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[?]omebush Fat Stock Sales The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1896. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Smtttfrttsft At JStoft %nlt% The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1896. S H E E P. 12,089 Sheep penned to-day. A large proportion of supply consisted of ewes, medium and inferior quality wethers. The Sydney MeatiComp.«,ny and buyers for export operating throughout, market consequently waB firmer for all descriptions, the few prime wethers forward were briskly competed for at much better prices, a few extra prime crossbreds selling to 14s. I Lambs only in moderate supply and chiefly of medium and inferior quality, a few i Belling to 6s lOd, others from 5s 9d. OnOTATTOTsTS ? Prime xbred wethers 12s to 12s 6d ? Good xbred wethers 10s 6d to 11s 6d Prime merino wethers 10s to U's 6d ? Good merino wethers 9s to 9s 6d i Medium merino wethers 7s 6d to Ss 6d Inferior merino wethers from 5a to 6s Prime merino ewes 8s to 8s 6d Good merino ewes 7s to 7s 6d Medium merino ewes 6s to 6s 6d Inferior merino ewes from 5s Agents' Reports: Following i...

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Dipping For Ticks. LATEST REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Dipping For Ticks. LATEST REPORTS. If any man can make up his mind about dipping; cattle for tick, he must have a peculiar kind of a mind. The telegrams that come to us ftom Queens land on the subject are unsettling, to say the least of it. It seems clear that cotton-seed oil is a failure. It also appears tnat ivpouo on— » ui»uk. mineral oil — is effective, but too strong. It stops the milk for a time in milch cows, and inflames the skin of horses. If it is effective in killing ticks, and it would seem that it is, then the remedy is a second dip, in soap-ammonia, or soda ash solution. But then there is the tobacco bath, proposed by a corres pondent in this issue, and there is also the other question, is dipping any use at all 1 Won't we have to come to in oculation in the end ?

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. There's a big shop in Pitt-street, Sydney, where they are booming Freetrade. They build suits of clothes for 45s that they used to charge 55s for when the duties were paid. They make 'em of serge, sergerette, tweeds, and suitings Quality undoubted. Fancy getting a suit made to measure from a large selection for 45s. They make a dress-suit for four guineas and upwards. It looks as if we were going to get our clothes cheap on account of the tariff, so if we can cover our anger with decent clothes we won't be so badly off If we have 45s left after paying our taxes we can look re spectable ; if not, we can look the other thing. Country residents wishing to share in the reduced prices can obtain full par ticulars, patterns, self-measure forms, and tape, by sending a postcard, addressed Hordern Brothers, Pitt-street (only), Sydney. To promote a feeling of interest in colonial industry a business suit is made to order, of N.S.W. tweeds, for the modest sum o...

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

.tiP^ yO^^ George 'Strict,. WumMri SYDNEY' ^V^iw^ if ? H 7 TH£ LARGEST IMPORTERS PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSIC In Australia. Sole Agents for the celebrated Pianos c f Steinwav and Sons, Rich. Lipp and Sohn, Erard and Co., Carl Ecke, Julius Feurich, Gers and Kallmann, Vebel and Lechlecter, The ' Victor,' The ' Belling,' etc. ; Estey Organs ; Boosey'a Band Instruments. Eas Terms, 1, 2. and 3 years. Catalogues Post Free.

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Anthrax or Cumberland THE REASON FOR THESE ARTICLES. WRITTEN FOR THE "SYDNEY STOCK AND STATION JOURNAL." VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Anthrax or Cumberland THE REASON FOR THESE ARTICLES. Written for the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' (By The Globe Trotter.) VIII. Every journalist gets taken in some time during his career. The world seems to lie in wait for the purveyor of news, ready to take advantage of his lamb - like guilelessness. Most scribes have met with vaunted 'cures' that failed to cure, and with certain preventives that failed to prevent. They grow sceptical ! In the case of anthrax all the evidence was in favor of the certainty of vaccine as a pre ventive, but, having been frequently ' had,'' I waited till I was certain. Mr. Edward Stanley, our Government veterinarian, reported very fully on anthrax in 1888, and this showed conclusively that Pasteur's vaccine was really effective, but the failures since that time made me shy of it. Now, however, my own friends have been inoculating, and the results are certain. I deserve a bonus from Messrs. McGrarvie Smith and Gut.n —which I probably won't get —...

