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

ON THE TRACK. WHETHER you are getting a living by laying bricks, shifting sand, rig ging shares, selling fish, mixing physic, or by any of the multifarious methods of keeping body and soul together, or if you are not getting a living at all, you are ON THE TRACK. Everybody is on the track, sinners as well as saints, people who delight in the music of ' church-going bells,' and folk who avoid a chapel or a parson as they would a pestilence. THEY ARE ON THE TRACK. They will all get to the end of the track one day. Some in a week, others in a year, a decade, a quarter or half a century. Some few, just entering upon the track, may not reach the gate that takes them off the road for nearly a century, but the tally of these latter is not a long one. At one time or another there'll be a vacant chair, tears of regret, the widow's anguish, the sorrow of mourning children, and maybe — let us hope not— the CURSES OF CREDITORS, swearing because ' fche man they want' has escaped their clutches. ...

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

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

NEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH 75 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. LOCAL BOARD: J. A SIEVERS, Esq. (Messrs.- Dangd Gedye & Co.) i C. M TERRY. Esq. (Messrs. B. \V. Cameron & Co.) ? PAID-UP CAPITAL AND RESERVESJ£3eO,000 CHINA TRADERS' INSURANCE COMPANY, Ltd. WOOL, FROZEN MEAT, LIVE STOCK &c, &c. Insured Against all Risks, ON BEST TERMS. LESLIE R. -'MITCHELL, Manager

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

Births, Marriages, and Deaths, MARRIAGE OF MR. H. S. BADGERY. Have you noticed that we have started a place for ' hatches, matches, and despatches ? ' Have you noticed therein to-day the wedding of Mr. H. S. Badgery 1 Few men are better known or appreciated in the country than the same Mr. Badgery. He has taken a queenly lady to be his wife, and the good wishes of all who know them go with them. It was a very quiet wedding, very quiet indeed, and our reporter was not present, though he wanted to be. We'd like to have told all about it, but it could not be. All that we can do, therefore, is to wish the newly-married couple all the happiness and prosperity they deserve. God bless 'em both. The steamer Severus is now in port loading frozen meat and other cargo. She took on board about 10,000 car cases of mutton at Newcastle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Situations Wanted. SITUATION WANTKD.— LADY desires situation j working housekeeper or r:oinp:iiiion in .rune, | where servant kept.. .Many y^nr.-i in present situa tion. References exchanged. Address, by letter, ' MAY,' Ciener.il rout Otli'o.e, West. .\Iaalarul. ? ATHOKOIGIII.Y COMl'KTKXT WOOLCLASSKR, will) j-efcrcnci's, is open to i.;iko engagements for the coming season. Sc.ouvinp on the station can also be anunijed for. ' X. O. H.,'' 'Sydney Stock! and .Station Jourim! ' Otfice, 'jnncn's P!:irc, Sydney. | MISS tiARDIN '-!;, Governesses1 Institute, 110 Bathurst-street, Has Waiting Governesses and I.. Helps, Tutors, M. Couples, all classes of Servants. GOVERNF^SS, all Brutish, French, music, drawing, painting; verj- superior ;_'ood teacher; matriculated, certit. Gov., Hnj,'lish, French, music, ; drawing, painting, Latin ; .'5 years' refs. ; station pre- I ferred. N. Gov!. English, French, music, drawing, ! needlework: IS mow.' refn. Governess, lonirlish, i music, needlework ; P. Sc...

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Albury. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH & CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Albury. OHAS. L. GRIFFITH & CO. Report Having held their usual fortnightly market ' ab Albury, on Wednesday, April 22nd. Cattle.— Yarded 380 head. Best pens of cows £4 to £4 10s, others from £2 10s ; best pens of bullocks £4 10s to £6, a few higher. Calves were, also, in heavy supply. Good calves 15s to 20s, extra prime and weighty to 35s, an odd beast higher. Forward local bullocks £2 15s to £3 5s. Stores and mixed cattle at late rates. Sold drafts for T. A. Heriot, Mrs. Splatt, A. McNab, Rial Bros., R. L. Teskis, Jingellic Station, J. F. H. Mitchell, John Pierce, jun., Miss Rose Zeppei, — Donovan, T. Jordan, Mrs. Spottiswoode, and others. Sheep.— Sold 4000. Sold best crossbred wethera, prime light weights, Ss to 8s 9d, medium wethers of only middling quality 5s 6d, prime crossbred ewes to 7s 7d, lambs from 4s lid to 6s 2d, two-tooth crossbreds to 5s 2d, store merino wethers to 4s 6d. Mixed lots at current rates. Sold draftg for A. Macvean, A. E. Watson, D. Higgina, G. Gary...

