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

Adelaide Fat Stock Market. Wednesday.— Messrs. Elder, Smith and and Co. report : — Fat rattle : 670 yarded, the bulk of which was in good trade order. 360 were Queenslanders, 200 came from th« north of this colony, and the balance from the south-east. Good station beef, 22s 6d per 1001b. We sold 200 cattle. Sheep: 11,500 penned, including all qualities Graziers only operated slightly, and 2300 sheep were left unsold. Prime wethers 13s, prime ewes l')e. We sold 2500.

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

White Tropo Helmets, 158. 6d. White Kapri, dble. pat. air-chamber, 218. Post free. Gent's Terai Hat, 9a. 6d., lla. 6d., 13s. 6d. Post free. B. MOUNTCASTLE & SONS, 332 GEORGE-ST., SYDNEY. Queen-st., Brisbane.

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

BAKER'S STAG HANDLE SHEPHERD'S OLASP KNIFE, for Lamb Tailing, etc. 21s. per dozen, post free. Sample one for 2s., post free. Illustrations and prices of BAKER'S CUTLERY SPECIALITIES, post free. 'VI7', J3KTO- BAKIER, Cutler, 3 J-gTrnsncER, S^E'JEfcEE'a?', S^g-pigE-g WINTEE FURS! WINTER FURS! PHILIP LAWRENCE, 20 hunter street, Furrier, by Special Appointment, to His Excellency the late Sir Robert Duff, G.C. M.G., and preceding Governors. At the above Central Address can be 3een the Largest, Moat Choice and Varied Assort ment of FUR GOODS, consisting of BUTTERFLY CAPES, ID A LI IS VICTORIAS BOAS, RUGS, MATS, etc. ' v^-LKJtx-L^i- ALTERING and RENOVATING all kinds of Furs to the Latest Fashion a Speciality. Ladies and Gentlemen about visiting Europe are invited to inspect his LARGE and VARI ??? D STOCK. RUGS, MATS, FURS, etc., in all kinds of Australian Skins, Ready-made and Made to Order. A Large Assortment of Island and New Guinea Curios, Weapons, and Native Birds. ARTISTICALLY CARVED ...

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

O A T T L E .521 cattle yarded. There was a good attendance of buyers, and competition was brisk, especially for prime quality, which was scarce, and values showed a slight improve ment on late ruling rates, market having an upward tendency. Best }beef worth IU. per lOOlbB. QUOTATIONS : Beat pens of bullocks £5 10s to £5 143 fair to good pens of bullooks £4 10s to £5 Medium pen* of bullooks £3 10s to £4 Good yards of cows £3 5s to £3 14b Fair yards of cows £2 15s to £3 Inferior and calves at proportionate rates. WOi*. DlflrtOBIPTION. OWNIB8. AVKRAOK BEMABKa * a. d. 9 bullocks... J. W. and J. A. Luke ... 5 12 0 ...rail, Jennings 10 bullocks... Estate late R. Glasson ... 5 10 0 ...rail, Blayney 20 bullooks... Steel Beveridge |... 5 8 5 ...rail, Trangie 5 bullocks... Western Agents ... 4 14 0 ...rail, Orange 21 bullocks... John Arndell ... 4 7 10 ...rail, Narrabri 48 bullocks... W. A. Gardiner ... 4 6 0 ...rail, Wellington 15 bullocks... J. W. Browne ... 4 4 0 ...rail, Breeza 1 4 bullo...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1896. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Ifametalt Jtoi J£iM %%lt%- The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of S7DNEY. THURSDAY. JULY 23, 1896. SHEEP. 44,232 Sheep penned, there being a large percentage of ewes forward. The market ?pened brisk to a large attendance of buyers, the Sydney Meat Preserving Co. purchasing largely, as also did the buyers for export purposes, who secured most oi the prime lots, and values generally were very firm at late quotations. 561b. wethers, with good skins, worth 10s 6d to 11s. Lambs were in short Bupply, strong demand, and prices firmer throughout. QUOTATIONS : Prime xbred wethers 11s 7d to 12s 6d Good xbred wethers 10a to 10s 6d Fair to medium 8s 7d to 9s I Prime merino wethers 10s 8d to 11s Id | Good merino wethers 9s 6d to 10s Fair to medium wethers 7s 6d to 8s 6d Prime xbred ewes 8s lid to 9s 5d Extra prime merino ewes 8s 6d to 9s 3d Good to prime merino ewes 7b 9d to 8s Medium merino ewes 6s 6d to 7s Best lambs 9s 6d to 9s 3d Fair to good lambs 7s 6d to 8s 6d Age...

