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

—sydmey— AGENTS THAT . SELL; STOCK AT. HOMEBUSH I NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND - MEECANflLE AGENCY, COMPANY LIMITED Bridge Street, Sydney. WM. INGIiS & SON LIMITED 28 O'Connell Street, Sydney. wrocecoMBE, carson LIMITED Bridge Street, Sydney. WILKINSON AND LAVENDER LIMITED 1 Spring Street, ' Sydney. JOSEPH LEEDS & CO. 5 Spring Street, Sydney. BADGERY BROS., LTD. 10 Cattlereagh St., Sydney. PITT, SON & BADGERY LIMITED 4 O'Connell Street, Sydney. SHEPPARD, HARVEY JPr rn 89 Pitt Street, Sydney. ' ? ? ' ' ' * AGENTS' IHAtL- SELL STOCK & PROPERTY IN THE' COUNTRY MUDGEE. A. F. Dunn & Co. Crossing & Cox. Malono & Barrott, { ' '' NARRANDERA. Lloyd Brothers. Coo. F. Culley and Co. NYNGAN. ? A. Lyno and Co. Smith and Holmos. ORANGE. j. s. Leeds & Co. ? : ? ? ? ? — PARKES. ? ' Walter J. Kelly. & Co. PEAK HILL. . ? ?' * Smith & Draper. PILLIGA Calagher and Co. QUIRINDI, William cadell & Sons QUEANBEYAN. Woodgers &am...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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NEW STATES TERMS OF COMMISSION. COMPREHENSIVE ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

NEW STATES TERMS OF COMMISSION. COMPREHENSIVE ENQUIRY. The, New States Royal Commission is tackling a big job. The terms are com: prehensive, and the enquiry probably will be lengthy. A lot of the evidence probably will be taken in the country. The terms of reference, announced by the Premier, after Cabinet met, carrying, it is stated, the endorsement of tlie New States movement, are as follows : — To inquire into, consider, and report upon „any proposals which may he placed^ before you for the establishment of a new State or States formed wholly or in part out of the present territory of the State of New South Wales. To report whether in your opinion the adoption of any such proposal, cither in its original or in any amended form, is practicable or desirable. To report upon the probable financial, economic, Industrial, and political ef fects of the establishment of any such new State or States, both upon the re mainder of tlie State of New South Wales and upon the areas included wi...

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Country Railways SEVERAL PROPOSALS. BEFORE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Country Railway:: SEVERAL PROPOSALS. BEFORE PUBLIC WORKS COM MITTEE. T4ie Public Works Committee sat on Monday for the purpose of considering several proposed railway extensions and connections which had been submitted to it by Parliament. Regarding the proposal for a connec tion between Eugowra and the Parkes Forbes line. Mr. U. A. Hodgson, chief traffic manager, Railway Department, gave evidence that the area concerned between Eugowra, Parkes and Forbes was; at present so situated that none of it was further than eight miles by map measurement from existing lines, and it would be obvious, therefore, that there was not room to locate an inter mediate line with prospects of creating any appreciable development. If, however, a through connection had to be considered to link up witli Eugowra to meet future ? requirements, such as affording a duplicate route as between Parkes and Blayney after Bro ken Hill had been connected, the Mug incoble proposal would seem to have most to recommen...

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The Crux of Closer Settlement This article is concluded from last Friday's issue. THE SCIENCE OF NATION MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

[?] . ?_ ? (By 'Contributor.') This article is concluded from last Friday's issue. THE SCIENCE OF NATION MAKING. In earlier days under a simpler form of civilisation all that was required for nation building was the provision of land for the people to settle upon, the maintenance of law and order, and the up-keep of roads, in those times people were required to produce rather for use than for prolit. Tho whole economic condition of tlie world has changed, and to-day, from tlie richest to the poorest, we have to produce lor profit. The reason is simple. A!) products have to be sold in the State, national or world market. Farming has become a scientific industry, requiring elabor ate plant, swift transport, and a stand ard quality of product that is impos sible with the crude methods of tlie past. Owing to tlie tremendous me chanical strides the world has made al most every country produces a surplus of something. This surplus production has a tendency to force down prices, and to mak...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THE WELL-RUN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

THE WELL-RUN BUSINESS. A well-run business is something so pliable and elastic, however great its bulk, that it can meet 'altered circum stances with corresponding changes in policy or organisation. r—L. F. Easter urook in tho 'Fortnightly Review.'

