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A Governess. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

A Governess. There's a fair, square man we know in this office who wants a governess, but he can't afford to give more than about £30 a year. I know one that expects about £60. He lives not far away from Sydney, and I expect ib would be a good billet for the right sort of a woman. If you know one, drop a line to t he editor of the ' Syd ney Stock and Station Journal.' A large public meeting was held on Thursday night at the Liverpool Town Hall when Mr. J. W B. Abel, of Sydney, propounded a scheme for establishing meat works, in the old wool-scouring buildings, on the opposite side of the river, adjacent to the Holdsworthy Bridge. He asked for local support, and stated that when the works were in full swing over 100 hands would be employed. He favoured this place on account' of so good a site being available. His patent for freezing and canning the meat was not yet ready, but he would produce it at a future meeting. A committee, consisting of Messrs. Palme, Ashcroft, Pearce, Mullett,...

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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Caterpillars in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Caterpillars in Queens land. A northern contemporary says : — ' Some idea of the myriads of cater pillars which infest the district may be gathered from the fact that recently a train on the Clermont Railway was completely blocked. The driver turned sand on to the rails ; but still he was unable to get along, having a bank in front. He had then to de tach the waggons and trucks, and take them up two by two. On the main line also the trains had some difficulty in mounting the steep bank there.'

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

RAVFR Sjt PFRRY F. G. WEAVER. J. W. PERRY. Stock and Station Agents FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN, City Bank Chambers, Pitt Street, a ~y jyj^ e y LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATION OF FRKEHOLO AN. STATION PROPERTIES MADE FOR PROBATE OR OTHERWISE. LESSEES OF FULLAGAR'S WELL-KNOWN PADDOCKS CLOSE 1 UOMEBUSH. WILKINSON & LAVENDER, STOCK and STATION AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN, SYDNEY and HAY. Established— WAGG A WAGGA, 1870; HAY, 1873; SYDNEY, 1877. LARGE WATERING and RttCKlVlNH YARDS adjoining Fjlkmington Sale Yards. All Fat Stock Untuiokk:- and Waxkkkd Immediately on Arrival GOOD PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION. FINANCIAL AGENTS. VALUATORS. LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATIONS OF FREEHOLD OR STATION PROPERTY MADE.

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

BERCL 8t BRKBBIN Have pleasure in announcing to the l'ftstoraliBts of New South Walea and Queensland that they are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account 6ith«r aft BOWEN or GLADSTONE i (Q.), ?J*£*™™& gv THE MOST° M**lm REGULAR MONTHLY SHIPMENTS DIRECT. For Particulars apply to — DCDOI ™r! DQARRIM 0ITY BANK CHAMBERS, BERGL and DnADDlN, PITT STREET, SYDNEY, Meat Works, BOWEN (Q.). Meat Works, GLADSTONE (Q.). 3CE* -5TOXJ tS'ST^ZE^SSDEt,, 'CTCHE! i Awnirn v\ itf the great iL XJ I A O M F\ U 1 M HLE ESMEDT 2a. 8d. per Pot. IT NEVER FAILS TO GIVE RELIKK. 28. 6d. per Pot. ThU s- pciti! \t r-'-Mimi-.enderi *'»th the hilletii-uoiifldenr-e to those «TiO snfler from the Piles »ud wiah t-- ibuiti lii!'t!1..'-i.»- rr: ??: They *ho;:id aak their Chemist or Storekeeper Jci a Pot of LOM BARUIA. tud take t.o oLnn T.- !?-? ha'1. .Vwu ii! Chemi-ir.p vl !)r-:^rr!s;.s. F. MCDONALD, SoJo Proprietor, no Pitt Street, Sydney. nirr -ra ii ii imni in inni-'nTf ' -^nrrrfri m n ihmhiihiiihmiht.ii i...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [It is noi 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.] W. R. G. —We sent ' Banjo,' bub 11 Air and Diet ' is not yet in stock. However, we expect to get it at once, and you may receive it before you read this. W. M. — Your subscription for three years to hand ; also your ex change on the cheque. I find pinned on to your letter the following brief note from our cashier : — ' Not only does he send three years' subscription, but he sends 6d for exchange on cheque, which is more than lots of our good friends do.' That fills the bill. A man who sends a good sub scription and also thinks of the ex change is a man with a soul ! Thanks. B. S. — We got your 14s all right and sent the cards, but as near as I can make out it was this way. The account was lls lOd, and there is some exchange between Queensland and here, and all we got for the two cards was ...

