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BATHURST-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

BATHURST-STREET. APPLES: Local, dessert, ex. choice, 12/ choice M /- to 11/-, medium 6/- to 8/- small 3/- to 4/., cooking, choice 9/-; medium b1 to 8/-, small 3/- to 4/- per bushel case; Tasmanian, W.P.M., 9/- to 11/-; Alex., 7' to 91- Alf, 6/- to 8/-. BANANAS: Choice, 22/_ to 30/-; other grades 10/- to 20/-, small and iuefrior 81 per case. CITRUS FRUITS . Lemons, local, choice 9/- to 10/-, medium 6/- to 81., small 4,'- to 5/-; Italian 16/- to 18/-; Valencia oranges, local, choice 20/- to 24/-; medium 14/- to 18/-, small 7/- to 12/-; American, 27'- per bushel case. GRAPES: Black Hamburg, 6/- to 7/-; muscat, 8/- to 12/-; sherry, 5/- to 7 /? per balf-tushel case. PLUMS : Bark, choice, 6/- to 8/-, medium 3/- to 4/-, small 2/-, light 2/-. to 5/- per half-bushel case. PASSION FRUIT : Local, choice, 18/- to 20/-.; medium 7/- to 9/-, small 3/- to 4/ per half-bushel. PINEAPPLES : Queens, 10/- to 12/- per case. PEACHES: Choice. 4/6, medium from 3/ per half-busliel case; cooking, 2/6 to 4' pe...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THE SYDNEY WOOL TRADE ' dig SPECIAL WEEKLY, REVIEW Closing Wool Sales A Strong Finish KEEN BUYING [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

1 Hit. SYONhY WOOL .I-jRADe, . SPECIAL WEEKLY, REVIEW = ? dosing W©®1 Sales — ? * ? A Stmmg Finish KEEN BUJJYSMQ The fourteenth round of wool sales in Sydney was concluded on Wednesday last, and the week's sales were very successful. Tliero was keen general competition, and a distinct revival in the bidding of- tbe French and Japan ese sections, whilst Bradford continued to be the main support of the market. Tho general trend of values was in sellers' favor. Comebacks and cross breds sold freely at l&to full rates. ?AUSTRALIAN WOOL STATISTICS. A return, prepared by the National Council of Wool Selling Brokers of Australia, shows that tho receipts of current clip to February 29 wero 1,661,947 bales, and disposals 1,325,690 bales, leaving balances iu storo amount ing to 236,257 bales. The following is ? a resume of the figures: — 1933-34 CLIP. Bales. Received into storo ? 1,561,947 Offered at auction .... . . 1,290,677 Re-offered at auction ? 6,973 Sold at auction ? 1.199 376 ...

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

Deatihs , from Epsom Salts amongst 1 Lambing Ewes Epsom Salts irritates the Stimach, starts purging amongst the Ewes, makes the Lambs premature, won't make milk, weakens the Ewes so much that it is with difficulty they regain their feet after lambing. It is the worst thing possible to give to Lambing Ewes, and } you will not find any of the big Stud breeders attempt to use it, particularly in dry times such as the present, with Lambing approach ing. There is not the slightest necessity to use Epsom Salts when Oil Meals such as Cotton Seed, Linseed, and Cocoanut are available. These are a food and tonic in themselves, providing soft, easy laxative, and will neither cause purging in the Ewes or scours in the Lambs. Mooki Springs Cotton Seed Salt Fodder is a food to the body, keeps the tensile strength in the wool, and gives it good condition, provides a big flow of milk which means that a strong, healthy Lamb is reared. This means alio less cost in looking after the Lamb ing Ewes, as ...