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

\. 28 CASTLEREAGH STREET,' ^V. Mr, ^^VSHEEP AND °ATTLE SALEsHZd^i fcC*V '^S # ^ ' HOMKBUSH .very Monday and Thursday. ^ rHj*?i^^k '^VPIQ SALES conducted at City Yarda fr. A. ^s. M_9 Jk V *T«yTaeBd»y, W«dawday and Trlday. j-,%Te i^^/^m x?ALFSALES'YeryW^'-diiy' . ^Jfe ^ ~ %? 7^ ^/|# Ns, HORSES * Oamp.cd.Kr HENDERSON BEOS., 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS SHJBJBP AJ¥J- CATTLE ftAXJEfeUEJEJtf. VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED Good Paddock Accommodation for Stock at Homebush. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PBBSONAL ATTENTION. Account Sales Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale; WARDEN HARRY GRAVES AND SON. TjlXTENSIVE Paddock Accommodation, for the reception of Stock, both at Homebush Hi and Blacktown. An efficient staff always at Homebash to receive Stock the instant «f ita arrival any hour of day or night. All Stock inspected by ourselves personally before Sale, and drafted when deemed advisable, and sold by ourselves personally. ...

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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

DR. ARTHUR J. COTTEE, DENTIST (PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY, PHILADELPHIA), 287 ELIZABETH ST., SYDNEY.

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

Forbes P. A. and H. Association. annualTshow. AUGUST 6th and 7th, 1896. \ LIBERAL PRIZES, HUNTING, JUMP- I ING and TROTTING CONTESTS. 1 1 ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 1st, at I 10 p.m. I Catalogues and all information supplied on [I application to the Secretary. el Cheap Excursion Trains from Bathurat, || Dubbo, Cowra and intermediate Stations. -| W. G. DOWLING, Hon. Sec. I Temora P. A. H, and I. Association. I mHE ABOVE SHOW will take j _1_ place on the \ I 26th & 27th August, 1896- ;: ENTRIES CLOSE ON I Wednesday, August 19th, !- at 6 o'clock. ;| SCHEDULES and ENTRY FORMS on application ;| to the Secretary. J W. EL TUBMAN, Secretary. 1 NORTEERN AGRICULTURAL \ ASSOCIATION. \ Singleton Show. 19th and 20tli August. INTENDING Exhibitors are re I quested to take particular notice that ALL I ENTRIES CLOSE on WEDNESDAY, 5th AUGUST. :j This applies to Exhibits competing for Frizes as ?well I as Extra Exhibits, non-competitive. I NoJI'rinted Entry Forms are used by this Associa- I tion. Pr...

