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

STEEL DROPPER'S 1 Awarded 1st Prises and Gold Medals everywhere they have rS : ' competed with other droppers. ' :{j§ * Cheaper than Wood. Strongest Steel Droppers made. ' Self-Lockinff No Ties No Wedges No Staples. PostB cost much more than Droppers. They won't burn or wear out. I Can't get white ant®. , . They cunuot be removed without M ' I human aid. j|| Specially suitable for Netting -M ' and Barb Wire. . rig-'v; ' Attached by hand 'without a»-* ' Tool. ' ? . l'i®/.' Tlio angle of tho steol (where tho f|y ? | strength is) is perfectly intact. I Made for evory gauge of, wire/ They are made (unless otherwise required) so that Wires can bo ., etrained through the Droppers, thus avoiding great inconvenience and loss' of time incurred by having to remove all Droppers first - and re place them afterwards when repairing or restraining your fences. They can be got in any length, Spaced for any number of Wires, to ' - , suit any Fence, to your own order, at Short Notice. You can always ...

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

' ?_ 1 ' ? ? * l'i iwj.' ? ? ? .tt'anv* i' ! Iifra®rliiarf fail® larfing lafgiis ' 5 SENSATIONAL. PRICE REDUCTIONS OF £23,000 'WORTH OF'SUPE RIOR QUALITY MILITARY CLOTHING t' AND SOLD DIRECT t ,, | TO THE READERS OF 'THE STOCK JOURNAL' AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. | You havo opportunity to tako ,otlvantaao of these wonderful Baroalno by sanding deposit with order, and S ? paying balance on arrival .of Qoodo In your town. p To onablo this Stock to bo disposed of quickly, I am offering Spoclal Discount of 10 par cent, on alt l'i | ? i ordere of £5 and over. ? ft i All goods sold with guarantee: Money, refundod If goods not satisfactory. p ' | POSTAGE PAID ALL OVER VICTORIA. f I MILITARY OVERCOATSI ^ STARTLING PRICESI , i Just arrived, per e.g. Orsova — 800 5 1ENUINE BRITISH IMPERIAL 32oz. PURE WOOL KHAKI MILI 5 TARY OVERCOAT8, guaranteed oound, and are of No. 1 Grade and 1st Quality. : Those Coats are ' superior to s Overcoats sold by other shops, and (i are honestly worth £8 each. Aa...

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

| Nothing adds such zest to the roast as a glass j of Lindeman's Claret, a dry sugar-free wine that captivates the taste and satisfies the thirst. The experience of a century in wine making finds foil expression in this Claret whose rare flavour is obtained from sun-ripened grapes vintaged \ under ideal conditions. With your dinner to night, try a bottle of Lindeman's Claret ! j JJMfenMiif ' , i

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(By "Contributor.") [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

(By 'Contributor.') Tho early pioneers who took up large holdings were almost invariably money ed men, and it was their capital that was responsible for the remarkable de velopment of the early colonisation of Australia. Doubtless, in its virgin state the country when taken up pre sented an alluring appearance, and en couraged settlers to snontl co'nBiderablv more money in the development of their possessions than the yiela during their, time justified. Many instances may be cited where settlers and sunk several times as much on improving the land as they were siib quently able to obtain for it with all the sheep, cattle and horses given in. I re call a property on which about, forty thousand pounds had been Expended ou wire netting, fencing, water provision, ringbarking, buildings, yards, &c., which was sold for £1:4,500, with 12,500 sheep given in. I know of anoth er staion that was sold for £1600, the improvements of the lease of which, ac cording to the Government's own ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

- SYDNEY WOOL* SALES. Tlie fol loving tawe, compiled by the Syduey Wool Selling Brokers, shows the- business inuisjueted since last report: — \ I 1 Bales. 1 . | i - ? __ ? ? ; Total Belling Brokers. j Oata- | At |Privu.telyl Privately | Saljs. [ logaed. I Anction. | ex. I ua- ( I j | proviaus | Cata- | i J Cata- | logucd. | - I ? j ? 1 logaee, | ? j; ? ? ? I . Bales. | ? Bales. I Hales. | Bales. I Balea. A.M.L. & F. Co., Ltd. | 4448 \ 29G1 1010 ' 154 1 4125 I I I Co-op. W. & P. Co., Ltd. — | — | — — [ — Country P. S. Co., Ltd. 2165 1711 | 112 — 1823 Dalgety & Co., Ltd. — — — I — — F. & G. Co-op. Co., Ltd. 3760 2824 863 — 3687 - Goldsborough, Mort and Co.' — — — — — N.Z.L. & M.A. Co., Ltd. . — — — — — Pitt,' Son & Badgery, Ltd. 5128 4494 330 160 4984 Sclrate, Bell & Co.. . Ltd. 2630 2219 301 ? I 2o20 Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd. 4445 3380 574 421 4375 ? j { j i I I ? Totals ? ? 1 22576 1 17539 1 3190 1 735 | 21514