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GOSSIP THE SOLAR SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

C30SSIP THE' SOLAR SYSTEM — — (By ' Gossip .') ? ? O.NCI'l upon a time, a very long - timo ago, as men count time, I was t-cnohing a nipigor Bible class ?in a. little viUaRO in tho IJnited States. . Thoso darkifts 'thought I was a very olevor .man, but they, couldn't under ?stand why I nover used hard words. Tho darkie likes 'lang nebbif words, and na I never used them there was always a doubt about roe. - Ono Sunday afternoon I was explain ing ooraething about tho world, aiid I mado ft sort of globe with my hands, an«J said, incidentally :— 'W9 are liv ing on n globe, and whirling round and whirling round and round, upheld by a power .which passeth all understand ing. At noon wo' re up here, nnd midnight we're down there.? That sounded all right, and it does yet, to me, and it passed without remark. But when tho school was over, and wa teachers were going home, I found my class on the '-stoop' heailed. by tlio village blacksmith, Jim Baker. Thoy were waiting for me, and looking ver...

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LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

LEAGUE OF THE EMPIRE The 'Stock Journal' Branch of the Lenoue of tho Emplro arranges for correspond ence between members here and members In any part of Great and Greater Britain. Merr.bsrs of the same age, and like tastes and attalnmento are con nected. Memtoers write to one another regularly, and may exchange postcards. ctSmpo, nature study specimens, ots. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION: Under16 years, 6d; over 16,. 1/-. NEW STATES. Dear 'Planets,' — The debates on 'A Girl's Career' were most interesting and mado the Page even more enjoy able. I suppose a great many Leaguers will write about the 'New States Move ment.' It's quite a fact that almost half of tho Dooulation of Australia are packed in six cities. 'Daddy's Girl's' letter on New States, was very interest ing, but I do not agree with all she says. I do not agree with smaller States, as tho upkeep of smaller States, I think, would be more expensive than it is at present, as there would have to bo an extra Governor for each State, an...

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B.A.W.R.A. WOOLS SALES DURING FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

B.A.W.R.A. WOOLS ? * ? . SALES DURING FEBRUARY. The Chairman of British Australian Wool Realisation Association, Limited (Sir John Hlgglns), has Issued the following statement showing the sales during February of Australasian wools, owned or controlled by B.A.W.R.A., with the Stocks remaining on 29th February, 1924:— AUSTRALIAN WOOLS. i STOCKS. i DISPOSALS. STOCKS. _ ? |lst February, 19241 Feb. 1 to 29, 1924 ? 29th Feb., 19&4. CROSSBRED— j I ( Bales. Bales. Bales. Combing: ] I Fine 50/58/60's ? 41,000 I 15,000 * 25,000 Medium 44/46's ....[ 16,000 I .9,000 7,000 Low 40's & below ..j 8,000 I 6,000 3,000 I 65,000 29,000 * 35,000 Clothing:. ( Fine 50/58/60's ? 7,000 I 2,000 * 6,000 Medium 44/46's ? 6,000 ' I 2,000 4,000 Low 40' s and below 8,000 I 1,000 ' 1 2,000 | 16,000 5,000 ^ 12,000 Carbonising: Fine 50/58/60's ? 11,000 | 5,000 6,000 Medium 44/46's .... 8,000 3,000 5,000 ; Low 40's and below . . 3,000 | 2,000 1,000 ?| 22,000 I 10,000 12,000 ? ? TOTAL ? | 103,0001 ? 4...

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A FIRST LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

A FIRST LETTER. Dear 'Planets,' — Having decided to join the League, I am making an at tempt at writing a first letter, and I quite agree with other Leaguers that that is the worst part. 'A Girl's Career' has been well dis cussed, and I quite agree with 'Wan- dering Jew's' point of view,' for I think that worldly experience is ne cessary to all girls. Certainly home making seems to be the ultimate end for them, but I think, let them learn something of the world first. 'Clinging vines' are very nice while they have a firm tree to twine around, but destroy the tree and what becomes of the vine ? It is lying helpless on the ground looking for something olse to bear the burden of its weight. Of course, there arev two sides to every question, and many parents are very sorry to lose their daughters. Like most other Leaguers, 1 am fond of riding and dancing, but do not care for tennis at all. I have three horses of my own, and there are a great many more here besides. Roally, some people m...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Stocks and Shares BUSINESS ON SYDNEY 'CHANGE. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Stocks and Sjhares ' BUSINESS ON SYDNEY 'CHANCE. REPORT. Jk Business generally during tho week oa * the Sydney Stock Exchange boa been fairly good, although yesterday displayed a quiet ness. War Loans of tlie Tax Free description aro both firmer, and the Conversion Loan, re cently issued, ia considered by tho Federal Treasurer to have been a success. Bank eh a res have been firm all tho week, and there are not a great many offering.. Brewery shares are steady, whilst luis cellaneous lines have furnished a fair amouut of business and at firmer rates. Colonial Sugar shares have put on an. other £3, and there has been a steady en quiry for Goldrfbrough, Mort, and Wilcox, Moil'lin shares. Howard Kiiiiih and Co. havo- announced a Bonus Distribution of 1 in 3, but this announcement lias not firmed tlie market in any way, as tlie balace-sheet recently issued by the Com pany is not considered altogether satislac tory. Tlie Metal Market has been irregular, but . notwithstanding this, Barrier...

