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Prizes for Fat Sheep. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

Prizes for Fat Sheep. I TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — In your journal of the 17th inst. I read a letter from Mr. Alex. Wilson, in which he suggests a remedy for one of the disappointments at the Royal Agricultural Society's late show, and that is owing, I believe, to the very poor support given to a good prize presented by the Government of New South Wales for the best 25 sheep suitable for export. Mr. Wilson also says that it is evident that sheep men take no heed of the prizes offered by the Agricultural Society. Well, as regards the above prize, I think it was not altogether tho fault of sheep owners that there was not more com petition for this particular prize, and my reason for saying so is this, the schedule of prizes was sent out by the ; society, and in it there was no men tion of such a prize, and, therefore, we . had no chance to enter for same. I entered the ' ICinio' sheep in two classes (consisting of rive sheep in each class), and would have been only ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

,* PiRnVOSlT WHTSKY CHOICE QUALITY AND WELL MATURED. Australian Mutual Provident Society. J. B. YOUDALE, AGENT, 108 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. WRITE OR CALL. THE LATEST NOVELTY. 11 THE GREAT RAILWAY PUZZLE.' HUNDREDS Ob' THOUSANDS have been amused and had their wits sharpened by a Puzzle known as ' I'i^s in Clover.' But the pigs have gone the way of all Hesk, and we live in a railway age and THE GREAT RAILWAY PUZZLE is the 'latest and best means for passing the time 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 be without it, as it is suit- ' able for all classes, either young or old. PRICE, Is; or by Post, Free, Is 2u. Send Stamps or Postal Note to M. G. IBBOTSEN, 'Agriculturist' Office, 29$ George-street, Sydney Rogo Wool-Scouring Material USED BY THE BEST SCOURERS. ; The Surest, Simplest, and most Economical Wool Scourer kn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

The Most RELIABLE and CHEAPEST BOOTS AND SHOES Can be had by Posting your Order to JOHN HUNTER'S CITY BOOT PALACE, GEORGE & MARKET STREETS. Try the HAIMUINEA BOOT— exceptional value Orders by Post receive careful and prompt attention. The Great Remedy *r?$ m t e* jr 'KTVAi 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. BALSAXIO 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. BAL3ANI0 is sold by all Chemists or posted to any address in Australia, with proofs and testimonials, for 5s 6d (Postal Note), from CLELAND and CO., 93 York-street. Sydney. Send for full particulars. Correspondence invited. AUSTRALIAN iuTOATpROVIDENT SOCIETY MONEY TO LEND os MOoVGAGB FREEHOLD & C.P. LANDS (COMBINED) AT LOWEST CURREN...

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A Trip to the Upper Murray and Toowoomba. COOMA TO BOMBALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

A Trip to the Upper Murray and Too woomba. .COOMA TO BOMBALA. By H. M. E. ThiSj as you know, is the southern portion of New South Wales, and comprises some excellent country, the open country being especially goo^. The formation is essentially trap rock, with rich black flats, all being heavily grassed, and country of heavy carry ing capability. The soil is of the best, the flats being some of the grandest in New South Wales for lucerne growing. This crop is now being given especial attention by the Cooma squatters, chiefly on account of its carrying capabilities (10 sheep to the acre) and fattening propensities. After leaving Cooma by coach, about 12 a.Lii., you pass through some good places (small) before reaching Nimity belle (23 miles distant), notably The Grange, The Rock (Rockflat, Devereux's), Dangeloug, Myers, and Summer Hill. All these places are good average properties for the plains Atcer leaving Nimitybelle you pass through about 18 miles of so so country before reaching...

