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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

THE 'SYDN&Y STOCK AND STATION JOURNAL' is the Bkst Advertising Medium in New South Wales.

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Land and Income Tax. TO THE EDITOR "S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Land and Income Tax. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — I do nob think thai) Mr. Price has caught the meaning of my former letter, which, perhaps, was not clearly expressed, viz. — How the New South Wales people are to benefit by freetrade 1 Are we not taxing our selveB that the foreigner may grow rich ? Are we not giving our children's bread t» the children of the mechanic of some other country 1 or, perhaps, supporting their prisons? And since Sir John Robertson raised the knife ? against the life of the bird that lays the golden eggs, have not all our legislators vied wibh each other as to who will do the unfortunate bird most damage ? Why not nourish her that the golden eggs may become more plentiful ? In other words, why not stop all land sales and all alienations of every description 1 and not for the sake of a little ready money sell the people's birthrights, but let the Govern ment (or rather the people) be the perpetual landlords, making their tenants improve the...

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A Trip to the Upper Murray and Too-woomba. SYDNEY TO TOOWOOMBA. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

A Trip to the Upper Murray and Too woomba. SYDNEY TO TOOWOOMBA. By H. M. E. II. I cannot say very much for the first 12 hours of this trip, that period being spent in my berth, but I will tell you all I can from Glen Innes. To begin with, I don't like the north por tion of New South Wales ; it is not what I call A-l country ; it appears washy and unhealthy to me. Mind, I don't say ib is, but most people, other than owners, do. At Jennings and Wallangarry you change into the Queensland trains. The country from here to'Stanthorpe is of no account ; in fact, you do not notice it till near ing Warwick, and then it breaks forth in all its glory. Grand Down (Darling) reaches from here, heavily grassed, carrying abundance of feed for many months, good stock, with open-hearted men. Ib would take pages to write up the Darling Downs. The stations to be met with between Warwick and Toowoomba are North Toolburra, Glen Gallon, Talgai West, the famous East Talgai, Clifton, Eton Vale, Harrow, Weat...

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Trespassing Stock. TO THE EDITOR " S. S. AND S. JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Trespassing Stock. TO THE EDITOR ' S. S. AND S. JOURNAL.' Sir, — Among themany grievances that our pastoralists are subjected to, that of trespassing stock, though only a minor evil, is still a very troublesome one. Owners of fine lucerne fields are continually troubled by drovers turn ing their stock into these fields, and they are crying out against the evil. During the summer months, when the roads are baked dry and the water holes are nothing but hard mud hollows, it is very difficult to keep drovers and those in charge of travelling stock from breaking down fences or taking down a rail to allow their hungry sheep or cattle into the rich pastures, and, I believe, where there are plenty of these fields, this trespassing is almost a nightly occur rence. Of course, the case is a very hard one for the owners of the fields, and they should be protected, but one can hardly help feeling a little sym pathy for the drovers — and the cattle. After travelling through miles of dry country, ...

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The Sheepbreeders' Show. MESSRS. HARDY BROTHERS' PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

j The Sheepbreeders' | Show. JMBSSRS. HARDY BROTHERS' I PRIZE. 5 ? ! ^ Amongst the many excellent trophies presented to the Sheep breeders' Association to be competed for at the forthcoming show is one from Messrs. Hardy Brothers, the the well-known jewellers in Hunter street, Sydney. It consists of a pair of massive entree dishes, which would ornament any table. They are chaste in pattern and of the newest kind. If the winner would prefer anything else in their great establishment of equal value they can exchange them, for Messrs. Hardy Brothers desire to assist in every possible way the success of the show, which is going to be a great and successful one.

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"Australian Gossip and Story." OUR AMERICAN CRITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

' Australian Gossip and Story.' OUR AMERICAN CRITICS. The native press received our book of ' Gossip ' very kindly and we were grateful. Now that reviews are coming in from other parts of the world, it appears that ' our kin beyond the sea ' are equally kind and appreci ative. Our ' Gossip's ' head is swelling:, and he'll be too bis for his boots soon, unless he has more sense than we think he has. Here's a review from the ' Chicago Drovers' Journal ' the biggest, best and most important stock paper in the United States. If such a critique came from a little jouurnal out in the bush, or the 'backwoods ' we'd feel grateful, but from the ' Drover's Journal ' it's real nice. ' Australian Gossip and Story ' is the simple title of one of the most entertaining little books of the day. It is by the ' Globe Trotter, ' a man who has been all around ' this little world of ours, ' as he calls it ; one who has had more experience than would seem possible to crowd into the longest life ; a keen ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

rINIINh JsHrrr Sir MANUFACTURED BY THE CHEMICAL UNION, LTD., IPSWICH, ENGLAND. PRICE, 70s. per CASE, Free on Rail or Boat, Sydney, AGENTS FOR NEW SOUTH WALE8 E. RICH & CO., Ltd.

