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Our. Exchanges. "DALGETY'S MONTHLY REVIEW." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Our . Exchanges. 'DALGETY'S MONTHLY REVIEW.' This excellent monbhly review for June is to hand, and it is a credit to the firm that sends ib oub. It is printed on splendid paper, such as is a pleasure to handle. The illustrations, of which bhere are a large number, are perfect ; the pictures of Yandillo Station esrjeciallv are abr.ut t,hp bpisf, of the kind ever burned oub in New Soubh Wales. There are some excel lent articles on pastoral matters, and as a review of the month's busi ness ib is a remarkably excellenb pro duction. In bhis issue we reprinb an arbicle from its pages on ' The Sbeiger Merino Sheep.'

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

IP 3ZTOTT SUFFER, TTEUES § LOMBARDIA pilE™Vemtedy. ' 2s. 6d. per Pot. IT NEVER FAILS TO GIVE RELIEF. 2s. 6d. per Pot. This Snecilic is recommended with the fullest confidence to those who suffer from the Piles and wish to obtain immediate relief. They should ask their Chemist or Storekeeper for a Pot of LOMBARDIA, and take no other. To be had from all Chemists and Druggists. F. McDONALD, Sole Proprietor, 110 Pitt Street, Sydney.

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

# 5 6 O'CONNELL STREET, Stock and Station Agentsl Fat Stock and Horse Salesmen. Assistant Salesman - - - J. J. EOWELL. Our Paddocking and Watering Accommodation at Homebush and Blacktown for Fat Stock is Unrivalled. xsrsmEioTxoixr xjsu vji.bjlbzi]d. BRANCH OFFICE at MUSWELLBROOK. UND1E THB MANAGEMENT OF JMCXt. JE1. BUGhGKEKNS. SPECIAL FACILITIES offered for the HANDLING and DISPOSAL of STORE OATTLE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 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 half-penny stamps, P.O.O., or Postal Note, the latter made payable to Wm. Brooks and Co., ab the Exchange P.O., Sydney,

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The Coolangatta Stud. IMPORTANT SALE AT BERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

The Coolangatta Stud. IMPORTANT SALE AT BERRY. A sale takes place at Berry to morrow (Wednesday) that will be ex ceedingly interesting to more than those immediately concerned. It is the sale of all Dr. Hay's celebrated horses, comprising about 300 head of ♦?.ho fino^ti animals in Australia. Dr. Hay intends to make Coolangatta bhe dairying centre of New South Wales, and to this end he is disposing unre servedly of all his stud horses. Cata logues can be obtained from Messrs. Joseph Leeds and Co., Sydney, or from Messrs. Stewart and Morton, Berry, who are selling this famous stud in conjunction. Thursday lasb was the 69th anni versary of the discovery of the Dar ling Downs, and the 107th of the Hawkesbury River. Mr. Frank E. Allan, of Warnam bool, Victoria, has received official in timation that he will be appointed chief inspector of thab colony under the Vermin Destruction Act upon the retirement of Mr. Black in July next). For some time past Mr. Allan has been engaged in assisting...

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Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report— With the opening of the new month it was confidently expected that most lines of grain and fodder would move off more freely than has been the case during the past week or two, except, perhaps, in the :: matter of chaff. This expectation has not been realised, and a lack of animation per vades the whole trade, reaching in some lines, such as lucerne and oaten hay, almoBt a state of stagnation. Arrivals of fodder by rail have been short, but. notwithstanding this, the daily auctions at Redfern have dragged very much. We quote as under : — . Wheat. — No business doing in local mill ing, and values remain nominal. Chick wheat is selling at 3s to 3s 3d for whole grained, and 2s 6d to 2s 9d for screenings. Oats — Prime feed are still very scarce, and limited sales are made at 2s 5d to 2s 6d. Seed oats scarce, and selling at 2s 6d to 2s 9d per bushel. Maize. — Recent advances in values have tended to check consumption, and the trade now holdi...

