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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

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

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

! PETER N. RUSSELL Squatters' Agent and Commercial Broker. ; 08 PITT STij SYDnEYy Quotations on application for Wool Packs, Salt (Fine, Coarse, or Rock), Fencing: Wire, Wire Netting, Galvanized Iron, Saddlery, Sugar, Tea, Chemicals, Machinery, and all Station Requirements. The Year Book of Australia. Just f^^^^Jx Just Published, y/ tup V Published. i8ss tYEAR BOOK ] 1896 EDITION. O* ''^ J EDITION. THE ACKNOWLEDGED AUTHORITY ON ALL AUSTRALIAN SUBJECTS Contains : Events of Last Year, Reviews, Finances and Statistics, Land Laws, Minerals, Postal, Telegraphic, Gazetteers. R'tiUvayn, Sporting, Administrative and Legislative, Ecclesiastical, Educational, Leijal, Medioal, Military. Nival, Commercial. Ranking, Building Societies, Insurance Companies, Industrial ; and New South ^'alfts, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia, and their Metropolitan Cities. All Booksellers. Price, 10s 6cl.; per Post, 11s. 4d AUoIHAlIA^ Mil I UAL rKUViy&N I cubit I Y MONEY TO LEND os ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

COOERWULL ICADEMY, Boweafells, Blue Mountains. FOUNDED 1883. OOMMITTKK OK M.ANAOKMKNT (Appointed by the Council of St. Andrew's College) Eev. JAMES CAMERON, M A., D.D., Richmond. Kev. A. C. GKIKIK, D.D.. LL.D., P.athurst. .1. L. BROWN, Ksq., ' Methven,' Bowcnfclls. CHARLES SMITH. Esq., ' Goderich.' Sydney. J. T. WALKER, Esq., ?' Hosemont,' Woollahra. Rkctor: C. A. FLINT, M. A. (Syd.) (hue University Scholar and Tutor of St. Andrew's). 'P-1IE SCHOOL BUILDINGS are within easy dis i. tance of the mil was station and provide accom modation for some B0 Boarders. The dry. bracing climate of Bowenfells (','SOOO feet above sea \evoi) combined with the use of I he School ?Swimming bath and Gymnasium, favour he.ilth and physical development. The Education provided is both hi.'jh class and modern in character and fully up to Honor Matricula tion Standard. Special attention is given to Practical Science The whole life of the Boarder is under kind v direction and control. INCLUSIVE PEE, 15 GUINE...

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A New Herd Book. AN IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. WANTED, ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

A New Herd Book. AN IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. WANTED, ADVICE. The ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal' has just entered on the third volume under the new proprietorship. It scarcely seem3 possible that two years have slipped by since we started, bub they have, and that leads to the quaintly original remark, that ' Time is on the wing.'' Since taking this paper in hand we have learned a good deal (the editor is only part of that ' we '), and one of thf. things we have learned is to take the advice of our readers before making any vital change. We want to lay a plan before you now for your advice and as istance. The real want of our young country is a good herd book, which would fill a gap in our history, such as ' Coates's Herd Book' fills in the old country. Bub our population is small, our breeders are few, and we've recently had very hard times with stud stock. Still there are thoroughbreds in the country, and a reliable record of the pedigrees of good animals is needed. Thero have been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

gontalBi th» Official Reports from tin Fat Stook SalowmTi AwooUtton of Sydaty.

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Milking Snakes. A WAKING NIGHTMARE [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Milking Snakes. A WAKING NIGHTMARE (By Our Special Reporter.) If you want to see snakes milked you've got to come to Sydney ! Cows give milk, but snakes give poison, and it's worth going a long way to watch the process of milking them of the fluid that means death. For a real, full-blooded horror, for grisly enjoy ment of ghastliness, recommend me to a snake milking matinee. There's a man in Sydney makes a business of it ! Not long ago he advertised for ' 500 poisonous snakes,' and some of the papers wouldn't insert it The newspaper men gasped at the idea of people bringing 500 deadly snakes to the door of a Christian man ! But snakes came ! You can get anything you want in Sydney if you know how to advertise for it. A real deadly black-snake used to be worth about 20s or 25a, but once the boys goo properly into the way of hunting them the price came do vn ito about two shillings ? plenty of 'em, too. The man who milks them is Mr. J. McGarvie Smith, but I won't give you his address ...

