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The "Herald" Sees That Life is Good [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

The 'Herald' Sees That Life is Good REALLY the Country and Progressive Party Members should not worry the 'S. M. Herald' so much. The 'Herald' doesn't like to be wor ried, and its feelings should lie considered. If somebody isn't careful the 'Herald' will become annoyed, even angry, and may go so far as to raise its voice. A couple of times a week now, the 'Herald' in its leading articles endeavors to put those Progressives right. Its reasonings have given place to remonstrance, and we do not know what the 'Herald' may ieel called upon to do next. We hate to see the 'Herald' so visibly affected. It is more serious than the earthquake at 'N ass. Readers are told by the 'llerald' that 'there are in the Country Party men who have a peculiarly narrow or prejudiced view of the structure and functions of the Parliamentary institutions. No doubt the 'Herald' means the Progressive Party, because the Country Party and the Nationalists are good friends. That there should be Nationalists holdi...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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New Staters Will Not Pull Down the City! [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

New Staters Will Not Pull Down the City! XT E\\ Staters are finding that Sydney really is not actively opposing them. Sydney, as far as it is interested at all, is quite prepared to give New Staters every opportunity to prove their case. After all, Sydney has nothing to lose by the creation of New States. Sydney, because of its situation, and its population, is bound to remain the greatest commercial city in the Commonwealth for our time. New Staters are not going to pull Sydney down — they never had such intention, anyhow 1 Country produce will still continue to come to Sydney in huge quantities, no matter how many new States are created. Produce will come to popu lation.' In other words, it will come to its natural market just as watei will find its own level. If half a dozen new States were created to-morrow in the territory that is now New South Wales, Homebush would still be one of the greatest stock markets in Australia, and Sydney would still be the greatest wool market, i Th...

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

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES' iSSS&W IfSS Reserved Liability ? ? ' ' Tl\ I ? .-???? #6,000,000 £15,900,000 THOMAS liUCKLANU, Esq Prcsldon^KOBERT L. FAITH^^L, E^q.; M^D.; ROBERT W. GILLESPiE.Esq.; Fk^NC. B. S. FALKINEK.Eoq., ine JttoiL REGINALD J. BLACK, M.L.C.; CHARLES BINNIE, Esq., JAMES BU AUDITORS: W. H. PALMER, Esq; S. E. LAJDLEY, Esq. General Manager; OSCAR LINES. ThrMdnnedlo HEAD OFFICE: George Street, Sydney. LONDON OFFICE. 29 Threadneedio Threo hundred & ninety-seven branches '& agencies In the Australian States, H«w Zealand, Fiji, Papua, and London Ascents and Correspondents. niRECT ? Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign negotiable Foreign Bills negotiated and collected. Letters of Credit Issued, negouaDie throughout the World. ? ? ? The Australian Bank of Commerce, Ltd. Authorised Capital ? ? ? fi'670 26S Capital Pal-d-Up, and Rooorvea ? *r,i8*7B. Aggregate Assetn at Juno 80th. 1923 ? s ' DIRECTORS: SIR MARK SHELDON (Chairman). | DUNCAN...

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New States' Phases Well Worth Considering [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

New States' Phases Well Worth Considering NT UMBERS' of people, would like to see State Parliaments wiped out alto *? ^ getlier. One Central Government, in their opinion, is good enough to rim Australia. Knowing what we have suffered from Parliaments, knowing how they have behaved, or failed to behave, it is, .perhaps, not to be wondered at that this feeling in favor of unification is growing. A suggestion from a country centre, published in the papers recently, seemed to be in harmony with this feeling. We would ask those, however, who support unification, how they propose to administer the lands of Australia 't This is a vital consideration. Land men know that it takes them the most of a life-time, to know their own properties and their own districts. The idea of a Commission or Department sitting in Melbourne or Canberra, and ministering the lands of Australia is unutterably absurd. In the first place you would not get on that Commission the men with the necessary knowledge and e...

