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Death of Mr. G. F. Simpson. TERRIBLE DROWNING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Death of Mr. G. F. Simpson. TERRIBLE DROWNING AC CIDENT. On Saturday morning we read an account of the sad death of Mr. G. F. Simpson, of Nowranie, by drowning in a creek, near the Gum Swamp House. That happened on Thursday night. On Friday night, the writer and a member of the Sheepbreeders' Associa tion were correcting the proofs of the catalogue for the sheepbreeders' show, when the name of G. F. Simpson came along in the list, the sheep man said, ' That's a man with fine sheep, if you like,' little dreaming that, at the moment, Mr. Simpson was lying dead. On Saturday morning there came to this office, a letter from Mr. Simpson himself, written on the Monday before the disaster. It was about the sheep he had entered for the show. It gave me quite a shock. I want to be real civil and nice to everybody for fear I never see them again. He was a good man, and we'll miss him graatly. Here is the item from Saturday's paper. ' Jbrilderie, Friday. — Mr. G. F. Simpson, owner of Nowranie a...

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

uQ^s ^338 George Street, ^/J7 '//ffiflMfn SYDNEY, ^f££™^^uxnz£S THi3 LAKGEST IMPORTERS PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSIC In Australia. Sole Agents for the celebrated Pianos of Steinwav and Sona, Rich. Lipp and Sohn, Erard and Co., Carl Ecke, Julius Feurich, Gers and Ftallmann, Vebel and Lechlccter, The ' Victor,' Tr.e ' Belling,' etc. ; Estey Organs ; Boosey's Band Instruments. Easy Terms, 1, 2, and 3 ye^rs. Catalogues Post Free.

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

? RELIABLE '' S^ ^aj Most EfeDftpr°flnctiTB GrusF, Lucerne, and Clover Seeds. Oals, Sorghum and fodder Seeds. Vegetable and Flower Seeds. Seed l'otat'ies. Fruit Trees, etc. Write for Catalogue ami Garden Guide. ARTHUR YATES &. CO. 237 SUSSEX STKEET, SYDNEY,

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

STATSOKT SS1T3E»I»X.X:ESS. PETER N. RUSSELL, Squatters' Agent and Commercial Broker. VO I ITT STiy wTUNtl| 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 All Orders Executed Free of Charge.

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Failure of Cotton Seed Oil. A STARTLING TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Failure of Cotton Seed Oil. A STARTLING TELEGRAM. A large number of people have been pinning their faith to cottonseed oil as a remedy for ticks. A telegram from Brisbane, dated Sunday, seems to knock that out of count. Here it ise 'An Inghain telegram received on Saturday states that a number of visi tors were present to witness the dip ping yesterday, when a number of big fat bullocks were dipped in cotton-seed oil. At the request of Mr. Pound and Mr. Bruce several experiments were made in dipping and sliding into the dip, the latter being found to work well. To-day Mr. Pound and Mr Bruce carefully inspected the bullocks treated yesterday. Although they were well covered with cotton-seed oil, a great many live ticks were found, whereas in the case of cattle dipped in Apollo oil the ticks were all dead next day. One bull, hand dressed with cotton-seed oil a week ago, had ticks in all stages on him.'' We may expect all kinds of weird messages now, for the stockowners have the tick f...

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

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 sheep, 100 cattle, and 50 horses. Further particulars and date of sale will be shortly advertised. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., of Sydney, advertise in another column the sale of four stallions of the famous Olden burgh coaching breed I hese 3-year-olds will arrive in the s s. Solingen this month. The station known as Coppymurrumbil, situated in the Gwydir district, ia adver tised for sa'e It comprises 33,793 acres, with about 41,000 sheep and 600 head of cattle. Apply J C. Young and Co. , Sydney, or Cohen and Rose, .Moree. Messrs. Braim. Stevenson and Co., of Hay, have for sale 4200 6-tooth wetherj, in good condition. Mr. Thos. Stewart, of Boggabri, has for...

