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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 July 1896

5!p Boss Boot, I ^HIS is a Gentleman's Boot made of the skin' of the 1 POKPOISE, commonly known as PORPOISE HIDE. The good qualities ot this class of Leather are well known, though when people 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 going to CENTRAL AFRICA, where the temperature is that of a place we dare not mention, and asked us to recomm.end 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 cannot beat the BOSS BOOT, the price of which is THIRTEEN AND SIX. Antony Hordern and Sons, UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS HAYMARKET (only), SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 10 July 1896

Country and Intercolonial Yass STUBBS and CO. Report— Having sold since 1st January up to 30th June, 1896, the following lines of stock, direct and in conjunction with other agents. On account of (\ Jones, Yuss, 6943 wethers ; D. F. Gibb, Berthong, 44-i3 wethers and ewes; Jones Bros., Taemas. 1426 ewes; Parsons and Dill, Chidowla. 4500 wethers ; D. Stewart, Kangiira, 2941 wethers ; D. F. Gibb. Berth ng, 2670 wethers ; Magennis and Julian Bros., Bog ilong. 3259 ewes; C. Jones, Yass, 1100 wethers; D. Stewart, Kangiara, 2487 mixed sheep ; Currangoram bla Station, 5710 wethers ; Jones Bros., Coodra Vale, 1808 wethers ; J. A. Love, Bon View, 1000 ewes ; W. Smith, Rye Park, 417 wethers ; Bywong Station, Gun daroo, 1457 ewes ; H. J. Grimes, Lucerne Vale, 836 e\\ es ; W. J. iMartin, Tangman garoo, 920 wethers ; C. L. Badgery, Hume wood, 1015 ewes ; A. McCallum, Good Hope, 908 mixed sheep ; Williams and Davis, Limestone, 435 mixed sheep ; A. B. Briggs, Springmount, 618 mixed sheep ; H. Walla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

SIESZIIKTS.. FTTXfcS. SKXNS. To Bush Residents and Country Visitors. IAO OJlfliTM 0 nn Arc thc on|y FURRIERS and SKIN AX XVI H Xi l.ll DRESSERS in New South Wales who UnUi UIVll I II IX UUa execute the whole of their work : ..CTWgl,OTaimil.li.i,IM,row. under their own supervision. Four Dozen Opossum Skins tanned, dressed, made into a Large-sized Rug and lined with Best Cloth (any color) for THIRTY SHILLINGS. JAS. SMITH & CO., Manufacturing Furriers, Establishment: GEORGE STEEET (opp. Bridge St.), Sydney. F^~iory: COOK'S RIVER ROAD. St. Peters. Japanese Art Exhibition. 1 ? Ui uAUA ot bUi| 1 9 7 PITT STREET (near Strand Arcade). /'COUNTRY VISITORS =md RESIDENTS OF SYDN'EY are invited to inspect at the \J above address. Our Very Lar^e and V.wi-. d .issorfcmen; of HIGH-CLASS. WARES and CURIOS of all 'd,-s .r pi ions embracing the USEFUL aa well as the ORNAMENTAL. As we Import Direct frnm JAPAN by Every Ma.il Steamer arriving from there, we are enabled to offer all our HIGH-CLASS...

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Important Deputation. NARRABRI TO WALGETT RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Important Deputation. NARRABRI TO WALGETT RAILWAY. Last Thursday a large deputation waited on the Minister for Public Works, in regard to the above. The deputation consisted of Messrs. J. Russell, T. Knight, W. Bennett, J. K. - Mackay, L. Brennan, W. Holcombe, W. F. Buchanan, R. McMillan, and T. H. H. Goodwin, and was accompanied by Messrs. Collins, W. H. B. Pidding ton, Waddell, T. Fitzpatrick, Carroll, and Gillies, Ms.P. Mr. Collins intro duced the deputation, and made a re markably clear and forceful statement of the case. Newcastle is the natural port of Walgett, and Narrabri rather than Dubbo was the true route. Mr. Collins showed himself at his best in his introduction. Several delegates spoke, and if the minister was not con vinced, he ought to have been. Mr. W. F. Buchanan, Killarney, was one who pointed out the whole affair to the minister on a map. He said that New castle is entitled to the railway, as all the Walgett and Paroo wool goes there now, naturally the proposed l...

