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

THE SYDNEY Stock & Station Journal CONTAINS THE OFFICIAL 'REPORTS FROM THE FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1896.

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THE CONFERENCE OF STOCK BOARD DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 23 June 1896

THE CONFERENCE OF STOCK HOARD DELEGATES. The chief subject in pastoral circles to-day is, naturally, that of ticks. Nexb in importance to that comes the con ference of delegates, to be held in Sydney next month. The Tenterfield Board has called this meeting, and the general feeling in the country appears to be that it has nob been called till it was time. The 64 stosk boards in New South Wales are but so many voices calling in the wilderness. As each calls with its own voice, they are no guide to the Minister who is in charge of stock and pastoral matters. They are an important body in the aggregate, but, scattered as they are, their influence is almost nil. If united into one body by the election of a central committee, they would at once become a power in the land. They ought to have been unified years ago, of course, but there is a tradition in the land that stockowners never unite for anything. If the delegates can secure this simple matter of amalgam ation next month they will ...

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

NOTICE. Letters for publication and literary com munications should be addressed to the EDITOR. Advertisements, subscriptions, and all business communications should be uddre.'sed to the MANAGER.

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

-VTBW SOUTH WALES GOVERN ±y MENT RAILWAYS. STUD SHEEP SHOW and SALES at SYDNEY. SPECIAL CHEAP EXCURSION TRAINS. RETURN TICKETS at SPECIALLY LOW FARES will be issued to SYDNEY from all Stations by trains leaving Bourke at 7.50 a.m., Dubbo 6.40 a.m., Forbes 2.0 p.m., Cowra5.20 p.m., Orange 10.50 a.m., Bathurst 11.0 a.m., Mudgee 6.45 p.m., and Jennings at 5.35 .m., Tamworth 2.25 p.m., Narrabri 9.20 a.m., Singleton 10.5 p.m. on Wednesday, 1st July ; Albury, at 2.45 p.m., Corowa 12.30 p.m., Hay 9.20 a.m. Jerilderie 8.10 a.m., Junee 7.20 p.m., Temora 5.0 p.m., Gundagai 5.35 p.m., Young 6.56 p.m., Harden 11 a.m , Cooma 5.3U p.m., Goulburn 3.10 p.m. on Tuesday, 30th June; and Nowra at 2.30 p.m., Kiama 3.35 p.m. and Wollongong 3.35 p.m. on Wednesday, 1st July. These tickets will only be available on the outward journey by the trains 'named, but passengers can return from Sydney by ordinary trains (Melbourne Express excepted) on any date up to and including as follows : - To the Western and N...

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City Yards. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

City Yards. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report Fat Calves. — The supply penned this week, viz., 233, was fairly large, although it was not too heavy for requirements. There was an average attendance of the trade present, and competition was brisk. A slight falling off in values had to be accepted, but the tone of the market re mained good throughout. We quote extra prime and heavy (yearlings) 45s to 52s, prime and heavy 38s 6d to 45s, good 32s to 36s 6d, medium rough from 20s, prime young vealers to 33s 6d, good 21s 6d to 25s 6d, others from 14s 6d. We sold 25 from Breeza to 33s 6d, averaging 25s 6d. Fat Pigs. — The number of pigs penned since our last report has been slightly above requirements, and prices have shown a slight decline, more especially for porkers, which were forward in full supply. We quote big heavy back fat pigs 50s to 60s ; extra prime bacon ers to 44s 6d ; prime ditto 35s to 40s ; good ditto 29s to 34s ; light from 24s ; best porkers to 20s ; good 15s to 18s ; ...

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The Tick Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

The Tick Plague. The latesb telegram from JBrisbane, dated Wednesday, says : — t; The Chief Inspector of Stock has received a telegram from Mr. J. lvi'intosh, chairman of the Towns ville Board of Commissioners, stating that several people who had tried the cottonseed oil sent him have com plained that it does not kill the ticks. Fnspector Calvero wires from Towns villu that he had examined cows dressed by mineral oil, and not a live tick was to be found on the animals. Inspector Calvert thinks it is too strong for horses, but as a tickde stroyer it is very effective.'

