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Tick Restrictions QUEENSLAND'S REQUEST. WAS THERE TENTATIVE AGREEMENT? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

Tick Restrictions QUEENSLAND'S REQUEST. WAS THERE TENTATIVE AGREE MENT? Frpm the official report of the last meeting of the Queensland State Ad visory Meat Board, we clip the fol io wine-: — 'The chairman reported that, in company with Messrs. Snelling, Philp, and Parnell, he had waited on the chief inspector of stock of New South Wales', Mr. Max Henry, and had sought to have lifted some of the re strictions placed upon fat and store cattle crossing into New South Wales from Queensland. The details of the request made have already been published. Mr. Bell stated that he had every hope that the New South Wales department would agree upon the concessions, which Mr. Max Henry had agreed to tentatively.' We wonder what the Acting Chief Inspector of Stock for N.S.W. has to say to this? He knows, now, any way, that the stockowners of N.S.W. have protection through tfye Graziers' Association.

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Westralian Meat NO AMERICAN CONTROL. SALES ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

Westralian Meat NO AMERICAN CONTROL. SALES ABROAD. ?/J-l l U MH, The arriMt'^SP°'-Mlr: Thomson;'' of; Messrs. -SnSedf.fThomSoiri' and Co.-;' -with ? whom tli^Mjelllhg-'agency for Wyndham ' Meat 'Ctfmpany -to'-'be placed— the agency having been withheld on re ports that-felie-fifHi-w as associated with the American Beef1- Trust — -has revived the reports.! q£-. anoarrangement having been made. The Premier of Western Australia, stated on Friday that the agreement will not be signed until the Agent General is perfectly satisfied. Messrs. William Davis and Co., shareholders in Sheed, Thomson, and Co., are a purely Canadian firm, and they have no connection of any kind with the sale of American beef or any connection with any American meat company. The agreement, which has not been signed, contains a clause by which it can be cancelled if at any time it is found that William Davis and Co., of Canada, become connected with any. beef seller of America, and a certificate in writing to the A...

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LATE MR. FITZMAURICE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

LATE MR. FITZMAURICE. In connection with the estate of the late Mi-. John Fitzmaurice, of Killara, college principal, who died intestate in January last, letters of administration have been granted to the Public Trus teed The estate has been valued at £18,035.

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

JACKEROO AVAILABLE., A good type of young fellow, an ex student of Hawlcesbury Agricultural Colleg, wants a position as jackeroo. You will see his advertisement in to day's 'Journal.' His references are ex cellent and he should develop into a good man.

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Stockowners Must be Represented on the Meat Board [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

Stockowners Must be Represented on the Meat Board \7ETtY seen now, perhaps this week or next, Cabinet must announce the personnel of the new Metropolitan Meat Board. The supreme ques tion, from the country viewpoint, is: Where are the stockowners coming in? Cabinet must be reminded @£ this! As everybody knows now, the stockowners want Mr. J. B. Cramsie again as their representative. He has proved himself, and unquestion ably, from their point of view, he is the best man available. AI30 from the Government's and the taxpayers' point of view he is the best man. His services during the last five years have benefited greatly all sections. Because he has been a prime factor in bringing about efficiency, economy, progress. In the best interests of the industry as a whole, his services should be retained. Suppose, however, that the Government is not prepared to meet his conditions for re-appointment, what then? This paper thinks that his conditions should be met, but Cabinet, in its 'polit...

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

THE 'TWT' IOUBLE-PUTED EXERCISE SADDLE £4-7-6 (T M\\ QR £°/7/6 W,TH COUNTS. | I 'Vty Th's ^ddle is Tip-top value for the \\ I Aj / nioney. The Tree is plated top and \ / I J / bottom, along the waist, \»hich doubles I I / the life of tho saddle. It weighs about / / -f 'is., mounted with leather girfh, rr7TT I leathers, surcingle and stirrups, freight I I /I ? paid for cash with order, to any s&atsan I I H on N.S.W. railu/ays. If Write for our catalogue of gallery, JL Ij I 7 fRejli|df7)g Texas Cowboy outfits. (m id THE fly sheet YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED. This Fly Sheet is made of specially strong netting, light and cool. White, 22/8, P05t 1/- eap?i. - |lr W. POLO PLAYERS! Il W . . Writo for Polo Stick List m m and rules of ganae. ® WaSiher S Stevenson, LM./M ST'

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Composite Ministry ENDS IN VICTORIA Victorian Farmers' Resolutions [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

- CoasajsosM© Minister ? ? ? ? ? ? — * — ? ? '? ENDS IN VICTORIA Victorian Farmers' Resolutions The annual conference of the . Vic torian Farmers' Union, sitting at Ben digo, carried a resolution to the effect that the Victorian Composite Ministry must end with the present Parliament. Mr. Lawson, Premier; immediately handed in the resignation of the Ministry, which was accepted. Mr. Lawson did not consult the Country Party members of the Cabinet. « He acted off his own bat. Mr. Allan, Country Party Leader in Victoria, was greatly surprised at Mr. Lawson's action. Now Mr. Lawson will form a Nation alist Ministry. The Nationalists in the Victorian Parliament have not a clear ' majority, so the new Ministry will b« able to carry on only with the support oif the Country Party. Whether that support will be forthcoming, and, if so, for how long, nobody knows yet. ' . Possibly there will be an early dis solution. If there is, the elections will be bitterly contested by the' Nation alists a...

