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CITY YARDS. J. C. Young & Co. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

CITY YARDS. J. C. Young & Co. report Fat Calves. — 215 fat calves yarded this week,2 the bulk of the supply being of medium and inferior quality The market was firm at late rates. Prime heavy weight calves are worth from 35b to 40s, good from 25a to 30s, small good quality to 25s, others from 14b. We sold 31 calves from Tarana, and 13 from the Hunter at top market rates. Fat Pigs. — Fair supplies forward and market very firm for all descriptions. Prime baconerB are worth from 38s to 45s, good from 30s to 35s, light from 25s tid, porkers from 14s to 23s 6d. We Bold 110 pigs as follows : — 75 from the Hunter mak ing to 46s, 3 from Nelson's Plains, averag ing £1 14b lOd, 6 from Oakendale, averag ing 19s, 6 from Seaham, averaging £1 10s 3d. 20 from Booral, averaging 15s 7d. Pros pects are good for next week, and we ad vise owners to send in any pigs they have fit for market. Maiden Bros, report Fat Pigs. — Moderate supplies have come forward since our last report, and although t...

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Forbes and Condobolin. W. K. GARNSEY AND SONS REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Forbes and Condobolin. W. K. GARNSEY and SONS Report— Store Sheep.— We sold for G. M. Gavel, Gulgo, Condobolin, 5000 for ward conditioned wethers ; P. C. Wes ton, Parkes, 2300 wethers; J. E. Rawsthorne, Tomanbil, 1200 wethers. We sold for delivery kC off' the shears ' for Govan, Gilchrisfc and Co , Wee long, 3400 2-tooth wethers ; A. T. Haley, Booberoi, 3000 wethers and 3000 ewes. We delivered for Messrs. Rand, Gavel, Browne, Curby, Ham, Francis, McAneney. Gatenby, Lackey, Gilchrist, Watt and Co., and others 25,140 sheep recently sold by us. Fat Sheep. — Through our Sydney agent, for Thos. Doyle, 510 fat ewes and wethers, and for J. B. Donkin, 500 mixed crossbred hoggets, up to 10s Id, averaging 9s 7d for wethers and 98 3d for ewes. We consigned 200 fat ewes on accounb of J. Dixon Rand, Eulong, to Sydney Meat Works. Fat Cattle, — We delivered a small draft of fats for Thos. Doyle.

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Melbourne Fat Stock Market [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Melbourne Fat Stock Market Tuesday. — In the live stock market to day 19,000 fat sheep were yarded, including about 3000 from New South Wales. A large proportion couHiated of second and in ferior descriptions. Prime crossbred wethers 14a to 16s, good ditto. 12a 6d to 13a 6d. second ditto, Us to 12s, prime crossbred ewes, 12s to 14s, good ditto, 10s 6(1 to Ha 6d, Becond ditto, 8s 6d to 9a 6d, prime merino wethers, 12s 6d to 15a, good ditto 10s 6b to 12a, second ditto 8s to 9s 6d, prime merino 9s 6d to 12s, good ditto 7b 9d to Us, Becond and inferior, 5a 6d, extra crossbreds, 17a to 203, ewes 15b to 16b, few merino, 17s. 4500 fat lambs were penned. Prime sold at 9s 6d to 10a 6d, good 7s 6d to 8s 6d, second 6b to 7s, inferior 5s, extra Hi to 13a, a Bmall draft of thia season's drop sold at 8b 6d. Wbdnxspay. In the Live Stock market to-day 1600 fat cattle were yarded, com prising 250 from New South Wales, 700 from the Upper Murray and North-eastern districts, 450 from Gippsland, and the...

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Country and Intercolonial Maitland E. W. SPARKE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Country aod Intercolonial. Maitland E. W. SPAPvKE Reports— Fat Cattle. — The supply to-day was not above the requirements of the trade. I sold : M. Durack, bullocks at £3 3s ; K. Rigney, do at £5 5s ; T. Nichols, at £2 Is to £3 17s; R. Moore, 1 cow at £2 10s ; C. A. Tay lor, 32 cows at £2 to £3, 5 heifers at £1 13s 6d to£l 19s, 14 bullocks and steers at £2 Is to £3 on; W. J.I Marriott, cows at £1 13s 6d to £2 11s; J. and F. Higgens, 21 bullocks at £2 10s to £4 6s; Aug. Hooke, 44 at £3 Is to £4 ; Theo. Cooper, 30 at at £2 18s to £3 10s 6d ; J. Simpson, 11 cows at £2.0* Gd to £2 3s. Fat Calves. — Light .supply forward. I sold: R. Moore's at 17s; C. A. Taylor, heifers at £1 5s to £[ 8s. Fat Sheep. — Large supply forward. I sold : Weakley Bros., 90 wethers at 6s lOd to 7s 2d ; P. Rafferty, 163 at 9s 8d to 10s 9d; S. Perrett, 186 at 6s lOd to 8s 3d; C. E. Doyle, 40 mixed sheep at 5s 8d to 7s 9d. Fat and Store Pigs. — Light supply forward. I sold : A. Phillips, 2 at 14s to 27s ; R. Watson...