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TO THE MEMBERS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident Society. T ADIES and GENTLEMEN,— I beg to _|_J announce that it is my intention to offer myself as a Candidate for a Seat on the Board at the next Annual Meeting. I think it proper to inform you that I will, if elected, exert myself to the utmost to extend the operations of the Society to Great Britain. My reasons for this exten sion were given at length at a special meeting of the Society, held in Sydney on the 24th July, 1891, at which meeting I carried a resolution in its favor, but did not obtain the two-thirds majority necessary to an alteration in the Bye- laws. My speech will be found fully reported in the morning papers of July 25th, 1891. Since these reasons were urged, a severe crisis has shaken to their foundation many of the Financial Institutions of Australasia, and has em phasized the necessity for extending our operations, in order that we may be rendered largely independent of the dis turbing influences of local crise...

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Sanger's Rams. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Sanger's Rams. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — It gave me much pleasure to read your extracb from the ' Austra lasian ' in reference to the Sanger's rams It is a surprising thing that in my travels I have often spoken of this flock, but found very few that had a knowledge of it. I quite hold with the writer when he speaks of it as being a good robust wool, on* well fitted to be the foundation of almost auy flock. It is a style of sheep that I reckon ought to be looked after a great deal more than it is, more especially iu Hocks of a weak, faulty nature. If I am not mistaken I think I could mention two gentlemen that ; can speak well of the same, and they j arc Mr. Traquair, of Quabatho, and ! Mr. Scott, of Gingie, near Walgett, in which the foundation of both flocks were the Sanger's rams. There is a flock in New South Wales that I was sorry to see the other day was dispensed with. It was owned by the late Mr. Smith, of Gaoibolla, Molong, which carried a wool of the sa...

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The A. M. P. Society. GOING TO ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR "S.S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

The A. M. P. Society. GOING TO ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Your contributor, Mr. Josiah Boss, has expressed a very wide-spread view, with which, however, I do not entirely agree. I thoroughly agree with him that we ought to return Mr. Pitt for a director. I have voted for him, and done all I could to secure his return. I hold that if we are going to succeed in the future as we have done in the past, we must go to England and open an office to get better business at a smaller cost. That is the only point on which I am directly opposed to Mr Ross. Of course Mr. Pitt's election does not mean that we go to England, more's the pity, but it does mean that the entire question must be brought before the policy holders once more. 'What I do thoroughly agree with Mr. Ross over is the idea of lending money on easy terms to our own people. When Mr. Pitt is a director I'll go for him at once personally on that point. He is a strong man, and Ijll join hands with Mr. Ross...

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Diseased Meat. ANOTHER TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Diseased Meat. ANOTHER TRIAL. Mr. Reginald Manning, auctioneer for Messrs. Bagot, Shakes and Lewis, was fined a small amount at the Broken Hill police court last week, for selling a bullock which was suffer ing from tuberculosis. William Dawes, of Yangdama Station, was also fined for consigning the beast for sale. It was conclusively proved in the evidence that the auctioneer and owner did not know the bullock was diseased. They should have allowed the buyer to share the honor, too. by fining him — the one would be as just as the other.

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Single Judges. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Single Judges. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — If you go in for single judges you'll make the worst error you ever made in your life. If you could get first-class paid professional judges it might be right, but you cannot do it. Single men are liable to be bought and unscrupulous breeders would not scick at trifles in that direction. Then see how we have brought our sheep to perfection by the old methods. Sheep are different to horses or cattle, they need judging by men who have no fads. Don't get paid judges ; you'll get the wrong men for the job. Yours, etc., ' SUTIIERLANDSHIRE.' The rabbits by the steamer Culgoa arrived in London in excellent con dition.

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Mudgee Stock Agents. A NEW FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Mudgee Stock Agents. A NEW FIRM. A new firm has started in Mudgee, Messrs. Stewart and Smith, and we wish them good luck. We wish all honest men the same, and we hope they'll make a fortune, and they will do if they advertise liberally in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' We hope Mudgee itself will be better for the new firm.

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 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 45a. They make a dress-suit for four 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 epectable ; 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. tweeds, for the modest sum...

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Gossip. A small printer's devil once came to our office with an orange lily stuck in his coat. He was a clear eyed, smart boy, with great possibilities in him. I said, '' What's that flower in your button-hole for, sonny 1 ' -{ Twelfth of July, sir,' says Harry as prompt as you please, ' What's the bwelfth of July ? ' ' Why,' with sur prise at my ignorance, ' twelfth of July is ' Orangeman's Day ! '' '? Well, what is ' Orangeman's Day,' what is it for, what do you do, and what do you do it for?' That puzzled the boy, so he said, reflectively, ' On ' Orauge man's Day ' our Bill (that was his elder brother) marches with the proces sion and gets drunk and comes 'ome and fights.' Exactly, my dear little printer's devil, that's about the bottom of one-half of the divisions of earth. Very few of us know what we fight about, but we fight all the same It's in our blood. You watch our social divisions, our political divisions, our religious divisions. You'll find that there's not much real d...

