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Station Telephones. THE LATEST FACTS. DEPUTATION TO THE POSTMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Station Telephones. THE LATEST FACTS. DEPUTATION TO THE POST MASTER. A short time ago we published an account of a deputation t o the Post master General on the subject of station telephones. Last week there was another deputation, consisting of Messrs. Bacon (Dumble), Fulton (Jerilderie), and Culley (Urana). They went to make some enquiries about the cost of connecting a station tele phone with the nearest telegraph office, the possibility of using the Government telegraph poles for a telephone wire, and the rules gener ally for working a private telephone on a rational basis. Instead of dealing with the simple facts brought out by the deputation, and the subsequent very imporbant action of the Postmaster (the Hon. Jos. Cook), ib might be as well to make a few remarks. It's a cold day for a journalist when he finds himself on the side of the Government, because it's a heap easier to critise and find fault than it is to agree with what is being done ; but this Government has been so...

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Country and Intercolonial Scone. E. ,T. CORBETT REPORTS— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

i Country and Intercolonial Scone E. ,T. CORBETT Rkports At my sale of cattle I yarded 130 head to a good attendance of buyers. Sale3 opened brisk, and biddings for several yards being very spirited. 1 sold, on account; of J. B. Keys, Ro.ss gole, 5 black-polled Angus bullocks 40s, 4 at 83s, 1 at 42s, 6 at 3Gs 6d, G at 35s, 2 at 51s, 1 heifer at 44s Gel. 1 steer at 36s, 2 steers at 20s, 5 at 35.-; 6d, 5 at 39s, 5 black-polled Angus heifers at 45s 6d, 1 cow and calf at 30s Cd, 8 steers at 35s 6d, 1 heifer at 15s, 3 steers at 19s, 3 at 24s 6d, 5 at 25s, 1 calf at 10s ; H. R, Wiseman. Spring vale, 19 heifers at 21s f-d, 4 at 21s, 3 at 26s Gd, 3 at 16s ; T. Fuller, 2 cu\vs at 63s, 1 at 40a, 1 at 38s, o . heifer's at 26s ; P. Meehan, Mooiy, 1 heifer at 53s, 1 steer at 51s ; Agents, 1 heifer at 26s, 3 bullocks at 25s Gd. j Sheep.— I sold for D. and G. Hall, i Cressfieid, 51 fat ewes at 5s. July 16th, 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

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Muswellbrook. D. H. ALLAN REPORTS— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Muswellbrook. D. H. ALLAN Reports— Having yarded on the 10th insi. 770 ' Keroongooloo ' Bullocks (in con junction with Wilkinson and Lavender), and 670 ' Ghinghinda ' bullocks (iu conjunction with Bacon and Co., Toowoouiba) to a very pool attendance of buyers and bidding dull. ? I The ' Keroongooloo ' bullocks nice i quality but very poor. I sold the j worst as follows: — 40 at .£1 12s, 54 at £1 14s, 58 at £1 13s, 2 at £2 6s. 15 , at £1. The ' Ghinghinda ' bullocks a nice quality lot, but small as follows: 48 at £2 3s 6d, 27 at £2, 86 at £1 19s Gel, 45 at £1 16s 6d, 33 at £1 16a 6d, 23 at £1 16s, 12 at £1 12s Gd, 2 at £1 4s. The balance of both lots I withdrew. I sold some local lots at a ;ii -factory prices. July 13th, 1896.

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Annual Stud Stock Sales TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Annual Stud Stock Sales TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' °IR, — You have had a good deal to say recently aboub the Sydney Ram Sales. As Sydney is the centre of a very large world, why could you not also have, at the same time, a sale of stud cattle ? Everybody is in town and the opportuniby would be a good one for all concerned. Yours, etc., Stockowner. July 17ih, 1896.

