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

Stock Diseases. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' ►sir, — now cnaD we are neanng so much about ticks, fluke, anthrax and goodness only knows whab other kind of diseases, woull it nob be a good time for the pastoralists when they meeb in Sydney in July to approach the Government, and to endeavour to have formed a class for instruction on the hundred and one diseases that our Australian stock is liable to s Only those persons who have ever had ex perience on stations have any idea or the vast amount of ignorance dis played by our stock owners with re gard to even the very commonest of pests. What I surest is that the Govern ruenb be asked to appoint; a lecturer, to give lectures (o.izev the same principle as University lectures) on the different diseases, aud after the course is gone through to hold exam inations, vhieh must be very st-vorc1, aud give diplomas to those who pass satisfactorily. i'y doing lliis uinv will be hide trouble in tindm;_; com petent men to .sond lo the co...

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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A Comparison. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

A Comparison. The loss among cattle imported into Great Britain from Aus tralia amounted to about one in every seven head shipped, from cattle from South America the losses were one in every twenty-five, and from the United States and Canada the losses were only about one in every two hundred head shipped. What's the reason 1

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

.:? Ticks. r Some interesting correspondence .. has taken place in the daily press on the subject of ticks. Mr. J. C. Higginson, it has been pointed out to us, is in error in assuming that the tick is indigenous to North Queens land, and also that on relieving the vi beast of the tick the disease dis i appears. As a matter of facb when | once an animal becomes tick-infested | the fever runs its course even if the I whole of the parasites are destroyed. I Dr. Bancroft has expressed the view that the tick per se does not cause the j fever, but acts as an intermediate host ] of the redwater parasite. It may be | said that Dr. Hunt, of Hughenden, who has made the subject his special . study, and is regarded the best au I thority upon it in Australia, holds I quite a different opinion. He holds i that the materies morbi is not 'car- ' ried ' or 'conveyed' by the tick, I but is derived from the proper or \ ganism of the tick itself. Dr. Hunt's | conclusions may be given as follows : — ?j ...

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Wild Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Wild Dogs. Mr. R. G. Dulhunty, the secretary of the Dubbo Pastures and Stock Protection Board, has received a circular from the secretary of the Con dobolin Board stating that at a meet ing of tbe Board at Condobolinit was resolved that in view of the alarming increase in the number of wild dogs, the board was of opinion that more stringent steps should be taken by the police to enforce the registration of all tame dogs, and suggesting that the matter of registration of dogs and its enforcement, as well as the fees there from, should be transferred in the sheep districts from the police to the Pastures and Stock Protection Boards. The board invited the concurrence of the Dubbo board on the matter.— ' Dubbo Liberal.'

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

Adverbise in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.'

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

ARTHUR J. COTTEE, D.D.S., PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY, PHILADELPHIA. 287 ELIZABETH ST., SYDNEY.

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

PLEASE READ EVERY WORU OF THIS. THE GREAT SUCCESS ONE OF THE GREATEST SUCCESSES OF RECENT DATE, COMMERCIALLY, HAS BEEN THE INTRODUCTION OF THE The Red Packet Tea, PUT UP IN lib. PACKETS, AND IN 5-lb. TINS, AND SOLD TO THE PUBLIC AT Is. 733 X& 31*33. Ift^g^gl^ HE design of the Proprietors in bringing this Tea oat was twu ''?W/^^A fold» namely:— that the ' MikiUtO ' Blend should bc 1 f( (K^N^ M pre-eminently first as the best value in Tea in all Australia : j\ \&3|^%/j! and, also, that it ahould be sold everywhere in the Colony to l^^lggjl! the public at Is. per lb., Gash. Tea, in these Colonies, is an indispensable institution ; there is far more of it used in this country per head of the population than in any other country on the globe ; ib is, indeed, an absolute necessity in this climate to a healthful condition of the system. Tea is valuable for its Refreshing and Invigorating properties; it engenders activity of thought, drives away sleepiness, stimulates to gre...

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

HERBERT XI. UKOWH. XI. W . .BUCK. WM. JJAWBON. HERBERT H. BROWN & GO. LAND, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Melbourne Chambebs, 89 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. All Land and Mining Matters atten ed to. Advances on Properties. Appeals Conducted under the Land Tax. Contractors' Agents. Prompt Attention to all Matters. Land Valuators. Station Sale. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co. report having offered the Welltown Station, comprising about 297 square miles in Darling Downs district of Queensland, at Scott's Hotel to-day. There was only one bid of £50,000 at auction, and property waa withdrawn. Subsequently, it was sold pri vately to Mr. W. Leonard at a considerable advance. Welltown was sold with 107,317 sheep, 1700 cattle and 160 horses. Melbourne, June 11th, 1896. The question of releasing the Mount Rennie prisoners ia now being con sidered by the Cabinet. The Australians have won another match. Beaten an English eleven by 135 runs. They'll have to be careful of swel...

