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WOOL MARKET REPORTS VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

WOL. MARKET fflEPfflBTg 'l% ? ? VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS There has teen a good deal of irregularity noticmhle- at re cent sales and reports have varied considerably. The selection has been of an end-of-the-season character and super-wools are scarce. The position ia discussed from all angles in the reports ' of wool-selling brokers published hereunder : ? Win chcombe, Carson, Ltd. Demand was well distributed at our Sydney wool sale last Monday. York shire was a very keen bidder. Japan gave the market strong support, and Germany was also a decidedly active competitor. Rrunce and Belgium bld'-'falrly freely, but owing to the heavy tffill in the value of the franc, their operations were not so vigorous as two weeks ago. Orders from Italy, however, were plentiful. Few suiter lots suited' to America were available. All merino fleece lots showing good condition and quality commanded fig ures right up to lute levels. All classes of skirtings found eager purchasers at very buoyant pric...

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

H27-15°0 OIM ton Best Quality English This is first-quality English, and is clue Lo arrive on the 21st April next, iu half-ton eases, 26 (J., good order and condition, all lengths. To-day's price is £28/7/6 ton, for immediate delivery', but we are able to offer this big reduction, provided delivery is made direct from the wharf on arrival of the steamer. There will be 100 tons available. Unless you book at once you will miss this cheap offer, as the last shipment which 'has just arrived sold out within two weeks of being offered. When ordering, specify particularly this shipment at £27/15/- ton. F. W. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD., 41 Hunter St., Sydney. NOTE.— IMMEDIATE DELIVERY from Stock is £28/7/6 ten.

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

Lerida Tops the . Market at 464 A AT OUR SALE ON THE S?0th FEBRUARY WE HAD THE ' HON OUR OF SECURING IN THE SYDNEY MARKET TffiS SEASO^^^raE^SSlN^U^M^C/K^Snd/LERIDA ON ACCOUNT 0F EXORS. LATE A. B. CHISHOLM, GOULBURN. New 'Zealand 'Loan . &? Me'Ao- Co^ Ltd;

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

g[U][gPP EVENS' SPECIFIC u U J Liza y The ABS0L1DTE CURE and ? preventive ?- for FLUKE and WORMS, i\l© DsrenchSngg mixed with SALT in TROUGHS, SHEEP FREED from all PARASITICAL DISEASES, and kept in ROBUST HEALTH. SEND FOR TESTIMONIALS AND PARTICULARS. E A. SPAN8WICSC, 4 O'Connell St., Sydney STRYCHNINE ' ' j IR lots of — lOOoz. 50oz. Smaller lots. Carnegie's Pure English 4/- 4/1 i 4/3 Hulle's „ „ 4/4 4/5 4/6 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. We guarantee and recommend Carnegie's. WARNING: We do not recommend any other Strychnine than English. Don't be misled by cheap prices for unknown brands. It is often false economy. ENGLISH IS GUARANTEED. F ? W* WILLIAMS & CO., LTD.} 41 Hunter Street, Sydnoy*

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

lalttT mps-Sf6- These are the renowned Jones Patent which were in such heavy demand two seasons ago. THESE ARE FOR DELIVERY IN MAY NEXT. For IMMEDIATE DELIVERY wo oflor:— Griffiths' S.X.L ? ? ? 26/- do*. ' ^ Victor ? ? 29/- doz. Lane's Patent ? 30/- doz. F. W. Williams & CO., LTD., ai Hunter St., Sydney.

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

, Send FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, ^ If Competition for Stock PIGiS* and C AL-VE5 never varied, the. sale of .Sheep and Cattle would be a simple matter. TO But it fluctuates considerably. That is why adequate protection for the sale of your Fats at Homebush is a prime necessity. ' '-- « ?— f Basse a jn ns p rap n nn ess, jmp K-aat*a gggga. y-jsm m, nisAHiw hm ' Attractive consignments do not, in every case, make top prices. . ' flL ??¥ wnPEj' M g g Sk jgrauEf [ Afiij r®p ffl* A. fffihlj y g ^ g T ' In some instances buyers gejt the best of the bargain. Do not let \ . g ? g K jU- g g 'jUi gregf iwl II'' HK. B, MA fH g g g . ®i that opoprtunity occur with your draft. Protect them to the utmost. u JsLaffi rfjL rf& B - «Bl» A,JSLJ^ Send your Sheep and Cuttle to salesmen whose capable work makes holiest possible results consistently certain. ' Rail to: . Wincfacomlbe, Carson Ltd. Australian Mercantile Land & Finance Co., LW' ? Ftewington IMassg. .-./'.v. ? - ' Offices: ' Telegrams...

