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

! ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ? i vj I Netting has never been bo cheap since 1914. There will be an advance in price | ;; | in the very near future. jj oj § Either IMMEDIA 7 E DELIVER Y or jve will book up for later delivery. jj j | | We are prepared to do this i ] 1 I Book sour orders to-day and we give you the advantage of any reduction in price right up till day j I § of delivery. If any advanco occurs in the meantime, we protect you against it. We will book up for : ' I : delivery any time in April, May or Jifno that you nominate. This means that you get protection against : | ' | any advance and the benefit of any fall in price and guaranteed de ivory. 1 | A SPECIAL REBATE is allowed by us for quantities of 3 miles and over j 1 j Sheep and Dog Proof : Galvd. Rabbit Proof FENCING WIRE Vl t N@ttillg Per Ton. - E „ Ml. No. 8 Black, 1 cwt. colls £17 5 0 i,i i er ™'0- in 100 yard rolls — Guaranteed Now. No. 10 Black ? £18 5 0 J . 30x4x17 ? ? ? £14 13 0 . « p d No. 8 Galv ? £19 7 6 i- | 30 x 4 x...

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

FIREWOOD. Best box, 28/- to 29/-, good 28/-, best stringybark 28/-, good 27/-, mixed wood 20/ to 24/-; ironbark, 20/- to 24/-; best bakers' ivood -35/-; good 24/-; inferior, 18/. per ton.

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

M ? I forage and .grain. w fog FORAGE : Hunter River lucerne bay, £4 IjVil to £6 per ton ; Tasmanian derrick pressed straw, oaten £4/10/- to £4/15/-: wheaten £5; Tasmanian oaten chaff, £6/10/- to £7; , ' oatej hay, £10 p-?r ton. ? -;i GRAIN: Maize, 9th. African, 5/- to 5/3; : J Northern Rivers, 5/-. OATS: Algerian, Tasmanian 4,'-, local .? .. 3/- to 3/9; whites 4/7 to 4/9; barley, Cape, 41- to 4/6 per bushel., MILLET: Prime, long hurl and selfwork t ins, £38 to £40 per ton. M' PEAS: Blue nnd grey, 9s a bushel. . , i ? VEGETABLES: Potatoes, Tasmanian Brownells, £10, Bismarcks, £9; Pinkeyes, £7; onions, Victorian Brown Spanish, £7/10/ per ton.

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

Sussex Street I DAIRY PRODUCE. 7S BTJTTEE : Choicest 163/4 per cwt., pins A boxes and cartage. BAOON : Sides 1/5, flitches 1/4V4, middles 1/7, shoulders /ll to 1/-; special brands, . middles 1/7, flitches 1/4W. sides 1/5. ' HAMS: Local, single cloth 1/7 to 1/9% special brands, in seed, 1/10%, single cloth 1/9%. OHEESE: Local, prime loaf, lOd, prime laree, 9%d; Kameruka 9%d. EGGS: New.laid, nice graded lots. 2/3; ; .pallets' 1/8 to 1/9, according to size; north ' em rivers. South Coast and railways. 2/-; j duck, new-laid, 2/1 per doz., according to j size, t BEESWAX: ChoiciTT/S to '1/5 per lb. , ) HONEY : Choice /6 to /&W, good / 5 , to /6, i inferior from /4. j LARD: Bulk 1/-, packets to 1/0V4: special brands, bulk 1/0V6, packets 1/1 per lb. POULTRY': Railway and river consign ments : Odd liens, 3/- to 4/.; roosters, young '4 5/- to 7/.; others 5). to 8/-; Muscovy '* drakes 5/- to 10/_ : ducks, young 4/6 to 6/6; old 5/6; turkeys, hens. 10/- to 14/-; gobblers. '?;5 1.5/- to 3...

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

? ? i ?' ? , ? ? ? '' J ? rt ? i i , f;,V f \ AR.K ©F If Hot; SEMB F©K vj _ tee SPECIAL PAMPHLET, cont ining — ffl WT fV ^ Particulars of the Association's work, Benefits of 2 lyl ^ ^ Membership, List of Officers anc$ Local Secretaries, I M, * H ? «? ? ALSO ASK FOR A COPT ol ^ mmmmtmm ? ?.... 'graziers' annual'. . ? f . '1WI WsEfc ? AV ' containing particulars of Awards, and muob important I A IXfi S JbPiJlfil&i jre n , information. | ? ' . . J. W. ALLEN, Secretary,' Tho Qrasloro' Asooofetlon of NAW. to on* -L_ 1. ^ ,,, | , , , ? ^ J

