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

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

Poverty and the Poor. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — ' Gossip,' as usual, has a good hold of his subject when he lays the blame of so much poverty on our present social system, and I don't see how it is to improve while we put gold above God Almighty, and salve our consciences with the thought that we are followers of Jesus Christ. Wa hold ud our hands in horror and indignation when we read about savages sacrificing human beings to their idols, and do not give a thought to the thousands we daily trample on in approaching the object of our adoration. We send our missionaries to convert the heathen to Christianity, and if Christ came amongst us wear ing the garb of humillity, and dared to spea*k as he spoke to the Jews, we might not crucify him, but we would put him in a lunatic asylum. Verily gold is God, and we are its prophets, and can't afford to open our ears to the cry of the unfortunates trampled on. Yours, etc., ARGYLE McCAIiLUM. Good Hope, April 18th, 1896.

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

Tick Fever. The Minister for Agriculture (Mr. S. Smith) had an interview with Mr. Tozer, Colonial Secretary for Queens land, last week, with reference to the quarantine regulations, for the pur pose of preventing the introduction of 'tick fever' into New South Wales. Mr. Smith states that the Queens land Governmeut is willing to co operate with this colony in every way possible, but some slight modifications of the Quarantine arrangements are asked for. The matter is still under consideration.

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

' EXPERTS ON CAKE AND PUB when y^*£k&-&**-*~&&£0f made V / Ain%4i llflovif'e SOLD IN Cd- TINS * a' nUIll IwlCiry ** First Class Gr«-cer8. A»k for it, and do not |Hfe | ? ? -» ?'% I '?g&ar* Baking Powder

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

Things are a bit mixed with the French Senate at present. The Premier, M. Bourgeois, has resigned. Australian Mutual Provident Society. J. B. YOUDALE, AGENT, 108 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. WRITE OR CALL. LAND TAX. T. F. WALLER, OF 70' PITT STREET, SYDNEY. desires to inform his friends and the Public generally that he is pre pared to undertake VALUATIONS op PROPERTIES.

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

'*£££« GILBEYS DRY GIN OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. TUCKER & CO., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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

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

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Death of Sir Henry Parkes. THE PASSING OF A GREAT MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Death of Sir Henry Parkes. THE PASSING OF A GREAT MAN. On Monday morning about four o' clock Sir Henry Parkes died. The grand old man was born in (he year of Waterloo, 1815, and now, at the ripe age of 81 he lays down his armour and passes out to join the silent ones. Peace be unto him ! He did a good vrork while he .lived, and earned a blessed rest. His funeral takes place at Faulconbridgc. in the little cemetery that is beside th« house he selected long ago — ' Charindam ley.' He was a great man, and future ages will do him full justice.

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

Ear-Marking Cattle. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Re ear-marking cattle and the Warrego Inspector's letter on the subject in your paper of the 17th inst., I fail to see that Mr. Shepherd's letter or the discovery of the bullock in the drover's mob proves any thing to justify the adoption of, I think, the Chief Inspector's proposed system of ear marks for cattle. Mr. Shepherd admits the brand was in the same position as the brand on the rest of the mob, but was illegible. Now there is nothing in his letter to prove that this bullock was not one of the 1200 head delivered to the drover. It is a common thing to put different ear-marks on cattle on the same station. For instance, a different mark is often put on milkers, calves, and spayed cows, tfcc. Now is it not possible that that this drover may have been inadvertently but unfairly dealt with 1 The assumption is the bullock was taken from the mob. As the Inspector says, no doubt the drover would have cut him out, but...

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

Branding Hides. TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — The subject of the letter you publish from G. Wilcox and Co. was the main object of the conference of the Chief Inspectors of Stock held in Brisbane in 1895. Expert's evidence was taken re the deterioration in the value of hides caused by the present system of brand ing, and the advice of leading pas foralists was nought as to the best method of preventing the present waste of 3s per hide. It was found that the least valuable portions of the hide were thigh, forearm, neck and cheek, and it was recommended that brands should be confined to these portions : — Large brands being impracticable in such positious, it was n-coiumendrcl that smaller irons should be per mitted. For the same reason, it was sug gested that single letter or single symbol brands should take the place of the three character brands now in use. As it was admitted that small brands in such positions would require careful scrutiny, it was recommended that e...

