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Anthrax or Cumberland AN EXPERIMENT. VII. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Anthrax or Cumberland AN EXPERIMENT. Written for the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' (By The Globe Trotter.) ?;;.. vn. Anthrax is a fearful disease, and when, the Frenchmen came over here with Pasteur's chicken cholera, to kill the rabbits, they brought a preventa f-.ivo fnr if-.. Tr, was a simnle one in all truth. It was merely that of inocula tion with attenuated virus. If you insert the germs of anthrax under the skin of a sheep the germs multiply and kill the beast. If, however, you culti vate the virus, artificially, up to a HYPODERMIC SYRINGE AND VIRUS BOTTLE. certain point, you can inoculate the sheep and 'give a mild form of the disease. Then you can inoculate it a few days after with the genuine stuff, with the real simon pure, and it will take no harm. That sheep, after being twice inoculated, is immune, that is, it cannot take anthrax. Why ? Ah, well, that's a great question, but it can't. Now the Frenchman could inoculate the sheep all right, but there was a slight ...

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

RAM __8ALE8. TO BREEDERS ^F_PURE LINCOLNS. PITT, SON and BADGERY, Ltd., have pleasure in announcing that Mr. J. B. Sutton, of New Zealand, will be represented at the forthcoming Sales by a Consign ment of 14 STUD and 19 SELECTED FLOCK RAMS. Mr. Sutton's Lincolns have long been the most Celebrat d in New Zealand, and at last Sydney Sales topped the market. The above Sheep will be ready for inspection on and after the 2nd JULY. MAUKIED COUPLE, from New Zealand (38, 32), son 12: man, kill, milk, groom, garden, all round station hand ; wife, exc. cook, laundress and bread baker; boy. ride mails, useful about station. These are exc. servants, staid, sober, respectable, well recom. previous employers ; string, healthy. An en gagement not to be' regretted. Accept moderate salary. ? rr\\VO FRIENDS (26,23) as cook and lnundr. ss and JL house parlour maid ; station ; four j ears' and three years' references; first-class servants; experi enced all duties; both scrupulously clean and reliable. ...

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

Sp Boss Boot, r I 'HIS is a Gentleman's Boot made of the skin of the 1 PORPOISE, ^commonly known as PORPOISE HIDE. The good qualities ot this class of Leather are well known, though when peoj)le get imitations in place of the real thing they can't believe it. PORPOISE HIDE, the produce of the fish of that ilk, is tough as well as soft, strong as well as tender. It stands water to the extent of being water-proof, and is cool and pleasant to the foot in all weathers. If a Customer were p-oino- to CENTRAL AFRICA, where the temperature is that of a place we dare not mention, and asked us to recommend the prefer kind of boot to wear, we should say the BOSS BOOT, because it is of PORPOISE HIDE; whereas, if our Customer were off to ICELAND, and asked the same ques tion, we should say the BOSS BOOT for the same reason. Yes, you cannot beat the BOSS BOOT, the price of which is THIRTEEN AND SIX. Anthony Hordern and Sons, UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS HAYMABKET (only), SYDNEY.

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

Advertise in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.'

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

BERGL Sl BRMBBIN Hara ple&aare in announcing to the PaavonliBta of Mew South W»lea and Queensland that they are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account either at BOWEN or GLADSTONE (Q.), or at SYDNEY, and they have no beaitaUM In laying that they are able to TREAT STOCK ON THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. REGULAR MONTHLY SHIPMENTS DIRECT. For Pavtloulart apply to — BERGL and BRABBIN, 0ITY rSERsU, Meat Works, BOWEN (Q.). Meat Works, GLADSTONE (Q.).

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N.S.W. Sheepbreeders' Association. SHEEP DOG TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

N.S.W. Sheepbreeders1 Association. SHEEP DOG TRIALS. Three cash prizes, offered by Mr. S. Hordern. — 1st prize, £12 (and a marble clock offered by the Associa tion) ; 2nd prize, £8 ; 3rd prize, £4. Commencing on Friday, July 3rd, at 11 o'clock; lunch 12 to 1.30 o'clock. The dogs will be started in the order given in the catalogue. Ten minutes to each dog will be the time allowance. Owners with their dogs must attend at Southern end of ring. All dogs will be worked on Friday, if possible, and the six best dogs will be selected for the final on Saturday afternoon. Any dogs not present when called will forfeit their right to compete. Judges : Vincent Dowling, Esq. ; P. N. Trebeck, Esq. j H. L. White, Esq. 25 entries.