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

?Lerida Tops the Market at 4Sid. AT OUR SALE ON THE 20th' FEBRUARY WE HAD THE HONOUR OF SECURING aSCORB' PRICE F® M. GEEASY IN THE SYDNEY MARKET THIS SEASON FOR THE LEADING LINE OF JC/M in diamond/LERlDA ON I. ' ACCOUNT OF THE EXORS. LATfc A. B. CHISHOLM, ' GOULBURN. I .New '. Zealand. Loan & ML Ae C®S9 LMe |:, ] A MATTER OF INTEREST TO 1 1 ' W©@L ©TOWELS i 5 s In tho 'Stock and Station Journal' of the 10/8/'23, a leading firm of | | Wool Brokers states:— | ? Heavy earthy wools and many low grade and faulty wools can | s be SCOURED with advantage to the grower. f [ Consign all your wool for treatment to — 5 / I nmm niiin s son, lt®, | \ COL LIN C WOOD WORKS, LIVERPOOL. j f City Office : ? : 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. ^ j. ? u \ 7 Mahout Tea C. E. MURNIN Ltd. Tea Importers and Station Suppliers 5 Gresham Street, Sydney j FOR THE LAMB'S SAKE \ | and yours, us© j | PRO - PHY - LAC - TIC i 1 Slock Lick [ | £12/17/6 | I Per Ton I j. ? ' ?

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

AHANB. IN DEED The scrap of/jmper it holds contains six words of Bound advice. One ! of the Managing Directors of Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. supervises ; the display, and personally valuoB all catalogues. All sales aro effected ; under his close control. That system of complete care has character ised the firm's work during the whole of the 34 years they have been ».;.rv'''.'..'.in'tHiai&es8. Write: Wmdhcombe, C&rsom Ltd. Selling BrcJsoro, SydEay. ?

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Arrivals of Wool 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Arrimk of Waoi ? * ? ' 1323-24 SEASON. The following figures compiled by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers show the quantity of wool received at Darling Har bor terminus during the present season: Bales. From July 1 to March 20 ? 617,966 Same period previous season .. 689,138 Decrease ? 71,172 The following figures of the arrivals of wool by sea have also been compiled by the Sydney ? Wool Selling Brokers — From July 1 to March 20 c From New South Wales ? 17,621 ?From New Zealand ? 7,370 From West Australia ? 188 From Victoria ? 29 From Queensland ? 1 From South Australia ? 33 \ Total ? 25,242 Same period previous season .... 36,947 Decrease ? 11,705 TOTAL ARRIVALS '^INCE JULY 1. Bales. By rail ? 617,966 nv sea ? 25,242 643,208 Same period previous season ? 725,035 Decrease.... 82,877 ARRIVALS SINCE LAST REPORT. Bales. By rail ? 2.958 By sea ? 565 3,523 ARRIVALS BY RAXU The following la a summary of tho ar rivals of wool by rail during the season from the North, South and West:— . Wee...

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STOCK INSPECTORS' EXAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

STOCK INSPECTORS' EXAMS. ? The Secretary, Stock Board of Ex aminers (Mr. Sydney Smith, Junior); Stock and, Brands Branch, 56 Bridge Street, Sydney, intimates that f it is intended to- hold v an examination in the month of August of this year, for those persons. desirous, of obtaining the Stock Inspector's Certificate of Quali fication. The exact, date of the examination has not yet been fixed, but due notice will be given at a later* date In this connection. Intending candidates must be over the age. of 21 years, and under 50 years of age at the'datp of exam ination. Full particulars can be ob tained from the Secretary.

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

Vegetable Market BEANS: 2/. to 4/.; peas, Wonders 2/- to 3/-; Yorks, 1/- to 2/6 per bushel. CABBAGES: 1/- to 9/-; lettuce, /6 per dozen TOMATOES: 1/. to 3/6 per case. ONIONS: 12/-; swedes, 8/-; sweet potatoes 3 j- to 10 J- per cwt. CARROTS: 2/6; parsnips, 3/-; beetroot, 3/-; white turnips, 3/6; eschalot,?, 3/6, radish 1/-; rhubarb, 4/- por dozen buncbes; chil lies, 1 1- per lb. PUMPKINS: 4/- to 7/-: vegetable mar rows, /6_to 1/6: watermelons, 1/- to 10/-; extra choice, 10/- per dozen. POTATOES: Tasmanian, Brownells 13/6; Bismarcks, 11/6; Pinkeyes, 9/6; Melbourne and local varieties, 9/6 to 13/6 per cwt.