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Bendigo Fires a Shot that Rings Around Australia [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

Bendigo Fires a Shot that Rings Around Australia |D-ENDIGO is on the map again because of the annual conference of the ? Victorian Farmers' Union. Once it was gold that made Bendigo talked about, but just at present it is politics. Throughout Australia, the Bendieo political resolutions are being dis cussed, and the attitude towards them depends largely upon what political party you happen to be supporting. , It should be clearly understood that the Bendigo conference speaks only for, at most, the fanners of Victoria. It does not necessarily rep resent the opinion of farmers of any other State. Further, it does not necessarily represent the opinion of the graziers, even of Victoria. Undoubtedly, the Bendigo resolutions have to be taken seriously, because they come from a powerful organisation of primary producers. But their importance can be exaggerated. It has been known all along that a very considerable section of the farmers in Victoria looked unfavorably upon the Composite Mini...

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BAWRA FUNDS. CLERK COMMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

BAWRA FUNDS. CLElRK COMAI ITTED. .William George Austin (40), clerk, of Melbourne, was on Friday commit ted for- trial 'on a charge of having at tempted , to obtain from 'Bawra' cheques, to' the value of £5445/18/, and ^'aire., 'certificates .valued at £6960, by false pretences, with intent to defraud. It was alleged that Austin forged a letter, purporting to be from John Hamilton Kitchen, a shareholder of Bawra, together with Bawra scrip, disking that certain cheques drawn in favor of Kitchen be sent to the Com monwealth Bank, Collins Street, Mel bourne, in lieu of Kent Street, Sidney. Thia was done, and it was stated Austin called; at the bank for the scrip and cheques. It was noticed, however, that he was wearing a false moustache, . and the bank officials become suspicious and inquiries resulted in Austin's ar rest. He pleaded not guilty, . and re served his defence.

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A Tall Claim CAUSE OF PLANT DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 18 March 1924

A Tall Claim CAUSE OF PLANT DISEASES, r A cable from London to tihe 'Daily Telegraph' : — 'The 'Daily Express' states that a Scottish farmer named Ileoburn. as tlie result of many years' experiments, carried out at Bradfield Hall, Essex, with the help of a number of scientists, claims to have discovered the root cause of the chief plant dis eases, including bunt, smut in wheat, and. the chief diseases in vegetables; 'The secret lies Ln: the fact that rising sap is Nature's elixir, and is the 'sov ereign .remedy. Fumgu§ and insect pests attain the upper hand only' when j its ? iiow is. c-liecked. 'Hepburn worked out a scheme of shallow sowing in the sub-soil, and cul tivation by special implements, ensuring a steady flow of sap at the critical period of growth. Hepburn claims that the method increases yields by 20 to 100 per c-eut.' 0 INVESTIGATION. A later cable: — ' The 'Daily Ex press' agricultural editor has investi gated the Scottish farmer. Hepburn's claims to have discovered t...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES THIS WEEK'S PRICES DETAILS Following are the details of sales at auction since Monday (and privately) this week:— F. & C. C. C. I. A. Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

' SYDNEY '? WOOL ' SAPS THIS WEEK'S PRICES AND DETAILS Following are She details of sales at a action since Monday (and orivately) this' week: — : p. & C. C. 0. ». A. Co., Ltd. ; J' .... 1 — ? ? ?«* «- GREASY. DN/NBW7ENGLAND, ehw 9 at S2d ? WL/I^NEW ENGLAND (Bundarra), eh 6 at , HCE/MAADI/NEW ENGLAND (Bundarra), h 6 at 35Hd. o 5 at 35?id WJB/THE RESEBVE/NEW ENGLAND (Bun. darra), w-5 at 33vtd EF/E/NEW /ENGLAND, aaaw 8 at 35Wd TG/GLEN INNES, 'NEW ENGLAND, aa*uwl9 at 33%d, aaw 8 at 30 Via, lat p 7 at Z7Hd IED/WAKEFIELD, t 6 at 32d HGD/GLENHOPE/NEW ENGLAND, who 8 at M%a ' WE/MV/NEW ENG., aaae 20 at 32 '/.d, aac 10 at 3%d, aaap 6 at 25%d GLENENGLE/NBW/BNGLAND, w 6 at 31-4d, ow 5 at 31Hd, e 6 at 31d - DJ/NEW ENGLAND (.Tingha) weh 16 at 36%d W^NjEW EKGD. '(Gnyra), owh 12 at 33d, aaw 14 at 35%d ' WilcC/NEW ENGLAND (Wandsworth), mvr 7 «it 34%d, mo 6 at 33d JJH/WOODVILLE/NEW ENGLAND, ow 6 at 33%d ' . HK/A MOSVALE/NEW ENGLAND, w 9 at 32V6d : FP/NEW ENGLAND, fw fi at 24%d JAVS/NEW ENGLA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

