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Fisons' Dip. AN ENGLISH COMPLIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Fisons' Dip. AN ENGLISH COMPLIMENT. Some time ago we reprinted part of an article from the English 'Field' dealing with ' Sheep Shearing and Dipping at Barwang, New South Wales.' That article was written by Mr. Neil H. Reid, the well known representative of Fisons' Dip. in this countrv. The storv. was a. sood one. weil aud brightly written, and Fisous' Dip people have had 10,000 little pamphlets struck off, with a reprint of the article. It is a good advertise ment for the Dip, and another for Mr. Reid, who is a geaial soul and deserves it. If the dip is as good as the representative, it's one of the best in the country. The pamphlets can be had free, from Messrs. E. Rich and Co., O'Connell-street, Sydney, who are the Agents for Fisons' Dip in this country.

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New South Wales Raisins. THE COMMERCIAL OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

New South Wales Raisins. THE COMMERCIAL OUTLOOK. When you see a beautiful lot of pre served fruit from a place like the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, or Mildura, or some siiniliar place, you get a feeling that we might be able to do things like that in a commercial way if ? 1 But somehow we don t appear to take to first-class industries of that kind on a sensible basis. Mr. Thompson, at the Agricultural College, keeps telling us that we ought to, but, bless my soul, it's easy telling us what we ought to do ! Yet there are men working at the job and never saying a word. There are men delving away iii New South Wales to day who are solving the problem of the age, i.e., how to make the best of the laud. The other day I saw a box of raisins in Sydney that were pub up in u smart, business-like way. They were marked ' muscatel raisins ' and the box was solid.' It was lined with nice white paper, and a sort of lace work frill of paper seb around the fruit insi h\ You couldn't taste bett...

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

tiO ^ ^338 George Street, ?*£5dd^ ^4'' ~3/s THJE LABOEST IMPORTERS PIANOS, ORGANS AND MUSIC In Australia. Solo Agents for the celebrated Pianos rf Steinwav and Sone, Rich. Lipp and S hn, Erard and Co., Oarl Ecke, Julius Feurich, Gers ami Kallmann, Vebel and Lechlecter, The 'Victor,' Tre 'Belling,' etc.; Estey Organs ; Boosey's Band Instruments. Easy Terms, 1, 2. and 3 years. Catalogues Post Free. NBWNHAM COLLEGE, STRATHFXELD. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Principal : MISS L. ELLIS (Certificated of Cambridge University). Strathfield is at the junction of the Northern and Southern Railway Lines and within easy reach of Sydney. The best visitiDg teachers attend the School, and Pupils are sent up for the University and Trinity Co'lege Examinations. All the pupils sent up fcr examination last year were successful. Boarders receive individual attention and have large Recrea tion Ground* and Tennis Lawn. TERMS STRICTLY MODERATE. Referenced permitted to A. B. Weigall, Esq., ...

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The Board of Health. A CURIOUS RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

The Board of Health. A CURIOUS RETRENCHMENT. The Board of H )alth has been get ting re-organised, with some curious re sults. Dr. Anderson Stuart, one of the clearest headed Scotchmen in Australia has been retrenched ! The Roard of Health, under his guidance, has been a model, not only for Aus tralia, but for the world. We've been kept wonderfully free from disease during Dr. Stuart's administration, and those of us who have a peep behind the scene3 — is all pressmen do -know how much credit is due to the Doctor. He's a quieb man, who nevor makes a fuss, who hates red-tape, and who listens courteously to everyone who comes near him. He has dealt fairly by the Board, and now ho has been re trenched, but not as most other men haVft hfifin dnilfi. Onr r!-n\7Arnmpnfc is not made up of fouls ! The way the Professor was cut out was curious. The Public Service Board wanted to raise his salary, on condition that he gave up the whole of his time to the Roard of Health ' business. The Doctor'...

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

Hay. (from our own correspond-ent.) The rains, which fell regularly every week during the month of June, have brought the grass and herbage on wonderfully, particularly on the river country and in all sheltered parts out from the river. Considering the late start grass got, and that this is not a growing time ot the year, we have been greatly favoured with the mild weather lately experienced, as, until the past week, we have had very little frost. The prospects of the season are favourable for both grass and crops, and point to the drought being broken, although it requires a two or three inch rain to niako t.ho seasoa a certainty. Swamps in many places require filling and the tanks want replenishing. A good river is expected later on when the snow-water melts. A large area of land is under cultivation, and all the crops are looking as well as owners could desire. Many farmers have from 400 to 600 acres each; one has 1300, and is an out-and-out advo cate for farming in this district...

