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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

IMPORTANT NOTICE. theTred MIKADO TEA. IF you cannot get it in your township, we will send you a 301b. Half- chest for 30s. ourselves, Carriage Paid to the nearest Railway Station to your Home. Send CASH to Whatham Bros., 334 Kent-st, Sydney. Read carefully our advertisement in Fridays' issues.

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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The Sheepbreeders' Show. EXCURSION RATES [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

The Sheepbreeders' Show. EXCURSION RATES The Railway Commissioners have loyally recognised the importance to the country of the forthcoming sheep show and ram sales to be held in Sydney. They are going to run cheap excursion trains to meet the wants of the men in the country. The cheap trains on the southern line will reach Sydney on Tuesday, June 30th. From the Northern, Western and South Coast lines, on Wednesday, July 1st. The sheepshow begins on July 2nd, at the Agricultural Society's Ground, Moore Park. It will be continued on Friday and Saturday. The ram sales begin on Monday, 6th July, and last till finished, probably Friday or Saturday of the same week. The ex cursion tickets will be available for return — 14 days from date of issue.

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Advance, Dairy Farming [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Advance, Dairy Farming Mr. W. Mills, formerly a butcher of Goulburn, and well known in his district, has leased portions of Tyreel and Wilga, near Moree, and is going into the dairying industry on a large scale. Good luck to him in the work he has started.

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THE COMING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

THE COMING CONFERENCE. A ' Farmer ' has been writing to the ' Manning River Times ' in regard to the tax on stallions. He has his own views in regard to that sub ject, and he's welcome to them. Every man who speaks out on such subjects through the press deserves commendation, no matter what his views are. But 'Farmer' mentions, almost incidentally, as it were, that the Stock Boards of the country do not represent the opinions of the stock owners of the district. We have heard that complaint before, and, probably, it may be true, in some instances ; but will any man arise and tell us whose fault that is? The voting is open to all the stock owners of the district, and only to the stock owners, so if they are nob represented then they themselves are to blame. But ' Farmer ' has put his finger on the button all the same. Nobody represents the stock owner, and that's where the trouble lies. Laws of all kinds are put into operation, but the stock owner has no say in regard to the matter. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

\ 28 CASTLEREAOH STREET, *Nj^£rft XSHEEP AND OATTLE SALeT^^ ? ^* h^S^ iQI & a,\ HOMUbUdH «™ry Monday and Thur«d»y. ^ ^N^/ ^ M &*\. Xj3'^ SALES '^onduoted at City Tardi &' ^«3 tT^^ *LJB AT**** C1T-Jry Tllcafli5r' W«dae«d»y '»4 Friday. --/«& *« ^X/^^^^H^ALF SALES «veryWert««d»y. * ***-? ^3 '« 2 S.^*/l# Xw HORSES * O.mp«d.*r HENDERSON BROS. 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS tSHJH.EP A.N1* CATMLE # jLUESlHJBJir. VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED Good Paddock Accommodation for Stock at Homebush. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION. Account Sales Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale. BERGL Sl BRKBBIN Hat* pleasure in announcing to the Pastor&liata of New South Wales and Queensland that they are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account slthet a* BOWEN or GLADSTONE (Q.), or at SYDNEY, and they have no heaitaftlM in saying that they are able to TREAT STOCK ON THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

TO GRAZIERS. PITT, SON & BADGERY, Ltd. Fat and Store Stock Salesmen. We have the WHOLE of the YARDING and WATERING ACCOM MODATION adjoining the FLEMINGTON SALE YARDS. Good and Extensive Paddocks close by. All Quaker Hill EBtate and other Fine Paddocks on the road at Bl&cktown. Al. FAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night, by careful men exclusively in our own employ. Our Mr. BADGERY conducts STOCK SALES and our Very Large Business is Unsolicited and Well Done. HORSES AS MAY BE ARRANGED. PIGS at Corporation Yards, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. CALVES on Wednesdays. STORE STOOE DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Reliable Information Given. Kjg-l^i% \ ~&*ttvxnarx? guvQeon, W$gh^ I *? Eliuubttk Strut, Sydney. Telephone 2139. Stock & Elation Journal THE OFFICIAL ORGAN 0? thh FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY. TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1896.

