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Fat Stock for Export. AN OMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Fat Stock for Export. AN OMISSION. In our last issue, we published a paragraph from Messrs. Pitt, Son and JBadgery, Ltd., under the heading of ' Outside Sales.' lb referred to 1110 fat bullocks and 4450 fat. sheep sold by that firm for export. In the rush of the night's business, going to press, the printer left out the heading, (- Fat Stock for Export.' As it was an in teresting item, we regret this and so hasten to make amends.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Advertise in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' An American exchange says : — ' The increased use of electric motors, and of bicycles has caused a shrinkage: of nearly 500,000,000dols. in the total valuation of horses in the United! States since 1893. The average value of a horse at thab time was 61dols.;. now ib is 42dols. The valuation of swine in the same period has decreased, over lOO.OOO.OOOdols. Sheep have declined only 60,0,0,000dols.; but as wool, now on the free list, is a sore subject with protecbionisbs, there is much more fuss made about the smaller item than the larger ones. Oxen, on the other hand, have fallen off bub littte, while milch cows hold their .own.' NOTICE. Letters for publication and literary com munications should be addressed to i lie KIXLTOR. Adveitiatments, subscript ions, and all businesss communications ahouM bo addressed to the MANAGER.

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY, NOON, 18th June, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday, Noon, 18th June, 1896. , The week just passed has been al most devoid of interest as regards the 'Wool Market, and a very quiet time must be recorded. Owing to the wet weather in Sydney, it has been rather a trying time with local scourers, who ? have not been able to get their wool dried, so that the dulness has been in tensified to brokers who have to look principally to them for buyers3 re quirements. Transactions therefore have been on a limited scale, and re garding values, although there is a fair enquiry for shipping parcels, sellers are not disposed to close at anything but full rates, preferring rather to await the opening of the London sales at the end of the month. The local sales, which were to have been held this week, have been post poned owing to the small quantity of wool available until the 1st and 2nd July, which practically will be the first sale in the new statistical year, the present one concluding on the 30th instant. Approximately w...

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The Export Trade. AN ENTERPRISING COLONY. AN ADVANCE TO A FRENCH COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

The Export Trade. AN ENTERPRISING COLONY. AN ADVANCE TO A FRENCH COMPANY. We are informed that the Meat and Dairy Produce Encouragement Board of Queensland have made an advance of £8200 to the Compagnie d' Alimen- tation of France, Messrs. Brun de Marchena and Silvia being the mem bers of the company, for the erection of cold stores and a receiving depdb at Havre for Australian produce. The advance has been made under Clause 16 of the Amendment Act of 1894, which authorises the Board to spend money beyond the colony for any pur pose that will conduce to the encour agement of the export of produce from Queensland. One condition of the grant is that one-half of the produce for the stores must be drawn from Queensland whenever the board shall require that this shall be done. The plans and specifications will be sub mitted to an engineer appointed by the Agent-General, whose certificate will be accepted as the basis for the pay ment of the endowment. Messrs. Geddes, Birb and Co. are the...

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CITY YARDS. J C. Young & Co. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

CITY YARDS. J C- Young & Co. report Fat Calves. — 175 fat calves yarded to-day. This number was within re quirements, and the market was very firm. Best heavy weight calves for ward made to 48s ; prime small quality calves made to 26s; others from 16s. We expect a good market next Wed nesday, and advise owners to send in. We sold 33 calves from Branxton to 26s, averaging ,£1 3s 2d. Fat Pigs. — A large number penned this week. Bacon pigs sold fairly well, but values for porkers were lower, the number being in excess of require ments. Prime baconers are worth from 38s to 43s ; good from 30s to 35s ; light from 26s ; porkers from 11s to 17s 6d. We sold 132 pigs, as follows : 82 pigs from the Manning, making to £1 2s 6d ; 30 pigs from the Hunter, making to £1 2s ; 20 pigs for various owners, averaging 12s lid. 17th June, 1896. .Maiden Bros, report Fat Pigs. — The supplies that have come forward this week have been slightly in excess of the requirements, and prices in consequence...

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Gossip. When a lot of us English-speaking men get together we begin to tell stories. We wouldn't always like to let our wives hear us either. If a story-teller like myself, for instance, could only remember all the good stories he ever heard, and retail them, it would be wonderful. When two good story-tellers meet they 11 sit up all night with an appreciative audience, and keep 'capping' each other's yarns. I used to be good at that, but when I knocked off telling yarns that couldn't be told in the drawing-room, I discovered that my repertoire (that's a good word, but I'm not sure if it's right) had been greatly reduced. But a good .story-teller, a man who can make you laugh and forget your sorrows, is a benediction to the world. It always seems to me that a man gets a lot from the world about him, if it's only fresh air, sun shine, pleasant words and loving tokens, and he owes it to the world to do the best he can for it. Somebody, speaking on this subject, I forget who, said — ' Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