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Gunnedah. BACON AND CO. REPORT— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Gunnedah. BACON and Co. Report— Sheep. — Since our last report of March 17 we have sold for various owners 148,000 stores and fats. Good demand prevails for young wethers and mixed sheep ; fattening wethers easier during dry spell. Cattle.— We have put through 1394 head since our last. Enquiries are principally for New South Wales bred bullocks, suitable for topping up, and cheap mixed cattle. Properties. — We have sold a large selec tion on plains, and have enquiries for handy estates and completed C.P.'s. Auction Sales. — On May 6th we offer Glenfern Estate at Quirindi ; May 15th, Collygra Estate, at Gunnedah. On Monday we yarded 3000 Combsdello wethers, and had fair offers, though not up to owners1 reserve. At Muswellbrook Show sales, conjointly with Edward Higgens, we offered 100 choice heifers, account Edward Tin dale, Bylong, and cleared the lot at an aver age of 50s. April 21st, 1S96.

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Forbes and Condobolin. W. K. GARNSEY AND SONS REPORT— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Forbes and Condobolin. W. K. GARNSEY and SONS Report— Store Sheep. — The demand still keepa good for all classes. We have sold for the A.J.S. Bank of Bundarlm, Gundagai, 28U0 ewes, 1600 wethers and 700 mixed weaners ; for Edward Curr, of Bogabigal, 1200 mixed crossbrerls rising 2 years ; for W. Vaughan, of Vychan, 324' crossbred weaners ; for Andrew McMillan, Kangaroobie, 1400 mixed merinos and 1400 crossbred weaners and two-tootha ; for Fox Bros.. Brotherton, Boggabri, 1400 mixed sheep, 4 and 6-tooth, travelling for Vyvyan Cooke, Tomingley, 1300 wethers 4 and 6-tooth for H. C. Rogers, Killaloola, Obley, 2200 ewes, 2-tooth ; for Lachlan Kennedy, Warroo, 1500 aged ewes ; Bassett Bros., Harland Farm, 1600 mixed sheep ; for the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co,D of Narraden, 3800 wethers 4 and 6-tooth ; for W. W. Pr.'ddle, Glenelg, 2500 wethera 4 and 6-tooth ; for James Murphy, Forbes, 500 mixed sheep ; for J. S. Horafall . and Co., of Kerarbury, i Darlington Point, 10,000 wet...

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Country and Intercolonial. Maitland. E. W. SPARKE Reports— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Country and Intercolonial. Maitland. E. W. SPARKE Reports— .bat battle. — Yardings were very large to-day on account of there being but one sale day this week, and having last sale 1 did not conclude until too late to report in this issue. Pat Calves.— Fairly large supply forward. I sold— W. Marshall, 18 at 19s to 35a ; J. K. Mackuy, 5 at 16s b'd to 32s ; Thos. Hall, 3 at 20s ;^ J. N. Lawrie, 3 at 18s 6d to 27b 6d. Fat Sheep. — A very large supply forward. I sold— C. Wyndham, lambs at 6s ^d ; W. G. Robinson, 340 wethers at 6s 6d to 7s 9d ; Aug. Hooke, 269 at 5s lOd to 6s 6d : W Keys, 229 at 6s 2d to 7s 9d ; J. and W. Mackay, 97 at 7s 9d to 9s 5d, 79 ewes at 7s 8d to 8s 7d. Pat and Store Pigs.— Very large aupply penned. I sold : R. G. Hungerford, 2 at £1 4a 6d to 45s ; George Burke, 16 at lie 9d tol9s9d; W. Pinchon. 1 at 35s; J. Picton, 1 at IHs ; C. G. M. Civpp, 5 ao 10s 6d to 31s ; W. Cardow, 5 at 22s 6d ; S. Pankhurst, 1 at 35s; D. Nicholson, 5 at 11b 6d ; John Deasy, 6 at 25s : W...

