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Re Predicting Droughts. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Re Predicting Droughts. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I see a letter in your issue of Tuesday, June 16th, in which J.R.H. objects to the researches of Mr. Russell with rospect to fixing dates of droughts for certain. Now I beg to differ with him entirely, and state - that a great amount of good would * follow did we know for certain that any particular year would be good or bad, as the case may be. I read Mr. Russell's views in the ' Sydney Mail ' of June 13th very carefully, and must congratulate him on the clear manner in which he put them, and beg to state that the difficulty could be met very considerably in the case of a drought coming by only putting a limited number of ewes to the rams, and by boiling down surplus stock, in preference to letting them die of star vation when the drought would come. Ib would also enable large areas to be * cultivated for fodder, to provide ; against the drought that we knew was \ coming. Again, J. R. H. speaks of the droughts be...

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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The Coming Stud Sheep Sales. NEXT WEEK'S PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

The Coming Stud Sheep Sales. NEXT WEEK'S PROSPECTS. Next Monday, July 6th, at 10 a.m. prompt, Messrs. Weaver and Perry will commence the week's carnival in the stores of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited, Bridge-street, Sydney. They will offer, as usual, a laree number of first class merino rams and ewes from the stud flocks of the best breeders in Australia Ihe opening day will be watched with keen interest by many breeders who are remote from Sydney. Last year was such a dis astrous one that the pessimists expect another this year, bub that is the very fear that will make this year's sales a success. There are fewer sheep forward, the drought is over and past. and the voice of prosperity is heard in the land. The boom may not have started yet, but it's coming all right, and next week's sales will prove it. The sheep that are in for sale are good sheep from well-known breeders, and the shoddy speculator is absent, hence the good prospect. The merino sheep will...

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"Good Morning." TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

' Good Morning.' TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — ' Rouseabout's ' letter ap pears to have had so much effect as to call forth a reply, and which is well merited. So singular are his views and so absurd is his argument against congratulating each other by shaking hands or bidding each other the time of day (as a part of human nature), that I deem it my duty to retaliate. He goes on to say that he would think none the worse of a person who passes by and refuses to say good morning, I wonder if ' Rouse about ' met an old friend that he had not seen for many years, what will he say to him when he meets him 1 will he start talking to him as if he is an every-day friend 1 or how will he congratulate him on their meeting 1 He also goes on to say that some times there is a lot of cant, humbug and hypocrisy connected with shaking hands. Perhaps there is in many in stances, but, nevertheless, h is not right that he should condemn every body who shakes hands, simply be cause one ...

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Orpingtons. A STUDY IN ARTIFICIAL SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Orpingtons. A STUDY IN ARTIFICIAL SELECTION. A friend of mine keeps Orpiugtons, and they make the best dinner of any fowl I ever came across. They lay well, breed well, look handsome, and eat tender. There's a breeder of fowls advertises with us named E. Butcher, whohas some beautiful Orpingtons. He recently imported two beauties from the original breeders, and I wanted some facts from him about the wty they were bred. I intended to write an article on the subject, because evolution and special selection are subjects that interest me. I asked Mr. Butcher to give me some facts for my article, but I'm disgustingly busy just now, and his remarks are ; sufficiently interesting to be worthy of * insertion ' on their own,' so here they are : — ' The Orpington, is about the only* breed that can claim to have origi nated in England, and was bred by W. Cook, and named after a little Kentish town, then the residence of the breeder, but who is now located at Orpington Lodge, St. Mary's Cray, K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

THE MISFIT PARLOR (REGISTERED). The Most Wonderful Organization in Australia. To form an idea of some of the MARVELLOUS BARGAINS to be obtained please read the following : — £2 BALE. MY WONDERFUL. £2 BALE. Comprising one COMPLETE SUIT OF CLOTHES, out of the Beat Material, any size f\(\ 2 Outcrshirt8 (White or Colored) 6 Handkerchiefs, 1 Sot Studs OC% \?*/ 2 Undershirts (Flannel or otherwise) 1 Hat (either Soft or Hard Kelt JL y JU^J 6 Pairs Men's Socks, 2 Neckties 1 Pair Braces or Belt dUZJ 2 Collars 1 Pair Boots or Shoos A Gentleman's RIG-OUT from Hoad to Foot, for £2 (two pounds). Ml' WONDERFUL £1 BALKS. No. 1.— MY DRESS BALE contains 3 Dresses and Linings as follows :— 2 Dress Lengths of New Fancy Tweed, Cashmere, or All-wool Serge, 6 yards Melton Cloth or 12 yards Print, 8 yards Silesia, 2£ yards Body Lining, and 6 yards White Calico. ' 20s the Lot. No 2.— MY WONDERFUL HOUSEHOLD PARCEL, containing .r-i yards White Twill Sheeting, 80in. wide; dozen yards good Household Calico, 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