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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

CATTLE. 643 Cattle yarded. The supply was nbout sufficient for requirements of a good attendance of buyers, and the Sydney Mc.ti -Preserving Company also soyerating the market held firm at late rates, especially for prime quality, which was not over plentiful, and well competed for. QUOTATIONS : Prime pens of bullocks £5 10s to £6 j Good pens of bullocks £4 10s to £5 Medium pens of bulloeks £3 10k to £4 Inferior pens of bullocks from £2 1 -s *Ob, i-KJ--/wiFTION. ijWNJCBH. Prime pens of cows £3 103 to £4 Good pens of cows £2 15s to £3 5s Medium pens of cows £2 to £2 10s Inferior pens of cows from 30s 10 bullocks... R Rouse 50 bullocks... J. Barry 30 bullocks... G. H. Hot ton 118 bullocks. ..Mantuan Downs Stalioi 5 bullocks?.. V. .J. D-j'.vliri' 2 bullocks... J. Keys 27 bullocks... W. J. Den mead 7 bullocks... J. W. Browne 162 bullocks.. .H. Bailey 31 bullocks... F. Reynolds 10 bullocks... Estate 11. Ulasson 30 bullocks... R. Logan 13 bullocks... C. R, Dines 10 bullocks... G. Abbott 2...

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Agents Reports: Hill, Clark and Co. sold— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Agents Eeports: Hill, Clark and Co. sold— 118 bullocks Mantuan Downs Station, rail . Nyngau, to £5 3s, averaging £4 15s 5d 5' bullocks V. J. Dowling, rail Lue, averag ing £4 14s 5 cows same owner, averaging £3 13s 162 bullocks H. Bailey, road .Singleton, to £4 16a, averaging £4 3« 6d 31 bullocks F. Reynold?, Tocal, rail Mait land, to £4 12b, averaging £4 2s 5s JO bullocks Kstate R. (jlasson, Athol, rail Blayney, averaging £3 15a 22 bullocka D. Leahy, rail Bungendore. to £3 5s, averaging £3 0s 7d 8 Btecrs A. W. Holt, Wingello Park, rail Marulan. 2 bulls same owner. 1 1 heifers same owner. Weaver and Perry sold— i'7 bullocks W. J. Denmead, rail Goulburn, to JL'4 I3.s, averaging £4 10s 2d 13 bullocks C. R. Dines, rail Singleton, averaging £3 9s Joseph Leeds and Co. sold— 10 bullocks R. Rouse, Guntawung, rail Mudgee, averaging £5 4s Piti, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold— 50 bullocks J. Harry, Richlanda, rail Moss Vale, to £5 12s, averaging £5 Is ] Id 30 bullocks G. H. Rotton, Taloobie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

|hHQL nRPINOTnNS l8fc Cock- Metropolitan Show, and other f UnrillU I UllUa Prizewinners. Also [ WHITE WYANDOTTES - ^rr& \ moat useful varieties. EGOS, 15s. per Setting. Hook orders ai j' once. FIFTEEN VARIETIES OF POULTRY KEPT. Send for Catalogue. ? W. C. F. THOMAS. ' HiU View,' Guyong. j A NEW AND POWERFUL Q TT T d TT TSJ T f?\ HAIR GROWER: 13 Jr\ L-* w5 /'V 1^1 1 KiS The extraordinary and successful Preparation for the growth of Hair which is being introduced to Aus tralia is causing quite a sensation. Thousands of English and Australian testimonials. The following are two Australian : — ' My hair was very thin —I used every preparation for the hair that monev could buy, but it kept on petting thinner, and, as a last resource, I used BALSA Nil), and after three applications new h;iir began to grow, and it is now thicker than ever it was. Anyone who wants a good head of hair should use BALSANIO. I have proved it.— A. Tytfr, 240 Crown-street, Sydney.' ' I was lo-inpr my hair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

J. H. GEDDES, BIRT & CO, LTD. N.S.W, GOVERNMENT MEAT MARKETS, DARLING HARBOUR, 8YDNEY. SALES of Country Killed Meat held DAILY at the Markets Selling Arents: ( Messrs. T°MpSON, MANNING and JEREMY. & * I Messrs. McMASTER, HUDSON and CO. vleat treated for Shlpwmift to Europe at a Consolidated Charge for Dolirtry in Ti«o« or to include Storage and Sale Charges in London. OFFICE : MACQUARIE PLAGE, SYDNEY. ManagrtaEr Director In Australia! Secretary i J. H. C3EDDES. CHARLES C. TAYLOB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

NOTICE. Letters for publication and literary com munications should be addressed to the EhiTOK. Advertisements, subscriptions, and all business communications should bv. addressed to the MANAGER.

