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For Women in the Country & City THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Miss Dorothy Brunton [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

For Women in the Country & City Conducted by Mrs. Marie Irvine THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Miss Dorothy Brunton THE woman ol' the week is decidedly Miss Dorothy Brunton, and no native of this State, or, indeed, of Australia, can look upon this delightful picture without a thrill of pride that our country should have produced so gifted and charming an artist, and one that, in spite of all her triumphs, both here and overseas, remains just the same warm-hearted, unaffected, little woman that so timidly made her first performance before a Sydney audience not very many years ago. hew will forget her singing of ''We don't want to lose you, but we think you ought to go,' at the time of the recruiting campaign, and fewer still her particular youthful charm as the undomestic 'Letty.' Then she was a girl, sweet-faced, lovely-voiced, and full of promise. Now she returns to us a finished artist, with a fine voice, a graceful stage presence, and fresh from a two years' study through all the t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FASHIONS ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

FASHIONS ROUND By 'Cayenne' Given the 'straight-line frock' as the basic fact on which the designer works there are many new effects being de veloped. There Is still the long, un belted model for the tall, slim, supple figure, who can successfully wear it, but many modifications are evolved for the Ipss fortunate. Tunics, flared or straight, tier upon tier of flatlyarrang ed flounces, and apron-like draperies, all tend to modify the severity of the Autumn modes, many of which are carried out in one-piece effect. At the moment a distinct vogue is being achieved by absolutely plain coat frocks (says a smart Paris modiste). Cut so as to give a two-piece effect of bloused coat and plain skirt, they have no trimming at all. Others less severe have tiers lined in bright colors, or panels made of squares of tiny tucks. After biuciv, uie new reu, ivuown as pale Burgundy, is most used for the useful coat frock. Many of tlie new model evening and dinner gowns are still absolutely sleeve less,...

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

Mother and Father Love Mother love is born and bred with a child from the very moment the first spark of life enters the embryo. Father love is something entirely dif ferent, although beautiful in its way. The father has a protective instinct. Jrie would give his life, it necessary, to prevent harm attacking his ott spring. He feels a sense of responsi bility, a pride, a satisfaction, but not until a baby is born and placed in his arms is it possible for him to really love it. Even then a father finds it impossible to love a baby imme diately it is born as much as he loves it when it is months, even weeks, old The love grows rapidly, and it is very quickly possible for him to love his child with a great devotion. But at first 'daddy's' feelings are very much tinged with fear. He is afraid he will drop it or hurt it. It seems such a frail atom of humanity. The mother has loved it for months pre viously. _ It seems quite natural for her_ to just increase her love and de votion when it...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The World Goes Round [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

The World Goes Round There is already a wonderful pro gramme awaiting the advent of the British Fleet in Sydney Harbour, on April 9, and dances receptions and the official functions will keep Sydney in a whirl of excitement during their stay. I wonder what arrangements, if any, have been made by the railway department to allow the country people a chance of seeing this wonderful ex hibition of the Empires might, at a reasonable cost? The Tramways have made a supreme effort and duplicated a great deal of the rails on the Watson's Bay route, so that a far greater volume of traffic will be able to be varied, and that most wonderful of all points of vantage. North Head and the Gap, where the sight of the ships coming in in stately procession ought to be a memorable one in the history of Australia. A deep shadow has, however, fallen upon one of the most popular of the coming visitors, and the heart of every woman in the Common wealth will go out to Rear Admiral Hood, who received, just o...

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

IEL^CT^OTY 'w)R FARM iiy installing Delco-Light you have ''TV your own power plant, — dependable olectrio service. . Electric lights _ win / i ,f ( -it (\ make your home cheery and bright. life r* Electric power wiil pump the water rllsll w an^ °^or sav0 you ^ltnG a WARBURTON, FRANKI, LTD. 307-11 KENT STREET, SYDNEY IT RUNS ON KEROSENE Leading Country Agents CEAlfE AMD CO., AUCTIOHEEKS, Stock, Station, Truoking and Conerai Commission Agents. MOREE, MUHOIHDI AND COLLARENEBRI. SEAW, B¥MES as XOOKEY ^ I w, SHAW. j. jr. BYRNES. J P. TOOHBY. mock Station and General Commioalon Agents, Wagga Wugtfi}. Soilness, equally with big pn°°^ta^I1ntfnae(j t0. Horse snleB a speciality. Through onr a - '-— McNEILLY & CRAMPTON AUCTIONEERS 8T00K & STATION, FAT, STORE RTOfJK AND HORHF. FUT;KSMEti ©RAMGE, BJ.S.W. Tat nud store stock Bales, Orange Corporation Sale Ynrdu every Tburi-dr.y. aiiirndld accoro ooditlon paddocks available. Jiandj to railway and sale yards. P«bodH1 attention to al...