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HORSES. Joseph Leeds and Co. report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

HORSES. Joseph Leeds and Co. report Holding a most successful sale of horses on Wednesday last at the Camperdown Sale Yards. Mr. F. B. Suttor's draft made up to £17. The purchases made for the Indian mar ket averaged within a shade of £14 per head. We also sold 40 head on account of Mr. E. A. Traynor, to £8 5s. The demand for good sorts suitable for the Indian market is very strong. April 24th, 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

A NEW SILT SCOOP. SIMPER'S PATENT. The SIMPLEST and MOST EFFECTIVE SCOOP yet introduced. For Further Particulars apply to ALEX. S. SCOTT, Martin Place, SY:o:Kr:E3Y!, OR TO CHAS. SIMPER, Paradise Plains, TO THE MEMBERS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident Society. LADIES and GENTLEMEN,— I beg to 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 will, if elected, exert myself to the utmost to extend the operations of the Society to Great Britain. My reasons for this exten Bion 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 tp an alteration in the Bye- laws. My speech will be found fully reported in the morning papers of July 25 th, 1891. Since these reasons were urged a severe crisis has shaken to their foundation many of the Fin...

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CITY YARDS. Joseph Leeds & Co. report [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

CITY YARDS. Joseph Leeds & Co. report The market very dull, the supply being far and away above require ments. We sold 30 head for B. O. Ranken, to 30s, rail Gundagai. Warden Harry Graves & Son report Having sold 58 calve* for Kenil worth Estate, rail Yass Junction, to £1 10s 6d, averaging 17s 3d.

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The AMP. Society. THE ELECTION OP R. M. PITT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

The AMP. Society. THE ELECTION OF R. M. PITT. The excitement over the election of directors for the A. M. P. Society has spread all over the colonies. Mr. R. M. Pitt (Messrs. Pitt Son and Badgery, Ltd.) has received the largest possible amount of advertising tnrougn tne question or going to iUng land. The papers in Queensland, Vic toria, New Zealand, and South Aus tralia have been flooded with letters on the subject, and if the majority of the members are in favour of that Mr. Pitt will come in at the head of the poll. We believe, from the voting in 1891, that the majority is in his favour. Of course, his election will not mean thab the society will open an office in London. It only means that, if he is elected, the members will have the opportunity of voting on the question later, and a two-thirds majority is necessary to bring it about. Mr. Pitt will secure an immense number of vote3 on his personal merits, apart from the English ques tion altogether, because we know quite a numbe...

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Adelaide Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Adelaide Fat Stock Market. Wednesday. — Messrs. Elder, Smith and Company, Ltd. , report : — Cattle : 680 yarded, 200 being from the south-east, and the balance in equal numbers from the north and local sources. Prime beef sold to 22s. We sold 130 cattle. Sheep : 9000 forward, consisting mainly of indifferent qualities. After shippers had purchased 1000 fat crossbreds the selection for the trade was poor, and for best descriptions values were slightly firmer, but others were difficult to quit. Prime wethers to 10s, primes ewes to 7s. We sold 2400 sheep.

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TO THE EDITOR "S.S. AND S JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — The secretary of the A.M. P. Society denies my assertion that loans cannot be obtained from the society without the aid of favoured brokers or solicitors. Will the secretary, Mr. Cameron, publish, for the information of the members, the number of ad vances made direct to farmers with out the intervention of brokers and solicitors 1 I am very glad to hear that the society will deal promptly with any application from farmers ; but my experience, as well as that of my friend, is that they are dealt with very promptly indeed by being con sidered and declined. I want to see the society's funds soundly invested in the country in helping to make the country produce, not, as in the past, conserved in the cities and towns, in vested in bricks and mortar. Then the society will be taking up its share in the national work. We want money invested in channels that will make our lands productive, and by the expenditure of that money provide em ployment ...

