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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

? g^^TraoMT sxt:e»3e»ij::es, PETER N. RUSSELL Squatters' Agent and ' Commercial Broker. 58 PITT STi, SYDNEY; Quotations on application for Wool Packs, Salt (Fine, Coarse, or Rock), Fencing Wire, Wire Netting, Galvanized Iron, Saddlery, Sugar, Tea, Chemicals, Machinery, and all Station Requirements. N.B. — All Orders transacted Free of Charge. The Year Book of Australia. just y^^^XjV Just Published. *^ TUr V Published. 1896 lYEAR BOOK) isss EDITION- V^- ^X J EDITION. THE ACKNOWLEDGED AUTHORITY ON ALL AUSTRALIAN SUBJECTS Contains : Events of Last Year, Reviews, Finances and Statistics, Land Laws, Minerals, Postal, Telegraphic, Gazetteers, Railways, Sporting, Administrative and Legislative, Ecclesiastical, Educational, Legal, Medical, Military, Naval, Commercial, Banking, Building Societies, Insurance Companies, Industrial ; and New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia, and their Metropolitan Cities. All Booksellers. Price, 10s. 6d.; per Post, 11s. 4d. ...

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Shropshire Merino Ewes. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Shropshire-Merino Ewes. An interesting experiment in cross breeding for mutton has been carried out at the W iscousin Agricultural Station, U.S.A. The ordinary ?merino owes of the country were crossed with Shropshire rams. The first ram used was a lamb that, at eight months old, weighed 1291bs. Another ram was a shearling, and when three years old he weighed 2761bs. This ram was used very largely in the experiments. The average value of tho merino ewes' fleeces in 1891 was about 6s 5d. The young ram cub 6'71bs. of wool as a shearling, and the next two shearings his fleece averaged 141ba. The produce of the firsb cross were remarkable for the symmetry of their forms, thus showing the strong influence of the Shropshire cross. The wool was mid way bebween that of the Shropshire and the Merino. The folds in the skin were nob completely removed, though only a few showrd much de velopemenb of them. Tho fleeces ranged f torn 8 J)Jbs. to KHlbs. The average value of tho fleeces in 1891 was 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

gontaina %h$ O&dal Reports from tht Tat Stock Saletmtn'i AisooUttea of Syflaty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

HSONS' SHEEP DIP MANUFACTURED BY THE CHEMICAL UNION, LTD, IPSWICH, ENGLAND. PRICE, 70s. per CASE, Free on Rail or Boat, Sydney. AGENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALES E. RICH & CO., Ltd.

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Gossip. There was a new chum stopped at a roadside ' hotel ' one day, on the coach, and as he climbed down from the box seat, he said, ' Landlord, what have you got for dinnaw ? ' The man of the house gazed at him, curiously, and, taking his pipe out of his mouth, said, ' Cold mutton and pickles.' The new chum gasped and ejaculated, 1 But I cawn't eat cold mutton.' ' All right,' says the landlord ; lC you can chuck into the pickles.' Now, I'd like to have a yarn about that dear old chestnut, because a surly host once said the same thing on the banks of the Euphrates, when the world was young, and I'll bet it was not original with him. But the reason why that story lives through all times and languages is in the philosophical signi ficance of it. I can't worry about | things like that, because I want to | talk to you in dead earnest, and that i story is my text, as it were. Now, I dear gossips, I've lived with you for I two years. I've got to know a lot of I you and a few of you have...