PLEASE BEAD EVERY WORD OF THIS. THE CREAT SUCCESS ONE QF THE GREATEST SUCCESSES OF RECENT DATE, COMMERCIALLY, HAS BEEN THE INTRODUCTION OF THE * iiiiw; The Reel Packet Tea, PUT UP IN Mb. PACKETS, AND IN 5-lb. TINS, AND SOLD TO THE PUBLIC AT Is. 3P3E33E& XaJES. '^*^~^^^|HE design of the Proprietors in bringing this Tea out was two ijl^IpP^ fold, namely:— that, the 'Mikado' Bleild should be ( W^$\\ ? pre-eminently first aa the best value in Tea in all Australia ; ?\ \|||^| \ and, also, that it should be sold everywhere in the Colony to ffi^^jp^j the public at Is. per ib., 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 -n the globe ; it 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 tho'.i.;hr», drives away -ieepiness, stimulates to g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

E. RICH & CO., Ltd. Wine, Spirit, ai Genera! Merchants, and FORWARDING AGENTS, Suppliers of all STATION REQUISITES. SOLE AGENT3 FOR NEW SOUTH WALES FOR David Storer & Sons' Genuine TATTOO OIL, Black, Blue or Red. Pearson's PATENT POLLARD DISTRIBUTOR. 24 and 26 O'GONNELL STREET, Branches: Bourke, Wilcannia, Brewarrina. Wool Stores : Walgett. FENCING WIRE. WOOLPACKS. WIRE NETTING. SHEEP SHEARS. GALVANIZED WIRE. TWINES GALVANIZED IRON. ROCK and BAG SALT. ''^VSSX N~ TOXA RABBIT POISON. AND ALSO FISONS5 Sheep d,p

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Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Muswellbrook Store Cattle Market. Edward Higgens, for Hill, Clark and Co. reports : — Ab my sale to-day I offered and sold 831 cattle, 700 of which were from Queensland, and the balance local cattle. Buyers were in good attendance, and competition brisk for each yard offered. The market held well up to late rates, the top yards of the Mount Hutton's making £2 19s 6d, one yard of forward local bullocks making 60s. My sales are as follows : — Account Mount Hutton Station (Q.), 92 bullocks at £2 19s 6d, 59 at 54s, 75 at 53s, 64 at 53s, 43 ab 5 Is, 117 at 52s 6d, 39 at 52s 6d, 41 ab 52s 6d, 57 at 37s 6d, 19 stags 36s 6d, 86 ab 47s— 692 head averaged £2 11s 3d; A. Peberdy, Gungal, 23 bullocks at 60s, 20 ab 43s 6d, 13 cows ab 25s 6d ; Main Camp Run, 32 bullocks ab 47s 6d, 3 at 53s, 13 steers at 34s 6d, 10 cows at 30s, 2 ab 26s, 8 at 22 ; and other small local lobs. June 12bh, 1896.

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Gowing Bros. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Gowing Bros. This cash firm advertises suits to measure for 45s, and they send a measuring form and tape, post free, so that you can take your own dimen sions. They seem to have come to knock out the ready-made business altogether. From the ancestral fig leaf to a suit made to order for 45s is a long cry They do all kinds of hosiery and outfitting, which you can see in the advertisement which appears in our paper every Friday.

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The Delegates' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

The Delegates' Con ference. As bhe bime draws near for bhe Conference, the amounb of work bhreatened for the delegates is oppres sive. However, bhe main business is bhab of bhe amalgamation of bhe 64 Boards of the counbry, and any obher business will have bo come later. There are also several propositions to extend hospitaliby bo bhe delegabes, some of which are exceedingly gratifying. If anything in thab direction is arranged, we will have much pleasure in convey ing the news to the delegabes. A large number of names have already been sent in, but a number of bhe Boards have nob yeb senb notice regarding bheir delegates. We brusb that all will be senb in before the end of bhe month. The Hon. Secretary is Mr. R. McMillan, Queen's Place, Sydney.

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Currabubula. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Currabubula. (from our own correspondent.) Good mornin', 'Gossip,' how yer do, me bhoy 1 Thinkin', maybe, yer'ud like some nooze, I've sinb yer some wid me good wishes : — Some light showers of rain fell during the early part of last week, finishing upon Saturday with a heavy fall of about one inch of rain, which has left the land in a wet state, and will remain so for some time in conse quence of there not being sufficient warmth from the sun to dry it quickly as in the summer months. The early rains in Jauuary and February, which terminated the recent drought in this vicinity, have given us a luxuriant crop of grass, to which the copious fall last week will give an additional fresh growth for the winter lambs. Wheat-sowing here is abouc finished. The area this year, I believe, is considerably greater than any previous year j but, of course, a deal of it will inevitably have to be cut down for hay on account of a heavy growth of oats and other rubbish, which will spoil some crops o...

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The Antiseptic Sheep-Dip Trophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

The Antiseptic Sheep Dip Trophy. In the list of trophies for bhe Sheep breeders' Show, published in our lasb issue, we omitted bhe name of Messrs. Ti-lucl-, Son and Co., who are agents for bhe Antiseptic sheep dip. They gave a handsome marble clock as a prize for the best moriuo ram over 2A years old, unhoused.

