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Ticks on Hides. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Ticks on Hides. The ' Queenslander ' of 13th June says — ' The Chief Inspector of Stock has received the following telegram from Mr. C. J. Pound, the Govern ment Bacteriologist, who is at present in Rockhampton : ' At present I have live mature female ticks still attached to decomposed unsalted hide which was removed ten days ago. This proves that unless hides are thoroughly salted or disinfected they may act as agents for conveying ticks long dis tances from infected to clean country. Caution through the press should be given to all butchers and exporters of hides.' 'In consequence of this telegram, instructions have been wired to all the commissioners up North that no hides are to be permitted to be shipped, no matter where consigned, unless they have been thoroughly salted or thor oughly smeared with oil. When Mr. Pound, the Government Bacteriologist, with Mr. Bruce, Mr. Living, and others went out to inspect the Lake's Creek paddock at Rockhampton lately, where tick-infested cat...

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

SHIM'S. FURS. SECXZfiTS. To Bush Residents and Country Visitors. ? An rtHfllTII O nn Are the only FURRIERS and SKIN AX 2sMllrl Xl I! I DRESSERSin New South Wales who UHO. ullll I II IX UU. execute the whole of their work 1 ? ? ? ? under their own supervision. Four Dozen Opossum Skins tanned, dressed, made into a Large-sized Bug and lined with Best Cloth (any color) for THIRTY SHILLINGS. J AS. SMITH & CO., Manufacturing Furriers, Establishment: GEORGE STREET (opp. Bridge St.), Sydney. Factory: COOK'S RIVER ROAD, St. Peters. Japanese Art Exhibition. T. a SADA & CO., 197 PITT STREET (near Strand Arcade). i^OUNTRY VISITORS and RESIDENTS OF SYDNEY are invited to inspect at the \J above address. Our Very Large and Varied Assortment of HIGH-CLASS WARES and CURIOS of all descriptions embracing the USEFUL aB well as the ORNAMENTAL. As we Import Direct from JAPAN by Every Mail Steamer arriving from there, we are enabled to offer all our HIGH-CLASS MERCHANDISE at PRICES UNEQUAL...

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

Doctors r*|l RPY'Q HRY OIN Recommend lalJ-PCT O UrSY Vali^ OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. ! TUCKER & CO., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales. j

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An Ensilage Experiment [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

An Ensilage Experiment Mr. George Winkley, of Forest Hill, near West Maitland, some time ago, built two immense stacks of ensilage for feed for his dairy cattle during the winter months. He has now opened one of the stacks, and the Mill . i .*. loader nas turned out better than he expected. It has kept well-preserved, being sound and sweet, and is highly relished by the cattle, who eat it ravenously. This case should prove a valuable hint to others in a like position concerning winter feed for their stock.

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The Anthropological Society A PROPOSED EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

The Anthropological Society A PROPOSED EXHIBITION. This society, formed for the pur pose of investigating all matters pertaining to the blacks of Austra lasia — and kindred matters — is now fairly organised. It has an excellent staff of officers in every department, and all that is wanted now is members, subscriptions and — work. The society proposes to hold an exhibition of all that can be got together pertaining to the black and other races of Australasia. It's a big order, and we have a list of the things the society wants to borrow for the exhibition. The list is a terrible one and gives a poor editor the hump, but it includes everything that is connected with the early history of the aborigines of this country. We will be glad to supply any information to our readers on this interesting subject. The secretary is Mr. W. WentworthBucknell, Sydney.

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Albury Stock and Pastures Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Albury Stock and Pas tures Board. A meeting of members of this body was held on Wednesday at the board room. Present — Messrs W. C. Bowen (chairman), W F. Zweck, F. J. Mit | chell, W. Schilg, W. Kiddle, J. W. Grieve, J. Wenke and G. E. Mackay (secretary.) The bank book showed a credit ! balance of £204 4s 3d. Amongst other business a letter was $ read from the ' Sydney Stock and 1 Station Journal ' forwarding items of 1 expenditure in the matter of protest 1 ing against the drastic administration i ;? of the Diseased Animals Act. ??\ Mr. Kiddle considered they were | morally bound to contribute some ;-: thing towards the expenditure. They \\ had sent a delegate to the meeting. n Personally he would denote £1 Is. |i He did not say anything as to whether V: the board should vote any of its funds i for that purpose. f Mr. Mitchell thought it was strange I that owners generally had not been asked to contribute to the fund. The chairman said in bis opinion the board could not vote any of...