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LAMBS. J. C. Young and Co. sold— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

LAMBS. IJ. C. Young and Co. sold— 5 lambs C. Boyi'., Ramham, rail George's Plains ... S 6 22 lambs same owner ... 0 5 107 lambs P. G. Callaglmn. rail Perth ... 6 11 11 hoggets Southern Agents, mil 4 9 204 lambs same owners ... 4 -- Warden Harry Graves & Son sold— 51 merino lambs Riall Bros., Cud dell, rail Narrandera 7/7 to S 4 24 xbred lambs same owners ... 8 3 8 xbred lambs same owners ... 7 0 17 hoggets, xbred. J. Preston, rail Burro wa ... 8 2 H. M. Suttor and Co. sold— 12 lambs Hubbard Br s ? Sli I lamb same owner ... ... S 0 1 hogget same owner ... ... 6 9 50 lambB W. F. Stevei;son ... S 0 Maiden Bros, sold— 40 lambs for E J. Allen. Stoney Creek, rail Young ... S 8 | 6 lambs, 2nds came owner ... 7 4 ' 8. d. 30 lambs Southern Agents, rail Galong ... 7 8 17 lambs, 2nds, same owners .. 6 1 40 2 tooth wethers Hou. R. H. Roberts, Clifton, rail Young... 7 9 113 2-tooth ewes same owner ... 7 10 50 2-tooth ewes same owner ... 7 5 104 lambs Gungahleen Estate, rail Queaubeyan 7/...

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Death of Mr. Wm. Eyres. THE PASSING OF A PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Death of Mr. Wm. Eyres. THE PASSING OF A PIONEER. Over a year ago we had as a visitor in Sydney Mr. Wm. Eyres, a quiet, genial gentleman, who was deservedly j a favourite with all who knew him. One of hia sons is well known in | pastoral circles in JNew South Wales. Mr. Eyres had been ill with pleurisy, but was fast recovering, when he suddenly collapsed, and the flags in B^llarat floated half-mast high in token of the regard in which Mr. Eyres was held by his fellow townsmen. His passing away recalls the old gold-digging days, for he came to Australia in January, 1853, and he was one of the pioneers of Ballarat. The news of the discovery of the 119 lb. nugget fired his heart and gave him the yellow fever, so that he was one of the early ones on the field, when it took two weeks to go from Melbourne to Ballarat. He worked at Bendigo, too, along with his brother, and they did so well that they sent home as a present to their father — an English ironfounder — a 25-oz nugget, just to s...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. THURSDAY. JUNE 25 1896 SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Itfmeteit ,Jai %Ml jjMa* Tbe OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. THURSDAY. JUNE 25 189S S H 'E E P. 30,082 Sheep penned to-day. Market opened at late rates to a good attendance of the trade, buyers for export ami the Sydney Meat Preserving Company also operating. However, there was a larger proportion of prime peuned than usual, and, although such \v.\s in good dem.tn 1 Ihroughrut, market miy be quoU'd as slightly lower than last Monday. Lambs were in fairly good supply, but demand was very good, and prices better, J especially for piime. A few extra prime sold to 10s Id, prime Ss to 9s, good 7s to 7s 6d, inferior from 4s 6d. QUOTATIONS : Prime xbred wethers 11s to 12s Good xbred wethers 9s 6d to 10a Prime xbred ewes 9a 6d to 10s (Id Good xbred ewes 8s to 9a Prime merino wethers 10s to 10s 6d Good merino wethers Ss to 9s Medium merino wethers 6s 6d to 7s 6d Inferior merino wethers os to 6s Prime merino ewes Sa to Ss 6d Good merino ewes 7s to 7s 6d Med...