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The Great Ram. "PRESIDENT'S" PEDIGREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

The Great Ram. ' PRESIDENT'S ' PEDIGREE. The record was broken last week in Sydney with 1600 guineas for a ram. It made quite a stir in the city, and no wonder. The following account of the sheep is taken from the wool report of the ' 9. M. Herald.' That is one of the best written and most reliable reports published in this country, and this account or ' Presi dent ' is excellently done : — ' A direct lineal descendant of the great old Sir Thomas, President, al though nob quite perfect from a con noisseur's point of view, is as near per fection as has yet been reached, and, moreover, has stamped his good qualities on his progeny, a qualifica tion not always granted to sires of any race, brute or otherwise. The first offspring of a young mother, President was lambed in October, not by any means the best time of year in Tas mania, and this circumstance told somewhat against his development, the fact of his early use as a sire contri buting to the delay of the remarkable qualities, whi...

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THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

THE FINANCIAL ! STATEMENT. The financial statement of the Trea urer has been made, and it has given the country a kind of a cheerful stir. Not so much, perhaps, on account of the figures given to us, but because of the significance of many of the state ments made. The receipts from the Mines Department have gone up ; the tramways and the Post Office have ' done a larger business, and, had it nob been for the drought, the rail ways would have done the same. If the men on the land do badly, the railways suffer, and so do nearly all the businesses in the country ; but in spite of the drought there is an all round tone of improvement. The I prices realized at the ram sales show ? that the stockowners of the land feel the coming boom. We are going to have a time of real prosperity in spite of all croakers. The season is on the side of the Government. It doesn't) matter what kind of Government is i in power when we have a good wool j crop and there are good prices ruling. | The Government...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 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 PLBMINGTON SALE YARDS. Gcod and Extensive Paddocks close by. All Quaker Hill Estate ami other Fine Paddocks on the road at Bkcktown. All FAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night, by carefnl 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. STORB STOCK DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Reliable Information Given. ?IWSb 'gUirrtnart? g\xv$*cm. ^KJJP^Sr ?? -Eli'ib'tk Strut, Sydney. Telephone 2139. THE SYDNEY Stock & Station Journal CONTAINS THE OFFICIAL REPORTS FROM THE FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY. TUESDAY, JULY H, 1896. AFTER ALL _^-^T Jl^^iS THE BEST.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

To Non-Subscribers. Those who have not yet forwarded their subscription to this 'Journal' are invited to do so. The amount ia 7s 6d for twelve months, postage 4s 4d extra beyond the colony. The year commences from date of payment. Send penny or half-penny stamps, P.O.O., or Postal Note, the latter made payable to Wm. Brooks and Co., at the Exchange P.O., Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

(MALTA VINEYARDS i ,t,sTS. ESTABLISHED 1864.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

At the Spittelmarkt in Berlin there is a coffee tavern where waiters and tips are conspicuous by their absence. All along the walls of the establish ment automatic machines are placed, each with a label revealing its con tents — beer, boffee, tea, etc. You take a glass, hold it up to the machine, insert a penny in the slot, and you are served instanter. In Tartary onions, leeks and garlic are regarded as perfume. A Tartar lady will make herself agreeable by rubbing pieces of freshly-cut onion on her hands and over her countenance. So successful has the telephone service been between London and Paris, that a second cable is to be laid across the channel, when direct com munication will be established be tween Paris and Liverpool and Manchester as well. ' Moral courage,' says the teacher, is the courage that makes a boy do what he thinks is right, regardless of the jeers of his companions.' ' Then,' said Willie, ' if a feller has candy and eats it all hisself, and ain't afraid of the ...

