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

T udoir Batteries ? ' FOR COUNTRY HOUSE LIGHTING ' When you buy . n house lighting sot insist that the BATTERIES be TUOOR^' and so make euro that you obtain tho best possible BATTERY . SERVICE. ; TUDOR BATTERIES ARE. MADE IN ENGLAND. ' 1MB TUTOR ACCUM0IATOR £©., Ltd. (Loadom) - - Colv/dUa Charabcra, Cos'lcrcagb St^ SYDNEY. , fay k selected mmm of 1 EMUS!. ABKGT lESSMISlSE mtyjin [iii'ini'iTii iji ~m fi iiiYnTi iii r 1.1A 'l'-^grflHrwt,'niiliiV'iiti-iiitifiiiiwi-it«i'r 'liiwiiiiimiiiifai wiiii i\ii'r^wwi » m u wu» nit '«? - . | Below- we as© Q&tFixig xt&sssaary Winter lines of tha Higii&sfc Quali ty, sild acaasrt) readers of the 'Stock I ; JoairnaP* '- that every Kao quoted is specially selected to give our Mail Order Shoppers every satisfac tion 'wita our usual Guasaates, if not satisfactory money refunded. iBia of English-made Goods for Australian People at Astonishingly Low Prices, with a Guarantee of jj S&SMss&oa as your Mteosy Back. Carria...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE WHAT'S HAPPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE WHAT'S HAPPENED. Dear 'Planets,' — Well, it is nearly . .on 12 months since I last wrote. My ^brother made me laugh the other day when he said we were annual workers, and when 1 come to think of it, we are. We were repairing fences, and it was just 12 months since we did the last repairs. Some things do hap pen .thafc way. Last Sunday wo went to a cricket picnic. ! The town was playing the country. The day started nice and fine, but it ended with an awful dust storm. The match wa-s finished in the Btorm and the town won by an innings and 12 runs. After the storm passed . over, we could see a big bank of clouds in the West. They were working over towards us. and about 3 o'clock on Monday, down it came and we got 80 points. The country about here is looking nice now, and there is a fair amount of water in the tanks. It is nearly time we had a change. We had about two fair years out of three, so surely we will get a pun of good seasons after this. There has been a ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Rolls and Mr. Royce HALL-MARKED NAME. HOW IT HAPPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Mr. Rolls and Mr. Royce ? * ? HALL-MARKED NAME. SOW IT HAPPENED. The late Hon. Charles Rolls, who was born in 1877, said of himself, 'I set about trying to break my neck about as soon as I could walk.' He was the youngest son of Lord Llangattock, and, while still a child, scandalised that ? gentleman (who was returning uum VIJUJVIJ ? ing a steam-roller round trh^ estate. 'They came upon me driving this pon derous vehicle, black and oily of face but supremely happy 1' THE BEGINNINGS. Before 1898; he had practical experi ence of motoring in Fran-oe, and later drove from London to Cambridge in eleven and three-quarter hours. In 1902 (writes that very readable weekly, 'John, o' London' ) he took his M.A., and set up in business. Messrs. C. S. Rolls and Co. gave advice to people who demanded it, apd dealt in a small way in foreign cars. Two years later, Rolls was) introduced to a Mt: F. Henry Royce, who had built a small two-cylinder car at the electrical works of Royce, Ltd., of Manches...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOTS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

L0T8 WANTED. Dear 'Planets.' — For a long time I have been reading and greatly en joying the letters of Leaguers. 'Aquili- gia's' letter made me decide to join your happy family. As she belongs to the teacher trade the same as myself, I thought we might find something in common. The 'Stock Journal' Branch of the League of the Empl*o arranges for correspond ence between members here and members In any pirt «' Great and Greater Britain. Members of the same age, and like tastes and attainments are con nected. Members' write to one another regularly, and may cxchango postcards, stamps, nature study specimens, etc. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION: Under 16 years, 6d; over 16, 1/-. I would like a lot of correspondents, as I have often felt envious of those who have many corries. Reading, sewing and music are my favorite pas times. I never seem to grow tired of any. 1 also have a camera, post card size, but haven't had much luck lately with snaps. They are generally too dark. My favorite authors are S...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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The MOTOR IN THE COUNTRY DISCORDS OF THE CAR Curing Elusive Squeaks and Rattles [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