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Our Book Review. "A CHRISTIAN WITH TWO WIVES." A CURIOUS PARSON'S BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Our Book Review. 'A CHRISTIAN' WITH TWO WIVES.' A CURIOUS PARSON'S BOOK. Sundial No. 1. A Christian zvith two Wives. By Rev. Denis Hird, M.A Clement Wilson, 29 Paternoster Row, London, E.C. Price, Is 3d, post free from this office. Of making of books there is no end, and books by parsons are a weariness to the fledi ; but this one isn't ! I found it on my table with a note, as follows : — ' Don'c say who it's from.' That made me interested in it, be cause if I'm told not to read a book I want to read it at once. If I'm told not to say who it's from — well, 1 want to know why. Thai; ?my firm of publishers should be ashamed of a book written by a Rev. M.A. struck me as curious. When I'd read the book I understood why some people were ashamed of it ; but it's a Scrip ture book all right It's bhe story of a big-hearted, pious, narrowly-educated young parson who runs across a man with two wives. He wasn't ' married ' to either of them, but he was a good Christian, a better man than the p...

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Great Show at Bathurst. THE CITY OF THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

? Great Show at Bathurst. — — — y THE CITY OF THE PLAINS. | By thb u Globe Trotter.' 1 A boy from the country was once taken down to Coogee to see the ocean, I and his friends waited for some sign of | admiration, awe, or astonishment, but g none came. When asked what he f thought of it, he said, disparagingly, I ' I never saw such a big patch before 1 with no trees on it. There are people | who can go over the Blue Mountains ! with no more admiration than that ; boy had for the ocean, but to me the | Blue Mountains are a perennial source : of amazement They are the most I wonderful mountains in the world. [ Their ancient raggedness, their weird f fantasticness, their deeply - gorged I ruggedness appeals to me. They grow on me. I was disappointed with them at first, but, like the Falls of Niagara, they need to be waited on to be appre ciated. It may be that one has to learn to love a place to read aright its glory, and it may be, too, that it is this love ' That compels the elements...

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Boiled Down. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Boiled Down. The deepening of the bore at Bar caldine has been completed, the daily flow is now estimated at 800,000 galls. The Queensland Agricultural So ciety's show will be held at Rock hampton in June. A meat works company has been formed at Oharleville,- and an agree ment signed with Geddes, Birb and Co., for the erection of the works. The total yield of gold for Queens land during the March quarter just ended was 147,216 ozs., or an increase of 3776 ozs. as compared with the March quarter of 1895. Dr. Napp, an American mission ary, has been expelled from Diabekir, in Asia Minor ; consequently, several American cruisers have assembled in the Gulf of Iskanderoon. A small herd of stud cattle arrived in Parkes from Melbourne, on Wed nesday. The herd comprised one bull and six cows of the polled Angus breed and they were destined for Mr. Foy's farm. A picture by Miss Murkett, of Sydney, has been accepted for the Paris Salon Advance Australia. Seventeen miners were killed by a colli...

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THE COUNTRY SHOW SUBSIDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

THE COUNTRY SHOW SUBSIDIES. The men in the Hunter River Valley struck a good note at their meeting last week. It was proposed, seconded and carried, thab there should be only one show held an nually in the Hunter River Valley. There must be some reduction made in the number of shows held annually- because they have become a nuisance, and many of them are held in the in terests of the hotel keepers only. There's no sense in holding a show that has no educational value. There can be no possible education in half-a-dozen shows held within a radius of 30 miles. The men with good exhibits cannot afford to send to them all. Men with miserable ex hibits send them to the Mud Fiat Show, where there is no competition. They get a first prize from men who know nothing ? about the matter in hand, and then they advertise their ' First Prize,' and foist a worthless article on to a credulous world. Let us have plenty of shows, by all means, but let us make them worthy of a wise people. Fancy having...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

IMPORTANT NOTICE. \ theTred MIKADO TEA. IF you cannot get it in your township, we will send you a 301b. Half-cheat for 30s. ourselves, Carriage Paid to the nearest Railway Station to your Home. Send GASH ;. to Whatham Bros., 334 Kent-st., Sydney. | Bead carefully our advertisement in ! Fridays' issues. \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