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The National Gallery. OUR NEW LOAN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

The National Gallery. OUR NEW LOAN PICTURES. By the ' Globe Teotter.' We have a ' National Gallery ' in the Sydney Domain, and it makes the ' intelligent foreigner ' sneer when he sees it. Anybody would imagine that we were a poor little people, with wild artistic yearnings, which we had been compelled to satisfy with an in complete, unfinished brick building. As a matter of fact we are a young, enterprising people, striving to make money, with but little time to devote to art. We have raised some magnifi cent buildings in Sydney, like the Post Office, the Lands' Office, the Colonial Secretary's Office, and other buildings that would do credit to London, but as to art, ah me ! We're erecting our art gallery in penny numbers ! We've had a small brick shell for some years; now we're going to have a second edi tion ', and if the world goes very well with us we'll have another edition in a few years. We take our art homceo pathically ! I'd liko to tell you the story of the two men who h...

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

A Tax on Stallions TO THE EDITOR ' S.S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — In reference to Mr D.D. Baird's letter to your journal on a ' Tax on bicycles and tricycles,' I have no doubt that such a tax would be a really good thing. Bicycles have di.;ne a great deal of harm in the country, and I suppose they have affected the railway revenue in Syd ney. In the country, now that the sale, of horses is considerably less than formerly, manual laborers, such as blacksmiths, wheelwrights, and har nessmakers are beginning to feel the effect of the influx of these machines. In face, of this, how can the far mers be asked to pay a tax on stal lions ; we bhould have it on bicycles and tricycles. Times are too bad now to think of taxing the farmers any further. What we require is Protection, leaving a fair market for our farmers and squatters, then after a few years they will, no doubt, be able to pay the tax, but with Free trade staring them in the face I can not see how they can expect to be any better ...

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

COOERWDLL ACADEMY, Bowenfells, Blue Mountains. FOUNDED 1883. COMMITTEK OK MANAGEMENT (Appointed by the Council of -St. Andrew's College) Rev. JAMES CAMERON, M.A., D.D., Richmond. Rev. A. C. GEIKIE, D.D., LL.D., Bathurst. J. L. BROWN, Esq., ' Methven,' Bowenfells. CHARLES SMITH. Esq., ' Goderich.' Sydney. J. T. WALKER, Esq., ?' Koseinont,' Woollahra. Rkctoe : C. A. FLINT, M.A. (Syd.) (late University Scholar and Tutor of St, Andrew's). THE SCHOOL BUILDINGS are within easy diij tance of the railway station and provide accom modation tor some 80 Boarders. The dry, bracing climate of Bowenfells (3000 feet above sea level! combined with the use of the School Swimming Bath and Gymnasium, favour health and physical development. The Education provided is both high class and modern in character and fully up to Honor Matricula tion Standard. Special attention is given to Practical Science. The whole life oi the Boarder is under kindlf direction and control. INCLUSIVE FEE, 15 GUINEAS. No age l...

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

Anthropological Society. This much needed society is now fairly under weigh and is calling on all men everywhere to come and be members at) £1 per annum. The cir cular they are sending out concludps as follows : — 'The Society proposes, as one of its first objects, to collect all that is still possible relating to the Dark Races in Australia. ' As the Society now wishes to com mence active operations in the terms of its prospectus, would you kindly for ward your subscription as soon as con venient, especially as it is intended to publish a monthly journal of the Society's transactions at an early date. ' I have the honor to be, Sir, ' Your obedient servant, ' W. Wentworth Bugknell, 11 Hon. Gen. Sec. ' c Argreah,' Marrickville, ' Sydney.'

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

STT-A.TIO3XT STTJE»J»I«X3E1S PETER N. RUSSELL, Squatters- Agent and Commercial Broker. Vw I ITT STif 5 1 Until 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. SKIXS. FX7RS. SKCXIKTS. To Bush Residents and Country Visitors. I AH nillllTII n nn Are the only FURRIERS and SKIN IA.\ \M\ I M Xl I. II DRESSERS in New South Wales who UnU. Ollll III U UU. execute the whole of' their work — — — - ' ? ? ' » under their own supervision. Four Dozen Opossum Skins tanned, dressed, made into a Large-sized Rug and lined with Best Cloth (any color) for THIRTY SHILLINGS. JAS. SMITH & CO., Manufacturing Furriers, Establishment : GEORGE STREET (opp. Bridge St.), Sydney. Factory: COOK'S RIVER ROAD, St. Peters. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY MONEY TO LEND ov moorptgage FREEHOLD & C.R LANDS (COMBINED)...

