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"LUCKY" BAILLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

'LUCKY' BAILLIE. Mr. R. Baillie, who owns and trains quite a number of horses, is specially known for his success with cast-offs from other stables. King of tho Forest was one of that sort, and Mr.' Baillie had quite a lot of luck with the Comedy King gelding ; but was un lucky in havinc sold him fnr snm^flii'ntr over £300, as King of the Forest has made his biggest wins since then. Spear song, onoo quoted as a Derby possibi lity, got into 'Bob's' hands and won j a very rich hurdle race at llandwick. The latest of the cast-off bunch to join I Baillie's bxeky bxi&Kde is Glintoa, tho ( Kenilworth gelding that won at Cantor bury on Saturday. Clinton doad-heated for a raco at Menangle and was sold on tho course to the 'lucky' trainer for £250 by W. Kelso. Perhaps, if rumour is to be relied upon, Mr. Baillie was lucky in not hav ing got rid of David for sixty guineas as two-year-old. It is told that the Baverstock horse was such an ungain ly mover as a youngster that his owner of...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALE OF SANDILANDS CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

SALE OF SANDILANDS CATTLE. i Oattlemen are finally reminded thnt, the big dispersal sale ot the Inmoai Sandilands Station herd of cattle will be: held at the Municipal Yards, Tenterfl.eld, on 'Wednep- day i next, 26th inst., rnt 31 o'rloclc slinrn wheu0MessT8. Cotton Bros., will offer for 8nle,,on account' of the owners, 2C00 head of Sandilands 8tation-bred ' cattle, compris ing 'about 700 steeiw arid bullocks, 8C0! hei i er». anu uuuut ow ur«?t?uiii£ uuwti. menu .cattle are all oen brand, beautlfnl .quality Herefords and Hereford Shorthorn cross, all in groat oonditiorii.S.nd noted quick fnt tcners. High-class bulls have always been used, and many of the cows and heifers nre fit for any stud. Those In search of well bred. healthy females for breeders, or steers and bullocks for fattening, enn attend th'f sale with the utmost confidence, as it if onlv, on very rnre occasions, that such a his-h-class lot of cattle are available. Trucks have been Becured for any desti. nation at store...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BY COLLARIT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

BY COLLARIT. The first- race at Canterbury — tho Flying Handicap — was won by Colis, a daughter of Collarit. , On the same afternoon, an aged gelding, Honest Peter, also by Collarit, won the Hurdle Race at the Moonee Valley Meeting. This, too, was the first event on ' the programme.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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PROPERTY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

I PROPERTY REPORT.' BAOON and COMPANY. Onnnpdnh, report having sub-leased, account Mr. fl. R. Lawrv, Napperby, grazing estate, Gunnodnh d1«. trict, comprising 4778 acres, and Hold 3138 sheep, 57 rams, plant, and furniture.—*

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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HORSE TALK CANTERBURY PARK RACES A WET DAY Backers Beaten [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

, - - . . - — ? ^ ^ (By ' i$errigang') gl - ~ ? ? ? — - — — ? ? ?»?«»*? nitiHnMmitiiUMMii»wiNiiHMHMtiHuniiituumiiutnitmnuiiMiiiniiiiwmmmnniiinr« CANTERBURY PARK RACES : ? -vhc ' *? A \yE3T DAY Backers Beaten The sky was overcast in the fore noon last Saturday, causing race-goers who went to Canterbury Park to take with them overcoats or umbrellas, tor both. The rain came, all right, and tho afternoon was anything but pleasant. Many of the visitors stayed under shel ter nearly all the a.fternoon, excepting when thero was a lull in the showers. some of which wero really heavy.- (;t - A couple of nights previously rain: f-ill on the racecourse, and this, succeeded by Saturday's wetting, made the go ing decidedly greasy. As longstrid ing horses generally were badly served by the slippery ground, there was con siderable upsetting of form ; and, theye fore, the bookmakers benefited vejy considerably. !, , There were not any accidents. 'In teresting racing was entertaining to jail save tho...