TO GRAZIERS. PITT, SON & BADGERY, Ltd. Fat and Store Stock Salesmen. We have the WHOLE of the YARDING and WATERING ACCOM MODATION adjoining the FLEMINGTON SALE YARDS. Good and Extensive Paddocks close by. All Quaker Hill Estate and other Fine Paddocks on the road at Bl&cktown. AT FAT STOCK received and attended to any hour, day or night, by careful men exclusively in our own employ. Our Mr. BADGERY conducts STOCK SALES 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 STOOE DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Reliable Information Given. ^KEHP^iP ?? Elindbtth Sinet^ Sydney. THE SYDNEY Sock & Station Journal. THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF thb FAT STOOK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OP SYDNEY. TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

TO THE MEMBERS J OF THE || Australian Mutual Provident \ Society. i T ADIES and GENTLEMEN,— I beg to I 4 announce that it is my intention to , offer myself as a Candidate for a Seat on - the Board at the next Annual Meeting. ? I think it proper to inform you that I I will, if elected, exert myself to the utmost $ to extend the operations of the Society to j Great Britain. My reasons for this exten- s sion were given at length at a special meeting of the Society, held in Sydney on the 24th July, 1891, at which meeting I carried a resolution in its favor, but did not obtain the two-thirds majority necessary to an alteration in the Bye-laws. My speech will be found fully reported in the morning I papers of July 25th, 1891. Since these reasons were urged a severe crisis has shaken to their foundation many of the Financial Institutions of Australasia, and has em phasized the necessity for extending our operations, in order that we may be : rendered largely independent of the dis- ,' turb...

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The Pastoral Conference. INDEPENDENT ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

The Pastoral Confer ence. INDEPENDENT ACTION. The Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Sydney Smith, has been exceedingly helpful to every form of pastoral and agricultural industry in New South Wales. There has been some talk of him inviting a conference of delegates to meet in Sydney, and some people are very anxious that he should, but if the pastoralists allow him to do so it will be an egregious mistake. The Tenterfield Stock and Pastures Board has called on all the boards in the country to send delegates to Sydney in July. A great many of them are going to do so, and they should have perfectly free hands in the business. If they accept free railway passes from the Government they lose their free dom. It is strongly urged by some pastoralists that no paid servant of the Government should be sent as a dele gate. That is a serious point, and one that should be considered by every board in the selection of its delegates. The first point to consider now is this : In what form are the pas t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Eree Public Library, ? Sydney, 189 Sir, I am directed by the Trustees to invite your attention to Clauses 5, 6, and 7 of the Copyright Act of 1879, which provides that a copy of every Book, d Pamphlet, Newspaper, Sheet of Music, and Periodical published in this Colony shall be delivered to the Librarian of this Library. I need hardly point out to you that it is an advantage to the Authors and Publishers that all publications issued in New South Wales should be available for the use of the Public in this the National Library of the Colony. In the interests of present and future generations of Students, the Trustees are particularly anxious to secure a copy of every publication that can in future I years throw any light on any phase of our History, and have frequently to secure at considerable trouble and expense copies of Pamphlets and other publications which I should have been provided free by the Publishers in past years, but are now rare I and expensive. I The Trustees would, the...

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Charindarnley College A BLUE MOUNTAIN SANATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Chan' ndarn ley College A BLUE MOUNTAIN SANA TORIUM. Some time ago we wrote about the above college, and we're glad that public attention has so far been directed to it as to make it a most suc cessful school. It is admirably situated in Sir Henry Parkes' old house; the schoolmaster, Mr Irvine, is a scholar and a gentleman, and the school is a home for boys. The fees are moderate, the tuition is first-class, and the school is now meeting with the success it deserves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

* » Styl« and Fit in Tailoring. OKNCINK MATERIALS, O1UAT VAKIKT. TUf^?^^l^^! INDIGO SERGES TO \TiM n\ & y f\ fc STAND SUN E S ? A SPECIALITY. TAILORS £?* ?* -sp w« *- OUTFITTERS. ^jT* * fe«r'W Crfl \j\|« 185 PITT-ST., SYDNEY. COUNTRY RES [DENTS.- Wo forward Patterni, B«U. measure Forms ami Fashion Platen: alaoPrtM ' List of everything you froar. * Pleaso mention this Paper.

