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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Sale of a Pastoral Pro perty. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report Having sold Careunga North Estate, Bibuated 30 miles from Moree, consisting of 7680 acres CP. and C.L. land, with im provements thereon and 3400 sheep, the whole at a satisfactory c&Bh price, the pur chaser being Mr. John Mawhiuney. (The above Bale was in conjunction with Mesara. Meyuiuk, Crane and (jail, Moiee). June 29th, 1896. ' Papa, ' said Benny Geoghegan, ' what does the word sophistry moan ?' ' Sophistry. Benny, ' replied Mr. G-eoghogan, ' is the other fellow's argument.' Duinaa says ' a man is a being of more value, but a woman is a being of better value.' IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE^ED MIKADO TEA. IF you cannot get it in your township, we will send you a 301b. Half -whest for 30s. ourselves, Carriage Paid to the nearest Railway Station to your Home. Send CASH to Whatham Bros., 334Kent-st., Sydney. Read carefully our advertisement in Fridays' issues. Forthcoming Sales. Messrs. Bacon and Co , of Gunneda...

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 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 Blscktowu. AT FAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night, by oa refill 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. ??DBS} 'gJeUrmarD gmrgeou. i! lEjJ^Br ?? EH*ai-'& Strtitt Sydney, j Telephone 2139. THE SYDNEY Stock -£ Station Journal CONTAINS THE OFFICIAL HKl'ORTS FROM THE FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY. TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

BERGL 8t BRRBBIN rifcva j;:oii£aro :v. n? ? .-,- \nicirif» t,o the P'jjvVODtl .ars of New Soui. WileaAnd v ??'??'? land bhaf: they are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Accc .i:t: t ? 'r.oif »? iJO^VKJ'T or L-LAi'.1^1!': NJE (Q.), or o.r, .syDT-TT!''. ^^ 'h:n- , nc ??wnr**m« 4a M*y\ajjf :.r.x;. ,-.,: ??.;,. ibie vo TREAT r^ri' ./^tv OiM 1 :h V ??.- -T .K i - '//» N TAG i5O US T KRMd. ~ -I' '??*?''' Vl :;^THLY SHIPMENTS DIRK: ' I. i''or VaiMiularn ippJv : ? — RFRQi anH RRARRIM Qity'bank chambers, DLHUL d»i»J DnnDDlN. p{TT STREET, SYDNEY, Meat Works, '^OWEN «'Q.-. Meat Works, GLADSTONE (Q.).

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Look at His Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Look at His Teeth. When a horse will not eat his food his teeth should be examined, to see if there is not something wrong with them. A horse's teeth occasionally wear off sharp and thin and tear the skin of his cheeks and tongue, so that mo uuuuuu uouuii-ics voiy sure. nuou this is the case, rasp off the edges of the teeth with a veterinarian's file, and the trouble will be remedied. Always examine a horse's teeth before beginning to dose him with medicine for an appetite, to see if the trouble does not lie with them. — ' London Meat Trades' Journal.' ' I remember,' said Mr§. Wick wire impressively, 'you once said that if you had the world you would gladly lay it at my feet.' ' Oh, did 1 1 ' asked Mr. Wick wire. ' Yes you did. And now I have to nag at you for three days to get you to lay a carpet.'

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LAMBS. Maiden Bros, sold [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

LA.MBS. Maiden Bros, sold— 20 lambs Mrs. R. GlasBon, Hazel wood, rail Blayney ... 5 5 ?.; C. Young and Co. sold— 7 lambs C. Boyd, Rainham, rail George's Plains ... 7 10 30 lambs same owner ... 6 10 31 lamba same owner ... 6 2 46 lambs T. Cheney, rail Perth ... 5 9 11 lambs, culls, same owner ... 4

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An American Idea. "PECK'S EXPORT PURCHASE INDEX." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

