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DISTRICT FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

DISTBIOT FOBEOASTS. The following forecasts of the State Meteorologist (Mr. D. J. Mares) arc speci ally given for 'Stock Journal' readers, and, while they are as nearly correct as is po9 sible, it should bj understood that they are only given aa an approximate idea ot tho weather that may reasonably bo ei-yot .pected within the next few days. N OBTH-W ESTER, N QUARTER : Mostly „ fine, except for the Eastern portion -where there should be some unsettled weatier ?with sundry rain. ^ S0UTH-WE8TEBN QUARTER: Meetly fine. N..E. and S..E. QUARTERS : Unsettled with fairly extensive rain and thunder with some good falls. u ... -j. 'My ilmctfs birthday is next Sator- w day, and I want to give him a sur prise.' 'Wiiy not tell him your right age?'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THE FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

THE FORECAST. , 'Present indications are for an exten lion of the unsettled conditions during tho loxt few days,' continued Mr. Mares, 'over videspread areas of the Eastern States, iffecting New South Wales, but the result ing rain should be mostly confined in our State to the North, Nerth-Eaet, and coafetal areas of New South Wales. Temperatures should be mostly moderate, owing to tho E. to S-E. winds, which Bhould prevail on parts of the const.'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

I Please tell the Advertiser you saw it in j :: 'The Stock and Station Journal.' ::

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

FENCING WIRE ton. ) No. 8 Galvanised ? £19/7/6 Jr No' 10 ?- ? £20/7/6 a No- 12 » ? £21/16/6 No. 12£, Calvd., High Tensile, £23// No. 12 Calvd., Iowa Barb ..£27/5/- 1 No- 14 -- ii ,, £28/10/ No. 12 J, Calvd., Waukogan Barb, No. 8, Black Wire ? £28/10/^ ^ No- 10 ii ii' ? £18// W. A. Smellie & Co., 1 Hamilton Street, Sydnoy.

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AT A GLANCE. NEW SOUTH WALKS STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

AT A GLANCE. NEW SOUTH WALES STATISTICS... Period: Four days ended at 9 a.m. an Monday. Highest Temperatures recorded: 105 de grees at Tibooburra, White Cliffs and Men indie during the week-end. ?Lowest Temparature recorded: 3fi degree® at Kosciusko during Thursday night. iiigneBt ±*oint reacned Dy barometer at 9 a.m.: 30.22 inches at Jervis Bay on Satur day. Lowest Point recorded by barometer at 9 a.m. : 29.82 inches at Forbes, Albury and Armidale o-n Monday. Heaviest tall of rain during 24 hours: 182 points at Coff's Harbour daring the week end.

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TROPICAL RAINS Extensive Coastal Rains Expected [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

TROPICAL RAINS Extensive Coasted Rains Expected 'About Friday last tropical influences were gradually becoming more persistent than hitherto,' said Mr. D. J. Maree, N.S. Wales State Meteorologist, to a 'Stock Journal' representative on Monday after noon. 'IhirinE the week-end a Southern uureo resulted in two cyclonic centres beiiie formed, ono between Norfolk and Lord Howo Islands, and the other near Port Darwin, tropical influence covering prac tically two-thirds ot the Continent.. ? ? 'Although a g-ood deal of sultry atmos pheric conditions had been experienced since Friday last, tho rain was mostly confined to the Northern Territory, North ern Queensland, and tho Eastern and South ern areas of New South Wales 'Ucht to heavy rain, with thunder, wan rocorded over the greater part of the area, although mostly of a light nature over tho Biverina. Heavy falls occurred on the North Coast and rain wae general along the coast. 'The temperatures ou Friday were warm to hot; on Saturday it ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