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

HILL, CLARK & CO., 6 O'CONNELL STREET, Stock and Station Agentsf Fat Stock and Horse Salesmen. Assistant Salesman - - - J. J. HQW1LL. Our Paddocking and Watering Accommodation at Homebush and Blacktown for Fat Stock is Unrivalled. BRANCH OFFICE at MUSWELLBROOK. UNDKR THE MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL FACILITIES offered for the HANDLING and DISPOSAL of STORE CA.TTLE.

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Bathurst. CLEMENTS AND MCCARTHY REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Bathurst. CLEMENTS and McCARTHY Report— Fat Stock. — Since our last report we have sold on account of John Lee, 35 bullocks, to £5 16s, averaging £5 3s ; J. and A. Steven son, 30 bullocks, to £4 4g, averaging £3 lls 9J ; F. W. Armytage, 30 cows to £3 5s, averaging £2 lls lOd ; owner, 11 cows to £1 19s, averaging £1 13s 3d ; T. Gordon, 28 crossbreds at 6s 6d, 49 ewes at 5s 7d, and 23 lambs at 5s Id. We sold, through our Sydney agents, on account of R. Bourke, 60 ewes 5s 8d to 7s Id, 46 lambs 5a lid to 8s 3d. Store Stock. — On the 8th inst. we sold by auction on account of various owners, several drafts of cattle and sheep. Quotations : Steers at £1 5s, heife.a £1 5a, springers to £2 18s, milch cows to £3 !s, mixed sheep at 3s lid, young ewes at 3s 6d. Private Sales. — We sold on account of John Baker, 250 wethers ; owner, 350 fat wethers ; and (in conjunction with Cahill and Co.) J. W Smith, Balowrie, 3S00 wethers ; Smith Bros., Cornucopia, 2800 wethers, at satisfactory prices. April...

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Scone. A. F. YORK REPORTS—- [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Scone A. F. YORK Reports— At my stock sale on Thursday I yarded 400 head of cattle of various descriptions. There was a good attendance of buyers, and biddings were extremely animated. I sold : For C. A. Bonarius — steers £2 19a to £3 Is 6d ; A. L. Da vies, steers £1 16a to £3 Is, averaging £3, cows £3 to £3 5s, vealers Ss ; W. Donnell, 6 heifers £1 Is 6d, others £1 to £1 6s 6d, vealers 13s to £1 6s, steers £1 15s; Hull, cows £2 15s; J. Hanley, cows and calves £1 ; J. McPhee, steers £1 6s, heifers £1 5s 6d, to £1 15s; W. Lonsdale, heifers £2 ; R. Harper, cows and calves £2 ; F. H. Hall, 15 steers £1 13s, 21 mixed cattle 19s, 26 cows £1 7s, 11 heifers £1 4s, 2 cows £2, 6 vealers Us to 16s ; A. Worrad, 4 cows £2 3s 6d, steers £1 2s 6d to £1 10s ; L. Nicholson, steers £1 11s, cows £1 10s, heifers £1 8s 6d to £1 13s, cows and calves £1 8s to £1 13s 6d ; A. L. Davies, cows and calves £1 13s, 1 cow £1 18s, 1 at £1 10s, 1 at £1 5s, 1 at £1 3s 6d, 4 h- ifers 20s ; M. Hayne, cows £2 11s vto ...

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Albury. CHAS. L GRIFFITH & CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Albury. CHAS. L GRIFFITH & UO. Report Having held their usual fortnightly market at Albury, on Wednesday, 8th April : — Cattle. — Yarded 180 head, two-thirds of which consisted of useful beef, with a larger proportion of cows than usual, the remainder chiefly mixed stores. They sold : Best pens of bullocks £5 to £6, others from £4 ; best pens cows, prime and heavy, £3 10a to £4 6s, others from £2 10s ; fat calves from 15s to 25s, a few extra prime and heavy to £2 ; mixed stores at full rates. Sold drafts for J. and P. J. McMeekin. J. J. Hore, W. Mclntosh and Co., R. Smith wick, J. McDonald, H. Knoble, VI rs. Lloyd, Jas. Geary, Geo. Kennedy, J. Connors, D. Healey, R. Hunt, Geo. Nugent and othei'3. Sheep. -Yarded about 5000, a third of which consisted of medium to good mutton, the remainder st res. They sold best pens xbred wethers to 8s 5d, best merino wethers 6s to 6s 8d, a few extra to 7s 6d, light merino ewes to os ; fat lambs to 5s 9d ; store merino wethers to Is 6d, youn...

