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

The New Superior Model Chevrolet. For Power, Speed and Economy. 1 The New Superior Model Chevrolet is the fullest expression of Power, Speed, and Economy. The efficient valve-in-head engine is built for power, speed, and reliability, and possesses an abundance of re serve power to meet all emergencies. The low initial and upkeep costs ? combined with negligible repair bills make the Chevrolet the world's re cognised car for economical trans portation. Then the service that stands behind the purchaser of a Chevrolet is another outstanding feature that in spires confidence in the mind of the .immaniimmiuimuinMroimninmmmmiimiuniitiuaa Chevrolet owner. uiimwHiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHimiimiiiiimuiiiiniimiiiumwmnai Amongst the many distinctive fea- /*% tures of the New Superior Model | / £~~ Chevrolet are Redesigned Springs, -=&=- ff £ stronger rear axles, improved brak- 'Jl / ^ M M ing system, easier steering, more ac- Qz&fi&sBd if cessible oil pump, Remy lighting and star...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIFE SAVING AT 85. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

LIFE SAVINS AT 05. A cable to the 'Herald' mentions : — A message from Paris ^escribes how a retired tradesman named' Descoins, aged 85 years, when smoking a pipe at Asnieres on the Seine, 'saw a woman drop into the river. The old man dashed out. took n 'header,' andi swam some distance. He managed to. catch the woman by the hair and saved her. Without waiting, he ran home and* locked himself in his house, ; fearing congratulations. M. Descoins previously had won several medals for life-saving at sea, including three rescues in one day. . '

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 — 28 March 1924

RABBIT TRAPS at 22/6 These arfc the renowned Jones' Patent, which were in ouch heavy demand two seasons ago. These are for delivery in May next. FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY IVE OFFER: Griffiths' I.X.L ? ? 25/- doz. victor ? ? ? 29/- do*. Lane's Patent ? ? ? 30/- doz. F. W. WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., 41' Huntor Street, Sydnoy.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Redwater [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

I Redwate r , 1 Mr. C. J. Sanderson, ckairtmn if of the Tick Board of Control, 1 1 has arrived at Hurwillumb&h. I| ? Interviewed, he said: — III 'I anticipate another out- If break of. redtcctier within the f| 1 next few weeks. It may not 10 occur, but the odds are that it [ iiHll. In the meantime a full | staff of inspectors is working on I . the i North Tweed. AU dairy | herds are being inspected and | ? treated regularly. I am sm looking for suspicious cages on t the south side of the river.' ? I '

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STUD SHORTHORNS SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

STUD SHORTHORNS SOLD. Messrs. BADGEEY BBOTHEES, LIMITED, Stud Stock Salesmen, 10 Oastlcreaglx-st., Syd ney, report having sold: Account Messrs. Evan Jones & Sons, Llandiilo, Wales, the imported Irish Shorthorn bull, 'Stac of Ul ster, ' together with tho imported English Shorthorn heifer, 'Aldsworth Picture,' v[itU bull calf at foot. The prices ptrid wero in the proximity of four figures; the pur chaser was Mr. A. E. Slode, of 'Glenbar,' Warwick, Queensland. It is worthy of note that inrmediately on arrival of 'Star of Ulster,' at Warwick, he was shown at the local show, where he carried off ohampionship honours, beating amongst others, the * recent champion at the Brisbane Exhibition. For shipment to Western Australia, they also sold : Account Mr. John McMastcr, Binnia Downs, Coolah, 8 stud Shorthorn heifors and 1 stud Shorthorn bull, by tho following sires: Edgecote Filbert, Baritone and Heighton Duke; the purchaser in this instance being Mr. C. A. Roberts, of 'Kay- anaba,'...

