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Change of Address. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Change of Address. Mrs. L. Singleton, of the Squatters' Private Country Agency, has changed her address to ' Eulo House,' corner of Miller and Blue Streets, opposite Presbyterian Manse, North Sydney. It is not far from the old address, but more accommodation is provided for her rapidly-increasing business.

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Meteorological Return for N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Meteorological Return for N.S.W. Rainfall for week ending and in cluding Thurs- Remarks. Stations. day, July 30, '96. No Telegrams. Albury ? 0-10 Armidale ... ... ... 0-32 Balranald ? 0- Bathurst ? 0- Bendemeer ... ... 0*40 Bingara ... M ... 0'37 Bodalla ... — ... 0* Bombala ... m* ... 0' Bourke ? 0.63 Bowral ? » 0* Braidwood ? 0f Brewarrina ... ~. 0#68 Broken Hill ? 0'09 Bundarra ? 0»28 CamdenHaveu ? 0-40 Cape St. George ? 1-87 Carcoar ? 0* Casino ? 0'19 Cassilis ... .» ... 0* Clarence Heads ? 0*16 Cobar ? 0*50 Condobolin ? 0' Cooma ? 0* 30th Coonabarabran ... ... O'lT Coonamble ? 0*14 Cowra .«..??? 0* Cuclgellico .. .. 0-03 Deniliquin .. ..0* Dubbo _ .. .. 0*03 Ecen ? 0-10 Euston ? 0*12 Forbes '.. .. ..0* Gabo Island .. .. 1*48 Germanton .. ..0* 24th Glen Innes . . . . 0*35 Goulburn ? 0' Gr fton ? 0*16 Gulgong ...... 0# Gunnedah .. . . 0-40 Hay ? 0*03 Hillston ! ? 0-05 Inverell ? 0-54 Jerry's Plains .. .. 0-05 Katoomba .. .. 0 Kompsey ? 0* Kiandra ? 0- Lismore ? 0*13 Maitland .. 0...

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An Advisory Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

An Advisory Bbard. A telegram from Brisbane says :— icis understood that the matter of the appointment of an advisory board to the Government under the new Disease in Stock Act was considered by the Cabinet today. The new board will probably consist of Messrs, W. D. Hood, J. Cameron, G. C. Cory, A. M'Connel and John Forrest.

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY, Noon. July 30th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday, Noon. July 30th, 1896. Wool sales were held in Sydney yester day and to-day to the usual attendance of bnyers, 964 bales being offered on the first day and 878 bales to-day. Competition was spirited and satisfactory rates were obtained for all descriptions, and values current during the past month were readily obtain able. The catalogue of Wednesday con tained a few little lots of new wool, but nothing 01 more than passing notice, ami consisted principally of a large line of greasy from the Aberdeen Chilling Works and scoured and greasy oddments. The top price in greasy was 7fd which was secured for 4 bales branded WON over GREEN VALLEY from Graman. Another small parcel of new clip consisting of 5 bales H and 6 bales ewes, branded RL/ Box Camp, from Walgett, realised 6|d for the hoggets and 6£d for the ewes. The latter wool was fairly well grown but somewhat wasty. Of the A. C and F. Co./ ABERDEEN greasy wool of which 174 bales w«re offere1, '1 biles Jst c...

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Agents' Defence Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Agents' Defence Fund. In the published list of subscriptions we acknowledged the sum of £1 from 11 Brown Bros.' It should have been ' Binnie Bros.' We apologise to both firms. The mistake arose from the fact that the secretary of the fund is a bad writer, and the only apology we can offer for him is that he is honest - fairly so ! The cash was all right, but writing was all wrong. We have since received a couple more subscrip tions, which will be acknowledged later ! The fund is still open !

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CITY YARDS. Maiden Bros. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

CITY YARDS. Maiden Bros- report Fat Pigs. — Very light numbers have come forward this week, and being well within the demand prices have shown a marked in provement 011 last week's rates for all descriptions, more especially for good quality baconers. We quote extra big and heavy pigs to 63s ; prime baooners, 38s to 48b 6d ; good aud heavy 33s to 36s ; good, 28a 6d to 32a ; light, 24s 6d to 28b ; best porkers to 23a 6d ; good, 18s fid to 21s 6d ; others from 14s 6d. We sold a large number of consignments from the different Rivers at the above satisfactory prices. Fat Calves.— 155 yarded, which was well within the requirements, and prices show a further advance on last week's rates, more especially for prime quality. We sold a consignment from the Macleay River to £1 10a, averaging £1 5s 7d. July 30th, 1896. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report Fat Pigs. — The number of pigs forward thiB week was about equal to ordinary trade requirements, but owing to large purchases by an export buy...