THE RAIN. The following was the total rainfall re oorded in the State during the four days onded at 9 a.m. on Monday:— Western: Wilciuiuia 3, Nymagec 3, Mount Hope 10 points. N.JW. Plains : Narrabri, 11 points. ? C-W. Plains: Ungario, 2 points. Itiverina: Cargellico 6, Hillston 4, Booli gal 1, Hay 4, Carrathool 25,' Darlington Pt. 10, Ardlethan 1, Bareilan 15, Lc-eton 8, Vhitton 28, Narrandera 15, Orong Grong 10, Coolamon 1, Jerildorie 24, Berrigan 27, Tooumwal 1, Urana 28, The Bock 5, Henty 26. Culcairn 2, Lockhnrt 19 points, 8..W. Slopes: W. Wyalong 8, Barmedman 14, Morangaroll 18, Oootaniundra 2, Gun dagai 11, Adelong 3, Tumbarumba 23 points. N. Tablelands: Tabulain 40, Emmavillo 59, Deepwater 11, Inverell 52, Glen Innes 19. Guyra 25, Armidale 50, Uralla 5, Waicha 20 points. 0. Tablelands: Lithgow 4, Mt, Victoria 19, Blaokheath 48, Katoomba 14, Lawson 52, Springwood 24, Kurrajong 53, Taralga 7 points. S. Tablelands: Bombala % Delegate 50 points. North Coast: Tweed Heads 67, Mullu...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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WEATHER REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

WEATHER REPORTS. The following Information is compiled from the weather bulletins issued by the Weather Bureau each morning. In the 'barometer' columns will be found the reading corrected and brought down to sea-level of the barometers at that station at 9 a.m'. on the mornings named. The 'thermometer' is the reading of the dry bulb thermometer taken at the same time, while 'weather' is the weather observed at that time. The 'wind' column shows the direction of the wind and its strength at 9 a.m. on the last day of the period. The final column shows the height and movement either of the river at that particular town, or the state of the sea when tho station is on the sea coast, for the last day of the period. || Barometer. | ^Thermometer. J Weather. |Wlnd.|* River. Station. || Fri. | Sat. . | Mon. | Fri. Sat.|Mon| F. | S. | M. | Mon. | Mon. 'Wilcannta ..|| 29.9€ | 29.91 | — | 74 82 71 F ~F C I SE'.l. ? | 11.7R Wentyorth ..II 30.05 29.92 29.93 70 80 61 F F F S.m. J 6.11 Bourke ? || 3...

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SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

SUN AND MOON. ? ? ? SUN. MOON. Rises. Sets. Bises. Sets. Day of Week. a.m. p.m. a.m.' a.m. Tues. 2£ch. 4 ... 5.45 ... 6.29 ... 4.0 ... 5.37 Wed., Mch 5 ... 5.46 ... 6.28 ... 5.1 ... 6.16 Thur., Hch. 6 ... 5.47 ... 6.27 ... 6,0 ... 6.50 Fri., Mch. 7 ... 5.47 ... 6.25 ... 6.57 ... 7.25 Bat., Mch. 8 ... 5.48 ... 6.24 ... 7.54 ... 7.59 Sun., Mch. 9 ... 5.49 ... 6.23 ... 8.49 ... 8.31 Mon., Mch. 10 ... 5.50 ... 6.21 ... 9.44 ... 9.6 New Hood, Marcfe 6, at 1 : 58 a.m. Full Moon, March 21, at 2.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 4 March 1924

? IHlEiiDEKSOK!'® WHIPS . are THE BEST They Look better, Fall better, Wear better. T, HENDERSON AND SONS, WHIPf/JAKERS, 313 George Str est, Sydney. , ; D© Mark's Fly-Blow Dressing ? A drum of this standard preparation III II Biffe H H W! fri I B Ord^o^om your merchant, c fyl 1 V li iLP direCpEr°MERlC, LTD., Sydney. ? Cq3 ' 'i\t {L, aft 5© p@ar cesat. fesSow LQ2 TO C3C3S S?Ca C2-s-o UW1 STOCK IKfSIRAHCS ON STOCK OF -EVERY DESCRIPTION. AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CADSE AND ACCIDENT. TIME RISKS FOR ANY PERIOD UP TO TWELVE MONTHS. MARINE TRANSIT, FOALING, CASTRATION RISKS ? ARE ALSO COVERED. POLICY CONDITIONS AND PREMIUM BEST AVAILABLE. Full particulars available from — AND COMPANY, LTD., 1? 1 ^11*^ (Near Cattle Ring), J^ILgvyj Ik? fl i£i Or 15 BENT ST., SYDNEY. „ AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY No ono can afford to be without Insurance protection. INSURE WITH The reoix A8St!!J«E Go., Ltd. ^ Total Assets, £30,000,000. Claims Paid, £176,000,000. FIBE, MARINE, LIVESTOCK, MOTOE CAR. PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND...