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

The STRAND CAFE, 'l'-o COOLEST and BEST APPOINTED DINING ROOMS in the Southern IHcmisphuru. PRIVATE ROOM and LAVATORIES 'for LADIES JOHN GRANNES, Proprietor.

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Meteorological Return for N.S.W. Rainfall for week ending and [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

Meteorological Return for N.S.W. Rainfall for week ending and in cluding Tiiurp- Kemarics. Stations. day, July 16, '96. No Telegrams. Albury ? 0'06 Armidale ? 0* Balranald ? 0- Bathurst ? 0* Bendemeer ... ... 0* Bingara ? 0'05 Bodalla ? 0* Bombala ? 0* Bourke ? 0. Bowral ? 0- Braidwood ... ... 0* Brewarrinn ... ,M 0* Broken Hill ? 0« Bundarra ? 0* Canulen Haven ? ()? Cnpc St. George ? 0* Oavcoar ? 0-10 Cnsino ? 0* Cassilis ? 0* Clarence Heads| ? 0* Cobar ? 0-11 10th Condobolin ? 0* Cooma ? 0' Coonabarabran ? 0* Coonnmble ? 0\ 11th Cowra ? 0'Oi Cudgelico ? 0' Deniliquin .. .. 0.01 Dubbo .. .. ,. 0*05 Eden .. . ..0* Euston .. .. .. 0 Forbes ? 0. Gabo Island .. .; 0 Germanton .. .. 0_5 Glen Innea .. .. 0 Goulburn.. .... 0* Gr.fton ? 0* Gulgong ? ('? Gunnedah .. ... 0* Hay .. - .. 0-01 Hilhton .. ... _. 0* Inverell .. .. _. 0* Jerry's Plains .. .. 0 Katoomba ~ ... 0* Kcmpsey ? 0* Kiandra .. _ _ 1*17 Lismove .. .. « 0. 13th Maitland .. _. ..0. Manning Heads.. .. 0 lutiiauuii:? . . _? .. ...

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The Public Service Board THE LATEST ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 July 1896

v The Public Service Board THE LATEST ACCOUNTS. This Public Service Board possesses some divine attributes! It is utierly ? incomprehensible, and its ways are jpast finding out. It puts some men jdown and it sets others up, and Old 'Scratch himself couldn't tell why. lake (Mr. W. S. Campbell, of the Depart ment of Agriculture. He has been about 34 years in the service and never had a black mark against him. iHe has been an able, active, affable pfficer. As a journalist, I used to know him years ago, and you could always Tely on him for his clean cut, civil jW-.atements of what was to be known. i e was a man who knew his business. / Jl he got after a lifetime service was f ' J paltry £600 a year. Now, he's cut ' own to £400 ! If any mortal man nows the reason of this, we'd like to ear from him at once. M.r. Campbell i as active and clear-eyed as a boy, ne of the best men in the service, yet e gets a knock like this. Verily, the ays of the Board are past findiug out. ome aged men, who...

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

Sheep Worrying. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.'' Sir, — With your permission I want j to make some remarks which will j 'interest sheep-owners in the Tumut j ;and surrounding districts. Dingoes and tame dogs, particularly the former, are daily killing and biting large numbers of sheep in the Tumut district. The damage caused by dogs is considerable, and those boundary riders, so well described by ' Banjo,' are quite unable to cope with the wily dingo. The local Stock Board has from time to time reduced the scalp money payable for the destruction of wild dogs from £3 to 10s, so that those who make a living by trapping and 'shooting wild dogs can no longer do so, and the result is that in this district sheep are decreasing and the dingoes increasing. Now, my opinion is that the dog tax should be at least 10s instead of 2s 6d, and the money so raised should be available for the destruction of wild and tame sheep killing brutes. I was thinking that if I could procure two fox-houn...