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

PWiiPiiSPffl Mil? .ill PSMiiil' .UBfflEB.'-' j. fflilaihllilp Mill: Mil sybisey ? jj I highest market values. j WOOL, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL mote. H ' I 8K.NS, SHEEP SKINS, BARK, HIDES, P„ZTl°t Z£JS&Sgl '. I L— ? ' I tallOw. hair. rones rUtAfN. Etc. I 8- I K. de L. CUDMORE, Manager; Correspondeace Invited* Agents for Western Assurance Co.~Fite Mara® - ?' „ 1 J '

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Women In Country And City A Distinguished Visitor [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

. ? WoHiefi ? , In Coraitry And Cit^ ' — (Conducted by Mrs. E. M. Irvine J ? -A Distinguished Visitor , Sir, Matthew Nathan, Governor . of Qnceaslaad, to whose intorest and en couragement much of the success o2 the initid' v conference in Brisbane wps dus.calledin at the office of the Asso ciation In Sydney, on Tuesday after noon, and spent an hour talking intim atoly of the work and aims of both our own Association and that of the Nor thern State. The notice of his coming, ?was somewhat short, but it was pos sible to gather the -'following members , of th© executive to mfcot him: Mra. ? Jag, Ashton, Mrs. A. Suttor, Mrs. / Fletcher, Mrs. H. C. Mclntyre, Miaa Audrey Grlfflu and the organising sec retary. ' D!. hit-axI ? _ t. ? 3 ? ? ? j.! ? t' . _ i w/iv. v wir ixtttonittVY suowea a practical ana intimate knowledge of the whole schema 'iv and was greatly interested in our map* fihorring our 21 months' growth all over the State. He gave several valuable opinions 'Upon branch work, one...

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

TICER HUNT. Every big-game sportsman worthy of the name has a deep longing tucked away Inside hini to kill a tiger. The tiger is by no means the most dan gerous creature of the wild, but pos sibly the fine trophy of a well-mounted skin is not without its influence. The historic and most dramatic method is, of course, the tiger-drive by elephants. When properly organised, such a shoot involves little risk to the participants. A spot in the jungle is chosen where tigers are known to frequent, and on the day arranged) the ele phants are placed at various points on an encircling ring. On a pre-arranged signal everyone moves forward, native beaters cover the intervening spaces between the pachyderms, and the circle closes inwards, with shouting and banging of tin instruments. The grand linale finds a small en closure in which one or xore tigers are at bay, and a few well-directea; shots complete the programme. There is, howeyer, another method, which is far more dangerous and sporting. J...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mungindi Begins to Think [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

Mungindi Begins to Thiols Mungindi .is beginning to think in terms of the Country Women's Asso ciation, and already there are many frieads of the Association thereabouts. Mrs. Phelps, who is visiting Sydney, ?-???? also, brings along the good news that ftt fhA InnoJ hnanltfll fhAra'fo n afrnnc feeling, both on the part of the women aad of the men's committee, that a lady or two should he included this coming year. , This Is the right spirit, and we shall eagerly await news of a branch of cscatsy women thero in the near fa to®. ? , ?-

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Nothing Like Effect KNOCK TO VEGETARIANS. FAMOUS EXPLORER'S TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

Nothing Like Effect KNOCK TO V EG ET ARI ANS . FAMOUS EXPLORER'S TESTIMONY. - Vegetarians should _ rise _ up in arms ,Jand whet their indignation, if not 'their appetites, on Vimjalmur Stefans *6on, the Arctic explorer, who deals a 'blow to the popular fallacy that man icannot live on meat alone. In the .London 'Spectator,' recounting his Arctic experiences in accustoming a . score or average Americans uuu jiiuiu peans to a hundred per cent, meat diet, he states that his men ate square meals at 'first, but gradually lost their appe 'tites, until at tho end of two or three 'weeks they wore nauseated by the very thought of meat. And they usually went without meals, sometimes for one 'day and sometimes for longer. ' It was at this point that the medical school experiment was stopped, for the experimenters were /prepossessed by the 'belief that the men were about to die. ?'My view, however, was that the revul -sien against meat was psychological and (Would in due time be overcome by hun...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gunning Again [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

G&nnrag. Again A very handsome gift for th@ re d&stfea-*ot-the-^ebt~upoauthei!,iSsMift? fceda tecel?eii ftem'Guahlag, . wfefitaf. tw jcheciue? totalling ©84 were ssceflve d as a result of a jumble sale. 'Sfe is a wonderful rpsult, aad, as Gtffi; aiag-tes alread^meMls'etiMmrd tea mats Nursing Association to assist ia spacing a bush nurse at Mt. Hope, eoEgcafcolattoas are duo to this en ?tho^astic body pf country women for the good work already done. Mrs. Baird, who called at the oSlce this week, is taking back to her cons xaSitOQ a full report of the 'workings of&sera House, and one , feels sure that ' the members in Gunning will be proud to have helped along this greatly appreciated home.