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Our Exchanges. THE "AUSTRALIAN MEAT TRADES' JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Our Exchanges. THE « AUSTRALIAN MEAT TRADES' JOURNAL.' The last issue of this little paper contadns a page of gossipy ' Com ments and Criticisms,' written ' By the Bunyip,' and we congratulate the proprietor on ifc. Our theory has been trom the first that man cannot live by stock alone, and no trade paper can be of much account in this world if ib is a purely trade circular. Some people were foolish enough to grumble ab our ' Gossip,' but our experience has proved that it appeals to a very wide circle, and makes the paper of interest to those who take no interest in our trade items. As the ' Meat Trades' Journal ' is sent free to all pastora lists, it begins to look as if the man in the country were now going to get something for nothing, and its time he did,

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Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Gossip. i — j Not longer agone than a few days, I ?\ dwelt with friends in a pleasant home | by the sea where the great Pacific I Ocean comes for ever booming on the shore. The sight of the mighty deep is a solace and a tonic to me. Its voice is the voice of infinity, its moan on the shore is the sign of the force which abateth never. When it roars in anger I remember the old phrase, ' As weak as water,' and I laugh at the folly of men. There comes to me the memory of a teacher who took for his teaching text, on a day long dead, the words, ' Unstable as water.' The water in your tank may be weak and unstable, but the ocean is the opposite. Water is the only element — it's not an ' element ' at all — that changeth never, and its strength passeth all comprehension. It is as sure and stable as the law which says that ' Spite Breeds hate, and kindness friends, and patience peace, Even while we live.' Each morning when I looked forth from my window upen the sea, I noted a dreary little i...

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In Suffering and Sorrow [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

In Suffering and Sorrow This poem was written by Sir Henry Parkes two days after the serious accident which happened to him in August. 1890, and was con tributed to the 'Centennial Magazine.' It appears more like an eulogy written by some one else on his death, so appropriate is it to the onding of Australia's Grand Old Man :— Where only thorns are look'd for in the wild, Perchance the sweetest roses may be found; So where our troubles seem the heaviest piled, Some joy supreme may break the gloom all round. Some joy supreme, a noble thought that lives To vivify and shape a noble deed, — A memory of self conquest, such us gives New strength for battle in our direst need ! Frail as the gossamer is boastful man, His plans like child-built castles in the sand ; To do and to undo since life began, The doleful labor of his master-hand. How near eternity our lightest tread — A snap of iron or a pebble's fall, And we are dropp'd amongst the crowded dead One of the countless myriads past rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

PETER N. RUSSELL, Squatters' Agent and ' Commercial Broker. VU PITT STay 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. SKZII^rS. ^-CJX^S. SKIN'S. To Bush Residents: and Country Visitors. I AO nn/1!TB3 0 nn Are the onlV FURRIERS and SKIN AN! A W H A) l.ll DRESSERS in New South Wales who UHU. 0 If 1 1 I II VX UU. execute the whole of their work '?-^-^m«amryBBmaamm«nw^.^wi, ? M»,,MMi^mm. 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 0N moorptgaqe FREEHOLD & C.R LANDS (COMBINED) AT...

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Scoured Wools. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Scoured Wools. High figures were recently paid in London for well-got-up scoured wools, Messrs. Haigh and Sons, of the Ool lingwood works, are advised of the sale of portions of the WANGRA WALLY fleece, of which 25 bales brought 23d: 4 bales 20d, and 11 bales 19^d per lb. The lower qualities of the staple, when properly prepared for market, realised . proportionally good prices also. This is indicated by clearances of the second pieces, bellies and locks of the WkLBON clip, scoured by Messrs. Wright and Abbott, Lakeside Works, Botany, which sold as follows:— 2nd pieces 15jd ; bellies 14£d ; locks ll^d per lb. The skirtings of the latter clip was rather heavily infested with clover-burr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

THE PUREST SCHNAPPS IMPORTED. TUOKER & 00., Sydney, Agents for New South Wales.