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

6 O'CONflELL STREETi Stock and Station Agents. Fat Stock and Horse Salesmen* Assistant Salesman - - - J. J. ECWELL. Our Paddocking and Watering Accommodation at Homebush and Blacktown for Fat Stock is Unrivalled. c X2KT8X^EICI^XfXO'E£r 3EJM VJL'XalJX-. BRANCH OFFICE at MT7SWELLBROOK. UNDBB THE MANAGKMKNT OF T&TEL. 3E3. iEEiEO-Q-IESj&rSg. tS^EO^L FACILITIES offered for the HANDLING and DISPOSAL oi STORE CATTLE. & i% ORPINCTONS. 1 « V / ft\ Jtl^liti?^ % THE BEST U1TLITY FOWL, mature quickly, : 'wk A TlWs—^^^^^HV'i ? easy to rear and hardy, and excellent layers. - Mlh ' ' \^ K i \}4«^§^^--:\^i&' ? '.-?/ My birds have won since first time of exhibiting, last year, : ?ffl^^\\^^^Hv^W--.:/ the following prizes :- fSmmffWl ' ? ? i-'SVvH^ '^K'H-'i 1895— AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.- 2 Birds, 1st and V.II.O. Wftlm$M^^^£%^ N.8.W, P., D. an-l P. SOCIETY. -1st, Special, and Challenge liiP^PWi'*i^:W for Cocks; V.H.C., Hens; 3rd and V.I1.C , Cockerels; '? Wtt ^W&S^...

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Frozen Meat in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

Frozen Meat in London. Messrs. J. H. Geddes, Birt and Co., Ltd., write: — f- We 'are in receipt of the following cablegram from our Lon don house bearing upon the sales of Australian frozen meat : — ' Prices practically unchanged since date of our last advice. Our last advice was hinds, 2 ll-16d per lb., fores, 1 3-164 per lb., mutton, 2|d per lb.' \

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The Tick Plague. LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

The Tick Plague. LATEST NEWS. Professor Robert Wallace, of the University of Edinburgh, who is visit ing Melbourne, stated to-day in re ference to the tick pest that he was of opinion that dipping cattle in oil did a great deal of good, but could not be depended upon as the sole measure of cure and prevention. The best remedy would be found in stringent quarantine regulations. Professor Wal lace says he will attend the forthcom ing conference in Sydney if he is wanted, and give all the information he can. Brisbane. The stock inspector at Herberton wires that a constable shot a carpet snake 16ft. long which was literally covered with true cattle ticks. An Ingharn telegram states that ticks are still in evidence, but dipping seems to have stopped the mortality among the cattle affected. Lodth. A species of tick has been playing sad havoc among the hen-roosts here abouts during the pasfc few months, and some anxiety is felt as to whether these ticks are similar to the Queens land ticks...

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

Stock Routes. At the Pastoralists' Conversazione given by the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. in Sydney, on July 9bh, Mr. C. S. Hebden read a paper on ''.Rabbits and Stock Routes.' Wn would likfi to have feDroduced the paper as it was a very able one. At present we can only give two criticisms made at the close of the paper. We take these from the Pas toralists' Review : — 'The Hon. G. H. Cox, M L.C., said : ' I intend to confine my remarks to only one phase of the question, and that is with reference to the stock routes. I had the honor some eight years ago to^inspect, under Royal Com mission, a large number of tanks and wells in the west. A greab deal of money had been spent, and I say that, however the expenditure of the Government may have been jus tified in providing water, water without grass is useless. Travelling stock cannot live on water alone. This is a subject which requires legislation, but I admit that there are many diffi culties in the way. The stock route...

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

Forthcoming Sales, etc. All 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 aheep, 100 cattle, and 50 horses. Further particulars And date of sale will be shortly advertised. iVlessrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., of Sydney, advertise in another column the sale of four stallions of the famous. Olden burgh coaching breed. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd. , have for sale 750 store bullocks, from Mount Enniskillen, Tambo. The station known as Coppymurrumbil, situated in the Gwydir district, is adver tised for sale. It comprises 33,793 acres, with about 41,000 sheep and 600 head of cattle. Apply J. C. Young and Co., Sydney, or Cohen and Rose, Moree. Messrs. Cumings and Co., of Queensland, have for sale Yancho Station, situated 100 miles f...