BAKER'S LOOK BACK JACK KNIFE, for Lamb Tailing, Skinuing, etc. 3s. Gd. each, post free. | 'VKT-irjaXTO. 3S.^.^s:3E3S^!, Ctttler, 3 II-CTKT'arasjEe, Street JSyidrte^ . I the Rn^^ Rnnf THIS is a Gentleman's Boot made of the slrinHof the PORPOISE, commonly known as PORPOISE HIDE. The good qualities ot this class of Leather are well known, though when people o'et imitations in place of the real thing they can't believe 'it. PORPOISE HIDE, the £-roduce 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 going to CENTRAL AFRICA, where the temperature is that of a place we dare not mention, and asked us to recommend the proper 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 c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

BERGL&BRHBB1N Hava pleasure In announcing to the PautoraliatB of New South Walea and Queensland that they are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account slthw at BOWEN or GLADSTONE (Q.), or »t- SYDNEY, and they have no heaitaftW* In laying that they are able to TREAT STOCK ON THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. REGULAR MONTHLY SHIPMENTS DIRECT. For Particular! apply to — BER6L and BRABBIN, 01TY BPf£K 8^tbe^dney. Meat Worka, BOWEN (Q.). Meat Works, GLADSTcTNE (Q.).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

REFINED English Widow desires care of children, comforiiible home, terms moderate, nr. seaside, suburb. Apply, Miss GAIUHNEU, 110 Bathurst-st. YOUTH (18) requires, position on Farm, Station, or in Country Store ; can drive, ride, milk, &c; references. S. KIUCiW'AY, I'icton, New South Wales, E. L. CULLEY and Co, AUCTIONEERS, STOCK and STATION AGENTS NARRANDERA and URANA. Lists of all Riverina Stud and Flock Sheep on application. Money to Lend AU™nt44 On La-go Blocks of Station Freeholds. Un other Pastoral and Agricultural Properties, at Lowest Current Rates. H. E. RUSSELL NOKWICH CHAMBERS, HUNTER ST., SYDNEY.

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Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Items of Interest. The 'New York Produce Exchange' returns for 1895 give some i ea of the gigantic pruportiuna which speculation in wheat now assumes. The aggre gate transactions Tor the year in United States wheat were 1,665,000,000 bushels, or more tnau three times the whole crop of the United States for that year. Adding to this the transactions of Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Minneapolis, Duluth &nd St. Louis, it is estimated tlutt the tsotal trading in wheat was in 1895 ©qual to nine times the actual wheat yield in the country. In a Scotch stock paper, a noted Scotch breeder gives advice to breeders in a simple, compact and easily remem bered form as follows : — ' A really good bull will make a herd even from moderate cows, whilst an inferior bull will ruin a herd regardless of the high qualities the cows may contain. That's to the point, isn't it? ' He was not an old horse either, and yet for the life of me I could not find a place where I could drive a nail that would ho...

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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 — 3 July 1896

A Stock Agent's License. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — In your issue of the 23rd inst. I was glad to see ' Agent ' giving this matter some ventilation. I agree with every word he says. If there is a law that requires amending more than another it's this. All stock and station agents should be made pay a big price \ for a license to sell stock either pri vatelv or bv auctions. When I sav a i big price I mean £10 or £15 per *' annum. I am not going to write at ' ' \ length about it because ' Agent ' in j his letter has put the whole thing : clearly and truly, but I will say that if either of the said amounts had to be i paid yearly, not so many men of straw ; j would bo stvliru? themsfllvfis as stonk ; and station agents in country towns, ::, but sounder ones would be going, and ; clients thus have more security. Now /' that correspondence has been opened on the subject I hope it will be kept ; up until some of our legislators take the matter into Parliament and deal wi...

