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Arrivals of Wool 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
Arrivals of Wool 1823-24 SEASON. The following figures compiled by the .Sydney Wool Selliqg Brokers show the quantity of wool received at Darling Har bor terminus during the present season: Bales. From July 1 to March 13 ....... CIS, 008 Same period previous season .. 687,294 Decrease ......... 72,280 This following figures of tljo arrivals of wool by sea have also been compiled by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers — Bales. From New South Wales ? ? 17,616 From July 1 to March 13 ? 17,616 From New Zealand ; ? 6,810 From West Australia ? ? ? 188 From Victoria ? 29 From Queensland ? J From South Australia ? 33 Total ? 24,677 Same period previous season .... 36,522 Decrease ? ? ? 11,845 TOTAL ARRIVALS SINCE JULY 1. Bales. By rail ? 6i5'92S By sea ? 24,677 633,685 Same period previous season 723,816 Decrease ? 84,131 ARRIVALS SINCE LAST REPORT. Bales. By rail ? 2,020 By sea ? 258 2,284 ARRIVALS BY RAIL, i The following is a summary of the ar I rivals of wool by rail during the season irom ...
Station and Butchers' Produce Trade [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
Station amd. Butchers' FrodMc© Trad© ? * ? Sales were held by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, viz.; — AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND AND FINANCE CO.. LTD.; COOPERA TIVE, WOOL AND PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SEL LING CO.. LTD.; DALGETY AND CO., LTD.; FARMERS' AND GRAZIERS' CO OPERATIVE CO., LTD.; GOLDS BROUGH, MORT AIsD CO.. LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.: PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.; SCHUTE, BELL AND CO.. LTD.; VyiNCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. RABBIT SKINS, Catalogues represented the accumulations of a week, consequently only 80,991 lbs. were forward. There was a very full muster of buyers, but competition was rather restricted, and the extremely high rates of last week were barely main tained. Kittens and smalls suffered most, and these were 2d to 4d per lb. lower, while all other descriptions were Id to 2d per lb. below late rates. (Sales will be held weekly in future). QUOTATIONS. Per lb. d. d. Best bucks ? None offering Outgoings ? 37 Ms to 43 Rac...
SYDNEY WOOL SALES (1923-24) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
SYDNEY WOOL SALES (1923-24) I'he following table, compiled by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, shows' the numbers, dates and allocations of each series, together with the individual sales at auction and privately, and tlie total number of bales . 'disposed of during the 1923-24 season, to the end of series 13. j r~XM~LT TCo'-op.~W7] 3.P7£L Dalgety I F7&a GJVI.& N.Z.L.& | P.S.&B. | Schute Winch. I ' Series, f Date. Allocation. &F. Co. | & P. Co. | Co. & Co. |Co-op. Co. Co. M.A.Co. | Ltd. | BellfcCo. Carson | Total : 1923] I Bales. Balis7~r~ Bales. | Bales. I Bales. I Bales. I Bales. Bales Bales. | Bales | Bales. | Bales. 1 Sept. 17 - 19 33300 9927 2880 3055 2834 1092 04GO 2339 4231 928 8397 ,42143 2 Oct. 2 - 9 42000 7995 3531 3752, 4425 1191 5290 3984 3157 2130 o4oo 40910 3 Oct. 10 - 17 42000 6644 4301 3830 4553 2317 5603 5002 2641 1496 o313 41/00 4 Oei 18 - 24 | 34000 4657 3699 1587 3761 2924 3477 4494 2u 4 1361 o026 , 33/60 5 ...
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. The following table, compiled by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, shows the business transacted since last report: — I Sales. | j ? ? j Total Belling Brok'ora. I Cata- At |PrivatolyJ Privately I Sftl-ia. ' | loguod. Auotion. | ex. | an- | I | previous | Cata- | j j Cata- | loeuod. | ? ? ? I ? I logncB. | I ? ? ? . , ? ? | Bales. | Bales. ? Kates. I Bales. | Balw. A.M.L. & F. Co., Ltd. — — _ — ? Co-op. W. & P. Co., Ltd 2579 2261 136 — 2397 Country P. S. Co., Ltd. ^ _ Dalgety and Co., Ltd. 2968 2646 291 — 2937 F. & G. Co-op. Co., Ltd. 5831 4830 1005 — 5835 Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. 2877 2578 506 41o 3499 N.Z.L. & M.A. Co., Ltd. 2762 2559 191 1 2751 Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd. — _ ? ? ' _ Schnto, Bell & Co., Ltd. 4233 3498 109 — 3607 Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd. 6582 5384 473 ' 384 6241 — j j ? Totals ? | 27832 | 23756 2711 800 | 27267
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
Quality suae! Value Combmedl In S&ddleiry and Haifn@ss at Amtkomy Horctems9 ' Quality and Value distinguish Saddlery and Harness sold by Anthony Horderns', and every item is sold at the Famous Low Prices. Compare quality and price, and convince yourself ' of th© superiority of value. §t@c!a asai Park Saddles STOCK SADDLE.— Hogskln seat, Bag 'THE RICHMOND RIVER' PARK Leather Knee and Thigh Pads, plated SADDLE. — Best Steel Plated Tree, tree. Price ? '???? ? Hogskln seat, Half Serpentine Knee iituc coiiattfh' utopk SADDLE Pads, Ivip Flaps, Leather Points to Blnfon^beirsfeel-plJted Irfe^Hog- Panel, Full Skirt, Victoria Facings. skin or Roughout Sunken seat. Bag Prices ? £7 and £7/15/ Leather Knee and Thigh Pads, Cap SSdi^^%io^,aaS' Victorlan Panel. «THE QUEENSLAND' PARK SAD fakeleton Flaps. DLE. — Best Steel Plated Tree, Hog Vlce ? skin Seat, Hogskln Serpentine Knee 'THE WIENEKE' PATTERN STOCK Pads, Narrow Waist, extra long Flaps, SADDLE. — Kip seat and flaps, capped extended G...