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The Progressive Party CENTRAL COUNCIL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

The Progressive Party CENTRAL' COUNCIL. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Central t'10 Progressive Party of N.b.W. was held at No. 7 O'Connell Street, Sydney on the 28th February. The Hon. A. E. Hunt, M.L.C.' (chair man) j presided over a good attendance of Councillors. . The Financial Statement and Gene ral Secretary's Report for the period onrrnrl ?ll ef nannt»kA.. 1 nno J ? ? 4-cwcuiuci, was, pre sented and adopted. The report dealt with the establish ment. of the Women's Country Party, the readmission of the metropolitan area to representation on the Central Council, the ' acquisition of new pre mises in Bligh Street and general or ganisation. Information from country electorates where _ the local electorate councils were in course of formation showed a most encouraging state of affairs. Activity is being shown in every elec torate, and the President and General Secretary are endeavoring to attend all the conferences convened to reconsti tute the _ electorate councils un...

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Australian Meat Council WORK AND AIMS Why Stockowners Should Support It [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

AnsteJLka Meal Gomel , ' WORK AND AIMS ? ? ?? N :-f.T Why Stockowners Should Support It Mr. J. B. Cramsie, Chairman of the Australian Meat Council, addressed a meeting, of graziers at Singleton, on Friday night, explaining tlie work and aims 6f the new organisation in the meat trade. He also-: inferred- to the good work done by the State Govern ment at Homebush Bay Abattoirs. In opening his address, Mr. Cramsie nrsL spoKe. or tiifc urcai wnuiuionu uiiu stated that the Government were to be congratulated on the very fine set of works at Homebush Bay, which were provided by them, to give facilities for any operators who wished to embark in tiie meat trade. ADVANTAGES. The present Board had been five years in existence, and had done their very best to correct mistakes which had been made in the earlier Btages, and to provide a most efficient and economical unit for the purpose of dealing with not only all meat for local consumption but that for export, and the facilities were open ther...

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SHEEP NUMBERS ARE DOWN, AND WHY [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

1 SHEEP NUMBERS ARE OOWN, =AN0 I '?; ' - WHY - ? . ' - According to 'tie latest official statis tics, there were about ££00,000 fewer sheep in New South Wales on June 30 tli last compared wiM» thd previous year. T9j1s decreasa,in numbers will not surprise anybody In touch with the industry. Drought is, of course, mainly responsible. . On June 30th last there were 34.802. 747. sheep in the State. To-day, per haps, there are not more than 83 mil lion ESieep. In fact, some authorities believe that the numbers are djown to 32 million. It has to be remembered tMt the drought was at its worst from June 30th on t& the end of the year.- Large numbers of sheep were drought-driven to the butcher, there were drought losses in sheep, and the spring lamb ing, with the exception of the south, was more or less _d failure. ?, . Probably for the last six months of the year, one hundred thousand sheep a week 'were slaughtered, making a total of, say, 2J million. Possibly the deaths from droug...

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Stock and Taxation SECTION IN QUESTION. INTERPRETATIONS VARY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Stock and Taxation SECTION IN QUESTION. , INTERPRETATIONS VARY. The Graziers' Association of N.S.W. has obtained . t!he following _opinion from Messrs. Kay and Powell, Taxa tion Advisers, on a' point of consider able interest to stockowners: — I have perused with considerable in terest the report of the Taxation ? Sub uppumweu uy iuc u Graziers' Association of Queensland, which accompanied your letter of 21st instant.. The course record fnended by the Com mittee for Woolgrowers, is : — 'That market value be adopted for the opening and closing stockV— natural increase beinz brought into account at the close of the year at a comparatively low value — the lowest for a man who is building up a flock, but a higher value for the man who has in mind an early realisation sale, or who is already established.' THE SECTION. Section 16 (a) (ii) of the Act, wljich avers the recommendation prescribes value' as being: — (ii) ' in the case of live stock (not being live - stock' used as beasts of bu...