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

STEWART DAWSON'S Defiant® in 10-Year Oold-Filled Hunting 6as@ 16 Jewels, 3/i Plate Nickel Movement | SUflRANTEEffi B to be Scientifically H ^ Wll Constructed and to ||ji[-i±^ ££- ? jj Keep Accurate Time Special Price: 1 ®5/~ For Reliability and Value this Watch is Unequalled POSTAGE FREE STEWART DAWSON & C©„ Established 1871 n.b.w. ltd. Two Sydney (412 George Street, Strand Cornop Establishments 1 1 85-1 87 Pitt Street, naan King St.

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SYDNEY: PIGS AND CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

SYDNEY: PIQS AND CALVES. About 1760 pigs were forward at the abattoir saleyards on Tuesday. This was a somewhat heavier supply than of late. All descriptions were in evidence, and porkers again preponderated. The general quality of the offering, which included a number of store pigs, was fair.- There was'a cood attendance nf buvers. Values did not show any quotable change gen erally for backfatters, but competition was irrfigular. The market was practical ly unchanged for baconers,' but an easier tone was noticeable. Heavy porkers were decidedly cheaper, and values for light sorts were slightly in sellers' favor. Prime backfatters made to £9 (odd higher), good to £7 15s; prime baconers1 to £6 2s Cd, good £5 12s 6d; prime heavy porkers to £4 2s 6d, good to 70s, prime light to 62s. ' . On Wednesday about 940 calves were forward. Weighty calves were somewhat more in evidence than of late. The offer ing comprised all descriptions, and the general quality was good. There was a full atten...

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BRISBANE STOCK MARKET. (By Special Wire to the "Stock Journal.") [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

BRISBANE STOCK MARKET. (By Special Wire to the 'Stock Journal.') 4900 sheep were offered at Enoggera on Wednesday, only a few being prime sorts. The market was a shade dearer, prime mutton realising to 6J/jd, with etra prime to 7d per lb. 1950 cattle were yarded, being mostly plain sorts. A few prime were Included. Best bullocks sold to 26 1- per 100 lbs. A few prime odd lots sold to 27/- per lOOlbs. Medium and plain sorts were dull and hard to sell. - ?

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

r, MARCH 14, 1924. Leading Country Agents QUEENSLAND AGENTS. & CO,, Stock Salesman, TOOWQOMBAo BRANCHES: DALBY, P1TTSWORTH, AND CHARLEVILLE. fall Particulars Sheep, Cattle , Horses, Agricultural and Dairy Farms* and Western Leaseholds, promptly supplied on application . li|i, Mil! Lni, ADELAIDE Stock and Station Agents. Woolbrokers, Shipping Agents, Land, Loan, Financial and Insurance Agents, General Importers and Exporters. Telegrams: BAGOT S, Adelaide. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MERINO BAMS We can arrange inspection of any of the leading S. A. STUD FLOCKS and have experts who can render assistance to any intending buyers. 11,. . M , 1.. 1,1^^. ...... I.L.-M.l.U-.IIU UNI. Il.ll..., .11. I. IU..I J1J1 L...... -I—IJ,. -.HUU^l U.„. I J. .? U n ? I ? ! ? ? ? ? HI Business A nnouncements ^ When a statement like this is made \ needs some backing. It is the enthusiastic phrase of one of the ~i ifSgp| j I satisfied users of a 'Comet Mill. J ^ WELLINGTON, N.S.W. x V... W^/jjM I I have much pl...

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LYNDLEY STUD HEREFORD SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

LYNDLEY STUD HEREFORD SALE. Messrs. Badgery Bros., Ltd., Sydney, Wlnchcombe, Carson, Ltd., Bris bane, and McPhie and Co., Toowoomba, in conjunction, report having offered at auction on account Mr. James Sparkes, Lyndley, Jendowae, Queensland, portion ot 111s ceieDrateci stuci jtiererorci cattle on Thursday last ' to a large attendance of State and Inter-State buyers. ' Unfortunately, owing to heavy rains, only one day's selling was possible, and the balance of tho cattle, numbering 1500 head (Including all breeding cows and the best stud heifers and bulls) had to be withdrawn, to be offered at a date later (to be advertised). Sales made whilst weather permitted comprised about 600. Every lot submitted' was sold, competition being keen. Stud bulls made to 150 guineas, herd bulls to 45 guineas, stud heifers to 150 guineas, and herd cows to 42 guineas, and the whole lot averaged a very satisfactory price.