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

ADVERTISING RATES Small advertisements, 14 words for Is ; every additional seven wonls, 6d. Sales of Stock, Properties, etc., 5s per inch each insertion, with a discount of 20 per cent, for 13 insertions and over ; 40 per cent, for 26 insertions and over ; and 50 per cent, for 52 insertions and over. Business announcements — terms on appli cation. Stock and Station. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE OF OUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION Comprising : — PASTORAL HOLDING, HOMESTEAD LEASES, STOCK, &c. rpHB AUSTRALASIAN MORT I. GAGE and AGENCY COMPANY, Ltd., have received instructions to Sell, at an early date, in such lots as may hereafter be arranged, by Public Auction, The CUTTA15UNDA (COOBUNG) STATION and STOCK, and certain Homestead Leases, of which the following are 3hort particulars : — Homestead Lease, Parishes Alkolia, Burnell, County of Narran, No. 170, 10,240 Acres. Homestead Lease, Parish Wilby, County Narran. No. 173, 10,240 Acres. All that the Leasehold Area of the Past...

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Royal Agricultural Society. A SATISFACTORY STATE OF THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Royal Agricultural Society. A SATISFACTORY STATE OF THINGS. A meeting of the council of the above society was held in Sydney, on Friday, July 3rd, and we would have given some space to it at the time, but it was the week of the sheep show ! A number of things got crowded out about that time, but the reporb of the Royal Agricultural Society was so satisfactory that it deserved more than passing remarks. The report was a statement of revenue and expenditure from October 31st to April 30th, 1896. It showed a total revenue of £8530, principally made up of the following items : — Admission at gates, £4970 ; privi leges, sports, entries, etc., £1514; subscriptions and donations, £1170 ; subsidies, £540 ; special donation from Government, £250 ; and dona tion from New South Wales Govern ment Board of Exports, £50, The expenditure amounted to £8890, chiefly made up of the following items : — Prizes, Metropolitan Show, £1620 ; prizes, Military Tournament, £110; Government special prizes, £30...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

The 'Woolly Festival.' NOW IN THE PRESS. The 1896 edition of the ' Woolly Festival ' will be ready in a few days, and will give a full account of this year's Stud Sheep Sales, and the Sheep Show, together with some illustrated articles by Mr. R. McMillan. The price is ONE SHILLING, and we are takiag orders — accompanied with stamps or P.O.O. — at the 'Sydney Stock and Station Journal ' office, Queen's Place, Sydney. As a pur chaser last year remarked, ' It is an invaluable record, and a very cheap shilling's worth, which every pastora list should get.' Stock Agents' Defence Fund. In reply to a request from the agents, Mr. McMillan has handed over the cash received from the stock owners for the above fund At a meeting held last December the delegates promised to recoup the agents for any expense they were put to in fighting for the resolutions passed by the delegates. The costs incurred came to nearly £300, and the amount received up to date is £69 15s. Herewith are the names of the ...

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SHEEP FOR EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

SHEEP FOR EXPORT. The Government offered a prize of J&50 for the best sheep for export. That was competed for at the last sheep show held in Moore Park, and the results we have published. If any man thinks that the value of the prize was felt at show time he is sorely mistaken, because the real worth of it comes afterwards, when the aheepbreeders discuss the merits of the competing sheep. There were some sheep entered for the Govern ment prize that were adjudged to be quite as good as the winners, but they had too many teeth ! The prize was for six-tooths, and they were showing eight teeth. The full-mouthed sheep, in the opinion of the judges, were quite as good for export) as the six tooths, but. then, the prize was not for fall-mouthed sheep ! It is no use arguing round that point, of course, because the regulations were published long before the show and had to be stuck to. When the smoke has blown a.-. ay and men sit down to discuss the matter calmly, it will be seen tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

TO GRAZIERS. PITT, SON & BADGERY, Ltd. Fat and Store Stock Salesmen. S3rX-3NT3El'S'!f ZKT.JS.'VCr. : We have the WHOLE of the YARDING and WATERING ACCOM MODATION adjoining the FLEMINGTON SALE YARDS. Good and Extensive Paddocks close by. All Quaker Hill Estate and other Fine Paddocks on the road at Bl&cktown. Al' FAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night, by careful 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 STORE STOCK DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Reliable Information Given. ^ESSf j 20 Elicxbitk Sir til, S.ydniy. | Telephone 2139. send caiiitv urnng q T0 your rAULlY WUULO the Lakeside Woolscouring Co. WRIGHT & ABBOTT, WATER RESERVE, BOTANY, Who have the Best Water in the Colony and do uniformly Good Work. Office : 5 SPRING-STREET, SYDNEY. Ban...

