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

ilWlliyiWi PlOM I Mokes delicious scones, dainty cakes and flaky pastry. Ligiit and digestible. , Cooio a little more : W©rih -si lot more £100 IN CASH PRIZES Save the lids

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

These HIgfi Grade Boots 14/9 pair at Anthony Hordems? ' That the House of Economy is Supreme for Footwear has been proved over and over again by the offering of sensational values — remarkable alike for excellent quality and low price. Here is a worthy examble : Men's Beat Grade Kip Cossacks, nails and toe-plates, aU solid leather. A most serviceable and «| /] durable boot. Price, pair - li tH' j oJ Carriage Paid ca Footwear in N.S.W., and to the Nearest Port on Interstate Orders. Anthony Hordera & Sons, Limited Brickfield Hill | ? ? Situated In Block 14 — - SYDNEY ?Phone: City 9440. 8 Sydney's Value Centre. \ Bqx ^ ap q

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

Printed and published by UT/LLIAM BROOKS, 17 Castlereagh St.. Sydney for the 'STOCK JOURNAL' NEWS PAPER COMPANY, LTD., at their Offices, 17 Castlereagh St., Sydney, ln the State of New South Wales.

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

MISS W£LTOMP - SET.VCT REGISTRY. ENT^aCOIiON^AL HOUSE! & OASTLEKEAGH STREET, CITY. Ox. Hue tor Bt., 6th Floor. Sa&o Mffc Telophase i 2401 * ? 1 — - — _ BIBS. McCLTJSXY JTODERAL PROTESTANT GOVERNESa and SERVANTS' REGISTRY. let FLOOR 84 HUNTER ST., SYDNEY. STATION SERVANTS a Speciality. Only superior, retiablo Servants retommended. Telephone B 3506.

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY WOOL SALES (1923-24) [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

SYDNEY WOOL SALES (1923-24) . ffhe following table, compiled by tho Sydney Wool Selling Brokers, shows the numbers, dates and allocations of each series', together with the individual sales at auctiop and privately, ai-d the total number of bales disposed of during the 19'J3-24 season, to tlie enu of s^eries 14. ' — ? ? '~1 r— j— : I A.M.L. TCo^pT WJ- 3.P.S. I Dalgety~~j f7& G. I G.M.& I N.Z.L.& | P.S.&B. I Schute I ?Winch. IV. Serlfcs. I DMe. Allocation. | & P. Go. I I'. Co. | Co. I & (in. ICo-nn.. Oo.l On. I M.A.Co. I Ltd. | Bell&Co. | Carson [ Total ' iy^y. j tsules. liaies. j ija.ua. I jjuieb. j I Xjciob. I LtuiUa. 1 uuies 'i ^oi aq ' ' 1 Sept. 17 -'19 33300 9927 | 2880 | 3055 | 2834 1092 6460 2339 4231 928 839/^ 42143 1 2 Oct. 2 - 9 42000 7995 | 3531 3752 | 4425 1191 5290 3^4 315, 2130 o4ou 40910 '3 Oct. 10 - 17' 42000 6644 4301 3830 4553 2317 5603 5002 2641 1496 oJ13 41^00 4 Oci 18 - 24 34000 4057 3699 1587 3761 2924 3477...

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

BUICK The Most Popular Model Four Cylinder Tito Four-Cylinder is the most popular of tho Buick range. It ia B'uick quality throughout, and is called Buick — not a totally dif ferent car to the higher-priced Buicks, and called some other name. Tha Four is made for those requiring a car of low first cost and very low cost of upkeep — but of Buick quality throughout. Roadster. Touring Car. with Imported Body. £400 £405 £415 Wire Wheels, £25 extra. Mclmtosh & Sons, Limited 20 Elizabeth Street, SYDNEY and at LIS MORE. COUNTRY AGENTS IN ALL LEADING CENTRES |1 ? . - ?

