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HIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

HIDES. 11,206 were catalogued. Extreme light-weights ruled from par to %d per lb. easier, while light averages wore Ud to %d per lb. lower. Light' mediums - were without material change and mediums showed an advance ranging from I4d to !6d per lb. Heavy weights, -which wore scarce, were also rather dearer. Calfskins and country yearlings ruled de cidedly lower, while abattoir yearlings were also a shade cheaper. QUOTATIONS. Per lb. d. d. PICKED STOUT HEAVIES ... to 15 HEAVY WEIGHTS (over 521bs.) . But condition ? - ? 8Mi to 10% . Heavy condition ? ? 7 to 8 MEDIUM WEIGHTS (461bs. to 501bs.)— Bedt condition ? 6'A to .8% Heavy condition ? 5'A to 6Vi LIGHT MEDIUM WEIGHTS (401b. to 441b.) Be3t condition ? 5V« to 6 Heavy condition ? 4% to 5 LIGHT WEIGHTS (351b. to 381b.) Best- condition ? 5'A to 5V4 Heavy condition ? 494 to 5 EXTREME LIGHT WEIGHTS (281b. to 331b.) Beat . condition 5Vi to 5% Heavy1 conditioni/.i.w&iSpi-; 4% to 5V4 CUT t'HJDES-r . v Medlnm-and heavyweights 6. to 8 I...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Roster of Forthcoming Produce' Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, March 19, at 9.30 a.m.). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

Roster of Forthcoming Produce ' Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, March 19, at 9.30 a.m.). 1. AUSTRALIAN. MERCANTILE, LAND, and FINANCE CO.. LTD. 2. GEORGE H. MOXHAM and CO. 3. UOLD8BROUGH. MORT and CO., LTD. 4. CO-OP'ERATIVE WOOL and PRODUCE CO.. LTD. 5. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 6 WINCHCOMBE, CARSON. 1/TD. 7. NEW ZEALAND LOAN and MERCAN TILE AGENCY CO.. LTD. 8. F. and G. C. G. I. A. CO., LTD. 9. SCHUTE. BELL and CO.. L/TD. 10 PITT. SON and BADGERY. LTD. 11. DALGETY and CO., LTD.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

— to — . — Bffll MiW Oil uoiiEft I ('highest market VAW6S. -WO-M, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL ^ j prompt returns. SKINS, SHEEP SKINS BARK. HIDES - ce bo's cwi^hmwitn : J Liberal Advancas if Reguiced. ' ,.,aCeo in B separate trust ? TALLOW, HASR, BONES, GEAIN,Etc. -account eanitwl . K. de L.-_CUDMOREjj Manager. Coyreapop jeace Invited. Agents for Western Awurasice Co.— Fir© aBd Marf©©

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

jr3^| ? ? ? ? ? ??.»Mi.l.Bi»y«uiuMMyiw»iyiiiuiaMMHiiuii.-«winiijaiiHmaMiiMi»^||1g I Farmers & Graziers' Co-operative Co* § I LEADERS IN SELLING OF BUTCHERS' AD STAHON PRODUCE | I Great' care in weighing. Goods displayed to best advantage. 8 | OUR SALESMEN HAVE SPENT A LIFE-TIME IN THE BUSINESS ANdI §1 ! | THROUGH THIS EXPERIENCE ARE IN A POSITION TO | If ® v| ALWAYS OBTAIN FULL RULING VALUES | fr /r;B Which is a big consideration to sellers. '§-? 1 Consign i-'. :;'V' ? . ^ '1^. ? r : 'FARMERS & GRAZIERS' | |j(BlS!lE®3831BiSSIflfiSB2fiBllBaSlBliBiaBlSIiiSllI3iEi3ESaiBilSBSaaiBillBSi8IfiSDBS£lSBiBIBBBSiilBBliBBaaBIiaBBSlBJ[BiBi6Bl3BBMBIBES ^ ^ ' ' * ' $ ' ?: li

