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

Advertise in the 'Sydney Stock and Station Journal,'

Publication Title: Sydney Stock And Station Journal, The
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Forthcoming Sales, etc. All paragraphs under this heading relate to advertisements which are running through our advertising columns.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Forthcoming Sales, etc. All paragraphs under this heading relate to {adver tisements which are running through ourajadver tising columns.] The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Oo., 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 sheep, 100 cattle, and 50 horses. Further particulars and date of sale will be shortly advertised. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., of Sydney, advertise in another column the sale of four stallions of the famous Olden burgh coaching breed. MessrB. 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. Mr. Jas. Reilly, of Narromine, has for sale three properties near Narromine2 of 5000, 7000, an...

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

Trundle. (from our own correspondent.)' Mr. J. McFadden, our genial Post and Telegraph Master, has just re turned from a three weeks' holiday, and Mr. Bilton, of Orange, who was relieving him, left on Saturday. Constable Tait has lately been raised to the position of first-class constable, and the residents of Trundle heartily congratulate him on his promotion, which, indeed, is a well deserved one. The ladies of Trundle town and district convened a meeting on Satur day, to make arrangements for the table on the opening day of the new School of Arts. As this is an all im portant factor— on such occasions — it is to be hoped that full justice will be done to the visitors. Mr. H. V. Foy is, I understand, making preparation for an addition to his already extensive vineyard. Every body wishes Mr. Foy success in his new enterprise, and success must necessarily follow when capital and capability lead. The new diggings at Oarlsile have induced some of the Trundleites to try their fortunes ...

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Travelling Stock Routes. TO THE EDITOR "S.S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Travelling Stock Routes. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I notice, in your issue of the 24th inst., where Mr. A. A. Dangar, of Baroona, Singleton, complains of the terribly neglected state of the various stock routes and reserves in the colony, I fully endorse evsrything that Mr. Dangar has said. 1 cannot understand how this matter has been Jet linger so long. No matter where you travel in the black-soil country, sheep that have been kept free from burrs in the paddocks, once start them on the road to travel, and all your work and money is wasted, because the routes are nothing but a mass of Bathurst burr, which must knock a considerable amount off their value. I would suggest that some arrange ment be made to fence in those reserves properly and make them self supporting, thus they could be of some value to the travelling public if the Government were to send the unem ployed out to do the work instead of sand-shifting or forest-thinning; they would be doing some good f...

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Answers to Correspondents. It is not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. i It is not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt -?'.'. and sometimes several issues appear before we I are able to do so.] 1 Tenterfield. — The Secretary would 1 have replied to your letter, but he | couldn't make out your name. Any 1 body could read your signature — if | they knew whab it was. \ R. B. — Thanks for subscription. 1 Your letter is straight to the point, and will appear this issue if I can work it. But this paper is beginning to fill my soul with awe ! When we first started, two and a-half years ago, ' it was a hopeless blanky paper. Nobody wrote to the editor, nobody sent contributions, and there were no i subscribers. Now there's such a lot ! of stuff left on the file after the papers has gone to- press that «we could fill another paper. If it was matter that had been cut out of other papers it wouldn't matter, but it's genuine, original ' copy ' relating to ' our own business. Some of...

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

BERGL St BRKBBIIN Hats pleasure In announcing tc the Pasvorallata of New South Waloa and Queensland that th«y are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account iMbhtf a* BOWEN n GLADSTONE (Q), or at SYDNEY and they have no heslteftU* la saying that they are able to TREAT STOCK ON THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. REGULAR MONTHLY 8HIPMENT8 DIRECT. For PwtioaUr* apply to — DCDPI onrl RDARBIkl O|TY BANK OHAMBER8, DtKbL and DKAbblN, p,TT STREET, SYDNEY, Heat Works, BOWEN (Q.). Meat Works, GLADSTaNE (Q.). Present Address : — SQUATTERS' PRIVATE COUNTRY AGENCY, ' EULO HOUSE,' Corner Miller and Blue-sts., Lavender Bay, Conducted by Mrs. L. SIN-iLETON. WANTED by Married Couple employment station ; man, milk,' kill and useful ; wife, cook and laundress ; 3 yrs. ref. from last station ; wages, £65, nice respectable people. Apply, Squatters' Private Country Agency, ' Enlo House,' corner Miller and Blue Streets, Lavender Bay, conducted by Mrs. L. SINGLETON. ? WANTED by Married Couple, just arrived from ...

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

I SOME WINTER CLOTHES. I 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 I colder weather comes, folk begin to cast about, to rub their noses, so to speak, against the ¥ various tailors' windows, and, in a fashion, to go into committee of ways and means. Ono li 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 qaiet character, seek something in the way of a PEPPER I 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, j wise'y' '° 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. . a...