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1896. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Umnetalt At ^tolt Jlatao The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1896. SHEEP 8406 Sheep penned. Market opened to a moderate attendance of the trade at late rates, but as sales progressed and buyers became more numerous prices hardened, especially for the few prime sheep penned, and the market closed firmer. Only a few crossbreds penned, the best wethers forward selling to 12s, ewes Ss to Ss 6d. A small number of lambs penned, but market slightly lower ; prime made to 7s 9d, good 6s to 7s. QUOTATIONS : Prime wethers to 9s Good wethers 8s to 8s 6d Medium wethers 6s 6d to 7s 6d Inferior wethers from 5s 3d Prime ewes 7s to 7s 6d Good ewes 6s to 6s 6d Medium ewes 5s to 5s 6d Inferior ewes from 4s 6d Agents' Reports: Following is order of sales as drawn for : — s. d. s. d« Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold— 1030 wethers A. A. Co., Warrah, rail Willow Tree ... 9 0 31 xbred wethers Exors. L. Colver well, Burbong, rail Bungendore 9 5 13 w...

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Good Tutor. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Good Tutor. By advertisement in another column it will be seen that Mr. Harold Hunt wants a position as tutor. He is a first-class man, and will make an ex cellent addition to a family group. His scholarship is proved by his re cord, but in addition to that he's a gentleman. It's all very well to edu cate boys in the three ' It's,' but wise men thinks there's something else re quired. There is, too ! The 'Rural World' says: 'To estimate the height a colt will grow to, take a colt at any time between six weeks and one year, put him on a level surface so that he will stand naturally, then measure the dis tance from the hair of the hoof to his knee joint, and for every inch or fraction thereof he measures he will be hands high when matured. If ho measure; 15 inches ho will grow to be 15 hands high ; if 15-1 incneg ue w^}\ grow to be 15J hands high and so on.'

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LAMBS. [?]itt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

LAMBS. v'Iti, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold 5 lambs J. Perry, Midway, rail Quirindi ... 7 9 19 lambs same owner ... 6 8 2 lambs Exors. L. Colverwell, Bur bong, rail Buugendore ... 7 4 1 lamb same owners ... 6 0 6 lambs same owners ... 5 0 23 lambs Western Agents, rail Cowra ... 5 8 Maiden Bros, sold— 33 lambs J. Hawkens, Laureldale, rail Tarana 5/6 to 5 7 4 hoggets same owner ._ 4 7 Joseph Leeds and Co. sold— 16 lambs Western Agents, rail OraDge ... 5 9 Hill, Clark and Co. sold— 36 lambs Jas. Pratley, Melton, rail George's Plains 6/3 to 6 4 29 lambs Jno. Dainer, rail Bungen dore ... 4 10

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The Sheepbreeders' Show. STATION TELEPHONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

The Sheepbreeders' Show. STATION TELEPHONES. Modern science is making such strides that some of us wonder how we used to conduct our business before the telephone was invented. Yet our grandfathers managed to live to a ripe old age and enjoy it without even a telegraph line or a steam engine, let alone a telephone. Now the man on the land — God bless him — has dis covered that his fence wires may be made into telephone lines at a small expense, so that he will be able to talk to the most distant boundary rider as though he were in the next room. Nobody knows the real advantage of that except the manager of a big station. To have to hitch up a team and drive ten or twenty miles just to give a man a message will soon be a thing of the past. Mr. Ohas. F. G. Kopsch, an electrical engineer, in Bridge-street, Sydney, has gone iDto this business pretty fully and is going to show what he proposes to do at the forthcoming sheep show. Mr. Kopsch will put up a couple of telephones at the Royal...