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

Liquid WWm Drench, ?? ' (Registered) 20 YEARS ON THE N.S.W. fe3AR£€ET. DOES , Lambs SCO or nf « cn&it Weaners 533 or ? * * ? ' ' Ciwn Sheep 400 . O* \ 'KONDO' is prepared as a liquid m t gallon tins ready for instant use. All you have to do is to add 4 gallons cold water and comme&sa , - drenching. » KILLS WORMS AND FLUKE without f. n the slightest injury to tho delicate mem il /il „ branes of the stomach- and intestines, MPIS li / il Rnfflfl and 18 a certain proved cure.f Many H [SM CT|jnS _i/ H8- . }Hi frill Worm Drenches cause heavy losses to y' |t|§iy» W Stock, but 'Hondo,' : although deadly to / Worms, does not have any severe after effects on the sheep treated. It Is spe cially -suitable for lambs, and will not check their growth. Tbe crude mixture,. Manufacturers '? of chemicals for this purpose is tho cause of many stunted lambs. 'Kondo' TMOUTVIl FY R, Pf4 could not have retained its reputation jnuiV»L,C-i ©t f0r 20 years on the N.S.W. Market if it _ „-n- /n ...

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

S ???«..?. ???'?. V ? ? ' ! I ' ; - : . . / . . ? ? r ? ? . , ? ? ! ?? | . ' | Th® ESSEI-SII. I | The World's New Masterpiece | I In the future the ESSEX will he a six I cylinder Car, somewhat similar in I design to its big brother, THE HUD j , SON SUPER-SIX. \ The latest ideas in automobile practice | are incorporated in its manufacture, | and owing to the vast resources and ] efficient factory methods of the ] HUDSON COMPANY, the ESSEX-SIX I - will be offered at a price which will | make it absolutely the best motor car i value obtainable. f Write or call for further particulars. DALGETY & COMPANY, LTD. 136 Phillip Street, SYDNEY

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Hair Bones and Sundries. Quotations.—Continued:— [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 21 March 1924

Hair Bones and Sundries. Quotations.— Continued :— Per ton. '£ si d. £ s. d. I Clods ? ? to 8 10 0 White hoofs ? i to 18 0 0 Striped hoofs ? to 13 0 0 Black hoofs ? to 12 0 0 Mixdd hoofs ? i to 13 0 0 Sinews — Best ? ?'..... 30 0 0 to 36 0 0 Ordinary ? ..10 0 0 to 20 0 0 Hide Pieces — BeRt ? 8 0 0 to 10 10 0 Ordinary ? 4 0 0 to7 0 0 Pizzles . . . ; ? to K 0 0 Knuckles ? to 5 0 0 llorns ? ? toG5 0 0 BARK. There has been a slight weakening in values, and the demand is mostly for prime parcels. QUOTATIONS. Per ton. £ s. d. £ s. 'd. Exceptional lines .... to 12 16 0 Best heavy ? 12 5 0 to 12 10 0 Good medium ? 11 10 0 to 12 0 0 Good light ? 10 10 0 to 11 0 0 Inferior ? ti'O 0 to 9 0 0 Wlnchcombo, Carson, Ltd. AF, 148 tins at £34 6s per ton; F/G, 1 I fifth £39; TX, 1 half £35 Gs; F/G, 1 fifth £3G ; JB/C, 1 fifth £38 Gs; F/G, 1 fifth and 1 third £39 10a; BX, 2 quarters £36 15s; i TC, 11 quarters £35 5s; JM, 1 hnlf X35 10s; ACB/M, 2 quarters £36 l&s. N.Z.L. & M.A. Co., Ltd....