[?] ' MOTOR MAN ',=== DISCORDS OF THE CAR ? :St ? s ? Curing Elusive Squeaks and Rattles A SQUEAK la an urgent demand -cL ? for o3, whilo a ratal o is a plea for oil vthai tan. gone unheeded. A ; ...hsaa-'is -o- ...'fast rattld, the individual boaia -coming' so ? frequently that : a musical strand is produced. : ; To ,bo sqtg, some rattles and some *hmns are produced by . legitimate wear, bot. nasst of them are wholly or largely caussa t-y ®agp©oo or oiung. !vTha- immediate- cause of a' squeak ia a .high-pitched vibration ? between two surfaces in rubbing contact. Na taralSy, tbo. number of places around a- car thai aro likely to fulfil this ocsadittaa ' are unlimited. A squeak iaay.oerar ^sSrctasb anywhere and this is what makes - it so hard -to locate. Tharo ia no telling jus£ exactly where it is.' But, remember, if a squeak osanot bo found 'by sense of hearing, ' it, eaa be located 'by sens© of touch. VifcrE&joa at tho point of rubbing con tact will give it away. 1 1 Some...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NEW LEAGUER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

A NEW LEAGUER. Dear 'Planets,'-— After many months thinking 'about it, I have at last de cided to write to the Leaigue. 1 simply love reading the League let ters. There is* always a race be tween my sister, 'Nelia,' and I, as to who will get the 'Journal'* first. -r- , 1 ? 1 1 1 0 ? il. ? ,1 1 tnmK --oiHiuirem own jjuo- ter' write bcoaza letters. 'Nelia' writes to ',l)iana o' Dreams,' 'Sweet William,' 'Laughing Water,' and another girl from Canada. I like 'Diana o' Dreams' ' letters. I am an ardent lover of books, and am' particularly fond of Ethel Dell' 3, although I know they are not consi dered literature. I am not very keen on Zane Grey. I liked the first few I read: 'The Light of Western Stars,' 'Desert Gold,'- and 'The Desert of Wheat.' But I did not care for ' Wildfire.' Mary Grant Bruce is my favourite author. Her Biliabong series are great, and I have read them all except 'Wally Marries North,' Looking out through the window at which I am writing, I can see some fun. Father...

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

fWiio'-' Buys Timber ' ] Trial order will provo tho advantages , j ' V® °2br in aervioaa and qualrSy. | VasiiferfieM & Kesci Ltd. ? '''Prompt and Reliable Timber Merchant© — — 1 J Wo havo on hand full atooks of all building tirobaro. - I LEtCHHARDT STREET, GLEBE (Send for Fries List and, EetimeSsgj | 'Phones t MW26Q1— 4 //nee. v II H©re soM annually m Jkisiraliaj A. B. McBoaald & Co. 1 Ilia! EHf oHl@r Hlk 260-2 Kent Street, , _ ^ Sydney. , l'oh, 8UPeriorIty is Incontestable. It la Vif* coo fiQA Inevitable recognition of 'BomctlHng ? ? ,VIC. 632-o3'+ Bourke tetter which has been produced bv ovap ; Street, MELBOURNE. 0 yours intensive specialising; No eie^ S.A. 145 Weymouth jnnr a™ oh Imperial Street, ADELAIDE. . -aoUo?izes^ ' VVorks: Richmond, - '^es- Sold direct by the reakore wltb a Victoria. . noaey-back guarantee. and^ Testimon^s. 9 Termo arranged. « -V PREPARING FOR SI©*! ? yjUllMJUL.'i'l'WBBlBUmw*! W.1Wf 'W '^nmn.iiiMim ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 | ? j To obtain that per...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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FARM FACTORS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

[?] ( Conducted by ROBERT KALESKI) , Correspondence is invited. All questions on agriculture, mill be anmered in these columns. Address: Mr. Robert Kaleski, {j^ 'Stoch and Station Journal,' 17 Castlereagh-st, Sydney Organised Farm Production and Marketing A MEETING of the Council of the N.S.W. Chamber of Agriculture was heM recently to confer -with the New Settlers' League on the question of the standardisation of primary pro ducts and organised marketing of the same. Tile Hon. B. J. Black presided, in tbe unavoidable absence of Sir Joseph CarrUtherB, and the New Settlers' Lea gue was represented by Dr. Mary Booth and Messrs. B. J. Grogan and J. Angrove (Quean bey an). The New Settlers' League some time ago adopt ed a resolution that co-operative 'socie ties be encquraged' to classify, grade, and standardise all products for the market, and asked the Chamber of ; Agriculture to confer with it on the subject. This meeting was the out come of it. ,Mr. Angrove dealt with the question f...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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CAN'T BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