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Agents' Defence Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Agents' Defence Fund. Since our last issue we have received the following subscriptions, to recoup the agents for their expenses in the matter of the Diseased Animals and Meat Act : — Coonamble Stock Board ... £5 0 0 Albury „ „ ... 2 2 0 Geo. and Chas. Binnie ... 1 0 0 8 2 0 Total amount to hand ... 62 0 0 Advertise iu the 'Sydney Stock and Station Journal.'

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

Annual Ram Sales NOTICES. Messrs. Weaver and Perry will hold their 9th annual sale of New South Wales bred stud sheep in the wool stores of the New Zealand L. and M. A. Co. on Monday, July 6th, at 10 o'clock. They will also offer at the same place, on the eume date, 16 pure merino rams and 3 uwes imported from Leutewitz, Saxony. They are pure Steiger merino sheep. The Table Top stock is famous all the world over, and Mr. Mitchell is sending 120 Lincoln rams to the .orthcoming Rum Fair. They will be sold by Messrs. l'.Li, Son and liidgery, Ltd. The same linn will alfo offer for sale during the week of the sains (nns advt. ) 100 New Zealand rams fiom noted breeders. They will ho. on view at Messrs. Hill, Clark und Co.'s Htore. l'yrmonl Bridge-road, on Monday, July b'th. They will be hold on the fol lowing Wednesday and I hursday. Messrs. Hill, Clark and Co. (in conjunction with Messrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co.) will hold their annual sale of stud sheep on Wednesday, 8th July, consis...

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The Tick Question. DEPUTATION TO THE QUEENSLAND PREMIER. A CONCESSION SOUGHT BY CATTLE-OWNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

The Tick Question. DEPUTATION TO THE QUEENS LAND PREMIER. A CONCESSION SOUGHT BY CATTLE-OWNERS. A telegram from Brisbane, dated last Friday, shows very clearly the chaotic state of the tick question in Queensland : — A deputation, consisting of Messrs. C. Lumley Hill, Roberts (stock inspector for Bank of New South Wales), Davidson (stock inspector Union Bank), W. H. Barker, Hudson and Hopkins, waited on the Colonial Secretary this morning to brinsr under his notice certain matters relating to the quarantine and inspection of cattle consequent upon the outbreak of tick disease in the north. The proceedings were entirely of a conversational character. Mr. Roberts said that cattle infected with ticks and red water had some time ago been sent to New South Wales after having been inoculated for pleuro, and some of these cattle were still in the Hunter River districts alive and well. That he took to be an indication that inoculation for pleuro was at least a preventive of tick disease and...

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Our New Zealand Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Our New Zealand Letter. (from our own correspondent.) There have been some marvellous yields of oats and wheat this season in different parts of the country, where the north-west win* Is did not blow ib out. A Mr. Spratt, of Mataura Island, in Southland, thrashed out in one paddock 100 bushels of oats to the acre, and the whole crop averaged 93 bushels per acre. That record will take some beating. Several of the farmers in South Canterbury and Otago thrashed out between 70 and 85 bushels of wheat per acre. If it had not been for the north-west winds the yields would have been very great Jill over the country ; but, alas, too often in New Zealand man sows and nature reaps. The Dunedin Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (why can't they use a shorter title?) has passed a resolution con demning the practice of dehorning, and threaten to take legal proceedings against anyone performing the opera tion, or, as they say, ' exercising such cruelty.' Mr. R. J. Carlton, M R.C.V.S...

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

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To Non-Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

To Non-Subscribers. Those who have not yet forwarded their subscription to this ' Journal ' are invited to do so. The amount is 7s 6d for twelve months, postage 4s 4d extra beyond the colony. The year commences trom date or payment. Send penny, or halfpenny stamps, P.O.O., or Postal Note, the latter made payable to Wm. Brooks and Co., ab the Exchange P.O., Sydney.

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A Minimum Selling Price. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

A Minimum Selling Price. London, June 18. — The majority of the importers of Australian mutton have arranged with the importers of River Plate mutton for a minimum price of 2£d per lb.