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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

E. RICH & CO., Ltd. Wine, Spirit, and &enepal Merchants. and FORWARDING AGENTS, Suppliers of all STATION REQUISITES. SOLE AGENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES FOR David Storer & Sons' Genuine TATTOO OIL, Black, Blue or Red Pearson's PATENT POLLARD DISTKIBUTOR. 24 and 26 O'CONNELL STREET, Branches: Bourke, Wilcannia, Brewarrina. Wool Stores ; Walgett. FENCING WIRE. WOOLPACKS. WIRE NETTING. SHEEP SHEARS. GALVANIZED WIRE. TWINES GALVANIZED IRON. ROCK and BAG SALT. v^&ftTf N' IQXA RABBIT POISON. A2SV ALSO FISONS Sheep Dip

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

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

Gossip. Mr. John Cash Neild, M.L.A., wrote a book of what he calls 11 poetry.' It's a nicely gotten up book, a very handsome book indeed, but it reminds me of a man who was once criticising a picture. He was a Scotchman, a canny chap, and a fellow had been laying down the beauties of a picture he wished to sell till he was tired. Then he wanted the Scotchman to express an opinion. But he had to ask for ib. Then Duncan said, ' ItJ3 a bonnie frame ! ' Well, that was evidently the way J. 0. Neild's book Btruck our reviewer, and he said so. It's always an ungracious thing — or, as Shakespeare hath it, a ''disgracious' — to slate a man who lives close beside you. That's what some people aay the parsons fail to do. They say soft things to the men who sit in their pews, who are villians of the deepest dye, bub they give the defunct Sad ducees fibs. They fairly scarify the long-perished Babylonians, but they never say a wrong word to the men who sell bad whisky. Maybe there's Borne truth in...

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

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTHS. JTEWMAN.— July 8th, at her residenoo, Birralee. Coorparoo, Brisbane, the wife of Randall C. K. Newman, of a daughter ? fAYTEN.-July 13th, ut Richmond Vil!a. Campbell town, Mrs. Alfred Rose Payt.en, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. 8ANT — DRYBROUGH. — July ioth, 1896, at St. Jude's Church, Bowral, by the Kev. O. D'Arcy Irrine, Edward Isaac, second son of Mr. Sant, Picton, to Mary Gilleapie, widow of the late David Drybrough, Sydney. TOMK1NS— M'MANUS. — July 9th. at 8t. Jude's Church, Bowral, by the Rev. J. D'Arcy Iivine. Edwin Sheppard Tomkins, son of George Toni kina, Esq , of Mt. Irvine, to Eilen Maude (Nellie), third daughter of the late John M'Manus, Esq., of Piambong, near Mudgee. DEATHS. TREWEEKE — July 20th, at Orange, suddenlj, Frederick Treweeke. MILLS,— July 10th, at his residence, Blacktown, John Mills, in his 77th year, formerly of Huddersfield, England

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

YOUNG GENTLEMAN, with four years' experience outtle station Queens .and, wisht'B to gain experience on sheep station in New South Wales. Not ulfaiil of work. Excellent referenced. Apply— 'J. \V.,» Cure of 11. M. SUTTOH and CO., ?Sydney.

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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

Outside Sales. PURE STOCK. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report Having sold, on account of C. Morris Simpson, Stonehenge, the imported C-ydes- dale stallion Macintosh, the purchaser being Ghas. Binnie, of 4D Station, Quirindi ; account of Walter Douglas, Inveralochy, one stud Shorthorn bull ; account L. C. West, Brewongle, 20 Shropshire rama ; account T. F. Rutledge, Werrooggurt, Victoria, 100 pure Lincoln rams ; account Mackinnon Bros., Marida Yallock, 60 pure Lincoln rams ; account Executors late Thomas Miller, Wanganella, 40 first-stud rams at four guineas and 20 stud reserves at six guineas per head ; account A. A. Co., Warrah, 130 flock rams to Rogers Bros., Ulimambri, and 60 flock rams to Charles Baldwin, Durham Court. July 23rd, 1896.