An American Idea. 'PECK'S EXPORT PURCHASE INDEX.' Our American cousins are the darndesb advertiser^ on -the face of the earth ! As soon as any fellow learns how to throw big letters on to the moon the Americans will advertise there ! The last best, handiest thing we've seen in the way of advertising is ' Peck's Tndfix.' It is a hie rnval quarto magazine, of about 160 pages, printed on splendid paper. Tt is issued every six weeks in alternate English and Spanish editions. The annual subscription is 5dols. = £1 = 25 francs = 20 marks = 11 florins = 6 roubles (coin) = 25 lire = 20 pesetas. Not ali of those, of course but one of them, according to the country you live in. The idea of the book is this : You send it to a foreign country — like Australia (?) — and the reader can find out who manufactures the goods that he wants to buy in the United States. No matter whether it's Zinc, Zithers, or Zomonia (?), all he's got to do is to look under the letter Z in the index and he'll find out ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

ADVERTISING RAfES. ' Small advertisements, 14 words for Is ; '? every additional seven words, 6d. Sales of Stock, Properties, etc., 5s per inch each insertion, with a discount of 20 per i cent, for 13 insertions and over ; 40 per cent, for 26 insertions and over ; and 50 1 per cent, for 52 insertions and over. Business announcements — terms on appli cation. Stock and Station. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF INTENDED 8ALE 1 OF ! UUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION ! Comprising :— PASTORAL HOLDING, HOMESTEAD LEA8ES, 8TOCK, &c. qiHE AUSTRALASIAN xMORT JL GAGE and AGENCY COMPANY, Ltd., have received instructions to Sell, at an early date, in such lots as may h ? reafter be arranged, by Public Auction, Tne CUl'TAUUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION and STOCK, and certain Homestead Leases, of which the following are short particulars :— Homestead Lease, Parishes Alkolia, Burnell, County of Narran, No. 170, 10,240 Acres. Homestead Lease, Parish Wilby, County Narran, No. 173, 10,240 Acres. All that the Leasehold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

A N EW SI LT SCOOP. SIMPER'S PATENT. For Further Particulars apply to ALEX. S. SCOTT, Martin Place, S7DNB7. fw&C^wh CHAS. F« G. KOPSCH'S *«?? PATENT ? ^^^ STATION TELEPHONE g^&^^l SYSTEM ^^^^^m~ Utilizing Fence Wires, Barbed and 'N^W^ - ' '- ^:- ?''?'- ?? Ordinary. ^J^iifll1'^ ' :': Si*fi8fiB5iillll%^fi^ P'e(!'''es small additional cost to existing Fence.-. ' ffl^1 i' *^^^^^^^^^^P^ obtaining Highest Telephonic Efficiency, 'j fiiijil^P^p''' Available in all weathers. | |^|||||P» SPECIALLY DESIGNED ' ERICSSON ' | | ^EPHO^E, l I Estimate* L'iv-n enabling anyone to fix Apparatus i J '» s --lin.j particulars of requirements to 7*1111 Q V P V(\\)QPU MANUFACTURING l/fliiJJ, r« U, lVl/i i-Uii^ ELECTRICIAN, &c, 8 BRi- ^ ''PT SYDNEY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

To Non-Subscribers. Those who have not yet forwarded their subscription to this ' Journal ' i are inviti d to do so. The amount ia 78 6d for twelve months, postage 4s 4d { extra beyond the colony. The year j commences from date of payment. I Send penny or halfpenny stamps, - P.O.O., or Postal Note, the latter : made payable to Wm. Brooks and j Co., at the Exchange P.O., Sydney

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Answers to Correspondents. [It 8 not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt, and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [It a not alwavs possible to answer communicationB under this heading in the issue following receipt, and BometimeB several issues appear before we are able to do so.] J. A. G.— The Corowa Board of Sheep Directors called a mfetiug of delegates from the Sheep Directors' Boards for Saturday, July 4th. That is all I know. The feeling was that the Stock and Pastures Boards included all the boards, but if it will help on the noble cause of amalgama 4\ir\n +.r*£i\7 nuuu r\ (\r\i± u ftt \*\t\ I Kiiw- 0. G. T.— Thanks for yours/ Th« subject is a burning one, and 1 can't understand the Hpiihy of those most ! interested. But it will come .some i day with a rush, and people will : wonder why we have stood the pre- | sent want of sys-.tein .so long. Keep ai. ' it. ! . M. A. T. — We're sending ' Gossip ' ; to Coolgardie as directed. Thanks. ' It's a pity you missed our ' Globe Trotter ' at, thehhow. But you mu.-i have been at the show ! He wn.s on y there once fora li...