[TRIgSli Foi Watering or H if Feeding Sheep, ? , - ; . H a- Cattle, Horses, Calves and Pi£s ALL SIZES AND ALL LENGTHS ALSTON'S Patent ' Steel throughout. Put together with 1,1 a wrenoh, no solder required. Cannot I' leak or pull apart, because the Alston . Patent Coupling makes a perfectly :- watertight joint without grooves to ?'.- fracture the galvanising while looking 1:T every seotion together as rigidly as a . i., ? bridge. . , The heavy Steel Anglo Frame and heavily Galvanised Steel Sheets used, together- with our patent coupling, ' are points which make the AI£TON TKOuGHING superior to all others, , ? Send for lllatlratod Uaflst. y£|j JAMB ALSTON & SOWS FTC. LTD. ;(ld QUEEN'S BRIDGE, MELBOURNE *jj| ? I? Bo it 'Now - And Sam Momey. | By sending us your . Fat Stock to sell. | By sending us particulars of your Stock and Property. i Our Splendid Organisation is the result of SO YEARS carefhl | j study of HOW- BEST TO SERVE OUR OUE^TS, '| 1 GIVE .US A TRIAL, Pj ' WILKIPSON...

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Homebush Market WHEN OVER-SUPPLY THREATENS. QUESTION OF REGULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

t* Homebush Market '/j WHEN OVEfS-SyppLV tmrcateks; QUESTION OF REGULATION, S v ? f—px-'g' ' ' ? :? * ???- ? ?* ; v Mr. F. B. S. Falkiner, of Ilnddon Rtg, 1 Warren, wrote the following letter to ' the Secretary of the Producers Asso ciations' Central Council : — 'On January lOtb last, a record num ber of owpers of sheep advised 40, ivx muc ws sale, alia . about tile * same number came forward. They re port the market .03 4/r $6 5/- lower, on ?-- ' ,v before B V' to 2/' ip the HWfcet 'On the 10th, In cattle, thero wntj also^a very largo number of' cattle fop. warded, about 4,050, O^o quality was generally satisfactory, and tlio' '.JflJl iii p acea wjs'iip to £2, lightweight cattlo ±1. Plain pnd medium cattle met \ViUi ):ery (1JU,11 Competition, with prices ugnia 4 decidedly lower. This wns on top of 0 Prev,ous 'MJrkefc of from 20/- to 30/% x think it can bo ^ said thnt the market was down (5/. i«r sheep, and about £3 to £3 pep head) for cattle, especially medium gpr^s. It would seem ...

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ELECTORATE CONFERENCES. MURRUMBIDGEE AND MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

ELECTORATE CONFERENCES. MURRUMBIDGEE AND MURRAY. The General Secretary of the Pro gressive Party of N.S.W. (Mr. J. J. Price), has made the necessary ar langements for electorate conferences ? to be held as follows:— Murrurabldgee ? conference at 2.30 p.m., on Wednesday, 26th Inst., in the Shire Hall; Wyalong «*uuay uuiiiwience r in tne jm.jF.A. and H. Rooms. Gurwood Street, Wagga, at 7 p.m. on. Friday, 28th March, Tn addition to the General Secretary 1 it is expected that Hon. A. E. Hunt! M.L.C. (Chairman of the Central Coun cil), Colonel iiruxner, M.L.A. (Leader of the Progressive Party In the State House), together w}th the' local mem bers, will attend. The conferences are Important, Inas much as the electorate councils will be reconstituted, and general organisation work transacted. All Brancheg of the Graziers' Association of N.S.W. and the F. and S. Association of N.S.W. in the electorates concerned are entitled to t representation at the conferences. Direct notice has been sen...