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Pure Sheep. MESSRS. POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

Pure Sheep. MESSRS. POWERS, RUTHER FORD AND CO. By advertisement in another column it will be seen that Messrs. Powers, Rutherford and Co., of Melbourne, are offering a large number of pure sheep for private sale. The list just to hand is a startling one, and it seems to in clude the names of nearly all the prin cipal breeders of the colonies. The breeders are men whose names are known all over the entire world, and to pick out a few would be invidious. The sheep are of all breeds and de serve the attention of all buyers. (Some 40 dogs havo been poisoned in Narrandeia by strychnine, and the owners are highly incensed. About 500 lambing owed out of a large mob, whilst being driven from Howlong station to Ariah, for grass, died on the road. They wore in poor condition owing to want of feed, and were in a weakly state before lambing.

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Polled Angus Bullocks as Travellers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

Polled Angus Bullocks as Travellers. At the recent Muswellbrook Show there was, perhaps, ilus largest number of Polled Angus bullocks exhibited that have ever been seen on a New South Wales show ground, some 35 head competing. Among these ^were ten head froai Mr. J. R. Smith's Tucka Tucka Station, on the Macin tyre River. Mr. R. T. Keys pur chased them some 12 months ago, but owing, first, to the bad season, and, latterly, to want of opportunity, they did not reach JBengalla til! four days before the show. They were much admired, and took two or three prizes in big classes, which was very credit able to them, considering they had just finished a journey of over 300 miles, giving ample proof of the worth of their breed (Polled Angus) as journey cattle ; they had held their condition wonderfully, and their feet were perfectly sound. These ' all blacks ' are, without doubt, a splendid breed of cattle, and we are pleased to see that Mr. Keys is giving them so much prominence in the show...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

HUME HOLT 4 CO. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on WOOL Consigned to us for sale in Sydney or shipment to London, ALSO ON SHSKPSKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS, fto. &c HINCHCLIFFS WOOL STORES, circular q,tta.tbt, London Agents : Messrs, E. HOLT & 00,

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Collygra. A GOOD PROPERTY FOR SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

Collygra. A GOOD PROPERTY FOR SALE. Messrs. Bacon and Co., of Gunne dah, offer for sale on Friday, May 15th, the well-known estate of Collygra, on Liverpool Plains, 16 miles from Gunnedah. This advertisement was, by a ' printer's error.' lefo out of our two last issues, but; we trust that this notice will be seen and read of all buyers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

Y NOTED ™ * ' Style and Fit in Tailoring. GENUINE MATERIALS, GRKAT VARIMTT. TAILORS j* &-v-i'^ % (*f\ OUTFITTERS. ^Ff^» W,w 01 V#\l« 185 PITT-ST., SYDNEY. COUNTRY RESIDENTS.- We forward Pattern* Mfc men sure Forma and Fashion Plata | alao Pltrt List of everything you w«ar. Please mention this Paper.

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PASTORAL DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

PASTORAL DEFENCE. When a thoughtful man comes to study the events of the past few weeks, it seems as if we were going to have some sore trouble in re gard to land questions. There is a very marked tendency for the men on the land to look upon most Governments as robbers, and there is a very decided tendency amongst certain classes to look on the pastoralists as villains, who ought to be exterminated. As a matter of fact, all such views are wrong, for the simple reason that human nature is very fairly distributed. There is about as much human nature to the ton in Cabinet Ministers as there is in Labor Members. There is also as much Adamic cussedness amongst pastoralists as amongst any other class of people on the face of the earth. The irony of our struggle comes in the fact that the pastoralists are not represented before the Government, and the Government is composed of lawyers and other city born and bred men who have no idea of the real pastoral situation. When a proposition is m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

TO THE MEMBERS | OP THE Australian Mutual Provident j. Society. T ADIES and GENTLEMEN,— I beg to [ I A 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 Great Britain. My reasons for this exten sion were given at length at a special meeting of the Society, held in Sydney on the 24th July, 1891. at which meeting I ; f carried a resolution in its favor, but did not |j[ obtain the two-thirds majority necessary to |[ an alteration in the Bye-laws. My speech ]f 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 ?it their foundation many of the Financial I \ Institutions of Australasia, and has era I phasized the necessity for extending \ our ! operations, in order that we may be |i rendered largely...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

!S£ FAULTY WOOLS *& Lakeside Woolscouring Co. WRIGHT & ABBOTT, WATER RESERVE, BOTANY, Who have the Best Water in the Colony und do uniformly Good Work. Office: 5 SPR1NG-STRKKT, SYDNEY. Bankers : UNION HANK OF AUSTRALIA, Ltd. THE SYDNEY Slock -& Station Journal, THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF tub FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SYDNEY. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1896.