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A Riverina Sheep Breeders' Association. A GOOD SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

A Riverina Sheep Breeders' Association. A GOOD SUGGESTION. The cry is rising from every part of the country to reduce the number of showa. The men in the Hunter River have been trying to unite Singleton, Maitland and Muswellbrook in one big stock show each year, but from the look of things they will fail. The men on the Riverina plains are crying for one great show each year. As things stand now they have annual shows at Narandera, Hay, Deniliquin, Wagga, Jerilderie, Tirana, Junee, Albury and some other places. The show of sheep at some of these places is utterly unworthy of the Riverina, and there is not a great desl of satis faction to breeders in winning a prize. What some Riverina men pro pose now is to have one sheep show each year, in one of the big towns, alternate years. This, in the hands of a capable secretary, would bring together a truly magnificent lot of sheep, and the champion of that show could come to Sydney and compete against the sheep from all the colonies at the...

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THE MAGAZINES OF THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

THE MAGAZINES OF THE MONTH. ' Dalgety's Monthly Review ' seems to be improving beyond all recognition. It always has been a good paper, but it appears to be aiming high, and getting there, too. It is full of news of all kinds, a good monthly review of our trade. It i3 printed on good paper, beautifully illustrated, and admirably- edited. ???? ' Cosmos ' for July is a creditable | production, containing some interest ! ing stories and some really fine ' illustrations. There's a photograph of our friend, 'Jack' Want, the : Attorney-General, another of Sir Julian Salomons, a third of Mr. T ? Mr. Edmund Barton, and a fine, full-page photo of Mr. Robert Brough. Mr. G. W. Lambert has some good drawings in it ; but why doesn't ' Cosmos ' give us its own autobiography? Seems to me that it would make better reading than anything that's going in Sydney just now ! You keep your eye on ' Cosmos.' , It's got a story of its own ! j ' The Australasian Photographic | Review,' which comes to hand fr...

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The Hay Show. A GREAT FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

The Hay Show. A GREAT FESTIVAL. By the ' Globe Trottkr.' It's fan to go to a country show if you only go to one in a year, and that qne in your own district But any man who goes to more than one in a year for fun has a vitiated taste. Yet the man who wouldn't enjoy a visit to Hav has no eve for the beautiful. It's a long trip though, 454 miles from Sydney into the south-west. When we pulled out of Redfern the other night we were crowded with lawyers and people of that ilk, all bound for some place where they were disputing about prices. The contractor was suing the Government, and there was a nice crowd going off on a picnic at somebody's expense. I expect that gave me a bad taste in my mouth, and there wasn't as much fun as usual on the trip. I'd like to moralise a bit, but if I did the editor would want to ' scalp ' me. I've got more to write about Hay than I could put into ten chapters, and I've got notice to ' boil it down.' Well, I'm going to make a remark if I never get to Hay...

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The Tick Plague. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." ROBERT BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

The Tick Plague. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I would like to know what the Government intend doing with reference to preventing the Queens land tick being introduced into New South Wales. The other colonies have taken prompt action in the mat ter, hilt) NPW Snilf-.ll Wttlaa nrVii/*Vi Yiaa most at stake is the last to move. Why is this so ? How do we know that this tick will not yet attack the sheep ? All Queensland stock should be shut out of New South Wales for a time, until we learn more about this matter. Prevention is better than cure. Yours, etc., Robert Brown. Walcha-road, July 25th, 1896.

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THE BIG MAN AND THE SMALL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

THE BIG MAN AND THE SMALL MAN. Slowly, very slowly, the stock-owners of the country are awakening to the fact that thev must combine if they are to ensure representa tion. The land laws have made two dis l£in-t?fc classes in the country. We have squatters and selectors ! They have btaen driven into bitter hatred of each other by stupid laws. There have been, mon who lived by black mailing squatters, and the squatters have learned to hate them sincerely and righteously. But good selectors despise the blackmailers just aa sincerely, and they realise that the blackmailer is an accursed animal. Yeb he has been the product of unjust laws. On many stations the selector is a friend of the squatter. A man should not be measured by the size of his run. We are coming to realise that men's hearts and lives are the true criterion of value, and the small land holder is often a noble fellow. Now that new forces are at work in the land, the business of wise men is to see that they work for the goo...