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

BARK. The market remains quiet at the fol-4 lowing level of values: — QUOTATIONS. Per ton. £ s. d. £ s. d. Exceptional lines . . to 12 15 0 B;st heavy .1. ? 12 5 0 to 12 10 0 ? Good medium I .... 1110 0 to 12 0 0 Good light ? 10 10 0 to 11 0 0 Inferior ? 6 0 Oto 9 0 0 fc.Z.L. & M.A. CO., Ltd. OW, 1 barrel at £35 15s per ton. F. & C. C. C. I. A. Co., Ltd. MXD, 9 tins at £35 per ton: GD, 1 fifth £38 10s: OT. 1 qtr £36 10s; TA, 3 halves £38; WW, 2 qtrs £36 10s: WS/B, 3 halves £35; GAB, 3 halves £38 5s; R, 9 qtrs £37; QP, 1 half £36 15s; M, 3 qtrs £35 10s; HA, 1 qtr £36; JW/B, 1 third £35; KR. 1 fifth £35; C/W. 1 third £35; BS/B, 1 fifth £35; SJ. 6 fifths £34; B, 14 qtrs £35 5s; MB, 1 third £35. Schute, Bell and Co., Ltd. HL/A, 41 tins at £34 5s per ton. Pitt. Son and eatfftory, Ltd. VARIOUS, 79 tins at £34 15s per ton; Dalgety and Co.. Ltd. ? BON, 16 tins at £34 per ton; JB, 1 third £36. A.M.L. and F. Co., Ltd. T and H/P, i third at £35 15s per ton,; WC/W, 1 fifth £37; ...

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

BLOW-FLIES. ? For many years past, pastor&llsts have been suffering losses airiohg their sheep from the ravage tit felcKVi fly. Many preparations havfe be&h . placed . oh the market with varying results. 'WILfSTOP' Limited, asfiett It is the soundest form of sheep In surance, will dbal with fly arid the maggot in a liianner most satisfactory to the sheep owners. 'WILSTOP' as advertised la this Journal speaks, for itself.

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

Station Backers' Produce Trad© ? # ? Sales were held by the Sydney . Wool Sellinpr Brokers, viz.: — , AUSTRALIAN, MERCANTILE. LAND AND FINANCE CO.. LTD. : COOPERA TIVE, WOOL AND PRODUCE CO., LTD.; COUNTRY PRODUCERS' SELLING CO.. LTD.; DALGETY AND CO., LTD.; FARMERS' AND GRAZIERS' COOPERA TIVE CO., LTD.; GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., 'LTD.; NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD.; PITT,' SON & BADGERY, LTD.; SCHUTE, BELL AND CO.,. LTD.; WINCHCOMBE, CARSON, LTD. RABBIT SKINS.,. 81,032 lbs. Were forward. There was a large attendance of buyers and a strong general demand prevailed at prices which ruled from par to 3d per lb. above last sale's rates, the advance being most pronounced on first heavy pelts. QUOTATIONS. Per lb. d. d. Incomings ? 44 to .49 Autumns ? ? 40 to 42% Racks ? ? 34% to 35% First heavy pelts 41 to 43% Second heavy pelts 35 t'O 38% Third heav-y pelts : ? 33 to 34% First ' milky does ......... to 35% Second milky does ? 30. to 32% Kittens and smalls .... ...

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

TALLOW. At yesterday's auctions 324 casks wero forward. The usual buyers were present, but a most Irregular market was experienced and values were from par to 10/- per ton below late rates. QUOTATIONS. Per ton. £ s. d. £ s. a. Prime butchers' mixed ? 39 10 0 to 40 0 0 Few exceptional lines.. to 41 0 0 Good ? ? ? 38 0 0 to 39 0 0 Medium ? 36 10 0 to 37 10 0 Inferior ? ? 33 0 0 to 36 0 0 Tins, drums, etc. . . 30 0 0 to 35 0 0

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Arrivals of Wool 1923-24 SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Arrivals of Wool 1923-24 SEASON. The following figures compiled by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers show the quantity of wool received at Darling Har bor terminus during the present season: Bales. From July 1 to March 27 .... 620,989 Same period previous seasSn . . 691,769 Decrease ? 70,780 The following figures of the arrivals of wool by sea have also been compiled by the Sydney Wool Selling Brokers — Bales. From- July. l..to .March. 27— . From New South Wales ? ? 17,632 From New Zealand ? 8,018 From West Australia ? 188 From Victoria ? ? 29 From Queensland ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 From South Australia ? 33 T6tal ? 25,901 Same period previous season .... 37,047 Decrease ? ? 11,146. TOTAL ARRIVALS SINCE JULY 1. ' Bales. By rail ? ? 620,989 By sea ? 25,901 ' 646,890 Same period previous season 728,816 Decrease ? 81,926 ARRIVALS SINCE LAST REPORT. Bales. By rail ? ? 3,023 By sea ? ? 3,682 ARRIVALS BY RAIL. Tho following Is a summary of the ar rivals of Wool by rail- during the season from tho . N...