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

You have probably seen in your experionce - tho bxivoc THE DISHONEST EXECUTOR fesa i&askj ia eiher | men's Estates. We often see it for we aro frequently called in when the trouble is dono.to gai&ocr z&thd ' 1 ?' remains. It is impossible for. this embarassment to 'arise with s THE UNIQM^USTGE .CX). 2K one of the oldest established, and largest Trustee Companies in 'Australia. I | Note name, and- address ia: No. 15 O'CONNELI. STHEElf, SYDNEY, and at MoSfcouraa and Breams. I .Directors: — Hon. James Ashton, M.L.C. (Chairman), W. H. Mackay, Hon. Sir Henry Braddon, I James Kidd, R. M. Pitt. M&na^T: A. E. Nordon, F.F.I. A., A.G.I.S. (Eng.)' I Write or call for FREE BOOKLETS on any matter relating to your Will and Estate. !

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

Popularity Suggests It Wisdom Approves It ? Experience Confirms It . Smi .7our 'Wool. ^inoho^iibe, Carson ltd. i'''y ' il Selling Brokers Sydney. '*

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

TREE KILLING I ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? IBSgaaaa SoImH© Arseilic in powder ready to mix with cold water for instant use. This) Arsenic is already mixed with its own dissolving agents, and it can be used for any and every purpose for which ordinary arsenic , and Soda Ash or Caustic Soda have been formerly used. It is very easily dissolved in cold water, and is, therefore, much more convenient for use than Pure Arsenic, which is very hank to dissolve. Unfortunately when dissolving Pure Arsenic in a solution of Soda Ash, etc., there is usually so much residue left that it contains a great deal of undissolved Arsenic, and as a consequence the material does not do its_ work properly because it is not the correct strength. Soluble ? Arsenic prevents this. PACKED IN GtHb,. TINS PURE ARSENIC Sst Quality GREY, 70/-' cwt WHITE, 75/- cwt. Mss@lw€i Arsenic iFor KILLING GREEN TIMBER, PRICE For SPRAYING FLY BLOWN SHEEP, 5/Q ggj For DRESSING SHEEP SKIN8, Etc. in SgalL . For FOOTROT IN SHE...

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THE SYDNEY WOOL TRADE The Warning Season Less Attractive Catalogues Crossbreds at Their best Point [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

& THE' SYDNEY WOOL TRADE J = SPECIAL WEEKLY REVIEW The Waning Season Less Attractive Catalogues Crossbreds at Their Best Paint Tho .feature of the sales this week haa been the activity of the English trade, this section being predominant. Com petition has been well distributed and all sections have given good ? support, although tho Continental buying waa seriously effected by the decline in the value of tlie franc. The market was practically un changed from last week for all ^goola showing good lenugth and quality^but t hero was considerable irregularity in . the case of short and uneven parcels, . and a lower range of values ruled fer these, descriptions. Comebacks and crossbreds weir© in very strong demand, and have sold at the very best point of the season, un der tbe influence of an excellent de ? ra&nd from all sections of tho trade. Catalogues, although not altogether unattractive, hava fallen off verv consi derably of latet and the wools trom tho later sheari...

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

Wh© Buys Timber Satisfactioa Trial ordor will prova'tho advantages wo offer in eorviosa and qxsal&y. Vasiderfield «& Reid, LtdL ? ? Prompt and Reliable Timbor Merchant® — «— » We have) on hacd full stocks of all building Ucafe&rs. LEICHHARDT STREET, GLEBE (Sand for PHs& Usi eSssd EaSimSm ' 'Phones i MW2Q01—4 time. Supplementing natural pasture with high-grade concentrate fcHJds, no matter how good the pasture, will keep the coWs iii Bettfif lieslih,' enable them to give more milk and to milk for longer periods. As the cows 'dry off' continue to feed a little of Thorpes' (Stsfl* dard Dairy Feed, over the 'dry' period, and see the difference it will make to the next lactation period. The feeding of high-grade supplemental feeds to good cows will I pay Try it out on a few and note results. The finest and cheapest of all feeds is THORPES' O.K. DAIRY FEED A properly-balanced, highly- nutritive- feed that will give results. The best straight feeds are THORP...