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Our Wool Report. THURSDAY NOON, April 30th, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

Our Wool Report. Thursday Noon, April 30th, 1896. No auctions have taken place locally this weeks, the next sales being fixed for Wed nesday and Thursday, the 5th and 6th proximo. A dull week must be recorded as only a few parcels have changed hands privately, but the prices realised show no alteration compared with the values cur rent the preceding week, This duluess is attributable to the small quantity available, and the armarent hesitancv on the Dart of buyers to operate, and Avho probably have been awaiting the desrelopments in connec tion with the opening of the London sales. It is expected that the offerings next week ivill not total more than 2500 bales, and as the bulk of the arrivals by sea consist of Queensland wools, we presume that colony will be well represented in the catalogues. Present quotations may be given approxi mately as follow : — Description. Superior. Good. Medium. Inferior. id. d. d. d. d. d. d. d. G. fleece ...j .. 8 to 9 7 to TJ 6 to OJ G. Imb8 .. ... 71...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 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. Al 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. CALYES on Wednesdays. STORE STOCK DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Sellable Information Given. MESSAGERI ES MAR IT IM ES. SYDSKT to E.O3ir»-^3r— Via 1»A!KIS. The service is carried on :n- rapid St/iJt.-^ers of *0u0 tei;.-, leaving Sydnuy on the 27th of every month ! tJK FirSfonfofley *}*«- to £70, including Table Wines. Return Tickets at REDUCED KATES. Liberal concessions to Families. English spoken on Boar...

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CITY YARDS. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

. CITY YARDS. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., report Fat Calves. — 190 calves penned this week, which number is only a«moderate one ; but buyers, having large supplies on hand from late gluts, operated sparingly, consequently competition was dull throughout, and prices showed but a slight improvement on last week's low value3. Prime young vealera, which were scarce, sold most readily. We quote best forward to 39s, good and heavy 26s to 32s 6d, lighter sorts (large) 18s to 23s, prime young vealers to 26s 6d, good 16s to 20s. others from 5s. We sold 24 from Boggabri to 39s, averaging 24s 9d ; 20 from Rylstone to 37s, averaging 20s 3d ; and 7 from Rylstone, averaging 18s Id. Fat Pigs. — The pig market this week has been fully supplied, and prices have weakened, especially for porkere, which have come forward in large numbers. The demand for baconers has also slackened. We quote big heavy-back, fat pigs 50a to 60s, extra prime and heavy baconers 43s to 48s 6d, prime and heavy 35s to 41s, l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

