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Fluke in Sheep TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Fluke in Sheep TREATMENT. The N.S.W. Department of Agricul ture, discussing fluke in sheep, writes. Thero is no practicable curative treat meat, chiefly owing to the location of tho adult fluke; but the symptoms may be greatly alleviated l^y a supply of good, nutritious feed. Certain French authorities recommend two drams daily of ethereal extract of male-fern in an ounce of oil, but this is obviously only suitable for valuable sheep, as it is re peated daily for five days. If sheep pi ust be placed on infected pastures, the -.ill effects resulting from iluke may be greatly reduced by the foUewing precautions:1 — 1. Avoid overstocking. If sheep are compelled to feed on short grass there is zsiore likelihood of their picking up vigorous cercariae. 2. Allow all sheep plenty of lick -4 salt and sulphate of iron, in the pro portion of 40 of salt to 1 of sulphate of iron. PREVENTIVE MEASURES. Preventive measures must aim at de stroying the eggs and embryos of the fluke, the snails which ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

I KKINfi=L0G' ION' SATES j Dfec®?pa^ off THESE PRICES : | 0 Gates ami ov©? 12£% Rebate Legs than 6 Gates 7£% Rebate -These Rebates eraly apply until 11th April. I P : _ ? PRICESi I fx 'wT *''« 10ft-) 4^/6 ea. I |f ^^~ || lift., 46/- „ . » '' 15ft., 57/- „ A Si styles and mzes m both DOUBLE and SINGLE gates. The' correct principle to stay any gat® is at right angles. All the fancy styles and ideas, etc., must give way immediately to the sty fa of gate: illustrated. Ten pf . ! these go out So every one ®f any other style . SPECIAL FEATURES. Twenty different Styles. Made in any size or fancy style that you desire. All Joints are Qxy-welded. Joints are guaranteed never to break. M$de of highest quality steel tubing. All stays, etc., are ^welded right into the frame-work of th© Gates, making a rigid job. No threads, no sockets, no b61ts, no nuts. Nothing that can shake loose during years of constant use. The whole frame is welded into one solid piece, which is the strongest principle pos...

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

I Make Your 'Own Stock Liekjj' I Mix ONE PACKET OF COOPER'S MEDICO WITH EVERY 70 LBS. g I . Jk OF SALT, AND PLACE WHERE STOCK CAN HAVE FREE ACCESS. |j v] gaSBt jV- - Cooppr'o Medico contains ingredients which act directly upon the diges- ii m ' ' tive system stimulating the appetite, toning the kidneys, and ensuring H jj ?ffr.T A jiv ? J§ ''wmm . the proper action of the bowels. . p 1 'In addition to being a moBt wonderful stock tonic, Cooper's Modico kills l| m ctonmcb and intestinal worms. 6$ 1 ' Cooper's Medico is put up in cases, each containing twelve packets. The H' i price is 7/6 per packet, or £4 per case, f.o.r., Sydney. jg |S 1 Kri 0'. Cowell, of Pino Park, Grong Group, N.B.W., writes 6/6/23: By Appointment. Manufactured by:— |§ ?fcj 'I liiive use4 Cooper's Medico with tlie groateat success during _ MIIIIIAM rnnnrn o iirnunnn &}? @ iJ tlie past dry summer and autumn. During the time that my Jit © 33ft WILLIMI lUUrfcll & NEPHEWS ml m Li sheep hud free access...

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

^tMi!W»^IUI»LIILJWlia»»«lMW»WV|MlttWlV»Bli*,ll''r'WI,lll' ? ? ? ? ''''I' ' ''WW'' ? '' '' ? ''t* ' ' '' ' ? ^ I sp@cM SALT offev \ I VICTORIAN LAKE, f.o.r., Albury ... ? 75/' ton I STH. A'LIAN LAKE, f.o.r., Sydney ? ? ? 87/0 ton |. Of tho two Salts, wo recommend the STH. AUST. Salt as helP6kA 1 class entirely nil its own, as it comes from the renowned MacDon ell iAKe. This S.A: Salt 1h small, even grain, very clean and white color,- onuroiy free' from dirt, and is the same as used in tho ? Mooki bait Licks, ana 13 packed In New Cornsacks; which can be used for many other purposes. Victorian Lake Salt Is In good strong second-hand bags, and is the beat-quality 'Victorian Salt ottering. Crudo Sheep Salt Is 7/6 ton cheaper, f.o.r. Sydney, but Crude Salt [a too rough and lumpy, and too wasteful In feeding sheep, ana n « Lmuch ch«aper to pay the extra for email grain Salt. F. W. WILLIAMS & CO., LTD., 41 Hunter St., Sydney.