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Bourke. J. ANDERSON AND CO. REPORT for week ending 11th inst follows:— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Bourke. J. ANDERSON AND GO. Report for week ending 11th inst as' follows: — Cattle.— Sold 1000 head fat bul locks (in conjunction with Wilkinson and Lavender) on account of F. W. Armyiage, Norley Station. Rams. — We received per rail for Thurulgoona Station, Barringun, 1540 rams ? a first-ciass lot. Rai od 296 sheepskins to Sydney account E. J. Barton, Mooculta Station.

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Hordern Bros. TO FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Hordern Bros. TO FOOTBALLERS. Everybody that takes an interest in football will be glad to hear that Messrs. Hordern Bros., of Pitt-street, Sydney, now intend to supply foot ballers' outfits cheaper than any other house in Sydney. They have set up a whole window of their colossal estab lishment for the display of jerseys, scans, etc., etc. in this window there is a man — nob unlike the pro verbial Diogenes— sitting dressed out in full regalia, white knickers and green stockings and jersey. On his breast is a flaring red cross, to show that he is the ambulance man. This suib only costs 6s lid, and is senb to the country free. Lady ' barrackers ' can get ribbons and scarfs of any color. You wicked boys in the country who play naughty games on Sundays now have an opportunity of being dressed equal to any ciby dude footballer, and in any color you wish.

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Albury. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH & 00. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Albury. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH & CO. Report Having held their usual fortnightly market at the Albury municipal yards on Wednesday, July 15th, when they yarded 270 cattle and 3300 sheep. Cattle.— We yarded 270 head, three-fourths of which consisted of medium to useful beef, with a small proportion of prime light weights. The market was a brisk one, with a strong upward tendency. Owing to the attendance of several outside buyers the supply was well within require rnents. We sold best pens of bullocks, light-weights, £6 to £7, others from £5, prime light cowa £4 to £') 5s, inferior from £3 ; fouryear old bullocks, in low condition, to £3 4s, young mixed cattle at full rates. We sold drafts for T. and W. Whiteh ead, P. and W. Mitchell, F. Kruse, R. Sheath er, J. and P. J. McMeekin, Milliday Bros., J. J. Hore, Wm. Turner, A. Just, James Day and others. Sheep.— They yarded 3300, about 2000 of which consisted of useful to prime fats. We sold good crossbred wethers 10s to 11s 6d, a few e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

MANUFACTURED BY THE CHEMICAL UNION. LTD., IPSWIOH, ENGLAND. PRICE, 70s. per CASE, Free on Rail or Boat, Sydney. AQENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES E. RICH & CO., Ltd.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTHS. STEVENSON.— July 2nd, at her residence. Auburn, Moss Vale, the wife of Dr. Stevenson of a daughter. SPENCER. — June 26th, 1396. at St. Paul's Vicarage. Adelong, the wife of the Rev. Edward J. Spencer of a son. WOOD. — June 29th. at her residence, Marlton, Waratah, New South Wales, the wife of J. Campbell Wood of a daughter. MARRIAGE. MITCHELL— O'SHAUGHNESSY. —July 13th, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. Dr. O'Haran, Wm. Patrick, third soh of Henry Mitchell, of Canadian, Mudgee, to Maria Muriel, fourth daughter of the late Thos. O'Shaugh nessy, of Wellington, N.S.W. DEATHS. LONG. — July 13th, at his residence, Cedrus. Tuggerah Lakes, in his 78th year, Wm. Long, eldest son of Wm. Long, non-commissioned officer in the 3rd Regiment of Buffs, Bristol, England. Tasmanian papers please copy. Inserted by his sorrowing wife and family. MACPHERSON,-July 16th, 1896. at Charters Towers, North Queensland, Henry Drummond Rollo De Morval Macpherson, of Cant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

H' unnimino 9 nn QDIDIT MCDPUAMTQ high-class old foreign and Australian wines. . nUuKINuo a ou., orlml IvItnunAN I o, ^choice old whiskies.^ * Opposite G.P.O., PITT STREET, SYDNEY. Established 1847.

