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Country Railway Proposals PUBLIC WORKS ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Country Railway Proposals ? PUBLIC WORKS ENQUIRY. THq Public Works Committee bold a meeiaiig on Friday for the purpose of further inquiring into the proposed con struction of a railway line from Cooma to Adaminaby, with a branch to Dal eeiy- ... — a ine committee aiso naa oeiore iu proposed railway from Sandy Hollow, ? via Gulgong, to Maryvale. MONARO. Speaking of tho former proposal, Mr. T. B. Cooper (Under-Secretary for Public Works) pointed out that the lines had been recommended by the Land Development and Setifenient Committee, with a viey of opening up the Monaro country, which waa con sidered suitable for oversea settlers, under the migration scheme; and also as a means of facilitating the trans port of stock to and frcsa relief coun try in tho mountains. Tho estimated cost of fhe main litis (Cooma to Ada minaby) was £488,200, or £14,300 per mile. The length of &e main lino was 34 Elites. The estimated cost of th® braacabi 20 miles was £286,000. Tit® estimated cost wa...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

RaMA Desfmetise CARBON BI-SULPH., GOlb. Drums, 55/- each Calcium Cyanide, 5lb. tins, 8/6 ea.; 101b. tins, 16/- ea.; 25lb. tins, 35/- ea. QUINCE JAM. 51b. tins, 30/10 dOZ. ?' RABBIT TRAPS, Griffiths' I.X.L., 26/- dOZj Lane's Patent, 30/- dOZ. 'H.l.P.' Phosphorus Poison, 21b. tins, 32/6 doz; Phosphorus (Stick), 10lb. tins, a/1 lb. ; olb.*tins, 4/8 lb. F. W. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Used fey ' all . Represafafwe Sisspia j STOCK LICK Jc I i I I PER TON

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

| Netting has never been so cheap since 1914. We will not be surprised to see an \ advance in price before June next. \ Either IMMEDIATE DELIVERY or we will book up for later delivery. | We are prepared to do this : 1 5 Rnnk uour orders to-dav and we give you the advantage of any reduction in price right up till day 5 „f rtErv anv advance occurs in the meantime, we protect you against .t. We will book up for ! deliw anV time in April, May .r Jun. Umt vou lha' 6' protection aeainst I any advance and the benefit of any fall in price and guaranteed delivery. ? A SPECIAL REBATE is allowed by us for quantities of 3 miles and over \ Sheep and Dog Proof: Galvd. Rabbit Proof FENCING WIRE | Netting Per Ton. r No. 8 Black, 1 cwt. colls £17 5 0 I . Per Mile. (n 1(xj yard rolls— Guaranteed New.. No. 10 Black ? \ ? £18 5 0 | 30X4X17 ? ? ? £14 13 6 B Grade, A Grade, ^8°a'V ? £19 7 6 ! .30 x 4 x 16 ? 20 8 0 ° u No. 10 Galv ? £20 7 6 | 30 x 4 x 15 ? 22 5 0 per mile. per mile. R|gh Tens,(e ? fc23 Q ...

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OUR PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

OUR PAPER. A Tenterfield stock -owner, after ex pressing the opinion that the 'Stock Journal' 'Is a practical help to its large family,' goes on: — We are now enjoying an abundant season, plenty of rain and plenty of grass, and there will be plenty of fat stock for Sydney in a row weeks now. We are most interested in various 'Journal' contributions, such as 'Stud Stock,' 'Around the Coun try,' and the articles by Mr. Bragg were full of interest. There is noth ing like knowing how our neighbors are doing things, and the 'Journal' is educating us in that respect. A lot of people cannot travel about, and I think descriptions of different dis trict methods of farming, climate, and soil and people is full of instruction, and I never tire -of reading them. Wishing tlie 'Journal' every sue-. cess. P.S. — I think 'Gossip' must be the finest chap who ever wrote in a paper, and tell him to tell us what he can't write on i

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BRITISH INCOME TAX REFUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

BRITISH INCOME TAX REFUNDS. Mr. Wilfred T. Fry, 33 ..Buckingham Palace Gardens, London, S.W., writes: A misleading impression appears to have gained currency through the press, that persons claiming refunds of British income tax have been called upon to pay duty on income derived from sources outside Great Britain. An 'mpression so utterly false and entirely erroneous in its conception and distinctly libellous on the British In land Revenue authorities would be im mediately refuted. Applications for the refund of British tax cannot in any way involve a per son permanently residing outside Great Britain in tax on income derived from sources outside that country, or in any liability whatsoever. On the other hand, every person of British nation ality who derives income from Great Britain in any form (which is always taxed at the highest rate current) may recover the whole, or at least a pro portion of the tax so deducted. If there is any point in this connec tion on which any of your r...