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Improved Ring-Barking. THE DESTRUCTION OF TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Improved Ring-Barking. THE DESTRUCTION OF TREES, jj Some months ago a man came to % this office to tell about a new method f for killing trees. By his plan there P would be no more suckers, no more 1 life once the tree was treated. He 1 would kill the tree as dead as a ^ herring. It was a cheap process, too, 5 and all he would tell about it was ? tqat it was partly chemical and partly mechanical. He referred me to a well known and highly-esteemed pastoralist for further particulars It was a good while before I got hold of the man referred to, and then he knew no more about the invention than I did. The invention had gone to Westralia, but if the invention were all he said it was, there would have more gold for him in New South Wales than in Ooolgardie. It seemed that all trace of the in vention had been lost, when I suddenly dropped on a man, last week, who has it in hand. The in ventor had seen him and transferred the whole affair to him for a trial. This man, a well known pastoral...

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Our Exchanges. "THE AUSTRALASIAN PASTORALISTS' REVIEW." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Our Exchanges. 'THE AUSTRALASIAN PAS TO11AL1ST.S1 KKVIEW.' I never read the Sydney ' Bulletin ' except on ;i holiday iiiiK? or a wot Sunday. The rewm iw simple; it's such an attractive, puper, :uid such a bier one, that it would kill my day to road it through, and once I start, there's no stopping, so 1 leave it alone. The ' Pnstoralist-V Ke.viow,' has that kind of a fault as v.ell. There s so much good matter in i ?-, that it's a temptation to neglect work and read it. 'The June number I've /' skimmed.' There's a good yarn in the London cor respondents letter about Mr. Dowling, who went home as the ' Herald's special correspondent.' Mr. P. J. Dowling prepared a 'paper' for the Society of Arts on 'Australia's Prospects in British markets.' The correspondent of the ' Pastoralists' Re-view ' went to hear it; and he gives a terrible account of the meeting and of the way the paper was handled. It's well worth reading ! Some of the remarks made by the critics at the meeting were very muc...

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The Sheepbreeders' Show. A GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

The Sheepbreeders' Show. A GREAT EXHIBITION. This week sees the opening of the second annual Sheepbreeders' Show in Sydney. Excursion trains are coming in from every parb of the country, and the city will be full of folks from the never never and the far away. The show of sheep will be, in Bpite of the recent drought, one of the finest ever seen in the country. The best breeders in the colonies will be represented, and the competition for the champion ship will be very keen. In country shows a man competes against his neighbors, and there's one breeder, at least, in New South Wales, who has promised to keep his sheep away from country shows, in order to give his neighbors a chance for the prizes. This Sydney show is purely national, intercolonial in its character, and no man will run away with the prizes unless he has really superior sheep. It will be no small honor to win a prize at the Sydney show. The judging commences at 10 o'clock on Thursday morning, but the judges are all exp...

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Killing Ticks on Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Killing Ticks on Sheep.! A correspondent writing to an ; American stock paper asking for a ' method of killing ticks on sheep received the following reply :— -' Feed them with sulphur in their salt, one quart of dry sulphur to every pail of^ salt; and keep it where the sheep can get at it. This will rid the flock of ticks in a very short time.' It ought to be worth a trial. Mr. Quilp : ' vVoli, here's a new idea ; they are making aluminium ships now.' Mrs. Quilp : ' Gracious ! They won't get me on any of them ! I want something heavy enough to hold down the waves.'