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

? rr—rr, i j. .. , ? , ? ? ? ? j.....ix^t|.y.-iili ? Cheap ¥Aeal. Pickling WHEN VOU CAN DRESS THE GAME QUANTITY OF WHEAT FOR ItB.jWHY PAY 1/3? Those materials aro fullv oxphrned on pages 16 & 19 of this issuo. Tho only rcascti you arc ablo to buy material at lid is because thoro is no 95 per cent duty to bo paid from England. The quality is the highest possible to. obtain. F- 1 V. WILLI AG/38 AND 00., LTD., 41 Hunter Street, Sydney.

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The Smoker's Dream [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

The Smoker's Dream ? (By M. Gunn.) Last year the Australian Tobacco Trust bought 15,481,000 lbs. of foreign grown tobacco leaf (valued at nearly £3,000,000) and only 1,306,000 lbs. of Australian-grown leaf. Aa I loll in my easy cliair And smoke the pipe of peace, 1 see Vague scenes in smoke-rings in the air Passing across my vision free. THE VISION. 1 see xoide, green tobacco fields, Where merry workers' jests and play JResound throughout the livelong day, And every acre riches yields I I see heaped trucks and busy rails Rush down the leaf to crowded quays, Where hefty dockers sling the bales, And^ship them off to the Seven Seas 1 Three Million Pounds those green fields bear : Ah, me I What wealth Australia's folk . Garner from out this green leaf fair 1 Australia's riches lie in smoke ! THE AWAKENING. But soft I What' 8 this? Alack, alack ! Those workers guy, on closer sight , Those jesting toilers all are Black Or Brown »r Yellow — never white I Alas I 1 see — on far Brazil, Afric...

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Tinned Meat HOPE YET. GERMANY'S REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Tinned Meat HOPE YET. GERMANY'S REQUIREMENTS. Mr. Stuart Harvoy, managing direc tor of Robert Little and Co., who re turned to Sydney this week from a world-tour, says thero is hope for the Australian tinned meat industry. The revival of Germany,' he said, meant tho consumption of all the sur plus canned meat that had been lying arouna tne woria since iyib-zU. tier many had bought up a great deal of it, and was still buying. There was a gen eral feeling now that Australia had; a chance to get back into the English market — probably this year. ARGENTINE'S ADVANTAGE. 'Our principal rival, of course, is the Argentine,' said Mr. Harvey. 'Cattle are cheap there, and the packers are able to land canned meat in England at 6s and 7s a case lower, than the Australian product. However, 1 think things will improve when all tho old stocks are cleared out, and thero is a better demand.' Australia couldn't expect preference for her canned meats, he said, be cause, after all, most of the big com p...

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NEWMARKET SALES FRANCIS ROSS and CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