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Parkes. SEABORN AND WESTON REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Parkes. SEABORN AND WESTON Report Having sold 1800 ewes on account of James Lee, of Lvrras Lake ; 2000 ewes Thomas Calvert. Bullock Creek ; 2000 ewes J. McGrath, Genanagie ; 4000 mixed two tooths Beasley and Son, 956 ewes Mrs. Cleary, Genanagie ; 1000 mixed two-tooths J. B. VVilson, Genanagie; 1500 ewes Exars. W. C. Weston ; 400 croaabreds T. J. Nash, Currajong ; 700 eweB R N. Leslie, Back Yamma ; 769 high-priced ewea James Lee, of L irras Lake ; 3 high-priced stud rams James Lee, of Larras Lake ; 2400 wethers A. Strahorn, Obley ; 70 head of cattle John Jib, of Bindogundra. Properties. — We have sold, on account of Thomas Calvert, his selection on Bullock Creek of 2560 acres at a satisfactory price. Also, on account of John McGrath, Genanagie, his selection of 2560 acres, to gether with all stock.

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Branding Hides. AN OLD TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Branding Hides. AN OLD TROUBLE. Every once in a while we wake up to the wastefulness of our old methods. We shriek for a while and then get tired. The old question of branding comes up once more in a letter from Messrs. George Wilcox and Co., the well-known Sydney hide merchants. The best thing to do is to give their letter in extenso, as it tells the story clearly : — [copy.] CO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Dear Sir, — Knowing you take ieep interest in all that concerns 3attle-breeders, we should be very glad if you will lend the weight of your journal to a matter which greatly concerns cattlemen and consumers of hides, and that is the present horrible system of branding along the ribs or on the butt. Cannot brands be placed upon the cheek, neck, or the lower portion of the shoulder and still be of as much service for drafting purposes without ruining the best portion of the hide? As showing how the present system of branding restricts trade in hides to the disadvantage of t...

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State Pensions. TO THE EDITOR "S.S. AND S JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

State Pensions. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S JOURNAL.' Sir, — Being a constant reader of your journal, and of the matter under the heading of ' Gossip,' I can say that I have not yet read one article under that heading that has not interested me, and caused me to think. In your issue of the 31st ultimo 'Gossip' writes on pen sions, and I quite agree with him until that part of the article is reached where he says: 'Pensioning is bad except in one case, and I'll tell you what that exception is — a judge! When a man puts on the robe of a judge he ought to be past the cares of salary, because he ought to be beyond the reach of bribery.' Now that would be right enough if salary would put a judge beyond the reach of bribery, but my understanding tells me it won't. For the judge who will take a bribe, and for it change the course . of justice, can be a8 easily bribed at £10,000 a year as he would be at £3000 a year, because it is his nature to take a bribe, and no matter how independent his...

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Death of Cattle from Eating Amber Cane. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Death of Cattle from Eating Amber Cane. A bad scare has been evolved in the South of Queensland (says the '? Queenslander') out of a number of deaths of cattle supposed to be caused by amber cane, which was im mediately and unreasoningly set down as a poisonous plant. Many an equally innocent plant has been similarly libelled. As a matter of fact amber cane is no moie poisonous than is any other succulent fodder, under certain circumstances. The real cause of the trouble is want of care in mak ing a change of diet from hard food to fresh green fodder. The conclusion reached, after searching inquiry, is that, if weakly, half -starved cattle are changed suddenly from bare paddocks to green crops, they are put to a severe test, which, in their weak state they are unable to survive. The blame for accidents in such cases rests with the owners themselves, who allow hungry cattle with stomachs disordered by a long course of dry grass, to eat their fill of amber cane or other green fodder w...

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The Table-Top Ponies. SALE AT BEADELL'S BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

The Table-Top Ponies. SALE AT BEADELL'S BAZAAR./ Last Friday there was a large gathering at Beadeli's Bazaar, in Hunter-street, to watch the sale of Mr. James Mitchell's 24 ponies. They were as likely looking a lot as a man could have desired to see, all bred and branded at Tabletop, one of the finest runs in the country. They were all the produce of two famous sires, Simon (imp.) and Souter Johnny, a foal of the famous Tam-o'Shanter (imp). The auctioneer (Mr. H. S. Badgery) had one of the same ponies in the bazaar that he bought about 12 years ago, a faithful and good- working beast, that had vecome the friend of all the children, and was one of the best kind of ponies that a man could have about the place. This lot of ponies from Table-Top should have brought splendid prices, for they were all broken to saddle, and most of them would have made excellent polo ponies, or else carriage pairs. The first put up was the four year old Lothario, which was a splen did gray. The half-brothe...

