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Sydney Record Prices GREASY 46¼d; SCOURED 60d. 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

J Sydney Record Prices j ? * ? GREASY 46'/id; SCOURED 60d. 1923-24 SEASON. ♦i,ThS iollow''S statement prepared by tv!f *ool Selling Brokers shows the record prices obtained in the Syd SfLi'1® ui du,rlne the 1923-24 seaion, together with those of the previous spa son. and for purposes of comparison ^ records obtained during .the ye^' to .nediately preceding the war. ? GREASY. ? iszz-za. 1913-14. ? ? d. d. rt. fleece, merino I ^1G%1 ? ia — & v. ?? !i| 1 * ESS ; ;; g* J$ g Iff ' H nl Locks ' ?? oL 17% 11 Dead ;; ;; 8 Fleece, xbred | 36 34% Lambs, xbred I 30 20 Fleece, cbk | 39% ? ? SCOURED. Fleece, Merino^ ~ ? ? cjSBSf S!g| g» » Necits i° ? ga Lambs ? 49 Bellies ? I1 51V,1 20% nr ..ee' 1 # I Crossbred ...J S2 j f7\ ?gSailaas^gMEBBanB^HagBSBBBS3m ' ^

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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BIG CATTLE DEAL More to Follow QUEENSLAND MEANS BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

BIG CATTLE DEAL' More to Follow ] QUEENSLAND MEANS BUSINE88. The Queensland Labor Government - i$ not opposed to inter-State trading — this is a perfectly safe assertion to make, as there is ample evidence avail able in support of the statement. Ten thousand of the primeBt bullocks that the State Government cattle stations of Keeroongooloo and Dillalajr can muster have been sold to Hon. Wm. Angiiss, M.L.C., of Victoria, arid the Riverstone Meat Co. The price, which is regarded us a highly satis factory one to the State, has not been disclosed^ Other sales are pending, and it Jj» felt that these may be prejudiced By a premature disclosure of the figurcH. Delivery is provided for at tbe nearest railway trucking yards. VOLUME OF THE TRADE. The latest stock census, compiled) in 1923, indicates that Queensland wsa in posession of 6,955,463 cattle. ' Neyv South Wales figures are 3,251,180. £ A record kept at Wallangarra, cover ing a period' of seven months, showed . that 73,000 head of ca...

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

*' ' ? ? la lots of — ? lOOoz. ' 500z. Smaller lo'ts. Carnegie's Ptars* English 4/- 4/H ? 4/3 ' HnlleV .; .' „V ' „ 4/4 4/S ' 4/© . IMMEDIATE DELIVERY, We guarantee apd recommend Carnegie's. F. w. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydpoy,

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

1 NATURE'S ALLY MILLS u BILLABONG n pumps Write for prices DAN&S, 324 Pitt Street, Sydney. TROUGoING LEADING ? S. A. STUDS ' % LUCERNEDALE STUD ME RUNGS . f 1922 ABSOLUTELY PURE PEPPIN BLOOD. Pleaea note that we have no connection with any other firm of sJi«ep breeders. , Following are some of the high-priced sheep Bold by us: ' /J LOYALTY, sold to Hay Bros., The Glen, Harrowgate, South Australia, for . . £2,216. FEALTY, sold for world's record price, £4,200. This oiieap, ra-namfed GENERAL BOTHA, was purchased at 22 months old by Mr, A. G. Robertson, South '? Africa. HERO waa sold to Mr. Southey, South Africa, for £1,680. DESTINY was ^ sold to Mr. Lukoff for £1,675. MARSHAL FOCH was purchased by. Paul J. X-u , Plessis, for £1,260. We have an exceptionally fine lot of Special Stud Rams now ready tor inspection. Also a specially' fine lot of flock and selected rams. HENRY COLLINS & CO., Lucerne dale, Mount Bryant' . . ? ? ? ' South Australia. KOONOONA. Swrs-a, South { ...

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

LEADING N.S.W. STUDS HABD©il US© lEiSM STUD FOUNDED 1682. THIS stud waa storied by Mr. James Richmond by tho purchase of 80 Stud Rams and 1SU0 aged Ewes from Waneanella. rarns were by 'Premier,' 'Warrior,' 'No. 37,' 'No. 30,' 'PE,' and _ Tho siren of these rams were represented at the Melbourne Exhibition of 1880 OP toolr fleeces, forming half of the WanganoHa Show Case. 'Premier and 'Warrior' were the two celebrated aires of that period. The present owner purchased tho entire stud In October, 1916. ? ? . ? FRANC B. S. FALKXNER. Haddon Rig, Warren. SUNNY RIDGE MERINO STOP Peppln blood stud sheep are bred at 'Old Cathundral,' Trangle, and tho JJ. i south Australian stud at 'Sunny Ridge,' Mandurama. The 'Old Cathundral' ttud was formed from the pick of the Urangellne ewes of pure Peppln blood, 7® ^ the dispersal of the Urangellne stud, and the 'Sunny Ridge' stud by 'X . ? purchase of high-class, medium woolled, stud ewes from Walter Hawker, Esq., South Australia, with the celebrated r...