NEWAfiARKET SALES — I I I ? I ? ? — FRANCES BOSS asd OO. Lambs: 132 W. Bonako, loigh Creek, to £1 15-3 4d ;127 8. ; J. Eobinson, Templand Farm, to £1 13s ; 124 Telford Bros., Hyde Park, to £1 13s -ld ave £1 13s Id; 116 A. Mor ris, Bed Hill, to £l.Ma; 114 A. Leishman, Lone Hand, to £1 9a 4d aver £1 9a Id; 74 W. Poters, Woolamai, to £1 10a 5d ; 69 J. K. Doylo, Merrinpum, .to £1 143 Id ave £1 13s lOd; 60 James Bros.. Lanedalo, to £1 14s lOd avfj £1 133 9d; 59 Miss .Eose McEniff, Ifoor oojma, to £1 14s 2d avff £1 9s 3d; 58 from Drumanuro; 50 Thos. Hunter, Stanhope, to £1 13a 4d ave £1 12s 9d ; 45 J. Mitchell, Stanhope, to £1 11b lOd avff £t 11a 4d ; 43 Geo. Baxter, Woodhordt, at £1 lis lid; 32 It. Ritchie, Numurkah, to £1 17a Id ave £1 15s 6d; 36 C. Shiela, Youanmite, to £1 15s Id ilvb £1 13s 8d; 32 M. J. Reed, to £1 lis 4d avg £1 10s 5d. Wethers.— 216 merino, O. Summera, Holm wood, N.S.W.; 108 cmbk, J. Archer, Tarnook, to £1 103 4d; 88 izbred. A. Joss, Greonooli, to £2 3a lfld avg £2 2...

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JOHN McNAMARA and CO. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

JOHN McNAMARA and CO. Wethers, — 469 xbrod, J. O. Edols, Redbajik, Eugowra, New South Wales, to £2 5a 7d, averaging £2 Is 3d; 295 cmbk., Joseph Fenton, Rosalie Plains, N.S.W., to £2 6s 7d avg £2 to (being highest average of the market for tho number); 266 cmbk John E\vaing, Calimo, N.S.W., to £2 5s Id avg £2 4s; 218 xbred, Allan Bros., Bethun. gra, N.S.W., to £2 5a 3d avg £2 2a 7d; 147 Hier., Bird Bros., Strathisle, to £2 6s 6(1 airs £2 6a 9d; 116 xbred, Oooke Bros., Pya long, to £2 6s Id avg £2 4s 6d; 114 cmbk, Albert Ooatts, Mt. Ida, Benalla, to £2 3s 4d avg £2 la 9d; 107 cmbk., Tehan Bros., Ayondalo, to £2 Is 9d avg £2;' 97 cmbk, John Dipk, Cobra m Station, Cobram, to £2 7s Id avg £2 6a 2d. /' Ewes. — 516 xbred, P. Launders, Melrotxj Plains, N.S.W., to £2 3s 3d' avg £1 19s 8d; 316 xhred, PalXrcw,JJtp3„ 01j-vayex, ,fiooka midgera,- NiB-Wi, to £1 17s la avg £1 15s 3d; 204 xbred MeCormack Bros., Woodstock, to £1 19s 3d avg £1 17a 4d ; 231 xbred, Luderman Bros., Morrilands, to £1 17s...

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LUCERNE IN ELEVATED LOCALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

LUCERNE IN ELEVATED LOCALI TIES. Could lucerne be grown successfully on dark chocolate basalt soil at an al titude of 3300 feet? was the query put to the Department by a Waichia cor respondent recently. The land had grown maize for ten years in succes sion without a failure, yielding about 45 bushels to the acre. It was stated, in replv, that the De partment was growing lucerne success fully at Glen limes Experiment Farm under conditions similar to those men tioned. The climatic conditions at Glen Innes were more severe than at Waloha and the surrounding district. — J. N. Whittet, Agrostologist in the 'Agricultural Gazette.'

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

TOBACCO CROW INC, The Primary Producers' Union, in conference on Wednesday, agreed that the executive urge the Federal Govern ment to remove the excise duty on Aus trallan-gro vn tobacco, 'with a view to reviving this fust declining industry.' This proposul emanated from the Tum wortli district council, acting in con junction with the Manilla Tobacco Growers' Association. Nervo. Mr. A. C. Stubbs, of Corowu, captain of the Murray River Rifle Club, when shooting at the V.R.A. annual matches recently received a telegram saying that he had won £4300 odd in what is discreetly called a 'certain consulta tion.' Stubbs coolly weno on with the shooting, and notched 49 out of a pos sible 50.

