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FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

FAT STOCK. Judges: Messrs. W. H. Austin, J. O'Brien and James Mnhoney. Pen o£ 3 fat bullocks, any breed, not more Mr. Philip Charley's FBEEDOM, Coaching Stallion, 4 years and over. First Prize and Champion. than (5 yearsold;' John Lee, 1st and champion; E. White, 2; T. Ellis, 3. Pen o£ 3 fttt cows, any breed, not more than (I years old: Peel lUver Land and Mineral Co., Ltd., 1st and champion. Heaviest bullock: .John Sec, champion prize. . Heaviest cow: Capol Bros., champion prize. CATTLE. ■Fat bullock, Durham, not more than li years old ; first prize £5; second prize £3 3s., presented by the Wolseley Sheep Shearing Machino Company: Executors of Bibbenluke Estate. 1; John Lee, 'i; Ed. White, 3; New Zealand aiid Australian'Land-Company, h.c. Fat cow, Durham, not more than (5 years old : Thomas Ellis. 1; Ed. White, 2. Fat bullock, Hereford, not more than (> years old: Ed. White, 1. Fat cow, Hereford, not moro than 0 years old: ('apel Bros., 1. Fat Bullock, Black Polled, not more tha...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Acetylene Gas. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Acetylene Gas. The Acetylene Gas Company of Austra'nsiit, Ltd., registered oflice 86 l'itt Street, Sydney, ure to be congratulated for again carrying off all honors at the Show. They secured no less than 2(1 first prizes and medals lor generators, burners, lamps, etc. The room in which the exhibits were dis p'ayed was tastefully decorated, and the light arranged so as to show the beautiful illum inant to the best advantage. Burners ranging in cand'e power from 10 to 200 were shown, the striking characteristics being softness, steadiness, and brilliancy. Quite a number of generators, both automatic and non automatic were shown, but the burners were supplied from a " Perfection" non-automatic, which has already established itse'f the favourite throughout the Australian States. The Company iii-c ill a position to quote much lower than anyone else for generators, though it must be remarked that it is the only company running a non-automatic generator. Automatics are much cheaper, but no...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

FAT SHEEP. Judges: Messrs. Geo. Oldham, J. Wife and J. S. Agnew. Best pen of five merino wetliers, 1st pii £5 5s., presented by the Fat Stuck Snlesmci Association (Sydney), second prize, £3: M'Uullum's, 1 ; no second prize awarded. Best pen of five crossbred (ewes and welliec not over G tooth ; first prize, 5 guineas, p: sented by the JSi.Z. Loan and Mercnut: Agency (Jo, Ltd.; second prize, £'i\ M'Vallum's pen of crossbred wethors, ] Jas. Bobinson, 2. Best pen of five crossbreds (ewes wethers), any ago; first prize 5 guineas, jc sented .by the Fat Stock Salesmen's Associ tiou (Sydney); second prize 3 guineas, p sented by Mr. Stanley Griffiths: J. M-Callui 1; The New Zealand and Australian Lm Company, 2. Best pen of sheep (ewes or wethers), suital for export: Jas. Bobinson, 1: J. M'Callum

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cold Storage Exportation. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Cold Storage Exportation. The Exhibition o£ agricultural appliances and machinery suitable for the pre servation of food products afforded evidence in a marked degree of the wonderful im provements effected in connection with this important branch of industry. One has only to look back a low years—in reality, prior to the advent of the " Her cules " proprietary some six years ago—in order to realise the marvellous changes effected within this period. Not only lias the entire system of artificial refrigeration boon remodelled, but the savings arising from the introduction of this system has resulted in a considerable reduction of the price of ice, as well as cold storage accommoJation. The Hercules Ice Machine, according to the testimony of expert judges, appears to have reached the highest point of efficiency whon judged from the standpoint of econo mical running. This fact has now become so generally rceognised that nearly all the principal meat works, breweries, ice factories, etc...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

