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Country and Intercolonial. Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Country and Intercolonial. Forbes . EDWARD WEAVE7* and CO. Report— Stations. — During the last few months a better demand has existed for station properties and groups of selections. Since our last month's re port we have succeeded in selling, in conjunction with Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badffery, and Harrison, Jones and Devlin, on account of Messrs. Hope Bros., their well-known Bogan dillon station, situated 45 miles from Forbes, containing 3182 acres free hold land, 4806 acres conditionally purchased land, about 8500 acres of Crown lands, together with 15,000 aheep, 100 cattle, 10 horses and all improvements, for delivery off the shears at a satisfactory cash price ; Wm. Rand, purchaser. We have also sold on account of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Ltd , their Eugil dry Station, situated on the Bogan River, near Dandaloo, containing 2560 acres of conditionally purchased land, 3840 acres of conditionally leased land, about 5400 acres lease hold area, together with all improve ments...

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

mHOROUGH GOOD COUPLE disengag. Cook, _|_ baker, laundress, etc. ; long refs. ' F. J.,' 21b' Palmer-street, Sydney. EXP. F. GOV. (30), all Eng. subj., adv. German, piano, F. French, algebra, geology, drawing, painting, and dancing, has had cons, exp., good dia ciplarian ; sup, Gov., Eng., music, French, draw, painb, p. and f. n. work, bright; and cheerful, £40 ; N. Gov., Eng , music, E. French, able to make children's clothes, £30 : N\ Gov. and L. Help, Eng., muBic, domesticated and trustworthy, ,£2(3 ; Sev. sup, gov., ladylike and refined, 620 to £60. exc. refa. Sev. exp. tutors : all Uui. subj., Frunch, piano, book-keeping, etc. ; book and store keeper, assist) station work, exc. ref.. 12s to 20s ; several m. couples, general, station and farm hands, £52 to .£75 ; sev. grooms, gardeners, ploughmen, and farm hands waiting ; superior young Scotchman (22), can keep books, anxious to learn gen. farm or station work, iilSjiexc., ref. ; sev. strong, resp. youths, groom, milk, kill and ge...

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LAMBS.0 Weaver & Perry sold- 30 lambs J. Simpson, Umangala [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

LAMBS. Weaver & Perry sold— 30 lambs J. Simpson, Umangala, rail JNevertire ... 6 8 78 lambs same owner 6/- to 6 1 10 lambs same owner ... 5 2 Warden Harry Graves and Son \ report 6 merino lambs C. Crouch, North I Berry Jerry, rail Coolamon ... 7 4 i 10 xbjred lambs same owner ... 7 2 i 100 xbred lambs same owner ._ 6 3 15 xbred lambs same owner .„ 5 8 58 xbred lambs John Robinson, ! Woodlands, rail Nyngan ... 6 9 \ 10 xbred lambs same owner ... 6 3 ; 8 lambs W. W. Baird, Cootha, ? rail Dubbo ... 6 0 | J. C. Young and Co. sold— ' 1 lamb J. C. Hood, Moorilda, rail Newbridge * ... 6 9 2 lambs same owner ... 4 6 5 lambs F. Goodwin, rail Bredal bane ... 5 4 60 lambs Southern Agents, by rail 5/1 to 5 2 2 lambs T. Wiseman, rail Yarra... 5 1 12 lambs same owner ... 4 5 \( 11 lambs R. F. Siggs, WoodhouBe | lea, rail Goulburn ... 4 6 S 79 Iambs Southern Agents by rail I 3/6 to 4 1 ?| 10 hoggets same owners ... 4 11 \ Hills Clark and Co. sold 1 lamb, pet, P. J. Begley, Glan more, rail ...