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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

SINGLETON. A meeting of the Singleton Pastures and Stock Protection Board was held in the Courthouse, on Wednesday morning, May 27th. There were pre sent : The Chairman (Mr. J. Alford), and Messrs. G. Loder, R. Faulkner, P. J. O. McDouall, R. T. Blax land, and H. Rourke, and the Secre tary (Mr. A. W. Alford). Some preliminary business was got through, relating to the destruction of the rock wallaby, hares, etc. Mr. Loder drew attention to a recent meeting of stockowners at Narrabri, which was presided over by himself and which was addressed by the Editor of the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' in a very explicit manner. The report of the meeting was read from the ' Stock and Station Journal ' by the Secretary, when the question came up of the expenses which the stock and station agents had been under on behalf of pastoralists in con nection with prosecutions under the Diseased Animals and Meat Act. The expenses had not been yet recouped and subscriptions towards that purpose wer...

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Pastures and Stock Boards. TENTERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Pastures and Stock Boards. TENTERFIELD. At the last meeting of the Board a discussion ensued. With reference to the resolution passed by the board on the 11 tli March last, with reference to the central representative com mittee meeting to be held in Sydney during the ram sales in July next, a copy of which was forwarded to all the boards in the colony, replies were received from biugloton, U-ermanton, Moss Val(-, Milparinka, Narrandera, Murrurundi, Oooma, Forbes. Walgett, Bathurst, Merriwa, Glen Innes and Corowa P. and S. P. Boards in favour of the resolution ; from Moree, Bur rowa, Pilliga and Condobolin boards against it ; while the replies from the following were doubtful : Picton, Al bury, Yass, Carcoar, Muswellbrook and Moulamein. Letters were also read from Mr, McMillan, editor of the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal,' asking for particulars of the meeting of delegates. It was resolved that the meeting of delegates should be held at Aaron's Exchango Hotel, Sydney, on the 6t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

STOCK AND STATION.— Continued. To Gentlemen Requiring: Carriage Pairs, High-class Hackneys. Indian Buyers, Stud Masters, Specu ators, .Racing Men and others. The BLOOD STALLION 'ARTISAN.' by 'CAPTJVATOll.' BLOOD MARES. THOROUGHBRED PONIES, COACHING MARKS, DRAUGHT HOUSES, SADDLE and STATION HACKS. HIGHLY IMPORTANT UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE OB1 BLOOD STOCK, At BERRY, WEDNESDAY,. 10th JUNE, at 1.30 shaip JOSEPH LEEDS and CO. (in con O junction with Messrs. STEWART and MORTON), have been favored with instructions from Dr. John Hay, Coolangatta, to Sell, by Public Auction, at Berry, WEDNESDAY, loth JUNE, at 1.30 o'clock. The THOROUGHBRED STALLION ' ARTISAN,' by ' CAI'TIVATOR.' 1(3 THOROUGHBRED MARES, in foal to Manton, Churchill and Kucnalf. 5 THOROUGHBRED PONIES, rising 3 year old. 70 COACHING MARES, with foals at, toot by Churchill, Artizan and Lord John (Coaching Stallion). 30 COLTS and FILLIES, rising 4 year old. 30 HEAVY DRAUGHT GELDINGS and MARES, all thoroughly broken, good ages, g...

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Disased Animals Destroyed [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Disased Animals Destroyed The Board of Health has supplied the following return of diseased animals, meat, and dairy cattle con demned and destroyed during April. 1896 :— Summary of Condemnations. — Bullocks : Abattoir, 39 : Fleming ton, 7; elsewhere, 12; surburban slaughterhouses, 62 ; total, 120. Calves : Abattoir, 108 ; total, 108. Cows, Abat toir, 20 ; Flemington, 1 ; elsewhere, 14 ; dairies, 6 ; suburban slaughter houses, 3 ; total, 44. Heifer : Dairies, 1; total 1. Pigs: Abattoir, 278; total, 278. Sheep : Abattoir, 4 ; total, 4. Cattle, unspecified: else where, 16; total, 16. Totals: Abat toirs, 449 ; Flemington, 8 ; elsewhere, 42 ; dairies, 7 j suburban slaughter houses, 65 — 571.

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LARGE ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

LARGE ENTRIES. In spite of many adverse circum stances it looks as though this year's show would be an enormous success. There are about 400 entries from New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania and New Zealand. There are 12 entries for the Government prize for export sheep, and that will mean about 200 sheep. There are also about 22 dogs entered for the sheep dog trials.