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

WHEAT MARKETS. ' There was little pressure to either buy or sell wheat in Sydney yesterday (Thursday). Late lots of farmers' wheat were- sold at 4s 7d a bushel, on trucks, Sydney. Vendors asked 4s 9d, Darling Harbour basis, while millers offered 4s 8d and 4b Bid per bushel. Chicago options have receded to 4s 4 3-16d for May, and 4s 5 3-8d per bushel for July options. Liverpool is unchanged and London is quiet. A.DEL AIDE: Wheat, 4s 4d to 4s 4£d - por bushel. | MELBOURNE: Wheat, 4s 6£d to 4s 3 7 id (steady) per bushel. Arrivals of breadstuffs at Darling :;| Harbour during the week ended on - March 19, totalled 2798 tons of wheat i and 685 tons of flour.

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

Benefiting All Sections ;l In innumerable directions tho new or ganisation in tho meat industry will ^endeavour to improve matters. It jaims at plaoing more meat and better j meat on the markets, If it succeeds, 3 .the consumers, tho workers, the tax payers, must benefit. .t Many workers in the meat industry /have had slack times far years, partly .'because of the lack oif just such an or vganisation, The meat works have only been able to work part timo, and all along tho lino there has been less em ployment, because of the fact that our meat industry was disorganised. This will not happen again, 01;, at least, it will not happen to anything like the same extent, if the Australian Meat Council g*ts going properly, Less output of meat has inevitably resulted in less employment, There has been less work in^ the country j thero has been less work for the rail ways there has been less work in the meat works, in the cities and at the ship s side. Give the Australian Meat Council this cha...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM PRODUCE MARKETS Sussex Street and Alexandria—-The Week's Sales DAY BY DAY [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

FARM PRODUCE MARKETS' ? : ? ? ? Sussex Street and Alexandria — The Week's Sales DAY BY BAY Cheese was reduced in price on Mon day last and sales havo benefited ac cordingly, and buyers aro now numer ous. Butter 1b still wealc, Vidtorian prices having been reduced by 10s a cwt. Bacon- products^ honey and eggs, are otill behind requirements, and move off niliofelv at, IfLhn rnion In the forage and grain section on Tuesday, 2300 bags . of Victorian Brown Spanish onions arrived, and the price was fixed at £7 10s per ton. Maize quotations were still high. White oats were still weak, but Algerians held firm. There was little activity and practical ly no change on Wednesday. Tuesday's Alexandra 'yarding was comparatively small. Prime oaten chaff was only bringing £5 13s 4d to £6 per ton, and wkeaten. chaff also fell to £6 5s per ton. Prices were generally not as high as those of the previous day. There were very few 'private sales at Alexandria market on Wednesday, there being a total abse...

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

Sauce for the Goose Right from tlie beginning, 'The rtfaardian' has specialised on boosting local manufacturers' interests.. These .hmifcuf actiy;e rs are protected and aid 'ed in all sorts of ways by Governments, and by their own organisations, to se cure suitable profits to their industry. 'The Guardian' is pleased with all ?fthat, of course. But when the primary ?^producers endeavour, to organise Iegiti ?.mately with a view to placing their in dustry upon a better footing, 'Tho . -Guardian suggests that they are mak ing war 011 the consumers and should be suppressed. There's no accounting .for 'The Guardian.' . Unless the meat interests of Australia ?organise, there is extreme danger that ctbey will be driven out of the over seas markets altogether. They are up against magnificent organisation over seas. That organisation has beaten them, and will go 011 beating them un til tho Australian moat interests ' go and do likewise. Apparently 'Tho Guardian' would have Australian meat in...

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

PROPIE&TY REPORT. BACON and OOMPANY, Gunnedah, report having sub-leased, account Mr. S. S. Lawry, Napperby, grazing estate,' Gunnedah dis trict, comprising 4778 acres, and sold 3133 sheep, 57 rams, plant, and furniture.—*

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

Look at the Facts Tliis funny little city paper tells its readers that 'there are very many stockowners (especially dairymen) who are afraid of putting their industry into the hands of yet another taxcol lector.' The stockowners that 'The .Guardian ..knows; probably, aro mainly Ct^Viiti^-ownGVs'.' Where are the 'very many stock, owners' that 'The Guardian' speaks of P The dairymen, through the Pri mary Producers' Union, have express ed approval of the proposed levy. The P.P. Union is recognised throughout ihij State as tlie main organisation of the dairy farmers. All along it has Ikhmi in favour of the ?Australian Meat Council, and is repre sented on it. But you would never expect 'The Guardian' to be aware of that fact-. Its facts are mainly Happer facts. Here is a further statement from 'The Guardian': — 'There are even those who look upon the scheme as the legalisation of a gigantic meat trust, controlling all Australian meat from paddock to butcher's shop, with powers of taxatio...