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY, NOON, 9th July, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday, Noon, 9th July, 1 896. Locally very little business has been done in the wool market, the sales having contained pretty well all brands that were available. A good demand rules, however, and we under stand some town-scoured parcels have changed hands at full rates. No sales will be held in Sydney until the 29th and 30th instants. Concerning last Fri day's to which we made bu scanty re ference last week, the market taken all round did not show any alteration on rates ruling at the proceeding sales of 4th June except in the case of good scoureds which were firmer, a slightly higher range of values for qualities of this description being established. The offering amounted to 1741 bales, of which 1307 bales were dis posed of, particulars of each brokers' aales being detailed in the following : — Offerings. Sales. Broken. Bales. Bales. Winohcombe, Carson and Co. ... 347 ... 248 John Bridge and Co ? 279 ... 191 Dalgety and Co.. Ltd ? 81 ... 44 Hill, Clark and Co...

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Losses by Tick Fever. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Losses by Tick Fever. The following letter to the editor of the ' Queenslander ' requires no comment : — [copy.] to the editor. Sir, — In your issue of the 20th inst. I see you state that the losses from the tick fever is only from 35 to 38 per cent. I beg to give this my unqualified denial in my own case. I had a dairy herd of over 500 cattle, principally cows Now I cannot muster more than 10 head of cowb and 25 steers and heifers, and there are several of my neighbours in the same plight as myself. Trusting you will publish this, as they are facts. Yours, etc., W. Scugall. Ellerslie, Cardwell, June 25th, 1896.

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Country and Intercolonial. Scone [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Country and Intercolonial. Scone A. F. YORK Reports— At my last sale yardiogs were very heavy, competition brisk and prices firm. I sold for L. H. Ross vealers, 28s 6d to 30s, cows, 26s to 44s, heifers, 41s; agents' cows, Kh to 32s, vealers, 12s to 25s, 15 steers, 31s 6d to 39s, 13 bullocks, 33s, 14 at 39s, 14 at 47s ; A. Worrad, cows, 27s to £2 12s, 2 bullocks, £3, 2 steers, 43s 6d ; J. Lettice, 2 cows, £3 17s; G. Lanes bury, mixed young cattle, 10s; G. Cumberland, steers, 31s 6d, cows and heifers, 31s ; J. Coffey, cows, £2 4s, heifers, 30s; T. Fuller, 3 steers, 31s, heifers, 24s to 39s 6d ; A. King, 2 cows, £2 13s, 4 steers, £2 14s, 2 steers 25s 6d, 1 bullock, £3 7s, 2 bullocks, £3 10s, 2 cows, £2 9s 6d, 2 cows at £2 8s, 1 cow, £2, 2 cows, £1 11s, 1 cow, 20s ; Mount Pleasant Estate, 2 heifers, 24s, 1 cow, 30s, 5 steers, £2, 13 steers at 30s 6d ; J. Sullivan, 1 cow, 35s ; T. and W. Keene, 1 cow, £2 10s, 1 cow, £2, 3 heifers, 39s, 2 heifers, 30s, 4 heifers, 26s 6d, 7 heifers, 25s 6d...

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Dip for Ticks. TO THE EDITOR "S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Dip for Ticks. TO THE EDITOR ' S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — In your paper of the 30th June there is a letter from Mr. T. W. Medley re the 'Tick Trouble.' I have been thinking just what he so well puts before your readers ever since I have heard of the disease, and the only point I would join issue with him on is the clip ot tobacco ana sui phur. As an old experienced hand among scab in Victoria, Mr. Medley must know that when tobacco and sulphur had to some extent failed, Dr. J. P Rowe hit upon the lime and sulphur dip, as he held he could not depend up on the strength of new tobacco, and it was the former that cured Victoria. I feel sure that if the Queensland cattle were dipped in the following mixture, which would not cost much, and might be mads stronger for cattle, no ticks or anything could live : 4oz?. of sulphur, 2ozs. of lime, weighed separately, to the gallon of water. Reduce the lime and sulphur to powder and mix thoroughly. When the water in the boiler is boiling hot (not ...

