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

Made to Measure, our AUSTRAL SAC SUIT for 45s. From KAIAPOI and OAMARU TWEEDS, GEELONG and N.^.W. TWEEDS, SERGERETTES, INDIGO DYE SERGES, WORSTED CORKSCREWS, Shrunk, Fast Colocus, Weix Trimmed and Good Workmanship. Price List, Patterns, Measure Form and Tape, TOST FREE. COUNTRY ORDERS, CARRIAGE PAID. Hundreds Pleased and have Recommended Others. WATERPROOF COATS, DEEP CAPE, with or without Sleeves. Double Texture, Parnunatta Cloth, Sewn Seams, and guaranteed STORM Proof, 25s., 30s., 35s., 12s., 45s. MERCERS, HATTERS, MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS, &c, &o. SAVE MONEY by Ordering from a CASH FIRM.

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Country and Intercolonial. Bourke. J. ANDERSON AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Country and Intercolonial. Bourke. J. ANDERSON AND CO. Report as iollows ror the week ending June 13:— Cattle. — Trucked to Sydney market — 250 head, on account of Coorabulka station ; Delivered at Bourke Meat works, 48 head on account of Coora bulka station, and 38 head on account of Norley station j sold, 160 cows on account of F. W. Armytage. In con junction with Wilkinson and Lavender, operations still somewhat slack. Horses. — Sold (in conjunction with Messrs. Rayment and Raleigh) 12 head on account of Thirsty Downs station, at a satisfactory figure* Trucked to Sydney, 11 head on ac count of Mr. D. Smith.

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Adelaide Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

| Adelaide Fat Stock I Market. I Wednesday.— Elder, Smith and Oo. | report : Fat Cattle : 570 forward, the I bulk of which were in good condition. ri Queensland supplied 100, 400 came \ from the North, and the balance from \ local paddocks. Sales ruled dull, | there being a small attendance of I buyers, and prices were easier. Prime I beef to 20s. We sold 90 cattle, also 70 head outside. Sheep: 8500 for med a moderate supply, consisting mainly of medium quality, the supply of prime being limited. For best descriptions sales were brisk at firmer rates, whilst values for other classes were well maintained. Prime wethers 13s ; prime ewes 9s to 10s. We sold 3600.

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Maitland. E. W. SPARKE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Maitlaud. E. W. SPARKE Reports— Fat cattle.— L sold— W. Marshall, 17 cowa at £1 17s to £3 5s, 4 steers at £2 2s ; Thos. Marshall, 28 cows at £1 14s to £2 7s ; Thos. Ball, 2 cows £1 13s to £2 ; Augustus Hooke, 46 cows au£2 to £3 11s 6d, 3 at £1 16s, 1 lame £1 7s 6d ; J. and W. Mackay, 32 bullocks at £2 14s to £3 17s, 2 at £2 6s ; R. Hinton 4 at £2 8s to £2 17s, 1 steer at £2 14s 6d ; G. Me Pherson, 44 bullocks and steers at £2 5s 6d to £3 6s, 2 steers at £1 10s to £1 15s, 12 cows and heifers at £1 9s 6d to £2 8s, C. H. Thomas, 20 bullocks at £2 6s to £2 16s 6d. Fat Calves— I sold— For W. Mar shall, 14 (large) at 22a 6d to 29s ; J. K. Mackay, 5 at 14s 6d to £1 ; Thos. Marshall, 4 (large) at 28s to 30s. Fat Sheep. — I sold — For Northern Agents, 195 wethers at ds to 6s ; H. C. White and Cobb, 275 wethers at 6s lid to 8s 5d; Cooper and Son, wethers at 5s to 6s. Fat and Store Pigs — I sold — For T. Hall, 3 at 14s 3d; D. Burgess, 5 at 21s 6d ; R. Yeates, 5 at 11s to 16s 9d; AK 13 at 17s 6...

