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Wild Tales That They Tell in the City [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Wild Tales That They Tell in the City ^fONDERFUL how those city people can figure out just what the men on the land are making. 'Figures never lie,' the old saying it, but sometimes one wonders do they ever tell the truth. In last week's issue, the Sydney 'Worker,' official organ of the A.W.U., published an article under the title of 'The Happy Squatter,' in which all sorts of figures were quoted to show that the sheepowner is im measurably better off than ever. 'The Worker' figured it out to its complete satisfaction. The won der is that 'The Worker' itself doesn't become a sheepowner, and thereby win to Paradise. At least, 'The Worker' pictures it as Paradise, and, of course, it would know. According to 'The Worker's' figures, the increase in the price of all classes of wool in the last twelve months is about twenty-five per cent. It states that in the same period the increase in the wages of shearers was approximately eight and a half per cent., and that the increases in other cl...

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

Prgn@lpag HaftJis Ammgm K. Wilson, 12 bllts. ... 14 0 3 Allan Ball, 9 blks. ... 13 0 1 A. A. - Oo., 27 blks. ... 12 9 1 L. K. Lawrie, 19 blks. ... U 12 V E. King, 30 blks. ... 10 10 8 Peel River L. and M. Co., Ltd., 30 baliooka ... 10 5 10 Maekellar Bros , 18 blks. ... 9 16 11 H. E. A. and V. White, 70 blks.... 9 8 9 P. Stacy, 22 blkB. ...9 6 2 ; A. Moore, 11 blks. ... 9 4 11 J. A. Donnelly, 13 blks. „. 9 4 10 Roche and Arragon, il blks. ... 9 2 0 Conda Station, 10 blks. ... 9 0 9 E. E. Dangar, 73, blks. ... 8 19 9 E. Grosvenor, 9 blks. ... 8 18 5 E. Davis, 11 blks. ' ... 8 4 u M. Gittoes, 8 bike. ... 8 1 8 J. Grainger, 11 blks. ... 7 17 0 Springfield, Stn., 50 blks. ... 7 14 7 Iteg. Nash, 11 blks. ... 7 9 0 iJ. Johnson, 22 bike. ... 7 8 6 W. R. Hindmarsh, 15 blks. ... 6 19 6 M. Maloney, 5 blks. ... 6 2 0 Est, J. Robinson, 5 bllts. ... 6 15 0 W. J. Hills, 20 b. and stra. ... 9 6 6 Mrs. E. O. Nigel Smith, 9 b aad s 8 10 4 J. Kidston, 9 blks and strs. ... 8 8 7 F. J. White and Son, 7 ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE STOCK MARKET. (By special wire to the "Stock Journal." Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

BRISBANE STOCK MARKET. (By special wire to the 'Stock Journal.' BrlHbane, Thursday. 4600 sheep wore yarded at Enoggora on Wednesday. The quality wa~s fair and ex. cited lteen competition generally. Good wethere' made to 7'/jd. Lxmba were in firm demand and mado to 9d. 2500 cattS) wei;e yarded. Traxlo bullocks wore in heavy supply, Good bullock beoi mado to 25s: prime sorts dearer; cows to 25s per 100 lbs. For List of Trucking seo page '-4.