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Our Book Review. "JOHN STUART BLACKIE." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

Our Book Review. ' JOHN STUART BLAOKIE.' Jolin Stuart Blackie, a biography, by Anna M. Stoddart. New edi tion, with portrait. William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London. Price, posb free from this office, 4s. This ia one of the most delightful books of the year, and one that will have as much influence in the world as had the living personality with which it deals. John Stuart Blackie was. the professor of Greek in Edinburgh University, one of the happiest, breeziest, most herterodox and religious men that has graced our century. He was a power in' the world while he lived, and this book will endear him to multitudes who never knew him. It is u dedicated to Scots in all parts of the world,' but men of all nationalities will enjoy it and profit by it. John Stuart Blackie was an individual ! He was a man who thought for himself, who faced the world on his own principles and conquered. He came of a noble race of puritanical Scotch people, and when he awoke to self-consciousness h...

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The Ilka Waltz. (Published by Messrs. W. H. Paling and Co., George-street Sydney). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 31 July 1896

The Ilka Waltz. (Published by MeBsra. W. H. Paling and Co., George-street Sydney). We have been favoured with a copy of the ' Ilka Waltz,' by Frances E. Walsh and dedicated to Dr. Allaster S. Cox. The composition is one of considerable merit, for, besides containing several timeful variations, there is an absence of too much re pitition, which is sometimes a marring feature in music of a similar character

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

XTSJE333 SCIST '3?:EX:E1 BOSFITAI-S. , THE PUREST 8OHNAPPS IMPORTED. I TUOKE-R & OO., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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

VISITORS TO SYDNEY a^oS^tto 3UEX&. -A». J- TJSSSHESXfc (late of FORBES HOTEL) Has purchased THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL, KING STREET, SYDNEY. THE HOTEL is being beautifully decorated, and every up-to-date comfort and con venience studied, with a view to recover for the house its former prestige. Thia Hotel has always been celebrated throughout the country as 'THE Hotel,' and Mr. Usher desires it to be known that he intends to excel all previous records to please his Patrons and recover the old Country Connection. page in constant attendance. night and day porter kept. txsrikes imi:odi:ra.ti:. Telegrams and Letters receive immediate attention. Private Entrance in Castlereagh-st. TAA CTA1 IT Are y°u burdened with 1UU 5IUU1. corpulency? XX1 SO, TKTT Dr. Mackenzie's Anti-Fat Cure. It will reduce the weight from 5 to 7 lbs. weekly, without harm to the system. No change of diet required. Write for full particulars. Sole Agents for Australia : THE LONDON DRUG CO. ~ JSSJT _ ^ W& ...

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Ticks. TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 4 August 1896

Ticks. TO THE EDITOR ' 8. S. AND 3. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Noticing the amount of interest the tick problem is command ing in all parts of the country just now, and with reason, too, and read ing a letter, signed ' R. T. Keys,' in which he refers to the insufficiency of border inspection, let me add a little to his remarks. Being a drover myself, and knowing the average honesty of such folks, what is to prevent a man coming in with a mob of cattle, if he sees any of his stock infected, cutting out the sick ones and leaving them, or even destroying them on a clean ran. Many of the lots that have ^crossed the Southern border are a number short, some 30 and 40. These may have been lost, or otherwise, and an inspector, no matter how sharp he may be, cannot make certain of proving a mob clean unless put through a yard. The present inspection just consists of riding round or through a mob for a few minutes and giving them a clean bill. A drover will have every opportunity of seeing an afflicted...

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Answers to Correspondents. [It is not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt and sometimes several issues appear before we are able to do so.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 4 August 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [It is not alwaya possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt and sometimes several issues appear belore we are able to do so.l J. C. — Thanks for your subscription and for your kind remarks. It seems odd to hear that the ' Stock and Station Journal ' is ' the first opened on the arrival of the mail out of a large assortment of daily and weekly papers.'* Of course, we're used to hear that now, ana our editor s neaa is 'Bwellin' wisibly ; ' but it's odd for a stock paper to get there all the same ! Man, your place has a ' quare ' name ! J. H. A. — Your cash to hand per Messrs. P. S and B. We will send six copies of the ' Woolly Festival ' this week. J. S. — Thanks for cash, and we hope to put you on for keeps. M Bros. — Thanks for your sub scription just to hand. 0. C. H.— Will send the ' Woolly Festival.' D'ye know, your brief order came with a new kind of a sense since I've seen you. I like to know the people I wri...

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Forbes P., A. and H. Association. THE FORTHCOMING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 4 August 1896

Forbes P., A. and H. Association. THE FORTHCOMING SHOW. The Forbes P., A. and H. Association will hold their annual show at Forbes on Thursday and Friday, August 6th and 7th. The prize list is very liberal, and the enbries are numerous. There is soinff to be hunting, jumping and trotting contests, and these should attract quite a crowd. The Railway Coinmis sioners have allowed concessions on the railway lines from many stations, full particulars of which may be found in our advertising columnB.

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