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Annual Ram Sales. NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Annual Ram Sales, NOTICES. Messrs. Weaver and Ferry 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 name date, 16 pure merino rams and 3 ewes imported from Leutewitz, Saxony. They are pure Steiger merino sheep. Measra. Hill, Clark and Co (in conjunction with Messrs Powers, Rutherford and Co ) will hold their annual sale of stud sheep on Wednesday, 8th July, consisting of selections of merino and longwoolled tstud .sheep from some of the most noted breeders in Tasmania, Victoria, New 'Zealand, and New South Wales. Also 33 American merino rams. .'Messrs. Goldabrough, Mort, and rOf| will hold their 22nd annual stud sheep sales at their wool warehouses, Circular Quay, cm Monday, July 6th. The auctioneer will be Mr Geo. Maiden, sen. They will offer choice consigamentB of stud sheep, both merino and longwool studs, as well as iflock r...

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Forthcoming Sales, etc All paragraphs under this heading relate to advertisements which are running through our advertising columns.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Forthcoming Sales, etc AU;paragraphB 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 i 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. These 3-year-olds will arrive in the s.s. Solingen this month. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., have for8ale714 store bullocks, from Mount Enniskillen, Tarn bo ; 1000 store bul locks, from Tilborroo, Eulo (Q.) ; also for sale by auction, on July 19th, at Mus wellbrook. 455 bullocks and 297 cows, from Tyrconnell Downs, Mitchell. The station known as Coppjmurrumbil, situated in the Gwydir district, ia adver tised f...

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The Tick Plague in Queensland. INVESTIGATIONS BY THE NEW SOUTH WALES CHIEF INSPECTOR OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

The Tick Plague in Queensland. INVESTIGATIONS BY THE NEW SOUTH WALES CHIEF IN SPECTOR OF STOCK. We publish the telegram that come through from Queensland, to our contemporaries, and make no remarks. But we trust that our readers see the grim humor in the contradictions and contrary statements that come. Here is one dated Brisbane, Friday : — 'Mr. Bruce, Chief Inspector of Stock in New South Wales, who has rfinirnori f.r» TlrioV»n.nft afhp.r Havinor investigated the tick trouble in the North, was interviewed to day. He said he firsb visited Rockhampton, and then Longreach, but as the dip at the latter place was not completed he left for Ingham. Both Mr. Pound and himself were present while dipping was going on. The dipping seemed to proceed very well, but he thought several improvements might be made in the way cattle were put into the dip. On the day after his arrival he went to inspect the cattle which were dipped. A few head, which were con sidered to have been properly dipped, pr...

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Diseased Stock Condemned. RETURN FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Diseased Stock Con demned. . RETURN FOR MAY. The following return of diseased animals, meat, and dairy cattle con demned and destroyed during May, 1896, has been supplied by the Board of Health:— Abattoir, Glebe Island. — Bulls, slaughtered I ; bullocks, slaughtered 5207, condemned as diseased 71, per centage 1.36 ; calves, slaughtered 1029, condemned as bruised or unfit for food 164, percentage 15*92 ; cows, slaugh tered 901, condemned as diseased 37, percentage 4*10 ; pigs, slaughtered 5924, condemned as diseased 318, per centage 5*36 ; sheep, slaughtered 93,399, condemned as diseased 3, per centage *003. Totals, slaughtered 106,461, condemned as diseased 429, condemned as bruised or unfit for food 164. Memington Saleyards. — Cows, tuber culosis 3, cancer I, total 4 ; bullocks, tuberculosis 7, actinomycosis 2, total 9. Offered for sale 4542. Totals, tuberculosis 10, actinomycosis 2, cancer, total, 113; offered for sale 4542. Vn.r/1n n.nr1 ?marlrftta nt.hfir than Flemington. — 1 pi...