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

CATTLE. 741 yarded. Market opened to a fair attendance of buyers, who, anticipating a good supply next Monday, operated cautiously : but the Sydney Meat Preserving Company were of material assistance in maintaining late rates, the few odd pens of prime bullocks penned commanding brisk competition at slightly better prices. QUOTATIONS Prime pens of bullocks £5 10s to £6 Prime pens of cows £3 10s to £4 Good pens of bullocks £4 10a to £5 Good pens of cows £2 15a to £3 Medium pens of bullocks £4 to £4 5s Medium pens of cows £2 to £2 10s Inferior pens of bullocks from £2 10s Inferior pens of cows from £1 10a NO. DBSOEIPTION. OWNBBS AVERAGE. BBMABKS £ S. d. 4 bullocks... J. W. Browne ... 4 14 0 ...rail, Curie wis 9 bullocks... P. Stacey ... 4 4 0 ...rail, Singleton 182 bullocks... Woods, Ferguson & Co. ... 4 3 9 ...rail, Bourke 53 bullocks... J. Arndell ... 4 0 0 ...rail, Narrabri 1 bullock ...J. C. Ryrie ... 4 0 0 ...rail, Dubbo 25 bullocks... Duncan McGregor ... 3 17 2 ...rail, ...

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

OUTSIDE SALES, Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report Having aold, account the Australian Agri cultural Co., Gloucester, 200 Shorthorn bulla to go to the Northern Territory, the purchaser being the Hon. W. H. Oamond, for his Elsie Station, on the Ord River. This is the beat and moat important sale of herd bulls for some years, the price paid being £8 per head. They also report having sold, for the Peel River L. and M. Co., Limited, 1804 fat wethers from Currawillinghi, at 8a, deliered Aberdeen. Henry Pratley, a West Australian miner, was defrauded of £120 on Wed nesday by means of the confidence trick. When you come to town be careful of new acquaintances,

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

The Tick Plague. EXPERIMENTS IN QUEENS LAND. The following telegrams have been received from Queensland : — Ingram. — The first lot of cattle were put through the tick dip on Saturday. The weather is still cold, and the ticks are apparently decreasing, although the mortality amongst cattle between here and the Stone River is still heavy. Hughenden. — On the 18th ult. Dr. Hunt injected blood taken from a tick-fevered bullock into the jugular veins of a healthy bullock, a horse and two sheep. The bullock and both the sheep developed acute fever in the course of. a few days, bub the horse was unaffected. On Thurs day one of the sheep, when in a dying. state, was killed, but the other one and the bullock are apparently recovering Dr. Hunt is now engaged iu a microscopic examination of the organs of the dead sheep. From that sheep, whilst it was very sick, Dr.. Hunt took some blood and injected it. into a healthy bullock for the purpose of seeing if, by passing the disease through the or...

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Pastoralists' Meeting. THE JULY CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Pastoralists' Meeting. THE JULY CONFERENCE. Delegates from the Stock Boards of the country will meet in Aaron's Exchange, Sydney, on Monday, July 6th, at 8 o'clock. They will discuss the proposed amalgamation of the Boards of the country, under the terms of a proposed Act of Parliament drafted ten years ago. On Tuesday at 2.30 p.m. the delegates will wait on cne Jtion. oyaney omitn, minister tor Mines and Agriculture, to lay their views before him. On Tuesday night at 8 o'clock there will be a meeting of pastoralists, agents, financial institutions and all interested in stock and pastoral matters. This meeting will be held in Aaron's Exchange Hotel, Sydney, and we trust there will be such a muster of representative men as will prove that there has been a grand awakening in the ranks of the un-united. The meeting on Monday night will be for delegates only. The meeting on Tuesday night will be for all concerned. The Hon. Sec. is Mr. R. McMillan, Queen's Place, Sydney, who will be glad...