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NEW STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

NEW STATES. Dear -'Planets, '-^You'll be thinking it Is time I sent your forms back. Th&nk yqu so much for them. I would like a foreign comrade, or another Australian would do. Rain! We have had nothing else this last few weeks. Too much rain isn't really any S°°d for one's nerves, do you know? But to-night is beauti ful—bright and cold. How nice it is to have the fresh Autumn air. I've read all the letters oil 'A Girl's Career,' and I really think that Alwyn is right. A home is the place for a girl. She could go and have a look at the world before she settled down home for 'good.' Most men would certainly rather a 'wife who' could cook and sew, than' one who would do nothing but talk.' I haven't read- many books lately, but it is not my fault, because I could not find a decent book; I had read all of them, and started over them again, and got sick of. it. There isn't really anything to write about — ah yes! A debating society would be great. , i I don't think the States sho...

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SURFING. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

SURFING. Dear ? 'Planets,'— We motored to Sydney last week and had a very good trip down; it took us a little over a day. We are -always in the surf at Manly; it is the best place these days, don't you think? At home it was ever so much cooler. It waa rather hard luck our running into the heat down here. I hope some Leaguers about nine teen, seeing this letter will write to me. I don't mind how many -writ© — - the more the merrier. I think cor respondents are so interesting, espec ially if you get them from distant parts of the world. I am .very fond of the pictures, and go quite a lot. I saw such a pretty one the other night — The Valley of Ngumba. I have an African correspondent and she writes such interesting letters. I have two correspondents through the League. I am very fond of reading and have just finished 'The Inimitable Jeeves,' and I' liked it very much. 'A Beachcomber in the Orient' was very good; the author toured the Malay. States, Indo China, Siam, Cambodia, Japan, Ph...

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Railway Notes [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

? Railway Notes ? * ? The following notes are contributed by the Publicity Officer of the Railway Commissioners. The notes will appear in the Stock Journal every week. All of our readers are greatly interested in the railways, and these notes will help to keep them informed of what is going on. It is hardly necessary to add that tho notes do not necessarily express the opinions of the Stock Journal. RAILWAY REFRESHMENT ROOMS. The Railway Commissioners are ln receipt of a number of communications commending the action recently taken at all country Railway Refreshment Rooms to endeavour to preserve a por tion of the counters for women and children. Mrs. Marie Irvine, organising secretary of the Country Women's Asso ciation, says that this is one of the most necessary reforms for the travel ling mother and her family. 'We hope,' she says, 'that all our members will avail themselves of this courtesy by applying only at such special counters.' On behalf of the Commissioners, it may be po...

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Boiled Down [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

1 j Boiled Down | i ? ? ? a Dr. Biederwclf's singing partner is v. named Homer Rodehaven. Homer, you might remember, was a singer of parte. , The man who is going to put the big fodder conservation echemo through ought to be named Joseph. For old - time's sake. ? . JLr you are training your boy for poli tics. call him Demosthenes, for luck. If you want him to out-writ© A. Q. Huie or Theo. HiU in the papers, cali him Junius as a token; Perhaps if .you v think he will mabo his mark in politics, you had ;? better christon him ueorgo Washington. Mr. W. A. Holman remarks tliat' 'Government is a matter of profound ? difficulty.' You would never believe ' it, judged by the men who carry it on. Sometimes it seems that men who can't do anything else govern. ? Democracy: Government of tho people by the demagogues for tlio de magogues. Mr. Holman declares that the coon- - try wants less legislation. Apparently he 'sickened himself, as well a3 the people, of legislation. Winston' Churchill is s...

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CATS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

I ' CATS. We are apt to look upon cats as do mesticated animals, but I wonder. In England maybe the cat is now a domes ticated anintal, but after having lived in Franco and Spain, especially in Xhe country districts, I'm not sure of the true status of the cat. I think that the cat' is only just becoming a domes ticated animal; previously it was lut tolerated vermin, allowed to prey up on rats and mice, the intolerable ver min. Kipling's 'Just So' story is all wrong, even m Europe to-day. — Jan Gordon in 'Blackwood's Magazine.'

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Boiled Down [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

: — ? ? ? ? 13 I Boiled Down ji | The P.M.G., finding the xieed great, ha-s decided to issue postal notes for 5/0. He says he does not know why tliey are needed. 'Who is tattling about Tiitt'si' Government administration in U.S.A. seems to bo well oiled. Yet look at the jolts ! If America is any criterion, when Australia 'strikes ile,' the trouole will, begin. Cabled that 'it is hoped during the Spring to broadcast the song ofr tne nightingale.' Oh, to be listemng-in now that the English mghtingalo is here ! Australia will have to return the compliment by broadcasting the laugh «f t-i a .Tncknss. Ha-ha I If the broadcasters would only put 011 tlio carolling of the magpie, when it finds that big, fat, white grub in the ploughed ground, city life would be a little less intolerable. They will be broadcasting love next. And thon we will all catch it. Reported that the Free Traders are manoeuvring for a place in the Empne Exhibition. Don't be surprised, brothel, if you find l' leu Tiiide...