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

FASHIONS ROUND By 'Cayenne' The extreme smartness of the new model 'top-coats ' is an outstanding feature oi the iasliion displays to-day. Seldom have such costly and beautiful garments been designed; fur is lavishly used, combined with barbaric embroid eries, braiding, elaborate silk stitchery, any adornment fancied by the wearer is in i act permissive, 'Once upon a time,' a warm top coat was considered merely as a neces sary winter comfort, and was not re garded 111 any sense as a decorative possession, but now all that iB changed, and the modern coat is so smart and becoming that many of them are as suitable for evening as for day wear, notably tl.ose of velvet, woollen Brocade, duvetyn and so on. After a long period of doing without pockets we now have such large ones on our outdoor coats that each hip is entirely covered by them, in fact, these pocKecs may irutmuuy oe ctescriDea as 'hip satchels.' As these out-door garments are likely to be much seen this winter, it goes withou...

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Wonderful World Drunken Fish. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

— - — — . — — — ^ ^ ? . j; Wmdferf pS- . ; ' WoHd [ Drunken Fleh* Fish captured in the Niagara /Rlvec during the Christmas holidays were found to be semi-paralysed, due. to BOO gallons of 'moonshine,' or illlct home made Whisky, having been emptied into the water at that spot by Ameri can proniDiuon agents. The previous week they had been regftled with several b&rrejp of cap^ tured Canadian ale. Colored Rondq. A plea for beautifying the King's, highways was put forward by Mr, J. L. Redfern, of Gillingham, at the munici pal and county engineers' conference at the Agricultural Hail, Islington. An urgly road encouraged scorching, for the motorist felt he must devour it as fast as he could., He hoped that waterproof surfaces might be finished in tints restful to the eyes, and gratifying to the color eense, . It was important that there should be a sharp definition of color where the carriageway and footway met, and he suggested mat lr lummtous Kerns were produced they would be o...

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NEWMARKET SALES L. A. FAIRBAIRN and CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

NEWMARKET SALES I,. A. PATm&JBN aad OO. 103 obk vt A. UoLocd, Ha tallica, Qrcen. slaio; 107 ch& w iT&lislser' ' Est, to £1 14s 7d bvb £1 i3a 5d; 6* cb & w Baec. IJ. 5. Jh?s da&7 BaJUang, to £2 Jfla avs £2 7a; ft cbk \» J. J. MiwiWie, gsyrtwn, tft £2 4a, ? avg £Z -a 4d; ? ® ebil w V. Weaver, OateSjnal, U- £3 2a 7d to ICd; 51 cbfc w J. CSiaiEMjro, Park, to 1% id ate £1123} 70:©b& w 2-6ootha, Excc. &. H. Dng ite2A, BftUia&S. Si. lte 7d »*£ £1 14b 6d. 109 xb obfc o W. J. BiUuU, Trcathaxa, to £1. 12s; l£0 xt- aad cb e'A. ffioEEsfl Ijaadalo. aVoja^in I&t., to £1 17s 4d wis £1 xb and Cbk e JU Bloom - ftold, to £1 14s 9d avg £1 12s B1 Bb fi&d 'cbk &' li. Ferguson', Olare BBoat, to £1 13a Ud evKJ £1123 44; 62 xb swiil oislr O J. W. as.4 E. H. Caark, CEioiwycd, to da lla Sd aifS £1 S3; 51 xb aod e J}. GUUsfeaa, Eteabary, to £1 17s 4d; 50 xb and c&t q S. G&rtli, to fil 12s' 7d twg £1 119 Ed....

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Eastern Delegation MEAT TRADE PROSPECTS Summary of Reports [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Easter® ' DeSegalio® ' MEAT TRADE PROSPECTS . ' ? ? * Summary of Reports Messrs. D. O. Cameron and JR. E, Powell, who were the Attn tmlian Meat Council's Delegation to the East, supply the following summary of their mission. It will be noted that Japan offers, '* 'i» the opinion of the Delegation, the most promise ? ? AttacJsed hereto is a chart on which '??» graphed the movements of tbe Dele gation daring its mission to tlie East, jtinfl upon which will be noted tlie sev eral places visited, necessitating a journey by seas and rail as under:— Mileage. Sea. Rail. Total, ^ioint Delegation 17,975 0,400 24,435 XD. A. Cameron 10,481 3,970 14,459 B. Powell 3,841 4,117 7,958 32,247 14,555 46,952 . T&e countries visited were in tlie 'following sequence : — The Philliplnes, ^ongkong, China and Mongolia, Japan, 'siam, Indo-China, Singapore and Malay States, Ceylon, and India, and a| a -'!result of exhaustive enquiries tlielr ?'market possibilities are epitomised ? hereunder. MINOR MA...

