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STOCK SALE AT NARANDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

STOCK SALE AT NARANDERA. LLOYD BROS., Narandera, report hav ing held their usual monthly stock sale at Narandera on Friday last, 7th inst., wlion thev varded about 5000 sheep and 162 cattle, and effected a total clearance of the cattle apd all the sheep, with the exception of 288 comeback ewes (which wore passed in at 38s). ?The sheep yarded consisted of good lines of nice quality, well-conditioned merino, comeback and crossbred ewes and wethers, and some Binall lota of lambs. Bidding waB very keen and spirited throughout; the demand being far greater than the supply. Buyers were in attend ance from this and surrounding districts, the sheep being sold to 40 different pur chasers. A few of the principal sales ure as follows: — 113 cmbk ewes, 4, 6 and 8 tooth, Border Leicester rama joined November, 40s; 108 omblt owes, full-month, Border Leicester rams joined November, 37s 3d; 400 cmbk owes, 2 and 4 tooth, Border Leicester rams joined November, 34a 4d;.240 xbred ewes, 2, 4, 6 and 8 to...

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

, WILLI AMINA A. OQQ 5 per cent Commission will be charged on all orders during Sale Time. Orders booked for Frenph hand-made under clothing. Trousseau work a specialty. Box 1231, fi.p.O., Sydney.

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Answers To Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

'?eH. Answers To Correspondents*# (Bi/ 'Planets.') R.Y.B.— As long as the information is what you wanted, all is well. I saw the article you referred to, and, as you ^.ay, it was well worth reading. Some excellent articles do appear in the newspapers! ine news you men tioned from Moree was good : The rain has come at last, and it is a different world now out there. The North West is due for a run of good years. May it get them 1 M.B. — I asked that young fellow to write to you, because he was likely looking. However, aa you are lixed Up now, he' can try elsewhere, Quite a lot of young fellows from the Old Country are here eager to get places on farm or station. Those I have seen are a good type and there ought to be room for them. They have come out on their own, and now that they have got this far, we do not want to see them turn back or stop in tlie cities. It has always seemed to me that much more might be done with such young men if the producers' Associa tions would take the ma...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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CUTTING THE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

CUTTING THE PUDDING. The opening of the 'Pudding Season' at the 'Cheshire Cheese' (that fam ous old tavern in the Strand, London), has long been the occasion of a cere mony. The occupant of the seat call ed. Dr. Johnppn's either outs the pud ding himself or nominates a substi tute- I«Qrd Burnham, the other even ing/ called the French Ambassador to diftyj. saying that this was 'the 148th successive year -in which the pudding ?' had been cut by a man of distinction. The French Ambassador's tactful re mark was that he had no fear for the fqlkjro of I raucoj-British friendship if the diplomacy of both nations was as good as their poojpng,

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

Moree 1 0 Things are busy at Moree where the, country women are organising for the a annual conference to be opened on May ' 21st. A dance was arranged at Turleyy, on the 7th inst. in aid of the local hospital, while quite recently a street stall was successfully held in aid of the local maternity ward.

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

Manly Fete A very pronounced success has been achieved at Manly in the fete opened by the President, Mrs. Hugh Munro, on Wednesday afternoon. This effort by the Country Women's sub-branch of the association is being taken up with great enthusiasm, and the Seaside Home ought to benefit iargely by the etfort. Tlie temporary hall which was erected in the Park for the recent Art show, was effectively decorated, and lit, and here a series of dainty stalls were fully stocked with the most at tractive goods, while the cake stall was a wonderful display in itself, Perhaps the stall of the younger set took pride of place for picturesque effect, by reason of the bevy of exceedingly pretty girls in boufant frocks of cretonne worn with big fischu and powder and patches. A detachment of Boy Scouts was also in attendance, Mrs. Munro .was welcomed by the President, Mrs. Tindaie, who congratu lated her upon- the phenominal growth of the Association, and assured her of devoted support in''the villag...

