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GRAZIERS' SHEARING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

GRAZIERS' SHEARING CO. The Directors have madp a rear rangement in the management of the Graziers' Oo-operutive Shearing Co., Ltd, Mr. R. O. Wilson, for some time Secretary of the Company, has been nV)linlnt-vf Vainirov Yfr r-. T«'ltii»amlll takes Mr. Wilson's place as Secretary. Mr. Wilson has been In the closest possible touch with the management of the Company, and under bis baud the business can be depended upon to move ahead smoothly. During its few yeurs of existence this Company lias bad all sorts of diffi culties, in the shape of strikes, floods andj droughts, to surmount. The great thing is that it has progressed in spite of those difficulties. To-day the Com pany is very 'firmly established- and is meeting with more and more support from the country. Its invaluable help, to the industry in the recent shearers' strike is not likely to be forgotten by graziers.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THAT LEVY IN THE MEAT INDUSTRY. THERE IS PRECEDENT! [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

.THAT: LEVY ' , V -N THe MEAT (NRUSTRY. there is precedent 1 I hose pity interests that for some reas oils undisclosed are* opposing the AustraJ iarj Council ar-* endeavouring to prevent Parliamentary sanction being given to the proposed le^y. 0«ie-hiy 'b«»y allege thai the producers themsehw pre opposed to the levy, and the nest day they prgue that there is no preccr for such 4 levy and that jt would extremely undesirable to create one. Needless to say, the opposition is not concerned with the welfare of the pri mary producers. The opposition con tinues to overlook the fact that th? producers themselves, through their or ganisations, have approved of tbe pro posed levy, dairy farmers. One paper alleges that dairy farmers partfcul&rly object to the levy. Tho reply is that the dairy farmers, through the Primary Producers' Union, hav® approved of the- levy. Jt may he added here that since tbe Executive q{ the Primary Producers' Union signified approval some months ago,, no off...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUCKY SHEEP DEAL. TURN OF THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

LUCKY SHEEP DEAL. TURN OF THE SEASON. According to advices received in Brls bune from Ixmgreueh, Mr. Robert Doyle, who Ls well known throughout the West, hns good cause to congratulate himself 011 the outcome of a sheep deal which he entered Into during November last. The, prospects for a good season were nt the time remote, but In the face of the dry spell, then at its worst, he took delivery of 10, (KX) Ituthven-bred (i-tooth wethers. Conditions were such that, unless good rains were experi enced 011 some of the stock routes within a few weeks, his position would have been serious, but even when tlie rain did eventuate, lie moved his tlock towards tile south. By the time the sheep bad] reached Isisford they were, to all appearances, at a dead end, when a moderate storm enhanced his prospects considerably. As he moved further south his luck still held, as he encountered a series of storms, until eventually the bounteous rains of the past few weeks placed the situation beyond all do...

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WIRE NETTING FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GRANT. DIFFICULTY OVER THE TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

WIRE NETTING federal, qovernmcnt grant. DIFFICULTY OVER THB TERMS. That Government grant of £250,000, free pf Interest, fof tjio Pimply of wirc aettlns ,ln the numeroua atates (in. eluding £50,000 in tlie Northern Terri tory), is causing some concern to Mr. Wearntf, and to gonje of the States. It is conslde^d in some quarters that rfot only d-jeg ft intrude upon purely state functions which have previously- been administered with smoothness, but the fact that such a comparatively limited advance ia free of intercut to the pettier will give rise to invidious comparisons with the State's normal charge of 6 per cent. MR. WEARNE'S STATEMENT. Replying lo, recent criticisms on the failure of the New South Wales Gov ernment to accept this scheme. Mr. W. E. VVearne. M.L.A. (Minister for Lands) stated that, the difficulty lay in administering the supply of wire netting under the two schemes, State and Federal. The supply of netting under State control carried interest at 6 per cept, while th...