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

Iw ? ? ? ? r- --t-t. . ? ? + ? ? ? ? ? ? ''' ' | Make Your Own Stock Lick MIX ONE PACKET OF COOPER'S MEDICO WITH EVERY 70 LBS. | of salt, and placJe where stock can have free access. J ( Cooper's Medico contains ingredients which act directly upon the diges- | Rlllllll J||jp|||| tive system ' stimulating the appetite, toning the kidneys, and ensuring | IPK^lk the proper action of the bowels. ... | ' In addition to being a most wonderful stock tonic, Cooper's Medico kills , stomach aad intestinal worms. plllr^ Cooper's Medico is put up in cases, each containing twelve packets. The price is ,7/6 per packet, or £4 per case, f.o.r., Sydney. g'''' ? '' ? nrn-— ' ? -- ? - ? . ? ' Munufacturcd by:— ! Mr. O. Cowell, of Pine Park, Grons OrouB, N.S.W.,' writes (5/5/28: | By Appointment, Mpniiuroe ?'I Uuto used Cooper's Medko with tho greatest success durlne 1 -«??«-»» WILLIAM COOPER GL NEPUEWo tlie pa^t dry . summer and . autumn. During tlio tlmo t,bat my jj ?/»?'»»? v i ixmrpn Hbecp lmd free...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TILLIMBY ESTATE. TO BE SUBDIVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

TILLIMBY ESTATE. TO BE SUBDIVIDE!). Owing to the death of Mr. A. A. Nivison, the well-known Tilllauby Es tate, which has been In the possession of the Nivison family for over 70 years, is to be subdivided and sold at public auction by E. W. Sparke, at West Malt land, on 8th May. It is situated] . two miles from Pater son nnd 14 miles from Maitland, on tne ^picturesque Patersdn River, to which ^ it has a frontage of about six miles. The river, with its willow-liued banks, is one of the most beautiful iu Aus tralia, and Is navigable for small steamers right up to the homestead. The estate comprises an area of 7,172 acres, and is being subdivided into 23 blocks, all of which will have per manent water. The district Is noted for its stud horses and cattle, the celebrated) Tocal and Duninald stud farms being in close proximity. - The Tillimby Hereford cattle were \v-»ll-known and brought record prices in the Sydney and Maitland markets; Same famous racehorses were also bred on the proper...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL. MARKET REPORTS VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

WOOL - IteKET 'REPORTS. VIEWS OF WOOL SELLING BROKERS T&e market developments at the closing sales were quite satisfactory. There was improved Continental and Japanese com petition, whilst Bradford buying was still very strong, the general result beiiig an improving tendency for ull wools of good length and even quality, the short, wasty and unclassed lots being still irregular; The main points of tlie sales are discussed in the appended reports of wool selling brokers. C3°cg. 17. and P. Co., Ltd. Tie selling season is now almost at an end in this centre. From 31st March to 2nd April a series of sales (the last of the season) will be held, and, approximately 19, (XX) bales will be submitted. All 'Tools arriving into store up to the 29th March will be eligible for inclusion. Tbe tone of the market this week has sihown an improvement an last week. Good length, even quality wools are very firm, but there still exists some irregularity for the uneven length skirty wools and shor...