PIGS. Judges: .Messrs. G. Valder, W. J. 'Gibbon •G. Barnes and Jus. Cosgrove. WHITE BBEEDS, INCLUDING Y011K bPIIBE, ETC. LARGE WHITE. S- Boar over 12 months; E. M. Brett's Yourj Winsor Boy, I. l;£Sow over 12 months: A. AV. Green's —: T; E. M. Betts' Sylvia, 2. i •Sow under 12 months : E. 51. Betts' Toilil J1-: 1. Pen of young pigs under 4 months: G. 1; Hepplewliite, 1; E. M. Botts, 2. ,1/J.Z MEDIUM WHITE. Boar over 12 months: G. It. Hepplewhitei Victor II., 1; A. W. Green's , 2 ; E. >! Betts' Tommy, h.c. j Sow over 12 months: E. M. I'etts' Anit Laurie 1 ; A. W. Green's , 2 ; G. L llepplewhite's Polly, h.c. Sow under 12 months: G. li. Herf white's , 1 ; E. M. Betts' Daisy II., 2. feaii 2370°, . SMALL WHITE. . Boar over 12months : 13. M. Betts' Snow II., 1; H. M. AVarburton's • olesliill Dukc/i ""'■Sow over 12 months: 33. 51. Betts' Queen; 1 ; H. M. Wnrburton's Coleshill Duchess, 2. Champion prize (Jio) for best white bos. exhibited : E. M. Betts' Young Winsor Boy. Champion prize (...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pearson Bros.' Carbolic Sand Soap. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Pearson Bros.' Carbolic Sand Soap. A view is given of the stand at the Show occupied by Messrs. P.earson Bros., of Henry Street, Leichhardt, Sydney, the manufac turers at the now famous Pearson's Carbolic Sand Soap. The top of the stand, it will be noticed, is an enlarged representation of Pearson & Carbolic Sand Soap Pavilion. nt the blocks of ,1)10 soap, which ni'o shown insido built up "in n pyramidieal form, en closed iu tho striking wrapper adopted by the manufacturers. Tho history of the firm is unique, in that tho business is a represen tation of what industry will perforin accom panied by meritorious persistency, it is not many years ago sinco tho first Carbolic Sand Soap was raado by tho Messrs. Pearson in 11 umivU town 80 miles distant from tho City of Aueklnnd, NZ., the works eventually being transfciied to that city. New Zealand was then supplied with the article, and it found so much favour that to-day it is in universal use there. Some 12 years ago the fivm com...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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BOARD FOR EXPORTS' PRIZES [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

BOARD FOR EXPORTS' PRIZES •Judges: Messrs. X. C. Worboys, W. J' Walker, Xlios. Bragg, Jas. Cocks. Wheat suitablo for Kxport: Xhos O'Hehur, 1 : Iteinhard Bros., 2. Barley (malting) suitable for Kxport: llcinlmrd ]3ros. ami \\\ G. Beinhard (equal) 1. Lucoruc Ilay suitable for Export: McGregor Bros., 1 ; S. Foot, 2. I'kl of Awards continued on I'tttjc

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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The Passing Scene. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

The Passing Scene. (By E. C. 15.) One of the most novel and interesting parades whs that of the (logs. Here were canines, of all descriptions and sizes, led round by owners equally diverse in appear nncc. The comic relief was supplied uy a little dumpy old lady—niny tlie heaven; forgive nie for saying so—attired in a volu minous costume, which every now and then became ballooned by the wind. She was lending with groat pride—pride delineated in her every gesture and movement—a pretty little' terrier. Now, some owners walked round in listtess fashion, as it quite uncon scious of the fact that a chain with a dog at the end was anywhere existent; and some dragged around an unwilling, shame-faced dog, who had to be scruffed along as if he regarded the parade an indignity; and then other dogs went around with their owners who came on behind walking on their heels with the brake oil. But the antique lady in the remarkable costume was very different. With her'right arm half-mast, as if she ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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901, A RECORD EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

901, A RECORD EXHIBITION. j Much has been done since the first ijiow held in in New South Wales was jpened by Sir Thomas Brisbane at parramatta in October, 1S22. Move ijas happened since 1870, when the Annual Show was transferred from parramatta to its present home. In those days little was exhibited beyond i few sheep, cattle, and horses (mostly imported), and a few cereals and pro ducts of the mining industry. To-day jjve exhibit all classes of country and iown products—wine, dogs, motorcars, Mrs. Elliott, on Mr. James Gilbert, Junr.'s, SKYLARK. PiiNt, fti«n in Water Jump, 20 ft. 8 in. Second in Hi^h Jump. H ft. 2 n. Second in Ladies' Ilitfli liinm Gft With Mrs. Elliott riding, Skyjark put up tiie record for the (..round over the Watei 1' Jump, :U ft. U in. (pianos, beers, birds, and innumerable other widely diverse accessories of Australian life. And what is more to the point, the bulk of these exhibits are home-bred. The educational value of these annual shows is enormous. | The...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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PONIES (Racing Ponies excepted in these Classes.) PONIES IN HARNESS—GELDING OR MARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