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Forbes. EDWARD WEAVER AND CO. REPORT— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Forbes. EDWARD WEAVER and CO. Report— Country to Rent. — We have leased, on account of James Jolliffe, paddock near Goolagong. Sheep. — We have sold, on account of Genanagie Station, 5000 wethers, 2 and 3 years old ; Phillip Denning, Back Drou balgie, 4200 wethers, 3 years old ; Jas. F. w Ogilvie, Airlie, 3000 crossbred wethers ; R. f* E. Rawlins and Co., Walla Wallah, 3000 crossbred hoggets ; L. Kirby, Eugowra, 1719 wethers ; Mrs. M. A. Strickland, Bunda « hurra, 1229 crossbred hoggets. A Cattle. — We have sold, on account of ?i Redmarley Station, Darling Downs (Q.), V 400 head of cows ; E C. McAlister, ',{. Wollorgorang, 138 head of bullocks ; N. A. % Gatenby and Co., Jemalong, 30 head of fat i oattle.

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Frozen Meat in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Frozen Meat in England. The London correspondent of the ' Daily Telegraph ' says : — '? On several occasions I have felt it my duty to point out the extent of the prejudice against frozen as dis tinguished from chilled meat, and my fear that it was rather increasing than diminishing. Many persons who formerly purchased frozen are now eating either home-grown, or, ab least, home-killed meat, and the general outlook is not encouraging. What is wanted is a combined effort on the parb of all the Australian colonies to show that, even if the flavour of meat be deteriorated by freezing, it does not lose any of its nutritive qualities. Even in the House of Commons a dead set is being made against frozen meat, and an at empt is being made to prevent its consumption in the army. On Tuesday last Captain Doaelan asked the Financial Secretary of the War office whether, seeing that so many of the contracts for the sup ply of meat to the troops in Ireland would expire at the end of the present mo...

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. i There's a big shop in Pitt-street, Sydney, ,? where they are booming Freetrade. They I build suits of clothes for 45s that they used I to charge 55s for when the duties were s paid. They make 'em of serge, sergerette, I tweeds, and suitings. Quality undoubted. » Fancy getting a suit made to measure from I a large selection for 45s. They make a I dress-suit for four guineas and upwards. It ' looks as if we were going to get our 1 clothes cheap on account of the tariff, so if \ we can cover our anger with decent clothea 1 we won't be so badly off. If we have 45a left after paying our taxes we can look re spectable ; if not, we can look the other thing. Country residents wishing to share in the reduced prices can obtain full par ticulars, patterns, self-measure forms, and tape, by sending a postcard, addressed Hordern Brothers, Pitt-street (only), Sydney. To promote a feeling of interest in colonial industry a business suit is made to order, of N.S.W....

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The Governor's Trip. SHOOTING AT BUTTERBONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

The Governor's Trip. SHOOTING AT BUTTERBONE. Paragraphs have been appearing in the papers about Lord Hampden going shooting with Mr. Hill. The train with the Governor in was said to have stopped at Murrumbidgerie — but it didn't;. It went on past Dubbo, on the Western line, for nearly a hundred miles further to Mullengudgery, near to Nyngan. Then the party would alight and go on to Butterbone with Mr. W. 0. Hill, and I'll bet they'd have a fine time, if it didn't rain, and if it did rain, they'd have a good time !

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OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT. Weekly List of the Newest Publications JUST RECEIVED PER MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

OUR BOOK. DEPARTMENT. Weekly List of the Newest Publications JUST RECEIVED PER MAIL STEAMER. Price includes postage ; all volumes are in cloth, unless otherwise described. Mrs. Hugh Bell's Story of Ursula, paper, 3s ; cloth, 48 Crawford's Adam Johnstone's Son, paper, 39 ; cloth, 4b Duncan's (Sara J.) Hia Honorgand a Lady, paper, 3a ; cloth, 4s Findlater'a Green Graves of Balgowrie, paper, 33 ; cloth, 4s Mrs. Jocelyn's Run to Ground, paper, 3s f cloth, 4b Professor Pearson's Reviews and EsBays, 4s ^ Rita's Joan and Mrs. Carr, paper, 3s '* Mrs. Alexander's Fight with Fate, paper, 3s Becke's First Fleet Family, paper, 3s ; cloth, 4s ' j Send Postal Notes (payable to Wm. Brooks and Co., at Exchange P.O.) or Stamps (id or Id preferred) to ' Book Department,' ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' Office, Queen's Place, Sydney. ?

