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

mums 1 ENCLOSED DOUBLE CCAREdI | WINDMILLS &fe PERFECTION i j Their Reliability ie Proverbial, I | Fitted with Machine-Cut Gearo, linll i? ' ? ? Bearlnge, Auto Lubrication, am} h s Btorm-Froot Regulatora. All Work- ? s | lng Parts Enoloeed In a Dust-Froot i S# | Case «vnd run in oil. ' | Ovor uaooo Alston Milln now in ubo. fe i XI unable to procure locally wrlta a | us direct. ? t .? g Expert advicc and catRloguea free, « I JAF.5ES ALSTON & SONS P^.LitSL } , .Queen'a Bridge, J [?]

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 — 25 March 1924

VERY BEST OF FATTENINC . COUNTBV. ! GOOD RUNNING SAL/TBTJSH. BPLEN. ! ' DEDLY WATERED. EASY TO WORK. I 4139 ACRES SETTLEMENT. LEASE PUR i OHAflli £8500 owing Grown on Oredii Fonoior. ' Terms 30 yeara. Xnteres 4 per, cent. Prixicipal I per cent. Pay ablo in annual p&ymontu. No rabbitd 6-roomod homestead and other buildings 2100 sheep, 5 horses. PRICE: £6000 Walk-in walk-out. [ PITT, SON and BADGERY, LTD., | Sydnoy. | E R I N O E IV E S. | North-lVcst. ? 4000 EWES, 2000 rsg. 3 yru.. 1 mk.. bal. r.-;c { Z yrs., 1 mk., shn. July, crutohed, mer ! rams jud. 10th March. 50s. ) ? 1100 EfWES,' 2l4t., shn. Sep., mor. rams jnd : : middle Nov. 42s. Liverpool. Plains. 1125 EWES, 4.5.6 yra., bred on place, bit frames, ehn. Sep., fat, lamb 20th April tc f merinos. 45s. 970 EWES, aged, shn. Oct., well in lamb. ! 25a 6d. | 900 BWES, 4 and rsg. 6-t„ 1 mk., shn. Sop. in lamb to merinos. 45a. 2141 EWES, 4 yrs. next July- Aug., 2 mks.. exceptional quality, shn. Jan.. hlghela*. mer. ranis, jnd. e...

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

OAKVALE. - CLEARANCE SALE. 1 M^Sars. Sellnr and Quodling, Cooma, write to ,£he 'Stock Journal : — Thanks 'to tbe extensive advertising in your'' and .other live papers, the Oakvale clearance ^ale was a record on Saturday, the il5th. A few hundred peoplo rolled up from all parts, mostly from Monaro and ,,as far south as Delegate. Tlie sale of the furniture and plant was at 11 a.m., and' went well then to luncheon. After wards the sheep sale, at 2 p.m., when a , Treat number, of buyers were soon off the mark, keen on procuring some good sheep, being all station bred, ono ear mark. Lot 1, comprising 519 wethers, 1 year, fell to the bid of H. B. Blyth, at 30/6. Lot 2: 250 fat comebacks and crosabreaa, to J. B. Sautelle, Bombala, Holt's Flat, at 32/7. . Lot 3; iioo wethers, 6 and 8 tootli, to H. Taylor, Holt's Flat, 29/6. Lot 4: too merino lambs, Oct. drop, 200 tc E. Crowe, Adaminaby, 28/3, and ttyj, Jjalanoe to D. McPliie, Paupong, at tho same 'figure. Lot 5: 629 ewes, chiefly,' '3 'arl...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£1200 FOR A BED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

£1200 FOR A BED. In Austriu tlie vagaries of the valuta, as the exchange is called, are bewil ering. A bed tor the 'bight costs what, before the war, represented; over £1200; one pays nearly £-1000, pre-war value, for a meul ; about £17 10s l'or a train ride, and over £0 for a post-card. A suit of clothes costs a million kronen if ready-made, and three million if made to measure. Realising these filings, one gains some conception of what life in Austria means to-day. Yet even such a nightmare has Its humorous side. I heard of a peasant who, having at last bought — from sheer necessity — a new suit, was re turning with it in the train when the idea occurred to him to put it on. He was ulone in the carriage, he accord ingly stripped off his ancient rags, and flung them gleefully out of the window. Then, tearing open his parcel, be dis covered to his horror that the shop keeper had forgotten to put in ' the trousers.