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Principal Cattle Averages [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

PrifioBpal OalfJa Avert gos — * ? S. M. Osborne, 20 blks. .. 14 2 4 G. South, 9 blks. . . 13 14 8 A. North, 5 blks. . . 12 14 0 J.emalona Stn., -10 blks. ..1117 7 Gundebri Kst. Co., 30 blks... 10 14 10 J. Robinson, 18 blks. . . 11 12 G Trus. J. S. Vickery, 32 b... 10 19 7 J. 'J'. Brown, 55 blks. . . 10 11 7 Lanyon, Ltd., 99 blks. . . 10 11 4 It. \V. Alison, 20 b. . . 10 9 . 1 White Bros., 49 b. . . 10 3 4 W. Pt Itcichcrt, 12 lilks. 10 1 0 \V. J. Reynolds, 22 b. . . 9 7 0 Mrs. M. 1'. Dangar. 20 ..9 6 3 J. McKenzie, 22 blks. . . 9 3 0 A. J. Wilson,. o7 blks. .. 8 18 G R. ' Graham', 9 blks. . . 8 8 4 H. ' Millson, 10 blks. . ..722 M. Finlayson, 33 blks. 7 0 4 Mrs. H. Coulson, 6 blka. .. 6 15 4 D. Buflicr, 13 blks. . . 6 10 J. T. Brown, 11 cows .. 8 2 2 Browne Bros., 10 cows . . 7 15 -- J. Elliott, 24 cows . ? 7 2 Oj. It. Brown, 10 cows . . 7 0V A. Stevenson and Sons, C c. 7 0 0 .A. J'. Wilson, 1G cows .. 6 19 9 Western Agents, 12 e. 6 19 0 Capp Bros., 12 cows . . 6 11 3 H. Higgens, .9 ...

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

' tv ? ? ?- ? - ' v ?? , w«etomfe^a« The message above is brief but definite. It relies for its strength on facts.— The' results secured for Sheep, Cattle, and Lambs, sold by tho firm at Homebush. On that score it has undoubted claim to close atten . ? tion. . ? k The stockowner who already consigns to Winchcombe, Carson jjtd., has good cause to recognise its worth. He has experienced its benefits. But the . : landholder who has not already done so can take that step^ with confidence. He will find the attention his business secures completely justifies his de cision. ISS Winclicombe, Careora Ltd. B0^'y0'p'°'

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

jf SCIUTE, BELL & C®. LTP. I || ' THEY WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR GO. J' '»'y- C®Seeae« M Bridge Sired, SjrAney. \fli ; '? ';? . - ? ? I '

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

r~ AGENTS. THAT SELL STOCK & PROPERTY IN THE' COUNTRY BARELLAN. W. & W. J. tiiscn. BAKMEDMAN. P. H. s&oaitan. BLAYNEY. U, R. P.I. pjgolt. BOURKE. (Yl. V?aro. CONDOBOLIBL H. C. FileuMsr. Gus. Bressa £t Co. J. R. Q&slt & Ga. COOLAH. CsidJy & Co. COOMA. H. T. M. Rose. COONAMBLE. Coldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd COWRA. 0. K. Rosa a G .t)JJ ? ? t;s i ,'i COOTAMUNDRA, D. j. Rand. George Thompson & Co. GILGANDRA. Chrfotio Bros* GLOUCESTER. Matthomsa & Co. . Lata Dsauoama & 1 . Qouglaa WaddG!! & Go. GUNDAGAI. W. E. Kyi® a Co. E. A. Tout & Go. Shepherd & Date. GUNNING. c. E. Ardill, GUYRA. A. A. Brown & Co. HAY. WillUneon & Lavondar, Ltd. HILLSTON. Ranlien & Kneshtn. KEMPSEY. Cliff, Mitchell & Eaoton, Ltd. MAITLAND (West). E. IV. Sparho. 0. K. Young. J. Enrisht. jamoa Kirkwood. fl. A. Elkin and Son, MOREE. j F. .a A. Cfannio. , Spensar, Thompson, Carter &amp...