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The Ayrshire Downs Fire. A HARD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

The Ayrshire Downs Fire. A HARD CASE. - The trial now going on in Queens land over the Ayrshire Downs Wool shed case has some hard points about it. Last year some shearers set fire to die shed. The classer Philip Lee, was pretty badly used, but he stuck by the station and lost his season's work over the. trouble. Now, another shearing season is on, and he expected to go bo work and make up for lost time. He got a job in Queensland all right, for he's a smart man, bub right in the middle of ib comes the arrest of bhe shed burners. The classer is haled off to identify the men who were going to shoot him ; he is the only ouo who can do it ; he is up afc Rockhampton now, in the interests of justice, but — he's earning no money. His wife and child are depending on him, and he's lost his classing for another season. Is it nobody's business that this man must starve ? Surely he ought nob bo be punished for being a witness. We should not insist upon justice being done at Philip Lee's expens...

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Sheep for Ceylon [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Sheep for Ceylon A Melbourne firm has just shipped to Ceylon a small lot of .sheep, consist ing of 200 ero.sshred ewes, bred by Messrs, Chirnside lJjos., Werribee Park, and three Hampshire Downs rams, from the flock i'ormerJy owned by Mr. Docker, of Bontherambo. These sheep have been sent as an experiment; in the way of sheep breeding in Ceylon, to ascertain if mutton sheep cannot be raised in the elevated regions of that country. The cross should result in tin- production of excellent mutton, but c:m scarcely prove successful in founding a useful breeding Hock,

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Live Cattle Export. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Live Cattle Export The 'National Provisioner ' com menting upon the mortality among the cattle of the Angers shipment says rather pithily and sarcastically, ' Any kind of fittings, and any ocean tramp used to bo reckoned good enough for the American cattle trade, but now a days they build special steamers for cattle carrying purposes. Our Aus tralian friends will please note this fact.' That is rather sudden, isn't it ? and it hurts all the more because its true. Perhaps some day we will be able to turn the tables on them. We hope so anyway.

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A Teamster's Loss [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

A Teamster's Loss A l.oamstor named Thomas Crane, with a team -of 14 bullocks plying be tween Gundagai and Adelong, arrived at; Gundagai a few days ago f;o load machinery for tho Gibraltar Gold Mi ning Co., and being desirous of well stimulating his bullocks drove them a couple of miles down the river to a small island, which appeared to be covered with wholesome fodder. But on going for them next morning he was dismayed to find only three living, the remainder having died dur ing the night, it is supposed, from the effects of eating some noxious weed.

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THE PASTORALISTS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

THE PASTORALISTS* CONFERENCE. The last few days have been full of surprises ! This office has been crowded with pas toralists day after day, and we have discussed all sorts of problems. We have gambolled over the gamut from income tax to stock routes, from diseased animals to Homebush sales, from land tax to stock trucking, from branding to breeding. The one thing that has stuck out clearly over all other pro positions is that the pastoralists of this country are hopelessly impotent in regard to legislation. Strong men, with clear brains, come into the office and talk straight talk, but they can't do anything. They have no organised force behind them. If they were ' unemployed ' they could get up a deputation to the Premier and get the trucking rates reduced, or the speed of stock trains increased, but because they are only pastoralists who cares? There's a proposition on foot now to have a meeting of pastoral delegates in Sydney in July during the ram sales. It is time we had such ...

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Use for Thistles. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Use for Thistles. In a season like the present fanners have great difficulty in providing feed for their stock. An experiment has (says tiie ' Nhill Mail '') lately been tried at Mysia, Victoria, by a selector for utilising the Scotch thistles grow ing ou his property. The thistles were cut in the paddocks with a scythe, just enough to fill the body of a large dray with as much as it would carry. The same amount of straw, well damped, was also used, and then both the thistles and straw were put through the chaffcutter, one box full of straw one full of thistles alternately. The straw was well watered, but no water was put on the thistles, and only enough was cut to feed the stock all round twice a day for two days, on account of the amount; of water put on the straw. Horses and cattle eat the chaff readily, far better than straw chaff alone. Apart from the utility of the thistles as fodder, they also act beneficially to milch cows in keeping up the supply of milk.

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