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

W^tf r ' Supply that db@gstfi fail :*\vg ' WITH the Comet' Mill you will be II w assured of a Reliable Water Supply. j H It starts to pump in light breezes — sooner f B than other mills — and p/.vss Long and J B Dependable Service. Simplicity, and Great / fa Strength in Design make this possible. ( Ml Satisfied users throughout Australia are 1 , Ml continually testifying as to 'Comet' ^ I Service and thorough Reliability. Read ttMjf?) their opinions in o-.ir new booklet, ? i iiij 'USE THE WIND!' 1 JRk f comet j | ^WtNDMILLSl I / I SIDNEY WILLIAMS AND CO., LTD., ? L $35 ./fi Works ai-.J Office— DULVVIC! 1 HI LI., SYDNEY B I C'ty 0^'Ce ' |GK°RGE STdREET' ^ ij Alitalia's Write for Library Cataloiuo anJ Li«t« on all subjneta, which will K-- ««ot poit free on application DYMOCK'S BOOK ARCADE, LTD., 428 GEORGE STREET. SYDNEY ! HARBOUR TOURIST TRIPS | j ' T|'li(IM I^OliT .MAl'i/HAIilli AT KU.ri A.ll. AND 2.1f) P.M. '*'* j Every Tuesday and Every Thursday | S|.;K .\ [,[. SVDN'IOV 1 1 A 1 UK...

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

1 1 ii mi ? iiimi i £ — 11 ? ? ..... .. _ - j ! Head Office of [ DENTIST CHARLES I. HARRIS | Corner of King & Pitt Streets, Sydney 5 He has thirteen Surgeries and a Staff of fifty. i f ESTABLISHED IN KINO^STHEET^ SYDNEY,' OVEH 33 YEARS. ! | THE LARGEST DENTAL ESTABLISHMENT IN SYDNEY j 1 TTS-H7 A UIM A HPtOiO' This is the latest Dental invention, : { I OIL KAOliNj J\ I OH and with it there's j j NO PAIN— NO DANGER— NO AFTER-EFFECTS ^ 1 j YET YOU PAY NO MORE FOR ITS USE. | j NO MORE LOOSE PLATES. I j y Q \/\ As these Plates are fitted with my own Patent Suction, Experts : : / ? -v NA. \ declare that it's the best invention so far. It's so good that the Plato j : \ J \ J| l'annot. f;l' either while eating, drinking or talking, and doesn't take j | ^ y up any space whatever, which is a distinct advantage. j i A FULL UPPER OR LOWER PLATE ! j FROM £3/3/-. | j NO CHARGE FOR REPAIRS. NO CHARGE FOR REMODELLING. j { A set of Teeth made in a day if necessary. | A SIGNED LEGAL GUARANTEE...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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Lambs for Market The Motor Truck New Zealand Experiment [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Lambs for Market The Motor Truck New Zealand Experiment Now Zealand is experimenting in tho motoring of lambs from the farm to t Ik; meal works. The 'Stock Journal' mentioned it a few weeks ago, in tell ing of Mr. J. R. Cramsie's trip to New Zealand-. Now Mr. Oranisio has received fur ther news, in a letter from Mr. Frank Wall, one of New Zealand's most; pro gressive producers. Mr. Wall writes: 'I am enclosing photographs showing myself and staff loading into motor lorries for transport from 'Mahnki' to Waingawa Freezing Works, a distance of miles, a 1110b of 1-IS5 fat lambs drafted on the -It h January of this year. 'I have Ibis week also conducted as experiment for the Meat Producers' Board. I look a small lot of 228 fat lambs and divided them into two lots of 11-1 each, one of Which was sent by motor lorry to Waingawa and killed same day. and the other lot despatched by ill-over and killed four days later than the lorry lot. ??The difference in weight only amounted to 1 lb. freez...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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I'VE BEEN READING THE COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