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THE HEART'S ENERGY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

THE HEART'S ENERGY. It is an astonishing fact that tlie heart beats 36,000,000 times everv 1 1 months. Working resting, or sleep ing m that period it does sufficient to fire with their present velocity a dozen of the largest projectiles that ubu.u m ,™ war, or to lift a light cruiser clean out of tlie water If such is the energy of a single man's 5 nm nnn 18 -1 aSSrognte force of o, 000, 000 men in heart-heats 3 If ;t were concentrated into one explosion it would be sufficient to destroy utter in +? Kiel Canal. Such an explosion operating in a moment of time lias never been engineered by man, although nature has_ exceeded it many times in her volcanic energies. o 5$ ** an°tl,er WW. the hearts of o,UU0,000 men iforoe a broad nVo„ „c blood 900 ft wide and 6^^%^ a course of 7 miles m a single hour and m the course of a day as far as from Liverpool to Edinburgh and in a week as far as from Paris to Con Btantinople. v-oa-

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

[?] (By W. S. Campbell.) In this tho concluding article on William Farrer, Mr. Camp bell glveo ua oomo idea of how Farrer struggled on with his na tional, work under all sorts of difficulties. Farrer was one more example of the prophet who Is without honor in his own country. It recalls the lines: — ' Through seven Grecian cities, Homer living begged his bread; Those seven Grecian cities. Claimed 'Homer, being dead.' Farrer began his experimental work in 1886, although a little had been done at great disadvantage and very unsatisfactorily in 1883. The first three years— 1886 to 1888 — were spent in gaining information in regard to the quantities of a large number of varieties by growing and observing them for myself, and it was not- until 1889 that the first attempts at cross breeding were made. Limited space prevents details of this interesting work being given here, but, I must refer to the development of the work of increasing the gluten control of the grain, while Farrer began t...

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

STOCK AND STATION ? ' ? . ? (Continued' from paflo 20.) ATTRACTIVE LIVERPOOL PLAINS PROPERTIES TV/0 MILES RAIL. GOOD TERMS. 5000 Acres, Freehold and C.P. High-class, well-Improved country; heavy carry ing, fattening,' wheat and lucerne land. Permanently watered. Comfortable homestead, all necessary outbuildings. Boundary netted, subdivided Into 14 paddocks. Price, £4/7/6 acre, FREEHOLD BASIS. Terms £7000 cash, balance easy to be arranged. Have seen and can STRONGLY RECOMMEND INSPECTION. Full particulars from, HAIN AND SEARICHT, Loftus Street, Sydney. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION In Sydney in April,' following Easter Week, of those well-known Wool-growing and Fattening properties, viz.:— MASCOTTE STATION, NARRABRI AND IFFLEY STATION, BURREN JUNCTION . To be offered separately, together with STOCK, PLANT, Etc. Full particulars will appear in later issues. Enquiries invited by the Selling Agents: — ? ? WILKINSON & LAVENDER, LTD., Sydney, Melbourne, Hay, Hill...

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MICA WORLD'S RICHEST SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

MICA WORLD'S RICHEST SUPPLY. n«l™V i ?? ^.Edmunds, of Adelaide, ? 1? ?Ilnister for Territories to ILe i I1? motor tractors, with trail , should carry mica from his com pany s property, beyond Alice Springs, wav G lus the Oodnadatta rail , MacDonnell Ranges, it was ? / contain the richest supply of mica m tho world, but the difficulties pnmo?n^-0rfc r.®'der its transit now, by S' impossible. With tractors and frnm oc 1 JOUVU0y could be reduced r, .i days to rail-head to four or 've days. l, Poarce promised to consult h.«¥'»ster for Works as to the prac bility and expense of the scheme, j

