smashed. The Sheriff of London testified to Wakley's innocence in the matter, but the insurance com pany with whom his goods were in sured made much, ado about pay ing. and the doctor was forced to go to lawi - He won his case, but in the troubles incidental to the conduct of it received no help or support from the Royal College of Surgeons, of which, lie 'was a member. Throe years later, on 'a Sunday, the first number of the 'Lancet' appeared. It was charac terised by a lively spirit. It contain ed a violent attack ou the Poet Lau reate, Soutliey, an...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

— SYDNEY— . AGENTS THAT SELL STOCK AT HOMEBUSH JOSEPH LEEDS & CO. 5 Spring Street, Sydney. BADGERY BEOS., LTD. 10 Ca#tlereagh St., Sydney. PITT, SON & BADGERY LIMITED 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. SHEPPARD, HARVEY s, 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. AGENTS THAT ' SELL STOCK & PROPERTY IN THE COUNTRY MUD GEE. A. F. Dunn & Co. Crossing & Cox. M alone & Barrett. NARRANDERA. Lloyd Brothers. Ceo. F. Culloy and Co. NYNGAN. A. Lyno and Co. Smith and Holmes. ORANGE. J. S. Leeds &. Co. PARKES. Walter J. Kelly & Co. PEAK HILL. Smith €t Draper. QUIRINDI. William Cadeli & Sons QUEANBEYAN. | VVoodgers & Calthorpo. SCONE. R. & M. Lockhead, Ltd. SINGLETON. Craingo...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Answers To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Answers To Correspondents - C By 'Gossip.') J.M.T. — Tfcanks for ttie English papers, which come to hand very re gularly, and are faithfully read by us both. I have wanted to tell you a story for a long time. When I was a young man I lived: in New York City, and my mother used to send me an English paper every week, and tjhe American foster-mother used to reaa it, ana when she saw all the murders and outrages and crimes narrated in that paper she said: 'Thank God, Bobbie, you're out of that awful country.' And I knew that was just the opinion the English had of New York. When I read the papers you send I recall that story and giggle. When I look over our papers and see the murders and. shoot ing crimes and atrocities, I recall New York, and the old lady's remark, and I don't wonder that the English have a queer opinion of us. Nobody would think, to read our papers, that we were a peaceful, law-abiding people, unless they readi the Stock Journal as an anti dote. That is almost the on...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Principal Cattle Averages [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Priiieipai CatMe Iveri um i'JY' ®ulUyan' 18 blks. ...is 6 9 John llornssey and Sons, 18 blks 14 11 9 E. W. Alison, 18 blks. 13 6 2 T. Irwin, 9 blks. 12 15 n Dowline Bros., 19 blk*. 12 s u White Bros., 20 bike. n 15 5 ?a?-ir,K' it- ilaekay, 28 blks. 11 11 0 Gundebri Estate, 20 blks. ... 11 10 * Bert. Stinsor,, 19 blks 11 u e. G. E. Clifford, 50 blks. ' u g o iBakowoll Bros., 19 blks. jo 17 1 'Western Aeenta, 20 blks. . 10 9 0 Eobinson auu 1 iucent, Ltd., 71 b 10 3 '0 Ihos. Courmaji, 81 bike. 9 7 *9 J. G. Turner, io4 ulUs. 7 9 o 2 C. Baker, 17 blks 7 18 3 Cooinbil, Ltd., 20 b. and s. ... n 18 0 A. J. Emerson, 14 b. and s 8 4 1 '1'. H. Kelly, 10 b. aud s. ... 5 1 3 'Widdis Bros., 11 cows 9 2 0 Gundebri Est., 11 cows 8 11 5 L. Johnson, 23 cons 8 16 7 T. Honk, 8 b. and s. 8 5 3 — Porter, 17 cows 7 is 8 Widdis Bros., 12 cows 7 lfi 0 O. Korr, 20 cows ' 7 10 8 Widdia Bros., 12 cows ..' 7 14 0 T. McGrath, 5 cow-- 7 9 u JN'aughton Bros.; 11 cows 7 2 0 Bakewell Broa.. 12 cows ii. 6 14 9 'Rober...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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TRUCKINGS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

I TRUCKINGS . The following were the numbers of trucks ord ered from the Railway Department upi*-a&i30.i ? p.m. oh : M-orttfay , , (l0/3/'24), for the; un dermentioned sale days at Homebush: — March. Sheep. Cattle. 13 . . 245 . . 262 17 .. 85 .. 1233 20 . . 104 . . 86 24 10 70 28 . . 16 .. 28 31 8 . . 3 April. 3 0 . . 32