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Arrival of New Zealand Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Arrival of New Zealand Sheep. The s.s. Mararoa arrived in Sydney from New Zealand last Sunday with the first consignment of sheep for the show and the ram sales. They have arrived in excellent condition under the care of Mr. G. H. Scales. They are consigned to Messrs. Hill, Clark and Co., and are said to be the finest lot of Romneys that ever left New Zealand. This consignment consists of 226 sheep ; but a further consignment will arrive towards the end of the month in the steamer Wakatipu, when other sheep for the show will also come to hand.

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Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report— During the past week an unaccount ablo depression has pervaded the various markets under this head, and also every line quoted at lower values. The only item in which any firmness was evident is maize, which has been taken freely at quotations. Heavy supplies of chaff from intercolonial ports, and extra heavy shipments of Tasmanian and New Zealand straw have rather disorganised these lines. Quotations may be given as under :— Wheat. — No business passing in either milling lines or chick wheat. Oats.— Heavy feed selling very slowly at 2s 5d to 2a 6d. Seed tartars have better inquiry at to 2s 9d per bushel. Maize. — Supplies fairly heavy, but rather freely taken at up to 2s 2d per bushel for prime. Barley. — No business. Values nominal. Chaff. — Imported stocks heavy, and business dull at for prime Adelaide £5, Victorian £4 15s to £4 17s 6d, Tasmanian £4 10s to £4 15s per ton. New Zealand £4 10s to £4 I5s per ton. Loose arrivals for the d...

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Anthrax or Cumberland THE GERM OF THE DISEASE. WRITTEN FOR THE "SYDNEY STOCK AND STATION JOURNAL." VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Anthrax or Cumberland THE GERM OF THE DISEASE. Written for the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' (By The Globe Trotter.) VI. If you stand on the lee side of a great locomotive as it comes thunder ing into the station bearing its living freight, you'll find a terrible heat ex haling from it. You can't see the heat, but you can feel it. If your eyes were keen enough, you would be able to see the heat waves project them selves from the locomotive and force their way through the cool air to im *n-i *-* r+n aw TTAii onrl r^fM^Q f.V» omcol voc L/lJLlii^ \JLX J\J\A CVJL1.VA KJ\SM.\J UUUUUUVyi. » WU through your clothes into your skin. That heat is the sunshine that was let free from the coal in the tire-box of the engine by combustion. That sun shine was stored up in the coal, millions and millions of years ago, be fore men, or birds, or locomotives were thought of. The coal that is now, was vegetable matter then ; but our mother, old Dame Nature, has, by means of the bottled sunshine, ...

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

HILL, CLARK & 00., 6 O'CONNELL STREET, Stock and Station Agents, Fat Stock and Horse Salesmen. Assistant Salesman - - - J. J. HO137ELL. Oar Paddocking and Watering Accommodation at Homebush and Blacktown for Fat Stock is Unrivalled. xsrspzici^E'xoixr isti7ttzid. BRANCH OFFICE at MUSWELLBROOK. UNDER THB MANAQBMENT OF ZMcxfc. zi. big-ghesin-s. SPECIAL FACILITIES offered for the HANDLING and DISPOSAL of STORE CATTLE.

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

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

-il EXPERTS ON CAKE AICD PIlB I I w1 //j that both \^l when y*S^£h:&i&+£!&sZ*z0f made V / Aunt liflopu'e SOLD IN Od- TINS * a' rMIIlL IVICiry 5* First Class Grocers. Ask for it, and do not B^ | ? . ^ V^k fl hs&ar- Baking Powder

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Cause and Effect. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Cause and Effect. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Mr. Bruce, in giving the reasons why our stock are decreasing, mentioned in ' Some Startling Items ' in your issue of the 12th inst., leaves out, in my opinion, the main ones. The first cause of all our land trouble was monopoly. We allowed men to take up large areas of land and hold them unstocked, to the detriment of the pioneers and bona fide pastoralists, and the money these business men had to be paid for these pirated rights amounted, in some in stances, to large sums. The second cause was ? When men who wanted to improve the land got hold of it, insecurity of tenure compelled them to purchase with borrowed money, and a systematic ignoring of tenant rights ruined them. These are the reasons why we have Mercadool land cases, unwatered country, scrub lands and unemployed, and, consequently, to quote Mr. Bruce, ' The carrying capacity of the runs in the present state of their improvement has been more than reached.' ...

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