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Annual Stud Sheep Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Annual Stud Sheep Sales. Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Ltd , report that their annual stud sheep sale will be commenced on Tuesday, July 7th, when they will offer, through their auctioneer and manager, Mr. George Maiden, a cata logue of about 2000 sheep, consisting of merino rams and ewes from Tas mania, Queensland and New South Wales. The number available shows a very great falling off as compared to previous years, but they are in formed by the breeders that nothing but the pick of their flocks have been sent, so that the Fair promises to be an exceptionally good one. Amongst the number of sheep offering appear a number of high- class animals from Tasmania, the most noted being President, by Golden Horn II., on account of the Hon. James Gibson. This ram is the winner of many prizes, and his fame is far known. Mr. Gibson also sends Sovereign III. and two rams by President, viz., Merino IV. and Sweepstakes. Mr. Thomas Parramore, of Beau front, sends Dictator, also by the Presid...

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

^feMMAAMfl Afl^fe IPfe Hfe 0&k Mb |™i m ark| Made to Measure, our AUSTRAL SAC SUIT for 45s. From KAIAPOI and OAMARU TWEEDS, GEELONG and N.S.W. TWEEDS, SERGERETTES, INDIGO DYE SERGES, WORSTED CORKSCREWS, Shrunk, Fast Colours, Well Trimmed and Good Workmanship. Price List, Patterns, Measure Form and Tape, POST FREE. COUNTRY ORDERS, CARRIAGE PAID. Hundreds Pleased and hare Recommended Others. WATERPROOF COATS. DEEP CAPE, with or without Sleeves, Double Texture, Parramatta Cloth, Sewn Seams, and guaranteed STORM Proof, 25s., 30s., 35s., 42s., 45s. MERCERS, HATTERS, MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS, &c, &c. SAVE MONEY by Ordering from a CASH FIRM. Forthcoming Sales, etc All paragraphs under this heading relate to adver tisements ?which ,are running through our adver tising columns.] The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd., will offer for sale, at an early date, the Cuttabunda (Coobung) Station, comprising over 20,000 acres of land, to gether with about 20,000 she...

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

Recommend ^** i— *?»*?? ? %^ far i m ? ? OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. TUCKER & CO., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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

P. & O. S. N. CO. FORTNIGHTLY DEPARTURES FJioai SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE, For LONDON, Calling at Colombo. Port Said, Brindisi Venice, Malta, and Gibraltar. Taking Passengers also for India, China, and Japan. LOW RATES of PASSAGE MONEY, both in Single and Return Fares, with Special Terms for Families. For full particulars apply at the Com pany's Offices. Exchange Corner, Pitt and Bridge Street;-. G. D. MICHIE, Agent.

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CITY YARDS. Maiden Bros, report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

CITY YARDS. Maiden Bros, report Fat irigs. — The supplies that have come forward this week have been well within the requirements, and prices remain firm at last week's advanced rates, more especially for good quality porkers, which are in good demand. Baconers are also meeting with good competition. We quote extra big and weighty pigs to 60s, prime baconers 36s to 46s, good and heavy 30s to 34s 6d, good 26s to 33s, light 22s to 26s 6d best porkers to 23s 6d, good 16s to 19s 6d, others from 13s. We sold numerous consign ments since our last' report from the different rivers at very satisfactory prices. Fat Calves. — 247 yarded, which number proved to be slightly in excess of requirements, and prices were easier for good to prime quality. June 11th, 1896. Weaver and Perry report Fat Calves. — 247 yarded to a good attendance of buyers ; market was un altered ; not many prime calves for ward. We sold 26 from Singleton, to £1 10s, averaging £\ 3s 7d ; 33 from Jeir, to 19s 6d, averaging ...

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

53p Boss Boot, ][ HP* HIS is a Gentleman's Boot made of the skin of the X PORPOISE, commonly known as PORPOISE HIDE. The good qualities ot this class of Leather are well known, though when people get imitations in place of the real thing they can't believe it. PORPOISE HIDE, the produce of the fish of that ilk, is tough as well as soft, : strong as well as tender. It stands water to the extent of being water-proof, and is cool and pleasant to the foot in all ; weathers. If a Customer were going to CENTRAL I AFRICA, where the temperature is that of a place we \ dare not mention, and asked us to recommend the proper j kind of boot to wear, we should say the BOSS BOOT, ! because it is of PORPOISE HIDE; whereas, if our ! Customer were off to ICELAND, and asked the same ques ? tion, we should say the BOSS BOOT for the same reason. Yes, you cannot beat the BOSS BOOT, the price of which is THIRTEEN AND SIX. Anthony Hordern and Sons, UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS HAYMARKET (only), SYDNEY. BERGL St BR...