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Country and Intercolonial Inverell. W. H. READETT REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Country and Intercolonial InverelL W. H. READETT Reports A strong demand for all kinds of sheep at an advance of, at least, 40 cent, on last year's rates, and suitable Bheep, especially breeding ewes and young wethers, are scarce at the improved prices. My sales have been for the quarter ending March 3lst : — On account of the Proprietors of Milo and Emudilla Stations (Q.), 20,200 four-tooth wethers and 20,000 ewes to Merewether Bros. ; on account of Mere wether Bros. , 9000 wethers to the Byron Estite ; on account same owners, 800 ewes to J. Hunt ; also on account of same owners, 1200 mixed sheep to various purchasers ; on account T. H. Cooper, 5000 four-tooth ewes to H. C. Holmes ; on account Wilson, Son and Co., Forbes, 3600 four tooth wethers ; on account Campbell Bros., 2000 ewes to Penwicke Bros. ; on account Young Bro3. and Co., 1500 ewes to R Hargrave ; also on account same owners, 1000 ewes to Fen wicke Bros. ; on account Fletcher Bros., 10,000 four-tooth ewes to the King's...

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

Forthcoming Sales, etc. f.AU 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 date of sale will be shortl. \dvertised ; meanwhile full information vegarding the property may be obtained from the manager of the abovenamed company. Messrs Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., of Sydney, have for sale three properties in the Hunter River district. The properties are as follows : — 10.000 acres, river frontage; 5000 acres, river frontage, with lucerne flats and excellent improvements, and 15,000 acres of good land. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., of Sydney, have for sale fat bullocks to be sold as stores. There are about 2000 head, the pick of about 3600— ones, twos, and threes. Messrs. Pitt...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTHS. Pitt. — April 6th, at her residence, Tran quilla, West-street, North Sydney, the wife of Geo. M. Pitt, of a son (stillborn.) MARRIAGES. Acocks — Brouohtox. — March 24. at St. Paul's Pro-Cat-he.-lral, H*y, bv the Rev J. B. Armstrong, MA., William George, eldo-st son or the late Rev. Canon Acocks, of St. Matthew's, Albury, to Leila Marina, eldest daughter of Henry Bingham Broughtou. of Hay, and granddaughter of late J. Archer Broughton. Alcocic— Bkn'N'Ett. — April 2nd, at Hatton, Marrickville, by the Rev. T. R jseby, LL.D., F.R.A.S., Thomas Alcock, of Avoca-street, Randwiok, to Anuie, widow of the late K. H. Bennett, of Yaudembah station, Booligal N.S. \\*. LEr;an — Re sard. — April 2nd, at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, by the Rev. A. W. Pain, B.A., Matthew Henry Legge, M.I)., of Hawthorne. Melbourne, to Aim-.-e Julie, third daughter or Mr. Jules Reuard, of Ardenne, Victoria street North, Potts Point, Honorary Consul for Belgium. Morosy — Asguj...

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A Tax on Bicycles. TO THE EDITOR "S.S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 14 April 1896

A Tax on Bicycles. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I notice there has been a good deal said at meetings lately held in different parts of the colony about the taxing of stallions of all classes. This, I have no doubt, is a good idea, but a better idea in my opinion would be to tax all bicycles and tricycles, say, 20s or 30s on each, as every one of these affairs imported into the colony militates against the producer of horse stock of all kinds. Trusting you will grant space in your widely spread journal for this letter, and that some abler hand at the pen than mine will take the matter up. Yours, etc., D. D. Baird. The Springs, via Dubbo, April 9bh, 1896. The settlers of Nevertire are now plagued with grasshoppers. What's up with Nevertire, they had a plague of flies a few weeks ago 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 17 April 1896

Recommend ^^' ^™ ^^ m^ a u a -^i OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. TUCKER & CO., Sydney, Agents for New South Waies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 17 April 1896

P. & O. S. N. CO. FORTNIGHTLY DEPARTURES I'KOM 8YDXEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE, Fok LONDON, Calling ac Colombo. Port Said, Briudisi,. Venice, Malta, and Gibraltar. Taking I'iu-Bongui1:; .ilsu 'or India, China, and Japan. LOW RATES of PASSAGK MONEY, bolh 111 Single aivi Return Fares, with Special Terms for Families. Vnv mil p.u t.!(.ulars appiy at. the Com pany'* Otlioes. i'JMJliutige Corner, Pitt and. liciilgc Streets. 1.;. I). AilCIIIE. Agent.

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