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 — 28 March 1924

Tree Killing SOLUBLE ARSENIC (Afsenite of Soda) in powder feady to mix with cold wateir for instant use. = TbiS Arsenic is already mixed with its own dissolving agents, - and it can be used 'for any and evefry purpose for which ordinary Arsenic and Sbd& Ash or Caustic Soda have been formerly used. It is very easily dissolved in cold water, and is, therefore, much ? more convenient for use thaii Pure Arsenic, which is very hard to dissolve. Unfortunately, when dissolving Pure Arsenic in a solution of Soda Ashj. etc., there is usually so much residue left that it contains a great, deal 'of undissolved Arsenic, and as a consequence the material does not do its work properly because it is not the correct strength. Soluble Arsenic prevents this. « ' v Packed in 5§lb. tins. ? - HOW TO USE: ? Slowly sprinkle the Soluble Arsehic into cold water stirrimr vgorduslyall the time, and it will be found that there will be n6 use. °f the tank- Ifc di8S0lves instantly) a^dTs Soluble Atfsfeni...

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

1 BLO - FSJ - DI | I FOR, FLY-BLOW, 8/6 GaUon; alw j I Strychnine, Hullc'E, Go'!. lota, E»/- 055.t ? | Freight paid. Smaller lots, - ?; [ SALT— Coarso 72/6, 80/- 'Rock 115/-. j | Galv. Iron, English, 2SG, £23 ton - | BASIS. ? * [ NETTING & WIRE at L&west Rates, f Also Woolpack3, Windmills,,, PompSri | Piping, Station Supplies, Bluestone, ^ , Carbide, Calcium ; Cyanide, Vlta-Ltckr , ?Tanks, Tea, . Groceries, ? \ Ear PH«r«t Droppers, Etc. r W. N. BEAUMOUMT 60 YOUNG STREET, SYDNEY.

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 Lerida Tops tlie Market at 46AdL 1 AT OUR SALE ON TttE 20th ^EB^tJARY WE HAD THE HONOUR OP SECURING '-V FOR ©EEASf ? WO©L IN THE SYDWEY MARKET THIS SEASON FOR THE LEADING LINE -OF JC/M in diamond/LERIDA ON ; ACCOUNT OP THE EXORS. LATE A. B. CHISHOLM, GOULBURN. :New 'Zealand ?? Loan & MQ; A* Co^ . Ltd. ? @{U] rc? E=? p- evens' specific £ Ll □ Lizra LJ The aBS0LUTE CURE and ,r ?' ? PREVENTIVE for ? FLUKE and WORMS, IftJ© Drenching* mixed with SALT it) TROUGHS, SHEEP FREED from all PARASITICAL. DISEASES, and kept iD ROBUST HEALTH. - SEND FOR TESTIMONIALS AND PARTICULARS. ~{ E A. SPANSW1CK, 4 O'Connell St., Sydney

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAIZE. DUMPING DUTY BY ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

MAIZE. DUMPING DUTY BY ORJM1R. A message from Melbourne : — Owing to the assurance of an abun dant harvest of maize throughout Aus tralia, the Tariff Board has decided to re-impose a dumping duty upon ship ments of maize from South Africa.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUTTER PRICES. DAIRYMEN'S TROUBLES. WHAT'S WRONG? [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

BUTTER PRICES. DAIRYMEN'S TROUBLES. WHAT'S WRONG? Dairymen are ?worried over the price ? of butter. They find it hard to un~ ^ derstand why butter from Denmark arid New Zealand fetches a so much higher price than Australian in the London market. There's something wrong — and the dairymen are suffering b'ecanse : of that something ! . Dairymen vail Jtave ? to .look into it. - . .. . - ^ ? The annual meeting of , tho Dairy Factories' Association, Lismor&, discus-, sed the subject; The secretary point; ed out that the outiook was, very serious, owing to the collapse of the London market. , Tho greater proportion of the butter already ;shippe,d to London waa sent when the local market was' 177s 4d . . Attention was drawn to tho disparity between the Australian and the . New Zealand price, also between Australian and Danish. Present prices were not remunerative, especially in view of re cent droughts and bad seasons. With the latest reduction, to take effect on Monday, the indust...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TERRITORY. CATTLE OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

THE TERRITORY. CATTLE OUTLOOK. A sad commentary on the Northern Territory affairs is conveyed in the fact that out ol' 14C0 white inhabitants 200 are engaged in relief work provided by the Administration. Referring to the matter, the Administrator of the 'JLerrtiory. Mr. P. C. Urquhart, who is at present in Melbourne, explained that these men were chiefly engaged: in making roads. The hope was expressed, however, that in the near futui'e there would again be a considerable export trade in cattle to Manila. The embargo which was lately placed upon the importation of cattle into Manila had, in conse quence of representations that were made by the Minister for Home and Territories (Senator Pearce) been re moved. and with the reopening of the market the exports from the Territory to Manila were expected to reach 20,000 head within, about a year. As this would represent a revenue to the Territory of about £100,000, and would afford a cvertain amount of em ployment,' the news of the remov...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