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Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Bathurst. / CLEMENTS and MCCARTHY Report— Fat Stock. — Since our last report we have sold on account J. and A. Stevenson, 46 bullocks to £4 4s, aver aging £3 11s ; on account Walter McPhillamy, 33 bullocks to £5 Is, averaging £4 Is, 5 cows at £2 6s 6d, 1 vealer at 8s : account T. W. Ander son, 5 bullocks at £2 10s ; account R. G. Gilmour, 33 bullccks to £4 12s, averaging £3 15s 6d ; on account H. Bell, 4 cows at£l 10s, 1 vealer at 15s ; on account of P. O'Keefe, 2 cows at £2 3s 6d ; on account Hon. Geo. Lee, 3 cows at £3 16s ; and on account Geo. Palmer 39 wethers at 6s. We sold through our Sydney Agents on accr'*rt Executors late T. G. Webb, 65 we^rs. At 5s 9d, 35 stags at 5s 7d1 j,y3rd, V , EWINCTKiNG sa^JUfiRRY Report Having offered at auction on Wednes day, 8th instant, 130 bullocks and 60 cows direct from Tartha Station (Q.). Attendance of buyers was limited owing to the inclement weather, con sequently biddings were somewhat slack, and owners' reserves not being forthcoming th...

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Postage from Stock Boards. A CURIOUS POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Postage from Stock Boards. A CURIOUS POINT. Sheep-men and cattle-men work to gether to form the Pastures and Stock Protection Boards, but they are not one for all that. The cattle-men are said to escape taxation, but the sheep men are said to get their letters franked by the Government. The Young Board wrote about this to the Department, and the following reply will show how matters stand : — Department op Mines and Agricul ture, Stock and Brands, Sydney, June 13th, 1896. Sir, — I have the honor to acknow ledge the receipt of your communi cation of the 11th ult. asking that the correspondence from your board be allowed to pass through th6 post office as O.H.M.S. as is the case in connection with the correspondence of the sheep board. I have the honor to inform you by direction of the Sec retary for Mines and Agriculture that the system at present in practice can not be altered. I have the honor, to be, Sir, Your obedient servant, R. D. Jones, pro Chief Inspector of Stock. B. J. Alle...

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Wodonga. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Wodonga. OHAS. L. GRIFFITH & CO. Report Having held their usual fortnightly market, at their Wodonga yards, on Tuesday, 7th July, when they report a strong demand both for fat and store bullocks of fatteniug ages, the latter being particularly enquired after. They quote best bullocks £7 10s ; others from £5 10s to £6 15s. Best cows to £5 ; good to medium from £3 10s to £4 10s. They also sold lots for the following owners : Bethanga Park Estate, Peter Symington, P. Quirk, Ed. Heffernan, Jas. Drummond, and J. McDonald. Also a draft of store wethers on account of Jas. Drummond at 6s Id.

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Gossip. Gentle gossips, didst ever thou hear a man speaking in public who made a muddle of his speech through nervous ness ? Seems to me always that we have much need to mend our ways in regard to public speaking. I've met good, wise, eloquent men who, when they got on to their feet in public places to speak, nave made a most brutal hash of a speech. Why 1 Ah, dear gossips, there are few of us born orators ! We can, some of us, think good speeches, but it's after the oppor tunity has passed. To think on your feet, belore a lot of people, is an art only acquired by most of usf after years of bitter trial, failure and dis appointment. I'm going to tell you a secret ! There are ^'r people read this page besi^ '9? ones it is addressed to, v , t suffer, if needs must, w.. * we a quiet talk with my own kindly gossips. Long, long ago I had great yearn ings to learn to be a writer, and I wrote articles for newspapers that were sometimes, aye, mostly, published, but they paid me nothing for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

Ooatalni tti Ofltolftl Reports from tt* Fat Stook Salwma'i ▲itooUtloaL of Sydmtr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 July 1896

HUnPlflMPQ ». Pfl QDIDIT MCDPUAMTO HIGH-CLASS OLD FOREIGN and AUSTRALIAN WINES. I . nUuMNuo & uu., orlnll MtnunANIo, ^choice old whiskies.^ f Opposite G.P.O., PITT STREET, SYDNEY. Established 1847. I ^— ? ? ? 1

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