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

— — -** 1 1 ~~ gfoeK a stotm [ J^ONARO PROPERTY. 1500 ACRES, FREEHOLD, Netted , arid , rabbits , dug out. Numerous^ paddockn. Homestead, garage, . outbuildings, dairy . farm. Carry sheep to acre. £3 6a per Acre. Closer Settlement Board Terms., About 25 yoars to run, for moat of it. Ex ceptional chance to secure an excellent 'Pro perty. prrr, SON and BADGEBY, LTD., Sydney. Dairy farm— county of Cum berland. 350 ACfi.ES. Torrens. 1 milo from rail. Completely improved in every way. PRICE: £15 per ACRE. Terms. A great bargain. PITT, SON and BADGEBY, ITD., 4 (yConnell-atreet. jy^AITLAND DISTRICT. 312 ACRES. In Milk Zone. Close public wharf. Rich agricultural ostab. lucerne flats, and first-class dairying land. 90 Acrea under lucerne. Modern brick cottage. 2 dairymen's cottages. Cow bails, en gine room, etc. 7 paddocks. PBICE: . £10,000. PITT, SON and BADGEBY, LTD., Sydney. Jjl OR SALE OR TO LEASE. DANDALOO DISTBICT. 44Q0 ACEES. About 8/- owing to tho Crown. Watered by 3 tanks of about 20...

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THE NEW PLAN FOR BREEDING CORN [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

THE NEW PLAN FOR,, BREEDING CORN Mr. W. S. Campbell, Retired Direc tor of Agriculture, N.S.W., lias beep reading an article in ail American pub lication by J. Sidney Oates that tells of new methods over there. Mr. Camp bell remarks: — 'From particulars given in the follow ing paper there should be no difficulty in acquiring this plan, by those who de sire to become specialists in corn breed ing. This method appaels to me be cause, a few years ago, I took steps to initiate the work of improving corn now in operation at the Department of Agri culture. In this I was assisted by Mr. Sutton, who was then engaged in assisting the late William Farrer in his ivheat-making work. Mr. Sutton is now, I believe, Director of Agriculture, Western Australia.' We quote the following : — SELECTION OK SEED. For a generation breeding scientists have been baffled by corn. In a re cent trip through the Corn Belt States, several station agronomists told me that the best of their - old breeding plan produc...

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

SYDNEY AGENTS THAT -SEL,L STOCK AT HOMEBUSH JOSEPH LEEDS & CO. S Spring Street, Sydney. BADGEEY BROS., LTD. 10 Caotlereagk St., Sydney. I PfTT, SON t BADGERY LIMITED 4 O'Cormell Street, Sydney. SSEPPABB, HARVEY am 69 Pi&t Stscdt, Sydlaoy. ? ' CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AW) 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. A. MCILREE & CO. 7 BUgh Street, Sydney. ?fuuvc. .Jfatnac; turner c I ' AGENTS THAI SELL STOCK PROPERTY THE COUNTRY ' 1 ? ? ? I..L||B| ill ? ? — j.jjjal V MUDGEE. A. F. Ounn & Go. - Gessaisis &vCox. Malcna & Barrett. NARRANDERA. ' - r * LloydBrathsrs. Ceo. F. Culloy 'and Co. NYNGAN. A. Lyne and Co. - Smith and Mounts. - , ; ' ? ? - OBERON. D. T. MoMoahin. ORANGE. „ J. S. Loods & Co. PARKES. f ?' v Walter J. Kelly & Co. ? PEAK HILL. Smith & Draper. QUIRINDI. Willi...

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HOMEBUSH FAT Market Report and Record of Sales. THURSDAY SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

f 1 ^ ^ V.7^ ^3 ' Report and Record of 'Sales. ? THUIKSDAlf SHEEP. ' About 22,200 forward. Quality good, j Market buoyant' and generally firmer, I and in places 1/- to 1/6. dearer. There were 23,630 sheep listed for 3nle from 151 owners and about 22,220 wero forward. ^ These comprised ail descriptions of merinos and crossbrecLs, with occasional pens of comebacks. The general quality waa good , and showed a decided improvement on Mon day's offering. The proportion of good tq prime sheep was macli larger, and useful trade mutton made up the major portion of the balance. ' Medium to plain sheep were also fairly well in evidence, but only made up a small proportion of the supply. Altogether the general quality was satisfactory for trade purposes. There was a good attendance of buyers. The supply proved within re quirements, as competition was brisk for anything better than fair trade qua lity throughout the sales, at - vaiaes generally m sellers' favour, and, in some instances., showing...