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Western Australian Elections TRUE POSITION REVEALED. NATIONALISTS BADLY MAULED. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Western fetraSaa Elsctfcs . . & - . - ? . . TRUE POSITION REVEALED. NATIONALISTS BADLY MAULED.. (By 'Westxallfin.') Many Nationalist partisons domiciled in the ESastern States and some dis tance from the scene of conflict are prone to attribute the loss of Nation alist party seats in West Australia to a lack of cohesion of the two anti Socialist parties. . Tharo ia no foundation in fact for tltis view — if any disaffection existed at all that could, even indirectly be considered as a contributory factor for tlie present W.A. debacle, it is that asociated with the regrettable internal schism of the Primary Producers' Association in our great Western sister State. LOSSES AND GAINS. First of all let us review the posi tion — prior to the commencement of the poll the Nationalist party (inclusive of its National Labour adherents, but ex cluding its coalition C.P. following) numebred 19— the ? Country Party to talled 15, while the true blue Laborites aggregated 16. . The present i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

TSw '§-?©£! hi . OH 6S©OK O? EV£RY DEKQBIPX10IT, AGAINST DEATH FROM , ANY OAtJSSS AND* A€30S3)ENT, 1 53MB RISKS TOR ANY PERIOD UP TO TWELVE MONTHS. | MA®mj3 TRANSIT, F04HNG, CASTRATION RISKS ARE ALSO J ©OVEEED. POLICY CQNDITJEOKS AND PREMIUM BEST I AVAILASM8. ? j Fall parfcioulara avaSabld from— ? | A&B COMPANY, LTD., j 1% §k If (Near Cattle Ring), I M O? « BENT ST., SYDNEY. J Iwiw appeess JOHN POTTIE & SONS VETERINARY SURGEONS, j #5® Castfewfli Street Redfern . jyST SOUTH OF CLEVELAND STREET Telephones : Red. £707. Private: Epping con. DO YOU NEED LIGHT /M&M7 AND VENTILATION Mj^ IjM ? la yoturShed, Sana, or House? . J^iir/z --Jmrn Unless you have a sliylignt that is abso- /*?'?/ - // ff-v- ?/ lately watertight and easily worked you ? fiWf & ? wro better without one.- Wo claim of our? MfmM ' tho fgUoTJins odontoses:— //M/f It can be tiznd in position ao quickly aar Jw MM MWmm ? an ordinary sheet of corrugated iron. Ahr Am. 'M§r (l#m It is perfectly wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

! ^'r*'THlffi8agBBg-'w ? [in - ? ? _ j _ __ l in _ii i jiii. ? L .1- ? .1 ? ? ? ? ? ? _ ? ? ? ? ? ? ; ? ? : I i'* The R© jal Show and The Empire EssMMIm® , are visitiQg EMPIRE EXHIBITION — those who are not so fortunate can, however, see SOCIETY'S SHOW — which affords an opportunity to view THE LATEST in PASTORAL and AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, with Great Displays in the MANUFACTURING ARTS. Take Advantage when visiting Sydney during Easter Time to call at PITT, SON & EMMERY'S (LIMITED) Offices, Pastoral Exchange, O'Connell Street, Sydney, and have your CORRESPONDENCE addressed there. SHOW GROUND OFFICE ON GROUND FLOOR OF NEW MEMBERS' STAND. j Sh rlui A I J „ OffliOlliFjNl FOR DEMONSTRATION AT THE GREAT j '?'£% EMPIRE EXHIBITION, LONDON, 1924. a Th-? |^a8 been ggiegfad by tho Exhibition Committee both In Molbourno and London i f in I Vu l ^19 t0 Demonotrato WORLD, tho handllna of tho Golden Floeco by MACHIN S Wg Uy l||f f ERY— on account of Its being the PIONEER and LEADING Shee...

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AMERICAN EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

AMERICAN EDUCATION. If w© measure our education by the expenditure of moneys, by the number of pupils, or by the splendor of the school buildings, the impression of our system of education is most flattering. If we seek for those surer evidences of education, correctness and precision in the use od' the mother tongue, refined and gentle manners, habits of reflec tion and tjie scientific approach to new problems, ? the results are not quite so fluttering. It has boen said that we are the best half-educated people in the world. Th© fraction is too high. — Nicholas Murray Butler, President of Columbia University.

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