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKET Market Report and Record of Sales. MONDAY. MARCH 10, 1924. An Invaluable Reference for Stdckowners. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

& PHMFM1RH PAT ' . il IU 1, V 1UL^J.LJ %-J (V^iL JL. Jl: 'JT)L ill ? ?? 6 I ' ?? Mwrhet Report and Recordhf Sale®. , j MONDAY ' SHEEP. About 12,500 forward. Quality not as good as usual. Market opened, cheaper but subsequently hardened and closed strong. . There were 13,790 sh-eep listedi for sale and about 12,500 were forward. These comprised all descriptions of merinos and crossbreds, with odd pens of comebacks here and there. The gen, eral quality was inferior to Thursday's offering. ? Prime slicep were compara tively scarce, and although there was a fair Showing of fair to good trade mut ton and lamb, the proportion of me dium to plain slaeep was considerably larger than on Thursday. The usual buyers were in attendance. The toar&et opened cheaper, and com petition was generally irregular during tiie morning sales with values again in buyers' favour, excepting for good) trade ewes and wethers, for which the change was not material. Later in the sales, wJien a 'bet...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Training of Women [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

T raining of Women It is comforting to learn that Aus tralian women are not the only suffer ers from a lack of domestic help. Here is the finding of the English Commis sion on tho subject, as published in the 'London Weekly Times,' of Dec. 6th: — REPORT OF CENTRAL COM MITTEE. . There has been issued as a Whit© Paper the second interim report of the Central Committee on Women's Ttaining and Employment, reviewing the position up to the end of last year. The committee was originally appoint ed at the outbreak of war to adminis ter the Queen's Work for Women Fund, but was reappointed in January, 1920, 'to consider, advise, and carry, out special schemes of work and training for women unemployed, or women whoso earning capacities and opportunities have been injuriously affected as the result of conditions arising out of the war.' The committee had in hand a balance of .£94,3130, the residue of the Queen's Work for Women Fund, and the National Relief Fund allocated to them a further sum o...

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

CATTLE. . About 2,300 yarded. Quality fairly good. Market better. There were -2,354 cattle listed for sale from 105 owners, and about 2,300, including 218 from Queensland, were yarded. These, as usual, comprised all descriptions of veal and beef, from poor , calves and old dairy cows to prime - m edium- weigh t bullocks and prime cows on the heavy side. The I general quality was fairly good, but the showing of prime weighty beef was smaller than on Thursday. This, however, was discounted by a larger proportion of good to prime light weight bullocks?,' steers, cows and heif ers. The showing of medium quality cattle was. about the same, compara tively, and plaln to poor sorts, if any thing, wore slightly more in evidence, i : ix-' tv. J.w ? iff -33here was a -good 7 a'tiend^c^' ' ''of t 'buyers;. The market was aiore buoyant than on .Thursday, a^^tUtbou^i odd s^ics flefis UiG3*e wfirc..bar^ly to T&ursday'®, the gen6t^'tohe'df the max-ket was in seiloi-s' favour, with, values i...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The Need for First Aid A FEW REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD LEARN [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

The Need for First Aid A FEW REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD LEARN St. John's Ambulance Association sends out the following little reminder of the great need that exists for all men and women living in the ouitback to take a course of first-aid training.. TOie Country Women's Association, be lieving that all country people should; be ntted to render first aid when the, occasion arises, particularly pleads with their branches to form a class, Several have already' done so, but1 many others are behind-hand, f A matter of getting lectures is being considered by the association, and it is hoped that in future material assist ance ifvill be able to be given to branchca desiring to train. Here are the reasons: — (1) The knowledge, Tightly applied, assists the medical man, and lessens the period of injury and suffering. (z) Tne knowledge may enable you to relieve the suffering, and save human life. (3) You are taught what not to do, and thus saved inflicting further in jury or suffering. (4) You ne...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Live Stock Market HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Live Stock Market ;|- ? ? HOftlEBUSH YARDINCS. i . SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). ' . Year, 1923 ? ? ? ? 3,013,878 «?= ^ ,A Year, 1922 ? 3,502,184 .' February ? 'S.lu..-..';...., ? 152,442 ?. January, 1924 ...i...; ? ? ? 220,477 ' August, 1923 ? 105,340-.;. September . ? -....1,.. 179,053 s-. ,-C . , October ? ? ? ? ? 288-830. 1 -\ .?November ? ? ? ? ? 235,896 -, - j, Deoember ? ? ? ? ? ? 239,^0!-: ii Last Monday ? ? ? ? SI Last Thursday ? ? 24^fe Jj; To-day (drawn for) ? 19,79Qu ni , '' 'GATTiiEf.1 ^ Year, 1923 ? * ? 3291841'- ^ Year, 1922 ? 303,329 February ....;.if....«;;3...,.A.. T;24,St2.D A January, 1924 - ? ? ? ? - 30,510-.— - August, 1923 ? ....; ? 27,002 September ? ? .y.a.t.ii.vi.'t. 21,737 October s'l November ? ? ? ? ? 28,694 , i December * ? ,-..»».l.'..i-i;....... 1' Laet Monday ? ? ? 3,236 Last Thursday ? ? ? ? :3»67? To-day (drawn for) ? ? :2,354v-e! j