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Gossip. The longer I live in this blessed world the more thoroughly I get convinced that we're a stupid race. I like living, mind you, and I'm glad I was born, and I want to stay here as long as possible ; but I want to laugh at our folly sometimes, and then I'd like to cry. What set me on to that tack was a signt in sne ayaney Botanic Gardens the other day. Some youngsters came to see me, and we went to lots of places that I'm not in the habit of going to. Amongst others we went to the Art Gallery, and what a wonder-world of story there is in that place ! I'd like to have yarns every week for a few years about those pictures, but it's no use promising to dp things. Life is too disgustingly short ! From the pictures we went to hear the baud play in the Botanic Gardens on the Wednesday afternoon, and good music does me good ! Gossips, do you believe that the influence of music is elevating ? If you do, go and play ' chaneys ' with a church choir and see how it works. You organise a m...

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Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report— The past week has been an excep tionally dull one in every line of grain and fodder and values generally are rather easier. The arrivals for the daily auctions at Redfern have eased a trifle, but still city stocks have been so heavy that this fact did not stand to harden prices. We quote as under : — Wheat. — No business doing. New South Wales milling nominal, whole chick wheat 3s to 3s 6d, screenings 2s 9d to 2s lOd per bushel. Oats. — Prime feed 2s 3d, seed Tar tarians 2s 7d to 2s 9d per bushel. Maize. — Prices easing with the close of the week, the only business doing being on a basis of 2s 2d per bushel for prime. Barley. — No inquiry. English ruling 2s 5d to 2s 9d. Cape 2s 6d to 3s per bushel Chaff. — Market .weak. Primest local 48 9d to 4s lOd, good 4s 3d to 4a 6d per cwt. Prime Adelaide £4 15s to £5 ; Victorian £4 10s to £4 15a ; Tasmanian and New Zealand £4 5s, to £4 10s per ton. Hay. — Prime oaten rack has had slow sale up to £...

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An Apology to our Readers. WITH A POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

An Apology to our Readers. WITH A POSTSCRIPT. A lot of good articles and letters have been crowded out of late. We've had so many conferences, sales, meet ings and deputations, that there's been little room for anything else. We used to have an eight page paper, but it's grown bigger and bigger till sometimes we've had 16 pages and a cover. Normally we have about ten pages and a cover, or 12 pages on a Friday. We are growing fast, and we'll have a big paper some day, but that is a matter for regret. Kittens grow into cats and little darlings of boys and girls grow into common men and women, and it's not a source of pleasure We are a kittenish little paper now, and we'll maybe grow big and solemn, but if you'll send along your subscriptions and give us a hand we'll stay little and good as long as we can. But you'll forgive us for crowding good things out, won't you 1 P. S. — This apology was crowded out of our last issue. We feel bad about our limitations. The worst of the lot was th...

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Government Meat Markets, Pyrmont. TOMPSON, MANNING and JEREMY Report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Government Meat Markets, Pyrmont. TOMPSON, MANNING and JEREMY Report During the past week supplies of country killed meat have consisted of about 2000 quarters of beef, and about 1800 carcases of mutton. Prime beef has been scarcer, and selling at a slight advance on late rates, whilst medium and indifferent quality re mains at last week's values. We sold consignments from Tenterfield, Aber deen, Morpeth, Maitland and Moss Vale. We quote : — Beef. — Extra prime bodies, lfd ; hinds, lfd ; fores, Id per Ib. ; good to prime bodies, l^d to l^d ; hinds, l£d ; fores, |d per lb. ; medium bodies, Id ; hinds, lfd ; fores, fd per lb. Mutton. — Supplies not nearly equal to the requirements of the trade. We sold consignments from Gunnedah, Bourke and Nyngan. The Bourke con signments consisted of a small lot of prime wethers, going about 54lbs. This lot was well dressed, and of good quality, and averaged l£d per lb. We quote prime wethers worth l|d, medium wethers Id to l^d per lb. ; prime ewes ...