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THE QUARANTINING OF INFECTED AREAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

THE QUARANTINING OF INFECTED AREAS. Brisbane, Friday. — The Chief In spector of Stock was interviewed to day in reference to the deputation that waited upon the Premier at Rock hampton. Mr. Gordon states that what the deputation suggested as to the quarantining of infected areas was in effect what the Government had already announced its intention of doing. Regarding the removal of the barrier from the 24th back to the former line on the 22nd parallel, Mr. Gordon states that this would mean the whole centre line of railway, which must be considered as already infected. Several places south of the line on which tick-infested cattle had died ' would be outside the quarantine. He was certain that cattle-owners in Southern Queensland would never agree to this, and they were entitled to as much consideration as those in the central and northern districts. As a matter of fact, the Colonial Secre- ; tary's action in fixing the boundary of the suspected country at the 24th j parallel had gi...

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The Tick Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

The Tick Pest. A telegram from Rockhampton, dated last Thursday morning, runs as follows : — A deputation of stockowners waited upon the Premier this morning. Mr. A. Crombie, who was the chief speaker, explained that at a meeting of stockowners held on Monday it was unanimously resolved that the quaran tine of the twenty-first parallel should be absolute except in tho cases of horses or teams, which must be smeared in the case of horses and dipped in the case of bullocks at the appointed crossing-places each time of crossing, under the supervision of the proper officers ; that the stock should be per mitted to travel only by the routes defined by the local cattle commis sioners, and approved by the Govern ment, and that dips be erected where necessary ; that all stock bo dipped before crossing line commencing on the coast at the twenty-second parallel, and following that parallel to the great dividing range, thence along the range to the central railway, and that the northern bounda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

WEAVER & PERRY, F. G. WEAVER. J. W. PERRY. Stock and Station Agents, FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN, % City Bank Chambers, Pitt Street, SYDNEY LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATION OF FREEHOLD ASh STATION PROPERTIES MADE FOR PROBATE OR OTHERWISE. LESSEES OF FULLAGAR'S WELL-KNOWS TADDOCKS 0T.O2E $C HOMEBUSH. WILKINSON & LAVENDER, STOCK and, STATION AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN, SYDNEY and HAY. E^ABLHHKD-WAGGA VVAGGA, 1870; HAY, 1873; SYDNEY, 1877. LAR&lS WATERING and RECEIVING YARDS adjoining Flbminoton Saijc Yardf Au» Fat Stock Unthuokhd and Watbbkd Immediately on Abriyaji. I \ GOOD PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION. 1 FINANCIAL AGENTS. VALUATORS. LOANS NEGOTIATED I ! ^ALUATOIONS OF FREEHOLD OR STATION PROPERTY MADE. I

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Ensilage and Hay. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Ensilage and Hay. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — In your issue of May 22nd, under the above heading, Mr. Argyle McCallum endeavours to show us how to save our stock in dry seasons. We have been trying, without success, to learn this for the last 50 years, bub in our never-never country we nave nob his river flats, and on our saltbush plains we never see grass such as he describes. Now, we are willing to face our lower conditions, but we can nob stand his telling us that ' what he can do anyone else can do.' We know Mr, McOallum personally, and we love him, but there is one thing thab he can do superbly, in which ' no man in Arizona can imitate him.' Yours, etc., ' Wamba.'

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The A. M. P. Society. TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

The A. M. P. Society. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I have just read your article in Friday's issue, and note that you ' slate,' in a most wholesale manner, all those who did nob vote in bhe recenb A.M.P. Socieby elecbion, and as I belong to the crowd who did nob vobe I cannot let the article pass wibh oub having a ' chip in ' for our side, or for some of them at any rate. Now, Mr. ' Gossip,' I read your articles regularly, and have often marvelled how well, in such a short time, you seem to have got to know the sentiments of the station fellows ; bub I am afraid t- at you have a littlo more to learn about us yet, when you attribute our not vobing to want of interesb or wanb of an opinion, as ib was nobhing of the sorb that prevented us ; ib was simply wanb of knowledge of the candidates. We saw by the notice paper thab Mr. Brown, Mr. Jones and Mr. Sinibh were offering bhemselves for elecbion, and thai was about all we knew. We supposed thab some were good men and so...

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