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Scone A. F. YORK REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Scone A. F. YORK Reports— Since my last report yardings of all descriptions of stock have been heavy, attendance good, and prices very firm. I sold : For G. D. Bell, 1 cow at 45s, 3 at 42s, 3 heifers at 33s 6d, 2 at 33s. 2 vealers at 26s 6d, 1 at 15s, 2 at 12s ; W. Cooper, vealers 19s ; C. A. Bonarius. heifers at 16a 6d to 20s 6d ; T. J. Flanagan, 20 cows at 18s 6d, 2 heifers at 17s 6d ; G. Cumber land, 3 steers at 30s ; Rossgole Estate, bullocks at 65s, 2 cows at 61s, 1 at 57s, 2 at 44s, 1 at 35s ; Agents, 1 bullock at 19s, 1 bullock at 65s, 1 cow at 105s, 1 at 100s, 1 at 70s, 1 at 61s, 1 at 63s, 1 heifer at 35s, 1 at 22s, 1 at 18s, 3 cows at 45s 6d, 27 bullocks at 47s 6d, 31 at 45s, 1 steer at 35s, 1 at 32s ;6d, 1 heifer at 32s, l'at 28s,''4 j bullocks £2 2s, 3 at £1 lls ; F. H. Hall, '4 cows £2, 4 at £1 14s, 8 at £1 Us 6d, 17 at£l lls, 6 at £1 10s, 17 at £1 9s, 13 at £1 8s 6d, 17 at 27s, 4 at 25s 6d, cow and calf 75s, 1 bull 40s, 1 cow 27s 6d, 1 at 22s, 19 heifers, small, 13s 6d....

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J. C. Young & Co. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

J. C. Young & Co. report Fat Calves. — A small number of calves penned this week, about 115, the buik being of medium quality. The demand w.is active and market very firm. Prime heavy-weight vealers are worth from 40s to 45s ; good calves from 30a to 388 ; small, prime quality to 26s j other 3 from lls. Prospects are good for next Wednesday. We sold : 89 calves at top market rates as follows — 30 from Maru brah, to 37s 6d, averaging 25s ; 32 from the Hunter, to 38s ; 27 from Tarana at market rates. Fat Pigs. — Fair supplies penned and mar ket very good for all descriptions. Prime bacouers are worth from 38a to 45s, good from 30s to 36s, light from 26s, porkers from 14s to 23a 6d. We sold ] 37 pigs as follows : —108 from the Huuter from 13s 9d to 47s, 11 from the Patterson, averaging 30s Id, 7 from the Macleay, averaging 34s, 6 from Oakendale. averaging 21a, 5 in small lots from 21s 6d to 41s. We advise owners to send iu any pigs they have fit for market. Hill, Clark and Co. ...

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Brisbane B. D. MOREHEAD AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Brisbane B. D. MOREHEAD amd CO. Report Having sold, on account of the Executors of the late Daniel Williams, Silaoe Station, in the Mitchell district, Queensland, with about 40,000 sheep, also cattle, horses, plant, stores, &c. ; Mair and Learmonth' purchasers. Also, on account of G. A. and P. Mein, Gilmore Station, in the Warrego district, Queensland, with about 4000 cattle, horses, plant, stores, &c. ; John MacDonald purchaser.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

V/RESIDENTS IN \ ^ i }C COUNTRY if f \ Who desire to pro- S^k ? I cure genuine and e7 \ {, durable material, as well a* good $ fitting and stylishly made Suit*, 'ji should write for Patterns to j 5 THOMSON, GATES & CO., I MERCHANT TAILORS 'j AMD -? GEgMTLJRIIIEVi'S OUTFITTERS- ) PITT STREET, SYDNEY. .] We forward Splendid Selection of Pattern an* 1 and easy Self Measure Forms, with Fashion Plat* and Tape Measuro j :- N B.-MERCERY DEPARTMENT - GoodB from Best Makers, Including Dr. Jaeger's Under wear. PlMue mention thU r«p«r wh«n writlag. I -