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

WYNDHAM MEAT WORKS. The Government will re-open Wyndham Meat Works, West Australia, this sea son on April 10. For the 1923 season the wages of butchers, coopers, and en ginedrivers were reduced by 5 per cent., but the 1922 rates have been restored as a result of negotiations between the management and the men. Printed and published by WIT.t.tam BROOKS, 17 Castlereagh St!, SydneV for the 'STOCK JOURNAL' NEWS PAPER COMPANY, LTD, at their Offices, 17 Castlereagh St., Sydney, In the State of New South Wales. -

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY PARTY. TASMANIAN PRODUCERS. DIFFERENCE OF OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

COUNTRY PARTY. TASMANIAN PRODUCERS. DIFFERENCE OF OPINION. From Hobart: The discussion on the proposal that the Farmers, Stockowners and Orchardists' Association should lend the Country Party Political Fede ration £10 towards preliminary expen ses disclosed the views of several mem bers of the former body at a meeting as to the merits and demerits of the fllllint.™ ?Pr.W-.r Mr. E. Mansell said that the Country Party was a mistake in Tasmania and in other States. He was not a Country Party man, and if they insisted upbii helping the Country Party's organisa tion with funds he and others could not remain members. A motion agreeing to make the loan was carried. Mr. Mansell then ten dered his resignation. Mr. L. M. Shobridge said that they would l-e sorry to lose the services of Mr. Man sell from -the council, and rather than do that he would favour the with diawal of the proposal.' It w:is then deoided to withdraw the ;:roposil, and Mr. Mansell withdrew his resignation.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, MARCH, 14th, 1924. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

SHEEPSKIN AND HIDES SALES FRIDAY, MARCH, 14th, 1923. SALES WERE HELD BY THE SYDNEY WOOL SELLING BROKERS, viz.:— AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE,. LAND AND FINANCE CO.. LTD.; CO-OPERATIVE WOOL and PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD.; DALGETY AND CO., LTD.: FARMERS* ANI) GRAZIERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO., LTD.; GOLDS BROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.;- PITT, SON & BADGERY, LTD.; 0CHUTE, BELL AND CO., LTD.; WINCHCOMBE CARSON. LTD. - SHEEPSKINS. 40,621 wero forward. There waa a large attendance of buyeri and an ex ceptionally strong demand prevailed at i prices which show a frequent advance of i ' ? %d to Id per lb. on late high rates, - the Improvement' being most pronounced la tho caso oi croo3breds. QUOTATIONS. Per lb. Merino— d. d. ? . . ? . Full wools— „„ .Best 22 to 24 Ordinary ? 19 t0 21 Three-quarter wools— Best ? ? 20 to 22% i Ordinary ? 18 to IUVj i Half wools— Best ? ? 17% to 19 Ordinary 15 to 16 Quarter wools— Bo3t *? .,...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Henry Lawson GRENFELL HONORS HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

Henry Lawson CRENFELL HONORS HIM. The unveiling of the memorial to Henry Lawson, which has been erected on tho spot where ho was born 57 years ago. was performed on Tuesday before a very large number of people, includ ing 400 adiool children. The Mayor presided, and after stating that they were honouring a native-born, Henry Lawson, Ue asked Mr. A. H. Grimm, M.L.A., to perform the ceremony. ^ Mrv. ffrinhn .' 1 WCid i1 tihat1 - no greater^. nonour V&m-mmt than that ho shonlc bo asked to unveil had been acquainted witE^tlie poet at ? h^ ^ m ? ancl i^.,waau^i^rj6h^; Grenfell, 'his birth place^. should _liorfour him. He asked the school children to learn Lawson's poems. They were Australia's history, the history of the bush. Mr. Grimm quoted poem a.fter poem, amid great cheering, and then unveiled the me morial. The band played 'Home, Sweet Home,' and the bandmaster sounded the Last Post. Mr. Hugh Main, M.L.A., followed, and said lie was proud to bo present at the unveiling of t...

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

SEND YOUR: — WOOL, STOCK and' PRODUCE TO The SMIHTOT PRODUCERS9 SEiiK COMPANY, Limited Advances Made when Required . m m«UI«iAUn»jnwirifL-wwi-W»i''iwlrfilfwrwn'l*i*KfiT'iiirll'nUUIlJiriH'iJfiliriTirrfiiftffr imir^.nm-»ii*ffm-n.iiwflf.ririyimn irni mirin.Tiimni'inimifiHinfr.iUMii,. w,« mi-t iffl II ? ? S Iff yms have any Rabbit Skins to sell ? Think of pJ S SdBUTE, BELL & C®. LTD. i H - THEY WILL GIVE YOU A FAIR GO. |j

