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DATES FOR FORTHCOMING EVENTS. 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

iJATSS FOR FORTHCOMING EVENTS. 1896.4 Castle Hill and District A. and H. Association April 6, 7 Cudal A. and P. Society April 8, 9 National Pomological Society ? April 15 Molong P. and A. Assoc iation ? April 15, 16 Upper Hunter P. and A. Association, Muswell brook ? April 15, 16 Cooma P. & A. Associa tion ? .April 15, 16 Bathurst A , EL, and P. Association ? April 15, 16. 17 Orange A. and P. ... April 21. 22 Warialda P.and A. Show April 22, 23 Macleay A., H., and I. Association ... ... April 22, 23, 24 Hunter River H. and A., West Mainland ... April 22, 23, 24 Richmond River A., H., and P. Society (Casino) April 23, 24 Liverpool Plains P., A., aad II. Association (lamworlh) ? April 2S, 29 Mndgce A., P.j H., ami I ? April 28, 29 Clarence P. and A., Graf ton ? ... April 28, 29 Wellington P. and A. ... ApriJ 30, May 1 Hawkesbury Dist. As sociation ? April 30, May 1 Dubbo P. A. and H. Association ... ... May 5, 6 JM oree P. and A. Society May 6, 7 CoonAmble P. and A. Associatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

' Jaffray's Machinery Register '^j^T I (posted free, on application) containo Complete Lie*b of ^^^#-C,yL ^^ I NEW AND SECOND-HAND ENGINES, ^^VoVsA V*2^^^ I BOILERS, BATTERIES, AND MINING ^^**'^ r\V. VA OV^»^ I AND GENERAL MACHINERY. ^*^fX$\ \^^^^ I MACHINERY FOR SALE ^^T\\\\V U* ^^ , ^ \^ I ADVERTISED ^tf#V- Card an* you will re- I race ^0*^ V\u\3*V-^^^ ceive a copy of ' JAmurt I ^«^\SA^N \^\^^^ Handy Tables '-FREE. I ^^Kt^^V^^^ JOHN W. JAFFRAY & OO., I «***vt \UA * \*t*^ ENGINEERS, AUCTIONEERS, and GENERAL 1 O\^*^ MACHINERY IMPORTERS, I ^fsH^^ 175 &- 177 BCA.-3T STUHIEJIV, SYIDISriEnr. 1 I ILSOI, DE LAUEET I CO, SALE YARDS, NARRAMINE. VTARRAMINE is proved to be the i-| BEST STORE CATTLE SELLING CENTRE, situated directly on the Main Western Railway Line and on direct route of Cattle journeying South. Commodious ( Yards, Inoculating R:ice, every convenience Sales can be arranged for any day. J WILSON, DE LAURKT & CO., : - Stock aud Station Agents, Dubbo MAGTA...

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To Non-Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

To Non-Subscribers. Those who have not yet forwarded their subscription to this ''Journal' are invited to do so. ' The amount is 7s 6d for twelve months, postage 4s 4d extra beyond the colony.^ The year commences from date of payment. Send penny or halfpenny stamps, P O.O., or Postal Note, the latter made payable to Win. Brooks and Oo., at the Exchange P.O., Sydney,

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Agricultural and Pastoral Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Agricultural and Pas toral Shows. [Tho Editor will feel obliged if BecretarleB of Agricultural and other shows will for 'Yai\l dates and full jmrticulara of their ixturcs, together with advertisements giv Dg fuller information concerning the same. Aa ' Tho .Sydney Slock and Stafcior jouiuai ijiruiuarie.s ia.rgciy in cms ana me jther colonies, it forms ;m excellent medium or the publication of all advertising matter ?i.iving reference to Agricultural and J?ue ?c?,',l Shows.] [Oonfcri1 utiooe are invited on subjrofcs »f interest bo paatoralietE and others.]

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Adelaide Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Adelaide Fat Stock Market. Wednesday. — Elder, Smith and Company, Limited, report : — Vat cattle; 600 forward, 80 Queens landers, 230 from the North, and balance local. Prime brof to 22s. We sold 80 cattle. Fat sheep : 10,000 penned, medium and good des criptions predominating, witli prime quality in light supply. 1400 unsold. Prime wethers, 9s Gd to 10s ; good, 7s to 8s. No ewes were yarded. Wu sold 2200. The potato crops at J3 raid wood have been seriously injured by frosts, causing great loss to farmers.