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

Galvanised TT |0) |f?S5%'pkf Corrugated H \j American 26 Gauge ton £23/10/ 1st Quality ENGLISH , 26 Gauge - ' £28/7/6 ton Immediate Delivery from Stocks now In Store i NOTE.— All 9ft lengths are 10/- ton and all 10ft. lengths 20/- ton extra, packed In Vj-ton cases and In good order und condition. Write for detailed quotes if required. ? F. W. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD^ 41 Hunter Stroot,- Sydney. 1 . ^ fid a l ij O U li Kft AGENTS SELOKSf ' '-?? AT NEWMMKim 1| Of, i ? , 1. 1 , — i ? ? ? ...4 ^ Mn Si s *. Fat Stopk 8?gs«Kn9e» MEJ.80UBJ3&, VICTORIA: . Specialists In qH S&smjIs tSs^tars.' ' Wires: 'MoNam^ gs-.f Ms^sassj.' Ifitwd 4. A3 1 BOURKE QTm Sheep and Osttlo Sales re^sdarly at Neiymarket Varda. L. 1. FalrWra & C®. ' Fat Stock S25£SJri3Ji, 117 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE. Regular Weekly Sales held at New- , 'market. / ? - Fc? HigSisst Ppkcs At ftciracts&et, Melbo'urssa, sms3 $ow Siosit to ' / Franels B©§@ ii §®a ? (Thos. 8. Johnston, Geo. T. Wakefield) ? 373 ...

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Better for the Kiddies. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Better for the Kiddies. The Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. C. H. Wickens) has just completed an investigation throughout the Common wealth concerning the rates of mor tality of children under the age of 5 years for the period 1920-22. The re sults obtained indicate a marked im provement compared with those disclos ed by the tables compiled in respect of the period 1901 to 1910. An interesting table shows the annual mortality per thousand during the first five years of life, and a comparison is made between two periods — 1901-10 and 1920-22. As far as males are concerned the death-rate from birth to one year has dropped from 95.1 to 71.4, and, for females, from 79.5 to 55.6. From one year to two years the rate dropped from 17.8 to 14.5 (males), and from 16.7 to 12.5 (females). In each period up to live years a drop was recorded. Whereas in tlie period 190i-10 less than 88 per cent, of the males born reached the age of 5, in 1920-22 more than 90 per cent, did so; and similarly, that w...

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JOHN McNAMARA and CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

JOHN MoNAMABA and OO. 358 xb w W. Glaesoa, Nunanco, to £2 3s 5d ave £1 18s lOd; 216 xb w B. L. Arcn atrosg, TJJnbiram, to £2 4s 3d a»g £2 0s ISd ; 2C0 ti Barton Bros., Silyanna, £1 16s lid; 117 xb w T. Strang, Tallygaroojuia, £1 15e 9d; 103 xb vr Anfeoa Martin, Tragowel, to £1 lfia lOd a?e £1 16s 9d; 96 cbk w John DicJt, Oobram, to £2 7a 4d avg £2 So 9d; 92. xb w D. Burns, Kajceira, to £2 te 7d ave £1 19e 6d 425 cbk e Eric McCoanell, BeAfeungra, to £1 19a lfld Mg £1 17a 2d; 254 xb 1 ArmstronB Broa., Banchourl. to £1 17b 8d are £1 13s ' 5a'; '2(J0'.kb' T 1 JoHh1 'Iieef V'»iC,'-to*,£2 la Id ; '148 ib e K. J. Kelly and Son, Cam. bosdoon, to £2 6s 4d avgr £1 17s 8d; 171 xb e O. Sine. Bethungra, to £2 2a avg. £1 18s 6d; 116 xb e W- Qlaseon, Nunanso, to £1 17s 3d avgr £1 15s 2d; 112 xb © H. Staben, Poowons, to £1 l£a liOd aver £1 14a 6d ; 77 xb e Ja8r Wright, Warrabamba, to £2 Is ,ld avg £1 18a 9d. 252 1 P. Pullar, Oobram, to £1 12a ave £1 11a Td; 216 1 J. If. Stafford, Hurrulebale. to £1...

