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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 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, serget ette, tweeds, and suitings. Quality undoubted. Fancy getting a suit made to measure from a large selection for 45s. They make a dress-suit for four guineas and upwards. It looks as if we were going to get our c'othes cleap 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 ppectable ; 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, addrested Hordern Brothers, Pitt-street (only), Sydney. To promote a feeling of interest in colonial industry a business suit is made co order, of N.S.W. tweeds, for the modest su...

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Australian Preserved Meat. A REGENT EXHIBIT. SYDNEY TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Australian Preserved Meat. A REGENT EXHIBIT. SYDNEY TO THE FRONT. Not long ago some of our men were picnicicg at Manly and they ran short of tinned meat, They sent up to the Corso for some and the messenger re turned with a tin of Chicago beef. That is the kind of an incident that fills a man's soul with the idea that we are not a practical or patriotic people or else it points to the idea that we are unable to preserve meat our selves. A slab of solid fact lies hidden in the statement that Australians have very little faith in the potentialities of their own country or their own coun trymen. The display made by the Sydney Meat Preserving Company at the last The Sydney Meat Preserving Company's Exhibit, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, Sydney, 1896. show ought to have opened the eyes of all our people to the new factor that is moving in the land \ but the trouble with most of us is the same as afflicts potatoes and corn — we have eyes, but we see not ; we have ears, but we hear no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

The Most RELIABLE and CHEAPEST BOOTS AND SHOES Can be had by Posting your Order fco JOHN HUNTER'S CITY BOOT PALACE, GEORGE & MARKET STREETS. Try the IALMUINEA BOOT — exceptional value Orders by Post receive careful and prompt attention. The Great Remedy -E5) m yr -p*\ je TOfTr|!\, B4T- JgLi&JLoi&MlU BALDNESS : — ? ^ It will instantly arrest the Falling Out of the Hair, and we guarantee it to Produce a New Growth on the BALDEST HEAD. It is perfectly harmless, and requires to be used only once a week BA.LSANIO is without doubt the most' extraordinary and successful Preparation for the HAIR ever introduced, and within an incredibly short space of time it has commanded an enormous sale. HALS AN IO is sold by all Chemists or posted to any address in Australia, with proofs and testimonials, for 5a 6d (Postal Note), from CLELAND and CO., 93 York-street, Sydney. Send for full particulars. Correspondence invited. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY MONEY TO LEND 0N M0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

THE PUREST SCHNAPPS IMPORTED. TUCKER & GO., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

THE LATEST NOVELTY. -,' THE GREAT RAILWAY PUZZLE.' HUNDREDS Ob1 THOUSANDS have been amused and bad thfir wits sharpened by a l'u'/.z'.u known as ' l'l^s in Clover.' But the pigs have gone the way of all flesh, and we live in a railway age and THE GREAT RAILWAY Vl'/.'ALV. is the 'latest and best means for passing the timo in travel or in the home. It is neatly got up in a cardboard box measur ing 8 in. by 5 in., and is without doubt one of the most interesting and amusing puzzles ever yet placed before the public. No one should bu without it, as it is suit able for all classes, either young or old. PRICK, Is; or by Tost, Free, Is 'id. Send Stamps or Postal Note to M. C. IBBOTSEN, ?♦Agriculturist' Office, 298 George-Btreet, Sydney Bogo Wool-Scouring Material USED BY THE BEST SCOUREES. The Surest, Simplest, and most Economical Wool Scourer known. Perfectly Uuinjurious. Leaves the Wo 1 white, soft, silky E. C. DUNN, 1G Elizabeth-street, Sydney ~p'. -$Ta S. N. CO. FORTNIGHTLY DEPARTURES ...

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LAMBS. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

