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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

FISONS' SHEEP DIP MANUFACTURED BY THE CHEMICAL UNION, LTD., IPSWIOH, ENGLAND. PRICE, 70s. per CASE, Free on Rail or Boat, Sydney. AQENT3 FOR NEW SOUTH WALKS E. RICH & CO., Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

NOTICE. Letters for publication and literary com munications should be addressed to the EDITOR. Advertisements, auhsmptious, and all businesas communications ahould be addressed to the MANAGER.

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The Tick Plague. NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF THE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

The Tick Plague. NEWS FROM THE SEAT OF THE TROUBLE. Mr. L. K. Uhr informs the ' Towns ville Star' that the Ibis is among the birds which are partial to the cattle tick. The other dny he noticed a dead beast absolutely covered with ticks, and an ibis was so busy break fasting upon the insects that it heeded not the approach of Mr. Uhr, who was thus enabled to watch the proceed ings for some little time. When the bird did fly away Mr. Uhr noted that it had cleared a space about 6in. square on the carcase. Although, according to report, ticks are not so bad as they were in some districts, there is, Mr. Uhr considers, no lessen ing of the plague around Townsville. The Brisbane Chief Inspector of Stock received the following letter from Mr. W. II. L. Tinrnton, Tower Hill, on Lansborough Crrek, Mitchell districo on July 18th: -- ' Yea terday, while branding 124 calves, I found ticks on four of them, in different stages of growth. The camp was quite clean in March, and a? no travelling sto...

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Buck-Jumping. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Buck-Jumping. The Forbes P., A. and H. As sociation, are going to give special prizes for the best exhibition of buck jump riding. The first prize is £4 4s ; the second is £1 Is. It will draw. It will make gate money. The show is on August 6th and 7th, and we'd like to be there.

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THE STOCK ROUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

THE STOCK ROUTES. The pastoralist of New South Wales has depended on his Parliamentary representative for a fair hearing in the Legislative Chamber. Because the stock owner did that, the ' Diseased Animals and Meat Act' of 1892 became law. It was an infamous law, an unjust law, a stupid law. It made men liable to punishment for an offence of which they were perfectly innocent. It made a stockowner in, say, the Paroo liable to heavy fine for a beast that contracted disease long after it left his run, when her could not possibly have control over it. If the country is to be protected in its eating and drinking let the country pay for it, but there's no sense in penalising an innocent stockowner, or an equally innocent butcher. The stupid Act of 1892 has left us hi that fix. When the writer of this article went to consult a country member about that Bill, he had apparently never heard of it, yet He was a member when it was passed. Bte was sent to the House by stock owners to look after...

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Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Rabbits. It is gratifying, in the face of other evils — ticks, low prices, marsupials, and dingoes — to find that the rab bit plague is being placed fairly within bounds. The activity dis played last year in dealing with the rabbits may be credited in the main with the effectual check to the plague, but Dame Nature, with her heat wave and dry weather, has done her share. We have before us the annual report of the Chairman of the Maranoa Rabbit Board, and it is the most hopeful piece of reading pastoralists in the south-west have had for a long time. Mr. Fletcher, the chairman, considers that the traces of the rabbits are no more numerous now in the southern portion of the district than they were a year ago, this being due to the numerous cross fences, which check the course of the rabbit east and force him north, and also to the work of destruction carried on by some of the large stations, notably Thurulgoonci, Fern lee, Woolerma, Cubbie and Noondoo. Mr. Fletcher says that on the mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

TO GRAZIERS. PITT, SON & BADGERY, Ltd. Fat and Store Stock Salesmen, We have the WHOLE of the YARDING and WATERING ACCOM MODATION adjoining bhe FLBMINGTON SALE YARDS. Good and Extensive Paddocks close by. All Quaker Hill Estate and other Fine Paddocks on the road at Bl&cktowB. Al FAT STOCK received ami attended to any hoar, cfov or n.igrht, by carsfnl men exclusive!* in on- ^n rtvuploy. Our Mr. BADGERY conducts STOCK SA.LES 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 ;STOOK DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, &nd Reliable Information Given. JgE i a. p. QnjjLiL^.., jc.%.4.i-j., I Ww\TStBm i I ^K35p J £9 Elizabeth Strict, Sydnty, 1 Telephone 2139. THE SYDNEY Stock s Station Journal CONTAINS THE OFFICIAL REPORTS FROM THE FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY. TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1896. AFTER ALL -^^^CT J--— ^ — IS THE BEST.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT. Weekly List of the Newest Publications JUST RECEIVED PER MAIL STEAMEK. Price includes postage ; all volumes are in cloth, unless otherwise described. Buchan's, Robert, Effie Hetherington, '''' paper 3s St. Aubyn's Tragic Honeymoon, boards 2s 6d Kenealy's Some Men are Such Gentlemen, boards 2s 6d Andrew's A Vanished Emperor, paper 3s Dick Donovan's Riddles Read : Detective Stories, boards 2s 6d The Stanley of the Turf : Reminiscencea of an Australian Sportsman, by J. Snowy, boards 3s Marcua Clark's Heavy Odds, paper 3s Wynnum, by J. D. Hennessey, 4s R. L. Stevenson's Weir of Hermiston, 6s 6d Our Widow, by Florence Warden, paper 3s Send Postal Notes (payable to Wm. 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 meanB mails are delivered from rail or steamer to residence — whether ...