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

i BissoSTCdl Arsenic] 19 A For KILLING GREEN TIMBER, PRICE '!h 1 For SPRAYING FLY BLOWN SHEEP, 5/6 gal' ?il jf For DRE8SING SHEEP SKINS, Etc. in 5 gall. ' 'd 0 For FOOTROT IN SHEEP, Etc. drums only nK This solution Is the frure Arsenic, already dls jj| solved in water, and is ready for use simply by 1 tlle a-^ition of qold wttfer in the following I For Killing Green Timber, add 4 galls, cold I water to 1 gall, Dissolved Arsenic. , 1 't WiHLI & /» Eor Spraying Fly Blown Sheep, add 10 galls, a — '-vjj cold water, I For Dressing Sheep Skins, add 8 galls, cold water; also for Foot | . Rot in Sheep, Prickly Pear Destruction, and all other purposes for |j which Arsenic Is generally used. |! Remember, badly dissolved Arsenic, with a lot of sediment, means I ' reduced strengths, etc., and when you go to .usb it you do not get the results. Better to buy the properly dissolved material, and Bint ' ply add the cold water. F. W. WILLIAMS & C.O., LTD., 41 Hunter St., Sydney. ? . ...

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AT THE ORANGE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

AT THE ORANGE SHOW From left to right: — Lorraine, secured three prizes each of the three years . . . . 9 Harry, one the first year, two the second, and three this year . . 6 Beryl, one the first year, two the second, at six years old, and two this year . . . . ? ? ? ? .... . .' . . 5 Erick, one the first, two the second, and two this year . . . . 5 Total . . . . ? . ? . . 25 Colonel J. F. White's 'Dinkum,' Champion Hack, first twelve-stone hack, first ladies' hack, first in the pair of hacks. Colonel Nicholls' 'Flinders,' Champion Hunter. Photos, by Henry Coop, Glen Innes. Mr. Foote's family, who have secured the total amount of twenty-five prizes for riding at the Glen Innes Shows during the last three years.

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

WIRELESS B OA CASTING 'Iiislc Market nnd Stock ExelmnKc reports, Intent uowb items, voenl, lnstru nieatal it nil theatrical entertainments, brought into every home. All 'UroadcaHt listen (wimlur wW! 1 t lem ab0,lt Bron-l--'«8tlnK and Wireless generally in a ? 'Vmtr'U''H UrondenHtlng magazine, doe* tills. Every issue fllled with 'P AnTrv-r°|H|i S 'V T' '1'iatruted, and popularly written! ^ RADIO Is on sale at all newsagents and bookstalls. Prico— 6d. por copy* A yearly (20 ' ton shillings, from tho publisher*-. . ,i lul' n lUfclibHB I'lthSS, 87 Clarence Street, Sydney. — ? ?

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League Letters (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Lemgme. ? Letters- ? (Continued from last week.), « Darkness came -on, , aud we were still wondering how much more of, this there would be before Shepparton was reached. We had our well-earned re freshments, and went on again for n tiiue. When, lo and beJiold, we were back into metal roads again. It waff cheering to hear 'only five miles, i ' - metalled all the way.' We arrived there -y 9.30, rather stiff and sleepy. The next day- we found to be an Improvement. There were only patches of road similar to what we had previ ously travelled. We ' arrived at tho little town of Gournong for the night. We were much amused here by the way two women at the hotel were doing their work. One rushed) and meed, and the other fairly ran with such a swinging trot. Everything, evidently, must he done before breakfast, judging l-y tbe way they worked. AVe wore now out of the rainy areas, and we found the road improved con siderably, on this our last day's jour ney (the fifth -Jjay). We were coming to...

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For Women in the Country & City For Women "in THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Miss L. E. Armstrong [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

For Women in the Country & City Conducted by Mrs . Marie 1 rvine THE WOMAN OF THE WEEK Miss L. E. Armstrong T T ERE is a picture of Miss L. E. Armstrong, one of the Aus . -®- tralian women who have shown themselves able and willing to make a success of business, while preserving all those womanly, sympathetic traits of character that win for them a place among - the well-beloved of this weary old earth. Miss Armstrong, as our notice of her work last week showed, went home to do war work, and stayed to be a friend to the many Australian, New Zealand, South African and Canadian travellers who invaded England in their thousands during those sad days after the war. Here she proved a veritable guide, philosopher and friend to one and all, and so fine was her work that she was eventually absorbed into tlie good old firm of l'ickfords' Limited, at 206 High Holborn, where you can find her to-day busy from early morning up to nine o'clock . at night in the busy season. It is said tha...