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Outside Sales. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Outside Sales. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., ! report — '. Having sold account E. B. Baker, Binde bango, 10,000 fat wethers. March 3] at, 1896. ;

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Melbourne Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Melbourne Fat Stock Market. Tuesday. — In the live stock market to-day the supply of fab sheep was a moderate one, 18,000 being yarded, a large proportion consisting of good and prime crossbreds. Prime crossbred wethers, 11s 6d to 13s ; extra prime and heavy crossbred ditto, 13s Gd to 14s 6d ; good crossbred ditto, 10= to lls; prime crossbred ewes, 10s to 11s 6d ; extra crossbred ditto, 12s to 13s; good crossbred ditto, 8s to 9s 6d ; prime merino wethers, 10s to 12s ; good merino ditto, 8s to 9s ; middling merino ditto, 53 6d to 7s ; prime merino ewes, 7s to 8s ; second merino ditto, 5s 6d to 6s Gd ; others, 3s 6d to - 4s-6d. Several small lots of crossbred ewes and wethers, prime show sheep, sold at 13s 9d to 17s Gd. 5500 fat lambs were penned. Primo sold at 7s to 7s 6d, extra, 8s to 8s Gd ; good, 5s 9d to Gs Gd ; others from 4s. Wednesday. — In the live stock market to-day, 1360 fat cattle were yarded, comprising 50 of New South Wales, 550 from the north-eastern and Goulburn Valle...

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Retailing Beef. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Retailing Beef. The old question of how to dispo.se of our meat in England comes to the - front in every form. We all realise that the distributing ar rangements as at present con stituted are exceedingly bad. We caiK. about 'rings ana 'corners and 'middlemen' and all kinds of nefarious men who come between us and good prices. But it is a complex matter to deal with. It seems so easy to say ' open retril shops ' and set the rings at defiance, but it's not so easy as it looks. We could open tho shops all right, of course, but it would be making them pay when the trouble wtfuld come in. We'd want, say, 200 shops in Lopdon, and that would mean 200 managers, and say 800 assistants. Now it's not easy to get honest butchers, because there's a deal of human nature about them, and a dishonest man will take all the profit out of a shop in less than no time. Some people may think that this is only a trifling detail in a great business, but it is not. It is an exceedingly important item in a p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

PLEASE READ EVERY WORD OF THIS. THE GREAT SUCCESS ONE OF THE GREATEST SUCCESSES OF RECEN DATE, COMMERCIALLY, HAS BEEN THE INTRODUCTION OF THE 3 PUT UP IN Mb. PACKETS, AND IN 5-lb. TINS, AND SOLD TO THE PUBLIC AT Is. lE^SEI^ IKbIB. l^jg^^'S^ffilHE design of the Proprietors in bringing this Tea out was two Wy^^cW fold- namely:— that the 'MikiUlo' Blend should be jf( (r^feY^I pre-eminently first as the best value in Tea in all Australia : *jV '\g||&/ j ji and, also, that it should be sold everywhere in the Colony to M^jjlsilttl the public at Is. per lb., Cash. Tea, in these Colonies, is an indispensable institution; there is far more ??»f it used in this country per head of the population than in any other country in the globe ; it is, indeed, an absolute necessity in this climate to a healthful .-ondition of the system. Tea is valuable for its KeiVesMng and invigorating properties; it engenders activity of thought, drives away sleepiness, stimulates to greater muscular exertio...

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A Generous Offer. THE HALVES SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

A Generous Offer. THE HALVES SYSTEM. ' Mr. Vincent Dowling (says the ' Queanbeyan Observer ') the owner of Lue Station, and one of the largest landowners in the Mudgee district, has announced his intention of throw ing 1000 acres of good land open to the farmers on the halves system, the same as is adopted in the Riverina. The land Mr. Dowling proposes to throw open is close to the Lue Rail way Station. There is a butter factory in the viciuity, and a permanent supply of water, so the land will be worth the having, as it is well suited , for dairying. This is a generous offer of Mr. Dowling's, and no doubt other landowners will deal with their super fluous land in a like manner. Twenty-five Finland fishermen have been carried out to see on an ice floe. Steamers have gone in search of them. The entries for the Muswellbrook show, to be held on April 15th and 16th, closed on Tuesday, and are more numerous than was anticipated. Cattle, horses and sheep are well repre sented, ensuring mo...