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SOME OF THIS SALES SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

SOME OF THIS SALES SHEEP. Pen crossbred lambs, prime ant! sappy, and very even, about 43lbs., cktaoi however, showed little seed, (8/-), price 3S/11. Pen crossbred wethers, prime ? and heavy (about 58lbs.), mostly 8 tooth' with odd 6 tooth; merino and B.L., skin to 11/-, price 37/8. Pen crossbred wethers, good trade sorts, some prime, odd comebacks, skin to 12/-, about 46 lbs, price 35/4. Pen crossbred hoggets, good trade 'quality, about 44 lbs., skin to 9/-, price 34/-. - Pen merino ewes, old, mostly broken mouth, late shorn, fair stores, okln to 7/6, price 23/1. Pen crossbred ewes, good ' even line, prime quality, good clean skin (to 12/6), about 58 lbs., price 36/3. Pen crossbred ewes, 6 and 8 tooth, good trade quality, about 45 lbs., skins to 8/-, price 30/-. Pen merino ewes, good line and even, full-mouth,' prime quality, oarly shorn, skin to 14/-, price 36/3. Pen merino ewes, good line of trade mutton, prime, full mouth, about 44 lbs., skin 8/-, price 31/4, Pen merino wethers,...

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

' CATTLE. About 3,300 yarded. Quality good. Market irregular and generally from 15 /- to 20/- lower and in places more for trood to prime cattle, and about 10/- for- medium to plain. There were 3,013 cattle listed for sale from 133 owners, and although two consignments did not arrive, extra and unadvised lots brought the total yard ing to over 3,300. These comprised all descriptions of veal and beef from cal ves to.prifue bullocks, and extra prime weighty' cows. The general quality of the offering was again good and compared more than favourably with Thursday's yarding. There was a better ; showing of good to prime cattle of all ! Weights. Good trade bullocks, steers, cows, and heifers were also well in evidence, and the proportion of medium to. plain beef was smaller than usual. There Vas a good attendanoe oi buyers, but the supply proved more than sufficient for immediate require ments, as competition was dull, . at. times Yer.v irreguhjr and values showed a decline of a'nytning''...

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

Cottntrg ||ife mtb Modi -anb jJMian PUBLISHED ON ; TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. 17 CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY. Telephone No. B6334. Subscription (paid In advance) ? ? ? ? 15/- per annum. „ (booked) ? ? ? ? 17/6 „ ,, Foreign ? ? ......v.... ? ? ? £1 ,, » Advertising Rates on Application. TUESDAY, MARCH 18. 1924.

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Royal Show ENTRIES POURING IN. EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

Royal Show ENTRIES POURING IN. v EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATES. The Secretary of the Royal Agricul tural v Society states that never in the history of the Society has there been SUCh a rush of Antrim fnr +!,« Show as set in this week. The' entries for horses and cattle promise to far exceed those for last 'how, when they were very heavy. In the . other sections the exhibitors are coming forward just as freely.. . A? usual, it has been decided to ex tend the date of closing of entries in each section in order to clear up late telegrams and provide for exhibitors who have missed the first entry , date. Entries for horses will therefore be extended to 17th March; cattle and pigs, 22nd March ; poultry, 24th March ; pigeons and cage birds, 25th March, dogs, 26th March ; agriculture (includ ing apiculture and cookery), 23th March ? and dairy produce (except ' ex port classes), 29th March.

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IMMIGRATION PRACTICAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

IMMIGRATION PRACTICAL WORK. From the New Settlers' League:— The New Settlers' League is, j£C&itfiog letters from all parts of the United Kingdom from men who are anxious ot migrate to New South Wales and start farming. An interesting letter was received from a man in Cheshire, stating that, .having heard .of the, in terest the League took in n^w^iituepi he wrote asking' whether a position could be found for him on arrival in a farming community. The Wyong branch of the New Settlers' League took the matter up, and not only succeeded in finding him employ ment, but arranged with his employer to nominate him for assist ed' passage. This is an example, of what can be done bv an effort ? in country districts. Under the Group Nomination System, church organisations are en abled to make open nominations for assisted families or groups. If each of our country district churches took this matter up actively we will sood have a steady flow of the right class of migrant, who will come t...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKET Market Report and Record of Sales. MONDAY MARCH 17, 1924. An Invaluable Reference for Stockowners. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