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

'THE PUBLiC jjfjplk TRUSTEE ' . ... 1 ACTS -'AS EX'EOUTOR, TRUSTEE,. ADMINISTRATOR; ATTORNEY, AND AGENT, (Established 1st January, 1&14). VALUE OF ^T~?^TTj^DMINISTER ED AND IN COURSE OF ADMINISTRATION, £6,600,000. Write or call for full particulars. St.? Sydney. ^ PuYho LIVE STOCK- IlSiEMCi ' | ON STOCK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AGAINST DEATH1 FROM I ANY CAUSE AND ACCIDENT. TIME RISKS I1 OR ANY PERIOD UP TO TWELVF MONTHS MARINE TRANSIT, FOALING OASTEATON SSs ALSO COVERED. FOLIC! CONDITIONS AND PREMOM AVAILABLE. Full particulars available from— fsv a *r AN^ company, ltd., n Tlf -Near Catfcle Rine). Or 16 BENT ST., SYDNEY. HENDERSON'S' WHIPS ' T AHE THE BEST They Look better, Fall better, Wear better. T. HENDERSON AP0D SONS, WHIPMAKERS. 313 George Street, Sydney. Stocli Salt citjfrricM ce1'' 1 LET US QUOTE YOU M©G*a!!©cla Carrying Co. » - Alfosas8^ - De Meric's LIGNUM VITOL (Life for Wood) a decorative wood-stain and preser vative, write for samples of colour shades. SIMPLEXOL for...

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Roster of Forthcoming Produce Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, March 26, at 9.30 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

Rosthf^Sf* rForfhcom ing ?Produce. Sales 1924. RABBIT SKINS (Wednesday, March 26, at 9.30 a.m.) 1. GEORGE H. MOXHAM and CO. 2. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD. 3. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 4. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO., LTD. 5. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. 6. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. 7. F. and G. C. G. I. A. CO, LTD 8. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO.. LTD. 9. PITT. SON AND BADGERY, LTD. 10. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 11. AUSTRALIAN. MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. TALLOW (Thursday, March 27, at 10 a.m.). 1. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD. 2. F. and G. C. G. I. A. CO, LTD 3. SCHUTE, BELL AND CO.. LTD. 4. PITT. SON AND BADGERY, LTD. 5. DALGETY AND CO., LTD. 6. AUSTRALIAN. MERCANTILE, LAND & FINANCE CO., LTD. 7. GEORGE H. MOXHAM and CO. 8. GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD. 9. CO-OPERATIVE WOOL AND PRO DUCE CO., LTD. 10. COUNTRY PRODUCERS' -SELLING CO., LTD. 11. WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. SHEEPSKINS (Fri., March 28, at 9.30 a.m.)...

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

| Farmers & Graziers' Co-operative Co. f I LEADERS IN SELLING OF BUTCHERS' AND STATION PRODUCE j | Great care in weighing. Goods displayed to best advantage. B I OUn OALEOMEN HAVE SPENT A LIFE-TIME IN THE BU8INE83 ANdI | | THROUGH THIS EXPERIENCE ARE IN A POSITION TO j g | ALWAYS OBTAIN FULL RULING VALUES I g Which 1b n big consideration to sellers. B I Consign I | ' FARMERS & GRAZIERS ' . - J ^aasMisaaafiasaBsaiiBsiiiiBiijaiBiBsasssBiBDaBJUJesBSBSiBsiiisossmagEgaGsaaaBBsagaBBBaBaBasaaflssaiBSisffimssasEsaMsMisBissQS

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

MAKE JMOMEY ? On the sale of your ? Fat Siock By taking advantage of THE BENEFITS - OUR ORGANISATION OFFERS Experienced Auctioneers Personal attention to all business. Prompt Returns WIRE YOUR TRUCK REQUIREMENTS TO BADGERY BROTHERS LIMITED 10 Castlereagh Street | ? SYDNEY ? .

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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SHOW COMMITTEES ELECTING THE MEMBERS. IMPROPER PRACTICE ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

SHOW COMMITTEES ? * ? ELECTING THE MEMBERS. IMPROPER PRACTICE ALLEGED. From Albion Park.: Allegations were, freely made that, in connection with the recent election of tlie -AlBion' Park A. sulci Jn. Assoeiaciurrs'curiiinircee, ui- . 'dividuaLs outside the '^offiiMtteeSliad ..re sorted to, the improper%)Wfcti^'w-ool^: looting or purchasing balhrj ppper^s in order to make a block, vote against w wcuxi IUVI1IUCI3 m lixu uiu LruiintWLL-tH:, Vith a view to ousting them. One person is alleged to luive acquired 100 ballot-papers by this means. iThe matter came to a head when, at the first meeting of the committee, Mr. J. Timbs requested some inquiry, with a; view to action being taken to put a stop to the practice. Mr. Timbs and Mr, J. Condon stated 'they had wit nesses prepared to come forward to pjrove the ballot-papers were convassed for and collected. During the discus sion it was stated this sort of thing hjad prevailed for 20 years in Albion Bark. | Mr. J. L. Davidson gave notice of...