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

WANTED by Boundary Eider, married, wife, two children, engagement, age 35, dates refe.— March, 1891; Aug., '04; Jan., 05; capacity V.G., ability V.G , conduct V.Q. ; wages, £40 ; two rations and hut. Mrs. L. SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agency, 1 Miller-street. North Sydney. WANTED by Married Couple; man, first-class cook, baker (baker by trade), all kinds of cooking, preserves and sauces; wife' working house keeper or laundress and dairymaid ; wages, £80 ; highly recommended. Apply early to Mra. L SINGLETON, Squatters' Private Country Agency, 1 Miller-street, North Sydney. ? &''-*» WANTED by Married Couple ; man, do boundary riding, all kinds of station work ; wife, house keeper ; wages, £65 ; good refs. Mrs. L. SINGLE TON, Squatters' Private Country Agenoy, 1 Miller ?treet, North Sydney. WANTED by 2 Lads, age 20, employment station aB boundary riders and useful. These lada have just returned from stations and have given ^Tv^iia™etion: waK°s £25 annum. Mrs. L. SING...

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The Pera Bore. ARTESIAN WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

The Pera Bore. ARTESIAN WATER. By the u Globe Trottkr.' We are being continually assured that artesian water is to be the salva tion of Australia. The rivers that should fertilise our great plains seem, by law of contraries, to run under ground, and all we have to do is to lead them to the surface and teach them how to flow for our best advan tage, .riiiea witn cms iaea, i went to JBourke to have a look at the Pera Bore. Previous to leaving the town for the bore I expressed the views I held and got solidly sat on by a pastoralist, after this fashion. 'Bores are not worth a continental curse to us. Why, I have two on my place, and they're good for nothing except to water the stock. The first year I had them run ning the grass sprang up, but now the surface of the ground beside them is all coated with soda, and not a darned thing will grow near them. Sheep can't live on soda water, and artesian bores are a fraud.' Holding the views I did, this was a crusher, because it came from a cle...

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The Evolution of Wool. A MARVELLOUS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

The Evolution of Wool. A MARVELLOUS EXHIBITION. By the ' Globe Trotter.' Messrs. Goldsbrough, Morb and Co. liave suddenly developed into teachers of the theory of evolution ! This greab firm has now on exhibition, at their Sydney office, a collection of the various wool products of the world, and the general effect of the collection is a splendid lesson in the truth of the law of evolution. Mr. Ueo. Maiden, the manager of the firm, conceived the idea as an object-lesson in the wool business, but it just shows how ; great minds, all the world over, run : in the lines of righteousness and truth, for truth is righteousness and righteousness is truth. Most of the samples shown were collected by Messrs. Helmuth, Schwartze and Co., the well-known London woolbrokers, and they consist of samples taken from the commercial packages which come to an English sale-room. There are 162 samples in the handsome cases in the Sydney office, but they only form the nucleus, as it were, of what will yet ...

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Ticks in Queensland. The following letter has been handed to us for publication by Mr. H. S. Badgery, of Pitt, Son and Badgery. Ltd:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Ticks in Queensland. Tho following letter has been handed to us iior publication by Mr. H. S. Badgery, of Pitt, Son and Badgery. Ltd:— ° J' [copy.] My Deah Badueuy,— I am just dropping you a line re the tick pest out here. I see the New South Wales Government are moving iu the matter. As your firm are as much inter ested in the cattle trade as any other firm it is just as well for vou to be posted up m tne matter. To commence with, unless you saw the loss caused by them you cannot realise how de structive they are. Unless the dipping checks them, the whole of the country 1 up here on the Eastern watershed will be cleared of cattle. The losses on many places already amount to over 50 per cent., and they are not done with ic. On the Western fall and good sound downs country, they have not spread, probably from the fact of there being more salt in the soil ; at any rate, whatever the cause, they are not anything like so bad as on the Eastern side, and the nearer the coast, the worse th...