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

MEAT PRICES The Metropolitan Meat Board supplies us with the following list, of the wholesale prices of meat delivered at retail butch ers' Shops from Pyrmont Meat Depot on Thursday (13/3/24): — BEEF: Per lb. Ox Bodies ? 3%d to 4i/2d Ox Hinds ? 6d to 6%d Ox Fores ? 2)/!jd to 2'/2d Cow Bodies ? 3i/4d to 4d Cow Hinds ? 5d to 6d Cow Fores ? 1j/ad to 2'/4d MUTTON: Lambs ? — ?— Hoggets ? 7d to 7/2d Wethers ? 6d to' 6-Ad Ewes ? - 5%d to 6d PORK ? ? 10'/2d to 1/1

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

Vita-Lick is tlie fisiesl tayestmeiit tor Woolgrowers. | Woolgrowers, next year's wool clip ia growing now, and there is a tremendous, wool serfage Mr Nelson MUla Uardry, Hay, writes in the world to-day of over 30 million pounds f weight, while the demand for , wool is increasing. ? 'Last season we used your Vita-Lick with our i Ttge Vita-Liclc all the year round and increase tne . . . , ,. , | v Se^d quantity of your clip, ensuring bigger special stud sheep, including the Grand Cham-' wool cheques. 1 : . - pion, housed or unhoused, 'PEMBELGONG No. 1,' Our claims are supported by the testimonies o and we are quite satisfied with the results. ' We woolgrowers all over Australia. Here is one . that speaks for itself. propose doing the same again this year.' Ml\ f 11^1^' I nrTV STOCK LICK SPECIALISTS ? Rbfoefffc Paten Co. V JL I 0-, 230 SussexSt., Sydney

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

. — ? — ~~~ MAKE '-MONEY | ? atanw*'»-ii-iiimiB^iiaw»aiwm»wig owg*— Mt— WWM''1 On ill® salo of yow Fat Stock N By taklag advantage of THE BENEFITS OUR ORGANISATION OFFERS Experienced Auctioneers Pe?soaaI attention to all business. Prompt Returns WIRE YOUR TRUCK REQUIREMENTS TO BABGERY BROTHERS' LIMITED 10 Castlereagh Sfrest . SYDNEY ? - - '''.i ??' ?' ?- : ? ? - ? \ 1 P^Ml^Tlf^FEP^ Ptoaso toll tho Advertiser la ili&lIIIEti ''' ,0' '' ' in '* fat stock salesman, 's,m' and s,ation ;-v ' .'Chains ?? House, Martin Place, ; Journal.' ?? ???? .(o^ qP.O.), SYDNEY. ^ ^ ?' STOCK & STATION AGENTS FAT STOCK SALESMEN . RS®. ® SP'^Sia© ©T„s ©¥DWE¥ SELLING AGENTS ONLY. Bank of Atwtralasia I CASH REBATES I op tmi mi vmoL I v- 11'JFR/ j °k fat st°c|c» stud stock» I i^a^S fg0 PRODUCE; PSGS & CALVES. ^ ' ! ' OF 60SjH!3?SSJ9&3 GHAR&EO , WEBB* BEWJRNED TO ALL CLIENTS LAST-;Y$4Jt $&., , ? % fi THE i| fiwpinfc M ft Muse Cempany, Limited j Oar organisation i...

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

818.111 & 'QUdDUN0| AUCTIONEERS, | 5 Sworn Valuers, : Stock and Station Agents, COOMA j

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AN UNPOPULAR RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

AN UNPOPULAR RULE. A recent rule of the A.J.C. provides that, as soon as an apprentice reaches the age of twenty-one, he may no lon ger claim the apprentice allowance, irrespective of his riding record. It iq dmicult to scuess why such a rule was brought in, but it is safe to soy that there was some reason for it. All tho same this new rule is not at all .popular with trainers, many of whom are loud in. .their disapproval. It seems inconsistent for the A.J.C. to allow the term of apprenticeship to extend over the age of twenty-one and then shear, an apprentice of the most rateable privilege that was held up to induce him to bind himself to tlie game. I heard one supporter of the rule re mark that if a boy was not good enough to be able to do 'without, the appren tice allowance, when he reached man hood, he ougfet to retire. That is all very well; but if a boy takes to race-riding teste in life, and is of light weight that ought to be his own business, ? especially if he chooses to b...

