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Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report Fat Calves. — A full supply forward toagood attendance of buyers. Market, however, was not brisk owing to a number being on hand from last week's over supply, consequently prices remained dull at late rates. Extra prime and weighty made to 46s, prime large, 353 to 40a; good, 22s 6d to 27s 6s; medium, 15s to 17s 6d ; others from 10s. We sold 26 from Walhallow Estate averaging 24s 9d. Fat Pigs. — Market heavily supplied this week, and prices generally were a shade easier, best porkers and baconers, however, being in good de mand. Extra heavy pigs made to 52s best baooners, 40s to 46s ; good ditto, 3 -s to 38s ; light, 27s 6d to 30s ; Prime porkera to 22s 6d ; good, 17s 6d to 20s; medium, 4s to 16s. Stores in fair demand a't 8s to 11s; suckers from 4s to 6s 6d. We sold consign ments by rail and steamer at top ruling rates. April 2nd, 1896.

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Hill, Clark & Co. report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Hill, Clark & Co. report Fat Calves — The continued heavy arrivals is now making itself felt1 This, together with the fact that buyers have large stocks on hand, tended to again weaken the market, and prices, we regret, are on the downward grade. Sales opened fairly well, especially for a few choice lots, but towards the close sellers were obliged to submit to a lower range of values to effect sales. We quote extra prime and weighty yearlings and 2-year-olds, 42s to 52s ; lighter descrip tions, 30s to 34s; good heavy, 2 Is to 28s ; prime young, 20s to 26s ; good light, 13s to 19s ; and other descrip tions from 5s to 12s. We sold 20 from Muswellbrook to 40s, averaging 27s 3d ; 29 from Whittingham to 29s, averaging 20s 3d ; 32 from Singleton to 24s 6d, averaging 18s 6d. Fat Pigs. — This market has fluctu ated very considerably since our last report. Values on Tuesday were of a most decided nature, and sales effected most satisfactory, but on Wednesday and Thursday the supplies...

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Gossip. ?( There was an old Scotchman once j* got his photograph taken after much persuasion, and he was shown the ^lass negative after it was developed. He was amazed. He counted the buttons on his vest : yes, they were orrect. He examined jDne detail -£ter another, even to the patch on $he left knee of hi3 trousers, and ?/very thing was right. Then he urned the plate round and looked at he back of it and grunted out his disappointment. ' Hoots,' said he, ? ' I thocht I'd have seen the twa but ons on the back o' my coat.' That nly expresses a very large feeling in Vegard to the art of the shadow catcher. We may think that we - -fiderstand photography, but the men vho understand it best are the ones vho understand their own ignorance ?-bout it. You take this new racket )f Rontgen's about photographing hrough what we call opaque sub stances, and you'll see how little we [^ mderstand about it. At a recent meeting in London, 'here the new process was under dis ! Hussion, it suddenly da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

'his Paper is published on Tues f; day and Friday in each week. p The Subscription is 7s. 6d. per p- annum, in advance. Postage h- 4s. 4d. extra beyond the Colony. f; ; is sent FEES to all Stock ?? Owners, on application to any of the Sydney Stock and Station Agents who are members of the Fat Stock Salesmen's Associa tion. . MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISE MENTS ader this heading, Situations Wanted, etc., are inserted at the rate of 13 words for Is, and 6d for every additional seven words. The Lady Jersey Gold Mining Company (TO BE REGISTERED UNDER THE NO LIABILITY ACT.) ?CAPITAL— £60,000, in 6000 Shares of £10 each. Payable, £5 per . Share on application, and £5 per Sli£ire on allotment. Provisional Directors : JOHN SEE, Esq., M.P., Grafton. JOHN POPE. Es^., J.P. (Messrs. Farmer CHAS. A. LEE, Esq., M.P., Tenterfield. and Co.), Sydney. E. L--\rSDALE, Esq., M.P., Armidale. JAS. SANDY; Esq. (Messrs. Jas. Sandy JAS. W. JOHNSON, Esq., Sydney. and Co.). Sydney. ALFKBD CADELL, Esq., J. P., Sydney...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