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

MAKE M0MEY Ob tlio sole ©? yorar Fat Stock By taking, ndvaiaiase of . ' THE BENEFITS OUR- ORGANISATION OFFERS EsporisEce-d Auctioneers Pesraosaal attention to all bnsinoss. Prompt Returns WIRE YOUR TRUCK REQUIREMENTS TO ' ' BADGERY BROTHERS LIMITED 10 Casdereagia Street SYDNEY _________ OF ON WOOL tj^%! ON FAT STOCK, STUD STOCK, PRODUCE, PIGS a CALVE8. ©F COMMISSION CHARGED WERE RETUltNED TO ALL CLIENTS LAST YEAR .BY THE. hpnfti H?ni t Mb Company, Limited Oar organisation is the result of 26 years' close association with the mam on the land, and is so constituted as to make permanent clients by giving the maximum value at a minimum cost. ???-??.;? President: | JOHN McOATJGHEY. | Directorate I EHE HON. DR. NORMAN W. KATER, Ml.C. (Chairman), ' B JOHN McDONALD, * PETER LESLIE, I C. S. McPHILLAMY, THE HON. THOS. WADDELL, M.L.C. KATTHEW ROBINSON, FRANK YOUNG. ,M- GEORGE MAIDEN. f' — I FilANK YOUNG, GEORGE MAIDEN ' General Manager. ' Assistant General Manager. | Address : 3 BENT ST., SYDN...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Come, Let's Reason Together [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Come, Let's Reason Together nPO many people it seems that the Victorian Farmers' Union has struck a blow at Composite Ministries throughout Australia. Perhaps it has, but this paper is optimistic enough to believe that at least the Federal Composite Ministry 'will survive the blow, and that possibly other Com posite Ministries will come. Probably the Bendigo Conference never anticipated that its shot would fetch down immediately the Victorian Composite Ministry. Con ference expressly stated, anyway, that its resolution was not aimed at the Federal Ministry. Possibly, had Mr. Lawson, Premier of Victoria, not been so precipitate in his action, the Composite Ministry in that State would have survived. After all, here is the fundamental position as it appears to the 'Stock Journal': The Country Party and the Nationalist Party have much in com mon. Neither party has an absolute majority in the New South Wales, Victorian, or Federal Parliaments. This being so, surely it is possible for 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

- ? ' 1 ? ? ? ! 'Vtv nrrill'rawilw;-L!1!tBa*gagMtaiWI wjiwiugeigpaggaiii 111 ? ? ? ? 1 j .-—SYDNEY — , AGENTS THAT SELL STOCK AT HOMEBUSH 1 1 ?WE IGUS & SON LIMITED 1 28 O'Connell Street, Sydney. ( WWCB001K, CARSON LIMITED Bridge Sireet, Sydney. WILKINSON AND LAVENDER LIMITED 1 Spring Street, Sydney. JOSEPH LEEDS & CO. S Spring Street, Sydney. BADGERY BROS., LTD. 10 Castlereagh St., Sydney. PITT, SON & BADGERY LIMITED 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. SHEPPARD, HARVEY St rn 89 Pitt Street, Sydney. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRODUCE CO. LIMITED 3 Bent Street, Sydney. A. MCILREE & CO. 7 Bligh Street, Sydney. - I' J AGENTS THAT] ? ; SELL- STOCK & I t PROPERTY IN ' ': THE COUNTRY ; MUDGEE. V . A. F. Dunn & Co. t Crossing fi Cox. . , .* Malono 4. Barrett. NARRANDERA. Lloyd Brothers. Ceo. F. Culley and Co. NYNGAN. A. Lyne and Co. Smith and Holmas, OBERON. □. T. McMcekin. ORANGE. J. S. Leeds & Co. PARKES. Walter j. Kelly & Co. PEAK HILL....

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COASTAL SHOWERS THE FORECAST. AT A GLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

COASTAL SHOWERS THE FORECAST. AT A GLANCE. Thero haa been little rain daring the past few days, reports the ''Weather Bureau.' What falls have occurred wero confined to coaatal areas, falls being mostly light to moderate, except for a few falls over an inch in the North, Inland, tho weather haa continued fine generally, with fairly moderate temperatures. FJno , weather is expected generally, but . there' is a slight tendency to cause unset tled weather in Western and Southern divisions, which may be followed by some scattered showers. NEW SOUTH WALES STATISTICS. Period Three days ended at 9 a.m. on Thursday. ' , Highest Temperature recorded: D9 de grees at Wilcanula and Tibooburuft dur ing Monday. ? , Lowest Temperature recorded: 35 de grees at -Nimmitabel during Tuesday night. , ? Highest point reached by barometer at 9 a.m.: 30.33, inches at Port Macquarie on Thursday. ..... Lowest Point recorded by barometer at 9 a.m.: 29.91 inches at ? Canberra on Tuesday. Heaviest fall of rain ...