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

STATIOU STTPPIiUlS. PETER N. RUSSELL, Squatters' Agent and Commercial Broker. 08 I ITT STif SYDNtlp 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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The Tick Trouble. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

The Tick Trouble. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir,— I have followed many of the letters that have appeared in your valuable paper re the Queensland tick disease, and from what I can glean I find that dipping in oil only secures the cattle for, at the outside, five weeks. As an old and experienced hand auiuugou ouau l nuuiu ouggcou lunu, instead of this, what seems to be an expensive remedy, that a dip in strong tobacco and sulphur be tried, which I have found, from long experience, has proved the most effectual cure in scabs, and, I think, would be found more lasting and effectual. When for many years in Victoria I worked among the scab, and used many remedies, in the end I found tobacco and sulphur the only reliable remedy to be depended upon, and by this cured many thousands of sheep in a short time, and with little expense. I would, therefore, suggest that a strong solution of tobacco and sulphur be tried, and I feel confident would prove much more effectual than any o...

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

WHEN VISITING SYDNEY INSURE YOUltSELF AGAINST AOninrUTO Combined with TYPHOID, AbU I U til 10, DIPHTHERIA, &c, also your Liabiiitj* under the Employers' Liability Act, your House against BURGLARY, tour Servants against DEFAULTING. flPFAM AC(I1)KNT aml GUARANTEE UUL.Mll CORPORATION, Limited, 131 PITT - STREET, SYDNEY (Next Hardie and Gorman'?.) DR. ARTHUR J. COTTEE, DENTIS I1 (PENNSYLVANI \ COLLEGE DENTAL SURGliRY, PHILADELPHIA;. 287 ELIZABETH ST., SYDNEY. X7@£333 3C3SST '37JE3CDES KCO£SE»2:ia?SL.3LiS3 THE PUREST SCHNAPP8 IMPORTED. TUOKER & OO.f Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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

SKIKTS. FTTRS. SK3C2KTS To Bush Residents and Country Visitors. i An nnniTii o nn Are the on|y furriers and skin , AX Xml H N lill DRESSERSin New South Wales who UriUi U Illl I II IX UUi execute the whole of their work ~- ~~~aa' '?? ? under their own supervision. Four Dozen Opossum Skins tanned, dreBsed, made into a Large-sized Rug and lined with Beat Cloth (any color) for THIRTY SHILLINGS. JAS. SMITH & CO., Manufacturing Furriers, Establishment: GEORGE STREET (opp. Bridge St.), Sydney. ? Factory: COOK'S RIVER ROAD, St. Peters. Japanese Art Exhibition. T. oTSADA &~C0., 197 PITT STREET (near Strand Arcade). /COUNTRY VISITORS and RESIDENTS OF SYDNEY are invited to inspect at the \J above address. Our Very Large and Varied Assortment of HIGH-CLA.SS WARES and CURIOS of all descriptions embracing the USEFUL as 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 U...

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

EXPERTS ON CAKE AND PI* f \-$ v\ that both ?4&|||4 BETTER / &-L / ^'*-«» ?nd more \^^ ^J Digested when made ^_ ^^J with 8OLD IN Od. TINS by all First Class Grocers. Aunt 9 Aak for it, and do not be put off with a Substitute. Mary's Baking Powder

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

TICK. TICK. TICK. THE ONLY KNOWN EFFECTIVE CURE FOR THIS PLAGUE, APOLLO OIL. THE SYDNEY SOAP & CANDLE GO. LIMITED, 337 KENT STBEET. COOERWULL ACADEMY, Bowenfells, Blue Mountains. FOUNDED 1883. COMMITTKK OF MANAGEMENT (Appointed by the Council of St. Andrew's College) Rev. JAMES CAMERON, M.A., D.D., Richmond. Rev. A. C. GE1K1K, D.D., LL.D., ' Egmont,' Woollahra. J. L. BROWN, Esq., ' Methven,' Bowenfells. CHARLES SMITH, Esq , ' Goderich,' Sydney. J. T. WALKER, Esq., ' Kosemont,' Woollahra. Rkctok : C. A. FLINT, M.A (Syd.) (late University Scholar and Tutor of t-t, Andrew's) rpiIE SCHOOL BUILDINGS are within easy dis X tance of the ruilwuj station and provide accom modation for about 70 Boarders. The dry, bracing climutu of Bowenfells (3000 feet above si-a level) combined with the use of the School Swimming liuth and Gymnasium, favour h alth and phj'sical development. The Education provided is both high class and modern in character and fully up to Honor Matricula tion Standard...