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A Natural Curiosity. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

A Natural Curiosity. For a first-class yarn the following deserves a place : — ' Alvin Merkley, of North Williams burg, is the owner of a cow that last week gave birth to three calves, one of which had two heads, two ears, three eves, and two mouths. The heads were joined together, the odd eye being in the centre of the forehead, and the mouths in their proper place on each side. The ears were one on each side of the double head. The freak died soon after birth, and Mr. Merkley thoughtlessly destroyed it. Had he thought to have it properly mounted he would have had a curiosity that would have been interesting. The other two calves are natural and healthy. During the same week one of Mr. Merkley's sows had a litter of 17 pigs.' — Morrisburg ' Herald.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

* NEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH i ? 75 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. H ' _____ j, LOCAL BOARD: \j. A. SIEVERS, Esq. (Messrs. Dangd Gedye & Co.) C. M TERRY, Esq. (Messrs, R. W. Cameron & Co.) PAID-UP CAP1TALSAND RESERVES, £300,000 [?] WOOL, FROZEN MEAT, L1VK STOCK, Insured Auaixst all Risks, ON BEST TERMS. -. LESLIE R. MITCHELL, Manager

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COOPER'S DIP PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

COOPER'S DIP PRIZE. Amongst the latest donors to the sheepbreeders' show are Messrs. Wm. Cooper and Nephews. The amount of their donation or its special object has yet to be decided upon. This firm has not been in favour of giving money prizes at pastoral shows for reasons that are good and sufficient, but they have been liberal supporters of agricultural and pastoral societies in England, tho Cape, and elsewhere for a great many years past. Before their Sydney branch had had time to communicate with head quarters on this subject the two chief prizes had been given, Messrs. George Mackenzie and Co. having promised a fifty-guinea trophy for the champion ram of the show, whilst Messrs. David Jones and Co. had promised a valu able trophy for the champion ewe. Thus Messrs. Cooper and Nephews re solved to hold back for next year and then give one of the leading prizes. To be represented in the 1897 show their Sydney branch has requested head office to send out a pen of Shropshire rams fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

JC^^U _^^H ^^^k J___L J___k _______fl^r ^^___V ^^^^ ^^A B^^___Hr HINCHCLIFF, HOLT k CO. WOOLBROKERS, &c. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to us for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, ALSO ON SHEEPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, &c &o HINCHCLIFFS WOOL STORES, gxx&gt7__,-£-.:e& ^ctatst. London Agents : Messrs. E. HOLT & CO. WEAVER Hz PFRRY F. G. WEAVER. J. W. PERRY. Stock and Station Agents FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN City Bank Chambers, Pitt Street, 8 Y .13 N E Y LOANS NEGOTIATED. 7ALUATI01-? OF FREEHOLD ASl STATION PROPERTIES MADS FOB PROBATE OR OTHERWISE. LESSEES OF FULLAGAR'S WELL-KNOWN PADDOCKS OLOSE TC HOMEBuSH.

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Sheepbreeders' Association. THE SHEEP DOG TRIALS. MESSRS. ANTHONY HORDERN AND SONS' PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Sheepbreeders' As sociation. THE SHEEP DOG TRIALS. MESSRS. ANTHONY HORDERN AND SONS' PRIZES. The trial of sheep dogs at the sheep show in July is going to be a very im portant part of the display. Messrs. Anthony Hordern and Sons have offered several prizes. If there be four entries they will give a prize of £12 ; if there be six entries they will give a second prize of £8 ; and if there be eight entries they will give a third prize of £4. That is, if there be eight entries they will give £24 in prizes. A3 the committee will probably increase this amount, and there may be other prizes offered before the show, which takes place in July, there will probably be a large number of entries. The committee of the association meets to night (Friday), and all the necessary details will be settled and the entry forms issued as soon as pos sible. In the meantime the secretary, Mr. R. McMillan, Queen's-place, Sydney, will be glad to give the fullest information on the subject.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