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Veterinary Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Veterinary Association. The ordinary monbhly meebiug of the Veterinary Medical Associabion was held on Monday evening, 13th insi , there being present — Messrs. J. Stewart (President), E Stanley, J. D. and J. M. Stewait, IS. U. fottie, a: u. Stewart, S. T. D. Symons and A. P. Gribben (Secretary). Mr. W. T. Kendall, M.R.C.V.S., Principal of bhe Melbourne Veteriuary College was welcomed as a visitor, and in reply referred to professional matters in the colonies, and dealt at length with the tick question, poisoning of cattle by eating phosphorised rabbits, blind ness ia horses, malarial fever, etc., urging that these several diseases should be thoroughly investigated. It was resolved to address che Minist-sr for Agriculture on the ad visibility of experimentally proving whether rams were rendered impotent by the removal of the worm. Several matters in connection with stock ioterests were discussed and the meeting then adjourned till August 10th after an interesting and pleasant evenin...

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

Maiden Bros, report— Having sold on account of Burrow Bros., Bunna Buna, tbe following fat sheep : 2500 xbred ewes and wethers, 2000 merino wethers, 1600 merino ewea. Station Sale. Trebeck. Son and Co. repo*?» Having sold the Balgay Station, near Dan daloo, comprising 1400 acres of conditional purchase, 1920 acres of conditional lease, 33,000 acres leasehold, together with the sheep, cattle, horses, etc. Purchaser, P. H. O-3borne, Esq. Grain, &c. Hill, Clark and Co. report— The market during the past week has been characterised by considerable de pression in all lines, prices peisisteutly re ceeding all through the week. The arrivals of fodder for the Rcdfern auctions have been very heavy for this period of the year, much being only of inferior to medium quality which ha8 suffered more than really prime for which there is always a fair demand. We quote a3 under : Wheat. — New .Soutti Walts milling. No business doing upon which to base values, nominally, they rule from 4s Id ...

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Tick! Tick! Tick! SOME VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Tickl Tick! Tick! SOME VIEWS.] (By The Globe Trotter.) Says the editor to me, says he, ' Do I you jHcnow anything about ticks,' he I says.' Says I to him, I says, ' No,' | says I, so he was going to leave it at ithat, but, says he, ' Do you know as I much about ticks as the fellows who I send the telegrams % ' Says I, ' I 5 should smile.' So now I've got to - write what I know, and that's not : much, but still it's more than some of ' the fellows know who set up for l authorities, and you'll know what I vi mean by the time you've finished thi3 *i article, and that's more than you do j'f when you finish some articles. :1 A man said to me the other day, j ' That blooming ' Stock and Station ; Journal ' ought to be dipped ; it's fairly lv crawling with ticks.' Well there has --? been a good deal about ticks in it, ..'? because it's an important subject to stockowners, and this paper is run in '.' the interest of 'sich.' That's why there's been S3 much tick in it. When the tick first be...

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Meteorological Return for N.S.W. Rainfall for week ending and including Thurs[?] Remarks. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Meteorological Return for N.S.W. lalnfall for week ending and in olmdlnr Thurs- Bmftriu. Stations. aav,JUi7», ». n^smimfrmmm Albury ? ~ 0-41 Armidale ? l*l« Balranald ? 0*07 Bathurut ? 0*15 Bendemeer ... «. 0*M Bingara ... ~ ~ 04» Bodalla ... - - *30 Bombala ? 045 Bourko ? 0.01 Bowral ? - 0'5T Braidwood ? 0-11 Brewarrina ... «-. °*0J Broken Hill ? 0* Bundarra ? 0-92 Camden Haren ? 0-88 Capo St. George ? 2*1$ Carooar ? 0'2« Caeino ? *'09 CassilU ... ... ... 0-74 Clarence Heads ? 162 Cobar ... ? O'H , Condobolin ? 0-20 Cooma ? 051 Coonabarabran ? 0*87 Cooimmblc ? 0-36 lltli Cowia j.. ?? ?? 0-16 ' ' )udgelico ? ? 0'lk JDeniliquin .. ?? 0*20 Dubbo . .. .-. 0*31 E-ien .. . ?? 0 34 Euston .. .. .. 0*42. Forbes . . .. ... 0* Gabo Island .. ?? 0'62 Oermanton '.. .. 0'31 Glen Innes ... .. I'll Goulburn ? 0*17 Gr fton ? 0-60 Gulgong .. ... -. 0'43 Gunnedah .. ? 0'M Hay .. .. .. 0'21 Hillston ? 0 18 Inverell .. .. .. 0*88 Jerry's Plains .. .. 0-26 Katoomba .. ..0-20 Kompeey „. .. 092 Kiandra ....