CAN'T BE DONE. j The kind of work we need to have done in human engineering may be illustrated by the problem presented by 'speeding up.' The mechanical engineer knows that something will happen if he tries to run a grindstone or an iron rim as many revolutions per second as he can run a high-grade steel flywheel, but . our self-constituted engineers in general to mankind in tlie large are hugging and preaching die delusion that back ward races and slum populations can be speeded up to any velocity if they are given a few turns of the educational lathe, sandpapered and geared up to the peoples that have been tempered in the fires of adversity and rolled in the mills of destiny for ten thousand years. It can't be done. — Franklin H. Glddings, Columbia University Profes- i sor of Sociology. f«

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

lllTlflON^'' ? ? ' j PROWS ' M00KI ' SUCCESS I 1 The very fact that other Salt Lick makers are altering their grades i ami styles of Lechs to copy the 'B^ooki' Licks is the best proof pos- | n sible to get of tho success of the different 'Mooid' Salt Lick rsIxt | f tures. Ij Many people thought that it was simply a oase of getting ssmo | ; Salt mixed with Suipter, Molasses, Epsom Salts etc., and tfeey had 1 'The same Lick' as 'Eflooki.' |. ? Tho difference in tho results and the sales, however, havo very 1 i effectively shown thsra that 'Mooki' stands absolutely on its omi. ' I The 'Mooki' Licks ht w?e not been ottered in any way at aU during, | tlie past 5 yeor«, stiU tlie tame qualities and ingredients are being used i i now -w r- years ago. Wonderful results of 5 years ago are being borne | out at the present time. For instance: In 1919, F. MoHaster of ' D,ii - t I keiih,' C'assilis, got 85 per cent, general Lambing from Scrub-fed Ewes, | and last Season (1923), Clifton Bros., of...

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

i A CORRECTION | t : E ? | The prices appearing in the 'LISTER' Engine advertisement on j | page 12 are only for Petrol Engines. Prices for Kerosene Engines may j jj be had on application to f . j MNGAR, GEDYE & CO. LTD Youag Street, SYDNEY jj j NO MORE RABBITS 'Tt' vyp 1 ' IP I I * trenchs latent FUMIGAT0RS - without spring cart. Write for Particulars to T. H, MICKS LTD. s: MASCOT, SYDNEY

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

; 1 SYDNEY WOOL SALES (1923-24) . ' ? .... | ^ ss- j-yg Uppco.i 'co ™ . ? m ? j- tale,. I WU | I I I *»''? I Bai??,9 ' 4231 1 92S 8397 '| 42143 ? - Sent 17 - 19 3U300 9927 US30 | 30oo .834 1092 M6U 3157 2130 5455 | 40910 11 % I Oct 2 - 9 42000 7995 3531 3/o2 442o 1191 ol g , ^ 2641 1496 5313 | 41700 I £ \ Oct 10 - 17 42000 GO'S- 1 4301 3b30 _31- oWM 1361 5026 ( 337(J0 fe 1 0,' 18 - 24 34000 4657 )£- ^924 34,, 3442 1751 5653 | 42948 I I Q No°V 13 - 20 41567 6168 4197 1439 ^ 4395 4324 4708 5083 2977 20-4 6^66 42131 I f s ss as ss «« ?«« 6830 3911 9015 62865 1 ? 1924 ' I OOA1 ' RdQ7-\ ?'5988 5455 ' 3536 8839 53847 1 ^ q ? Tan 7 - 16 48300 6703 5099 1484 3301 0945 649, 5759 3108' 8218 54543 1 S ?n' Jan 17 - 30 51700 5891 3795 19, o 5990 - 720 6 68 | ^ -534.7 41746 ! \i S-U) « mi li I il , Pit S SS ! 27.51 s S'\ s ? ? IU ? ? ? 11 ? ? ' ? ? l,m- ' ' ? ? ? IIBIIIIW Willi— _ _ ; _ - . ? ? ? ,n ? . . Send FAT CATTLE, SHEEP, . The Week at Homebush PIG5 ai^d CALVE5 t has witnessed fluctuations...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