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Fertility in Cattle and Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Fertility in Cattle and Sheep. Several remarkable cases of fertility in cattle and sheep have been recorded of late, but an English shorthorn cow, which an English exchange says is 22 years old, produced a few weeks ago her twenty sixth calf, a well-developed roan heifer. This should not be far off a rp.r»fM*H_ Annhhfir naufi is rp.nnrt.firl hv ' the Londonderry ' Sentinel,' which says a cow has, in three years, pro ; duced seven calves — five heifers, and two bulls. At three successive 1 calvinga she produced twins. A ewe at Ballycurry, county Derry (states the same paper), last season gave birth to six lambs, and the preceding year five lambs, and in 1893 she produced four. The IC Coleman's Rural World ' mentions an American ewe that had three lambs when a ? shearling, and afterwards a pair, a | four and a five. Every lamb was 3 healthy and lived to be reared. If any of our readers have had { sheep or cows that can beat these \ records we would like to hear of them. ? Such remarka...

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

WHEN VISITING SYDNEY INSURE YOURSELF AGAINST AOPinCUTO Combined -with TYPHOID AuulUtNlO, DIPHTHERIA, &c, also your Liabiiity under the Employers' Liability Act, your House against BURGLARY, your Servants against DEFAULTING. nnPAM ACCIDENT and GUARANTEE \j y Lf^ || CORPORATION, Limited, 131 PITT - STREET, SYDNEY (Next Hardie and Gorman's.) COOERWULL ACADEMY, Bowenfells, Blue Mountains. FOUNDED 1883. COMMITTKE OF MANAOEMKNT (Appointed by the Council of St. Andrew's College) Rev. JAMES CAMERON, M.A., D.D., Richmond Rev. A. C. GE1KIE, D.D., LL.D., ' Egmont,' ?\Voollahra. J. L. BROWN, Esq., ' Methven,' Bowenfells. CHARLES SMITH, Esq., ' Goderich.' Sydney. J. T. WALKER, Esq., ?' Hosemont,' Woollahra. Rector : C. A. FLINT, M.A. (Syd.) (late University Scholar and Tutor of St, Andrew's). THE SCHOOL BUILDINGS are within easy dis tance of the railway station and provide accom modation for about 70 Boarders. The dry, bracing climate of Bowenfells (3000 feet above sea level) combined wi...

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

C1HEARING. — Advertiser, 12 years' station experi )O ence, been charge boards, 40 shearers, wishes similar employment J. A. DOBIE, Lake Cudgellico. N.S.W. ? TO SQUATTERS -A really good and reliable Married Couple disengaged ; man, cook and baker ; wife, willing and experienced in any station capacity. Two years' sound reference £80. Will pay own faro; refund on arrival. 'F. J., 21G Palmer-street, Sydney. [Seen testimonials, which are good.— Ed. ' S.S. and S.J.' | FINISHING GOVERNESS, all English subjects, fluent French. German, adv. music, singing, painting, drawing, geology, Latin, P. and F. N'work, sup. young lady ; sev. exp. rot , Eng. subj., French, piano, drawing, painting, P. and F. N'work, good disciplinarians, exc. refa., £26 to £50; N. gov.. Eng., music, E. French and draw., able to make children's clothes, good refs ; sup. tutor (28), all University subjects, can coach for exama., exc. refs. ; smart Y. tutor (20) and assist on station, able to teach English, piano, bookkee...

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The A. M. P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

The A. M. P. Society. As life assurance is a subject of general public interest, we have pleasure in reminding our readers that one of our regular advertisers is agenb for the above well-known life office, and if you want full information about insuring, then communicate with Mr. J. B. Youdale, 108 Pitt-street ; by Telephone, 2179, or write or call.

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

HicnBisaT H. Bkown. H. W. Buck. Wm. Dawson. HERBERT E. BROWN & GO. LAND, STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Melbourne Chambers, 89 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. All Land and Mining Matters atten ed to. Advances on Properties. Appeals Conducted under the Land Tax. Contractors' Agents. Prompt Attention to all Matters. Land Valuators.

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Railway Excursions. CHEAP FARES TO THE SHOW AND THE RAM SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Railway Excursions. CHEAP FARES TO THE SHOW AND THE RAM SALES. The forthcoming sheep show is going to be worthy of the colony, and the action of the Railway Commis sioners in the matter will be greatly appreciated all over the country. In another column will be found the terms— or, rather, the times — for trains, and we expect that all our constituents will take advantage of the opportunity and come and see the b9st sheep that the world has ever produced. The sheep show opens for judging on Thursday, July 2nd. On Friday the Governor, Lord Hampden, will open the show to the public at 11 o'clock. On Friday and Saturday the sheep-dog trials take place.

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Outside Sales. DIAMANTINA FAT CATTLE. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Outside Sales. DIAMANTINA FAT CATTLE. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report Having sold on account of the Blun Station, South Gregory district, Q., 3400 fat bullocks and cows, station delivery.