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DOULTRY Progressive Poultry Culture Broken Eggs in the Oviduct. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

[?] Progressive Poultry Culture (By 'Dachwhm. ') ? Broken Eggs fea the Oviduct. _ This is usually due .to tho hen beiric; kicked or trodden ? upon. Death usually follows, if not immediately, from the injury which breaks the egg after _ several days, as a result of complicated obstruction of the oviduct resulting from the fibrous exudation thrown out about the broken yolk. ? Heavy' hens jumping from high J roosts on to hard ground will some I times rupture tho larger forming yolks or ova, or even fuily formed eggs in ' tho oviduct. Soil Contamination. . Many of the diseases to which fowls and phicks are subject are infections i and are passed from one to another in [ various ways. The eggs of intestinal and gape worms, and a number ? f bacterial diseases, such as fowl cholera, chicken-pox and tuberculosis, _ may _oe Jiarbored in the soil for an indefinite pime, ready to cause an epidemic of disease when conditions are favorablj Sometimes, without any special epide mic, the presence o...

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A Western Trip [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

A Westers Trip ? The Organising Secretary , of tha . Country Women's Association (Mrs. , Irvine) is off to the West &t the bo ginning of next week, and will speak at the Agricultural Conference in Parkes on the 3rd of' April, and at- a ineeting called by the Mayoress, Mrs. Best, to form a- branch of the Association in Parkes; the nest afternoon. She hopes ? to visit Forbes, and; to address tho newly-formed branch at Orango on hor way back.

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

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Meeting at Warrawee [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

Meeting et Warrawe® On Thursday afternoon, next there will be & large meeting at the residence .of Mrs. Fitzhardinge, at Warrawee, to ? formally establish a sub-branch of the Country Women's Association; Lady jDavid, and, it is hoped, Mir. Loxton, will be among the speakers; and Sir . Arthur .Rickardi. has also been invited to address the assemblage.

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Steck, Property, Produce HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

Steck, Property,. Profe j n- £-n.c o ,oj jiiD °'''HOMEBUSrf YARDINCS. m SHEEP (INCLUDING LAMBS). Year, 1925 ? 3,013,878 Year, 1922 ? 3,b02.184 February ? li-2,442 January, 1924 ? 220.477 August, 1923 ? 105.340 September ...„. ? 179,053 October ? ? 2B8.830 November ? 234.898 December ? 23^.735 Last Monday ? 12.618 Last Thursday ? 30.782 (J To-day (drawn for) ? 18,040 CATTLE. Year, 1923 ? ? '329.841 ?J Year, 1922 ? 303,32^ o-- February ? ?„ ? 24.342 January. 1924 ? ? ? 30.510 jj- August. 1923 ? ? 27.002 September ? ? 21,737 i October ? ? ? 23.816 November ? ? ? 28.694 -C December ? ? 22,663 Last Monday ? ? ? 3.28 a t Last Thursday ? 3.926 To-day (drawn for) ? 2,799