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The Export Trade. WHAT THE BRITISHERS THINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

The Export Trade. WHAT THE BRITISHERS THINK. The London ' Morning Post ' says : — ' The Australasian producers and exporters do not appear to be reaping a very rich harvest by their enterprise in shipping foreign meat to this country. According to a correspon dent of a New Zealand paper the farmers there are complaining bitterly ui out? aujan ruturuo oui/aiiitiuife} lor catering for this trade. The best class of sheep fetch only from 7s to [ 7s 6d per head, and the graziers or ; breeders pay vithin Is of these quotations for the store animals. The breeders may possibly derive some small profit, but it is very improbable that the animals can be finished for ! market at Is each. Nor is it less i difficult to see where the shipping [, companies procure their profits. A |; comparison of the buying figures stated and the wholesale prices in 1 London, which average about 3d per j* lb., show the narrow difference of l^d ? per lb., and if the cost of freezing, i freight, insurance, wrappers...

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A New Stud Pony at Lue. THE INDIAN CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

A New Stud Pony at Lue. THE INDIAN CHAMPION. There has just arrived in this country the champion Polo pony of India. It belonged -to Captain De Lisle, who sold it for a fabulous price when leaving India on furlough. He could have obtained almost any figure lie asked for ' Snow,' as the pony is called, but he preferred to sell it for this ' Snow ' will find at Lue. This p my is 12 years old, and is I4'l;j hands high. It is white on a black skin, aud a perfect model of strength and beauty. It has stood the voyage splendidly, and will stand for a few mares this season at Lue— of which more anon. The Indian pipers are full of ' Snow's ' doings. L-ist year he played in the winning team of the Lucknow Polo Tournament, and was then sent to the Bombay Hor.se .Show, where he won four first prizes, one for pony jumping, one for pony hunters, one for ladies' hacks —a lady riding— and one for heavy-weight Polo ponies. Such a record for one show is some thing lo think about, and ' Snow ' was the...

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

NOTIOc. !.t- tr.' :-?! 1 1-,: ?'?:? ??.'! i; uwl liletmy oif in ?: is it- -ti--!, jt '?? .? : I..: ;i-liliessed to tiv KlSi'i'uK. ? .. .. i.:s. Mi',bciiplioi:--. iimi i\\\ 'u..-!iii - ? .?iiiiiiiu.p -itions shuul'l !;?-? ;nl-.U\-se.l lo I.- .\1.\XA ? i'M.

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Cure for the Rabbit Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

Cure for the Rabbit j Plague. 1 Mr. J. U. Boste, of New Orleans, U. S. A., has written a letter to the Minister for Mines and Agriculture iu. which he says that on reading of the ravages of the rabbits in Australia it hadoccured to him that it would be a good thing to import into Australia the gre-it horned owl (Bubo virgini anus), which might do something to mitigate the nuisance if introduced and reared in the various colonies of Australia. He says it is common in all the Southern States, and would, he thinks, thrive in Australia. For food it prefers rabbits when they are obtain able, and its destruction of them is marvellous. This letter was referred to the Minister for Lands and then to the Curator of the Australian Museum, Mr. R. Etheridge, who says that we have in Australia many diurnal birds of prey which are the natural enemies of the rabbit. Chief among them are the wedge-tailed eagle and the black- breasted kite. Both of these birds devour immense numbers of rabbits, as ex...

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"Arsenic." TO THIS EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 30 June 1896

** Arsenic.' TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I notioe in your issue of the 19th a reply to 'Arsenic,' by Mr. Argylo MoOallum, of Yass, for which I thank him very much, for the reason thai; if '? Arsenic'' has dune no more than to bring before the sheepowners the results and experience of a practical man Jikc Mr. JMcLallum it has accom plished an object that may benefit the sheopowners in country similar to what Mr. McCallum has to deal with. But I think, judging from the number of stock kept by him on a small area of land, his country must be much sounder than our New England coun try (to which I have confined my re marks whfn writing as 'Arsenic'). I can iissure Mr. McCallum that if we were to treat 3000 2-tooth sheep as he treated his lot we would have none at all alive — that is, putting them in a 6-acre paddock with plenty of fine salt and water for 21 days. He further states that he prefers rye to whe^t. I have never found any thing to stand a New England winter e...

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