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FRANCIS BOSS and CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

CHANCES BOSS axid OO. 116 obk asd p» w £-? ttanniuc. Hoitteis leteb, to £1 18a 7d; 115 xb cbk w A. Patwreon, XrrtwiUiDe^ to £2; 104 cbk v» J. 6irl and Son 8arabby Hill, to £2 ft} 10d uvg £2 03 5d; UQ xb v J. U- Hotherinston. S0a LakO, to £2 06 W avg £2 cfa Jd ; 79 ib and m w D. E UitchelUiill, Porricoota, to £2 0a 9d avfi: £1 19b 2d. 266 i b o C. Sins. E«hAO&. to £2 te 4d'avg £1 Ids 2d; l20 xb and cbfc 9 H, Staben, Dora, fedt, former, to £1 Ua Ad wre £1 10s 50, l&ttqr at £1 7a 7d; 118 xb o H and 8. Jamiteon, Bitterp Park, to £1 16s; 116 xb aad me U. aad J. Ma£u-ney, Uyazny n Pk. ; 115 cbk 0 Mrs.' A. M. BonaldsoQ, Fairriow, to £1 15s ave: £1 1&3 Cd; 108 xb and cbk a &obt. Sprigga' WnJlah, to £1 14s 7d; 91 xo awl- m c Hill Bras., 'Eafcura, to £1 10s1 Id are £1 9s 6d; K) Bdr. Ijmo. o Starritt Bros., (ilooroopaa. to £2 2s avg £1 Ms 2d; 65 xb o J. Alloa, Belinda, to & lid I6d aTff £1 10b ' 60 se Brain Brob., Tatura, to £1 12a 4d svg £1 10a 2d; 54 x...

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I'VE BEEN READING "THE MAD MULLAH OF SOMALILAND" [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

f¥£ BEEN READING 'THE MAD MULLAH OF SOMALILAND' By Douglass Jardine, O.B.E. — (Our copy from Sydney Book Club, Angus & Robertson Ltd.) Probably you remember when the doings of the Mad Mullah of Somali land were sufficiently important to take up quite a lot- of space in the cable news. Now comes a book that tells you all about him, and how the Britishers overcame him. If you read this book you will know a lot about Somaliland. It is a strange country, in habited by strange people, and when you finish the book you probably will feel more strongly than ever that the Britishers are wonderful rulers. No matter what or where the country is the Britishers can be trusted to run it. As we are told in the introductory, the Mad-Mullah campaign makes up 'a story full of dramatic interest, of vicis situde and adventure, ' and 'moving ac cidents by flood and field'— full too of instruction for the soldier, the ad ministrator and the diplomatist. That story is here related, not only with t...

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

Head Office of ? . f s.-j''-' '.'J ' , ' | Comer of King & Pitt Streets, Sydney | Ho has thirteen Surgeries and a Staff of fifty. j ? i if* I ^ ^ ^ ^ ESTABLISHED IN KINO STREET, SYDNEY, 0VEE 33 YEASS. THE LARGEST DENTAL ESTABLISHMENT IN SYDNEY j THE 'RAHINATOIT a^htthe?sDental invention* 1 — ? ~ ' ! - f 8 8 NO PAIN— NO DANGER— NO AFTER-EFFECTS i i ; YET YOU PAY NO MORE FOR ITS USE. j NO MORE LOOSE PLATES. j / ( V\ \ As these Plates are fitted with my own Patent Suction, Experts : y ? -v \.\ \ declare that it's the best invention so far. It's so good' that the Plate : 7* \ A \ jV cannot fall either while eating, drinking or talking, and doesn't take j \ I ] /A up any space whatever, which is a distinct advantage. : //^^XXXTm a FULL upper or lower plate FROM £3/3/-. NO CHARGE FOR REPAIRS. NO CHARGE FOR REMODELLING. ] A set of Teeth made in a day if necessary. | A SIGNED LEGAL GUARANTEE IS GIVEN TO EVERY PATIENT TO THIS EFFECT | Corner King and Pitt Streets j (Over Thompson's S...

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He didn't know the Bird was so easy to bring down "Talk o'the Town" [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

He didn't know the Bird zvas so easy to bring down 'Talk o$the Towt i' MY DEAR ALBION, YES, that's where I come from ; but how did you guess it? Bon Accord for ever! Hoot man!! TIIE German miml works strangely. Having missed world dominance by the failure of her war effort she Is now at work on a more subtle method of getting a place in the Sun. She is going to- send us seductive sirens, who, winning the uffections of our simple-minded and susceptible Aus tralian youth, will raise a race of Aus tralian Germans who, in time, will make Australia safe for the Hun. As children usually inherit more of their mother's character than their father's, and the mother has more op portunity to mould the ductile mind of the child, the idea is perfectly sound in theory, provided, of course, that our young men decide that the German girl is a more attractive proposition than the home-grown article. A German woman wrote to the New South Wales Government, enclosing an advertisement from a Frankfort p...