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The Board of Advice. A TRAGIC ITEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

The Board of Advice. A TRAGIC ITEM. By 'Gossip.' On July 2nd, Lord Hampden, the Governor of New South Wales, in vited the delegates to the Stock Boards' Conference to dinner at Government House. It; was an ex | ceedingly gracious thing to do, and the delegates appreciated the. Gover nor's action very heartily. His Ex cellency sat at the middle of the table with Mr. W. H. Walker on his right, and Mr. H. S. Badgery on his left. At one end of the table sat Captain Ferguson, and I sat next bo him. On my lefb sab Mr. F. Treweeke, bhe delegate from the Bathursb board. You know how I felt about this meet ing. How glad I was that wo had dropped our little strifes and had come together as men, bo bry and pull all one way for bhe general good. When I opened bhe ' Herald ' on Tuesday morning, here was an item that caught my eye : — ' Orange, Monday. ' A terribly sudden death occured at the Royal Hotel to-day. At a meeting held to arrange a testimonial to Mr. John Lane, the retiring police magi...

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

BERGL & BRPlBBIN flare pleasure ha announcing to the PMtoralLata of New Sontb Wale* and Queenwland that they Are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account either -A BOWEN or GLADSTONE (Q.), or *t SYDNEY, and they have no henitau.* in taying that they are able to TREAT STOCK ON THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. REGULAR MONTHLY 8HIPMENT8 DIRECT. For Particulars apply to— BERGL and BRABBIN, O1TY BP^K s^tbe^DNEv. Meat Works, BOWEN (Q.), Meat Works. GLADSTONE (Q.).

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

SOME WINTER CLOTH ES. It is admitted on all hands that such things are desirable, that as the temperature gets lower and the air less genial something warmer should be worn. And so when the colder weather comes, folk begin to cast about, to rub their noses, so to speak, against the various tailore' windows, and, in a fashion, to go into committee of ways and me ins. Ono man has THIS to spend, while another has THAT ; one fancies a loud style of a kind that takes a couple of suits to show the design because of the largeness of the pattern, whilst others, of retiring disposition and quiet character, seek something in the way of a PEPPER and SALT mixture, a neat check, or a cloth of more or less sombre shade. And the majority of men in quest of WINTER CLOTHES make their way, allow us to say, wisely, to ANTHONY HORDERN'S, where the choice is unlimited, the patterns ever so varied, and the price extremely low. The following are made of WINTER WEIGHT SERGERETTE. and offer splendid example...

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A Stock Agents' License. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

A Stock Agents' License. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — With regard to the subject on which I wrote you some lime ago, viz., ' Stock Agent's License,'' which I am glad has elicited a good deal of correspondence. It appears to me that little or nothing will come of it, unless we take some further steos to work the matter up. I have carefully read the many able letters which you kindly published, and on the whole they undoubetdly prove the matter to be a general grievance. I wish, therefore, to submit to fellow agents that something may be done it' the genuine ones in the different towus would use their influence with the members for their district, and repre sent the matter in irs t.rue light through that medium; if, ?.??. ould nut then be long before the questiou would be brought before the House and would be strongly supported. The proposal thnt agents should meet is hardly practicable, uor would it advance things very much, uult-ss there was a difference auioug them...

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The Stockowners' Advisory Board. INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 July 1896

The Stockowners' Advisory Board. INTERESTING CORRESPON DENCE. The following letter appeared in the 'Sydney Morning Herald ' some time ago : — ' TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' HERALD.' ' Sir, — I see from a recent issue of your journal that delegares repre senting some of the Pastures and Stock Protection Boards have elected nine of their number as a Central Board of Advice. Of course such an election can have no legal locus standi, as no Bill or Act of Parliament yet exists authorising such a committee. If the Minister takes it upon himself to recognise such interim committee the consent of unrepresented boards should be tirst obtained. ' It seems to me that the en thusiasm evolved by the sheep sales has been productive of some haste in this matter. The Minister prior to such steps being taken has had a measure in hand dealing wilh the appointment of a central advisory cominitteu. Now, what I wish to point out is this : Suoh a body, to be of any efficient use to the pastoralists, must be on...

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

Of the world- wide craze of 'Trilby' The people soon must ill he9 And the world's great cure then will be The famous ' GKW OF GILBSY.' -

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