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

Agricultural and Pas toral Shows. [The Editor will feel obliged if secretarial it Agricultural and other shows will for ward dates and full particulars of their fixtures, together with advertisementa giv ing fuller information concerning the same. As 'The Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' circulates largely in this and the ether colonies, it forms an excellent medium for the publication of all advertising matter having reference to Agricultural and Paa beral Shows.] [Contributions are invited on subjeoti tf interest to pastoralists and others.] OATES FOR FORTHCOMING EVEN0J&. 1896 Riverina P. and A. Society (Jerilderie) ... July 28, 29 Lachlan P. and A. Assoc iation ... ? July 30 Mossgiel District P. As sociation ... .- August 5 Narrandera P. and A. Association ? Augnst 5, 6 Forbes P. A. and H. Association ? August 6, 7 Parkes P., A., and H. Association ? August 12, 13 Northern A., Singleton August 19, 20 Temora P., A., H. and I. Association ... August 26, 27 Murrumburrah P....

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

A T HITTMANN'S LABOR J\. AGENCY CO., 83 IMPERIAL ARCADE. NOTE. — All Servants advertised by us arc bona fide, and specially selected for our country clients ; most ot them are known to us for years, and we can recommend them, knowing their capabilities for station requirements. GOVERNESSES' Department is directly under the able supervision of the Manager, whose lon^ experi ence in engaging and selecting has gained for him the enviable reputation of being a judge second to none in the Colonies. Our very large established connection enables us to secure Male and Female Labor of the highest calibre, which a small limited business cannot ensure. Therefore, DO YOUR BUSINESS THROUGH HITTMANN'S LABOR AGENCY CO , A PRIVATE MEDIUM FOR SQUAT TERS. /^ OVERNESS, 30, C.E., English, thorough, all \JT branches, music (Kowalski), singing (Mrs. Kingsmill Shaw), painting, oils, water colors, matric. in Latin, French, mathematics, exc. educational attainments, an indefatigable worker, unremitting in a...

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Bourke. J. ANDERSON AND CO. Report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Bourkfi. J. ANDERSON AND CO. Report As follows for week endin ' June 20th, 1896: Sheep. — Trucked to Homebush 1000 fat wethers (which averaged 9s 10d), account C. B. J. Warmoll, Bourke. Cattle. — Sold, account Dugan and Pearce, Bourke, 177 head mixed fat cattle ; also 22 head on account of local owners. Horses. — Trucked to Camperdown 11 head, account D. Smith. Hides. — Railed to Sydney 47 hides, account Coorabuika Station ; and 39, account F. W. Armytage, Norley. Tallow. — Railed to Sydney 8 cases tallow, account of Coorabulka Station; and 7 casks, account cf F. W. Army tage, Norley.

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Country and Intercolonial. Maitland. E. W. SPARKE REPORTS— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Country and Intercolonial, Maitland. E. W. SPARKE Reports— Fat Cattle.— Fairly large supply forward to a good attendance of buyers. I sold : For W. Lowrie, 6 bullocks at £3 2s to £3 10s, 1 cow at £2 5s ; R. Logan, 24 bullocks at £2 9s to £2 19s ; J. B. A. Burne, 22 cows at £1 13s to £2 18s ; G. Beavis, 1 cow at £2 5s ; W. Landers, 9 heifers at £2 5s, 3 bullocks at £3 Is, 6 steers at £1 16s to £2 2s; W. Potter, 11 bullocks at £3 11s to £4 7s, 2 at £2 16s ; J. N. Lawrie, 61 bullocks at £3 Is to £4 10s, 5 cows at £1 19s ; R. Landers, 33 bullocks at £2 8s to £3 4s 6d. Fat Calves.- Light supply forward. I sold : W. Lawrie, 10 at 14s to 30s ; T T» A TJ ? O _*. li)n f/-v 1 Ro ? TT d ; x-. j\. x-urne, o at us w ''), j.v. Rigney, 6 ab 17s 6d. Fat Sheep.— Very large supply penned. I sold : Mackay Bros., 91 ewes at 5s 8d to 6s 9d ; Cooper and Son, 269 at 5s to 5s 9d. Fat and Store Pigs.— An unusually large number forward. I suld : A. McPherson, 6 at 12s 6d to 17s 3d; F. McEwen, 1 at 34s ; E. H...