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LAND GOVERNMENT POLICY PREMIER'S STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

? ILAN© GOVERNMENT POLICY PREMIER'S STATEMENT flow is the Government's much-talked of land settlement policy developing? So-so\ The Premier hopes to provide for 550 farms this year , 950 farms next year, and an increasing num ber after that. The Premier disagrees vnth his 'committee of experts' on some points. And outside experts disagree icith the - Government ! ? Speaking at a meeting of the Nation alist Association this week, Sir Gorge Fuller repudiated the report of the committee of experts wihere it sug gested that the settlement of immi grants would cost £1500 for each family. He said that he would cer tainly nevef consent to that expen diture. New settlers must find for themselves part of th© required capi tal. He endorsed the committee's re port at other points, including the plan of settlement on the following basis: — Year 1924-25, 550 farms; 1925-6, 950 farms; 1926-7, 1450 farms; 1927-8, 1850 farms ; 1928-9, 1200 farms. ' SUBDIVISION The Premier presented the following su...

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NEWMARKET SALES MELBOURNE STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

NEWMMKET SALES jmL&amsm kecok habkezs. About 26,000 fat sheep, with a good pro portion of good and prime qualities, wore yarded at Newmarket on Tuesday, where the' market fluctuated considerably, dos ing .sales. however, wero about 1/- in ad vance of last week's reduced rates. Quota tions :? Prime crossbred wethers 42/. to 45/-, extra prune i//- -«?/-, ouu iou nigoer, eood 38/- to 41/-. secondary from 38/-; prime crossbred ewes 33/- to 35/-, extra prime 36/-, to 39/-; good ^7/- to 32/-, middling and in ferior 22/- to '56/-. young 30 /- to 41/-. prime merino wethers 40/- to 44/-, extra 46/- to 50/-, few to 52/6, good 36/- to 38/-, second ary 30/- to 54 ly indifferent from 25/.; best tmerico ewea 28/- to 33/-, secondary 23/. to 27/-, inferior from 12/-. About 14,500 fat lambs met with keon . competition early in the day, bat the demand was not sustained, and prices receded about 1/- per head un der former rates. Quotations: Prime Bold at 29/- to 32/-, extra prime 32/- to 34/-,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC Makes healtMeic Iambs £12-17-6 PER TON

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

PfETTSNG PROMPT DELIVERY, AT REDUCED PRICES— WRITE FOR QUOTKQ. WIRE Black No. 8, £17/&/-i No. 10, £18/6/ Ga-lv. No. S, £20/10/-: Ho. 10, £21/10 Barb No. 12, £.$&-, No. 14, -323/10/ - High Tensile, Galvanised. No. 12% (1480 yardg to owfc), S24. Galv. Iron, English, 2tSG„ £28 basis, coarse' Salt, 72/e, 80/-; Rook, 115/ -. Strychnine, Hulle'a, Coz. lota, 5/. oz., Freight paid. Smaller lots, 0/6 oz. Also Wool Packs, Windmills, Pumpa, Pipes, Blo-fii-dl, Calcium Cyanide.- ©ra- tion Supplies, CarbWe, VKa-Pck, SO YOUNG ST REST, ©V8563SV'.

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TAMWORTH HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

TAMWORTH HORSE MARKET. Messrs. GARVIN and OOUSENS, LTD., report having held their Annual March Horse Sale at Tamworth, on Monday, Tues day and Wednesday last, when they yarded fifiO horses. The vardinc was a mixed one, with an absence of good heavy draughts, tho bulk of the yarding consisting of half draught and light harness sorta. Competi tion for all good quality horses was keen, and values were hightr than our Januarv sale, best active draughts making to £31 10s, business cart and light harness sorts £15 to £25; best light horses to £16; ponies to £12; aged and nondescript sorts lower. There was only a small attendance of metropolitan buyers, but thero was a good local demand, and the salo was one of the most successful held at Tamworth lor a considerable time.