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

THE RAINFALL. The following: was tfiie total rainfall re corded during tho four days ended at 9 a.m. on Monday: — ' Western: C'obar 3 points. * N.-VV. Plains: Boomi 12, Uungindi 7. Garuh 63. Jfogil 20, Pilliga 69, Moree 3, Bollat.a 3, Wee Waa 4, Narrabri 6, Burret) Junction, 20 points. C-W. Plains: Coonamble 7, Canonbar 25, Girilambone 4, Nyngan 6 pointu. Eivorina : Boolipvl 5, Darlington Point 7, Griffith 2. Moulamein, 40 points. N..W. Slopes Bingara, 6 points. N. Tublehrtids : 'i'abulam 143. Tenterllold 53. Emnmville 19. Deepwater, 30 points. O.- Talwlaiwls : Katoomba 5, Kurrajong 10, raralgu, i points. North Coast: Tweed Hoade 52, Murwillum. bxh 11, Mnllnmbimby 120, Byron' Bay 141; Kyoglci 24, Casino 5S, LJemore ? 43, Qailinaj 185, Clarpnce Heads - 165, Dorrigo 1, Coff'a Harbour 13, Bollingen 19, Maclean, 4J points. ' , Hastings, Hunter and Hauning; Pt. line quario 8, Laurieton 19, Manning Qeads 2t ; Taree 2, Forster 7, Seal Bocks 8, BulUUi delah 40, Scone 2, Merriwa 1, Jerry*? 1...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, MARCH, 14th, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, MARCH, 14th, 1924. BALES WERE HELD BY THE SYDNEY WOOL SELLING BROKERS, viz.:— AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE,. LAND AND FINANCE CO.. LTD.; CO-OPERATIVE WOOL and PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD.; DALGETY AND CO., LTD.: FARMERS' ANI) GRAZIERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO., LTD.; GOLDS BROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO.. LTD.; PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.; SCHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD.; WINCHCOMBE CARSON. LTD. SHEEPSKINS. I 35,359 were forward. ~r^' Competition was brisk, and while merinoB , trere UDch&oscd. orossbrods were in special ; demand at prices qui to Mid to Id per lb. above previous prices. Shippers were the jprincipal operators. -v— QUOTATIONS. Merino— ^fr , Fall wools— 51- ?; Best ? - ? 21 to ^ Ordinary. ? ? to » . ! Threo-quarter wools— B 5t ? ? ? ? f* Ordinary ? ? ? ? 10 19 Half wools— ? ? iaL. Best ? ? ? W to WA Ordinary ? 15 16 ? ? ? ? Ordinary '/ ? ? ? ? — UV4 Ito 13 ? ? ? - 15 ' « 1?^ ....

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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WEATHER REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

WEATHER REPORTS. ' The following Information is compile^ from the weather bulletins issued by tho Weather Bureau each morning. In the 'barometer' columns will be found the reading corrected and brought down to searlevel of the barometers at that station at 9 a.m. on tho mornings named. Tha 'thermometer' is the reading of the dry bulb thermometer taken at the same time, while 'weather' is the weattsp observed at that time. The 'wind' column shows the direction of the wind andita strength at 9' a.m. on tho last day of the period. The final column shows tho height and movement either of the river at that particular town, or tbe state of tha sea when the station is on the sea coast, for the last day of the period. ' j] Barometer. | Ther momoterl Weather. j Wind. | 6ea Station ' H Frl. | Sat | Mon. |Frl.lga.|Mo.| F. | S. I M. | .Mon. 'I Mon? ? ? ? ; ? - ? ?/ ' Wilcannia .. 29.96 29.87 29.95 I 68 71 70 P F I F I W.l. I1S.8H Wentworth . . — — 29.99 — — 63 — — F | SW.l. 7.10 Bourke ? 29.99 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

SKINS, HIDES, TMIO0, itt. I SALES HELD AT REGULAR INTERVALS ' 8 ffCD ^ j Hfeh@st Market ¥al^©@ Prompt Ketyras Lite®ral Advances if R©®j}&sir®sa behd T© ' DALGETY & OOHPMiY, LTD., Sydney - DALGBTY'S WEEKLY REVIEW CONTAINING LATEST MA ERECT BEPOSTa POSTED FBH0 ON APPLICATION. ? |

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COASTAL RAIN THE FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

COASTAL RAIN — ? .3- the forecast. 'During tho past fow days rain baa l-c on fairly tfcuoral on tho coast, made up of eoauored light folio. A heavy fall occurred darinz the wnelc-ond. wlinn oV. Tvninxi - rj I at Olanyjoa Heads,' said Mr. D. J. Itaroa, N.S.W. btatq Meteorologist, to a 'Stock Journal' representative yesterday (Monday) afternoon. 'Temperatures in tho day were warm and getting .warmer during the week, end. Night temperatures wore rather oool to oold. 'Present indications favour flue weather over the Slate generally, excopt for a fow showora on tho North Ooosl. Temperatures should be moderate to warm during the day and rather oool at night. Northerly winds mostly with a cool eontherly change in the south later, which should become squally aa it reaches the ooast. Isolated thunder, showers may be looked for.' AT ' A NEW BOTmi gf&TI FPICS, Period: Four Says ended at 8 ajn. oa Monday. Highest Temperature recorded : 38 tfo grees at WltcaoBla and HcaiQdle during ? the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