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

CHEAP TEA We recommend in the. teas offered only those bearing tie 'Tarla' Brand— then you will be well satisfied. If you are not, they can be returned to us free of all cost to you. Nothing could be more fair, and you will realise the wisdom of the above. If the market is going up how can prices be cheaper? Many persons do not l£ke China Tea. , WE DO NOT TAKE CHINA RATION TEA BACK. China Ration Tea, 501b. Chesta ? 1/1 lb. No. 1 'Tarla' broken Pekoe Tea, 1001b. Chests, 1/4 lb. I No- 3 'TARLA' Brand Genuine Broken Orange 8 PekdaTea, 1001b. Cheats ? 1/7| Ub. | Special Tea — Tarla No» S 2/9 Tea at 1/9 lb. This is a tea for special good purposes, where the highest grade tea is wanted, which we are able to offer at 1/9 lb., in 56 lb. chests. This is a 2/9 retail line in lib. packets. If you want something extra good, this is it, viz. HILL GROWN— NEW GARDEN ORANGE PEKOE TIPS, 1/9 lb., 56 lb. chests. Note : — All above are less 2£% discount, payment 30 days1 FAR. immediate delivery. Less t...

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

THE RAINFALL. No rain was reported up to 9 a.m. on Tuesday. Since then, up to 9 a.m. on Thursday, the following was the only rain recorded: — Northern Tablelands : Tabulam 101, . Tenterfield 2 points. Central Tablelands: Llthgow 2, Ka toomba 6, Kurrajong 5 points. North Coast: Clarence Heads 2, Dor rigo 90, Coffs Harbour 136. BelUeren 23, Nambucca Heads 65, Kempsey 3, Maclean '3 points. ? jHastings, Hunter and Manning: Port Macquarig 45. Laurieton 219, Manning Heads 184, Taree 13, Forster 129, Seal Rocks 78. Maitland 20, Raymond Ter race 14, Gosford 15, Wyong 76 points. Metropolitan: Sydney. 29 points. South Coast: Picton 4, Wollongong 12, Robertson 10, Sutton Forest 2, Kiama. 20, Jervis Bay 2, Bateman's Bay 4, Mo ruya Heads 4, Bodalla 1 point.

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

WEATHER REPORTS. following Information is compiled from the weather bulletins Issued bv th« JY5S. Bureau each morning. In the 'barometer' columns will be found tho reading corrected and brought down- to sea-level of the barometers at that station J1'!1?* the roomings named. The 'thermometer' is . the reading of tho ' » thermometer taken at the same time, while 'weather' is the weather observed at that time. The 'wind' column shows the direction of the wind and Its ESth 9 a-m- on the last day of the period. The final coliTmn shows the height and movement either of the river at that particular town, or the state of tho sea when the station is on the sea coast, for the last day , of the period. || Barometer. | Thermometer| Weather. | Wind |River -j Station. IITu'es. | Wed.| Thur.l Tues. We IThu.l T. I W. I T. f Th„r I Wllcannia II 30.10 | 30.26 | — 72 64 I — P15 F i F I Calm — TTtTr Wentworth |l 30.19 30.32 | 30.32 59 58 62 Fc F C SE1 17 9 ' Bourke ? 1| 30.05 | 30.20 | 30.24 72 67 62 F...

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

IROHU REPAIRS GUN8. For LONG RANGE SHOOTING JHi?„tni^rlyoC!T'^Iolloivay and Naughton Special 12-Qauge Long Rf^ge Ham mer Gun. WITH 36in. BARRELS 5°th of which are full ehoko and 9,V wbered , for ain cartridges, high ? iiu^ PJ6 w,edg0 taBt- cross PPlt wlUj side clips, heavy breech Si.P''''! stock j weight, 81ba. 6ozs. Ssppcla) Prlpe, £14/16/-} Poet Frap. A NEW WONDERFUL ? , ' HIQH V6M-P!TY SHOT OWN W1„8UPER X CARTRIDGE Will kill those wise old ducks that Joy ride qutslde the range of the other Cartridges, w(U kill foxes at 70 yards Price: 4sPtl,UBeJ*?Jr)' Per. 100, 0/8 box 2%ln., 32/5 per 100, 0/3 per box 20 and 10 gauge, SO/, per 100, 7/0 per Write for Latest Price list and Pamphlet 81*. BQHU (fcsfc) A.I. p.), Successor to IV. Ofjifesa A .fiffiagi'' '

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CITY INTERPRETATION OF COUNTRY INTERESTS IS QUEER [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