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

If CO-OPERATION is good for ANYBODY and ANYTHING it must be good for EVERYBODY and EVERYTHING. The principle is correct. Link up with the Farmers & Graziers' Co -operative Co. And — ... 1. Participate in the profit-sharing prmcipl® 2. Get a fair ohare of tho resulto of your own thought, labour, and enterprise. PRODUCERS— CO-OPERATE |L| ? ? ? r^ittniiir lLiiiLijjiiJiJLiijr-ir-m t. ^ n;

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Poultry Industry AMERICAN RECOGNITION. AUSTRALIAN SYSTEM FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Poultry Industry AMERICAN RECOGNITION. AUSTRALIAN SYSTEM FIRST. The man on the land in Australia has long accepted the maxim that only by the introduction of a systematic' culling and selection can live stocky etc., bo improved in standard. This axiom has been applied success fully to the improvement of wheat and maize, wool and mutton, beef 'and dairy cattle, and, during later years, to poultry. Australians, unfortunately, receive little credit for their initiative in evolv ing many improvements of vital rural interest, and quite frequently lack of official sympathy, assistance, or recog nition in the completion of invaluable experiments of a far-reaching nature. The case of Dr. Thomas L. Bancroft, of Queensland, whp has devoted over 20 years to successful cotton experi ments, is a case in point. Official jealousy lias now raised a barrier that precludes the embryo cotton industry from benefiting through his scientific researches. LEARNING FROM US. It is frequently contended by our...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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"TIGER" DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

'TIGER' DOCS. Some little time ago there was a scar© in our district about a pack of wolves or tigers, which were destroying the young cattle out in the broken country at the back. One of the local bushmen secured one, with the aid of a sbrine cun set on its beat, and sent for me to identify it. His description af 'he beast made it seem to be a new sort of Tasinanian tiger. I went out to have a look' at it, and from tho skin and skull (the latter I gave to the Sydney Museum) had no difficulty in identifying it a6 a cross of the warrigal (native dog), and an Eskimo wolf-dog. Further en quiry revealed that it was the result of the progeny of some of Amundsen's sledge dogs, which Captain Eitel had,^ given to tho hospice people at. Kos ciusko, getting away and crossing with native dogs. Several of these animals are knock ing about* the wild places of .N.S.W . now, and seem to be mostly bnndle or red, and being imperfectly seen by busrrmen, they are thought to be tigers. They have proved...

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WILL IT WORK? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

WILL IT WORK? A cable from New York to tne 'Daily Telegraph' : — Police Commissioner Enrigbt, ad dresssing a church audience, said that it was considered smart by boys and irirls to carrv flasks of lkiuor, gener ally of 'bad quality, when they at tended parties. The general reaction from such a course of conduct, he declared, was most Injurious to the morale and the health of young people. Distinguished ?men in professional life, judges, statesmen, captains of industry, gentle men of cloth, and men who always represented the highest ' standards of' honor and integrity, carried their pri vate flasks, and maintained a private supply of intoxicating liquors at their offices, homes, and clubs. 'One is inclined to pause,' he con cluded, 'when men of this type openly flout the laws, and to consider whether such laws are ? altogether desirable in a Government which, rightfully or wrongfully, is based on certain flexible and diversified ideas of personal lib erty.' '

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CITRUS PESTS BAFFLED. NEW DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