LAMBS. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold— 48 lambs J. W. Hillas, Bannaby, rail Marulan ... 6 5 6 lamb^ same owner ... 5 4 30 lambs H. T. Pratt, Belmont, rail Nyngan ... 6 2 85 lambs same owner ... 5 10 50 lambs same owner ... 5 3 15 lambs Southern Agents, rail Albury ??? 5 4 15 lambs same owners ... 4 6 s. d. 28 lambs D. Granger, Collector, rail Breadalbane ... 4 2 750 lambs Northern ? Agents, rail North ... ? 8 lambs F. W. Hume, Euralie, rail Yass ... 5 4 24 lambs T. Givney, Adjunbilly, rail Gundagai ... 4 4 Joseph Leeds and Co. sold— 80 lambs J. Dalton, Kangaroobie, rail Orange ... 6 4 12 lambs N. WilBon, Caloola, rail Newbridge ... 6 2 3 lambs F. B. Suttor, Katella, rail Stuart Town ... 5 9 1 lamb Roche and Arragon, rail Gundagai ... 5 9 202 lambs Namina Estate, Namina, rail Wellington ... 5 4 Maiden Bros, sold— 294 lambs, shorn, Peterson and Sar good, Ellerslie, rail Gundagai 6/3 to 6 5 103 lambs same owner 5/7 to 5 10 2 lambs Thos. Booth, Willow Grove, rail Gunning ... 7 ...

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Sydney Wool Report. THURSDAY NOON, APRIL 23rd, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Sydney Wool Report. Thursday Noox, April 23rd, 1896. The local sales were resumed on the 20th and 21at instants when 3749 bales were sub mitted, viz., 1802 on Monday and 1947 on Tuesday. There was a good attendance of buyers at both auctions, and the bidding was spirited, but a slight dulness in prices was noticeable as compared with the last Bales held on the 25th and 26th ultimo. This slightly easier feeling was confined chiefly to inferior scoured parcels which predominated in the offerings, as any lots of particular merit realised values fully equivalent to those of a month ago. Taking Monday's sale first, the catalogues included a large percentage of scoured wools from the northern portions of the colony, with a sprinkling of several small lots from Queensland, and a few greasy parcels for the most part remnants of clips that have been held since January. No superior lots were offered in either section, and of the greasy portion shown, one of the most at tractive lots submitted...

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Carnivorous Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Carnivorous Horses. In a recent number of the '? Annales de Medicine Veterinaire' M. Laquer riere relates his experience while en trenched within the walls of Metz during the Franco-Prussian war in 1870, when, in the absence of forage and grain, he was compelled to feed his horses en meat, sometimes in a raw condition. Since theu he made some experiments — viz., in 1875-6 — which led him to conclude that meat with blood may be fed to horses. He afterwards manufactured a biscuit composed of meal, blood and other animal substances, and thinks that reserve ailment of this nature may be of signal service as a reserve food in times of war. The fact that horses will subsist on animnl substances, and thrive upon them, is no novelty. The virtue of beef soup, of cg^s, and of milk as nutritious food for horses has long been recognised, nv.d the great benefits to be derived from them when horses are in a weak aud ailing con dition, and therefore beneficial also when they are in good health. An...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1896. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Jjirarelrasli -Jfat Jltcr$ Jlaki The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1896. S HE E P. ?- 41,925 Sheep penned, consisting principally of fair to good quality, with a moderate /; proportion of ewes. Prime wethers were scarce and in atrong demand, any suitable lots :?; for shipping being eagerly snapped up by the exporters, while the Sydney Meat Preserv ing Company relieved the market of a large number, including the bulk of the ewes. There was a good attendance of buyers throughout the sales, and, notwithstanding the heavy supply forward, market showed very little alteration in values, any good lots remaining very firm at last day's rates, while lower qualities were slightly easier. Lambs were in heavy supply, and prices a trifle weaker. QUOTATIONS : Extra prime pens of wethers 9s 7d, few 12s Prime pens of ewes 7s to 7s 7d 3d Good pens of ewes 6s to 6s 6d. ] Prime pens of wethers 8s 6d to 9s Medium pens of ewes 4s 4d to 5s Good pe...

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CITY YARDS. Weaver and Ferry report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

CITY YARDS. Weaver and Ferry report Fat Calves. — 469 yarded, a number far in excess of requirements, consequently prices were very low indeed. We sold 22 from Quiriudi to 30s, averaging 19s ; 40 from Goulburn at 13s. Fat Pigs. — Prices realised very satisfac tory. We sold 14 from Penrith to £2 10s, averaging £1 10s ld, 6 from Oakendale 18s 6d, 8 from Lismore to £2 11s. J. C. Young & Go. report Fat Calves. — An exceptionally large number of calves forward this week, about 465 being penned, and the market was com pletely glutted. We sold 23 calves from Muswelibrook, to 29s 6d, averaging 21s 7d ; 23 from Gunnedah, averaging 20s. Fat Pigs. — Fair supplies of pigs forward this week, bacon pigs are selling extremely well, also large heavy pigs ; porkers, although selling fairly well, are a shade easier than late rates. Best heavy pigs made to £3 10s, this price being obtained by us for a consignment from the (South Coast ; Best Baconers to 55s, prime to 45s, light from 27s Gd ; B...