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TAMWORTH STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

TAMWORTH STOCK MARKET. GARVIN and COUSEN8, LTD., report re- . garding tho Tamworth Stock Sales, held on Thursday last: — Fat Sheep: 1800 yarded, comprising all descriptions. Tho market was firm through out, and last weeko' quotations were well maintained. Best morino and crossbred wethers made to 29s 6d, ewes to 28s, lambs to 26s 6d. Fat Cattle : 180 yarded. There was not .much outside competition for fat cattle. but values opened about equal to last week's rates. Best bullocks made to £9, cows to £8 4s, steers to £7 5s, heifers to £6 2s. vealers to £4 lis; Store Sheep : There was another heavy yarding of store sheep, about 10,000 being forward, comprising all classes. There was a large attendance of buyers and values wero higher than last week's rates. Wo sold : 587 aged merino ewes 16s lDd, 158 cmbk wethers 25s Id. 33 aged ewes 17s 7d, 76 merino mixed sexes, 3, 4 and 5 years 27s -id, 205 merino ewes, 4, 6 and 8 tooth, 28s 3d, 285 merino wethers, 3 and' 4 years, 26s Id, 22 merino m...

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SCONE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

SCONE STOCK SALE. NEW ZESALAND LOAN and MERCAN TILE AGENCY CO.. LTD.. Scone _ Agency, report having held a most successful store cattlo sale at their yards on Friday last. 7th Instant Buyers from Sydney, many towns adjacent to Scone, also local buyers, were in strong attendance, and brisk com petition Was maintained right throughout the salo. Owners of the few lines withdrawn de cided, to hold for a later sale in .about a month's time, ^hoping with added condition to obtain even better prices. 1356 head wero yarded, ^.comprising some nice lines of bullocks and steers, some useful lots of , cows, also many pens of Steers, heifers and calves. The number sold was 1154 head,, bullocks making to £7 7s, steers £5 to £5 10s, cows £3 15s to £4 10s. calves .303 to 40s, the whole number sold making the fine avorage of £4 6s Id. The auctioneers intend holding another special cattle sale very shortly, exact late and particulars of which will be fully advertised in future issues.

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"GOONAMBIL" CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

'COONAMBIL' CLEARING SALE. McPHERSON, T1IOM and CO.. and THE AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE. LAND anS FINANCE CO., LTD. (incorporating J. M. Peck and SonB), report having held a high ly successful sale of surplus stock, plant, furnituro and sundries, on behalf of Mr. Walter A. Macplierson, at 'uoonamon Station, Duysdale, Riverina, on Wednesday, 20th February, when the whole of the offering was disposed of. There .was a very large attendance of gra ziera and other buyers, both local and from districts of Riverina and Victoria. The sale opened to very keen competition, es pecially for sheep, and remained firm and animated throughout, prices realisedo for all lines being fully equal to late ruling rates, and highly satisfactory to the ven dor. ' Ordinary cattlo also sold well, but buyers for pedigreed cattle were limited. The following are some of the principal prices obtained, viz.:— ... 2614 merino ewes, 4 years. Goonambil Station bred, Coonong and Boonoke rams joined December. 42s Id; 2156 ...

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STOCK SALE AT DELEGATE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

STOCK SALE AT DELEGATE A correspondent has favored, us with particulars of it stock sale held ut Dele gate on February 20tli, by Messrs. Mc Artbur and Co. There were over 1000 head of cattle yarded, and a few hun dred sheep. fm.. Tfoc- vfll'V cnris sme ui uuluc »♦ mo — factory, aiiiiost u complete clear ance was effected. Prices, were well up to recent sales, and better for cattle that showed quality and condition. The chief buyers were from Victoria, but they were after bullocks, and did not compete well for growers, which com prised the bulk of the supply. Bullocks made to £9 10s, cows to £7 7s, young cattle from £3 to £5. The demand for sheep was excep tionally strong, and especially so for were withdrawn at 2(5/-. Grown sheep made to 37/-. There is a good enquiry for stock lambs. A pen of smnM late merinos showing breeding and condition. ' (Continued on page 25.) Country ? Stock Markets (Continued from page 17.) ARMIDALE CATTLE MARKET* WALTER J. HAWKE and CO. report hav ing cond...