You havo probably seen in your experience the. havoc THE DISHONEST EXECUTOEl Basl isssia fei , men's Estates. We often see it for we are frequently called in when tho trouble in dona to gat&er up Uso remains. It is impossible for this embarassment' to aneo with ? , THE, UNION TRUSTEE CO. one of the oldest establish©! and largest . Truateo Companies in Aosihilta. . . ' Note name, and addross is: No. 15 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, and at MolbsuflM and liMWi ? ^ ? . RABBIT DESTRUCTION Carbon Bi-Sulph. — 601 b. Drums, 55/- each. .» Calcium Cyanide. — 51b. tins, 8/6 oa.; 101b. tins, 16/- ea.; 251b, tinsf 35/- ea. », , Quince Jam. — , 5ib. tins, 30/10 dos. . . ^ Rabbit Traps. — ? Griffiths' I.X.L., 25/- doz.; Lan e's ? Patent, 30/- doz. , ^ 'R.I.P.' Phosphorus Poison, 21b. tins, 3 2/6 doz. V.v Phosphorus (Stick) 10 lb. tins, 4/1 lb.; 5!b. tins, 4/8 lb. F. W. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD., 41 Hunter St., SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

LONDON WOOL SALES. Goldsbrough, Mort and Cq., Ltd., are in receipt of the following cablegram from their London office, dated 18th inst: — 'Wool sales opened to-day with large attendance of buyers and good competition, compared with the clos ing rates of last series, merinos show an advance of from par to 5 per cent Fine crossbred an advance of 7J per cent.; medium to coarse, an advance of 10 to 15 per cent.' Dalgety & Company, Limited, Is in receipt of the following cable from its London office, under djate of 18tih in stant : — 'The sales opened with a large at tendance of buyers and animated com petition. There is an average selection of wool available; and a good demand for wools of good length from Conti- ' nental and English buyers. As compared with last series' clos- ' j ing rates, merino wools are unchanged', m greasy crossbred of fine quality 5 per j cent, higher, greasy crossbred of me- I dium quality 5 to 10 per cent, higher, greasy crossbred of coarse quality 10 ...

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

Tihe Royal SSnow and The Empire E^Mfelftibst Hundreds of Australians are visiting The EMPIRE EXHIBITION — those who are not so fortunate can, however, see The ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW — which affords an opportunity to view THE LATEST in PASTORAL and AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, with Great Displays in the MANUFACTURING ARTS. Take Advantage when visiting Sydney during Easter Time to call at PITT, SON & BADGERTS (LIMITED) Offices, Pastoral Exchange, O'Connell Street, Sydney, ai.«l have your CORRESPONDENCE addressed there. SHOW GROUND OFFICE ON GROUND FLOOR OF NEW MEMBERS' STAND. itHw«MHinHiiiiHM»»»MWMtwlll-ll'llllll-ftllwBmilllll'l''t*'lllwl'ww'tl'IM1-lt8WI*''»»»»H*tn«ii-n»nm«niimnimmni«M»i«nniMn«iniiimmmwmiMnnn»nin»m igiiwwwwwwiMHwuiiiBieMmntmwiimmMMMiiniiiMgm I Y SHEEP ; j | | DALCETY AND CO., LTD.f Miller's Point, Sydney. 1 CONSIGN YOUR FAT STOCK TO ' ! ''' WILLIAM INGLES & SOW, LTD. Flemington Sales of Sheep and Cattle Conducted by ' Mr Ernest Inglis, who Also ...

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

| Boiled D&wn j *-MMimi-iiin-ir rifiiiwnmrmwiiw ''-tii m -'«*«— ?MTnf't \ The Prince of Wales had another fall from his steeplechaser. Like the Mark, he seems to have the falling habit. At £he rate lie is going, the Prince of Wales will find falling off as natural as sticking on, if not quite as good. The cables mention that the horse nearly kicked the Prince. That is the worst of being a gentleman — if he had been a mere man he would have kicked the horse first. Notwithstanding all those falls, the Prince smiles and rides on. He is very much of a man besides a Prince. We feel sure that Prince Edward would tell the world that it is better to ride and fall than never to ride at all. A noted New York surgeon states that he has administered the so-called rejuvenation treatment to seventeen New York women, and the results are seventy-five per cent, successful. You cannot laugh and stay old after that. The New York surgeon denies that beauty returns, but he claims that com parati...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Quality assd Value Combmed Inn Saddlery atad Harness S $.1 Asstlhoiiy Hordfems9 Quality and Value distinguish Saddlery and Harness sold by Anthony Horderns', and every item is sold at the Famous Low Prices. .Compare quality and price, and convince yourself of the superiority of value. Sfcock' and Paris Saddles , STOCK SADDLE.— Hogakin seat, Bag Leather Knee and Thigh Pads, plated tree. Price ? ? ? ? .80/- 'THE SQUATTER' STOCK SADDLE Built on best steel-plated tree, Hog skln or Roughout Sunken seat, » Bag Leather Knee and Thigh Pads, Cap ped Knee Pads, Victorian Panel, Skeleton Flaps. Price ? £7 'THE WIENEKE' PATTERN STOCK SADDLE.— Kip seat and flaps, capped knee pads, Victoria Facings, extra long Skeleton Flaps, specially selected tree, narrow- waist. Price ? ...£8/7/6 'THE' KEMP' PARK SADDLE.— Best Steel Plated Tree, allover kip, leather points to panel, full skirt, Victoria Facings: Prices ? £6/15/-, £7/7/ - WOMEN'S ASTRIDE SADDLE.— Hog- skin Seat and Pads, Victoria Panel, Plated ...