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The Delegates' Conference. THE GOVERNOR'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

The Delegates' Con ference. THE GOVERNOR'S DINNER. His Excellency, Lord Hampden, will entertain a large number of dele gates to dinner at Government House, next Thursday nights, July 2nd. The Governor is leaving for Melbourne, on rnuuij-, o uijr l»ui, ctlici Duelling V11X3 sheep show, or eke the dinner would have taken place at a more convenient time for the delegates, as the first con ference does not take place till Satur day night, July 4th. As it is, invita tions could only be sent to those whose names \vxd beea received by tho secretary, previous to Tuesday, June 23rd. Most of the delegates live afar off, and nine days were none too many to send them cards. This is an exceedingly graceful action on Lord Hampden's part), and is one of the many proofs he has given of the sincerity of his desire to know the people amongst whom lie has come to live. As a stoikowuer and a large landowner himself, he is in full sym pathy with tho same class hoie, and this gathering of delegates gives...

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Agents' Reports: Following is order of sales as [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Agents' Reports; Following is order of sales -u drawn fur :?— s. d Henderson Bros, sold — 4 xbred wethers, Alex. M'Kenzie, Strathmore, rail Bov en ... 11 3 164 wethers same owner 9/4 to 9 5 24 wethers same owner ... ..8 4 5 wethers, stained, same owner ... 7 0 Weaver & Perry sold— 882 wethers J. F. Boadle, Coadgery, rail Dubbo 7/1 to 7 2 75 wethers same owner ... 6 4 I wether, cripple, same owner ... 4 9 40S wethers Wal'aroobieStation,rail Coolamon 8/2 to 8 5 52 wethers same owners ... 7 5 1 260 wethers F. R. White, Harben i Vale, rail Murrurundi 7/3 to 7 6 s. d. 297 stags same owner ... 7 6 432 wethers D. McGregor, Brighton, rail Boggabri ... S 9 29 wethers same owner ... S 0 214 wethers \V. E. Tayler, Hope Toun Park, rail Yass Junction 7/3 to 7 4 5 stained wethers same owner ... 6 9 SO wethers T. Wiseman, rail Yarra 6/9 to 6 10 12 xbred wethers same owner ... 8 5 123 ewes same owner ... 5 9 J. C. Young and Co. sold— 1 wether P. G. Callaghan, rail Perth ... 11 9 2 xbred ewe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

AFTER ALL _^*-w ZU^ — IS THE BEST.

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THE COMING RAM SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

THE COMING HAM SALES. This prospects for the coming ram sales are excellent ! There will not be as many sheep as there were last year, but the quality will far more than atone for the quantity This year the sheep-jobber, who nearly ruined us last year, will bo missing. The man who brought a lot of poor sheep to the sales last year to exploit the New South Wales buyers got badly left. He not only had to lose himself, but, unfortunately, he was the cause of making a good many others lose. However, honest men will have a chance this year, and genuine buyrs will have fair play. The Railway Commissioners have given us excursion trains from all parts of the country, and we may fairly expect a large influx of visitors from every direction. That will help the sales to a material extent. The sheep show, which precedes the sales, promises to be the greatest show of its kind ever held in New South Wales, and that is another influence for good that is not to be despised. The grand sheep at the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Oontalai tin Official Reports from th» Fat Stook Salanain'i AsaooUtloa of gydaty/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 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 FLEMINGTON SALE YARDS, Good and Extensive Paddocks close by. All Quaker Hill Estate and other Fine Paddocks on the road at Bl&cktown. Al FAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night., by careful men exclusively in our own employ. Our 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. ? MESSAGERI ES_ M A R IT I M ES. 8TBXE1' to ¥,O\I-«Hf-Via l» A KIS. The service is carried on by rapid Steamers of 6000 tons, leaving Sydney on the 27th of every month. Hales of Passage Money to\ «fi0 t n70 fopi™^* TaViIp Wines London, in First Saloon ? iAbU t0 A'u- mcluamg I&Dle Winefil Return Tickcti &...

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