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Queensland Tick and Texan Fever. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Queensland Tick and Texan Fever. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I was in hopes that Mr. Griffiths, before closing his admirable letter, would suggest some way out of the difficulty of a quarantine. A plea of mere compassion is useless, for Aus tralian official*} are being called upon to check an absolute conflagration. Queensland owners themselves admit an alarming death rate, and the otnciais concerned nave not as yet nit on any perfect method of cure or pre vention, for they have despatched one of their scientists to America, and this of itself is a grave action. Of course, the method of dipping is a mistake ; you cannot mix water and oil, and the time allowed is too short, hence this old dip won't last over three days in the hot season, but animals properly dipped would last all the season. The death rate, however, cannot be abolished by dipping. You may reduce it, but so long as Texan fever produces specific disease of the liver, spleen and menentery, something mo...

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Diseased Animals Condemned. RETURN FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Diseased Animals Condemned. RETURN FOR JUNE. The following return of diseased animals, meat), and dairy cattle con demned and destroyed during June, 1896, has been supplied by the Board of Health : — ,. Abattoir, Glebe Island. — bullocks, slaughtered 4968, condemned as diseased 33, percentage '664 ; calves, slaughtered 802. condemned as bruised or unfit for food 96, percent age 11-97; cows, slaughtered 1306, condemned as diseased 33, percent tage 2-52 ; pigs, slaughtered 5705, condemned as diseased 200, percentage 3-505, condemned as bruised or unfit for food 2, percentage .0505 ; sheep, slaughtered 92,244, condemned as diseased 1, percentage 001. Total, slaughtered 105,025, condemned as diseased 267, condemned as bruised or unfit for food 98. Quarters con demned as bruised, etc., 4. Flemington Sale Yard. — Bullocks, tuberculosis 7, actinomycosis 3, cancer 1, total 11, offered for sale 8466 ; cows, tuberculosis 1, total 1. Totals, tuberculosis 8, actinomycosis 3, cancer 1, total 12,...

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Sheep Dogs. CLEVER CANINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Sheep Dogs. CLEVER CANINES. Those who visited the recent sheep show in Sydney and witnessed the sheep-dog trials must have been struck with the wonderful sagacity and almost human intelligence of the dogs. To the people of the country, perhaps, the sight was not an unusual one, but the people of the city were greatly surprised to find that a dog could do more in penning sheep in ten minutes than a man could do in double the time. But it is not in Australia where the sheep-dogs are seen at their best. Here the drover takes the place of the dogs to a great extent, and he is not called upon to exercise more than half the intelli gence and sagacity he is capable of. In Scotland, however, it would be utterly impossible to raise sheep with out them. There one dog is worth 50 men in taking care of sheep. A shepherd will take care of a thousand or three thousand sheep, and he takes three dogs, one behind them and one at each side. They will keep their places for the whole day, but when the ...

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Some High Prices for Rams in Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Some High Prices for Rams in Great Britain. A correspondent writes to the 'Field' asking for information as to the highest prices paid for a single ram — irrespective of breed — in Great Britain during the last ten years. The ' Field ' in its reply says :— ' It is difficult on short notice to furnish an absolutely reliable answer to a question of such scope, but in so far as a hurried scan of the scant and widely scattered records of the public sales and memory serves us, the Shropshire breed enjoys the honour of heading the list. The highest price ever paid for a single ram of this breed was 250gs, a sum which was realised for the four-shear ram Don caster Royal, bred and bought back by Mr. W. F. Inge. The same sheep fetched 200gs, when the late Mr. Graham bought him as a shearling. Last year Mr. A. E. Mansell obtained 230gs for a shearling of the same breed, the buyer being Mr. P. L. Mills. Mr. Mansell likewise realised 200g8 for a ram of a similar age — Double First— in 1894; and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Stock and Station. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE OF OUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION Comprising : — PA8TORAL HOLDING, HOMESTEAD LEASES, STOCK, &c. mHE AUSTRALASIAN MORT JL GAGE and AGENCY COMPANY, Ltd., have received instructions to Sell, at an early date, in such lots as mayh-reafter be arranged, by Public Auction, The CUTTAUUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION and 8TOCK, and certain Homestead Leases, of -which the following are short 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 Pastoral Holding known as Coobung, No. 2U2, situated in the Western District of the Colony of New South Wale?, STOCK as Follows. About 20,000 Sheep, of mixed ages and sexes, about 100 Cattle, and about 50 Horses. Further particulars of date and place of sale, &c, will be shortly advertised, and in the meantime in tending purchasers can obtain fur...

