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"NIGHTS OFF" SYDNEY REPERTORY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

45 MIGHTS W By LAWRENCE O'BOY. SYDNEY REPERTORY THEATRE. THIS remarkable play by the Eng lish poet, John Drinkwuter, is tlie most striking of liis stage writings. First published in 1018, it is now in its seventeenth impressions. It was first produced, at the Birmingham Ilepertory Tneatre (England) on 12th October, 1918, and established the author as a playwright with an almost method of play construction. A chronicler precedes the rising of 1 the curtain at each scene. Kinsmen, you shall behold Our sUigc t n mimic action, mould A man's character. The play opens in the parlor of Abraham Lincoln's lionse at Springtile, Illinois, curly in 1800. Two elderly neighbours sit smoking by the lire. Mr. Stone: Abraham. It's a good name for a man to bear, anyway. Mr. Cuffney: Yes. That's right. Mr. Stone: Abraham Lincoln. I've known him forty years. Never crooked once. Well. Mr. Cuffney: I suppose there's no doubt about tho message they'll bring? Mr. Stone: No, that's settled right enough. Jt'...

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

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

| MADE IN AUSTRALIA ? 'Buzacott' Oil Engines 2 H.P. (Guaranteed) i: .. Jfetitor than any imported engine. Why send your money out of the country ? Ci. n;i .w^gine8 are made in sizes 2, 3, 5 and 7 h.p., and are dised. Duplicates immediately available, ited Catalogue on request. . I: Market Street,' Sydnay and Adelaide Street, Brisbane.

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

I SraaSS - Big .. Returns' ] ' ! : ? ' ? 'IF YOU um . ; ? - i; PRO -PHY- LAC- Tie . 'T ] £12/17/6 I. ' PER TOM '

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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CATTLE PRICES In Queensland WHY THE DISPARITY? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

CATTLE PRICES In Queensland WHY THE DISPARITY? Queensland cattle men fliid it hard to understand why there uhould be such disparity in the prices paid for cattle by tlie vari ?- ous meat companies. They would like an explanation from the meat companies. At a meeting of the Queenslandi State' Advisory Meat Board last weelj. a letter was received from the United Graziers' Association of Queensland referring to the disparity between the prices paid for cattle in the northern, central, and southern divisions of the State. It referred, also, to the subsidy On canned meat, which had been cannfed within the period) during which the subsidy could be claimed, but had nbt been exported before December 31st. The chairman explained that every thing had been done to get the Minister for Cdstomis to agree to the payment of subsidy da such meat, but the Min ister had not .been able to make the concession. 'MIGHT BE PREPARED.' The chairman reported that he had Instructed the secretary to invite the...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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IS IT A RECORD? 2,000 EWES AT £3 A HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

IS IT A RECORD7 2,000 EWES AT £3 A HEAD. From Scone; At a record sale by Messrs. H. E. A. ahd V. White, of Belltrees, near Scone, 2,000 high-class merino ewes were- sold at £3 a head to a north-western- buyer. The srile is said to constitute an Australian record for the numbet Of ewiBs sold .tin one station on account of a single breeder.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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COUNTRY PARTY. POLITICS Winning the Votes GETTING THE PARLIAMENT WE DESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

COUNTRY PARTY, POLITICS Winning the Votes SETTING THE PARLIAMENT WE DESERVE. ''Mr. J. J. Price, General Secretary of the Progressive Party of N.S.W,, wrote the following letter' to the 'Herald' this week: — Your sub-leader af this morning, un der the above heading, contains seve ral statements to which exception must be taken. For instance, you say: uTlvArvt?hAr£* i+.hTWii_crVi/\n*. Amaf-raJin. tVia activities of the farmers' unions have similarly disunited the forces opposed to Socialism.' This we flatly contradict, and can con clusively prove to any unbiassed mind that the very reverse applies, vie., that it is the provision of an alternative Party which, drives a wedge into the Socialistio camp and attracts a consi derable section of moderate thought. It is the acquisition of this saner ele ment, popularly known as 'Moderate Labor,' which makes all the differenoe in the form of Government obtained. These seats are not lost to Labor, but gained from Labor. PARTISAN STATEMENT. Agai...

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

? LUCERNE SEED.- I Immediate Delivery (freight plaid), i Guaranteed fee jiuihe, evefr^ gi-aln HUNTER RIVER grown, true broadleaf variety or TAMWOHTH Blown, true Purple Top or CANOWINDRA grown, new, season's crop. Heavily re-cleaned, and free from mixture with any imported Lucerne Beed; Put up in sound double corhsacka, FREIGHT PAID by goods train to any Railway Station In N.S.W. Delivery wheh required until Juno 30th . next. Samples posted. Less tban E61bB costs. lb. extra. .f* Wi WILLIAMS & CO., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sjrdcof. ' ? r . ' . '