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Muswellbrook. D. H. ALLAN REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Muswellbrook. D. H. ALLAN Reports— having yarded the Bogarella bullocks and cows on Tuesday, 16 th inst. to a fair attendance of buyers. Cattle sold as follows. Bullocks.— 153 at £2 14s, 90 at £2 7s 6d, 25 at £3 8s, 60 at £2 5s 6d, 60 at £2 5s, 89 at £2 7s 6d, 49 at £2 4s 6d, 48 at £2 5s, 49 at £2 2s 6d, 48 at £2 Is, 92 at £2, 35 at £1 18s 6d, 38 at £1 18s 6d, 17 at £2 Is, 15 at £1 3s, 10 at £1 3s 6d. Cows.— 35 at £1 16s, 50 at £1 3s, 135 at 19s, 84 at 15s, 50 at 22s, 57 at 15s 6d, 56 at 15s 6d, 36 at 9s, 65 speyed at 18s. ' Jun9 17th, 1896.

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Frozen Meat in England. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 19 June 1896

Frozen Meat in England. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Your leading article in your issue of the 16th inst., quoting extracts from a New Zealand source, commenting upon the discouraging prices ruling in England for frozen meat, is certainly not cheering to pas toralists. I trust, however, that you will permit me to point out some factors which have had an unfavourable influence upon the export trade of the past season. 1st, — The tremendous supplies thrown upon the limited markets of London without any better provision for regulating and distributing than the system which has prevailed during the past 15 years, when Australian consignments were one-twentieth of the present volume. As an instance of this, our Englsh advices on the frozen meat trade state that during the month of April alone 130,000 sheep and 13,000 quarters of beef were received from Australia, and 333,000 sheep and 23,000 quarters of beef from New Zealand, apart from extensive consignments from the Ar...

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

Bathurst. CLEMENTS and MCCARTHY Report— Fat Stock. — Since our last report we have sold on account Mr. R. L. Gilmour, 20 bullocks to £4 15s; on account Mtssrs. J. and A. Stevenson, 76 bullocks to £4 13s ; on account Mr. T. Anderson, 8 heifers to £1 19s; on account Mr. M. Cosgrove, 1 cow at £2 6s, and on account Mr. W. A. Gardiner, 114 mixed sheep at 4s 6d. We sold through our Sydney agents on account Mr. T. McKibbin, 18 crossbred ewes at 7s 5d, 26 merino ditto at 5s 5d, 48 wethers at 7s, and 12 lambs at 6s lid. Store Stock. — On the 10th inst. we sold, on account various owners, steers to £1 10s, heifers to 16s 6d, cows to £2, calves to 7s. June 12th, 1896.

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

Births, Marriages and Deaths. MARRIAGES. M'MILLAN— BROWN.— June 10th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. R. W. P. Montgomery, Thomas Clark, eldest son of John M'Millan, of Greendale, near Deniliquin, to   Frances Anna, eldest daughter of Charles Wm. Brown, of Branston, near Dubbo. DICKINSON— THOMPSON. — June 9th. at Widden Station, by the Rev. C. M. Mills, .John Ridley, second son of R. Dickinson, Esq., Quatre Bras, Northumberland, England, to Alice Faith,   youngest daughter of W. B. Thompson, Esq., Widden Station, N'.S.W. DEATHS. COX.— On June 11th, at his residence, Oakfield, Mudgee, Alexander Hassel Cox, in the 57th year of his age. 'VANDENBERG.— June 16th, at her late residence, Court-house Hotel, Forbes, Phobe. relict of the late Levy Vandenberg, and sister of Mrs. S. De Groen, aged 49. FULTON.— At Tamworth, June 13th, Catherine Fulton, wife of J. G. Fulton, Niangala, formerly of Glasgow.