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Albury. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH 4 CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Alburv. OHAS. L. GRIFFITH & CO. REP0KT ?p^er^rs^arket-! ~rf Ids; bust, pens of cows £3 to £4 odl I cows to £5, fat calves to 30, ; aold draft! i *; for H. Wallace, James Day, H. C. R. Smith, Jingellic Station, H. Tyreel, James Mitchell, H. F. Ogilvie, Wm. Hore, J. J. Hore, Rial Brothers, J. McDonald, Braim, Stevenson and Co., Jas. Wilkins and others. Fat Sheep. — Yarded 2500. Besb pens Merino wethers 7s to 8s 5d, others from 5s 9d to 6s 9d ; crossbred wethers, light weights, to 8s ; a few extra prime weighty aheep to 15s, crossbred ewes, light-weights, but nice quality 7s to 7s 6d, others from 6s, merino ewes to .'s Sd ; fat ]ambs which were in heavy supply sold to 5s 3d for good quality. A few extra weighty lambs from Stony Park making 9s ; small weaners at fe 3s 3d. Sold drafts for— G. Cary, W. Waterfield, A. Gale, Wallace and Guenett, P. Mullavey, J. P. Smith, Wm. Turner, Mrs. D. Lavis, S. E. Watson, Mrs. Wells, E. J. Kernan and others. Also sold pri vately 5500 fat and s...

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Country and Intercolonial. Bourke. J. ANDERSON AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 9 June 1896

Country and Intercolonial. Bourke. J. ANDERSON AKD CO. Report as follows for the week ending May 30 : — Since last report we have sold 320 head on account of F. W. Arn^y tage, Norley, 36 head on account ofs Berrawinnia Downs Station. i Show Sales.— Our Show sales ? passed off well. We yarded 672 head, and cleared the whole out at i satisfactory figures. We sold 299 head on account oi J. Mack, Berry bank, averaging £1 16s ; 92 head on account of James Lee, Larras Lake, averaging £1 4s ; 84 head on account of Eb J, Allen, Stony Creek, averaging 15s; 228 head, on account of Messrs Ebden Brothers, Evambe, averaging £1 15s; 54 head, on account ol Young and Killen, Hili Plain, averaer ing £1 4s. S Stud Cattle. — We sold, on account of John Lee, Bylong, 10 stud bulls averaging £8 1 6s. Horses. —We sold, on account oi Vincent Bowling, Lue, 6 head draught horses, averaging £9. Also, or account of James Tulloch, Botany 1 Arab stallion, price £105.

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

WHEN VISITING SYDNEY INSURE YOURSELF AGAINST APOinCUTO Combined -with TYPHOID, AuUIUtniU, DIPHTHERIA, &o., also your Liabiiity under the Employers' Liability Act, your House against BURGLARY, your Servant! against DEFAULTING. nOr AM ACCIDENT and GUARANTEE U U \J\ 1 1 CORPORATION, Limited, 131 PITT - STREET, SYDNEY (Next Hardic and Gorman's.) HAROLD HUNT, B.A. (Sydney) University, Scholar and Gold-medallist, and late Tutor of St.' Andrew's College, being desirous, for health's sake, to leave the Sydney climate desires employment next year as Tutor on a Station West of the Mountains. Address — SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL, Ryde, near Sydney. SUPERIOR Domestic Servants, Station Hands, male and female, engaged and despatched to the Country. Exchange Rogistry, 88 King-street. WANTED a young Gentleman fo Station V? wishes to lenrn Colonial Experience in Cattle Sheep and Farming. Apply, Editor ?' Stock and Station Journal.' /'GOVERNESS requires re - engagement ; English, \JT advanced mus...