\. 28 CASTLEREACH STREET, *%^ ▼#y^^S^SHEEP AND CATTLE SALES conducted ^ 7^ _+Jn M ^%^ at HOM KBUSH every Monday and Thursday. fc^%J^f Xj^Sw PI G SALES conducted at Oity Yardi h- 4* ^^. ^ J aT%w 8Ter? Tuo»day, Wednesday aod Friday. ^ '--? TS*^^^ ^TS^CALF SALES 'very Weekday. HENDERSON BROS., 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS 8HKEJP AI*\D CATIXE PAJLKSIHLEJif. VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED Good Paddock Accommodation for Stock at Homebush. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PFRSONAL 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 _Ci and Blacktown. An efficient staff always at Homebush to receive Stock the instant of its arrival any hour of day or night. All Stock inspected by ourselves personally before Sale, and diafted when deemed advisable, and sold by ourselves personally. Account Sales rendered, and Proce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

J. H. GEDDES, BIRT & CO., LTD. \ N.S.W. GOVERNMENT MEAT MARKETS, DARLING HARBOUR, SYDNEY. : SALES of Country Killed Meat held DAILY at the Markets. Q ... „ Afrante. / Messrs. TOMPSON, MANNING and JEREMY. Selling Agents. | Messrs. McMASTER, HUDSON and CO. Moat treated for Shipi-:**»' to Europe at a Consolidated Charge for Delivery in Ttl doa, .! or to include Storage and Sale Charges in London. !i OFFIC : MACQUARIE PLACE, SYDNEY. ] .'anasringr Director in Australia: Secretary I ? '. H. OEOOSS. CHARLES C. TAYLOE. HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES. OWING to MONDAY, APRIL 6th, being a PUBLIC ! HOLIDAY, NO SALES WILL BE HELD on \ that date. ? F. T. DAVIES, Secretary Fat Stock Salesmen's Association of Sydney.

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. There's a big shop in Pitt-street, Sydney, where they are booming Freetrade. They build suits of clothes for 45s that they used to charge 55s for when the duties were paid. They make 'em of serge, sergerette, tweeds, and suitings. Quality undoubted. Fancy getting a suit made to measure from _ 1 ? nnl/,nfinm (rtv J-Ra ^PVi^tt Tnnlrp n. dress-suit for four guineas and upwards. It looks as if we were going to get our clothes cbeap on account of the tariff, so if we can cover our anger with decent clothes we won't be so badly off. If we have 45s left after paying our taxes we can look re spectable ; if not, we can look the other thing. Country residents wishing to share in the reduced prices can obtain full par ticulars, patterns, self-measure forms, and tape, by sending a postcard, addressed Hordern Brothers, Pitt-street (only), Sydney. To promote a feeling of interest in colonial industry a business suit is made to order for the modest sum of 35s.

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Is there any need of Combination in our Industries ? [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

' Is there any need of Combination in our Industries ? By ' Optimus.' A writer in the '? Wagga Wagga Express,' speaking of the many. l splits that have occurred in various -\ associations from time to time, and 1 many of them have even become ex ' tinct, expresses himself very strongly against unionism and combination. He says . ' These are bad times for unionism. Competition is too keen, and one after another powerful com binations break down. It is really very hard for business men to know what to do. Associated they are in mo ^ mentary danger of cutting one another's throats, under penalty of having their own cut. If they federate or ** combine the task of agreeing with one another soon becomes as irksome as the evils of outside competition. Dis '? appointed socialists are pointing the finger of scorn. They declare that these big commercial magnates make as poor a hand of the business of [ l mateship ' as the sellers at Pitt Town or Cosme.' ... He says for a solution of the ques ...