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Scone. A. F. YORK REPORTS— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Scone A. F. YORK Reports— Since my last report I have sold for J. W. Hopper, steers and heifers 14s, cows £1 15s to £2, vealers 20s ; agents, 2 cows £2 4s, 2 at £2 Is, 2 at £2, 2 at £1 12s, 2 at £1 17s 6d. 2 at £1 15s, 2 at 27s 6d, cows and calves 32s 6d, 2 cows £1 12s, 2 at £1 6s 6d, 1 at £1 15s, steers £1 18s 6d, heifers £1 10s, 8 at £1 13s, 5 at £1 5s 6d ; F. Rose, 1 cow £1 4s, 1 at £1 3s, 2 steers £1 7s, 3 at £1 2s 6d, 3 heifers 17s 6d ; W. Worrad, 3 cows £1 8s, 1 ab£l 14s, 1 at £1 18s 6d, 2 steers 13s 6d, cow and calf£l 13s; H. R. Carter, 2 cows 31s 6d, 3 bullocks £2 9s, 3 at £2 5s 6d, 3 at £2, 2 at£l 16s 6d, 4at£l 13s 6d, 1 at £1 18s, steer 20s; F, Rowe, 1 springer £1 19s 6d, 1 at £1 18s; J. A. Wiseman, 2 heifers £t 6s, 3 at 18s 6d, 1 at 10s 6d ; D. M'Phee, 31 steers 28s, 4 heifers 223 6d, 1 at 32s 6d ; E. Chalkley, 2 bul locks £3 Is, 2 cows £2 4s; W. M Sevil, 4 cows £2, 10 at 22s 6d, 12 heifers 15s, 1 at 6s. 5 steers 32s 6d 12 at 22s 6d ; R. Cummins, 10 bullocks £3 12s 6d; Mi...

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Muswellbrook. D. H. ALLAN REPORTS— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Muswellbrook. D. H. ALLAN Reports— Having yarded on the 19th inst. (iu conjunction with Bacon and Co., Too woomba), the Victoria Downs bullocks, a good lot of Herefords, showing nice quality and in very fair condition. A small attendance of buyers and bidding dull. 590 head sold as follows :— 100 at £2 10s, 29 at £2 6s 6d, 40 at £2 5s, 69 at £2 5s, 18 at £2 4s, 65 at £2 3s, 41 at £2 5s, 38 at £2 3s, 41 at £2 2s, 19 at £2 0s 6d, 21 ab £1 15s, 26 at £2 6s 6d, 44 at £2 12s 6d, 3 at£l 6s 1 at £2 14s, and local lots at satis factory prices. June 23rd, 1896.

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

WHITE and MAGPEERSON, STOCK and STATION AGENTS, ST. GEORGE, AND CHARLEVILLE, QUEENSLAND WEAVER & PERRY, F. G. WEAVER. J. W. PERRY. Stock and Station Agents FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN J HJity Bank Chambers, Pitt Street, LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATION OP FKEEHOLD AKD STATION PROPERTIES MADE FOR PROBATE OR OTHERWISE. LESSEES OF FULLAGAR'S WELL-KNOWN PADDOCKS CLOSE TO HOMEBUSH. WILKINSON & LAVENDER, STOCK and STATION AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN, SYDNEY and HAY. Establuhkd-WAOGA WAGGa, 1870; HAY, 1873: 8Y/DNEY, 1877. LARGE WATERING and RECEIVING YARDS adjoining Fleminoton Salk Yard?, All Fat Stock Untbdotcbo and Watered Immediately ov Arrival. I GOOD PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION. 8 FINANCIAL AGENTS. VALUATORS. LOANS NEGOTIATED, VALUATIONS OF FREEHOLD OR STATION PROPEKTY MADE- A

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Ticks Again. Says the "Queensland Grazier"— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Ticks Again. Says the 'Queensland. Grazier' — ' We make no apology for return ing to this subject, for it is of the greatest importance to stock owners in this colony and to our neighbors. We wish specially m this article to rerer to tue matter ot quarantine, and ?we have no hesitation in saying that the administration of the quarantine regulations ha- been a gross fraud upon the country. The trouble has nob been in Brisbane, but in the country districts whore commissioners were appointed some months ago. We know that Mr. Gordon, the Chief Inspector of Stock, is a zealous and honorable officer ; ail Queensland knows that, but lie has been badly hoodwiuked in this case. We have in our possession information to the eft'ecc that the Commissioner.1;, in pro scribing the quarantine lines, have been more cj; refill of their own in terest* than the interests of the public, and the general working of the quaran tine hwj bei'ij ;.'i,.shnm and a disgrace to the i'.-!ony. These are .strong wor...