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

TI-1B PUBLIC |p|| TRUSTEE ACTS '&& \ EXECUTOR, TRUSTEE, ' ADMINISTRATOR, '' ATTORNEY, AND AGENT, ' (Eotabliohod Jot January, 1914). VALUE OP ESTATES ADMINISTERED AND IN COURSE OF ADMINISTRATION, £^00,000. Writs ©r call for full particularo, , i Culwrulla' Chambera, ' T. W.. GARRETT, 87 ;CaBHoreagb St., Sydney. Public Truste®. ? ? . — : — t ' ? : — ? ? ? Why Fcrgusson's White Lead is. inexpensive After three months' corrosion in the stack, Fergusson's Elephant Brand White Lead is ground and re-ground under water until it | ows smoothly through fine silken screens. Only the smallest practicable quantity of r» YlGr tAwl MtH imcOA/j nil «e iSli *w**am.v4 ian iu»(.bvi yii ia auuwu( ''sP §1$ This means that in a given weight of Elephant Brand White Lead you secure what ha? been found ' vs:''1'' to be, for general use, the maximum practical per ccntagaof ground lead. Containing :o much solid v k matter, it takes up more oil in mixing and so vp ^ jwovides more paint. Write t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. 1923-24 SEASON. The following detailed statement, prepared by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, shows tne business dope at auction and privately during the 1923-24 season, with a comparison of the business done during the corresponding period of the previous season. — I Cata- | bales. \ | | loguied. |. ? ? ^ Total I j | At | Private-|.Private- 1 Balea. I Sel'.fnB Brokers | | Auotlon. | ly ex | iy au- | | 1922-23. I i |provionB| cata- | | I ! 'I oata^ j loEued. | | boii ? f ? j ? jlognes. | ? j ? ( ? I Balea. | Bales, j Balea. I balea. | Bales, i Huica. A.M.'L. & Co., Ltd. 84920 ' 71182 j 11710 j 5653 j 88545 \ 95534 Co-op. W. & P. Co., Ltd. 53450 , 49139 I 3842 | 10 j 52991 | G1121 Country P. S. Co., Ltd. 29815 1 26681 | 2504 I 10 I 29195 |' 31182 l'i I I Dalgety & Co., Ltd. 59552 [ 55248 ? | 3834 | 38 | -59150 | 66047 F. & G. Co-op. Co., Ltd. | 64729 | 55456 | 7898 | 12 | 63366 j 6733° I I 1*1 I I Goldsbrougli, Mort & Co. I ...

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

Bmled Down j j-.. ? — ? i Now we are beginning to leant bow they make money in America. You al ways knew there was a catch some [ where. ' America can tell you now that ho who goes looking f-Sr money goes look ing for trouble. One half of the world doesn't know how the other half of the world lives — but Americans are finding out. Reading the American scandals you are sure now that Easy Street is in the United Htfltas. . ? ? . ? - : : When anybody mentions oil in Ame rica the crowd gathers as if by magic to hear the latest scandal. Sticky beaks I In America it is the troubled waters - that have been cast upon the oil.v Advertisements are appearing in Ger man papers to the effect that there are wonderful opportunities in Australia to get husbands: Some men will -be think ing that the peace is going to b© wore® than the War. -v The advertisement stated that in ' Australia 'there is a' shortage of 1 women suitable for marriage.' As a nice young man you probably haven't v noticed it. Wi...

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