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

SSyfiaq^e loaUSifl | Paat&alisft Agent ? B. G. COHEN. no Yoim myim 'mnown. mk . . 8 : . bo-J. im?© Ti®». and Wony. t | cuftKitos ejuuuso ss as usual. B®swnnwnd$?j &y asucrai of ttw - 8»®s$ng Pa^erailata Sn tfta atpte. AT?, AO $mSH&?6a (Third FIC'D, / * 9 655^03 Qtfsst, Sygn ®y. , TphWttt jBgrn | fOLEiil ' 9VEf3 'BRCAD AGRiS.' AJ Qb -eix and cl ha!f) per cent. ABTHUfll''F»'TARBAIfi' '.? : 5$ QaailcroagJi Streot, ? Sydney. I . PO^SOM ?DIASTHMA^ TMEBHtATftSTHBA HEREBY j ? ?WO MOKE 0l,IJEPf.EQ8 HIQHTQ &QNAUQ RO@@ & CO. j i . - flfjQEt, piaoe /P. - ? ?' FORTESCUE'S - S f I.X.L. IMPROVED POISON CART THE SUREST, MOST EFFECTIVE AND MOST ECONOMICAL METHOD I . OP RABBIT OBSTRUCTION, . 1 OVER 10,000 I. X.L. POISON '??CARTS 4 1 PROVS THE ClAM OF THE f. X. I,. TO | ' ^ The I.X.L.^ has beaten ^all com- '? 1 I.X.U, BABBIT POISON Is\; Jf | ' mixed under electrical process, ? . ff 1 all Ingredients being, thoroughly ^ .'??ir^raWA/ I i incorporated, leaving no ...

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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

CATTLE. About 2700 yarded. Quality me dium. Market irregulor and generally easier. Thero were 2790 cattle listed for sale from 127 owners, and about 2700, in cluding 74 from Queensland, were yard ed. These comprised all descriptions of veal and beef, from calves at 18s, and old dairy cows at 32s, to prime bullocks to £13 odd, and odd prime cows to £11. The general quality, however, was decidedly inferior to Thursday's offering. Really prime beef was com paratively scarce, and although there was a fair showing of good useful trade quality bullocks, steers, cows and hei fers, the proportion of medium to plain cattle was considerably larger and poor sorts were more in evidence. Alto gether the general quality was not satis factory for trade purposes. There was a good attendance of buy ers, but although the supply was lighter ±han, of late, it proved quite sufficient for inimediate requirements as it is doubtful if last day's reduced rates wore sustained during the general run of sales,...

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SOME OF THE SALES SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

SOBfla OF THE SALES ' SHEEP. ». I Pen crossbred hoggeto, few comebacks, good trade norta, avoraglng about 44 Ibe., skin to 8/6; price. 31/1. Pen wethers. 2 ana 4-tooth, good storo condition, okln to 8/6; good sorts; price 26/-. Pen hoggets, -late ahorn, good quality, about 38 lbs., skin to 8/-; price 27/10. Pen crossbred eweor prlitio and hoavy. good clean okln' (to 13/-), averaging about 62 lbs,; price 36/4. - Pen crossbred ewes, big frames, aood quality, about 64 lbs. mutton; skin to 16/-! price 36/8. - . ^ Pen crossbred ewes, mixed sizes and breeding, mostly Lincoln-Merino cross, fair quality, skin to 8 /-; about 40 lbs. mutton; price 25/3. Pen crossbred wethers, full-mouth, good even line of trade mutton, ! averaging about 46 Iba.j skin to 11/6; price 32/8. j Pen wethers, good trade quality, averaging about 46 lbs., good skin (to : 18/6), price 38/4. ! Pen wethers, good useful quality, skin (belly burry) . to 9/6; price 29/7. i Pen wethers, full-mouthed, some broken, plain quali...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

' AGENTS THAT | '' SELL' STOCK & - . PROPERTY IN THE ' COUNTRY $ j ? ? ?i ?? ? ' t.s. ..« ???'?? BARELLAN. , y & W. J. NiSCft. BARMEDMAN. p. h. Sfceahan. BLAYNEY, H. B. M. PigOtt. BOURKE. H. M. Ware. i „ CONDOBOLIW. H. C. Moulds?. Qus. Drown & Cs. ,5. R. Scott a ba. COOLAH. Scully & Co. COOMA. s ' H- T.- Kl.- Boso. COONAMBLE. Cottisbrou&h, KSort & Co., Ltd. COWRA. c. K. Ross & 0 ? .?ii i-i ?-_/ *Ja j ? ? .blJ ' .ftPS* M j COOTAMUNDRA, D. -9. ttOli. Ccsrgo Ttsompssa & 09. GILGANDRA. Cftriotio BPG3. H' ? i GLOUCESTER. K3atttt9©3Sia & Co. Lato BGEuaonw & Co. Douglas VtfasStlslI & So. GUNDAGAL VJ. E. ECylO £- Co. - E. A. ?CUt & GO, . Shepherd & Dais. GUNNING. 0. E. Ardill. GUYRA. A. A. srocm S Co. HAY. Wilkinson & Laventfar, Ltd. HILLSTON. Ranken & Knoshtn. KEMPSEY. CiHf, Mitchell & E salon, Ltd. MAITLAND (West). E. W. Spsrke. ' , 0. K. Voting. j. EnrisSit. I] ...