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

ITvtoiiA is the lisieoa SsiFestaeEnl for Wmlgmwezs* |] 1 WooIgroweM, next year's wool clip is growing now, and there is a tremendous wool shortage in the world to-day of over 80 million pounds weight, while- the demand for wool is increasing. ? Use Vita-Lick ail the year round and increase the value and quantity of your clip, ensuring bigger wool cheques. ; ; v .. Our claims : are supported' by the testimonies of woolgro wets all over Australia. Here is one that speaks for itself. . Mr. Nelson Mills, Uardry, Hay, writes:— 'Last season we used your Vita-lick with our '' special stud sheep, including the Grand Cham pion, housed or unhoused, 'PEMBELGONG No. 1,' and we are quite satisfied with the results, W® . .- propose doing the same again this year.' t - RoWt Patog i Co. VITA-LICK LTD.?«,r.S~,*Z'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Stoats, Weasels, Ferrets ENGLISH EXPERIENCE. KILLING THE RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Stoats, Weasels, Ferrets ? * ? ENGLISH EXPERIENCE. KILLING THE RABBITS. Mr. Mark H. Reynolds, Senior Agri cultural Inspector, writes in the Agri cultural Gazette of N.S.W. : — In view of 'the remarks made from time to time as to the value of stoats, weasels, and ferrets as rabbit extermi nators, and the suggestion that they should be imported for that purpose, some recent observations by one who has had first-hand experience of these ani mals in another country is of interest. Mr. Charles Gilliatt, an English far mer who has been in New South Wales about two years, states that the ferret, weasel, and stoat are much alike, and all prefer birds to rabbits as food. Es pecially are tlie.y fond of young ducks . and chickens, and their appetite for winged creatures is so keen that they even capture the elusive partridge. Their method of destroying rabbits is to suck tlieir blood. As to their efficacy in control, Mr. Gilliatt instan ces a paddock of 12 acres which was overrun w.ith rabbits...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Caterpillar Pest TROUBLE IN SEVERAL DISTRICTS. SCIENTIST'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Caterpillar Pest ? * ? * TROUBLE IN SEVERAL DI8' TRICT8. SCIENTIST'S REPORT. Bearing on the reports published re cently of the appearance of caterpillars^ attacking weeds in such widely separ ated areas as tho Denman district and Murrumbidgee' irrigation area, the De partment of Agriculture has received information that these caterpillars are present in great numbers over large areas of the northern and western por tions of the State. The Government Entomologist, Mr. W. B. Gurney, advises that they arc the larvae of the weed-web motb, and have been found attacking cotton, luc erne, beet and pumpkins, as well aB various weeds, including Bathursf burr, amaranthus, and thistles. APPEARANCE. These caterpillars are dull green in. color, and live upon the foilage of tfld weeds, which they completely cover witfe a fine silken web. When this food supply becomes exhausted, or fails through drought conditions, the cater pillars migrate to cultivated plants. The first brood appeared in the nor...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Efficient Machines AIDS TO SUCCESS. THE FRUIT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Efficient Machines AIDS TO 8UCGESS. THE FRUIT BUSINESS. The introduction of labor-saving ma chinery, with all the modern devices that the mind of the inventor can con-: celve uud the experienced engineer fashion, is a sine qua non iu the suc cessful factory of to-day. So keen is the race for commercial supremacy in the world's markets that to shut one's eyes to the absolute ne cessity for keeping abreast of the times la to commit financial 'hari-kari.' PINE-APPLE INDUSTRY. Hie pine-apple industry, as far as it concerns this State, is not a vital one; its apnual production only amounts to something like 5000 dozen pines. However, the present-day production is one governed by the law of supply and deuiund, and Queensland is able to meet every demand made. This may not be always so. Modern machinery frequently places a canned food commodity within the reach of the more unfavored family with a chequered employment history. Reduced overhead charges achieved without any loss of efficiency...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DELIVERY OF COTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

DELIVERY OF COTTON. Obtton jrown this season under certain conditions is subject to the guaranteed price to be paad by the Department of Asrrioultare. Such cotton is to be forwarded to the ginnery at Waratali. The Minister of Agriculture wishes to notify all oottcm growers that seed cotton . will rot be revived at the Waratah sin. nary before tho 1st May next, and if grow ers make any pickings .prior to that date, they should retain it on their promises and not send it Into the ginnery until tho date naoaed. . 0

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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WET WOOL. DISCOVERY IN STRETCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

^ WET WOOL. DISCOVERY IN STRETCHING. A cable from London to the 'Daily Telegraph' : — 'Mr. Jh . Bliss, Director of Wool Re search, speaking at Bradford, disclosed a discovery whereby wool can be stretch ed while wet. without breaking, thus increasing the length 20 to 40 per cent. 'Though the yarn is not so good as the finer yarns, it will produce light weight cloths at a price the people can afford.' Please tell the Advertisers you saw it in 'The Stock and Station Journal.'

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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What A Change is Here [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

II What A Change is //are According to the stock inspec tor's report to the Moree F.Jf. Board, there is now an abund ance of feed in all parts of the district. In some places tlie nrnuft n c hinh no -the 4a* All stock are rapidly improving in condition. Blow-flies are very active, and he expected losses in sheep owing to the difficulty otf finding them in the long grass. It seems jnty .the other. day . i - that the district was drought stricken.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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NORTH COAST FRUIT TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