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A CHAMPION'S CALF. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

A CHAMPION'S CALF. Mr. Oharles T. Hindmarsh, 'of Alne bank, Gerrlngong, is the proud possessor of a fine heifer calf from his Friesian cow; Westmere Agnes, by Woodcresi Netherlahd Peitje Pontiac, whose dam Westmere Princess Peitje. has the won. derful record of , 9391b. of, butter fat and 24,199 lb. of milk as. a junior four year-old. The pedigreed youngster weighed 85 lb. at birth. i r ' ( -* ' \ j ** { ^

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FOUR MONTHS IN THE SADDLE. AN OLD MAN'S LONG RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

FOUR MONTHS IN THE SADDLE. AN OLD MAN'S LONG RIDE. An old man named John Vinee ar rived at Golden Square, Bendigo, Vic toria, Police Station, on. February 12 last, with two pack horses, and told, Senior-Constable Hevey that he had ridden overland from Cloncurry Queensland. Vlnce, who said his age was 80 years, had the appearance of having been turougn a trying trip. He told the con stable that he rode the horses alter nately, and that it was four months since- he started) on his long journey For short periods totalling about six Weeks in all, he had worked for dif ferent people along the route. His ob ject In coming to Victoria was to place before the Federal Government for their inspection samples of goldl-bearing ore, which he says he has in his po& session. He states that the Queens land Government refused to give him any encouragement to prospect the claim.,

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SIR GEORGE FULLER'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

SIR GEORGE PULLER'S DREAM. / I once had a sweet little scheme, dears, To land people right on the land ; And everyone said, 'What a dream, dears ' That scheme, is ever so grand I' There were six thousand farmers so hnlJ All marching in time to a band, Each one with a bag full of gold, dears, Which I'd given him to go on the land ! But, alas ! for that exquisite sc-heme, dears; John Taxpayer cried, ? Tis too much I' So it faded away like a dream, dears, And left me in tears in the. Iwrch — M. GUNN.

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Norman Smith in New Zealand LOWERS AUCKLAND-WELLING TON RECORD IN ESSEX. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

i 1 Norman Smith in New Zealand LOWERS AUCKLANDWELLING TON RECORD IN ESSEX. In motoring circles,, the fact that Norman Smith had taken his Essex Special to New Zealand for purposes of record-breaking, has been commonly known. Leaving Sydney on March 1st, he the bad luck to arrive in New Zea land at a time when terrible floods and storms were being experienced there. To his many interested friends this weather would, they thought, pre %'ent any record attempt for some time to come. ?The news that he broke the. Auck land to Wellington record (13/3/'24), comes as a great surprise therefore, and the fact that he dTove at times through fearful gales and rain squalls adds greatly to the merit af the per formance. Details of the run are as follows:' — Left Auckland at 5.15 a.m. and cover ed the distance of 482 miles in 13 hours 19 minutes, arriving at Wellington G.P.O. at 6.34 p.m., having lowered by 1 hour 22 minutes the' previous re cord of . 14 hours 32 minutes, which was made. : by a ....

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WOMEN'S COUNTRY PARTY MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

.fmmms' COUNTRY PARTY . ^ . . .'.'V ? . 1 ? MEETING OF TH£ EXECUTIVE. (By M. Gunn). The second. Thursday, of each month is the usual meeting' day of the Execu tive of the Women's Country. Party, at ,7 O'Connell-street.'! Last Thursday; Mrs. A. E. Hunt presided, in the absence of Mrs. Earle Page, ever a well-attended meeting, when a fairly heavy agenda paper was dealt with: Apologies for absence were received frrtm Mrc .' PntTft 'PpMi'^Ant. nf W.C.P. and from Mrs. Stephen Layer and Mrs. ' Hazlett, Vice-Presidents. Mrs. Shiddy, from Boggabri, was pre sent, and took an active part in the discussion. , . The Hon. Secretary announced that Mrs. Bruxiier, wife of the leader of the Progressive Party, had accepted a place on the Executive. The party is to bo congratulated upon this addition to their strength. After the Hon. Treasurer's report was passed, she asked that collectors, meeting in Sydney, should bring in their books and amounts collected at each meeting, so that she might know the...

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GOSSIP FOSSIL FUEL [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

,-S ir -? 5 li I? ' ' FOSSIL FUEL | t —y (By ' Gossip .') ? : ? DEAR L ? , . , ' ?/.' When your letter and tbo fossils came ! sm^e^i the fossils zo caJled my early geological days. I as BuniOi from your letter, that you fancy tiiere, is - a mineral possibility in the rocks, and there may be, but I'm afraid not, for the rocks you sent me may be '™s uiijvTUBitj. une or tne pieces nas a lovely fern marked on it. suggestive of a, coai forest, and the sight of that mass-like marking 'recalled my joy over a similar discovery. But it isn't a .vegetable . marking at all ; it is amin eral that has filtered into a crack of a smooth, compact rock, and has made those iern-like mailings. j The- mineral may be oxide of manga nese, or oxide of. ? iron, for either of them have that peculiar trick of mak ing what looks fike fern markings on the rocks. It is called a dendrite, but I suppose the names don't mean any more to you than they dy to me! But it comes from the Greek word dendron, signifying a...

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