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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK MARKET Market Report and Record of Sales. MONDAY MARCH 24, 1924. An Invaluable Reference for Stockowners. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

MAMS' RI T^M ' 17 A T ^ oUiViSlo iri-t I ' I' Mmket Report amd Record of Sales* \ MONDAY SHEEP. ' About 16,470 sheep forward. Qua- j lity fair. Market irregular early, but firmed as sales progressed and closed strong. There were 18,040 sheep listed for sale from 99 owners and about 16,470 were forward. Merinoa formed a lar ger proportion of tho supply than usual and outnumbered crossbreda. The offering was mixed and also included several consignments of comebacks. The geenral quality was fair, but did not compare favorably wita Thursday's offering. The proportion of medium quality sheep was larger; and although fair to good trade mutton preponder ated, the showing of prime sheep and lambs was not quite so good as on Thurs day. Medium to plain sorts made up about the usual proportion of the sup ply- . ? ' The buying power was not quite so strong nt the opening as usual, arid the mark) was generally weaker. Before sales were long in progress, however, competition was in good swing and...

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SHEARING COMPETITIONS. A.W.U. DISCLAIMER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

SHEARING COMPETITIONS. ' A.W.U. DISCLAIMER. From Bathnrtft: The A.W.U. has disclaimed responsibility for a circular purporting to warn shearers against ' taking part in shearing competitions on the ground that these ware intend ed to ascertain the men's true earning capacity. The circular was issued just prior to the contest for the sheep-shearing championship' of the west at the 'Back to Batlfnrsfc' -carnival. . the championship, .-cf

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"HILL STATION" SUBDIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

'HILL STATION' SUBDIVISION. A complete clearance of this Property was made by Woodgers and Calthorpe, Queanbeyan, on the 16th inst., the 4,700 acres avoraglng £7 per acre right through. The purchaser* were: Blocks 1, 2, 3 and 4, Mr. Jumes P. lleaton. Block 6, Mr. J. Morrison. Block 6, Messrs. E. and E. Cameron.

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Jury's Discomfort "A PUBLIC SCANDAL." TRAVESTY ON JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

Jury's Discomfort 'A PUBLIC SCANDAL.' TRAVESTY ON JUSTICE. The jurors detained overnight in a case at the. Quarter Sessions (says a message from Taj-e© to the 'S.M. Herald') -had to sleep on the floor of tli© court, with a couple of blankets each, there being . no - stretchers or bed ding. 'I think it is right that public attention should ? be drawn to this,' said Judge Mocatta on the resumption of the Court. 'I recognise that under the best conditions you must bo making many personal sacrifices in the inter ests of tho administration of justice, and I think that to treat you in these circumstances, as if you were mendi cants in a ? doss house, is nothing less than a public scandal. That is my view. I greatly regret what has hap poned.' At a later stage 'his Honor said it was almost tragic that the jury should have to put up with such treatment. Mr. Windeyer, K.C., characterised it as a travesty on justice to subject jqrymen to such discomfort. His Honor said tTio case had been a lo...

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SMUT IN OAT CRASS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

SMUT IN OAT CRASS. Tho prevalence of smut in oat grass was remarkKl upon by n correspondent, recently, the issue being raised, whether crops of wheat in the vicinity of smut infected pasture would not tend to be come infected also. It was stated in reply that although oat grass (.-1 curia elatior) is sometimes affected by tho ordinary oat smut iungus (Ustua-)0 ave.nae i, it is not generally considered to threaten spread of the disease. Where necessary, smut in oats may bo controlled by any of the recognised seed pickling methods. The smuts which appear on other grasses, aa well as those which occur in wheat, are entirely distinct, and have no connection with oat grass smut. — R. J. Noble, Princi pal Assistant Biologist.

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