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

.. . WW* I'»WM WV'WI'.'i* — IJlJ ,''' ? j H'lfi'M™™* mti'H IRON &2r~is'° ° ?? ? . Best Qualify English tim is Brat-quality English^ and Is dae to arrive on the 21st April wst„ w oolf-tyu eases, 26 G., good order and condition, all lengths. ? '-IVday's price is £28/7/9 tftf), for imms&ato delivery, but we are able to QBer tjjis bfe reduction, provided delivery is made direct from the wharf- on arr^ar of tM : at^roei1, ; Tliera will be 100 tons available. Unless' you book ftt Qnce you will miss this cheap offer, aa tbe last shipment which has just arrived sqld out within two weeks of being offered, r 'When) ordering, specify particularly tjris shipment at £27/16/- ton. F. W. \^!LLIA&1S £ CO., LTD,, 61'Hunter St., Sydnsy. WTE.— IMMEQIATE DELIVERY from Stock is £28/7/6 ton.

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

Write (or Library Catalogues a ad lists ?on all aubjecte, which will bo ess! poot free on application. DYMOCK'S BOOK ARCADE, LTD., 42® GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY ' ; j ''Sr iitf JtTTH I Jffgjflfl I Recognised as Australia's perfect Jetting plant— 8 I correctly designed, and specially fitted for using dj Vi\ 19 1 heavy arsenical solutions. Treatment with the 4 /V 19 'Comet' Jetter will give your sheep the greatest m /* §a protection from the sheep-fly, and obviate any Ri || necessity for crutchlng. Make the season profit- Jja K k| able by reducing ^your losses. g^Writ^ us now for Jw f \ smm whuams & eo. ltd. ~ JL [ Hk £?crfci esd Offleso I »slw4s&. K21, Sjr&aaSi j / — j Q&y OEka i £2I3a Qoar'ea Street. / B ? jtk EMitaw ead Tew»eelSfc

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Commissioner Suggested IN PLACE OF MEAT BOARD. WITH ADVISORY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Commissioner Suggested 9N PLACE OF MEAT E30ARQ. WITH ADVISORY COMMITTEE. A deputation of carcase butchers and exporters suggested this week that in place of the Metropolitan Meat Board there should be a Commissioner, toge ther with an Advisory Committee made op of representatives from the various sections and acting in an honorary caps city. ' . There is something in the suggestion, of course. Ono man, provided he was the right man, wouldl be sufficient to do the work that the Metropolitan Meat Board is now doing. There is really no necessity for a Board of thriee members giving the whole of their time to the work. But would t&e Government appoint tfeeriskt man? It all turns on tibatl REPRESENTATION. . The deputation represented the car case butchers and the meat exporters, and waited on the Under Secretary of the Chief Secretary's Department — Mr. Oakes was n9t available. Mr. Ford, -speaking for the carcase butchers, said the personnel of tlie pfopesed Advisory Committee sh...

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RINDERPEST. STAMPED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

RINDERPEST. STAMPED OUT. As the health authorities are now satisfied that the rinderpQBt disease in West Australia has been effectually eradicated, all the special Quarantine restrictions which were imposed, both within and without the State; are be ing reihoved as from yeBterday. Mr. Robertson, whose services were lent for the work by the Victorian Gov ernment, has beeh granted ah honora rium of £200 by the Federal Govern ment. An English trader alleges that Aus tralia has pooled both' meat and wool to force Up prices. Another example of the necessity for going away from home to get the news of home.