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SOME OF THE SALES [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

SOME OF THE SALES Allowing- for a certain - amount of diversity of opinion, as to weight, etc., the following sales are quoted with the object of ' enabling those not present to form, perhaps, a better ' Ideas as ? to market values than by a description of the -market: — SHEEP. , - Pen crossbred wethers, somewhat irregular In size, odd sheep very heavy, avg. weight about '62 -!bs., skin worth to 12/6, Price 42/6. Pen crossbred wethers/ with few ? comebacks, nice even line for trade, good to prime, full mouth, skin to 8/6; weight about 47 lbs., price 34/4, Pen crossbred hoggets, mixed cross, Irregular in size, but good trade sorts, weight about ,42 lb., skin to* 8/-, price 31/10. ' Pen merino hoggets (ewes and wethers), good quality, avg. weight, 44 lb., skin about 7/6, price 33/-. i ^ Pen crossbred lambs, nice- even line, skin clean (9/6), about 40 lbs., price 36/-. Pen crossbred lambs, rjewly shorn, bit uneven, pelts worth, say, 3/6, avg. weight about 32, lbs., price 24/5. Pen come...

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

AGENTS THAT , SELL- STOCK & j PROPERTY IN THE COUNTRY ' BARELLAN. VJ. fi VI. -9. fwSCJJ. BARMEBMAM. P. H. Sh&ahan. BLAYNEY. .9, R. M. PigOlS. BOURKE. '? H..6S. ware. CONDOBOLIN. H. 0. Meuldsr. Gua. Brown & Co. . s. e. Sssit & co. COOLAH. Scully & Co. '??COOMA. H. T. IJ. ESfiSO. COONAMBLE. GsliafersusJ', & Co., Ud. CO WEIL C. K. KSS3 a c . COOTAMUNDRA. j. R£$2d. CSST&O TtwstiKcn & Co. GOULBURN. is. H. w&eatfe?. . h. L, ? GXLGMiB^A. ? essssfe B^ea. . GLOUCESTER .7 ?? ? ?' -? ?' ? . . gSffi&toSfSSa Ik Cfl» Lets Ecaisaaras a Co. . octig&s & Go. GUNDAGAI. W. E. ' Kyjo & CO. ' e. a- Teat & co. Stjspjjcrd & 0als«, GUNNING. C. E. Ardill. GUYRA. A. A. Broan & Co. HAY. tiH&inesn & LMcnday, Ltd. HILLSTON. Ren ken & Kncshtn. KEMPSEY. Clin, pyiitoheii & Easton, Ltd. © v MAITLAND (West). E, W, Sparho. : D. K. Voung. j, Enrisht. jatasa Kirt...

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

LEADING N.S.W. STUDS BOURIifflBLA MER1IS© STUD CUDAL, sy.s.w. PURE HADDON RIG BLOOD Bourlmbla Is essentially a Stud Sheep Breeding proposition, and, with the excep tion of a few rams reserved for the owner's use, for Stud purposes, tlie whole of the remaining rams of each year's drop are available 10 the public. Stud and Flock Rams for Bale. Apply, ? E. P. TREBECK, Bourlmbla, Cudal, N.S.W. ? HADBOSi RIQ HgERIHO STUD ? FOUNDED 1882. THIS stud was started by Mr. James Richmond by tho purchaeo of 80 Btua Rama and 1D00 aged Bwee from Wanganella. Th® rams wero by 'Premier,' 'Warrior,' 'No. 87,' 'No. 80,' 'PS3, and 'IIP.** Tho aires of theso rams were represented at tho Melbourne Exhibition of 1S8D toy their fleeces, forming half of the Wanganolla Show Caoe. 'Premier' and 'Warrior' were the two celebrated slrea of that period. The present ownor purchased the entire stud In October, 1916. FRANC B. S. FALK3NER. Haddon Riff, Warren. BURNIMA HI ERIK® STUB A COMBINATION of the famous Murray an...