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

Save 38/= on the Purchase of A Medical Library SPECIAL OFFER TO SUBSCRIBERS TO 'THE STOCK and STA TION JOURNAL ' ' until SATURDAY, APRIL 26th , 1924 . KNOWING THAT DR. MUSKETT'S GREAT WORKS, 'THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL GUIDE' and 'THE ATTAINMENT OF HEALTH and the treatment of the different diseases by means of Diet,' are of most value to people resident in the countiy and far removed from medical aid, we are making a SPECIAL OFFER of tlie Books at reduced prices to subscribers to this paper for a limited period. [ THE PUBLISHED PRICES OF THE WORKS ARE:— The Illustrated Australian Medical Guide .. . . £3 3 0 The Attainment of Health . . .. ... . .. .. £1 5 0 £4 8 0 Until the date above-mentioned we will send POST FREE to any subscriber of the Stock Journal THE TWO MEDICAL WORKS FOR ? £2 10 0 \ A Saving of ? £1 18 0 All orders, accompanied by cash and posted not later than Saturday, April 2G, 1924, will be supplied at the reduced price for the two books — £2/10/-. Both works a...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEAT COUNCIL LEVY MADE FOR ORGANISATION CHAIRMAN'S EVIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

MEAT COUNCIL LEW MADE FOR ORGANISATION ? ? ' ? ' V . # ( ? CHAIRMAN'S EVIDENCE :W& conclude to-day our summary of the 'evidence given 'be- fore the Parliamentary Select Committee by the Chairmm' (Mr. J. B. Cramsie ) of the Australian Meat Council. The Committee ioas appointed by the State Government to enquire into the pro posed compulsory levy on- stock, for the purpose of raising a fund to mable the Australian Meat Council and the State Advisory ' Meat Board to carry on. MARKETS FOR FROZEN MEAT. ; Whilst the scope of the enquiry of the Australian Meat Council has been Restricted by reason of the uncertainty of its financial position and legal standing, yet certain investigations have been made into market possibil ities. \ The far Eastern Markets have been thoroughly studied, enquired into, and Reported upon, and although satisfac tory developments can be expected in pertain quarters there is insufficient promise to anything likely to ensure stabilisation of expansion of t...

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

| Mf£ 'STOCK IlSit AMCE j ON STOCK OF EVERY* DESCRIPTION, AGAINST DEATH FROM I ANY CAUSE AND ACCIDENT, j TIME RISKS FOR ANY PERIOD UP TO TWELVE MONTHS. | MARINE TRANSIT, FOALING, CASTRATION RISKS ARE ALSO f COVERED. POLICF CONDITIONS AND PREMIUM BEST |. ? AVAILABLE. Full particulars available from— ; ? ? „ AND COMPANY, LTD., ©IWSW ?

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The London View Australian Meat Council AN INTERESTING ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

The London View ? He- ? ' ? f ? Australian Meat Council 'AN INTERESTING ARTICLE. The 'London Daily Telcfgraph,' one of the leading daily papers in Britain, discusses in its issue erf .January the 25th, the 'Australian Meat Council.' It is always interesting to what outsiders think of us. There is much in this article that is geed, snd men on th© land will read it with interest. We quote the following : — - 'The Australian ' meat industry is struggling for its existence. Although the outlook is doubtful, there' is never theless some hope that it may survive the difficult period through which it ? has passed in recent years. STOUT-HEARTED. . 'The graziers of tjie Commonwealth are stout-hearted men. ? Undeterred by droughts, undismayed by the relentless competition of the Americans, they are now making a supreme effort to save their valuable industry from disaster. 'The result of the recent elections has destroyed all hope that the British people would recognise that some mea sure _ of...