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Stock and Pastures INSPECTORS' REPORTS Stock Movements [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

StocK and ? .1 . .. . ' , r , JM; ????- - ?- ?' INSPECTORS' REPORTS Stock Movements Throughout practically the whole of tlie country, February rains did a won derful. amount' of good. Sorao districts still require rain, notably Condobolin, Dubbo and Twoed-Lismore districts. In nearly overy other district the outlook is v6rv promising. Wild dogs aro making their depreda tions in Wilcannia, where tho inspector reports that in some cases sheep have to be shepherdedjto protect them. / Following are extracts from the re ports furnisliod by the various stock inspectors to the Cliietf Inspector ot Stock, Mr. Max' Henry, M.R.C.V.S. Tho numbers following each report give first, th© number . of permits to travel, issued by the inspector, and second, ' the number of notifications issued by him. to other districts that sheep will -be travelling there. As, however, the stock inspector only issues comparatively few permits, most of. this being,done. by secretaries, whose, figureg are not availabl...

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

|l ; ; MMW ®F If M®t,. 'SEID F©IS , ' TIE ^ a SPECIAL PAMPHLET, containing — ; ' , ? WW '''jffa SW ' ® Partipulars of the Association's work, ' Ben©to of ; ' ?' ' - ^ ' ' '? * ~ ' ^-em^ers^P» List of Officers and Local Secretaries, ' M ' ® S ® . ? j ® ? ALSO ASK FOR A COPY ol : ' MSS©€M,tl0H ? / : 'graziers' annual' containing particulars of Awards, and much important MEMBER ' MW : - UUJ wMiRuwbim b«i ^ J. W. AUUEN, 8ecrcUry. The C^Mlera* Asooclatlon ej 79 Plfct Str»©s; Sydnw/.

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MOTOR TRAINS MINISTER'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

MOTOR TRAINS MINISTER'S STATEMENT. Mr. Ball, Minister for Railways, on Friday replied to criticism of the motor trains recently put into commission. He said it had been reported to hin- that there had been stoppages on the new motor service routes, due to de fects. and that the fear, was eznreesed that the new system was unreliable. The complaints ha4 been inquired into and he had been advised that the causes of the trouble were only initial difficulties that might be expected with new services of the kind. In some cases the trouble was due to the men in charge of the trains being new to the work. As tbey. became better ac quainted difficulties would not occur. The department also expected to have more motor trains available shortly, so that one or two could be : kept in re serve, thus reducing the likelihood of inconvenience to users of motor trains.

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Rainfall and River Reports [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 14 March 1924

Rainfall audi. River Reports At the request of tho Graziers' 'As- sociation of N.S.W., arrangements have been completed by tlio Postal : Department for the dissemination per telegraph of daily rainfall find river registrations in New South- Wales to a number of additional stations. Tho additional' lines set out aro as ' fol lows;— Gunnedah. — Somertou, Nundle, Tarn worth, Bendemeer, Manilla, jBarraba, Werris Creek, Breeza, Blackvill©, Qui rindi (rainfall reports). — Whenever rain is recorded. Hay. — (a) Narandera, (rainfall and river report. — Daily. (Hay previously re ceived daily rainfall ana river reports from Deniliquin, Gundagai, Moulamein, Tocumwal and Wagga, also rainfall , re ports from Carrathool. These will be continued). - (b) Tumut, Adelong, ~ Kiandra, Cooma, Queanbeyan, Yass (rainfall report). — Whenever rain is recorded, Maude. — (a) Deniliquin Gundagai Moulamein, Tocumwal, Wagga, Nar randera, Hay (rainfall and river height). — Daily. (b) Garrathool, Tumut, Adelong,. K...

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

Do it Now . - And Sam Money ? | ? |— .I mi I ? ? mMiMAj-'WH By sending us your Fat Stock to Ball. By sending us particulars of your Stock and Property. Our Splendid Organisation is the result of 50 YEARS, careful study of MOW BEST TO SERVE OUR CLIENTS, I GIVE , US A TRIAL | WlfLKIN&QN & LAVENDER, LIMITED SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, HAY, HILLSTON AND CARRATHOOL

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