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Great Show at Bathurst. BATHURST AND ITS PARK. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Great Show at Bathurst. BATHURST AND ITS PARK. (By The Globe Trotter.) II. When we were drawing near to Bathurst a gentleman said, ' It's a ? town of about 11,000 inhabitants.' Then up spake a gentlejady, saying, 'Then, I suppose, they have a weekly paper in Bathurst 1' Whereat some body laughed most consumedly and said, ' A weekly paper ! Why they have three daily papers, one weekly and a monthly paper, and they all live ! ' Think of the cheek and enter prise of the newspaper men, and of the voracity of the people for news. That's characteristic of our race. I guess it is born in us. P.S. — A man told me the other day that ?' guess ' i^j an American word, but I'd like to point out that it's good old English. John Wesley objected to the devil having all the good timed, and I object: to the Americans being allowed to copyright good old words. Chaucer lived centures before the Declaration of Independence was signed, and he said, in the 'Knight's Tale,' — ' Her yelwe heor was braided i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

? ZNts ^§nr ^frSsSHEEP AND OATTLE SALES conducted ^ -^. &dfll & ^N. ** HOMBBUSH orery Monday »nd Thursday. fe, %, ^f^ AfcT^j. PI G SALES conducted at City Yardn %£ G * \^^#^ik SvCALF SALES «very WeAnwday. ^k^a -Jfi X, '^jfl.*^ HORSES *t Oamp«rd.*T /! *'/ ffCj) *-fo &- ^ #Ir ^S. m may be arranged. HENDERSON BROS., 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS . SHJSEP AJ¥JD CAVXIiE SiAXESMJEJtf. I VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED | Good Paddock Accommodation for Stock at Homebush. % ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION. |i Account Sales Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale. WARDEN HARRYJrRAVES AND SON. , TjlXTENSIVE Paddock Accommodation, for the reception of Stock, both at Homebush Pi 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 drafted when deemed advisable, an...

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Pitt, Son & Badgery. Ltd. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Pitt, Son & Badgery. Ltd., report Fat Calves. — 465 calves penned this week, which number completely glutted the market. The quality of those forward wast fair, but no prime heavy sorts were included. Market opened to a large at tendance of buyers, but most of them had some on hand from last week, and were consequently not eager purchasers. Com petition throughout was extremely dull, and prices were much weaker, especially for mecium sorts which were only quitted with difficulty. We quote best forward to 35s ; good and heavy 25s to 30s ; lighter sorts (large) 18s to 23a ; prime young vealers to 25s ; good 14s 6d to 18s ; medium and inferior from 5s. We sold 154 for various owners as follows :— 27 from Singleton, to 28s 6d, averaging 19s 8d ; 32 from Marulan, to 16s, averaging 14s 8d ; 34 from Gundagai, to 15s, averaging 13s 9d ; 31 from Bungondore, to 16s ; 31 from Tarago. Fat Pigs.— The pig market this week has been fully supplied, the bulk of which has consisted of porkers...

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Our Scot Critics. "AUSTRALIAN GOSSIP AND STORY." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Our Scot Critics. \ ?'AUSTRALIAN GOSSIP AND :\) STORY.' ;j Australian farmers are somewhat more isolated than those uf tho old \ country, but the agricultural news- j; papers of I. he colony give them some spicy reading, by means of which they sire enabled to wile away their spare hours, in the 'Sydney Slock and : Station Journal ' there was printed a series of articles entitled ' Australian Gossip and Story, said to be contri buted by the ' Globe Trotter.' They are written in a bright and cheery style, and the: language employed is of .. such a quaint. and humorous ? character that all classes of j men ;uui women can have no difficulty I in i'olluwiug the 'Globe Trotter' ia ^ his wanderings, while not unfrequently J re he treats his readers to nice little bits of humour. These articles have now been reprinted in book form by Messrs, William Brooks & Co., Queen's Place, Sydney. We feel sure that if the book was on sale in this country it would have a wide circulation. Britis...