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5,749,807 AUSTRALIA'S POPULATION. SLOW INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

5,749,807 AUSTRALIA'S POPULATION. SLOW INCREASE. Latest official figures show that thero are 5,749,807 people in Australia. Tho population is increasing enough to swear by, but you would hardly notice it — except in tho cities. An increase for the year of 116,523 persons is indicated by a return made available by the Commonwealth Sta tistician (Mr. Charles H. Wickens), showing tho estimated population of the States and Territories of +,1ia Com monwealth on December 31 last. ! ? The return also shows that, since the census of April 4, 1921, the population of Australia has increased by 314 073 an average rate of slightly more 2 per cent, per annum. MORE MALES. An interesting point, in view of the problem of the excess of females over males, which is exciting discussion in the older countries of the world is that in Australia in every State except Victoria, there arc more males than females, the totals for the Common wealth being 2,930,302 males and 2 819,505 females. In Victoria there...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARLIAMENT. DAY OR NIGHT? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

PARLIAMENT. DAY OR NIGHTP Commenting on the criticism directed against tlie suggestion that the Queens land Parliament should sit in the day time only, the acting-Premier (Mr. Gillies) said he consilered night sittingB l , a re^c the old Conservative uays before the payment of members, when Parliament was composed largely oi business and professional men, and was somewhat of the nature of a glori fied club, to which these men gave the 'frig-end of their energies. Members of Parliament in these days were expected to give of their best, and if it were necessary for them to supplement their incomes by engaging in business, then that was an argu ment for an increase of salary rather than justification for night sittings. v

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

ARMIDALE RECORD. A successful attempt was made to lower the ground record of 7ft. 4in. s at the Armidale Show. / Sport, Vice Regal, and Musician failed when the. bar was raised to 7ft. 5in., but Mr.',;. -,A. L. Payne's Rainbow cleared it at the second attempt. ? ? : — ; — ^ The Dutch have tlie reputation olNj?1 being very economical and very careful''' iu watching the details of domestic af-.» fairs, no matter how small, 'Ilelny !' called the father. :cl 'Vtit?' answered the son. ,f 'Run and count dem geese uirnin. Heiny.' '.'All right.' Heiny went ; Heiny returned. 'Heiny!' said the father. 'Vat?' said the son. 'Did you count dem geese tig/iln. -( - I-Ieiny?' ' . 'Yes.' 'IIow many vas dey, Heiny?' j 'Van.' t 'Dat's right, Heiny.' ?«

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Slaughtering Notices COURT'S CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

Slaughtering Notices COURT'S CRITICISM. The. system adopted in the serving o#f slaughtering notices by butchers up on slaughtering inspectors was strongly criticised at the quarter sessions at Tare© last week. Mr. Browning, Crown Prosecutor said his experience had been that the notices were a huge farce. , Judge Mocatta asked tlie slaughter mrm Tt'.lin wno mvimr -irirlni./.A - vnuvuvv 11 knew or any practical use for the notices. * Mr. Windeyer, K.C. : Yes, your Honor, the consolidated revenue gets threepence for each form. Mr. Browning: And the publio gets 'lumpy jaw.' Witness : It is a shield to the butcher. His Honor : Yes, a shield to the pro prietor and a buckler to the public.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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DEATH OF MR. WM. STOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

DEATH OF MR. WM. STOKES. ; Mr. Wm. Ii^hman Stokes, a promin ent and respected citizen of Cowra, died suddenly after participating in a game of. tennis, which was his favorite pastime, i For many years Mr. Stokes had been engaged in business, as financial and stock and station agent, .prior to which he, was manager of the Australian Bank of;-Commorco in Cowra. He was pro minetly identified in most of the pub lic matters of .any importance in the earlier days of the town, and although pl^sure.o^' business prevented him tak ing- a more active part in recent years, |iiB : practical help was always forth coming. v { His' wife, a sister of Mr. Sloan, of North Logan, predecbased him a 'few years ' ago. His two daughters— Mrs. Harold Busby and Mrs. Stanley Melior ii&re residents of the town.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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POTATOES NEW ZEALAND EMBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 25 March 1924

? 1 ? = I POTATOES — , — ^ ? NEW ZEALAND EMBARCO. j The New Zealand Minister for Agri culture has* refused the potato-growers' request for an absolute etnbargo on Australian potatoes, but says he will submit to Parliament the demand for an increase of duty to £3 per ton. ! Referring to the Australian restric tions against New Zealand potatoes, j.u~ cnx.r, „ ? serious grievance with the growers, for which there is undoubted justification. '[I don't blame the growers for asking that we shut out their potatoes alto gether,' said the Minister, who added, However, that retaliation could cut both ways, and the imposition of an absolute embargo would be unsound. Another attempt will be made to get the Australian prohibition removed or ih'odified. A responsible officer of tlie Department is going to Australia next week, to go fully into the matter with the authorities there. The Minister said he hoped the effort would succeed.

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