; ' ,'GITY: .SNTEEPWKTICW ? -OF- ? ? COUNTRY INTEKESTS |S ; QUEER ? ' You novor knew what straago thinjja t«o city pojwp wOJ ew about - ttiQ country , Knowing next to nothing aJiQut it, ilioy glva t3u*ii- iraaginafclosjs fjlll mm, TbRr-- m«efc to vmif cikmktes -il tuo cayntay over frhat appoarp in . city papers. ' : IJ nforiua/itejy , howovar, * 4 ? groat 'io«y aifey potsplo tsJ»9 esriouMy aU tliey read fn tS-e- city papers, and the poll. tiRusjia always' tovBtfesjy ewe to the - gposmg for publio opinion. So directly, an-J indiroctly^ the oomtsj gets a .»» oafesr papara, , F-y years nasa on fcbp Jjjstd Us-vt- been that tfeaj? go niisq&d^rstood by tho :p*sy .p$opta, largely bocausot-fco papers tfe&fc ciSy pbsplo read gi y$ little or no s&aca to tbo r®sl fftot§ about x»Bs»fcry life.- If tSieTQis & murder in tlu? country tho city papers can giro pages to it, wnj turn thgfa- brfeh wt mo» on fey th# tracfe. . §afc when it opines' to real country interests,...

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Henry Ford The Human Side [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Memry Foird The Hramn -SMe |, Of tie .mafcinf* of l-ooka about Henry Ford, there is Do end. Tliere is more copy in Ilenry Ford than there even I i» tlio Forces. Good copy, tool From AngUH & Robertson, Ltd., we have received ii copy of 'Honry Ford,' by tlie Rov. William X-. Stl tiger, Tlie ltev. gentleman knows Henry Ford well, and ills, business, in tills book, is to tell tlje world sonnetblng of tlie human side of tlie world's ricliest man. He ^ot Henry to answer some of the questions that the world is asking about hhni AUogetUur .lt nmlte^ a very read able boflk. Henry Ford. is in the way of becoming aa wellrknown as his wo tor^oars. He de&erves to be ! HIS MONEY. What -Is Henry Ford going to -Jo with llin nirainvt r/it'a nnn^ *#?«* t WUI. (* ij uvio . ? »? Ci'i you can tell them there is no 'going to do* about it. !'«} doing it now!- I am investing my money in men; every cent of it; and shall continue to do so. 'When people ask one what I am go ing to do with my m...

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VALUE OF SMOKING [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

VALUE OF SMOKING ? * ? (By a Medical Correspondent of 'Tho L9ndon Times.') The discovery recently of a small quantity of Indian hemp ('cannabis indica' or 'hashish') in tobacco ap pears to have aroused considerable un easiness. The old' arguments against smoking in all its forms have been advanced once more, and we have been told on medical authority that this habit is responsible ,5or most of our present day ills. Unhappily for this view, every seri ous attempt which has been made to test the claim that smoking is un healthy has failed. Some years ago, for example, it was suggested that a condition knosra as 'soldier's heart' was due to the excessive us© of cigar ettes. A number of the victims of this complaint wero invited to offer themselves for test, and smoked the usual 'gaspers' under strict super vision. Beyond a slight quicbeaing of the pulse nothing was observed which could reasonably be called a harmful effect. Tlie investigation, indeed, was of so negative a kind that no ...

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

'What Is it Doing? j That is the trouble with most city papers. The news that matters to them is the news that happens more particu larly in the metropolitan area. 'Jlhe JJuardian' ^ives, if anything, less space to country interests than most of the jbther daily papers. But it doesn't hesitate to pose as an expert on coun try intereets when it suits it. t It is through the Australian Meat pouncil that the Australian producers hope to improve the sale of their meat abroad. This, apparently, in the eyes of 'The Guardian,' is criminal on tie part of the stockowners. 'Tho Guardian' ap parently prefers to see 'Australian cattle men go on selling their beef abroad at unprofitable prices. 'The Guardian' perhaps lyould whoop with joy if Australia gave its meat away abroad. There is no accounting for tho juvenile mind I For years the cattle men of Queens land have had rough times owing to the low price of beef overseas and inefficient organisation in Australia. Now that, a splendid effort is...