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1895. SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

HometaJt -JJat §-f0$ Jlato, The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JUNE 22. 1896. S H E E P 9368 Sheep penned, which number included a large proportion of ewea and medinm i quality wethers, very few prime merino wethers being forward. There was a good attend ance of buyers, including the Sydney Meat Preserving Co. , who bought freely, while the exporters eagerly snapped up any suitable lots for their purpose. Competition throughout was particularly brisk, and prices for all descriptions much firmer, especially towards the close of sales. Lambs were poorly represented, and prices very firm at Thursday's improved rates. QUOTATIONS : Extra prime xbred wethers 12s 9d ; few 14s 6d Prime xbred wethers lls to 11s 6d Extra prime merino wethers 10s 7d to lls Good to prime wethers 9s to 9s lOd Fair to middling merino wethers 7s to 8s Inferior merino wethers 4s 5d to 5b Extra prime xbred ewes lls Good xbred ewes 8s to Ss 6d Prime merino ewes 7s 6d to 8s...

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LAMBS. Maiden Bros sold— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

LAMBS. Maiden Bros- sold— 3 hoggets Mrs. R. GlasBon. Hazel- wood, rail Blayney ... 6 10 49 lambs same owner ... 5 11 9 lambs, 2nds, same owner ... 5 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

^ 28 CA8TLEREACH STREET, ^TX ^jl^^ *X8HEEP AND CATTLE SALES conducted ^» ^^ 'Jft ± ^5S. ** H0M1£BU8H .rery Monday and Thuwd»y. fo/%. if ^^^^S^PIG SALES condaoted »t Oifcy Y*nU J~ A H*%: *JWM *^\-, ?▼ery Tuesday, W«d»«id»y MatTrlday. ^i/ **& ^^^'O^ 'X. CALF SALES ?▼?ry W«*M.«l»y. &-**'* ^A*^V^? J|-^V HORSES ?* Oampordo^r HENDEKSON BROS., 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS 8HJEJBI* A.XM* CA'JTUE S AIJESJIIJEJI'. VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED Good Paddock Accommodation for Stock at Homebush. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION. Account Sales Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

BERGL St BRKBBIN Have pleasure in announcing to the Pfcstoraliata of New South Wales and Queensland that they are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account elthw a* BOWEN or GLADSTONE (Q.), or at SYDNEY, and they have no hes-r«ftia« in laying that they are able to TREAT STOCK ON THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. REGULAR MONTHLY SHIPMENTS DIRECT. For Particulars apply to — BERGL and BRABBIN, 0ITY BP^K £HR^El%»Ey, Meat Works, BOWEN (Q.). Meat Works, GLADSTONE (Q.),

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Sheep Directors' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Sheep Directors' Con ference. The Corowa Board of Sheep Direc tors has called a conference of dele gates from the Sheep Directors' Boards of the country to meet in Sydney. The conference will be held in Aarons' Exchange Hotel, on Saturday night, July 4th, at 8 o'clock. The Hon. Sec. is Mr. R. M'Millan, ' Stock and Station Journal,' Queen's Place, Sydney.

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Woolabra Bore. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Woolabra Bore. The artesian bore at Woolabra, on the Narrabri-Moree extension of the railway, has now reached a depth of 182ft. The formation now being sunk in is hard rock. The flow of water is estimated at 800,000 gallons per day. The water supply now available will be of great service in the dry season, as it is running for over five miles on different parts of Doobi kin and one stream is quite close to the head station. — ' Narrabri Age.'

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EWING, KING AND BERRY REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

EWING, KING and BERRY Report Having submitted at auction, on Wednesday, 17th inst., account J. McNelly, South Teelba (Q.), 20 J bullocks and 30 cows ; P. T. Smith, South Teelba (Q), 30 bullocks and 50 cows ; P. Brennan, Flinlon (Q.), 250 bullocks and 7 cows. Bullocks averaged 45s, cows 20s. On Thursday, 18bh insb., they offered 770 bullocks and cows from Middle Creek, but biddings not being up to general reserves the lot were passed in.