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Natural History Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

j Natural History Notes. | One of our readers has evidently | been wrestling with the ' Ode to a { Mosquito' that we published some time ago. He says that out his way, in the Never Weary country, he was sitting at dinner the other day, when the host killed a mosquito, and the little daughter of five summers looked at the corpse and said, ' Oh, pa, give it to the cat.' My word, they have ' skeeters ' out there ! Another yarn by the same man is rather interesting to naturalises. He says that out his way the wild turkey — the ' Gumble,' as they call it — rarely lays more than one egg, and she is so proud of that one that she sits right down to hatch it out. Our ? correspondent shot one last week con : taming four eggs, from the size of a 1 ? i~ walnut to one just ready to lay. The wild turkey is also afflicted with tape worms ! Those are interesting facts, and the man who furnished them is a reliable observer. He owns up, however, that he doesn't know every thing, for the next yarn of ...

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HORSES. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

HORSES. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd report Considerable numbers of all des- I criptions continue to arrive, and prices J are low, except for top quality animals.jjj Heavy draughts are not much in dajfl mand, medium draughts are neglecte^B they are too light for waggon puH poses, and the 'bus companies are no'BJ running more on breeding than size. :m We had another exceedingly suo9 cessful sale a', Catnperdown, on WecM nesday, selling draughts for MessrsiB Nebour, McN-iught, Dalvin, Dunne-I weld, McDonald, Daniels, Hall, LawJ less, Gallagher, Tindale, Dewey, sen.,1 Dewey, jun., (J. Davis, and T Ellis J — in all, 97 head. Draught hursesl made to £10 ; best light sorts £101 to £18 10s; averages were for ligi» weedy sorts in low condition, -£^J 10s 6d ; best soris £12 10s. K We had a large attendance oir buyers, and brisk sale ; prices an im-j provement on late quotations ; 'bus! companies and Indian buyers going freely for suitable animals ; breeding, size and condition must be there to...

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Tuberculosis. A NEW ASPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

Tuberculosis. A NEW ASPECT. Professor Saunclers, Director of the Dominion Experimental Farms in Canada, said, in his lecture to the Committee of Agriculture there, that tuberculosis is nob essentially a lung disease. Out of the 74 cases of post mortem examinations which he had made at the experimental farms, in 26 of them, or more than one-third of the whole, no disease whatever could be j detected in the lungs nor were the i functions of the lungs interfered wibh ? in any way, the disease in all those cases being confined to some other organs or glands of the body. In the past, before tuberculin was discovered, the only means of detecting the disease was when ib existed in the lungs (unless there was a great enlargement of the glands) aud this was usually done by the difficulty of breathing. l% Tussock.' writing in the ' Can terbury Times,' says : — 'At the inaugural Christmas Fat Sbock Show recently held in Dublin, Mr. J. L. Naper's three splendid Shropshire shearing wethers, whic...

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The Boonoke Sheep. A GOOD REPORT. Boonoke, Conargo, N.S.W. March 19th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

The Boonoke Sheep. A GOOD REPORT. Boonoke, Conargo, N.S.W. March 19th, 1896. I hereby certify that I have classed the ' Boonoke ' sale rams. I was allowed a perfectly free hand by Mr. Falkiner who placed no restriction upon me in anyway. I found the sheep of very large frames, well grown and healthy, with good heads and points, and well covered with a wool of a bold combing description, and are in my opinion most suitable for use in hot climates. They show great den sity and length of staple, and from the purity of their breedingjjmust transmit their qualities to any flocks in which they are used. They are calculated to beget a sheep of large frame, cutting a heavy fleece of good quality combing wool. (Signed) J. O. Darke. A new scale of railway rates, to come into effect on April 14th, has been approved of by the Executive Council.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 3 April 1896

STOCK and STATION AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN, SYDNEY and HAY. Established- WACi'; A WAlivi '?., 1870; KAV.IS73; KVDNJEY, 1877. LARGE WATEKING and RECEIVING YARDS Ai-.ioi\isir Flemingtox Sale Yards. All Fat Stock I'stm-Tickd and Watkkkd .Lm.aikuiat.--ja- ox Arrival. ' GOOD PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION. FINANCIAL AGENTS. VALUATORS. LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATIONS OV FREEHOLD OR STATION PROPERTY MADE.

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