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

^fcOafTCEl^Zr- Oppo.lt* UNION OtMO and TRAMWAY TBRMINUO, ami TWO MINUTES from BNTRANOB TO DOMAIN and CIROUWAR QUAY.

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Some Startling Items. OUR CHIEF INSPECTOR OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Some Startling Items. OUR CHIEF INSPECTOR OF STOCK. A large book was recently issued by the Government of New South Wales which we reviewed very briefly at the time of issue. It is called ' New South Wales, the Mother Colony of the Aus tralasias.' Price, 5s. Any review of such a book must necessarily be sketchy, but one of the articles in it is full of bitter significance to our pas toralists. It is by Mr. Alex. Bruce, our Chief Inspector of Stock, and, coming from him, it is necessarily of deep importance. On page 97 of the book, in an article headed ' Live Stock,' Mr. Bruce says : — 'Since 1891 the increase in the number of sheep has stopped, and last year (1894) there were about 5,000,000 less sheep than in 1891. This has arisen from several causes, of which the following are the princi pal : — ' 1. The carrying capacity of the runs in the present state of their im provement had been more than reached. ' 2. The system of breeding for numbers and wool, and selling breed ing and st...

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"Australian Gossip and Story." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

' Australian Gossip and Story.' The journal of the Royal Colonial Institute in London, speaking about our ' Gossip book,' says : — ' This is a aeries of short stories which have from time to time appeared in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal,' from the pen of one who terms himself 'The Globe Trotter.' Most of ihem refer directly to the Australian colonies and to questions connected with their history and development, such as ' Australian Progress,' ' A Riverina Station,' &c. The work is brightly written and contains numerous repro ductions from the photographs of Sydney, and of the famous Belmont Park stud, the property of Mr. Phillip Charley, who is stated to have done so much for the improvement of the stud stock in New South Wales.'

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The Visit of Mr. Bruce. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

The Visit of Mr. Bruce. Says the ' Queensland Grazier : ' ' Queensland stockowners will regret that the visit of Mr. Bruce, Chief Inspector of Stock in New South Wales, has not been made under more pleasant auspices. The re gret is not a selfish one, for officially and otherwise our people would have been glad to see Mr. Bruce here, and to exchange ideas with him upon many subjects of mutual interest. There are various points upon which Mr. Bruce's ex perience might enlighten us, but the main object of his visit so completely obscures all else that we shall have to content ourselves with his views and recommendationb upon the tick plague. In referring to Mr. Bruoe's mission we may say at the outset that it represents a friendly interest on the part of the Government of New South Wales, and that the mother colony is very deeply concerned in the spread of the ticks and the means taken to check their ravages. An unfriendly neighbor, or even an ordinarily friendly neighbor, with no self...

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Smoking and Bacteria. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Smoking and Bacteria. Professor Anderson Stuart, Presi dent of the Board of Health, has been saying that whisky does not destroy germs in water. We think he is wrong, and we hope he is wrong, But here's a comforting item in regard to smokinsr. anvwav :— An H.™nmnlishfld bacteriologist has reported a curious experiment. Having cultivated some bacteria from the mouth and throat, he subjected them to a tobacco smoke in a special designed apparatus, so as not to 'expose them more than they would be exposed in ordinary inhala tion by the mouth. They were then returned to a broth culture, and found to be sterilised — that is, their vitality was gone, they ceased to grow and they were virtually destroyed. He regards the inference as irresistible. i