DO YOU KNOW ABOUT IT? ' If you know about our method of sending Cars away on approval, you will under stand how necossary .lt is for them to be all we claim them to be. 'We give you the fullest detail concerning any Car we may have which in ternals you, and we will send that Car up to you, guaranteeing that you can have practically a whole 'day to test the Car, and to- satisfy yoUrsdlf about It: Then if it is different in any way to our statements concerning It, you can truck It back. We take the whole of tho risk, and we can only do so because our Cars are exactly all that we say they are. i Send to us for full particulars. We'll be pleased to hear from you. Your small car traded in. Terms arranged to suit reliable persons. NATIONAL MOTOR CO., Junction of Wllllafn and Yurong Streets, City. T ©atterie® FOR COUNTRY HOUSE 'LIGHTING * When you buy a house lighting set insist that the BATTERIES bo TUDOR, and so make sure, that you obtain the best possible BATTERY SERVICE. TUDOR BATTERIE...

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

THE HART PARR FARM TRACTOR Which during the past harvest created a World's Record by harvesting 302 bags off 30 acres in one day with an 8ft. header will be demonstrated during the forthcoming Easter Show on Stand 42, in Machinery Avenue. If you can't get to the Show write for full particulars and specifications to — GIBBS, BRIGHT & CO. . 37 Pitt Street i: SYDNEY ' 1 Don't buy a traotor until you have investigated tb# hart-parr, Than you will buy a HART-PARR.*

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The King of Fodders" SOWING TIME FOR LUCERNE. SEASONABLE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

'The King of Fodders'* ? ? SOWING TIME FOR LUCERNE. SEASONABLE ADVICE. In land which has previously been infested with barley grass, or other weeds whose seeds germinate in autumn, August and September are the best months for sowing lucerne ; and under irrigation in the western districts spring sowing is preferable 011 acqount of the rapid growth which weeds make in winter, whilst lucerne is compara tively slow in germination during the cold weather. But throughout the bulk of the areas where lucerne is grown autumn sowing is preferable (writes the N.S.W. .Department of Agricul ture) . For instance, on the North Coast, if lucerne is sown in spring or summer it will have but a poor chance of sur viving amongst the heavy growth of weeds, and March and April are the months recommended. On the New England tableland and similar elevated districts the seed should bo sown in March, so that the roots may be well down before frosts set in ; in the most important of our lucerne areas the sow ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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BAD FRUIT FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

BAD FRUIT FOR ENGLAND. According to Mr. It. B. Orchard, formerly M.H.K., for Nepean, and who has gone to the Empire Exhibition as a representative of the Federal Gov ernment, the blemished apples, amount ing to 450,000 cases, which are to be shipped from Tasmania to migiana this year, constitute a grave menace to the fruit industry. The apples were full of 'blackspot,' and 'many of them would never ripen. They are of course, being sold as 'blemished,' but the fact of them being on the mar ket as Australian will give us a bad ad vertisement. The Americans are not such fools as to send over diseased fruit to the English market. They only sell their best, and 'boost' it all 'the time. The reason for the authorities letting the stuff be shipped was to save loss to the small growers, but would it not have been much better to have processed it, and only sent a clean saleable 'article to the market, even if it realised a little less. We most emphatically cannot afford to send poor stuff ab...