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

TO GRAZIERS. PITT, SON & BADGERY, Ltd. Fat and Store Stock Salesmen. We ^ have the WHOLE of the YARDING and WATERING ACCOM i 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. i y ? ' All PAT STOCK received and attended to any hoar, 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. wlv * jMHfift 'gJeiertrum? burgeon. | VCjSp *- Elizabeth Street, Sydney. THE SYDNEY Stock & Station Journal, THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OP thb FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION op SYDNEY. TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1896.

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

STOCK AND STATION.— Continued. PASTORAL PROPERTIES for Sale by HILL, CLARK and CO., SYDNEY. ?3 J- Quirindi District. — 1370 acres secured, with 1200 sheep, ;' £1800. i'ij Coonabarabran District. — 2000 acres secured and :'! 30,000 acres Crown lands, with 3600 gheep and ;f 200 cattle, £5000. jr Bathurst District.— 6500 acres secured, £3000. s Parkes District.— 7700 acres socured, with 6000 sheep. £6500. :?'! Parkes District.— 15,500 acres secured, £9600. ' Parkes District.- 7800 acres secured, £7700. ij Narramine District.— 10, (iUO acres secured, £7000. ,; Warren District.— 77CO acres seemed, £7000. !'j Gilgandra District. -3600 acres seoured and 12,800 i acres Crown lands, with 7000 sheep, 110 head cattle, £600u. Ooonamble District. — 2500 acres secured, and 12,500 acres Crown Lands, with 12,000 sheep, 22 cattle and 17 horses, £6000. Nerertire District. — G500 acres secured, and 5900 acres ; Crown Lands, with 6680 sheep, 28 cattle and 16 f horses. £6500. j Forbes District. — 11,400...

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The Great Bathurst Show. THE RAMIE PLANT, &c. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

The Great Bathurst Show. THE RAMIE PLANT, &o. By the 'Globe Trottkr.' III. Once upon a time I was dwelling in the town of Las Palmas, Grand Canary, a beautiful, volcanic island, set in the deep Atlaulic Ocean, not very far from the African coast. Some 'travelling Englishmen came along, and the thing that seemed to interest them most was the wonderrui agave, wnicn grew there so plentifully. The cochineal insect grows to perfection on the flat, juicy leaves of the common Hgave, and the plant abounds. I showed them how the Arabs take the sharp, horny point from a decaying leaf, and draw a long fibre with it, and use it as we use a needle and thread. The Arabs call it ' Adam's needle.' These travelling Britons had never seen the strong fibres of the agave, and they filled up our carriage with the green leaves, to carry them home. When I saw the Ramie plant at the Bathurst Agricultural Show it recalled the olden clays in the faraway island. The Ramie plant grows on the Richmond R...

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THE GOVERNMENT SUGAR-CANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

THE GOVERNMENT SUGAR-CANE. The Government has been giving a curious object lesson to all our people of late. The exhibits in the agricultural de partmentofallourgreat shows of late have been showing what can be produced from our soil. At the Wagga experimental farm they have been raising such crops as astonish the natives. This, too, not by irrigation processes, or by special manuring, or in a peculiar season, but under normal conditions, by means of intensive farming. When the visitor sees the wealth of produce raised on the Go vernment experimental farms there comes a glow of pride at the grand possibilities of Australia, but — there's a fly in the amber ! A proud agriculturist pointed to the tall sugar-cane at the Bathurst Show, and said, with justifiable pride, 'See what sugar-cane we can raise on the Richmond River.' Then a cynical by stander said, ' What good will it be when the duty is taken off? ' Then a solemn silence fell on the proud agri culturist, and the object lesson ...

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Horses for Remounts. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 28 April 1896

Horses for Remounts. An advertisement appears in another column that all our horse breeders should attend to. The Indian Government is prepared to purchase 2346 remounts for army purposes for the year 1896-97. The purchases will be made in Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay from ^November 1st, 1S96, bill the end of the purchas ing season. Australian horses must be from 15 hands 1 inch to 16 hands high. The average price for an Aus tralian remount has been fixed at £45. The advertisement is very clear and full, and we commend it to the careful consideration of horse-breeders.

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