Next Week's Wool Sales PRINCIPAL BRANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
Next Weeks Wool Sales PRINCIPAL BRANDS. At next week's -wool sales some of tho principal brands will be as under: — Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd. BUNDliLLA; P in dia-; AL/il ULUEBIN DI/NE; HG/GEAGIN; CB; JHB conj ./ WABDRY; liJ/BULLENBOLONG; J upside down O/MUDGEE; PC/BBOTILA; T and EW; McD and OH Country Producers' Selling Co., Ltd. J. J. WARBY/B; an arrow HN/TERRE DI; WttB/WONGiWIJfl; Q BBOS./OXTON DOWNS; KB/SONOMA; 0 rev. B/LAGGAN; AH/BUIiBUBBA; EN in brackets/ALSTON ; BJ/SPB.ING PARK; CKOMA/N in oir.; AB / BUCKLEY'S V LEW /SOFALA ; EH/GUBBUN DAH; U9G; DH/MILLAH MUBBA; BW/ WONGAWOOD. F. & C. C. C. I. A. Co., J on side/WS/NEW ENGLAND; JD/GLEN BBOOK/NE; MC/UTJEBUIN VALE; ' J on aide K/MIMOSSA; HN; CFF; CAVE VIEW I GMDj AC/ABABAT. Schuto, Bell and Co., Ltd. B in block; JH /ROCKDALE /NE; Will NEW ENGLAND; 4 in brackets/ ABERFEL- DIE/TENTERFIELD; rev. R tor. D/WKEEO: E an anchor/DINNER/HILL; DOB/WITEEO; CH/ CROOKWELL ; WQ/KALUDAS; A in cir I BORAH; TJ/WATTLE PARK; MB/D; IT on si...
A TRYING TYPE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
A TRYING TYPE When I go shopping I love to have a girl friend go with me, but I tell you frankly, I like her to be some one who can take an interest in what other people buy as well as what she buys for herself! I watched a girl choosing a hat the other day. First one and then another was tried on, and then came forth what I should have advised her to buy, for she looked just adorable in it. 'How does this suit me?' she asked the girl friend who was with her. 'All right,' she answered in a 'stifling-a^yawn' sort of voice, and then looked round with languid in terest at the other shoppers. 'Or do you prefer me in this?' asked the girl, lier spirits obviously damp ened a little. 'Oh! just have which you like, dear; they're both quite pretty.' And she wriggled round in her seat as though to say, 'Now don't bother me any more!'
"Talk o'the Town" League Letters MY DEAR ARTHUR [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
''Talk o9 the Town*9 League Letters MY DEAR ARTHUR, — f T is a mad; world, but an interest -*? ing one. Miss Christobel Pankhurst — tlie L'ankhursts were Feminists in the pre war days when women's franchise was yet anathema in Great Britain. One Pankhurst lady married Tom Walsh, if I remember, and is a Labor leader iu Victoria. But to come back to Christobel, who is in New York and makes this notable pronouncement, confessing her own dis illusionment concerning the goodness of humanity and. the possibility of its re form. 'I am,' she declared, 'still political, but have abandoned worldy politics for tiie iKilitics of God. I have seen human nature at its best, and it is steeped in sin. No good can come from human management. The nations are diseased, and are drifting, without leaders, into another and more terrible war.' And I fancy that Christobel is right. T S there money in whisky? Sir John Stewart blew his light out in his Perthshire Castle owing a million and: a quarter that he ...
What We Want COUNTRY PARTY SYMPATHETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
What We Want COUNTRY PARTY SYMPATHETIC. A deputation, consisting of Mrs. llugh R. Munro, president, Mesdames Studdy mid Lttver, vlce-pi'esidents, Weston (Wellington), and A. Suttor (Mudgee), and tlie Organising Secretary, waited upon members of the Country Party the other morning, and placed before them tlie following statement ol' their attitude toward, several much-needed reforms. Messrs. Warhy, Duncan, Miss ingham, and Vincent received the dele gates, and after a general discussion, at which many suggestions were given and received, the gentlemen congratulated the ladies upon tlie clarity and common sense of the statements submitted, and assured them that the party thoroughly jippreciated the work that the Associa tion was doing, and would: do all ill its power to further their efforts. Mrs. Munro said that, the Country Party had already been of much assist ance to them. As an Association representing 3000 country women of New South Wales, we wisli to enlist the sympathy of the m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924
Special Value IN - CREPE- DE-^ CHINE FROCKS at 59/6 N.82 — This elegantly olmple Frock of rich Crepe-de-Chine is effectively adorned with Silk and Bead Embroidery. The Magyar bodice is lined Silk. The plaited waistbelt, with the hand-made flower at the side, gives an appropriate finish. It is offered in shades suitable for afternoon or semi-evening wear, viz.: Pale Pink, Coral, and Mid Grey. Sizes, S.W. and W. SPECIAL VALUE 59/6 Carriage Charges paid direct to your home. E. Way & Co. LIMITED || 213-219 PITT ST., SYDNEY.