TO LET. TO LET.— CONVENIENT BUNGALOW : 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, ipantry, bathroom and all offices. Gas an^j electric, light. Hopetown Avenue, Yau close. Five minutes from beach and froaj, . boat; six from tram. Apply Mi^ WOODYATT, 'The Bungalow,' Hopetoun, Avenue, Vauoluse. Available April ai-4; (May,, or sooner. ? ACCOMMODATION. ? COOGEE, Lexton Hall. 157 Arden.st.— Board and Residence, first-class house, exu. table, ideal situation, ocean views, 3 mins. surf- and trams, handy show and racecourse. 'Phone, Hand. 454. TVTEWPORT, via MANLY. — 'BEACH. -I-' HOUSE,' superior holiday homq, minute surf, booking Easter. Moderate terms SITUATIONS .WANTED. WANTED, reliable. experienced Married Man (Prot.), no children; wife no duties). Western e*p., attend stock and do ajl, general station work; wagea £3 per, week. Meat and cottage found. Apply, with refs. by letter, to F. M. FOX, £oxr burgh, Baulkham Hills. ? WANTED, by Married Man, position aft; OVERSEES; long experience sheep andj...

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CAULFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

CAULFIELD RACES. At the V.A.T.C. March meeting, held at Caulfield last Saturday, there were a trio of surprises. The first was Valdes, who started at 10 to 1, for the Orrong Two-year-old, and won by half a length from Spearfelt (6 to 1), who was two lengths and a half better than Sportive (7 to 1). The 7 to 4 favorite, Fujisan, ran no where. The winner is a bay gelding by Valais (imp.) from Court Martial, by Martian from Discipline, by Treadmill from Madowla, by Trenton from Azalea' (imp.), by Galliard. There is no doqbt th^t Vqlais is proving a wonderful sire, for not a meeting seems to pass without his progeny scoring. For the St. Kjlda Cup, The Rover started favorite at 2 to 1, but he was beaten a head by Switch, who had put in a great run to engage him in a final tussle. The winner started at 11 to 2. She is a five-year-old chest nut mare, by Flippant (imp.) from Flay, a New Zealand-bred mare, by Flavus from Albuera, by Soult (imp.) from Hotcherina, by Hotchkiss from Hipporina, ...

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BIG WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

BIG WINS. It is said that the stable had a big win on Irish Prince, who defeated Golden Voice : and also that Stony's supporters came in for a big stake over ills success in the Warwick Handicap. I Of course the bookmakers may be exjMCted to claim that they had a los ing day : but the successes of Janitor and Hit surely ought to have put them pretty clear of trouble.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

66 WSHOT WOTTS3E ' - The Selling of FURS and RABBIT SKINS is a Special Feature of PITT, SON & BADGERY'S (LTD.) Activities. Special Facilities are available for the handling and selling of RABBIT SKINS and Highest Possible Prices are obtained by consigning to PITT, SON & . BADGERY LTD., SYDNEY. Write for PRICE LISTS and LABELS and test the Central Market. The Classing, Preparation and Selling of WINTER FURS is a Science as well as a Business and a Substantial Cheque is always promptly posted. PITT, SOM & BADGERY, tiwllecl WOOL, PRODUCE, SHEEP, CATTLE, PIG & GALF SALESMEN, SYDNEY. il fllf I -? i ! t.' ' / Sefelr tor'. Publication' Ro.- ««,. giving ? ' fifri ? %% 1 j] ( ? ^ particulars of CtfroJfmed Shearing '1 , . \ lii^jV | DALCETY AND kTD.^iller's Point, Sydney. « ^-^3 ! | KEEP YOURSELF FIT There are many ways of attaining fitness. Healthy outdoor exercise is the best for those who are young, and for those who have the time, although many who take out...

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HORSE TALK RACES AT RANDWICK A.J.C. Warwick Farm Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

^ '' .. ' ' ^ (By ' Mgrrigang') RACES AT RAND WICK ? ; ? -4:— ? ? ? A.J.C. Warwick Farm Meeting Something like twenty-eight thousand people attended the races at Randwick last Saturday. Although rain threat ened in the forenoon, the afternoon was fine and cool. The track was in first class condition, and as a wind helped the horses in the early races some very fast times were recorded. THE HURDLE RACE. The hurdjeracers competing just now are a poor class on the average. The Victorian horse, Tarquil, carried, top weight (12st7!b) in Saturday's race and King Howard had only- 51b. less on Ijis back. Palbi, who seemed to be leni ently treated, with 10st. 131b-. was fa vorite at 7 to 4. Tarquil was at &'s, on the same mark as Powtraven. Fiera bras was at 12's, Red Jay at 14's, King Howard and Call Up at 20's, and. others to 100 to 1. ( The first time past the stand, Palbi easily seemed to hold the others for pace. He was ridden a quiet race by Moon and eventually won, with his ea...