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The 1600-Guinea Ram. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

The 1600-Guinea Ram. In a previous issue we published a few remarks about the famous ram '? President.' The following remarks were unfortunately dropped ouc at the time, but they are worth hearing now: — Of a quiet) and contented dis position, he is -i gre:V: 'doer,' a quality that stands him in good stead in his travels, and when being sub jected to the inquisitorial attentions of the hundred and one examiners of his wool. Short in the legs, with but little daylight under him, he weighs heavier than his appjai^uice would suggest, so symmetii-.-ai are his pro portions. His thighs, tail, and folds generally, are the ideal of formation. His wool is bold, bright and dense, with a good staple and tip, wonder fully even all over, ar.d his tleeee will probably cut about; 221bs., a weight not by any means extraordinary, though so brilliant a id good is the quality that its value in the .scoured state would exceed that of heavier cutting rams. Prison Inspector : 'That man over there seems t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

BINCIM, HOLT 4 CO. WOOLBROKERS, Sic. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to us for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, | AJL»O OH SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, &c too. H1NCHCLIFFS WOOL STORES, London Agents : Messrs. E. HOLT & CO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

ADVERTISING RAfES. Jmall advertisements, 14 words for Is ; every additional seven words, 6d. lalea of Stock, Properties, etc., 5s per inch each insertion, with a discount of 20 per cent, for 13 insertions and over ; 40 per cent, for 26 insertions and over ; and 50 per cent, for 52 insertions and over. Jusiness announcements — terms on appli cation. Stock and Station. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE OF 3UTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION Comprising : — PASTORAL HOLDING, HOMESTEAD LEASES, STOCK, &c. f ? T1HE AUSTRALASIAN MORT 1. GAGE and AGENCY COMPANY, Ltd., have eceived Instructions to Sell, at an early date, in such ota as may h.: reafter be arranged, by Public Auction, 'he CUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) 8TATTON and TOCK, and certain Homestead Leases, of which the allowing are short particulars : — [omestead Lease, Parishes Alkolia, Burnell, County of Narran, No. 170, 10,240 Acres, [omestead Lease, Parish Wilby, County Narran, No. 173, 10,240 Acres. 11 that the Leasehold Area of the Pas...

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY, Noon. July 23rd, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday, Noon. July 23rd, 1896. No auction sales have been held daring the week, bat owing to a firm demand ruling, probably a fair quantity of wool has changed hands. Although the sales have not been officially reported, we understand the prices realised show no alteration on those ruling at the commencement of the present mouth. The enquiry is chiefly for good free scoureds. Wool Rales will be held on Wednesday and Thursday next, the 29th mnd 3Utn insts., wnen iu is expected inau ?ome of the new clip will be included, although offerings will not be large. Shear ing is pretty general in the north-western portion of the colony, so that in the course of a few weeks the stores will look busy again ; but large catalogues cannot be looked for until the opening sale, on September 15th, as it will take until about the middle of that month for these far western sheds to get the bulk of their clips warehoused. Present quotations are given approxi mately as follow : — Descr...

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An Important Cattle Shipment. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

An Important Cattle Shipment. The steamer Olitus left Newcastle on Saturday with 260 Durham bulls and a number of sheep for Wyndhain Station, Northern Territory of West ern Australia. The bulls, which are said to be a magnificent lot, were purchased from the A. A. Company at Gloucester by Mr. W. H. Osmond, and are in charge of Mr. A. Campbell, who left the station with them. One hundred tons of lucerne hay for the voyage was purchased from Mr. John Enright, West Maitland, and in addition the steamer has taken 200 tons of coal. Owing to the risk of tick infection, through the vessel having to call at Queensland ports, the long voyage will be made the other way round, by way of West Australia. The station, to which the bulls are consigned, is 180 miles in land from the coast, and is said to be a very fine property. The land is held under a forty years lease at an annual rental of one shilling per square mile, and at tho present time it has a capacity for 35,OoO cattle which are runnin...

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