PONIES (Huritiz l'uities e-i-ivptril in thrsr Cluster.) 1'ONIKS IN MAIiNHSS—GI'jLDIXG OH I'nir of ponies in luirmws iiml driven, nol exceeding l:i Imiitls: Dr. I!. Meredith's l'ii])pcr and Suit, 1 j C. 11. Cnimmoncl's Punch and Judy, 2. PONIES IN SINGLK I-IABNESS, GELDING Oil MAKE. Pony in harness, not exceeding 14 hands : Mrs. John Mbloy's , 1; J. F. Cobcroft's Penny, 2. Pony in harness, not exceeding 13 .hands: Jfmnk D. Brown's Nip, 1; T. ,7, "Harris' Dick, 2. . Dr. John Hay's LUNTER, Holstein Cow, 3 years and over. First Prize and Champion. 1'onv in harness, not exceeding 12 hands li. S. Lamb's Prince, 1; F. II. Nunciirrow' Tommy, 2. I'ony in harness, not exceeding 11 hands Joseph Clayton, jnn.'s ——,1; Arthur Hor lon's-Fidget, 2. PONIES IN SADDLE—GELDING 01! MAliE. I'ony in saddle, not exceeding I t hands .1. ,T. Garvan's Adam, 1 ; Durcy Osborne' His Nibbs, 2. Mr. J. Lawson's BRILLIANT BOY, Clydesdale Stallion, 4 years and over. First Prize. Pony in saddle, not exceeding 12 hands...

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THE SHOW. The Scene. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

THE SHOW. (By C.T.) The Scene. A Chicago policeman, dialled by Ins superior ollicer for having arrested oy niistuke u negro resembling a coloured gentleman " wanted " for nn oflfcnco, replied, " All coons look alike to me." A Sydney sightseer, sur feited with the plethora of admirable shows displayed for his ecuticfttion ot late, could hardly have remarked, "All shows look alike to roe," after even the briefest survey of the Royal Agricultural Society's Show ofJLOOl. : Of course the crowd in the Centennial Park on the occasion of th< inauguration of the Commonwealth was larger, and, by reason of the presence of th< military, more brilliant and varied in colo: than the Agricultural Society's gathering o this year ; but, owing to the compact arrange nient of the eager spectators round the centra ampitheatre, the attendance 011 flood Friday and again on Easter Monday impressed the beholder as something phenomenal. A Mel bourne Cup meeting would lose by compari son...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

THE FEDERAL PRESS Literary and Advertising Agents, 94 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. 1'. BI.UKTT, lliiiK^or

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Roundabout Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Roundabout Notes. [Bv "Num.ica."] "And what is it," said my friend to me, " that interests yeu most at this groat Show ? Is it the horses, tho cattlo, the agricultural products, or tho machi nery?" "That's it." I replied. "What? .... machinery?" "Yes and the groat Human Machine in particular ! " Al though one sees faces of every descrip tion in this motley crowd, tho taunod and weathor-beaten agricultural face and figure is in the majority. Watch tho thin, sinewy man now coming towards us. Seo his bowed legs and his spare frame distorted by tho hard, slow labors of the country. Note his gorgeous belt, of tho pattern of a barber's polo, and his painfully now clothes, with pants too long, in rolls round his boots. And his good lady, with fat, rod face, perspiring along—for she makes up for his light weight. Will slio burst at tho scams that glaring new costumo, all girt with ribbons and lace ? Lot us hope that tho linings will boar tho strain, for this is their proudest day. Their bul...

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The "Smoko" Sheep Shearing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

The " Smoko " Sheep Shearin Machine. Not many yeurs back the idea of shimiinj slieep by machinery was laughed at us j fanciful impossibility, but in this mnrvellouj age of progress there seems to be almost J limit to the inventive genius of mail, and no, we have more than half the entire sheep c this State stripped of their lleeces by the in geninus shearing maeh'iie. TheNewall Engineering Company, Lid,, ii putting their "Smoko" jnachine before tin great crowds tlmt assembled round tliei: stand, seemingly wero not afraid of givin; practical tests at all times during the show for sheep after sheep was stripped of its woo in the full view of numbers uf long-heatk sheep owners and other men of experience and the verdict on all sides was that it was a marvel. The sheep weie shorn as evenly unj cleanly as it was possible to imagine, nud that too, with the greatest of ease and quick, ness. We understand from Mr. Guthrie that because of these facts squatters in various parts are taking out...

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CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

ICAHDEN. Though not showing quite so varied a number o£, exhibits as the oilier districts, .yet Hint of Camden was conspicuous by the fact of possessing many very hand some specimens representative of the toil and climate of that large district. The dairy was particularly well repre sented, a special certificate having been awarded to it for general excellence. As icgards cereals, it is stated that rye usually gives about 70 bushels to the acre on un man ured ground, as against 80 bushels on manured. Some of the pumpkins turned the scale at 1201bs Oats give about 25cwt r f straw to the acre on unmauured ground. The fresh fruits were particularly fine, a special certificate of merit being awarded to them. The wines were another good fea ture, the specimens shown coming from the vineyard of Mrs Onslow, one sample of muscat being claimed as 36' years in bottle. A certificate was awarded for the cordials. The best feature in the show was the splen did assortment of jams, jellies, preser...