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

WHITAKER'S ALMANAC. Whitaker's Almanac is a great in stltutiou. If you are familiar with it, and you probably are, you c-all it 'Whitaker.' It' is a veritable gold mine of. information. Of Its kind Whitaker stands alone. As a book of reference it is valued throughout the British EtmDire. Once vol* get used to Whitaker, you wonder how you got on without it. We here in Australia are so much a part of the British Empire that we want to know more and more about the various countries that make it up. Questions are! continually arising that make such information essential to a quiet life. -Someone has remarked that you always want ' to beware of the man who quotes facts. With Whitaker in the house, you can be that man! Whitaker for 1924 is now available, and the price is 7/6, postage extra, from Angus and) Robertson's, Ltd., Syd ney. i

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

mwifyw,!! | ^ ; PjUyLCT^—AfclBUIimBW— * — ''** al|i 111 Mil 1 1 1 II II Hill' 1 |||LI ' ???? f I TOTf1'* J ' ' i ' | Sheep - Owner ! ? I No matter how large, or how small your fit JnlSllIP 11 I 3 flocks may be, you may have the benefit of . If : a suitable y\. mlff/V ? / S j 1 1 ' j CR UTCHING OUTFIT «3r„,^,w«'ssu «».' i X I The wonderful advantages of Cooper Shearing and Crutching Machinery — SIMPLICITY — DURABIL- s % ITY — AND LOW INITIAL COST — are just as accessible to the owner of 100 sheep as to the owners [ of the largest flocks. Whether it be a hand-operated machine, a 2-stand Engine-driven ^Outfit, or a large plant for shed- : , ' installation, if it be a Cooper, the same careful workmanship and high quality material will distinguish § ^ it from all others. i | ®'V IFOR FLOCKS NUMBERING UP TO 300 j The most practical and efficient outfit is the ? / No. 9 BALL-BEARING MACHINE. j ;J It is sturdily constructed, easy to operate, and made of a convenient size and i - ^ weight fo...

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The New Plan for Breeding Corn (Concluded from last Friday's issue.) DISEASE RESISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

The Mew Plan for Breeding Corn (Concluded from last Friday's issue.) DISEASE RESISTANCE. ? Not only can a big yield be achieved under normal conditions, where disease and bad weather are factors, but pure line hybrids .open thei way to magnify and stabilise disease resistance as well as to meet untoward . weather ? condi tions. D. F. Jones, plant breeder at the Connecticut Experiment Station, who should be cited as tbe most outstand ing leader in this work, in giving me the yield figures from one five-year test o£ this double-crossed Burr-Leaming strain, showing this pure-line double cross as standing at the 83 average point, with the next competitor, an or dinary good corn : variety standing at 69 and other sort? trailing off to as low as, 62 bushels to the acre, called my attention to other , factors than mere yield. The superior value of Burr Leaming is not only in the greater yield, but also in freedom from mould, fewer nubbins, and a lesser number of ears with poorly-developed ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Medical Books A NOTABLE OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

i - ? i t tr -_ Medical Books A NOTABLE OFFER. ' . . ' 1 ' , The attention of readers is drawn to * . ^ the offer made by William Brooks & ' Co., Ltd., in our advertising columns,' to supply ;VThe Illustrated Australian - , -~r Medical . Guide' and 'The Attainment of Health, two standard works ? by.- Dr;--V r* . Muskett, at greatly reduced prices. . . - ' The offer is made exclusively to r 'Stock Journal' readers, and is for a limited period only,

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Station and Butchers' Produce Trade Sales were held by the Sydney Wool' Selling Brokers, viz.:— [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Statiom amd Butelaors' Frodme© Trad© Sales were held by the Sydney Wool * Selling Brokers, viz.: — AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE, LAND AND FINANCE CO.. LTD.; COOPERA TIVE, WOOL AND PRODUCE CO.. LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO.. LTD.; DALGETY AND CO., LTD.; FARMERS' AND GRAZIERS' COOPERA TIVE CO., LTD.; GOLDSBROUGH. MORT AND CO., LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.; PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.: SCHUTE. BELL AND CQ., LTD. : WINCHCOMBE, CARSON. LTD. RABS1T SKINS. 79,674 lbs. were forward. There was a laree attendance of buyers, but heavy pelted lines ruled Id to 3d per lb. lower, while necks were unchanged,- and all other des criptions generally Id to 3d per lb. dearer. QUOTATIONS. Per lb. d. d. Best bucks ? 49 to 50 Outgoings ? 44 to 48 Autumns ? 40 to 42 Racks ? 34 to 35 First heavy pelts ? 38 to 40 Second heavy pelts ? 35 to 37J Third heavy pelts ? 32 to 34 First milky does ? 31 to 32 Second milky does ? 30 to 30 J Kittens and smalls ? 25 to 33} Damaged ? 28 to...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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