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The Value of Maize. A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

The Value of Maize. A CORRECTION. What we said in our last issue of the value of maize and corn cob mixed as feed for stock was alrighb, but the most important part, viz., the cost, was all wrong as it would appear to some that the price quoted was for the cob only. Mr. Boyce has called us to task and we are giaa to explain tnat any orders executed from his Warrab Mills, Lochinvar, contain by weight 70 to 80 per cent of crushed corn, balance crushed cob. He sells the mixture at the same price as whole corn, and present quotations are £4 5s per ton on trucks at Lochinvar. Says the ' Hughenden Observer : ' ' We are in receipt of information from a private source to the effect that the country from the Gulf to Millungera is in splendid condition, the wet season having been a glorious one. From Millungera to Richmond the good country is patchy, the rain fall having been partial on this aide of the Flinders. From Richmond rie;ht into Hughenden the country looks first class, and stock are...

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Gunnedah. BACON AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Gunnedah. B ACON'and CO. Report Having sold the Glenfern Estate, near Quirindi, for W. and H. Cameron, comprising 1030 acres O.P. and 333 acres C.L , with sheep, at satisfactory price, W. J. Mattick being the pur chaser.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

SPECTACLES ! ! AT WOOD'S. 299 GEORGE STREET (near Hunter Street,) Sydney. EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. Send for Circulars and Pamphlets. WEAVER & PERRY, F. G. WEAVER. J. W. PERRY. i Stock and Station Agents FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN I City Bank Chambers, Pitt Street, j S Y I^N E Y , I LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATION OF FREEHOLD AND STATION PROPERTIES MADE FOR PROBATE OR OTHERWISE. LESSEES OF FULLAGAR'S WELL-KNOWN PADDOCKS CLOSE TO - HOMEBUSH. | WILKINSON & LAVENDER, | STOCK and STATION AGENTS, j FAT STOCK SALESMEN, SYDNEY and HAY. Establuhkd— WAGGA VVAGGA, 1870; HAY, 1873; SYDNEY, 1877. LARGE WATERING and RECEIVING YARDS adjoining Plkminoton Salic Yam* All Pat Stock Untrookhd and Watbrkd Immediately on Arrival. GOOD PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION. FINANCIAL AGENTS. VALUATORS. LOANS NEGOTIATED, VALUATIONS OF FREEHOLD OR STATION PROPERTY MADE,

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Brisbane. ALFORD and CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Brisbane. ALFORD and CO. Report Having sold, on account of Paul Hunt, Loudoun Estate, 10 stud and 50 flock Havilah rams; A. Youngman, Taabinga Station, 500 fat cows ; and by auction at Esk Saleyards, on 16bh inst., on account of F. A. Blackman, from paddocks, at Nanango, 370 bullocks, averaging 36s ; and for James Milhs, Nanango, 23 young bullocks at 30s each. Mr. Blackman's bullocks were a particularly quiet lot, in fair condition, making the highest price and average of all big lots sold. Have for sale a well-improved grazing farm of 9500 acres on the Burnett, 26,000 2 and 4 tooth ewes at 3s, 12,000 6-tooth wethers at 3s 9d ofi shears, and 16,000 five-year old ewes at 4s 6d, 6000 6-tooth wethers at 5s 6d, in wool — all on Western stations. Also 400 pure Lincoln ewes on Darling Downs, store bullocks from 35s, and bullocks from £4 4s. June 18th, 1896.

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Frozen Meat in England BAD PROSPECTS. NEED FOR COMBINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Frozen Meat in England BAD PROSPECTS. NEED FOR COMBINATION. Those who are watching the English markets can see that prices are at a non-paying point, with very little chance of a rise. Frozen meat is so low that it is knocking out tinned meat. There is hope that the meat sellers at home have combined, and yesterday's cable news points to that, but the following letter from a mem ber of Nelson Bros., Ltd., shows only too clearly how matters stand. We want to see our own people stand to gether and do the best that can be done by combination : — ' Here we are with the markets as low as ever and, so far as I can see, likely to keep so. Those State people some months ago, when they heard of the dry times in Australia, calculated that your sendings would fall off materially, so they took up several additional steamers and are going to give us a dose. Some of the fresh boats will be arriving very shortly and are to continue running regularly. There is no mistake that the States are going t...

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