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The Sheepbreeders' Show. AN IMPORTANT EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

The Sheepbreeders' Show. AN IMPORTANT EVENT. Everything seems to promise bhab bhe forthcoming sheep show will be bhe mosb importanb evenb of ibs kind bhat ever book place in New Soubh Wales. The number of itnporbanb enbries is very large, and the com mibbee has had bo refuse a number of late entries. All the available space is full. There never was a harderwork ing commibtee formed, and if faibhful atbention to debail will ensure a success bhen nexb monbh's show will assuredly prove ib. The grand pavilion at bhe Royal Agricultural Society's Grounds, Moore Park, is being rapidly fibbed up for the occasion. Messrs. David Jones and Co., of George-sbreeb, have charge of the plabform for the vice-regal ceremony, on Friday, July 2nd, and there will be a representative gather ing of stock-owners from all the colonies. The sheep-dog trials begin at 11 o'clock on Friday, and will, if possible, be finished on the same day, so as to leave the final heats for the best dogs to take place on Satu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

EDWARD WEAVER & CO., AUCTIONEERS, STOCK, STATION, and FINANCIAL AGENTS, | FORBES. VALUATIONS MADE FOR PROBATE. LOANS NEGOTIATED. STOCK LI8T3 ON APPLICATION. 1 Mr. EDWARD H. B. WEAVER, $ 8W0RN VALUATOR UNDER THE REAL PROPERTY ACT. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Advertise1 in the ' Sydney Stock and blatii.ii J t»ui usil.'*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

WHITE and MACPHERSON, STOCK and STATION AGENTS, ST. GEORGE, AND CHARLEVILLE, QUEENSLAND White Tropo Helmets, 15s. 6d. -| White Kapri, dble. pat. air-chamber, 21a. Post free, j Gent's Terai Hat, 9s. Cd., lla. 6d., 13a. 6d. Post free. B. MOUNTCASTLE &. SONP, 332 GEORGE-ST., SYDNEY. Queen-at., Brisbane, Rogo Wool-Scouring Material )? USED BY THE BEST SCOURERS. - The Surest, Simplest, and most Economical Wool- I Scourer known. Perfectly Uninjurioug. Leaves the Wo 1 white, soft, silky E. C. DUNN, 16 Elizabeth-street, Sydney * RELIABLE ^ I Grass, Lucerne, and Clover Seeds. Oats, Sorghunaf and Fodder Seeds. Vegetable and Flower Seeds. Seed Potatoes, Fruit Trees, etc. Write for Catalogue ami Garden Guide, ARTHUR YATES &. CO. 237 SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY. i WEAVER & PERRY,! F. G. WEAVER. J. W. PERRY. * .! Stock and Station Agents, FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN. City Bank Chambers, Pitt Street, s y :d_n e y LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATION OF FREEHOLD AKX STATION PROPERTIES MAD...

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 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, sergerctte, tweeds, and suitings. Quality undoubted. Fancy getting a suit made to measure from a large selection for 45s. They make a dress-suit for four suineus and upwards. It looks as if we were goiug 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, aud tape, by sending a postcard, addrcs.-cd Horderu Brothers, Pitt-street (only), Sydney. To promote a feeling of iuUTt.^1 iu colonial iuduMty a. bu»iuees suit is made to oider, of N.S.W. tweeds, for the modest su...

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The Value of Maize. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

The Value of Maize. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. The Americans have been trying to raise the value of their maize crops and they have succeeded. We are a bit suspicious of all American in ventors, because some of us have been ' had ' by our cousins. This is genuine. Mr. J, L. Thompson, Prin cipal or the Jriawkesbury Agricultural College, is a Scotchman, a man with a level head, and he has been investi gating this American discovery, so it's all right. The discovery was that corn cobs are good for stock. Mr. Thompson has been grinding the cobs and the corn together and feeding his horses with them and the results are excellent. This cob is quite equal to wheaten bran, and all the corn growers have to do is to get machines for crushing it, and put it on the market. In the meantime, Mr. W. L. Boyce has got a cob mill, on the American principle, erected at Lochin vea, and is prepared to supply this food at £4 5s per ton f.o.b. truck. There ought to be a good deal in this business, not only f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Very slowly, but very surely, the question of stock routes forges to the front. So long as it the stock was only a question routes. of humanitarianism it seemed to be out side the pale of practical politics. But now it has entered a keen and effec tive stage, when every man who sends stock to market will have to take an interest in it. The stock routes of New South Wales are a disgrace to the country. Some of them are nob nearly so good for stock as macadamised roads. They are as bare of feed, but they are rough, uneven, littered with dea'l timber and, in bad weather, impassable. For hundreds of miles you can see a growth on some of the roads, but it is known as the Bathurst burr. That depreciates the value of the wool, but apart from such curses our stock routes are simply atrocities. How any man who owns travelling stock can ride over those routes, and then sleep in his bed at night when stock are travelling, is a mystery. The poor beasts have to wander on over those horrible road...

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