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

piiiim ! FlBllB Makes delicious scones, dainty cakes and flaky pastry, light and digestible. Cm$8 a little more W®rth a lot more £100 IN CASH PRIZES Save the lids I ? ? ? ? - ? ? 8 I When down for the | EASTER SHOW i visit MAY MOORE'S STUDIOS I for Arrittic Photography 139 King Street, Sydney. | - ; ? SPECIAL ? I FOR B00SBIBBPEIS I The Cheapest Tea Pot from the cheapest Store in Sydney. Twenty-five I dozen only ! ' . | Strongly made English Aluminium j | Tea Pot. Two and one half-pints. I I Stout wooden handle, highly polished. Will last for years and be an ornament ? to any meal table ? j An i -1 -j Sold jj Amazing /( / ' il Elsewhere f j Price (I / ii il 12/6 _ j' J Postage to your door 9d. extra ; packed j j carefully. Send your order TO-DAY. j j When these are sold we cannot replace | | Iwsom's Limited j I QUAY STREET :: 8 SYDNEY t j Cheapest Aluminium Store in Australia ?

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

BALDWIN MANUALO America's Finest Piano Player. Ideal for the Country. No troublesome, uncertain levers. Perfect expression obtained with Foot . Pressure. -See all the others, then inspect the Manualo. Correspondence invited. F. S. DYER, Agent and Importer, 34 Alt Street, Aahfield, ' Sydney. ?, Si'? Laundrena, made from unadulterated ^1L maize, adds a satiny, smooth finish and if 1^^^^ v. fresh daintiness to every washable ^ ? ' fabric. It never impairs the finest tex ili» W ture nor the most delicate colourings. |8p a\ SOLD EVERYWHERE ? Manufactured by CLIFFORD LOVE & CO., LTD., Sydney ? w^%Lauiiclrena %c-Mrik Starch : ? -fflg mill inillUjl III JiV^TiTi i4i' iiHnTHMi /iifciffirrfflfE ?

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

['WAY'S j THE M0UERM STORE. ' Ladies' Riding Outfits . Correct, Man-tailored Clothes made in dependable materials. Riding Suits in Fins Fawn Gabar dine. Habit, fashionable threequar ter length, has pleated back, tail ored-collar, breast and side pockets, belt at waist. Breeches cut in ap proved style, fastens buttons at side, reinforced leg, laced knee. Sizes: S.SV. and W. PRICE, 59/6. Riding Suits in Fine, All-wool Navy Serge. A superior grade serge, with nice, soft finish. Same style as above. PRICE, £5/6/-. .Gabardine Breccftes, in new Tan shade. PRICE, 27/6. EChaHi Gabardine Riding Skirts, I buttoned back and front, hip pocket. A smart, comfortable style, riding or walking. PRICE, 32/6. Also in a Superior Quality at 49/8. Same style in Navy Drill 32/6.. Ffne, All-wool Navy Sorgo Riding Shifts in style as shown. Excep tional Value. PRICE, 57/8. . Prompt Attention to Mail Orders. Carriage Charges Paid. E. Way & Co. LIMITED 213-219 PITT ST., SYDNEY.

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Give It the Chance [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Give It the Chance One of the aims of the Australian Meat Council is to endeavour to secure the marketing of stock earlier. An other is to encourage, if it is found practicable, the artificial feeding of stock for market. A third is to great ly increase the production of lambs for the m®at market. A fourth aim is to bring about continuous meat sup plies. If these aims are achieved, the con sumers throughout Australia will bene nt. Undoubtedly an organisation, such as the Australian Meat Council, Jias. an incomparably better chance of achieving these aims than have tho unorganised producers. +i*^'!iTw?e Are ^?.ctsi ^ut apparently the Daily Guardian'' has not bother ed to get hold of the facts. It has just set up a bogey of its own and knocked it down. K '!10 meat industry is to oor6 i 1 ls to Progl'ea8 and pros pei, it mast have organisation. That fact 13 indisputable. Yet, when the first gonuine attempt ?JL uv' b~wl!''e organisation is made } M, h£vo PaI-er endeavouring to kill it. ...

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FIGHTING THE RABBIT. FINANCIAL AID. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

FIGHTING THE RABBIT. FINANCIAL AID. At a meeting of the Bathurst P.P. Board a letter was received from the Coonaiuble Board, asking co-operation 'with ( 1 ) that the P.P. Act be amendjed so that power be given to grant finan cial assistance to landowners to dig out rabbits and destroy rabbit harbors on their holdings, under the same condi tions as wire-netting is now being sup plied; (2) that tlie Federal Government be asked to abolish the duty on im ported) wire-netting. It was decided to co-operate in the first resolution, but not with the second.

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