?DBS fHk I ^^ I I Ofe \^Va/ij I^qILOd Wine, Spirit, and General Merchants, and FORWARDING AGENTS, Suppliers of all STATION REQUISITES. SOLE AGENT3 FOR NEW SOUTH WALES FOR David Storer & Sons' Genuine TATTOO OIL, Black, Blue or Red. Pearsons PATENT POLLARD DISTRIBUTOR. 24 and 26 O'GONNELL STREET, Branches: Bourke, Wilcannia, Brewarrina. Wool Stores : Walgett. FENCING WIRE. WOOLPACKS. WIRE NETTING. SHEEP SHEARS. GALVANIZED WIRE. TWINES- GALVANIZED IRON. ROCK and BAG SALT. SPECIsAo^A^fofr New TOXA RABBIT POISON. AND ALSO FISONS' Sheep DlP.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. BONTHORNE.— April 20th, at her residence, 41 Mort-street, Moore Park, the wli'e of Frank E. A. Bonthorne, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. M'INTYRE — M'COLM.— April 27th, 1S96, at the bride's aunt's residence, Summer Hill, by Hev. D. K. M'lntyre (groom's grand-uncle). John Angus, fourth son of D. M'lntyre, Esq., Wardell, Richmond River, to Frances Clara, third daughter of late Thos. M'Colm, Queensland, and M. J. M'Colm, Lismore. RAND-TODHUNTER.— On April 28th, at St. John's Church, Parramatta, by the Rev. Archdeacon Gunther, assisted by the Rev. S. Fox, William Arnold Rand, son of Win. Rand, J P., Arncliffe, to Florence Todhunter, eldest daughter of H.M. Todhunter, manager of the A. J. S. Bank, Parramatta. DEATHS. COOK.— April 18th, at Turanville, Scone, Dr. J. T. R. Cook, second son of John Cook, Balwagown, Mackay, Queensland, aged 27 years. POWER.— April 28th. an St Vincent's Hospital, Catherine Power, daughter of Mr. Power, Boloko, Manaro, aged 10 ...

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A "Christian World" Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

A ' Christian World' Joke. Our stately and very pious con temporary, 'The Australian Christian World,' is a good paper of its sort. The following advertisement appears in its columns this week : — ' Wanted for the summer, a cottage for a small family with good drainage.' A man said ' now if that had appeared in the 'Stock and Station Journal, ' I could have understood it, but, in the ' Christian World ' it's — ah, dear.'

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

Gossip. In ' Banjo's ' book of poems there's a yarn about a man who'd ' Been there Before.' It was at Walgett town, on the Darling, where the boys bet a stranger that he couldn't throw a stone across the river. As it was only 50 yards wide he bet he could, so they all adjourned to the river's bank. There wasn't a stone to be found there, for the river has cut its bed in the soft, stoneless silt of an ancient flood-time. As ' Banjo ' says — ' There wasn't a stone within 50 miles, For the saltbush plain and the open down Produce no quarries in Walgett town. The yokels laughed at hi3 hopes o'er thrown, And he stood for a while like a man in a dream ; Then out of his pocket he fetched a stone And pelted it over the silent stream — He had been there before ; he had wandered down On a previous visit to Walgett town.' That yarn set me to thinking about another land I'd been in years before where there were no stones, and the history of that stoneless land is quite as marvellous as that of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 1 May 1896

?STOCK AND ST\TION.— Continued. ' COLLYGRA.' LIVERPOOL PLAINS. 16 Miles Gunnedah. 1720 acres Freehold, 1280 acres C.P , 2020 acres C.L., 10,000 acres Leasehold. Highly improved, well watered, splendid country. 4600 Superior SHEEP, 180 First-ciass CATTLE, * HORSES, etc. BACON and CO. are instructed by J. M. Bettinpton, Esq., to offer for Sale, by Auction, at ROYAL HOTEL, Gunnedah, on FRIDAY, MAY 15th, 1896, at 3 o'clock p.m., above favorably known Propeity Insr-ectlon invited. Write for full particulars. X ~vn- ALGETT DISTRICT. 4S00 EWES, rising 4 and 5 yrs., picked from 7000, lamb August to selected Boonokc Hams, well bred ; 5s 6d. 6500 EWES, 3 to 6 yrs., mostly 4 yrs , bier frames, well bred, lamb June and July to Quiamong Rams, shornjDctober ; 6s. 5000 WETHERS, rising 2 yrs., well bred, August shorn, heavy cutters, grand sheep ; 6s 6d. 4400 MIXED HOGGETS, equal proportion sexes, station bred, shorn Aug., splendidc ondition; fls 6d. 5000 WETHERS, 4 yrs., station bred, August shorn,...

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