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

i.muwiaiwiiwuiiiiiiiiMMBWMBWMBwiBwwiatMiminmwimuniimiiaaaneMminwnimwwi'i'— Mt— - Change : of Agents McCsilte Wlifeat PicMere This Agency has now beenX transferred, and big Stocks of these -well-known pickling machines will be on hand by the 28th inst., for immediate delivery. * As these have to come from South Australia, it is advisable to ! ; place your orders at once, a3 there Is a very heavy demand for them, and, unless orders' are placed early, supplies will not be available. Already those coming forward have been heavily booked against. S These Machines consist of a 70-galL Cask, fitted with strong I hoisting Derrick and Tackle, a patentecNPerforated Copper Immerser f to hold two or three bushels of grain, and ah Iron Bag Holder. \ Price, complete with Oak Cask, £12/10/-; Pine Casks are 30/ j each cheaper, but we strongly recommend Oak Casks. § These Machines are the latest bt oil. Every grain gets thor I oqghly pickled without being soaked, smut spores are positively I destroy...

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

[?] 5^ss (Bp our Tmpdlhng Correspondent — B. W. B. Thomas.) ? esss Tlio \YeU'knowp Oakvale Station tate wua offered for sale op the Ctl» March, by Messrs.1 Sellav and Quodilng, auctioiieers, .. at Coomn. ?? Oakvale ISBtate hnti been'heid i-y one faanily for over, 50 years, the Co^graves. Mr. It. H. Truman, of Sydney, and Mr. JoJiu C. Body, of Cooaja, acting as trustees la the Estate of the late J. C. H. Cosgrovo, were -present. The flrst block offered contained 1981 acres and) fell to the bid of Mr. Blythe, of Queanbeyan, ftt £3 per acre. The second block offered,- of 1480 acres, was knocked down to tiie same buyer at a similar price. The third block of 1410 acres was also secured by Mr. Blythe, at £3/5/- per -acre; The fourth block of 028 acres was bought by Mr. Night ingale, of Sydney; at £8 per acre. The flfth block, of 1830 £'acres leasehold, brought 7/0 per acre. The total sales amounted to £20,075. The balance of the blocks are being treated for pri vately, and there Is no dou...

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

_________ o* j 'tip- ] Open for all classes of g General Banking Business in the principal Cities and Towns of Australia, London (2) and New Guinea (2). Savings Bank Department I at all Branches and Savings Bank Agencies at 3189 Poot Offices throughout the Commonwealth of Australia, the Territories ' of Papua and New Guinea, Solomon Islands Protectorate, and other islands of . the Pacific. INTEREST -i'r 3J per cent, on Savings Bank balances up to £1 .000. 3 per cent, on any additional balance up to £300, making n total . of £1,3G0 on which interest is allowed. Aotlnar Governor. JAMES KELL.

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Good Australians: 55 [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Good Australians: 55 Mr. E. R. Graham. THE magnitude and importance of the Australian wool industry needs no elaboration, and the facilities provided for the real isation of our golden fleece are recognised as being in keeping with the industry. It is, however, questionable whether those connected with the industry have an adequate conception of the vast amount of time and thought called for in the administrative circles of the trade in planning out the selling campaign, in keeping the interests of. growers and buyers from clashing, and in dealing 'with the problems and critical positions which inevitably arise from time to time. Wool sales may appear to run on automatic lines, but the path of progress is often perilous and beset with great difficulties, and the administrative authorities have to be ever vigilant to see that -the interests of producers are adequately .protected and that at the same time all the reasonable requiiements of the wool user aie anet and confidence maintai...

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Our New Serial "The Lady Boss" (All Rights Reserved) CHAPTER. II (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Oar New ? o Serial [?] By ? . . Leila Hamilton (All Rights Reserved) CHAPTER, II (Continued). Mr a. Wallace looked at Patricia for a moment, as though she doubted lier reasou. ''But Miss Mills is the greatest little fool I've ever met— the woman lias no: brains whatever.' 'Precisely why I want her,' returned Patricia, decisively. 'I wonder if she would come?' Mrs. Wallace did not reply, but marched on in dlgnifiedi silence for some ' distance, then, slowly a smile twitched tlie corners of her mouth, and her eyes twinkled. 'I don't know,' she observed, after n pause* 'If there, is not something in the idea. You certainly wouldn't fall out with her, for she would agree' with you- if you said that Melbourne wus the capital of Timbuctoo, and her charac ter, if she has one, poor thing, is be yond! reproacu. *iut' or c0'rse- y°u would have to approach her in a very tactful manner, for, remember, besides being tho daughter of some Captain v or other in India, she is a friend of Mrs. Dolman...

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