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Melbourne Fat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Melbourne Fat Stock Market. Tuesday. — In the live stock market to-day the supply of fat sheep was rather behind that of last week in regard to num ber. 17,000 having been yarded. Prime crbssbred wethers, 10s to lls 6d : extra ditto, 12s to 13s 6d ; good ditto, 8s 6d to 9s 6d ; prime crossbred ewes 8a 6d to 10s ; extra ditto, 10s 6d to 128 ; good ditto 7s to 8s ; prime merino wethers, 7s to 8s 6d ; middling and inferior from 4s 6d : prime merino ewes, 5s 6d to 6s 6(1 ; others from 3s. The market was heavily supplied with fat lambs, 5500 having been penned. The demand was dull, and prices ruled fully 6d per head lower than last week's rates. Prime sold at 6s 6d to 7b 6d ; extra, in full wool, 8s to 9s ; good sold at 5s 6d to 6s ; second and inferior from 3s. Wednesday. — In the Melbourne live stock market 1730 fat cattle were yarded, comprising 140 from New South Wales, 670 from north-eastern and the Goulburn Valley districts, 750 from Gippsland, and 170 from the westward. Prime pens...

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Hordern Brothers. CHEAP CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 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 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 clothes cheap 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, of N.S.W. tweeds, for the modest sum...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Stock and Station. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OK INTENDED SALE OF CUTTABUNDA (COO BUNG) STATION Comprising : — PASTORAL HOLDING, HOMESTEAD LEASES, STOCK. &c. THE AUSTRALASIAN MORT GAGE and AGENCY COMPANY, Ltd., have received instructions to Sell, at an early date, in such lots as may h.; reaf ter be arranged, by Public Auction, The CUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION and STOCK, and certain Homestead Leases, of which the following are short particulars : — Homestead Lease, Parishes Alkolia, Burnell, County of Narran, No. 170, 10,240 Acres. Homestead Lease, Parish Wilby, County Narran, No. 173, 10,240 Acres. All that the Leasehold Area of the Pastoral Holding known as Coobung, No. 292, situated in the Western District of the Colony of A'ew South Wales, STOCK as Follows. About 20,000 Sheep, of mixed ages and sexes, about 100 Cattle, and about 50 Horses. Further particulars of date and place of sale, &c, will be shortly advertised, and in the meantime in tending purchasers can obtain u...

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Gossip. There are some things about men that are interesting. They all began life as babies, and they'll stop living some day. You wouldn't think so to see how some of them carry on, but it's true all the same. Most men are born crying, they live complaining, and they die disappointed. Men can be divided into two classes— good and bad — but there's none all good and there's none all bad. When they are very young they are very much alike — they need feeding, cleaning, and training. As they grow older they begin to differentiate — as the scientific chaps say — and get all sorts of fads. They fall out about trifles and each mite of a mortal thinks he's the one that's right and all the rest are fools. Thank God for the cunning device of death that levels us all in the end. Please excuse me for referring to the death business. It may seem morbid to you, but it s a source of very great amuse ment to me. What set me to thinking about the : folly of mankind was a ' conference ' ; I they had...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. KOBERTSON.— April 1st, at Forbes, the wife of A. Tertius Robertson, Traversdale, of a son. MAITLAND.— April ICth, at her residence, Wyalong, the -wife of J. S M-.iitland, C.P.S., of a sen. MARRIAGES. MORON'Y— ANGLIM.— April 6th, 189(5, at St. Francis' of Assisi, I'addington, by the Rev. Father Lawler, O.S.I1'., Thomas, eldest son of II. Morony, Esq., of Home Rule, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Thomas Anglim, Esq., of Muderee. HALLIGAN— SUTTOR.— April 14th, at All Saints' Church, Woollahra, by the Rev. II. Wallace Mort, Maurice Bernard, third son of the late Gerald Halligan, to Grace Agnes, third daughter of the Hon. W. II. Suttor, M.L.C. DECENT— THOMAS.— April 8th, at St. Andrew's, Waratah, by the Rev. Archibald Shaw, Joseph H. Decent, of Montrose, Singleton, to Florence fimmeline, eldest daughter of Edwin Thomas, Mount Eden, Waratah. DEATH. TINGCOMBE.— At the residence of his nephew. G. Tingcombe, 5 Phillip-terrace, Union-street, North Sydn...

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