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Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Grain, &c. flill, Clark and Co. report— The past week has been so un settled, so far as the weather is con cerned, that business generally has been almost at a standstill. Chaff is much weaker, owing to heavy shipments from New Zealand adding to the already large quantity on the market. Oaten hay is also weaker. Other lines, remain at last week's level. We quote : Wheat. — Milling (nominally) 4s to 4s Id per bushel, chickwheat 3s to 3s 3d, screenings 2s 9d to 3s per bushel. Oats. — Feed grain rather dull at 2s 4d to 2s 5d, but seed samples selling briskly at 2s 7d to 2s 9d per bushel. Maize. — Fair supplies, which have been readily taken at 2s Id to 2s 2d for prime samples, with a prospect of hardening prices. Chaff. — Market very dull, and values on the down grade. Prime Adelaide £4 15s tp £5, Victorian £4 12s 6d to £4 15s, Tasmanian £4 10s to £4 12s 6d,New Zealand £4 5s to £4 10s per ton. At the local auctions prices rule for prime 4s 9d, medium to good 4s 3d to 4a 6d, inf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Late Advertisements. jji OR SALE. \\al(.i-;tt district. 7000 Superior WOOLLY WETHERS, eight-tooth. Shorn July. Well grown and in good comirion. Price, 6s. BACON and CO., Gunnedah. BY AUCTION. MAGNIFICENT SHEEP PROPERTY. Leichhardt District, Queensland. BD. MOREELEAD and CO. have , received instructions from the Mortgagees to offer for Sale, by Public Auction, at their SALE ROOMS, Mary-Street, Brisbane, on TUESDAY, JULY 7th, at 11 a.m., ' CULLIN-LA-RINGO ' STATION and ' TE LEMON.' A really first-class Pastoral Property. Situated on the Bogan lliver, about .'30 miles from Springsure Railway Terminus. Embracing an area of 450 square miles, more or U-ss, Crown Lands, And 01,182 acre do. Freehold do. Together with 65,000 MIXED SHEEP, more or less 8.000 Do. CATTLE Do. nd all Working Horses, Stores, Plant and Sundries ' Further information can be obtained from B. D. MOREIIEAD and Co., Mary-street, Brisbane. WAITING at Miss GARDINER'S OFFICE, THE GOVERNESSES' INSTITUTE. 110 BATHURST-STREET....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTHS. KAEPPEL — On the 13th instant, at Mimosa Mitta Rong. the wife of Ernest B. Kaeppel --i a son. RIDGWAT.— June 2nd at her residence, Menangle Sr., Picton, the wife of A. A. Kidgway pre maturely of a son (.stillborn). MARRIAGES. HOBE—MULVIHILL— February 4th, 13%, at R. C. Church, Albury. Pierce, second son of the late Thomas HoVe, of Cumb'roona station, near Albnry. to Mary Ann ,Dill), onl- daughter of Patrick Mulvihill. of Tumut O'ROURKE -EVANS. — SeptpmhiT 'ih. 1395. at Sydnev, by the R'-v. L Howard. Charle.s David, second son of David O'Rourke, Esq., Cooma, to Grace Elizabeth, eldest lUughier of A. Essex Evans, Esq., Enmore. DEATHS. DENNIS. — June 20th, lSDfJ, at her residence, Tracton. Waps* Watrga, Sarah, widow of the late Joseph Tracton Dennis, and second daughter of the late James Richard Styles, of Reevesdaie, Bungonia, Arjjyle, aired 73 years. WATSON. — March 29 h, at Normanton, Queensland, from pleurisy. Andrew Thomas ('George') Watson, -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

. Ooataiat ih* Oi&QUi B^ports term tb* T%% Stock Sala«mta*v j^aosi&tUm «sf Sydary,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

FISONS' SHEEP DIP MANUFACTURED BY THE CHEMiOAL UNION, LTD., IPSWICH, ENGLAND. PRICE, 70s. per CASE, Free on Rail or Boat, Sydney. AQENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES E. RICH & CO., Ltd.

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Gossip. Do you remember that picture in Sir Walter Scott's il Ivanhoe,' of Gurth and Wamba, and their vSaxon master Cedric ? It is one of the most charming pictures in our literature, and it made a deep impression on ma when I was a little boy. Gurth was the 'thrall ' of the Saxon master ; he was 4.1~A nmi'nnUn^/i f Vi a ri riYYi act 1 r» nt t.Krt i great man. The ' thrall '' wore on his i neck a brass gorget, or collar, which I could not be taken off, save by the use ' of a file. The golden necklace of a i lady fair is the modern survival of the ; brass gorget of thralldom. and the modern necklace is often the token of a more galling serfdom thaa that of Gurth. On this brass gorget was en graven this, 'Gurth, the son of Beo wulph, is the born thrall of Cedric of Rotherwood.' That was the slavery system of a Saxon day, and it was a good one, a kindly one, a happy one The thralls of the Saxon squatters were sure of food and clothes and attention. They sat at the same board as their m...

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