I'VE BEEN READING THE CGMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA. A tribute to tho memory of tlio Rank's first governor. He held office from June 1. 1012. to .Tune (i, 1!-2:5 — thirteen years and live days. Not very' long for a mail to establish a bank of such wide-reaching service as the Common wealth Bank of Australia, but it was enough for Sir Denison Miller to place tho institution among the loading hanks of tho world. Tt gives a Hoar and conioso story of the hank's inception and progress — indeed a close study of its pages would be a liberal education for banking enterprise. Splendidly illustrated, printed and bound, the book is a valuable chapter in the story of the development of the Commonwealth. SECRET FINANCING OF SHIPPING DEAL. It appears that the Commonwealth Bank financed the purchase of the first fifteen Commonwealth ships in London, and the story of how Mr. Hughes brought about that transaction is told for the first time. It is stated that after the last of many appeals to the Bri...

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

j To-day that you also will j I perfect contentment with ! j your washing by using j j | Pure SIREN Soap j i Washes Linen Snow White I I I | Kitchen & Sons, Ltd. I

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

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Our Serial The Lady Boss (All Rights Reserved) CHAPTER III. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

Our Serial ? tt The Lady Boss :: :: By Leila Hamilton :: ?. ??? (All Rights Reserved) CHAPTER III. (Continued). Wihen Mrs. Wallace ami I'atrleia were shown Into the drawing-room by tlie prim, white-capped 'l'eresa, the doctor ami liis sister were there t-- receive them. Tlie room was full of white roses, great waxen blooms that- raised; their queenly heads from tall, crystal vases. jind through tlie opeu window was watted the heavy perfume o. magno lias. The white blossom.- ami the over powering perfume appealed to i'atrleia us being rather toneless ami uncanny, bat little Miss Martha, Hilling about in her rose-colored gown, looked like a gay butterily in the rather soinhre room. '1011 know,' she contided to 1'atricia, while the doctor aiul old Mrs. Wallace were Laving a heated, discussion ou Mr. Lloyd ueorge's latest spcecn, 'you know, Miss Norwood, it is a sad ting for me dat I am liot clever like my brudder. l)e good Cod, he inaKes me pretty to look at. but — 0I1 ! in my head der...

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

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? The Windmill's Best Friend j The ' Buzacott ' Pumper | This extremely powerful little ' \ Engine can be installed without 7 j dismantling your mill. Just dis- ! connect the mill-pump rod and jjf : you can set it working as soon jjl? j as it reaches you. It needs 110 j||: : special platform, no apparatus ijlj j ?whatever..- ?' There is nothing to ' I buy but petrol. ffili : | The 'Buzacott' Pumper is I THOROUGHLY - STANDARD- ^ ^ You never have .to wait for dupli- w £ Price £47/10/- YZ/WT I Completely illustrated and ex- | planatory Booklet 011 request. j ! ! I ? ftazacotfsQ j 7'11 Market Street - SYDNEY : I 1 -Adelaide £(i eet, BRISBANE ! 8

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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THE WORLD GOES ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Country Life Stock and Station Journal — 28 March 1924

THE WORLD GOES ROUND Already things are in progress here for the welcome of the Briiish Fleet, find we country women only wish that we could show them some of the won derful hinterland during their stav It is greatly hoped that a railway run will be arranged, for some of the Jolly jni k iars to rue wheat lands and the irrigation areas so that they may fake back lirsl-hand information to t ]l0 0j,| World of the chances that exist for the proper sort of man in N.S.W. Among the events of last, week has been the Mucknell wedding, wi u-li teok place 011 Saturday evening at St. Philip's Church, Church Hill, the Rev. Canon Belliuglnini ollic-lating. The bride was -Miss Muriel Oldlleid liucknell. third daughter of Mr. audi Mrs. wl Westworth Bucknell. of Quanibone sta tion, and the bridegroom. Leslie .Mope Bucknell. only son of the late Dr. L. KucKiiell, ()l l eter.shani.and of Airs. .Jean Ihicknell ol ;'H Murraylield.s. Edinburgh, Scotland, ' 1 1 1 o bridal lobewasa beaut, fill creation ol ...

Publication Title: Country Life Stock And Station Journal
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