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STUD CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

STUD CATTLE SALES. It has been well said that a fool can ask a question that a wise man cannot answer. That is cor rect enough, but when a wise man comes along with a question he has the best of it all the time. Asking questions is easy. Look at the one in another column on the annual stud sheep sales. The ' Stock owner ' who asks the question is a man with a level head. He is not a small souled man [who wants to grind his own axe at his neighbor's stone. If he had given his name it would have placed his proposition at once in the realm of ' practical politics.' As ib is, the question is a bit of a poser. For twenty-three years we have had the annual stud sheep sales in Sydney This year the Railway Commissioners gave us excursion trains from all over the country, and the result was that the city was flooded with country people, and we had the record sales of the series. We had buyers and sellers from every part of the colonies. Now comes the* very timely question of a stockman who w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Herbert H. BnowK. H W. Buck. Wm. Dawson HERBERT H. BROWN & GO. LAND, STOCK, STATION AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Melbourne Chambers, 89 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. All Land and Mining Matti-rs alien oil to. Advances on Properties. Appeals Conducted under the LiuulTax. Contractors' Agents. Prompt Attention to all Mattors. Land Valuators. Late Advertisements. OTORE SHEEP. IN WOOL. 30,000 EWES, fine Sheep, 14 months' wool, St. George ; 0s 6 mos., or 3s off shears. 11,000 WETHERS, 4 years' splendid fleeces, Barraba, 78 cash. 8400 WETHERS, 5 and 6 years, biB sheep, Manilla, 6s cash. 3900 WETHERS, 5 and 6. rears, big sheep, Manilla, 5s cash. r- ' FRANK, WYNDHAM, ? TAMWORTH FOR SALE. GUNNEDAH CATTLE SALE. 500 HEAD OF CATTLE. BACON and CO. will Sell, by Oo Lrr^i,0,'' °? M°NDAY. JULY 27th. 1896, 2I°, ?UI&?9K& thrce .VCttrs ol(1- in Wood condition, and 250 COWS, four to eight years, forward condition. BACON and CO., AUCTIONEERS, GUNNJCDAH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT. Weekly List of the Newest Publications JUST RECEIVED PER MAIL STEAMER. Price includes postage ; all volumes are in cloth, unless otherwise described. Marcus Clarke's Heavy Odds, paper 3s Wynnum, by J. D. Hennessey, 4s Grant Allen's Jaws of Death, paper Is 9d Snowy's The Stanley of the Turf, boards 2s lid His Father's Son, by Brander Matthews, 4s Mitford's (Bertram) Veldt Official, 4a, paper 3s Mies Muloch's Woman's Kingdom, new edition, 4s Rita's Joan and Mrs. Carr, paper 3s R. L. Stevenson's Weir of Hermiston, 6s 6d Florence Warden's Our Widow, paper 3s The Wonderful Visit, by H. G. Wells, 3a lOd Send Postal Notes (payabls to \\ in. Brooks and Co., at Exchange P.O.) or Stamps (id or Id preferred) to ' Book Department,' ' Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' Office, Queen's Place, Sydney. When ordering books (or any other goods) from this office please state by what means mails are delivered from rail or steamer to residence — whether by letter-carrier, coach or h...

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LAMBS. Hill, Clark ami Co., sold— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

LAMB8. Hill, Clark aud Co., sold— 55 lambs aud hoggets, P. Rafferly, rail Breeza ... 8 11 30 hoggets Cobb & Co., Hereford, mil Kelso 3/9 to 8 10 fi lambs Olasson A: (ilasson, My alla, rail Woodstock ... 7 8 41 hoggets same owners 7/5 to 7 6 21 lambs same owners ... 6 8 1 lamb Western Agents, by tail 6 0 J C. 'Youno and Co. sold— 10 hoggets Southern Agents, rail Cootatnundra ... 7 10 16 hoggets same owners ... 7 7 Warden Harry Graves & Son sold— 3 xbred lambs Myahnundi Es tate, rail Trangie 9 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

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