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

^BAKER'S LOCK BACK' JACK KNIFE for Lamb Tailing, Skinning etc. 3s Gd. each. ix-st free, j 'Wr- JKro- ^BAJESZlSZBe,, Oxji^x.3e3E&J 3 JESLsinrrK'tttt S'arasEE'ar, Sypjje^. THE MISFIT PARLOR (REGISTERED). The Most Wonderful Organization in Australia. To form an idea of some of the MARVELLOUS BARGAINS to be obtained please read the following : — £2 BALE. MY WONDERFUL £2 BALE. ?.Comprising one COMPLETE SUIT OF CLOTHES, out of the Best Material, any size r\f\ 2 Outershirts (White or Colored) fi Handkerchiefs, 1 Set Studs /!-A JL: W 2 Undershirts (Flannel or otherwise) 1 Hat (either Soft or Hard Felt) JL y JM/i C Pairs Men's Socks, 2 Neckties 1 Pair Braces or Belt dUtJ 2 Collars 1 Pair Boots or Shoos A Gentleman's RIG-OUT from Head to Foot for £2 (two pounds). MY WONDERFUL £1 BALES. Xo. 1.— MY DRESS BALE contain? 3 Dresses and Linings as follows :— 2 Dress Lengths of New Fancy Tweed, Cashmere, or All-wool Senje, 6 yards Melton Cloth or 12 yards Print, 8 yards Silesia, 2 £ yards Bod...

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The Queensland Tick Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

The Queensland Tick Plague. The Chief Inspector of Stock ab Brisbane has received the following telegram from Mr. C. J. Pound, direc tor of the Stock Institute, now at Rockhampton : — ' At present I have live mature female ticks still attached to a decomposed unsalted hide, which was removed from the animal ten days j ago. This proves that unless the % hides are thoroughly salted or disin fected they may act as agents for con veying ticks long distances from in fected to clean country. A caution' - should be given to all butchers and exporters of hides.'

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. There's a big shop in Pitt-street, Sydney, where they are booming Freetrade. They build suits of clothes for 45s that they used to charge 55s for when the duties were paid. They make 'em of serge, sergerette, tweeds, and suitings. Quality undoubted. Fancy getting a suit made to measure from a large selection for 45s. They make a dress-suit for tour guineas and upwards, it looks as if we were going to get our clothes cheap on account of the tariff, so if we can cover our anger with decent clothes we won't be so badly off. If we have 45s 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-streeb (only), Sydney. To promote a feeling of interest in colonial industry a business suit is made to order, of N.S.W. tweeds, for the modest sum...

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

AT HITTMANN'S LABOR AGENCY CO., 83 IMPERIAL ARCADE. NOTE. — All Servants advertised by us are hona fide, and specially selected for our country clients ; most of them are known to us for years, and we can recommend them, knowing their capabilities for station requirements. GOVERNESSES' Department is directly under the able supervision of the Manager, whose long experi ence in engaging and selecting has gained for him the enviable reputation of being a judge second to none in the Colonies. Our very large established connection enables us to secure Male and Female Labor of the highest calibre, -which a small limited business cannot - ensure. Therefore, DO YOUR BUSINESS THROUGH HITTMANN'S LABOR AGENCY CO., A PRIVATE MEDIUM FOR SQUAT TERS. ?\TOTE.— MARRIED COUPLES are in good Pupply, ±}\ and we have a number now on our books await ing engagements. These couples are known to us for years, and we can recommend them as most desir able servants in every way. GOVERNESSES are also in good sup...

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Gin and Trilby. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Gin and Trilby. The last outbreak of Trilbyism comes in ' poetry.' It's a bit shock ing, but there's something in it : — ' Of the world-wide craze of Trilby, The people soon must ill be, But the world's great cure then will be, The famous Gin of Gilbey.'

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

HUHCUFF, HOLT 4 CO. WOOLBROKERS, &c. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to as for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, AL*O ON SHXBPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS* ta. *o. HINCHCLIFFS WOOL STORES, CIRCULAR €&TJ^rST. London Agents: Messrs. E. HOLT & CO.

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Antiseptic Sheep Dip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Antiseptic Sheep Dip. On the back page of our cover, Messrs. Trebeck, Son and Co. are ad vertising the Antiseptic Sheep Dip. They say the manufacturers, acting on the advice of several experienced pastoralists, have much improved it. It is more effective by its wholesome effects on the skin ; the sheep grows a heavier fleece of better quality wool, clean and bright. In the eastern and central divisions, whether the sheep are troubled with ticks or not, dipping with the Antiseptic Dip is a good in vestment. The dipping does not cost a farthing per sheep, while the wool from each sheep so dipped has been proved to realise Is per head more than the wool from undipped sheep. Doolan : ' Noolan says he's dis cinded from some of the greatest houses in Ireland.' Mulcahy : 'Musha! So he did many's the toime — on a laddher.' ' Who are those men lounging around, outside the Capitol?' asked the young person contemplating the Parliament House of America. 'They are the senators of the United Stat...

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