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

HOMEBUSH YARDINCS. tSHEJEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). Year. 1923 ? 3,013,878 , Year, J922 .' ? 3,502,184 ? February ? 152,442 January, 1924 ? 220,477 August, 1923 ? ? ? 105,340 Sooteiuber ? ? 179,053 October ? ? ? 288,830 November ? ? ? 233,898 December ? ? 239,735 Last Monday ? 12,618 Last ,^'hurBday ? 22,322 'l'o-ilay (drawn for) ? 32,107 CATTLE. Year, 1923 ? 329,841 Year. 19J2 ? 303,329 February ? ? ? 24,342 January, 1924 ? 30,510 August! 1923 ? 27,002 September ? 21,737 October ? 23,816 November ? 28,694 December ? 22,663 Last Monday ? ? ? ? ? 3.284 Last Thursday ? ! ? 3,595 To-day (drawn for) ? 3.833

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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WHY MEN LEAVE THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Y/HY MEN LEAVE THE LAND. 'Experienced Grazier' writes: — You will remember me calling on you some time ago for a chat, and I promised to give you some details of whv tho people from the country are flocking to the city. When I saw an article bv Sir Thomas Henley in the 'Herald,' it reminded me of mv pro mise, also of an argument I liad some fJiivwi vrmrc nnrn onrl fnlli/sa wnrrl fnr i word of my remarks. Also, for the conclusion I came to which resulted in my selling out and coming to the citv. and investing my capital. I sav without fear of contradiction, that, because of tlie Government, pre sent taxation, increased freights, and 50 other things, there is no encourage ment for people of any ordinary intel ligence to remain on tlie land. They work seven days a week, often 16 to 18 hours a day, and have to dub up half in taxes. It gives no encourage ment whatever to produce more than is necessary to livo on. in my case, ana tnere are minareas like it, while my family was young they ...

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

WILFUL WASTE. I Mr. Robert H. Lalor, Seven Hills, writes : — Apparently Mr. Defence Minister Bowdeii has approved of an idiotic suggestion to sink the Commonwealth's onlv battle cruiser, Australia, between Svdney and Hobart. Such a wilful waste of public pro perty cannot be entertained, particu larly so, when many sailors and sol diers are homeless in Sydney, plus the hitrli rents ruling. Is the vessel useful for: — 1. A depot for the Harbour Trust? 2. A home for ex-members of the Army and Navy? 3. A convalescent hospital for re turned war sufferers? 4. Depot for the Board of Health? ?-. Depot for Taxation Department, Public Library, or Lands Department? If utterly useless for the foregoing, can it not be utilised as a — 1. Breakwater on one of our many ports ? 2. Used in construction of one of tlio many bridges so long delayed in N.S.W.?' 3. Used for storing oil, coal, or ex plosives, etc.? The proposed sinking of this vessel will again prove the Government's de liberate intention ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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GRAZIERS AND THE FLEET HELP IN THE ENTERTAINING [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

f ! GRAZIERS AND THE FLEET 1 ; i I HELP IN THE ENTERTAINING Admiral Beatty, First $ea Lord, has suggested to , the Premier of N.S.W. that effprts might be made to arrange for some of the ofi^pers and midshipmen qf the the British Fleet, now visiting Australia, to see some thing of station life. The Premier has communicated with Mr. J. W. Allen, General Secretary of the Graziers' a ? ? ? » ; ? notiwbittuuui 2 Mr. Alien would be very pleased to hear from any 1 graziers who are prepared to talce some of the officers : and midshipmen for a few days. All train arrange- | ipents will bp attended to this qnd- The grazier is asked : to take the, officers and midshipmen in hand at the end \ of the rail journey. : Mr. Allen would like you to tell him how many you _ 5 'can take, and where you will meet them. Write to Mr. e Allen direct. : It is to be hoped that numbers of graziers will give | the British officers and midshipmen a chance to see the : Raal Australia. j

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Is It Unique? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Is It Unique? I Mr. T. B. Starky, Spring s ure, Queensland, writes: — 1 have the skin of a black sheep, which I consider a re markable freak. This sheep greio black wool for about five months , then apparently iclute wool for about six weeks, then black wool again. 1 should like to know whether any oy your readers have seen a ' similar case, or, if this is ' unique, is there any scientific explanation of the fact ? 1 will keep the skin and probably send it to a Sydney woolbroker to exhibit, if unique. I have been over 10 years amongst sheep, and have never seen a similar thing.

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

MEAT PRICES The Metropolitan Meat Board supplies us with the following list of the wholesale prices of meat dllvered at retail butch ers' Shops from Pyrmont Meat Depot on Thursday (20/3. '24); — BEEF. Per lb.. Ox Bodies ? 3d to 4d Ox Hlnda ? 4d to 5'/sd Ox Fores ? 1%d to 2d Maximum price for Ox Bodies ? 4l4d Cow Bodies ? 2!/2d to 3!/id Cow Hinds ? 3l/2d to 5d Cow Fores ? I'/id to 2d Maximum price for Cow Bodies .... 4d MUTTON:. Lambs ? 7'/2d to 8d Hoggets ? 7d to 7'/zd Wethers ? 6d to 6'/2d Ewes ? 5y2d to 6d 'Pork . ? 11t/2d to 1/3

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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PROBLEMS SOLVED BY LETTING TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