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 — 28 March 1924

j CHOICE FISH FOB LEHT j I Wo hav6 tho largest and best variat-y ? in the Stafco — fresh-MWriUn smoked— including tho famous Now Zealand Smoked Bliio Ctosl. , ^ Sont by Parcols Pott -or Rail to any address,* in tko Ktaio. ; -? - THE N.S.W. FRESH FOOD AND ICE COMPANY, LTD. 25 Harbor Street, City. Who Buys Timber Trial order will' provo the advantages! . | ? w« offer in services and quality. -? |V VanderfieSd & Retell, Ltd. I -T? — - Prompt - and Reliable Timber Mercliarato — — - I . Wo have on hand full atocka of all building timbers. - 1 LEICHHARDT STREET, GLEBE (Send for Prico List and EettmeSes, | , 'PhoneBsMyV2601~4lir.es. :| FREfARIHE FOR 'SHOW To obtain that perfection and 'bloom' that is essential to win, tilO i ' very best of feed; is essential. OUR. MOLASSES FEEDS | ? FOR HORSES, CATTLE AND PIGS are just the thing to put the last touch on. i Composed of only the sweetest and soundest of Meals, blended with j j Molasses, these high-grade feeds - s , MUST GIVE RESULTS ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Mixed Farming SHEEP ON THE WHEAT FARM. AN INDISPENSABLE FACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Mixed Farming ? SHEEP ON THE WHEAT FARM. AN INDISPENSABLE FACTOR. 1 Sheep must bo regarded as an in dispensable factor on thfr wheat farm. They are valuable as part of the work ing plant of the farm for the control of weeds, etc., and as an important and reliable source of income (writes the N.S.W. Department of Agricul ture). While, as a general practice, the use of agricultural land for sheep-raising is unprofitable, if due consideration is given to questions of interest and other items of a like nature, it cannot be taken as a hard-and-fast rule, as the indirect value of the sheep is frequently of greater importance than the cash re turn. It is essential to the success of the crop that the farmer have on his holding as many sheep as possible, compatible with the most economical use of the land for wheat production. Sheep are useful and valuable 011 the following grounds: — 1. They consume and turn to profit the straw left after harvest. 2. They turn weeds to profit and pre vent t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUYING STORE PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

BUYING STORE PICS. When a breeder has more feed than pigs to fatten, he naturally looks round tor stores. While most breeders have (lo stores to sell, except in a bad time, there are always a certain number to be got, mostly in the country. In buying these, great caution is necessary, for two reasons. The first roason is, that the pigs may be of a strain that won't fatten; tlie second is, that they may be diseased. In the first case, the buyer will find himself loaded with loss, _ as pigs of this sort will keep on eating food as long as he will supply it to them, until lie realises his mistake, and gets rid of them at any old price he can obtain. In the second case, if they have disease, they will most probably inject his healthy 'pigs, also the ground and styes; and perhaps ruin his piggery. The safest way, where possible, is to breed your own stores ; or failing that, to only buy .stores from places where you know they only keep healthy, well bred pigs.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARM FACTORS [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

FARM FACTORS (Conducted by ROBERT KALESKI) Correspondence is invited. All questions on agriculture wilt I be answered in ihesa columns. Address-. Mr. Bobert Kaleski , 'Stock and Station Journal,' 17 Castlereagh-st, Sydney I GROUP SETTLEMENT The cables tell us that Yorkshire is founding a now Leeds in Western Australia by inaugurating the town family system organised by Major Bmcnell. The first group of new settlers left that city for W.A. a few i days ago, amidst much enthusiasm. The idea is somewhat on the chain letter system. The first group of set tlers from Leeds write home to their native town as soon as they see what things are like there, and advise their friends , to come out and settle beside them. .TheBO in turn do tho same when they become settled, and so on till all the exportable population of Leeds is settled in a second Leeds in W.A. N The idea seems to be a good one, but, it appears to me that one very important point is being forgotten; that is, where does Australia...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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AUSTRALIAN STORES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

AUSTRALIAN STORES IN ENGLAND. In furtherance of the _ project of selling our produce direct in England, proposals will shortly be^ submitted to Australia for building wheat stores and cold store accommodation ior Australian products. Stocks would thus be avail able all tlie year round, ana giuis una scarcities avoided ; and thus prices would be maintained at a payable level. Deliveries could bo Riven on the spot and unnecessary handlings, with their consequent expense, avoided. One store is to be erected on the Thames, and another in Manchester. it is reported that the Port of Lon don authority is opposing the erec tion of the store on the Thames ; but it must come, as the advantages to both consumer and producer are so obvious that it cannot be held back. The producer hero is becoming finan cially embarassed now, owing to the heavy increase in his production costs, and unless relief is given him in this way, there is grave danger of his hav ing to give up production and come into t...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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