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Maitland E W. SPARKE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Maitland? E W. SPARKE Reports— Fat Cattle. — Fairly large supply forward. I sold : J, Cooper, 26 bullocks at £2 13s to £3 12s; Wm. Marshall, 42 cows and heifers at £1 8s 6d to £3 12s ; Thomas Parker, 36 cows at £1 10s to £2 9s ; A. Ball, 11 at £1 13s to £2 18s, 12 bullocks ab £2 6s to £2 17s ; George Thomas, 19 cows at 31s to 57s, 10 bullocks at 61s6dto 72s; R Logan, 16 at 53s to 70s; B. Buffier's at £4 12s to £5 6s ; J. K. Mackay, 32 at £4 to £4 12s, 8 at £3 6s to. £3 15s; J. Titcombe, 1 cow at £2 4s ; Brown Bros., bullocks at £2 18s 6d. Fat Calves. — Light supply forward. I sold : Wm. Marshall, 17 at 12s to 33s; F. J. Ball 6 atjjlOs 6d to 18s ; A. Ball, 1 at 26s ; George Thomas, 5 at 18s. Fat Sheep. — A large supply for ward. I sold : W. F. Buchanan, 150 wethers at 6s lOd to 8s 2d, 10 lambs at 6s ; Clift Bros., 256 ewes at 7s lOd to lls 3d; H. C. White and Cobb, 152 wethers at 10s to lls 8d ; 3 ewes at 10s ; H. Ingall, 1 crossbred at 8s 6d, 267 wethers at 6s 6d to 7s 4d. Fat and S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Gossip. There's a man in Australia who has written a book on zoology, and it's so full of facts that it makes me tired to look at it. I hate great slabs of facts. Now, I set out to have a yarn the other day about some of the things we saw in the museum, and the first thing that I started on was a nautilus. That nautilus has relatives, and one of them is the Ammonite, of which there are plenty in the museum. If I set out to write a scientific treatise I'd tell you about the Ammonites straight off, but there comes the recollection of a hunt for Ammonites that makes me smile, even unto this day, and I must tell you about it if we never get to the Ammonite at all this turn. Once upon a time, an awful lot of years ago, as men count time, I was staying on a farm, near Ballymeny, in the county Antrim, Ireland. There was a friend of mine on that farm who used to think, and men who think are rare. He knew another man in Ireland who used to think, and he used to travel miles and miles to Cole...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Births, Marriages and Deaths. BIRTHS. WOOD.— June 29th, at her residence, Marlton, Waratah, N.S W., the wife of J. Campboll Wood, of a daughter. PAYTEN.— July 13th, at Richmond Villa. Campbell town, Mrs. Alfred Rose Payten, of a daughter. TREWEEKE.— On the 1st ultimo, at Coleburra. Umbercollie (Q.), the wife of W. H. Trewecke, of a son, MARRIAGES. GILES— MILES.— July 1st, at Mount Elsie Station, Charters Towers, by the Archdeacon of North Queensland, Frank Wm, Giles to Mary Elsie Miles. MADDOCKS— YEOMANS.— July 15th, at All Saints Cathedral, Bathurat, by the Very Rev. Pean Marriott. Frederick Wm. Maddocks to Josephine Florence Yeomans. CAMPBELL— McMASTER.— July 15th, at Weetala bab. Coolah, by the Rev. John Clark McDonald, Harry Campbell to Jeanie McMastcr. DEATHS. BLWIN.— At his residence, Moulder-street, Orange, on July 27th, Wm. Hills El win, aped 51, youngest son of W. J. Elwin, of Dartford, Kent. Ensrlani. AN8TEY —July 6th, at his residence. Cassin-street, Wyalong, John James A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

BUMIE BOLT 4 CO. { ? / ? LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to us for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, ALftO ON SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, fee. &a HINCHCLIFFS WOOL STORES, London Agents: Messrs. E. HOLT & CO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

E. RICH & CO., Ltd. Wine, Spirit, and General Merchants, and FORWARDING AGENTS, Suppliers of all STATION REQUISITES. SOLE AOENT3 FOR NEW SOUTH WALES FOR David Storer & Sons' Genuine TATTOO OIL, Black, Blue or Red Pearson's PATENT POLLARD DISTRIBUTOR. 24 and 26 O'CONNELL STREET, Branches: Bourke, Wilcannia, Brewarrina, Wool Stores : Walgett. FENCING WIRE. W00LPACKS. WIRE NETTING. SHEEP SHEARS. GALVANIZED WIRE. TWINES- GALVANIZED IRON. ROCK and BAG SALT. ?'EtfEW*- IQXA RABBIT POISON. FISONS' Sheep Dip.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