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Diseased Animals. A STRANGE DECREASE IN CONDEMNATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Diseased Animals. A STRANGE DECREASE IN CONDEMNATIONS. a By the latest report of bhe number f of condemnations ab Glebe Island \i Abattoirs ib would appear that there ;! has been an enormous decrease in. bhe i number of condemned animals at the ; yards of labe. One explanation is that there are fewer Queensland catble there than usual. That is not true, for thorn are probably as many Queensland cabbie sold ab Homebush. now as there were in bhe bad old times. 'Ibis said that the reduction in the numbers condemned is owing bo greater 'care '.on bhe p*rt of the pas toralists /owing -to : the . stricter super vision. That is not true, because in : bhe past every care was taken, as a diseased beaso meant loss, trouble, and worry, and no man would risk thab it ib could be avoided. The pastoralisbs \ are not more careful bhan bhey formerly were. ? There is one explanation that might ji be hazarded. The pastoralists re- j; solved thab after January 6th, 1896, 4 they would take no further re...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Though the shipping of fat stock to England is generally attended .with such serious loss as to render the prac tice unprofitable, shipping sheep from England to Australia is usually done with scarcely any loss. Mr. Godwin Preece, live-stock exporter,- Shrews- | bury, informs the ' Australasian ' | that he has sent stud Shropshire sheep I to several constituents in South Aus- | tralia and Tasmania, without a single faj casualty. The shipment to Tasmania m was an extraordinary one, ss the ewes M produced two lambs each while on the |J voyage, and not a ewe or lamb was 'M lost. U Mr. John Cooke, chairman of the 1 Riverina Frozen Meat Company, left || Melbourne for London by the Hima- 9 laya on Saturday. m Benevolent Prison Inspector : jl Well, my man, I hope you have been m making new resolutions to be acted M upon when you regain your liberty.' m Convict: 'I intend ter learn ter jl ride a bicycle the iirst thing I does.' m B.P.I. : 'A truly laudable desire for M a manly exercise.' ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

Stock and Station. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE OF OUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION Comprising : — PASTORAL HOLDING, IIOMESTliAD LEASES, STOCK, &c. mHE AUSTRALASIAN MORT X GAGE find AGENCY COMPANY, I/n-., have received instructions to Sell, at an curly date, in such lots as may li.: realtor be arranged , by Public Auction, The CUTTABUNDA (COOlilJNGj STATION and STOCK, and certain Homestead Leases, of which the following arc short particulars : — Homestead Lease. Parishes .Mkolia, 1'urnell, County of Narran, No. 170, J«i,'2-!0 Acres. Homestead Lease, Parish Wilby, County Narran, No. 173, 10,210 Acres. All that the Leasehold Area of the Pastoral Holding known as Coolmntc, No. 2W2, situated in the Western District of i he Colony of New South Wales. STOCK ;is Follows. About 20,000 Sheep, oi' mixed aircs and sexes, about 100 Cattle, and about 60 Horses. Further particulars of date and place of sale, &c , wiil be shortly advertised, and in the meantime in tending purcha...

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COMMENTS OF DR. ANDERSON STUART. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 21 April 1896

COMMENTS OF DR. ANDERSON STUART. Dr. Anderson Stuart, president of the Board of Health, referring to the above returns, said It would be seen that the percentage of bullocks con demned at the Glebe Island abattoirs during the past month had only been ?02. The percentage of bullocks con demned used to be as high as 3*5, so that it was at one time 175 times as great as it is now. One explanation with respect to such a sudden drop is that, owing to the prohibition of the importation of cattle from Queens land, cattle killed at the abattoirs are now from New South Wales, and healthier. Another explanation is the greater care exercised at the abattoirs, Beasts about which there is any possible doubt are not now sent to Glebe Island. Whatever is the cause of the reduced percentage, the mat ter, Dr. Stuart added, is of so much interest acd importance, that it will have to be carefully inquired into.

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