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ADVERTISING RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

ADVERTISING RATES. Small advertisements, 14 words for Is ; every additional seven words, 6d. Soles 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.

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Narrandera Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Narrandera Show. This famous show comes off next week, and it'3 a grand show, too, for the Narrandera men are a fine crowd. Their only drawback is their quiet, temperate hospitality. It's worth a man's while to go there to see the ' boys.' They know how to treat strangers. We've been there before, i and still would go ! We're going, too

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The "Woolly Festival." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

The 'Woolly Festival.' The advance orders for our annual publication have been so large and gratifying that we are making a new departure. We are going to bind a few in cloth boards and will send them out at 2s 6d post free. It pays us better to sell the paper covers at one shilling, but we are willing to go with out a profit in this case. When we have a large sale for them in stiff covers, we'll make money on them, at half a crown, but this year we won't. But the idea is a good one, so come on.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

Herbert II, Brown. H^ W. Buck. Wm. Dawson 2HERBERTH. BROWN & GO. 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 Valuators. First Bay : ' Did you go to school yesterday ?'' Second boy: ' No, had the toothache.' First boy : ' How many fish did you catch

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LAMBS. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., sold [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

LAMBS. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., sold— 118 lambs -1. Landers, Gilgarnie, rail Ryistone- .... 7 6 54 lambs same owner ... 6 0 1 lamb same owner ... 6 6 1 lamb A. L. Harden, Lower Bool carrol, rail Narrabri —84 49 lambs same owner ... 7 3 2 lambs same owner ... 5 2 31 lambs same owner M 6 10 3 lambs, cripples, same owner ... 3 7 Maiden Bros, sold— 12 lambs A. R. Crawford, Ramsey Park, rail Coolabah ... 7 4 Hill, Clark and Co., sold— 2 Leicester lambs Estate late George Campbell, rail Quean beyan ... 10 6 21 lambs S. Whitmee, rail Mill thorpe 8/4 to 8 5 15 lambs Estate R. Glasaon, Athol, rail Blayney ... 6 7 4 hoggets same owners ... 6 4 1 lamb Glasson and Glasaon, Stan field, rail Blayney .... 8 6 1 hogget same owners ... 7 9 10 Iambs same owners ... 7 9 J. C. Young and Co. sold— 20 lambs F. Young, rail Cootamun dra ??? 8 5 28 lambs same owner ... 7 10 Joseph Leeds and Co. sold— 9 lambs Colley Creek Station, Col ley Creek, rail Willow Tree ... 8 10 7 lambs W. Bromilow, Escholl, rai...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, JULY 27 1896. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

[?] The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY, MONDAY, JULY 27 1E96 SHEEP. 18,595 Sheep penned, including a large proportion of ewes, some of which were very prime, and a fair proportion of good wethers, amongst which were the first shorn sheep of the season, being a small draft from the west, cross breds and merinos of good quality, the former making 7s and the latter 6s to 68 6d. There was a fair attendance of buyers, but the supply was rather heavier than usual oo a Monday, and proved too many for requirements, a g- .aeral decline of 6d to 9d per head in values having to be accepted rnffa.. Lambs were in moderate supply, fair demand and prices without material ^'' ceration. QUOTATIONS : Extra prime merino wethers (tops) to 12s 6d Prime merino wethers (heavy skins) 10s 6dto lls Id Good to prime merino wethers 9s to j&S Medium merino wethers 6s 7d to 7s 6d Prime xbred wethers 10s 6d to lls 2d Fair to good xbred wethers 8s to 9s Prime xbred ewes ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 July 1896

X 28 CASTLEREACH STREET, ^S^^P^W*SSfcSHEEP AND OATTLE SALES o«4.«*4 iTS. *^SM M ^Sw &S H°MKBU8H e^ry M.nday and TfcurwUy. fo ^^ W f^^\J*]Q SALES conduoted «i Oity YanU »w 4d ^^ £^J A^V frer7 Tueaday, Wedaeiday u4 JHfcy. tug HENDERSON BEOS., 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS ' SHJESEff* AiSLD CATTLE 9AIE9HEI. VALUATIONS OP PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED Good Paddock Accommodation for Stock at Homebush. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PEBSONAL ATTENTION. Account Sales Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale.

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