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Retail Shops in England AN OLD CRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Retail Shops in England AN' OLD CRY. The following letter, which appeared in the ?? Queenslander,' will interest many of our readers : — [copy.] Sir, — In your reporter's account of his interview with Mr. Forrest I notice two points on which, if you will allow me, I would like to com ment. Mr. Forrest first deplores the fact that the distributing arrangements of his and other companies are eminently unsatisfactory, and goes on to state that he intends to apply to Govern ment for aid, inasmuch as no indi vidual or company could provide suf ficient capital to distribute the meat direct amongst consumers The first assumption no one will dispute. I have argued for years that we should popularise the meat by re tailing it at a price which would bring it within the means of the poorest, and I think I can show that this can be very simply done without any such enormous capital. The following are the published re tail prices of John S. Fitter and Sons, London : — Choicest Australian beef : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

SEVERAL Sup. F. Gov., certif., all Eng. subj. Music, French, German, Drawing and Sing.; Sev. M. Gov,, Eng., Music, French, Draw., Sing., P. and F. N. work, exc. ref . , good disciplinarian, £26 to £45 ; Sup. N. Gov. (25), Exc, Music, Drawing and E. French, P. and F. N. work (refined and good dis ciplinarian), able to make children's clothes, £30, 5 yrs. ref , waiting ; Tutor, ling., Music, French and Draw. (R.C.), University cerlf.; Sup. Y. Man (22), Bookkeeper and gen. useful on station, not afraid of work, good veg. gardener; f-up. Book and Store keeper, (i yrs ref. Apply, Miss GARDINER, Gover nesses' Institute, 110 Bathurst street. OEYERAL exp. M. Couples, good farm and station O hands, wife, C. and L. and G. S., bake bread, etc. Strong, resp. M C, good station hand; wife, exp. C. and L.; 3 years' rets. ; £70. Sup. M. C, garden, groom, milk/kill and gen. useful, wife C. and L., with girl 3 yrs., £55, sev. exc. rets.; Exp. Carpen ttr, can build houses, fences, &c, exc. ref...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

The rabbit inspector at Mossgiel, has reported to the Lands Department . as follows : — ' During the whole course of my experience in this rabbit infosted country, now nearly nine years, I have never seen the pest so much reduced. Owners went at them in good earnest) at tne commencement of the summer, when the water begau to get low, and did great work with poisoned water ; but during the month of January, while the heat was so in tense, the rabbits died in millions ?, from thirst and starvation. Many ' thousands died in the netting fences in their search for food and water. I frequently travel 30 or 40 miles now .. and scarcely see a rabbit in country '*' that was heavily infested six months ago.' j A man who was sentenced to death in 1863, and whose sentence was com muted to one ot imprisonment for - life, has just been set free in the | Grand Duchy of Baden. An enter prising journalist has been sounding him as to the changes which have taken place during his compulsory exile from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Question Box [Under this heading- we will be glad to bring into touch the men who know and the men who want to know amongst our readers. We will not, under any circumstances, divulge the name of the one who asks a question, but we desire those who answer questions to give us, if possible, their name and address for publication. If they desire to write incog, they must still send their name and address as a guarantee of good faith. We will be glad both of questions and answers.] Can any of our readers tell us the - address of that doctor, in Melbourne, who advises the treatment of deafness with electrodes 1

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY NOON, April 2nd, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday Noon, April 2nd, 1896. No public business has been done in the local market daring the past week, though a few trifling transactions, principally in scoured wooIp, have taken place privately. In such, last week's prices have be' n fully maintained. Partly in consequence of the Easter holi days and some of the buyers intending to slightly prolong them, and partly because of the email quantity of wool that would be available, it has been decided to defer next auctions to the 22nd and 23rd insts., so that a month's interval will take place between last and next sales. Details of last Thursday's sales (26th ultimo), which we were unable to report in last issue, having to go to press before the totals were available :— isiillli ? _£° ? S_ Dalgeby and Co., Ltd.. .. 267 265 11 .. 276 Winohcombe Carson, and Co. 546 469 42 263 774 John Bridge and Co ? 463 228 64 8511143 Total ? 1276 962 117 1114 2193 Present quotations may be given approxi mately as follow : — Descr...