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SINGLETON STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

SINGLETON STOCK OALES. Grainger and Falklner, Ltd., report that , the yarding of fat cattle on Wednesday . last was again a heavy one, made up principally of cows, heifers . and steera with very few bullocks forward. Com petition was fairly active and values slightly below last week. We sold bul locks to £10, steers to £8/16/-, cows -to £7/14/-, heifers to £7/8/-, voalero to £4/11/-. . „ „ ' Store Cattle. — The yarding was not quite as heavy as of late, mado up almost . wholly of females, with a few pens , of decent quality lljjht bullocks and mixed young cattle. There was a good attend ance of buyers, who competed .very actively for forward condition cows and , ? steers, and bullocks, at values slightly In nrivnnr-n nt Into ratpfl. with mixed yOUni? :attle a' little lower. Bullocks made to £6/3/6, steers to £3/19/-, store cows to £3/9/6, hblfers to £3/4/-, calves to 30/-. . Springers.— A fairly heavy yarding, tho majority plain sorts. Tho demand was 'airly active for good quality, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

(kddshirough, Mort & ..-Company, Ltd. Having acquired tl i© Business of HAl^R.ISON? JONES & DEVLIN, LTOo NOW SELL , FAT STOCK AT FLEMINGTON. Splendid paddock accom- || modation; and all consignments handled by qualified experts. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. Telegraph Address GOLDSBROUGH, MORT, SYDNEY 9 9 ? . ' ' ' *

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WAGGA STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

WAGGA STOCK MAEKETS. DALGETY and COMPANY, LIMITED, Auo. lionecrs, Wagga. report, at the fortnightly aales on -Thursday, Fob. 128, a yarding of 1100 fat sheep, ? 8100 store sheep, about 300 bead of fat cattle, and 150 etore cattlo. Tho quality of the yarding was well above the a.verage, this more particularly applied to store sheep, there being some very fine pens forward i 1 . There was a very largo attendance of buy. ora, principally from the surrounding dis tricts, there also being a ? number- from Victoria. Competition was exceedingly keen for all lots, and the market was jery animated right to the closing sales, quite a number of buyers', wants not . being eatis fled,' and had tho yarding-been twice, the size, they would have found ready pur chaser o. ' The numbers of pens of prime sheep wero limited, and the demand being very keen from local butchers values can be -quoted quite- 3s above -last day's sale, m The same applies to the store sheep, -the market being from 2s , to 3s ...

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GOSSIP Ancient Australian Beasts CHAP. III. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

TgossTFTT] Y j Ancient Australian Beasts j — — : ? ? (By 'Gossip.') ? — ? ' ''' CHAP. III. T HI2RJS was a cablegram la the . papers the' other . day, from New ?York, tliat interested itto a great deal. Two young men in Pawtucket felt tie sinell of gas, and vvent .looking for the leak— with a lighted candle— and the usual Uiing happened: an explosion oc curred, and fifteen people were killed'. That seta even a stupid man to think ius, aoe3n-c it/ we nave had gas for, say, a liundred years, and you would think that its explosive qualities were fairly well known, but the stupidity of the human race Is almost incredible. If those two young' Americans had been Chinese, or Arabs, or savages, you could have understood it, but — Paw- tucket takes the cake ! Professor Os borne says the brain capacity of the human race 'has not greatly improved since the Stone Age,' and I'm in clined to agree with him. The human race is awfully stupid, and when you think of the recent war, witib all its horro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

Printed and published . by WU^LTAM ?RROOK9 17 Castlereash St., -Sydney, fm- the STOCK JOURNAL' NEWS - ' PAPER- COMPANY. LTD.,' at thel' , v Offices, 17 Castlerea0h _^.^sy^ney, li» tbe State of ' New, fiouth Wales.

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LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 7 March 1924

LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE The 'Stock Journal' Branch of the League of the Empire arranges for correspond ence between members here and members In any part of Great and Greater Britain. Membere of the same age, and- like tactes and attainments are con nected. Members write to ono another regularly, and may exchange postcards, stamps, nature study specimens, etc. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION: Under16 years, 6d; over 16, 1/-. PERHAPS IT IS THE WEATHER. Dear 'Planets, 'i — It's ages 'since I have written to the League, but really it has been so frightfully not. Just imagine 1924 ! The years are passing swiftly, aren't they? .It ia so very hot here and no sign of rain. We did have a little on New Year's day, but it wasn't much, and has not visited us sinoe. I haven't had any letters from my corries. for a long time. I suppose ' the holidays have been too much for them. The other day I was feeling 'just anyhow,' when suddenly I felt someone ?ut some greasy stuff all over my face, 'he said stuff turned ...

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