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Annual Ram Sales. NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Annual Ram Sales, NOTICES. Messrs. Weaver and Perry will hold their 9th annual Bale 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 same date, 16 pure merino rams and 3 ^\es imported from Leutewitz, Saxony, i hey are pure Steiger merino sheep. Messrs. Hill. Clark and Co (in conjunction gjwith Messrs Powers, Rutherford and Co.) will hold their annual sale of stud sheep on Wednesday, 8th July, consisting of selections of merino and longwoolled stud sheep from some of the most noted breeders in Tasmania, Victoria, New Zealand, and New South Wales. Also 33 American merino rams. '-!?a Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co., will hold their 22nd annual stud sheep sales at their wool warehouses, Circular Quay, on Monday, July 6th. The auctioneer will be Mr. Geo. Maiden, sen. They will offer choice consignments of stud sheep, both merino and longwool studs, as well as flo...

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Agricultural and Pastoral Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Agricultural and Pas- -1 toral Shows. ,The Editor will feel obliged if secretaries -' Agricultural and other shows will for v.-trd datep and full particulars of their ixtures, together with advertisements giv tng fuller information concerning the same. As 'The Sydney Stock and Station Journal' circulates largely in this and the other colonies, it forms an excellent medium for the publication of all advertising matter having reference to Agricultural and Pas boral ShowB.] [Contributions are invited on subjeoti ? f interest to pastoralists and others.] OATES FOR FORTHCOMING EVENTS. 1896 Riverina P. and A. Society (Jerilderie) ... July 28, 29 Lachlan P. and A. Assoc iation ... ? July 30 Narrandera P. and A. Association ? Augnst 5, 6 Forbes P. A. and H. Association ? Augusts, 7 Moasgiel Distiict P. As sociation ? August 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. and A. As...

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London Meat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

? | t London Meat Market. a e i 8 J. H. Geddes, Birt and Co., Ltd., ^ n port : — i# We are in receipt of the follow- , ing cablegram from onr London house bear- * ing upon the sales of Australian frozen / U meat :— Hinds, 2gd ; fores, ]$d ; mutton, -? s 2 * A ' ''?- ? * li ; July 1st, 1896. n

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Recommend \aifc« __- __ OBTAINABLE BVERYWHERE. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. [ TUOKEB & CO., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Advertise in the ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal.' DR. ARTHUR J. COTTEE, DENTIST (PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY, PHILADELPHIA), 2S7 ELIZABETH ST., SYDNEY. TICK. TICK. TICK. THE ONLY KNOWN EFFECTIVE CUKE FOR THIS PLAGUE, APOLLO OIL. THE SYDNEY SOAP & CANDLE GO. LIMITED, 337 KENT STEEET. S. N^CO. FORTNIGHTLY DEPARTURES t'KOM SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE, tfuK LONDON, Calliug at Colombo, Port Said, Brindisi Venice, Malta, and Gibraltar. Taking Passengers also for India, China, and Japan. LOW KATi-:.S of PAS^AG K MONEY, both in SingU1 ium Ruluin .Fares, will) Sj-eciul Terms !«.?! K.uniliv.^. bur lull put ii'.'iikirs i4»p»- al the Com pany's Officer, .Exchange Corner, ^Pitt and iiridge Streets G D. MiCHIE, Agent.

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Our Exchanges. "THE AUSTRALIAN PHOTO-GRAPHIC JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Our Exchanges. '?THE AUSTRALIAN PHOTO GRAPH 10 JOURNAL.' The Juno number of this excellent monthly is distinctly ahead o? ail that has been done in the past. It con tains some beautiful illustrations that show how Australia is well to the front in the shadowing art. There's a picture of a human foot in « lace-up boot. You can see the bones in the heel and the ankle, as well aa the wires in the heel of the boot. It's horribly suggestive ! If )ou can use the ' Rontgeu Rays ' to photograph the bones in a fellow's foot, what's the use of a suic of clothes'? It's horrible to think about ! The journal is offer ing £50 in prizes to amateurs and professional photographers (seperate) so it's evidently booming.