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

'Kendo' A^nlc.1 Worm Drench (Registered) 20 YEARS ON THE N.S.W. MARKET. DOES Lambs 800 or all: a cost is* Weaners , 533 or r jHt/O Grown Sheep 400 or ' 'KONDO' is prepared as a liquid in 1 gallon tins ready for uso. All you havo to do is to add 4 gallons cold water and cowmen e drenching. kills worms and FLUKE wtth0'1 ? ra _ . the slightest Injury to the dellf^'tt®Mnes 5 @1 /© branes of the stomach^and ^ f Many PffiB ' !Hf / fi ll (?1 ] Worm Drenches cause heavy jo-j*1,1;® [° 1 lliij 11/ M MtiBlB Stock, but 'Kondo,' although deadly to / 3 -Worms, does not havo any se\®r® effects on the sheep treated. 1 1 a sp Manufacturers: ^„^TmLV°siumfd famb£ ??Komlo-' ' THORNLEY & CO. 'tr^on [heilN.' sV.' Me. V U Box 2627, G.P.O. Sydney sheep'cannot spit it out.

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

_Thevor^ that other SaltLick makers aro altering their grades a-1f? stV,os 5-ioks to copy tho 'Mooki' Licks is the best - proof pos sible to set of tho success of tho different 'Mooki' Salt Lick mix tures. _ .Many People thought that it was simply a case of getting somo salt mixed with Sulphur, Molasses, Epsom Salts cto., and they had 'The same Lick' as 'Mooki.' ? Tho difference in the results and tho sales, however havo very effectively shown them that 'Moolu' stands absolutely on its own. The 'Mooki' Llclcs have not been altei'ed in any way at all during the past 5 years, still the &ttne qualities and ingredients arc being used now as 5 years ago. Wonderful results of 5' years ago are being borne out at the present time. For instance: In 1919, F. MoMa-ster of 'IkiU kcith,' Cussilis, got 85 per cent, general 'Lambing from Scrub-fed Etces, and lust Season (1923), Clifton Bros., of Lowcsdalc, got 95 per cent, from their Ewes. FOR LAMBING EWES. it is compulsory to have_ alick ...

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

f WW—*——-—''— ? — r -? - '( | Aramad. tike CouMfiffyl 1 \ ? ' ? ^ (By out Travelling Correspondent —? JR. W. 11. Thomas.) ssssasj Bombala's 47th Annual Show was a record. ; Held on the 12th and 13th March last, In perfect weather. A shower or two of rain previous to those dates would have been ^acceptable in laying the dust. Only one show has ever been aban doned here— -not because of drought, but on account of wet weather. ? The ground belongs to the Bombala Exhibition So ciety and adjoins the town. It is com pact and well ordered. Ornamental trees have wisely been planted round 'Its boundaries, which afford splen did shade, besides addjing~ a pleasant appearance to the whole locality. FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS. With the great progress that this society has made, it has been found necessary to make considerable im .provenients in buildings and in enlarg ing the ring, etc. With this object in view, Mr. A. W. Garnock has lately car ried a motion at one of the society's committee meetings ...

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

Bm it Now — And Sam Money By sending ua your Fnfc Stock to sdl. By sending us particulars of your Stock and Property. Our Splendid Organisation is the! result of 50 YEMtS careful study of HOW BEST TO SERVE 0UK CLIENTS ' ; GIVE ,'US A TRIAL '.-ViflLKINSON. LAVENDER, LIMITED SYDNEY, MELBOURNE. HAY, H1LLSTON AND CARKATHOOL KriWll~1i,T-ll | i-^iiiiiiiiiii n ? [' ? ? ? ? II ' — .

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

Carbon Bi-Sulph. — quince J am.— 6D!b. Drums, 65/- each. ;; sib. tins, 30/10 doat. Calcium Cyamde. — 5lb. tins, s/6 ea.; 101b. tins, 16/- ea.; 25lb. tins, 3G/« ea. Rabbit Traps.— Griffiths' I. X.L., 25/- doz. ; Lane's Patent, 30/- doz. 'R.I. P.' Phosphorus Poison, 2 lb. tins, 32/6 doz. ? Phosphorus (Stick) 101b. tins, 4/1 lb. ; sib. tins, a/8 lb. F. W. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., 41 Hunter St., Sydney,