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

\ 28 CASTLEREAGH STREET,' ftX'Wjl % SHEEP AND OATTLE SALES o«d««tad ^6 jtHT^^^^Hk ^.°!Q SALES inducted at City Yards tfc ^feT^^^^L-^^W'^1 ?''°~7 ^s-viay. Wednwday *od Friday. *? *tf-Se //^???^O^aTIVca;-f SALES ««ry WA«(,,. «'/ * -, V-Ca\-^/ V HORSES « CM?.,d^ — nr-miMi ??!?»?-? ? K HENDERSON ' Mtt^~~~™ 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS SH.KJE»» JLALD CATVJLJU B*AJLJ28JflUBiN. VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED Good Paddock Accommodation for fcfcock at Homebusb. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION. Account Sales Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale. WARDEN HARRY GRAVES AND SON' T71XTEN8IVE Paddock Accommodation, for the reception of Stock, both at Homebuah JJi and Blacktown. An efficient staff always at Homebuah to receive Stock the instant of its arrival any hour of day or night. All Stock inspected by ourselves personally before Sale, and drafted when deemed advisable, and sold by ourselves personally. Account Sales...

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

Made to Measure, our AUSTRAL SAC SUIT for 46s. From KAIAPOI and OAMARU TWEEDS, GEELONG and N.-S.VV. TWEEDS, SERGERETTES, INDIGO DYE SERGES, WORSTED -JORKSCREWS, Shrunk, Fast Colocks, Well Trimmed and Good Workmanship. Price List, Patterns, Measure Form and Tape, POST FREE. COUNTRY ORDERS, CARRIAGE PAID. Hundreds Pleased and have Recommended Others. WATERPROOF COATS, DEEP CAPE, with or without Sleeves, Double Texture, Parramatta Cloth, Sewn Seams, and guaranteed STORM Proof, 25s., 30s., 35s., 42s.f 45s. MERCERS, HATTERS, MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS, &c, &c. SAVE MONEY by Ordering from a CASH FIRM.

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City Yards. Hill, Clark and Co. report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

City Yards. Hill, Clark and Co. report Fat Calves.— The supply brought forward this week was much heavier than the previous Wednesday's yardings, the quality generally being of a better class. The t ne of the market at the opening sales was of a dispirited nature, and values throughout were much lower. We quote extra prime year lings and 2 year olds 40s to 50s, lighter de scriptions 30s to 35s, good heavy 25s to 30j, prime young 25s to 30e, good light 20s to 24*, and other descriptions from 7s to 1 6s. We sold 1 truck from Trangie to 30s 6d, averag ing £1 4s Id ; and one from Farley to 27s 6d, averaging £1 2s lOd. Fat Pigf. — The supply of porkers since cur last report has been excessively heavy, re bulting in the market declining on Friday lust, values however, recovered on Tuesday, and the market may be quoted firm at pre vious quotations. Baconers are without material alteration, competitioa being still animated for beat descriptions. We quote extra prime and weighty pigs 52s to ...

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

HINCHCUFF, HOLT 4 CO. WOOLBROKERS, te. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to us for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, ALtO ON SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, fto. &o \ HINCHCLIFFS WOOL STORES, I ? I London Agents : Messrs. E. HOLT & CO.

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

Furs and Furriers. Nothirjg is more gratifying to a right-minded mortal than to see a good man doing well. Mr. Phillip Law rence, the furrier, has been in tern- -' time, but he has now moved back to ?!;' the new and beautiful shop in 20 ?° Hunter street. Mr. Lawrence's shop i*10 is a perfect museum of lovely things in -a ° furs, mats, rugs, emu eggs, native ''ai weapons aud all kinds of curios and , i . wonderful things. When pastoraliats r are iu town for the sheep show and the 1 ram sales, they ought to pay a visit to Ie* Mr Laurence and take their wives. IT Two Irishmen went out fishing not long since, and one took a bottle of \ whisky with him. When lunch-time I arrived they found the cork was very ? tight, and impossible to get out with out a corkscrpw. ' Can't yez get it out, Moike V said Pat, after a few minutes of hard work by Mike with the cork. '1 can,' said Mike. 'I'll get it out, shure, if I have to push it in.'

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Answers to Correspondents [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 26 June 1896

Answers to Corres pondents [It is not always possible to answer communication!) under this heading in the issue following receipt, and sometimes several Issues appear before we are able to do so. ] B. B. - Thanks for the stamps. We'd forgotten all about 'ein. This world of stock-owners is real honest. Only this week we lent a New Zea lander an umbrella, and — he brought it back ! Now your stamps come to hand. Hallelujah ! G. H. — Your stamps came to hand, and we've sent the books. We have one shilling left over, so we'll keep that in hand to your credit. Thanks. L. M. H. — Thanks for cash. Have sent tf Gossip,' and hope you'll get it all right. It's cheering to hear from people like you ! Sometimes a fellow gets worried a bit, for there's enough to upset some people in a job like thi3 ; but lettors like yours act as a much-needed tonic. We hope to fill the place of the pastoral journal of Australia yet. It's a big order, but it's something to work for, and it's worth working for, to...

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