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

Our Dip is the Best i OF course that is what we all say ; I-u1 see unsolicited Testimonials regarding MURTON'8, Or Enquire Direct of the MANY SATISFIED USERS. ? I i In this case, strange to say, the CHEAPEST! IS ALSO THE BEST! ' PITT, SON and BADGERY, Ltd.) Sole Aoenis. DOTJGH ON TICKS A Coonamble squatter writes : — ' Last shearing I dipped every sheep on the station with Murton's Dip, and as regards killing the ticks, etc., and improving the CON DITION OF THE WOOL, I am more thaii satisfied with it, so that if I dip again bhis year I shall use it, and will send you thel order in due course. As I dipped the sheep straight from the shearing board it had, rather a severe lest, but I am pleased to say that I have never since seen the sign of 'a] tick on any of the sheep.' And this is the cheapest dip, too. J PITT, SON and BALGERY, Ltd, I Agents. DIRECTIONS HOW TO USE MURTON'S DIP. PRACTICAL INFORMATION. RESULTS OF EXPERIENCE, 1. FOR LONGWOOL SHEEP use th* Dip in 200. 2. FORMERINOandOL...

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

Hkrbjskt H. Brown. H W. Buck. Wk. Dawbow HERBERTS. BROWN & CO. LAND, STOCK, STATION AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Melbourne Chambers, 89 PITT STREET, SYDNEY^ All Land and Mining Matters atten ed to. Advances on Properties. Appeals Conducted under the Land Tax. Contractors' Agents. Prompt Attention to all Matters. Land Valuator*. V/RESIDENTS IN \^ X COUNTRY \T f % Who desire to pro- ^r % ? f cure genuine and aT fj j durable material, as well as good fitting and Stylishly made Suits, should write for Patterns to THOMSON, GATES & GO, MERCHANT TAIt,OR§ AND GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTERS, PITT STREET, SYDNEY. We forward Splendid Selection of Patterns ant and easy Self Measure Forms, with Fashion Plato and Tape Measure NB.-MERCERY DEPARTMENT- OoodlftOB Boat Makera, Including Dr. Jaeger'a Ututaav W6BJT. '' ' ?

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

QUIBELL'S DIPS to the FRONT, POISONOUS AND NON-POISONOUS, LIQUID, PASTE, AND POWDER, Are the Cheapest, Best, and Most Reliable. LARGELY INCREASES THE CLIP AT SHEARING. ?^JTTnRSSsysi'a and The Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd., 13 Phillip-st, Sydney.) SPECIAL AGENTS FOR MESSRS. QUIBELL BROS., OF NEWARK, ENGLAND. j THE MISFIT PARLOR (REGISTERED). The Most Wonderful Organization in Australia. To form an idea of some of the MARVELLOUS BARGAINS to be obtained please read the following : — £2 BALE. MY WONDERFUL £2 BALE. Comprising one COMPLETE SITI' OF CLOTHES, out of the Best Material, any size /-)!% 2 Outcrshirts (White or Colored) XT'/ 2 Undershirts (Flannel or otherwise: jy/i C Pairs Men's Socks, 2 Neckties 2 Collars a llandkerchiels, l set studs r\ f\ 1 Hat (cither Soft or Hard Felt JLt ?/ 1 Pair Braces or Belt dJiJ 1 Pair Boots or Shoes A Gentleman's RIG-OUT from Head to Foot for £2 (two pounds). M\ WONDERFUL £1 BALES. No. 1. — MY DRESS BALE contains 3 Dresses and Linings as follow...

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

Sale of Tickets to the Recent Stud Sheep Sales. The Hon. Secretary, Mr. F. A. Boyce, reports on behalf of the Stud Sheep Salesmen — Goldsbrough, Morfc and Co., Ltd., ; Weaver and Perry ; Hill, Clark and Co., (in conjunction with Powers, Rutherford and Co., of Melbourne) ; Pitt, Son and Badgery; and Warden Harry Graves and Son (in conjunction with the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co.,) — that 1087 tickets were sold, pro ducing £135 17s 6d ; cost of printing £3 5s 9d. The nett. proceeds, £132 11s 9d, have been distributed amongst the following charitable institutions, viz., Hospital Saturday Fund £100 ; Ashfield Infants' Home £22 11s 9d ; City Night Refuge and Soup Kitchen, £5 and the Civil Ambulance Trans port Brigade £5. Notice to Corres pondents. The editor being away at the Hay Show, answers to recent correspon dents must necessarily be left oVer this week. Highland Bull Wanted. TTNDERSIGNED have Buyer for a Pure U HIGHLAND BULL. A Yearling preferred. Prompt particulars ...

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