J. H. GEDDES, BIRT and CO., Ltd,, N. S. W. GOVERNMENT MEAT MARKETS, DARLING HARBOUR, SYDNEY. BRISBANE MARKETS — SOUTH BRISBANE. Sales of Country Killed Meat hold DAILY at the Sydney Markets by reliable .Salesmen. Country Chilling, Preserving and Boiling Down Depots— TENTERFIELD & NARRABRI (N.S.W.); CHARLEVTLLE (Queensland) In addition to the ordinary process necessary for forwarding to Sydney Markets or shipment to Europe, a tirst-class Preserving, Extract and Salting Plant is now being erected at Narrabri, thus enabling the Stockowner to chill, preserve, salt, or boil down the inferior portions, and forward the primeat qualities for local sale in Sydney or shipment to Europe on exactly similar lines to the excellent meat trade system of the United States. All particulars given at the works, or at the office, Macquarie Place. Managing Director in Australia : J. H. GEDDES. Secretary : CHARLES C. TAYLOR.

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Country and Intercolonial. Bathurst. E. H. TAYLOR AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Country and Intercolonial. Bathurst. E. H. TAYLOR AND^CO. Refort— Fat Cattle. — Since our last report we have sold, by auction and by private contract, as follows : — 19 bul locks, averaging £4 12s 6d ; 4 bul locks at £4: 3s ; 4 bullocks £3 10s ; 21 at £3 198 to £4 4s; 15 at £3 15s; 14 at £4 13s; 16 at 65s to 74s, 4 at 75s ; 4 at 85s; 19 at £4 7s to £5 10s ; 6 at £4 10s ; 8 at £4 12s ; 26 very prime at £5 13s ; 10 cows at £2 lls ; 8 cows at £2 9s ; 10 cows at £3 ; 12 cows at £2 ; 11 cows ab £2 7b 6d ; 8 cows £2 7s to £2 19s ; 21 cows £2 Is to £2 19s. Fat Sheep.— 50 at 5s 9d, 50 ab 7a 6d, 50 at 6s 5d, 208 6s Id to 6a 6d, 120 at 4s, 100 6s to 6s 4d ; 40 lambs at 7s, 60 at 8s 3d. Store Cattle. — 23 bullocks and steers £1 7s to £2 2s, 2 old cows at V 13s, 68 bullocks at £2, 14 mixed cattle lls. to 21s, 4 cows at 14s 6d, 100 ; bullocks (lW condition) 30s, 2 cows 14s, 2 calves at 10s, 40 cows at 24s, 1 cow at 14s 6d, 15 heifers at 13s, 36 mixed cattle 8s to 19s 6 d. Store Sheep. — 120 wet...

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LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

LAMBS. ?Hill. Clark and Co., sold— 180 xbred lambs E. Daly, rail Mudgee ... 8 1 59 xbred lambs Buchanan and Roberts, rail Nubba ... ? T3 lambs Bame owner ... ? 5 lamba D. Nolan, Springmor rail Cooma ... 7 0 1 lamb Jm. Lyons, Cooper's Flat, railWarne ... 7 0 82 lamba W. J. Denmead, rail Goul burn ... 6 7 42 xbred lambs J. M, Hassal, Warn brook, rail Cooma 8/- to 8 1 19 hoggets R. O'Brien, rail Lynd hurst ... 8 0 18 xbred lambs D. McDonald, rail Goulburn ??? 5 6 1 xbred lamb D. and A. McGruer, Brungle. rail Gundagai ... 7 9 110 xbred lamba Bame owners 6/4 to 6 8 115 lambs P. B. Thompson, rail Goulburn 4/3 to 4 6 Warden Harry Graves & Son . sold— 70 xbred lambs Southern Agents, rail Bomcn ... 7 11 13 xbred lambs same owner ... 7 2 24 xbred lambs same owner ... 6 8 8 xbred lambu, pets, Mra. S. A. Moore, Clairville, rail Tarana 7 1 16 xbred lambs same owner ... 5 5 37 xbred lambs F. Anderson, rail j Forbes ??? 7 3 . d Weaver and Perry sold— 5 hoggets A. D. Wiseman, Moura bie, rai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 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. ^.ffTnKSKSSSrS and The Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd., 13 Phillip-st, Sydney. SPEOIAL AGENTS FOR MESSRS. QUIBELL BROS., OF NEWARK, ENGLAND. 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 SUIT OF CLOTHES, out of the Best Material, any size /3f'fc 2 Outershirts (White or Colored) G Handkerchiefs, 1 Set Studs nt\ A. y 2 Undershirts (Flannel or otherwise) 1 Hat (either Soft or Hard Felt Xr ) jy£j ' 6 PairB Men's Socks, 2 Neckties 1 Pair Braces or Belt dj£l 2 Collars 1 Pair Boots or Shoes ow«— 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 follows...

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