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A Stock Agent's License. TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

A Stock Agent's License. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — There is a subject that sug gests itself to me as being of consider able importance to legitimate agents throughout the colony, and that is the advisability of having a license im posed. As things are a number of people in almost every country town augment a precarious mode of living by posing as commission agents to an occasional unwary customer ; others, such as grocers, butchers, bootmakers, hotel keepers and such never loose an opportunity of blackmailing the properly-established Agent, when by chance they hear of a person seeking a property or business without doing anything in any shape or form in lieu thereof. Occasionally we hear of a Government official running the un fortunate agent in branches of his business, and no doubt using the Government office when thus engaged. I think a tax, say, of £10 per annum would meet the matter and protect genuine business. I am well aware that opposition is the spirit ...

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Gladstone Meat Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Gladstone Meat Works. The Gladstone Meat Company, which commenced operations last week, has everything now working smoothly and satisfactorily in all departments. Portion of the tinning plant refused to do its work at first, but is now work of preserved meats have been sampled, and found of excellent quality. Cattle are being booked freely, and the direc tors expect to treat on an average daily 100 head after the current week. The erection of the freezing chambers is being rapidly pushed on so that the earliest advantage may be taken of the contract with Bergl and Brabbin. — ' Queensland Grazier.'

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

Travelling Stock Routes. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' biR, — J^rom time to time we are inflicted wibh complaints in the newspapers of the colony from drovers and carriers that they cannot find enough grass for their travelling stock and working bullocks to eat, and the everlasting cry is that the much-prostituted 'public' is always Dut forward as bp.inor rnhV«»H Viv f-.hA bloated, greedy squatter. Now, what are the facts of the case 1 Travelling stock have a right, for which their owners pay nothing to eab the grass under certain conditions, for which another man pays rent. Working carriers' bullocks have no right at all to eat on the stock routes. The *? public ' know nothing about the stock routes — don't want them — for the simple reason that the public cannob eat grass ; if the ' public ' could it no doubt would rent the ' routes ' and want to graze them for nothing, as it has sold the land in fee simple to the owners and now re-rents it), i e , taxes it-. I am writing ...

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Australian Mutton In England. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

Australian Mutton In England. The following items from the market report of the C.C. and D. Co., Ltd., dated May 15th, will have a mournful interest for many of our readers. Australian mutton. — There has been little change in this trade since our last, arrivals have not been heavy, but 'a.r mnrfl t;Vin.n nro ?urnnf.ori ?wrif.li f.Vifi stores still blocked with old shipments, to a great extent of very inferior, most unselling meat. Prices continue very low from l|d. to 2|d. per lb., the best sheep which were making 2^d. and oc casionally 2|d. per lb., can now be bought at 2£d. per lb. The quality of much that has come to hand has been very bad, so poverty stricken and plain, that even the customers of the low-class butchers who cater for Satur day night trade, are loud in their com plaints of the inferior meat supplied, its cheapness alone selling it. Australian lambs. — A total of 1702 have been received, a few have been really good lambs showing breed, con dition and quality, and ...

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

TO GRAZIERS PITT, SON & BADGERY, Ltd. Fat and Store Stock Salesmen. We have the WHOLE of the YARDING and WATERING ACCOM MODATION adjoining the FLBMINGTON SALE YARDS. Good and Extensive Paddocks close by. All Quaker Hill Estate and other Fine Paddocks on the road at Bl&cktown. All PAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night, by careful men exclusively in our own employ. Oar Mr. BADGERY conducts STOCK SALES and our Very Large Business is Unsolicited and Well Done. HORSES AS MAY BE ARRANGED. PIGS at); Corporation Yards, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. CALVES on Wednesdays, STORE STOCK DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Reliable Information Given. Jlu Oi. p. Q^M^., Jt.3L.4.1-J., ffig2HS? ?? Elizabeth Street, Sydney. Telephone 2139.

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

STT7J3 SHEE3? S^XESSS | TO BUYERS of LINCOLNS, BORDER LEICESTERS, j and ROMNEYS. ?f PITT SON and BADGER!, Limited, I Would direct especial attention to a consignment of 12 | LINCOLN RAMS, which they will Sell on account 1 JAMES MITCHELL, Esq., TABLETOP, I ALBURY. | . \ The Tabletop Lincoln Sbud was formed, and has been maintained, with ] with that disregard to expense, characteristic of Mr. Mitchell, in breeding pure I stock, and buyers will have the opportunity of securing the best Lincolns that j care and money can produce. ! BORDER LEICESTERS. | 100 NEW ZEALAND RAMS FROM NOTED BREEDERS I ROMNEY MARSH. A Select Consignment account The New Zealand and Australian Land Company, Ltd. I The above sheep will be penned for inspection at Messrs. Hill, Clark and | Co. s Wool Store, Pyrmont Bridge-road, on MONDAY July 6th, and be | sold the following WEDNESDAY or THURSDAY | ADVERTISING RATES ; Small advertisements, 14 words for Is ; I every additional aevea words, 6d. i Sales of Stock, Prop...

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

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