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Fruit Markets MUNICIPAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Fruit Markets MUNICIPAL MARKET. APPLES: Local, choice dessert, 10/- to 14/-. smaJl 4/- to 9/-; cooking- to 10/- per bushel ease. BANANAS: 10/- to 30/- per ease. CITEUS FEDI'iS: Oranges, to 20/-; Valen cies, to 22/.; lemons, 5/- to lu per bushel case. GRAPES: Muscateis, choice black 10/-: Black Humburgs, 4 j. to 10/-: white varie ties, 3 1- to 61- per lialf-case. PEACHES: From 2/- to 6/- per half case; Victorian 3/- to 8/- per case. PASSTONFKUIT : At- to 16/-. extra choice 19/- per half-bushel case. PEARS: Local 5;. to 10/-, green 2/- to 5/-; Victorian, 8,'- to 12/-; cooking 3/- to 6/. per case. PINEAPPLS: Queens, to 12/-; Ripleys, 61- to 7/- per case. PLUMS: Victorian, 7/- to 10/- per case; local, choice dark, 3/- to 8/-, light 4/-, small and jam lots 2/- to 2/6 per half case. ? ? ? ? QUINCES: 3/- to 6/- per case ROCK1IELONS: 4/. to 7/- per dozen. SWEET CORN : 1/6 per half-case. TOMATOES: 2/- to 3/- per half-case.

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Public Opinion Rules [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Public Opinion Bulea ' ? Seauohot? or other tha intyn on the ,« land wfljl havo to alter matters, They will havo f- got th® facts about their intoreato, ana their point of view; op pressed regularly, oomprebenai vftly . and expertly in tho ojty. Governments are snainly at tho beck and call of the ctues, any tjbo men on the Janq will Havo to oomo td the cities to get a fair {leal from tho Govea-amauts. J We ore living in an ago when Public Opinion is King. Public opinion pokes and unmaken Governments, If you front a tquaro deal you must 6Qe to pQblio opinion. The men on the land want only a square deal, but tho t rouble) is that tbe city doesn't understand what a square -l©al is for th® country, The city Press misleads the city, publio, Now we have tbe 'Daily Chj&rdiau' toiling , tho city that tho. .Australian Meat Council is., likely to develop into a hu&e meat trust, that uould pick the pockets of consumers throughout Australia. 'Tho Guardian' is a re markable paper...

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What Does It Want? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

What Does 'It Want? What has 'The Guardian' ever done sonable space to country interests? Its for the oountvy P Has it ever seriously mental liori&on is bounded by Parra endeavoured to understand the country matta, Horns by, and Age 21. point of view? Has it ever given rea

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SYDNEY—PIGS AND CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

SYDNEY— PIGS AND CALVES. About 1250 pigB were forward at the Abat toir' saleyard* on Wednesday. These consisted chiefly of porkers, but all descriptions were in evidence. The general quality vras fairly good. The usual bu-ers were in attendance. . Competition was keen, and the ;Tn»rI««'*T fnr Owners of baconers, however, did not fare eor ' well, as values for these were slightly eaBicr. ^ A weaker tone was also noticeable for heavy porkers, but the market for light sorts was brisk and buoyant at last day'B best rates. Prime backfatters made to £13 (odd to £16), good to £9/10/-; prime baconers to £6/6/-, good to £5/5/-: prime heavy porkers to £3/12/-, good to £3/5/-; prime light to £3. Calves were in fairly heavy supply at the Abattoir saleyards on Wednesday. The pen nings totalled about 850, and included all des criptions, but a larger proportion of weighty calves was forward than usual. The gen eral quality of the offering was again good. The usual buyers were in attendance. The ma...

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

Alexandria During tho week ended . on Thursday (March 20) tho following were the number of trucks manifested at Alexandria yards : HAY, STRAW and CHAFF, 500 trucks. QiRAIN, 3) tracks. VEGETABLES, 12 trucks. Re consigned to country, 150 truoks. Some of tho latest sales: — By private treaty : Lucerne chaff, £7 ; oaten hay, £8 por ton. Auctions included: Oaten chaff to £6/5/-; wheaten to £6/5/-; oaten hay, £8/10/-; lu cerne hay, £4/10/- 1 lucerne chaff, to £6/10/-; lucerne dust, £10£5 /-; straw, £4.

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