PROBLEMS SOLVED BY LETTINC TENDERS. ill*. E. S. Twigg, Cowra, writes: — Wyangla Weir and the South Lacli lan Railway line, that connect the ? central line of Australia from Condobo lin to Canberra Federal Capital, are two of the greatest national works. Want of money is no excuse now since letting the North Shore bridge. lie making small weirs below the main works for irrigating seems beyond understanding, but a weir at the towns would he nice for boating, etc. Tho proposed weir is estimated to hold more water than is available, so surely a running stream at the bottom of the river will have less evaporation and more permanent water even if every man wished to erect pumping plants. When the weir is made, I should say it would contain one main chan nel of water, running on each side of the river on high ground, and smaller channels branching off by gravitation to water the flats. The Government should immediately value the ground, so as to stop specula tors. One section of this railw...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THE POLITICAL CRISIS PROGRESSIVE VIEWPOINT. REPLY TO CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

the political crisis 'PROGRESSIVE VIEWPOINT. REPLY TO CRITICISM. Mr. J. J. Price, General Sscrctary of the Progressive Party of N.S.\V., wrote tlie following letter to the 'Daily Telegraph' : — Your leader of Monday, under tlio heading of 'Tlie Political Crisis,' prompts me to pen a few lines dealing with. tho situation as it actually exists. xou say : Tlie lsenuigo resolution rai&es the whole question of composite Minis tries. We are, therefore, entitled to ask what is the position of the present Ministry in New South Wales — what is to bo tho attitude of the Country Party towards it at the end of the Parliament?' Now, the inference is that a com posite Government exists in the State Parliament of N.S.W. If such be the case, what, then, is the position of Colonel Bruxner, who is al ways referred to in tho Press as 'Loader of the Progressive Party,' and, moreover, whose status is officially recognised by the Speaker of tho Legislative Assembly m the matter of provision, of a...

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CLYDESDALES AT MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

CLYDESDALES AT MUDGEE. Mr. V. D. Cox, Mudgee, writes:' — I was considerably surprised to see in your issue of 7th March, an article by Mr. Robert. Kaleski, headed, 'A Retrograde Step.'' In this article ho takes the Mudgee Agricultural Society to task on account of their having de cided to put in their schedule a. class for CIvdesdales. which, before being entered, must be eligible for entry in the Stud Book. I always understood it was one of the {functions of an agricultural society to try and improve the kind of horses and all animals, and consider it was a most progressive step, and not a retrograde ono, to cater for pure-bred draught stock. The contributor says it is a retrograde step, because many owners of first-class draught mares buy them at auctions, and havo not tho least idea of their breeding, and to penalise mon ifor not having pedigree stock, seems to him wrong. It is to say tho least most peculiar for a stock paper of your reputation to have a writer who thus decries t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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What Readers Think WILD DOG MENAGE. IN QUEENSLAND. STOCKOWNER'S APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

r«t^gsMB333££SStS53I®ra3i5^ ^ / What Reader© Think WILD ©OS MENAGE. ^ -, . ,? , - ?— 4— ? ? - IN QUEENSLAND. STOCKOWNER'S APPEAL. Mr. Robert P. Lord, Victoria Downs, Morven (Q.), writes the following, add ing that it would probably apply to N.S.W; as well.— Following the dingo menace through the lost period of ten years, can one say that anything of a really beneficial nature has been doner Ask those who are practically concerned, and they, will all unanimously tell you, 'noth- ing.' You havo only to discuss it with the stockowners, and one and all will agree that this pest is £n the increase, and in a. good number of instances it is driving sheep-breeders off their hold ings. The present method of bonus and dog-netting is certainly helpful to many, but it is not decreasing tlie pest which, unless 83'stemutically tackled at the root of the trouble, will so on in creasing under present methods. Thinking the matter over, the follow ing idea lias appealed to me as being perhaps a solut...

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

English Built PETROL AND KEROSENE ENGINES. .2 B.H.P., f.o.r., Sydney £68 3 B.H.P ? £85 5 B.H.P ? £100 7 B.H.P ? £145 9 B.H.P ? £165 12 B.H.P ? £200 Sizes up to 28 B.H.P., Portable or Stationary. Send for Bulletin. BIG!, Gi?E & co. mi. 10-18 tag Street, em. 1 I

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

'in 'ii immii i. mi im ni'*T'''iarv'' 1 ' wswiirrfjnrmwiw'WfigmfWiMiHjiiMitniyiii A. SAUNDERS' Solid Leather Kit Bag; nickel^ fittings, cloth lined. ^ 18 inch — 35/- ? A. SAUNDERS' auto-strop safety razor, k|||r 'Wfh Strop and 3 Blades ; in black Jfi Best Quality Nickel Plated, with f fill Strop and 12 blades ; in nickel case. g Extra Blades— 3/- set of 5 aslil 1 Special -Illustrated Price List 'forwarded on Request. N*f POSTAGE PAID 0N ALL ORDERS. A. SAUNDERS WATCHMAKER — JEWELLER 805-813 George Street, Sydney (Opp. Railway Station).

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