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The A. M P. Society. GOING TO ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR "S.S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

The A. (VI P. Society. GOTNG TO ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, - I notice in the columns of your journal much controversy has of late been going on in connection with the A.M P. Society, and note there is an endeavour again being made to establish a branch office in London. Jby opening an oince in Lionclon there is no doubt there would be an enormous increase in the number of policies, the society being so well and favourably known all over the world, but there would not be a correspond ing outlet in London for money re ceived at the same rate of interest as tlu-re would be in the colonies. That money would have to be invested in the colonies to return anything like a remunerative rate of interest, and such a large amount of additional capital would mean one of two things : that the society would either have to take a larger i it -k, or a smaller rate of interest on its securities. Thia would certainly mean smaller bonuses, and if a financial crisis could affect...

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CITY YARDS. J. C. Young & Co. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

CITY YARDS, J. C. Young & Co. report Fat Calves. — 215 calves yarded. Buyers were full handed from recent heavy yarding, competition being dull and prises low throughout. Best heavy weight vealers made to 40s, small prime quality calves to 18s 6d, medium and inferior trom 9s. We sold 1 truck from Frogmore Park averaging 25s 6d. Fat Pigs. — Full supplies penned, The market was firm on Tuesday, but to-day the number penned was in excess, and prices a shade easier. We sold over 200 pigs at high market ratesas follows : — 73 pigs from Myrtle Ville to 47s, averaging 19s 3d ; 60 from the Hunter to 46s 6d, 22 from Goulburn to 28s, averaging £1 2s 9d ; 7 from Bega, averaging 22s ; 5 from Paterson, averaging 19s 3d; 18 from The Manning, averaging 17s 5d ; 6 from Rous, averaging 29s 3d ; 5 from Seaham, averaging 27s 3d ; 10 from various, to 39s. Store Pigs. — Fair supplies forward, and good values ruling for good for ward stores. Owing to the holidays, we expect a moderate supply of p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

I PETER N. RUSSELL, Squatters' Agent and \ Commercial Broker. | 58 PITT STaj SYDNEY) Quotations on application for I Wool Packs, Salt (Fine, Coarse, or Rock), Fencing Wire, Wire ? Netting, Galvanized Iron, Saddlery, Sugar, Tea, Chemicals, I Machinery, and all Station Requirements. ? /iP^v ^338 George Street, Z^f^^^ ^TMn^l^ THE LiRG]ESir IMPORTER1 ^^^U^^^SsS0^^'^^^ OF fPIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSIC if I In Australia. Sole Agents for the celebrated Pianos - f Stein^av and Sons, I Rich. Lipp and Shn, Erard and Co., Oarl Ecke, Julius Feurich, Gers and I ,„ Kallmann,* Vebel and Lechlector, The ' Victor,' The ' Belling,' etc. ; Estey jt Organs ; Boosey'3 Band Instruments. I Easy Terms, 1, 2, and 3 years. Catalogues Post Free. I i EXPERTS ON CAKE AND PIlS I / \W *v\ *ha* both J^^T f*-^ j '^ '» ,^ and more) . \ \ X0fcfr-S*s^ \ Easily ^~- ^_i ])irr|.|p- ? .^^_ f when Y^^ggg^^^g^ggy^y [ made \ / Annf Uli^i^o SOLD IN 6d- TINS ^ aI1 -g #1 U B I I. § W 1 d- If ^ First Class Grocers. |^CD *^ ? __ ? __...

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Maiden Bros, report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Maiden Bros, report Fat Pigs. — Large supplies forward this week, but buyers having small supplies on hand operated freely, and prices remained firm at late rates for baconers, while porkers had an up ward tendency. We quote extra prime and heavy pigs 50s to 60s ; prime baconers 40s to 48s ; good and heavy 38s 6d to 40s ; good 30s to 38s ; best porkers to 24s ; good 19s 6d to 22s ; others from 13s. We sold 306 pigs during the week as follows: — 34 from the Manning to 43s 6d ; 24 from Bega to 36s ; 45 from the Rich mond to 49a 6d ; 16 from Milton to 28s 6d ; 18 from Candelo to 41s ; 46 from the Hastings to 50s 6d ; 23 from the Bellinger to 40s ; 94 from Singleton to 4's. Fat Oalves. — The supplies penned this week were again in excess of requirements, and prices show no al teration on last week's low rates. April 2nd, 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

I HOTEL METROPOLE Ij them. -I^DaSrErSr. Opposite UNION CLUB and TRAMWAY TERMINUS, and TWO MINUTES from ENTRANCE TO DOMAIN and CIRCULAR QUAY. In *??»»?( W«k| tt ApwtmemU may to ???«?« Mftmtoly ftroai 8* p«r Day ud vpwariU, OnA el Tariff and ail particulars posUd on applloatto* U the lfeMcw,

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