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

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

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTH. BAYNES.— March 22, at The Cottage, Mul^oa, the wife of Richard B. Bayneg, of a son. MARRIAGES. MASON— IIANLON. — May 27, 1856, at the R.C. Church, East Maitland, by the Rev. Father Kenny, Pallister Arthur Mason, of Morpeth, to Katherine, second daughter of the late Terence Hanlon, of Monaghan, county Monaghan, Ireland. DEATHS. ORRIDGE.— June 2, at her residence, 153 Ocean- street, Woollahra, Emeline Leslie, second daughter of the late Hugh Gordon, Esq., of Manar, near Braidwood, and widow of the late J. W. Orridge, Esq., Superintendent of Police at Goulburn, aged 44 years. MACKINNON.— June 1, at Derribong Station, Bogan River, Alexander Garner, eldest son of. Charles MacKinnon, aged 11 years and one month.

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Ticks. TO THE EDITOR "S.S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Ticks. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sm,— For years some cattle on the Illawarra district have been attacked with red water. I have never been able to find the cause, but am informed it occurs more on the new hill farms than on the low lands that have been cleared tor years. The hill farms are all fringed, more or less, by the jungle bushes, where our ticks are to be found. May it not be the tick that causes the redwater. I fancy the tick has been always in Queensland, but now from some cause have increased and become a plague. 'Wa have always grasshoppers, cater pillers, mice, &c, which at times show up in the form of a plague. I have never seen the Queensland tick, but fancy it is the same as our brush fellow, perhaps altered by climate to a small extent. It is not probable, from all we rear* and kno»v, that the tick will er^d much west here or in Quep**0^110^ 'ut the worst of it is they Pre. attacking the country where sheep V11 not Pav- Yours, etc., ??„.„„

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A Life Policy. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

A Life Policy. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir,— In an article in your issue of June 2nd you ask this question, ' Why didn't we save the surplus of the good year for the use of the bad year 1 ' The answer is this : Saving fodder means employing extra labour, and it don't always pay directly. A «reat number of our pastoral properties are in the hands of banks and other money-lending institutions, who don't care what becomes of the nominal owner so long as they get good re turns for money invested, consequently many a man has to sit down and see his stock starve, because the small, extra advance to save them will not be granted. So far as I am concerned I spend all I can earn and all I can borrow, and the only actual return I can show is that I carry more stock and more human beings than most of my neighbours do. This satisfies me, because I am a firm believer in the creed that says, ' The final outcome and consummation of all wealth is in producing, as many as possible, fu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

* THE COLLEGE, * FAULCONBRIDGE, BLUE MOUNTAINS. Head Master : R. F. IRVINE, M.A. (Junior and Senior Scholar, N.Z., and Extension Lecturer, Sydney University.) BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. THE SCHOOL BUILDINGS (formerly the Residence of Sir Henry Parkea) are admir ably adapted for School purposes. Separate Dormitories and Large Schoolroom. Grounds comprise about 10 Acres, Good Playing Fields, Lawn Tennis Court and Crickot Pitch. Elevation, about 1,400 feet ; Beat Climate, taken all the year round, on the Mountains ; Winters bracing but not severe. STUDIES arranged with a view to University Examinations or Professional Life. Great importance is attached to Sporte and Outdoor Life. REFERENCES are kindly permitted to— Thb Lord Bishop of Sydney P« F. Adams, Esq. (Liverpool) The Dean of Sydney G. R. Johnston, Esq. (Liverpool) Hon. E. Knox R. M. Pitt, Esq. (Wentworth Falls) OD. 01 Ewing, Esq., M.P. The Year Book of Australia. Just A^^ -sj\ Just Published. ^S THE V Published. 1896 lYEAR BOOK) ...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [It is not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt, and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] A. J. — Me boy, it does me good to hear from you, even if you hadn't sent the sub. I'd like to come to Brisbane Show and pay you a visit, but life is too disgustingly short. We'll keep sending the paper as usual, and we're glad you appreciate it. Ta-ta ! Vegetarian. — Your advt. from the ' Daily Telegraph ' is interesting : — ' Two irritable bachelors require food and lodging where family troubles are not served at meal times, or chops six times a week for breakfast. Other wanderers not tolerated. Duo, Daily Telegraph Office.' But my cabbage eating brother, it doesn't seem to me that your remedy of vegetables would help men like that. Good meat, well cooked, or six months in Darlinghurst would probably cure them. But cabbage, pshaw ! G. H. Me M.— Thanks for cash. The books have been sent. ...

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