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The World Goes Round [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

The World Goes Round Among the many visitors that^ have' been out to Keera Hofcse in' the past few days, none are more en thusiastic than Miss Lairci, o'f Maul's Creek, _ who is convinced that both in position and general .organisation the country women have just what is needed for the western mothen Mrs. Claud Saunders, of Binya, is ia town, staying at 1 128 Ocean Beach, Manly. One q£ the chief interests this week is the opening of the 'Be Kirid to Animals Campaign,' a movement that every country and town woman ought to support. It is one of the real horrors . of this , so-called en lightened age, that ; the splendid, dumb animals are still, not safe from brutal, human creatures that starve and torture them, almost without, punishment, and quite without same. Cannot we women do. something no table to bring about? a better state of things for our dumb friends. Miss Joan Rayner, she who is in troducingto, our notice the art of the Green- Leaf Theatre, has just drooped in to say that ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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FARM PRODUCE MARKETS. MONDAY'S ACTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

FAREf PRODUCE MARKET8; m.' \ MONDAY'S .ACTIVITIES. it's. u. It is hoped that the1, demand for 'eggs w will reach tho supply during, the -wp'fe'k. ' » J but no increase in price Is conteniplafetlv, It Is proposed to begin to unload stored eggs' durlmg the week, to^bp™, .sold at Is lOd a dozen. If the wholes! ^ me atorea eggs are to oe ciearea- « the next three months, over 60,000 dozciS^^J per week will have to bo sold. There !-.?*£ are more egga In/ cold store now thun'MiO ever before in the history of the trade. , jb Large supplies of potatoes arrived on al Monday, which, with the large carry-over, j-j make a total of 24,000 bags in Svdney, . ,8 over 16,000 of which were from Tasmania. '? '\g Prices were stationary at last week's ' yr closlngr rates. Brownells were quoted at WZ £10, Bismarcks £9, Pinkeyes £7, Vl-;- ' - torlan Carmens £8. Onions wore quoted J £g The last shipment of South African maize for the season has now been dl.s« Pk charged. Sales are being made at 4s lOd ^ to...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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More Teachers Wanted LIFE ON THE LAND [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

More T eachers Wanted LIFE ON THE LAND The following letter has reached this I office from a country woman, and .it ! voices some of the needs of thfe coihi- ' try. The writer is evidently a little vague as to the respertive offices of . the Country Women's Association, and the Women's Country , Party. The former is a non-jjoaticai association, which strives to make things better for the woman on the land, but it holds no political opinions, merely banding women of all shades of political views together to work for reform. The offices of the political party, that is the women's section of the Country Party, are at 7 O'Connell Street, and a letter to the secretary will receive prompt attention. We hope that our correspondent will be able also to form a branch of the Country Women's Association in Ebor, for wherever a branch has been estab lished-, we have been able to get some attention to the wants of that - par ticular place. We enclosed the papers necessary for forming a branch of...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Victorian Women's Conference [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

Victorian Women's Conference \ The Annual Conference of the Wo men's Section of the Farmers and Set tlers' Association will open in Benaigo on March 17th, with a business paper the length and breadth of which might well startle all but the most sanguine of ' women. These ' strenuous Ladies, however, put the business through with a- despatch that their male members must envy, and many of their sugges tions ono would have thought might have been left to the men's agenda. One of the most interesting items from our point of view, is a request for a seaside cottage for tho wives of farm ers and settlers, which stands in the name of Mrs. James. Among the invitations issued is one to tile Country Women's Association nf N.S.W., and it* is probable, that the organising secretary will make tho trip.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The Country Woman Her Interests and Association MOTTO: [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 11 March 1924

-The Country WomaSs Her interests and Association , — - - . — _A I MOTTO - * I ' Loyalty to ttsa Throne, i Scrvioo to tho country through I , Country women, for Country woman, By Country VVessen. (be.«d as your views — wo will give you ouro.— -Ed.)

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