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

the MosTRELIABLE and CHEAPEST BOOTS AND SHOES Can be had by Posting your Order to JOHN HUNTER'S CITY BOOT PALACE, GEORGE & MARKET STREETS. Try the HALF-GUINEA BOOT— exceptional value Orders by Post receive careful and prompt attention. 4H -3fc Hk ^ liHPIMn I lirjR 1st Cock, Metropolitan Show, and otlu-r KW K& Jii» /5/fci ''''?'?'? UllWa Prize Winners. Also u&l WHITE WYANDnTTESofveryBestQuaiit-'- mBmSt* T&lPPalr'^ IfBEIliU S? BOBlUU I I UU These are the n,^{pH^&faJSSi^»lPr^ most useful varieties. EGGS, 15s. per Setting, Book orders at ^MS^B^^^^^^^ig. once- FIFTEEN VARIETIES OF POULTRY KEPT. Send BBmIBBbP W. C. F. THOMAS, ' Hill View,' Guyong. A NEW AND POWERFUL T-- TT T O 7T TvT T f^i HAIR GROWER: iZS J-\ L- 1 -O J~\ P* 1 VL- The extraordinary and successful Preparation for the growth of Hair whiph is being introduced to Aus tralia is causing quite a sensation. Thousands of English and Australian testimonials. The following are two Australian :...

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Our Poor "Gossip." AND OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 12 June 1896

Our Poor 'Gossip.' AND OURSELVES. A couple of years ago the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' was a trade circular that nobody seemed ever to have heard about, except the men whose sales were chronicled therein. Now we get advertised in the most marvellous manner, in the most unexpected ways. H.eres Nathan Herman quoting our opinions in big letters in all the leading papers. Here's somebody else advertising everywhere that they don't advertise with us. Some kick us, some sneer at us, and we're getting to be known everywhere. The newspaper men in other parts of the world are real kind to us, and our circulation is going up all the time. Go in, boys, kick away ! If you enjoy it there's no harm done, for it is all to our benefit. Plenty of people say nice things, and that makes the nasty ones run like water off a duck's back. Here's a ' Rouseabout's ' letter just to hand that we publish as a sample. We don't get many like it, so it's interesting as showing the different views that p...

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

STOCK AND STATION.— Continued. ?DOR PRIVATE SALE. 1200 'Durham Downs ' BULLOCKS, 4 and 5 year old, noaring Bourke. Also another Draft of 1200 Similar BULLOCKS, Rearing- Hnngerford ; sound, healthy and exception ally well bred. Full particulars obtainable on application to FISKEN, VALENTINE and CO., THE OLDERFLEET, MELBOURNE' \\f A R R A H E WE S. FOR SALE, OFF SHEARS. 2712 6 and 7 yrs. Flock No. 6. 3501 2 yrs., Flock No. 83. 1585 2 yrs. 3860 1 yr. 11,658 Delivery about 2nd November. Full particulars on application. PITT, SON and BADGERY, Ltd. STUD SHORTHORN BULLS. Account J. H. ANGAS, South Australia. PITT, SON and BADGERY, Ltd., have a number of these renowed Cattle for Sale. Full particulars on application. pHEAP MONEY. TO LEND in sums from £20,000 up wards, at 4 per cent., on Approved Freehold Lands. Ample margin necessary. PITT, SON and BADGERY, Ltd. T- ARGAINS. NEAR GOODOOGA. 5000 EWES, principally 3 yean; shorn October; forward and fat. 4s 6d. Six months' A.B. PITT, SON and BA...

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