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

BEST QUALITY ENGLISH AND AMERICAN. Prices quoted below are based on the HUGE REBATE OF 371 PER CENT. OFF THE TRADE PRICE LIST — ENGLISH — AND 40 PER CENT. OFF AMERICAN, making it cheaper than it has been for many years past. We only have a limited supply available at.', this price. 2in. lin. liin. 15in. 2in. ( AMERICAN ? \. . 4d 52d 72d lOd 1/1 | SCOTTISH ? 4^d 6d 8d lOJd 1/12 CUT LENGTHS COST EXTRA. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. Price per length of Troughing complete, with legs, bands, clips, stop ends, plugs and washers. Angle Iron is extra. ^ Iron used is 1st qual. English 22nd Gauge. Legs are No. 1 Angle Iron. Stop-Ends are strongest ever made, being reinforced with Angle Iron and rivetted, making them absolutely water-tight. Re member, Soldered Stop Ends knock out very easily. Sheep, 18in. x lOin. Cattle, 24in. x'llin. 24 ft. length, complete ? £4 13 0 ea. . . £5 2 6 ea. 30 ft. length, complete ? £5 10 3 ea. . . £6 1 O ea. 36 ft. length, complete ? £6 17 O ea. . . £6 19 6 ea. In case pri...

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

STOOK. .AMD STATBOiM ? ? ? (Continued from page 20,) 1 ? g . V LAMP BARGAINS, j (WE HAVE SEEN). A NORTH.— 12 Miles main lino. ' 4800 ACRES ? beautiful chocolate! level country, well Im- ® Droved, large wrest cultivated. Carry 1 oheeip to acre year in year out. Grow a -A fine ehoop grosses, herbage,. plenty water, C ?netted. Carry aheop to acre. 18 pad docks. 2500 Acres clewed for crop, bal ance cleared - and burnt off. Homestead, I cottage, 'phone, etc, l'liia is the beat country for sheep In tlie North, and is ex cellent cultivation.- We absolutely offer this ae a bargain. £4 10a Freehold, it Sa REALLY CHEAP. 6000 ACRES, FREEHOLD. Main line. Beautiful country. Very well improved Splendid homestead, etc. .Something extra good arid cheap. £4 10a Freehold. ' In- c eludes njant and furniture. ? ' 20,000 ACRES, FREEHOLD. Magnificent V Station, with river frontage. Exceptional property. Grows magnificent sheep, wool P and fattens \beautlfully. Asking £5. (In- E eludes irrigation). ' LES ...

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

' -GEIIilyl J S3 TOE WHEAT-GROWING ZOME. ? 714 MRE23, OJP/ (15/- Aero to make Free hold). 7/8 miles rail. Mostly myall and eaJtbnflb, balance box, yaxran, oai, etc. Very UttJo clearing squired. Well im. ' : jjroved. Boundary netted. PMC5E . 56/-. . Present, titlfi: Xcrmia : £500 Oaab, balanco owr. 6 yean: at SW'jer cent,, very ota ?v.:: atje.reasosi for seUin®. PEEE, SON and BADEEY, LTD.. ' Sydney. ?^r OOLCROIV ING PROPERTIES. SITUATED In tho heart of an assured drought-resisting district. Handy : to tho established StooJt Market of Wagga Wagsa. No; 19.-1101 ACHES, Grown Lease. , 40 yours to run, and is convertible into a O.P. 2 miles rail. 150 Acres agricultural or lncerno crowing land. Balance excellent. C^rasing country. New concrete house of 4 rooms, kitchen, sparo room, stables, buggy ohed, yards, etc. Permanently water ed by running creoks. Boundary fenoed ' . and wire-netted. Subdivided into 6 pad docks. PRICE : 37s Acre. Terms arranged. No. 43.— 2758 ACRES, FREEHOLD and C-P....

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

PROPERTY SALE. Bacon and Company. Gunnedah, report having sold, account James McCrabb, his property in Gunnedah district, oomprisiny 405 acres, to Reuben Yates.— Bacon, and Com. pany, Gunnedah.—'

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