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"WANGARON" SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

'WANGARON' SOLD. RANKEN and KNECHTLI, of Hillstjn, jN.S.W., in conjunction with M. Devereux, of Euabalong West, N.S.W., report having offered Wangaron Station, near Hillbton, at auction, on February 28th. The pro perty was pas£ed in at auction, but sub* sequently sold privately to Mr. J. A. Kit son. of Hillston, at a satisfactory figure. Wangaron comprises- 32,000 acres of West ern land lease and 640 acres of freehold.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

MEL BO UR1E P AGENTS SSLLSHG jj ' ? ' J AT NEWMARKET' j -0? Hsgtet ptfc&a At Uolboums, song Ha Francis itoss & Ga ? Y, (Thos. S. Johnston, Geo. T. WaSisSte&d) - V 473 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE All consignments carefully drafted and sold by or under the pc-eana! ouper.vision of tho Principals. -J®ta iteliraapa ' & Co. 0 Fat Stock Salesmen, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA. Specialists in all Stock Matters. Wires: 'McNamara Co., Melbourne.' Edward ' Sordner-... 481 BOURKE ST., EAELDOURNQ. Sheep and Cattle Sales regularly at Newmarket Yards. Melbourne. L JL Falrtaira & Fat Stock saicsmsn, . 5 117 WILLIAM ST., ^ELSffiUElE. Regular Weekly Sales held si Ksssr merkot.

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Agricultural and Pastoral Shows [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Agricultural asd Pastoral Shows (The Editor will be obliged if secretaries of Agricultural and other shows wiU for ward the. dates ,of their showB, wbic&) wo publish free of charge. We are particu larly anxious to beep our list of Qstqreg correct and up-to-date. We would, : tJytre fore, be obliged if the secretaries of tteoso shows listed' below ' -without' -the navies would send in their names. The nas&es are attached to the date and qistriot W&en we know it, but many Associations do not add the names of their secretaries. Th® 'Sydney Stock and Station Journal',' cir calates largely in this and the other States, and, therefore, is an excellent medium for publication of advertisements for agricuL toral and pastoral shows.) 1924. MABCH. 5-6.— Tass; E. A. Hickey. 4-6. — Inverell ; W. Maidens. 4-6.— Taree ; E. Flu aimer. 4-5-6. — Tenterfield ; W'm. O'Shea. 5-6. — Braidwood ; E. L. Irvdne. 5-6.— Tumut; T E. Wilkinson. 11-12.— Tumbarumba ; E. W. Stewart. 11-13.— G...

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SUGAR CANE. VALUABLE BY-PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

SU-GAR CANE. VALUABLE BY-PRODUCTS. During the drought period on the Northern Rivers, many of the dairy faruiers in that area were at their wits' end to provide feed for their starving stock. Through representations made, to the C.S.R. authorities, supplies of molasses were made available at the Condons Sugar Mill, on the Tweed. Though purely a carbonaceous food and containing no proteins it made dry fodder more appetising. In Queensland, where tins sugar i-y- prodmct readied an output of 10,318,879 gallons, stock breeders were not slow to recognise its properties, although, ead to relate, there was un enormous and inexplicable wastage at tiie mills. Nearly three million gallons of mo lasses were rim to waste and over 2A million gallons were actually burnt. It possessed a commercial value of 15/] to 20/- a ton, too. The decision of the Commonwealth Government to take over the acetate of lime factory at Cannon Hill, near Brisbane, will provide for the utilisa tion of a minimum of 4000...

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FRANCIS BOSS and CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

FRANCOS SiOSS and CO. 110 cmbk w Angus McNabb, Willowmavin, £2/2/10; 108 xb w T. H. Laidlaw, Tatcha, to £2/2/7 avg £2.1/3; 300 \v A. Cameron, Bun dalong South, to £2/3/7 avg £2/1/8; 91 w J. A. Troup, Tourello Lodge, to £1/14/4; £6 w M. Collie, Yarroweyah, £1/17/1; 55 xb w W. j'. Riley, Cowwarr. to £2/3/10;. 50 xb w J. Sirl and Son, Scrubby Hill, to £2/9/10 avg £2/6/8; 160 cmbk o E. P. Campbell, Win. ninbroon to £1/14/10; 115 xb and cmbk a E. C. Jeunisou, Telangato, at £1/14/7.; 112 xb and cmbk e A. J. Lulofs, Giijraiee, to £1/15/10 avg £1/13/-; 78 xb and cmbk e Gor don Bros., Tatura, to £2/3/7 avg £3/14)2; 74 xb and cmbk e J. W. Cormack, Koram ?burra, to £1/14/1; 73 xb e W. Glasgow, Mooroopna, to £1/15/1 avg £1/13/3; 59 xb and cmbk e J. K. Doyle, llerrigum, to £1/19/1 avg £1/14/6; 53 xb e J. Sirl and Sons, Scrubby Hill, to £2/3/7 avg il/17/-; 50 e E. A. Alexander, Tatura, to £/17/-; 50 xb e A. Malone, Gredwgin, to £2/0/4 avg £1/18/5. 240 1 W. B. Lloyd. Brendon, to £1/12/1 avg £1/11A...

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