? 1 ? — NORTH COAST FRUIT TRAINS. A report from the Richmond says that the fruit train, which leaves the Tweed every night for Sydney, is be ing well patronised by the local grow ers. Every week the quantity shipped is increasing. Last 'Wednesday, wnen the train left Murwillumbah, there were | over 1400 cases on the train, whilst a lot more were loaded en route. 1 This speaks well for the enterprise §' of the Commissioners in putting on ?j such a train, and at shows that the :|j growers are equally alert to take ad | vantage of the chance offered by it. f Magnificent fruit can be grown all I over N.S.W., but the trouble is that„ in shipping it to Sydney, so' much of it becomes over-ripe and braised, through the slow train journey. The special through train outs this out. ' At the same time, why not take a leaf from the Leeton growers' ' boolc, and run a fruit train specially for the local people down the line, vselling it by the single case? Dairy farmers have no time to grow fruit,...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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NOT ADVERTISING AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

NOT ADVERTISING AUSTRALIA. The Speaker of our Legislative Assembly, Mr. Dan Levy, has just returned from a holiday spent in Cey lon, and was astounded at the lack or knowledge 'there about Australia. Many of the people knew little more than it was an island in the Pacific. He savs that the tourist bureaux in Ceylon were flooded with pamphlets relating to almost every country in the world, but there was nothing about Australia. Many young men on the Maloja were coming out to take up land, but could u-et no information about it. ' Mr. T. Mitchell, a Sydney solicitor, traveiHng in the same steamer, said he had been on a tour through India and found that there, also, little was known of Australia. At none of the cities lie visited could lie find any printed in formation about it. ? It seems to me that a great oppor tunity is being lost here. Tourist traffic is valuable in itself, and out of it many buyers of our land and producers come, once they see the country for themselves. Our tour...

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

HOUSING DOGS. In the country, there is often much room for improvement in the way the farm dogs are housed. In many cases they sleep under the house, or outbuild ings, often on the ground, and breed fleas and general unpleasantness. In other cases, thev have an old ou* or part of a hollow log, with a bag in it,, which is never cleaned out from one year's end to another, and is reeking with germs. I have tried all sorts of kennels, from the hollow log upwards, but the one I use now is simply a pack ing case, bought from the local store for 5s. (About 2ft. Cin. x 2ft. Gin. x 2ft. 'Gin high). The lid, when dismantled, gives four legs, nailed at the corners, so that the bottom is a foot from the ground ; one board of it nailed across the front stops the straw from falling out. An other projecting from the top makes a shade from rain and sun. An old sheet of iron or bark makes it weather proof, and the straw in it makes tho bedding. An old chaft bag, nailed to the top, is let down over t...

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

I WHEAT AND RAINFALL. I We aro beginning to learn that in | this country it is not so much the I quantity of rain which falls that deter ? mines the siso of the crop, but the i time of year it falls, and the tilth of i soil it tfsEa into. A few inches of rain, falling at seed time into a sweet, well-worked soil, supplied with plenty of plant food and nitrifying bacteria, will give the crdp all the moisture it needs to germinate the seed and make a good growth, till the time of ripen ing, when the roots need more moisture to draw the plant food from the soil to finish the crop. In experiments conducted this season by the Department of Agriculture at Mr. Haskin's fswm at Duri, near Tam worth, the rainfall only averaged to 6i inches, and the yield of nine plots ranged from 12J to 24 bushels per acre. 'Gresley' topped the lot with 24 bus hels, 'Aussie' gave 22, and 'Wara- tali' 19i and this on 0} inches of rainfall !

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

?miss waw SELECT REGISTRY. INTEJRCOL0NSAL HOUSR ' 4 CASTLEREAGH STREET, CIT2. ^ Or. Hooter Bt„ 6th floor. 1 ToSo USb. Tolophoisas 2403. / MRS. MeCLUJSKY EWHORAIi PJROTESTANT GOVERNESS and SERVANTS' REGISTRY. 1st FLOOB 84 HUNTBB ST,, SYDNEY. STATION SEBVAIfTS a Speciality. Only / superior, reliable Servanta recommended. Telephone B 3505. ' The Greatest Veterinary Remedy le 'REDUClfey. ? No More Firing or Blistering Cures your Lame I Horse, cures him painlessly, and you fx can work him all In / -j #] the time. #Oy Cures Splints, \» visr'^ 1L Curbs, Sprung Ten- \«_ SteCr dons, WIndgalls, Bog Spavins, and all Bony and Bursa] Enlargements. Write for Free Advice and Booklet. PRICE, 12/6 por can. T. C. DOYLE, M.R.C.V.S., 9 King Street, Randwick, N.S.W. BLO - FLI - DI ? FOR FLY-BLOW, 8/6 Gallon; also Strychnine, Hulle's, 6oz. lots, 5/- oz., ' Freight paid. Smaller lots, 5/6 oz. ; SALT— Coarse 72/6, 80/-, Rock 116/-. Galv. Iron, Engllsn, 26G, £28 ton BASIS. NETTING & WIRE at Lowest R...

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