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Mr. Bruce's Visit to Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Mr. Bruce's Visit to Queensland. Mr. Bruce, Chief Inspector of Stock in New South Wales, in giving his views upon the tick trouble iu Queens land, said his visit to the North had been undertaken with three objects : — First, to ascertain the effect of the disease on cattle and to get some idea as to the losses caused by the disease ; second, to find out whether such pre cautions were being taken as to render the cattle of his colony safe ; and, third, to ascertain the effect of the dipping operations. He had come to Mr. Gordon's offinp. first for informa tion, and the Minister had kindly arranged for Mr. Pound to take him round the most southerly portions of the infected country. After staying a short time at Rockhampton, they proceeded to Longreach to watch the dipping operations there. They found that the dip was not ready and that the nearest cattle to the dip known to be infested were nearly fifty miles away and, after consideration, they concluded that it would not be wise to a...

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Forthcoming Sales, etc. All paragraphs under this heading relate to advertisements which arc running through our advertising columns.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

Forthcoming Sales, etc. All paragraphs 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 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 rdate of sale will be shortly advertised, alessrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., of Sydney, advertise in another column the sale of four stallions of the famous Olden burgh coaching breed h'so 3-year-olds will arrive in the s.s. iSoIingen this month. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery. Ltd. . have for sale 714 store bullocks, from Mount Enniskillen, Tambo ; 1000 store bul locks, from Tilborroo, Eulo (Q ) ; also for sale by auction, on July 17th, at Mus wellbrook, 455 bullocks and 297 cows, from Tyrconnell Downs, Mitchell ; and by auction, at Forbes, on July 21st, 1000 Btore bullocks, direct from breeders. The sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 July 1896

VISITORS TO SYDNEY ^oS^V0 3MEX£. J5L.. J. TTSKiDR (late of FORBES HOTEL) Has purchased THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL, KING STREET, SYDNEY. THE HOTEL is being beautifully decorated, and every up-to-date comfort and con venience studied, with a view to recover for the house its former prestige. TMb Hotel has always been celebrated throughout the country as 'THE Hotel,' and Mr. Usher desires it to be known that he intends to excel all previous records to please his Patrons and recover the old Country Connection. PAGE IN CONSTANT ATTENDANCE. NIGHT AND DAY PORTER KEPT. TZETtOVIUS MODERATE. Telegrams and Letters receive immediate attention. Private Entrance in Castlereagh-st. Made to Measure, our AUSTRAL SAC SUIT for 45s. From KAIAPOI and OAM ARU TWEEDS, GEELONG and N.S.W. TWEEDS, SERGERETTES, INDIGO DYE SERGES, WORSTED JORKSCREWS, Shrunk, Fast Colohrs, Well Trimmed and Good Workmanship. Price List, Patterns, Measure Form and Tape, POST FREE. COUNTRY ORDERS, CARRIAGE PAID. Hundreds Pleased and h...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. mrrclraslt Jfat The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JULY 6. 1896. SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 7 July 1896

i Ifaetait Jai Si0$ .Stales, The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY JULY 6, 1896 S EL E E ...fP- 10,632 sheep penned, the quality generally being medium. There was' a fair attendance of buyers, and prices throughout showed no material alteration on last Thursday's values, any good lots of wethers meeting with brisk compe tition for exporting purposes, while the Sydney Meat Preserving Co. were ready buyers for suitable lots. 52 lb. wethers, with good skins, worth 9s 6d to Lambs were fairly represented, but showed a slight decline on late values. QUOTATIONS:— Extra prime xbred wethers, few to 14s Good xbred wethers 10s 6d to 11s 6d Extra prime merino wethers, few to 12s 5d Prime merino wethers 10s lOd to 11s 4d Good merino wethers 9s to 9s 6d Inferior to medium wethers 7s to 8s Prime xbred ewes to 8s 9d Prime merino ewes 8s to 8s 5d Good merino ewes 7s to 7s 6d Fair to medium ewes 6s to 6s 6d Best lambs to 9s 3d Fair to good lambs 6s 6cl to 7s 6...

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