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Private Sales. Weaver & Perry report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Private Sales. Weaver & Perry report Having sold, on account Oreel Station, 4475 fat wethers ; on account Mount Harris Sta tion, 186 fat bullocks ; on account J. F. Boadle, 65 fat bullocks ; on acoount S. Stewart, 1063 fat wethers ; on account Steel Beveridge, 2180 wethers.

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To our Readers [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

To our Readers 1 Gentle and simple, listen to my lay. j One of our best advertisers said to ma I the other day, showing me a letter, j ' That's the urst time we ever got an | order when the writer referred ? directly to your paper' JNow. that J tirin has got a lot of business through i our columns, because they keep good : things at a fair price, and we let you know it. But, as that man said, 'We know we get the orders through you, but it's much more satisfactory both to you and us to have it stated so.' Exactly ! You see the point, readers 'I You want us to succeed. We don't ask you to pray for us — but you may — and we don't ask you to pay much (7s Gd), but just keep us in mind when you send your orders to town. 'Nuff said, eh ?

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Havilah Rams. Weaver & Perry report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Havilah Rams. Weaver & Perry report Having sold, on account of H. C. White, 320 Havilah rams, rising two years old, being the last of the flock rams of the 1894 drop, at three guineas per head. Dangar and Bell purchasers. The police report that. George Quinn, a well-known selector, residing at Mumbigle, near Forbes, fell from his horse on Sunday night, and died shortly afterwards

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DISEASED CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

DISEASED CATTLE. In our issue of i 7 t-ii inst. Mr. Thomas Fitzpabriok, of Carcoar, asks a very pertinent question in regard to diseased animals. Ho wants to know if a di over cau g.'b a pas* to drive diseased cattle to a -b-jilin^-down works if the drover makes an affidavit that they are nob for human consumpjj tion. Tho answer is NO. Last December a numbur of pastoralists | laid this matter before the Premier, ; j who saw the hardship, and promised his consideration. The law will cer- ,- tainly be altered in time if the pas- 1 toralists make a noise over it, but as I the law stands at present you can I take the ruling of the Board of Health ; in the following circular : — | [copy.] I Board of Health, | Offices, 127 Macquarie-street, | Sydney, July 17th, 1895.1 Diseased Animals and Meat Act. \ Sir, — This Department having been frequently requested to permit the ?][ travelling of diseased animals to boil- | ing-down works in different parts of j| the colony, legal opinion on the ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

Outside Sales. PURE STOCK. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd report — Having sold account Australian Agricultural Company, Warrah, 60 flock rams ; account F. S. Falkiner, Boonoke, 250 single stud rams. The demand for rams is good, and we have other sales in negotiation. April 21st, 1896. The Council of Agriculture of Tas mania, which has had a bitter struggle through its existence, is to be amal gated with the Department of Stock. j; pOOD SHEEP.i PASSING HILLSTON. 10,000 Mixed Sexes, rising two years, August shorn splendid condition, 6-tooth ; 6s 6d cash. BACON and CO., GUNNEDAH. CHEAP MONEY. WE have Trust Funds and other Monies to invest in sums of £5,000 OR MORE, AT 4£ PER CENT., and in SMALLER AMOUNTS, at from 5 PER CENT., on Approved Securities. F. A. WALLER & GO,, 70 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. All Communications Strictly Confidential

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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 24 April 1896

O A. T T L E. 787 Cattle yarded, which number was rather too many for requirements after last Monday's oversupply. There was a good attendance of buyers, including the Sydney Meat Preserving Company, who bought freely, and, although market was dull, very little decline in values was noticeable. The Bupply consisted principally ot Queenslanders, one lot of which were cows, exceptionally prime and heavy, the bullocks for the most part being of indifferent quality. QUOTATIONS : Good yards of bullocks £4 10s to £5 3s Extra prime pens of cows £4 5s to £4 11b Fair to middling yards of bullocks £3 to £3 Good prime pens of cows £3 5s to £4 15s Medium pens of cows £2 5s to £2 15s AVERAGES. NO DESCRIPTION. OWNEBS. AVEBAGE. BEMARKS £ S. d. 2 bullocks... D. C. Ranken ...550. .rail, Gundagai 36 bullocks... A. A. Oo. ... 4 17 3 ...rail, Willow Tree 15 bullocks... H. Everingham ... 4 12 5 ...rail, Narrabri 20 bullocks... Kanimbla Estate ... 4 12 0 ...rail, Mt. Victoria 43 bullocks... J. A. Turner ...

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