CITRUS PESTS BAFFLED. NEW DISCOVERY. A new discovery — one that threatens to revolutionise tlio treatment of citrus parasitically affected — has just been announced. A well-known practical Queensland orchardist, Mr. J. W. Pohlmann, of Tinana Creek, Bidwell, near Mary borough, after many years of careful experiments, has had his research labors crowned with success. The discovery, which it is stated is based on new principles not hitherto employed, has been tried out with re markable results on badly-affected cit rus trees. Equally _ successful results have at tended the campaign which he has directed against the insidious orange bug and the banana beetle borer. Mr. Pohlmann, tasting of the sweets of Victory, intends directing his scien tific energies on establishing a cure for the mystifying 'bunchy top'' dis ease in banana. His discovery will interest quite a number of citrus growers from Gos ford to the Murray. It is to be hoped that it fulfils all that it claims to do, and that t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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DRAUGHT HORSES HOLD THEIR OWN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

DRAUGHT HORSES HOLD THEIR OWN. Draught horses are more than hold ing their own against the motors, ac cording to the secretary of the N.S.W. Branch of the Carriers' Union, at a meeting held in Melbourne last week. He told the members that in Sydney there were more carriers emnloverl than ever before, and that motor trac-, tion was not the bogey it had been made out to be. Owners who had sold their horses and gone iu for motor-trucks, were now trying to sell their trucks and get back into liorse-teams. Mr. McGowan, the Victorian secretary, said that Mr. Rowlands' remarks also applied to Vic toria. The same thing was going on there. A few years ago, when motors began to boom, many predictions were ^nade that the day of the horse had passed; and that soon he would only be found in museums. How false these ideas were the facts just quoted will show. The truth is that each has its place in the economy of the world, and in it, are unsurpassable. Generally speaking, it has been proved that...

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FARM FACTORS TRAINING FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

FARM FACTORS ^ . (Conducted by ROBERT KALESKI) Correspondence is invited. All questions, on agriculture will be answered in ihesc columns. Address; Mr. Bobert Kaleski, 'Stock and Station Journal,' 17 Castlereagh-st, Sydney , TRAINING FARMERS Out of the visit of tho members of the Voluntary Pool Committee on a tour of inspection to the Western and North-Western districts, a splendid idea baa orison for the widening of Ute farmer's vision, and his betterment in fsrmirior methods. Briefly, t2ie Idea is that a hundred representative farmers from the West , ern districts of N.S.W. will make a torn- cif Wagga and other Riverina districts, to pick up the latest ideas in farming there, so as to be ablo to broadcast them through their own dis tricts when they get back, to the enor mous advantage of those districts and the community also. Originally recommended by the Pool Committee, the idea was taken up by the Department of Agriculture, and also by the Water Conservation and Irrigation Comm...

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SICKLY PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

SICKLY PIGS. Sometimes owners of healthy strains of pigs are puzzled by the animals josing hair and condition, and develop ing goitres and abscesses without any apparent reason. In the United States this matter lias been closely investi gated, and the cause hag been found to be lack of iodine in their food. Experiments have shown that mixing 10 grains of iodine of potuxsium in each lOOlbs. of feed for the brood sow during the last half of her pregnancy, will supply the iodine in an easily ab sorbed form, and which can be readily and cheaply obtained from any chemist. Another trouble with litters of young pigs often occurs from a lack of iron in their food. They will thrive for a certain time after being farrowed, but then begin to go back, and ultimately turn out weeds. To remedy this, a little sulphate of iron, broken into a fine powder, and mixed thoroughly with their food, should be given daily to the mother till the suckers are weaned, and even after that if they show any signs ...

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DIRECT SALES OF HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

DIRECT SALES OF HONEY. At a conference of bee-keepers, held at Inverell recently, a member told of the success that had been achieved in' following the system of selling honey direct from the carts to the consumer in the Sydney suburbs. The price householders paid this way was only 0 id per lb., as against Is for J of a lb. in bottles in the shops. This reduced price was mutually pro fitable to both producer and consumer, and kept the market clear of the dark colored honey, which was not nearly so popular. In the old days, the usual thing was for the housewife to buy a 701b. tin of honey from the bee-keeper for 2d a pound, and take out the honey as she wanted it. Sometimes it 'can- died' (went thick) in th© winter, but this was soon remedied by putting, it close to the fire, and warming it. Milk and honey, two of the best foods for children, were plentiful and cheap in those times, and they throve accord ingly. Now both have become dear and scarce, and the children suSer,

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