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Women In Country And City The Country Woman Her Interest and Association Executive Council Meets [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

W6m-m\'Isr Gowatiry Aimd - City ? — (€@nduct@d by Mrs ? E0 WL Irvine J ? The Couofery Woman Imiewests mmd Ammmtim ?-. — ? ? ~ — ! — : — ? ? — — — ❖ MOTTO s— Loyalty to the Thronb, I SsrvicQ to tho Cflwntry tttroitst? ( Country women, for Country ivcmon, By Country Women. -iso«d ns your visiwe-r-WQ will Ejive yqu ourp, — Ed.) Executive Council Meets A- -meeting' of the Executive Council of the Country Women's Association \vfts held ftt 17 Castloreagli-st., on Saturday morning, March 8th. . The ?President {Mrs. Hugh It. Munro) was in the chair, and there were also pre sents Mosdames Studdy (Boggabri) and Layer (Crookwell ) , Vice-Presidents, Mrs. Hazlett, Hon. Treas., Mesdames Fletcher (Dubbo), 'Weston (Wellington) Ai. Suttor, Ashton, Misa Griffin,, and the Organising Secretary. ; * \ Apologies were received frefm Mrs, Mcjntyrp (through illness), and Mrs. Sawyer. Minutes of tho previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the . matter of voting by post by members of branches for t...

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WILD DOGS. IN OUR NORTH-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

WILD DOGS. IN OUR NORTH-WEST. At a meeting of the Moree Pastures Protection Board, Mr. Cory brought under the notice of the board the ne cessity for havlnii the Dog Act enforced. Depredations of dogs in the Terry Hie Hie district had been responsible for a number of landholders, especially ou the eastern side of the Terry Hie Ille Greek, relinquishing sheep-raising. The Native Dog Association in that locality had, during the past five years, spent pver £1300 in the Uilliug of wild dogs, which had been resivonsible for heavy mortality amongst sheep. The board decided to write to the department nslfJng that the Act be rigidly enforced, that every (log be re gistered, and that it be compulsory for each- dog tp wear a collar,

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DELEGATES FOR THE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

DELECATES FOR THE CON FERENCE. \\ ill our branch secretaries please note tlmt permission has been giyen to the brandies to allow all their mem bers who wish to do so to voto by pqst for the election of their deleaate or delegates to the annual conference, to be keld at Moree on Wednesday, May lhe Morue delegates have already , been elected, and arc Mesdumes Single, Coates and Hobbes, Miss Mack has been elected as dele-' gate from Horton River.

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P.P. Boards IMMUNITY FROM PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

P.P. Boards IMMUNITY FROM PROSECUTION. At the shire council meeting at Ky ogle last week. Mr. 10. M. Mitchell, bar rister, forwarded his opinion, which was sought by the council, as to whe ther the police magistrate (Mr. Shrop shire) was right in deciding in a re -ent case, hrou'glit b.v the shire against the Casino P.I1. Hoard, that the shire council could not prosecute the pastures board for falling to destroy weeds in the reserves under its control. Mr. Mitchell advised that the magis trate c-aine to the right decision. The pastures hoards, he stated, had no title to reserves, and they were on the eaine footing as the Government in this re spect, and were exempt from prosecu tion. Shires, however, had a remedy under section 2(i, sub-section 3, of tlie Pastures Amendment Act, 10.1S, and this remedy was the only one that could be availed of by shires.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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What We Want [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

What We Wart , The deputation which waited on tho. Progressive members : recently asked - for the following, in addition to those requests we reported in last Friday's 'Journal'; — WELFARE CENTRES. ' We also appeal that the Royal Welfare Society obtain its subsidy .of £20QQ, as we believe that it is doing valuable work in preserving the lives of children and nursing mothers, as well as raising the ordinary standard of surviving in fants, by the education of the women iu mother-craft. It is our earnest de sire to create opportunities for all country women to obtain this educa tion. REGISTRATION OF MIBWIVES. Again and again, for twenty years, at each session of Parliament, we have been promised the . registration of the Midwlves' Bill, ' and we now ask that every member of the Country Party will make it Ills personal business to see that this most necessary measure be placed upon the Statute Book this year. We realise that pressure among cer tificated midwives will be brought to bear ...

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AMALGAMATED TEXTILES. TAMWORTH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

AMALGAMATED textiles. TAW WORTH METOTING, Amalgamated Textiles (Australia) Limited have' chosen the site and pur rhaseil tho land at Tamworth for the itiill to be erected there. A public meeting, at whioli Di rectors of the Company will attend, lias tu'en cabled l'or Thursday, 20th March, In Tamworth, in order that the share holders in the North, and tlip public In general, can be made aware of the progress tbat has been made.

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