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

. Further Reductions IN GALVANISED WIRE NETTING. Per mile. A. B. 42 X 1% — 17 ? ? £53 15 0 £48 0 0 42 x l'/i— 18 ? 41 10 0 38 15 0 42 x 1%— 17 ? 46 5 0 41 2 6 42 x 1%— 18 ? 35 17 6 32 10 6 36 x 1%— 17 ? 46 5 0 41 5 0 36 x 1%— 18 ? 35 7 6 33 0 0 36 X 1%— 17 ? 39 7 6 35 2 6 I 86 X 1%— 18 ? 30 15 0 28 0 0 Special quote for 5 miles and over. Also, Marsupial and other Nettings. BARB WIRES — 4 point; close set. 12 12% . 14 14S About 400 ? G5U 700 930 yds in 1 cwt. 28/- 29/- 29/6 31/- per cwt. BLACK FENCING WIRE. ? 8 10 12 'Slack £17/5/- £18/5/- £19/10/- ton.. S GalVd. £19/10/- £20/10/- £22/5/- ton s HIGH TENSILE. ? , ' 12% 10x12 12x14 GalVd. £23/- £44/-/- £47/-/- ton 26G GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON. In cases of about 10 cwt. ^ 6 7 8 9 10ft. lengths. Orb. £31/5/- £31/16/- £32/5/- ton Crown £30/15/- £31/5/- £31/15/- ton English £29/-/- £29/10/- £30/-/- ton Lower Prices for Galvanised Gutter, Ridg ing, Doors, Sashes, Paints, Oils, White lead, Oils for Machinery and Farm. Portland Cement, £6/6...

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

| Boiled Down We have much to be grateful for Like the Pharisee' We can offer thanks that we are not so bad as other men. Bad as our politicians are, They aren't a patch on the American brand. Witness the .revelations of the 'Oil Scandals.' ' And now the Prime Minister 'of New foundland Has been charged by a Royal Com mission With diverting public funds to his own purpose. Among other things, he raked 40,000 dollars off one steel contract. ] Not a bad little steal. Don't for an instant think that I am disparaging our own people. They do their best. We are only a young country yet, and but sparsely populated. America, after all, is the true Land of Opportunity. o * o o o We were very proud over the launch ing of the 'Fordsdale.' A big all-Australian oil-burning ship, practically nationally owned, it was only reasonable to expect her to be manned and sailed in the best interests of Australia. Union-leader Johannsen, Dane, j thought otherwise. 5 Tiie Communistic Seamen's Union, j who r...

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

fglll ioientific light Testing H. A. Barraclough, \ Ltd., Opticians, of 38o George Street, Sydney, will visit the undermentioned towns : — SOUTHERN TOUR. LEETON.— Hydro Hotel: Wed., Mar. 26th, 3.30 p.m. - 6 p.m. ; Thurs., Mar. 2Vth, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. NARHAN DURA.— Royal Mail Hotel: Thurs., Mar. 27th, 3.30 p.m. - 6 p.m. ; Fri., Mar. 28th, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. BOMB ALA. — Imperial Hotel : Mon. , Mar. 31st, 1 p.m. - o p.m.; Tues., April 1st, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. NIMITYBELLE. — Federal Hotel: Wed., April 2nd, l) a.m. - 3.30 p.m. COOM A. — Clarke's Cooma Hotel : Thurs., April 3rd, 9 a.iir: - 4 p.m. QUEANBEYAN. — Ryan's Hotel: Fri., ApVil 4th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. GANMA1N. — Ganinain Hotel: Mon., April 7th, 10.30 a.m. - 4.30 p.m. COOTAMUNDRA. — Albion Hotel: Tues., April 8th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. HARDEN. — Carrington Hotel: Wed., April 9th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. BOOROWA. — Royal Hotel: Thurs., April 10th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. ADAMlNABY. — Commercial Hotel: Mon., April 14th, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. ; 15thi 9 a.m. - 1p.m. BUNGENDO...

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

Boiled Down j Singapore is shut up. Tho British Government says so. The question is to bo reopened on Tuesday. What about offering them Port Step hens or Jervis Bay? ? Not quite so central — not on the: absolute corner of one of the ocean's* : hiiKipnt thnrniifrliftvrpq. .1; But still opportune for us. I wonder if it really matters. Ships — even turbine-driven ocean greyhounds — are not the fastest thinga : on earth or over the earth. The nest war, if there is a next one, will be mainly a chemists' or engineers' : I war. . i Aeroplanes — twohundred miles ail hour aoroplanes-z-with specially poisonous bombs that will incapacitate a nation in no time Will put the '-Hood' in the ship breakers' dock as effectively as the 'Dreadnought' of 50 years ago Bealed ' the doom of 'England's wooden walla.'' - 'Britannia needs no bulwarks, no towers along the steep.' She hasn't needed that for ages. To-day she needs them less than ever. Her demand now is for aerodromes, airships, aeroplanes and ai...

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