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COASTAL SHOWERS Scattered Falls in the West [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

COASTAL SHOWERS Scattered Falls in the West . 'During the past' few days coastal areas liavo been under tho influonce of a sec tion of a high pressure system which has resulted In showery conditions on the 'central and northern parts, of the coast,' said Mr. D. J. Mares, N.S.W. State ' Meteorologist, to a 'Stock Journal' 'repre- sentative yesterday. (Thursday). 'Winds at first were squally,- but gradually abated. 'At the rear of the high ; pressure sys tem tropical influences, though compara tively slight, have been gradually coming Into evidence, and for several days past extensive rain, heavy in parts, has been recorded in Queensland, and the Influence of ihe tropical, depression resulted In scattered rainfalls of varying nature .Qver the western half of the State. 'This Queensland rain has caused much water to flow into our , rivers .in , the north, but none have, so far, reached the critical point, and- in many cases are now falling again. ' ' - 'The weather at 9 a.m. on Thursda...

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

NATURE'S ALLY MILLS u MLLABONG ' pumps Write for prices DANKS, 324 Pitt Street, Sydney. TROUGHING

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AT A GLANCE NEW SOUTH WALES STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

AT A GLANCE NEW SOtJTH WALES STATISTICS. Period: Threo days ended at 9 a.m. on Ihifrsday. ' / ? Highest Temperature recorded : 98 de grees at Menindie during Wednesday. 'Lowest Temperature recorded: 26 degrecB at Kosciusko during Monday njght. ? Highest' Point reached by barometer ttt 9 a.m. : 30.28 inches at Albury on, Tuesday. Lowest Point recorded by barohieter at 9 sum.: 29.93 inches at Wilcannia and Armi dale on' Thursday. , ?, Heaviest fall of rain dring 24 hours: 145 points at Wyong up to 9 a.m._on Wednes day.

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

LEAD/JVG S. A. STUDS THE ANAMA STUB. OOUTH AUSTRALIA. ANAMA Is the central portion of the original Bungaree Run, and was taken over at tho ' division In 1908 share of the Bunffareo Stud and Flock Merlnoa A?1}?!? J/ lc i?u,note(I for producing sheep of great constitution and slzo, being plaln-boaled, with very valuable fleecas of Ions comblnff wool of robust type. . Inquiries for Rams to be addressed to The Manager, Anama, Clare. Telegrams: Anama, Clare. Telephone: Clare, 4. BRED BY WALTER HAWKER, ANAMA, . CLARE, 80UTH AUSTRALIA. LUCERNEDALE STUD MERINOS 1922. _, ABSOLUTELY PURE PEPPIN BLOOD. Please note that we have no connection with any other firm of sheep breeders. Following are some of the high-priced sheep sold by ub: ? ? LOYALTY, sold to Hay Bros., The Glen, Harrowgate, South Australia, for ^2.215. FEALTY, sold for world's record price, £4,200. This sheep, ro-named GENERAL BOTHA, was purchased at 22 months old by Mr. A. G. Robertson, South Africa. HERO was sold to Mr. Southey,...

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STUD STOCK YASS P. & A. SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

OTTOS) OTQCBS. By Our Special Representative — IfARRI ®,o THOMFSOH YASS P. & A. SHOW The fifty-second annual show in con nection with tho Yass P. and A. Asso ciation was hold last week. The weather was all that could be desired, except, perhaps, that the sun was working overtime, and there was a very good attcnHnnpfi The gate receipts, I understand, were the best up to date. The opening cere mony was performed by Mr. W. T. Wearne, the Minister for Lands. WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF SHEEP. You would have to travel a long way before you could see a better lot of sheep than were penned at this show. Outside of the Sydney Show, I have never seen anything to approach it. Certainly the_ exhibits were practically from two exhibitors, Messrs. W. T. and G. W. Merriman, but that did not lessen tho fact that the display of sheep was exceptionally good. The display of fat sheep was also an unusually fine one. The judging was carried out by Messrs. W. R. Raleigh and. Stan Glasscock, the former ...

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