*&'? HOMEBUSH FAT ? ' ' ? * . \ ? ? ? I Market. : Report *md R@c®y& -.©i Safe, , j ? fyiOMljAlf SHEEP. About 12,600 forward. Quality fairly good. Market irregular and occasionally easier, but no quotable change gener ally. There were 13,030 sheop listed for sale from 62 owners and about 12,600 were forward. These' comprised all descriptions of merinos and crossbreds and odd pens of comebacks. The major portion of the supply consisted of cross breds. Tlie general quality of the offering was ugain good, notwithstand ing' that Rood wethers were compar atively scarce. Lambs were well in evidence. \ There was n good attendance of buyers, but although the supply was comparatively light, competition was not so keen as on Thursday, and : at times values fluctuated considerably. Good trade wethers were in best demand J'Mid for these the market was firm, j For other descriptions values were J sliehtlv in buyers' favour as compared ? with Thursday's best rates, hut there { was ...

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Sydney Wool Sales Firm Market [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

[?] Firm Market Tico catalogues were offered at yeeterday's sales, erribr® chigp . an attractive selection. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers reports — There ttrae a® cie ceptionally strong inquiry at yesterday's sales with revived aai- 1 motion in the Japanese and French lidding, also string sup port from, Bradford buyers, resulting in m improvement on the basis of values ruling last week for all the better types of wool. Comebacks and erossbreds ruled firm at late rates. Pitt-, son and Badgory, Ltd. GEEASY. D/DAISY HILL/NEW ENGLAND (Kentucky) aaaf 7 at 35V4d IE/URALLA/NEW/ENGLAND, aaa we 9 at 34-M TC/ASHGROVE/NEW ENGLD., w 9 at 34V6d, eh 6 at 32!4d GD/PLA1N VIEW /WELLINGROVE / NEW ENGLAND, f 8 at 33-Xd AAC/MT. BUCKLEY/NEW ENGD., ws 9 at 35d NEW ENGLAND/eW/-, wf 7 at 31d BWN/B/NEW ENGLAND (Kingstown), ewf 6 at 33%d WB/NEW ENGLAND, 1st com wo U at 34%d DS/NEW ENG., ew 5 at 32Vid OB/GBASSVALE/DUNDEE/NEW ENGLAND, a com ew 10 at 35%d JH/OAK/NEW ENGLAND, aaa ew 10 at 36%d TM/A/NEW ENGLAND...

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

| ?; ifefeic a sttoeTI U BS D A Q A I' D I ST R I CI 3 MJLE8 ? RAILWAY STATION and GCOI BCTHOOL. 2570 AORE3, FREEHOLD. Torrens Title Good, sound merino country. Safe district Free of rabbits. ? Permanently ; watered bj springs and creeks. Homestead. PBICE: £5. Terms : £1500 deposit; Beduction m price tor Cash. Por further particulars apply, WARDEN HAEEY GEAVE3, 10 Castle reagh-st., Sydney, N.S.W. Property buyers consult the above firm to their advantage. ~g^ AND S ALE. TUMUT ©ATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1924. Oa behalf of Dr. MASON, at Edward Wilkinson's Officos, at 3 o'clock. 'CLUNIE,' SITUATED 4 MILES FBOM TUMUT. ARV.A, 1542 ACHES, FEEEHOLD. Splendid sheep country. Thoroughly improved. Yellow box country. 6-roomed w.b. house. 'BOMBOWLEE.' SITUATED l'/j miles from TUMUT. Frontage to TUMUT EIVEE. 1REA, 450 ACEES FREEHOLD. In areas from 29% to 120 Acres, known as Dairy I Paddock, milking 84 cows, off which the return for 1922 was £1000. Includes ex cellent maize and straw crop lands. ?' Existi...

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

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

On the.. sale of your. Fat' 'Stock -? By taking advantage of the BENEFITS OUR- organisation offers Experienced Auctioneers Personal attention to ail business. Prompt Returns WIRE YOUR TRUCK' REQUIREMENTS . TO ' BADGERY BROTHERS LIMITED 10 Castlereagh Street SYDNEY ?

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