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The New Home Sewing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

The New Home Sewing Machine. The sewing machine exhibits arc always of interest to lady visitors, and 110 machine seems to securo so much attention as the New Home. They are .machines of finest American manufacture, and have received diplomas or rnsdals whenever exhibited in competition. •' New Homes" are fitted with ball bearings to increase their light rnnning qualities, and prettily ornamented wood work to enhance their already artistic design and appearance. There are several styles of these Machines, the No. 14 being the most popular, while the No. 19 meets the taste of those who prefer an article which, when not in use, loses somewhat the conventional ap pearance o£ a sewing machine, and can be used for decorative or other purposes. " New Home" Machines claim to embody every mechanical device necessary to produce per feet work. Self-setting needle, a cylinder shuttle, a tension practically automatic, which rarely needs changing ; a loose balance wheel, which alio a s the bobbi...

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Horton & Co., Seed Merchants. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Horton & Co., Seed Merchants. No visitors—sunl (hoy wviv in thous;m<l* - ivt the Jioyal A^rifultuni! Show hiik'tl to notice the bold design on the gross plot on the hill rise - Horton's .Reliable Seeds. It was out out of turf, ouch letter being some six feet in length, and about two feet broad, lined in with bright clean sliehs. On the opposite side was the space occupied by the (inn to give ellect to the mnny varied and vn'nab'o seeds which are stocked by thorn In a pretty Kiosk, with' octagonal roof, each octagon bearing Horton's Keiiab'e Seeds in tastefully designed ictters in striking colours, was a grand collection of seeds and cereal products, all grown from the Horton Seeds. The front was -in-the form of a landscape gardener's design, representing a neat lawn, with well out grass,tfspiices'beiiig devoted .to growing ornamental; fern and shrubs, with here and there small groups of gardening tools. The whole exhibit reflected the greatest credit 011 the firm,...

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Hay, Chaff, and Ensilage. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Hay, Chaff, and Ensilage. Hays-Lucerne,' Hungarian millet, liar'.ey (skinless), oaten, purple straw, wneaten, Allora spring Chaffs —Lucerne, oaten, whcaten, Uun garian millet, Johnson grass, paspalum dilntatum grass, rye, barley, trosinte, coa pin grass, rye and lucerne, wheaten and lucerne, oaten antf.-lucerne

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An Extensive Wine and Spirit Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

An Extensive Wine and Spirit Business. The finest display in tlio wino section, in fact one of the most striking exhibits in the great main pavilion was that of .Messrs Sandeman, Wine and Spirit Meiehantsof 'J I L Pitt st, Sydney. This exhibit occupied a most conspicuous corner position near the main entrance, and the great coneimrse of people streaming through the pavilion could not but help viewing with admiration the tastefully arranged exhibits of this lirm. The choice of position was good, the passage ways on the two sides giving ample room for visitors to inspect the inside as well as the outside aspect of the innumerable bottles displayed. Connoisseurs were there in dozens sampling the choicest of the vintages, and if but one order comes from every dozen of the apprecia tive samplers the lirm should treble its busi ness in no timo. All these wines come from J. Gommcscn & Coy.'a " Perfect" Cream Separator. the linn's extensive cellars ut 'ill Pitt st. The.se cellars ar...

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Cereals (Threshed) [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 23 April 1901

Cereals (Threshed; Wheats—Allow spring, curly bimrli Barleys—Cape, skinless, English, Wiil Imlla, JDookie's limiting Oats—Algerian, while turtarian, black titi'lurian, potato Rye- Thousandfold uimuon All other Grains arid Seeds Maize ithreshed).—Large red core, large Hawkesbury, curliest, small white core, giunt white, pop, Hogan, Anderson's table queen, large yellow, red llogan, golden king, ninely day, small red core, mammoth, and "2l> varieties in cob Millets, etc. (in head)—Sorghum, imphee, broom millet, Kullir com. red Kaf lir corn, pearl millet dwarf, pearl rai:lel, early amber enne, Hungarian millet, while French millet, Japanese millet, Bulgarian millet, guinea corn, canary seed, prairie grass, sunflowers (2 varieties). Indian sorg hum Muugin, Indian soiglium Utawati, Indian sorghum Javan Jold fYJillcts, etc. (in grain)—Sorghum, hupliee, brown millet, red Kallir corn, lvaf lir corn, amber caue Beans—Canadian wonder, pale dun, Burpee's new green pod,'"'broad Windsor, Burpe...

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