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THE RIVERINA WOOL SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

THE RIVERINA WOOL SEASON. The Customs collections at Albury for April amounted to £1860. The wool season is now at an end, but a few bales were exported to Victoria during the month. The total exports for the season amounted to 20.000 bales by rail and 19,000 bales by team, the latter quantity being taken by road to Wodonga, and there trucked. Already representatives of Sydney and Melbourne firms are can vassing throughout the Riverina for the clips of next season. Lord Hampden was 50 years old on Saturday, May 2nd. A publican at Lismore named Martin Ryan died very suddenly on Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

IMPORTANT NOTICE, f THE RED MIKADO TEA. IF you cannot get it in your township, I we will send you a 301b. Half-cheat for I 30a. ourselves, Carriage Paid to the nearest | Railway Station to your Eome. Send CASH f to L Whabham Bros., 334Kent-st., Sydney, f Bead carefully our advertisement in f Fridays' issues. I E

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Alleged Sheep Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Alleged Sheep Stealing. A telegram from Young last week said — ' At the police court on Tues day nearly the whole day was occupied with a case of alleged sheep stealing. Alfred and Henry McGlynn were charged with stealing three sheep, the property of H. G. Thackeray, Clifton ; and Martha McGlynn, aged 75, mother of the accused, with receiving. In the evidence Mr. Thackeray said that having lost a great number of sheep within the past four mouths he had, with his employees, kept a watch, but, although he could find evidence of sheep having been killed, it was nob until Sunday evening that he could detect the offenders. Feeling certain they would come thab evening, he bhe previous day obbained a searchwar rant, and arranged for the presence of a police officer. He went shortly after sundown to the sheep camp, near the Thuddungra road, and a few miles from the homestead. While lying concealed there shortly after 8 o'clock he saw three men, two of whom were sworn to as bhe accused, catc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

WAN L'ED by a steady, sober and industrious man, with many years' practical experience, situation as Station Manager. Highest references. Apply, Kditor, ' S. S. and S. Journal.' WAITED position on station by young man, hold overseer's reference. ' Howard.' G. P. O. 'jUTUDGEE RAMS. We have for Private Sale, on account of Mr. J. D. Cox, 100 of his noted Cullenbone Flock HOGGET RAMS, also a few Studs. For prico and firm offer apply— WEAVER and PERRY, AGENTS, 16-1 Pitt-street, Sydnoy. 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 of PROPERTIES.

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Stock Returns for Forbes. A SERIOUS DECREASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Stock Returns for Forbes. A SERIOUS DECREASE. The stock returns for the Forbes sheep disbrict for the year 1896 are now complete, and show a large de ficiency in the number of stock as compared with the 1895 returns. In large stock the decrease amounts to 1888 head, while in sheep there is a deficiency of 441,990. These figures do not represent the whole shortage, as heavy losses have taken place since those returns were made in December last. It is anticipated that the lamb ing will be small on account of the extremely dry weather when the rams were with the ewes and many owners nob having pub bhe rams with their flocks, thus, with about half-a-million less grown sheep and a shortage of lambs, there will be a great falling off in the number of sheep to be shorn this year in this district.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Disease Amongst Cows. For some years past a disease of a peculiar character has periodically visited the Brighton district, Vic toria, and has been very fatal in its effect. The symptoms in all cases de velop within a few days or weeks after calving. The bones soften so rapidly that the ribs are often broken in the act of lying down, and the vertebrae can be cut through from head to tail with a knife. The animals affected show very few signs of pain, but often develop gases under the skin, and die in about two weeks after showing the first symptomy. Mr. A. E. Callow. G. M. V. C , first drew attention to the un known !j':at-ctr;r ?.?f the disease, and has closely investigated the last case. lie is of opinion that the disease has been the cause of many deaths which have; hitherto been * attributed to pleuro pneumonia and anthrax. The blood liag been subjected to micro .scropical examination, but no germ likely to cause the disease has yet been discovered. It is supposed that the disea...

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Ticks in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Ticks in Queensland. (From the 'Queensland Grazier.') Interest in the spread of the tick pest is becoming general in Queens land. Happily, sheep and horses are immune from the effect of the plague, but, as far as cattle are con cerned, the seriousness of the position will scarcely admit of exaggeration. Mr. P. R. Gordon, the Chief Inspector of Stock, has recently given some in formation upon the subject, which fully justifies those who have, for ^ months past, urged stringent measures to combat the pest where known to be existent, and to prevent its spread. In referring to the question it may be said thab the authorities have, with a ; commendable amount of promptness, secured all the best information as to the system of dealing with tick fever in Texas, and investigations of a most careful and searching nature are being made, with the view to checking the effect of the tick poison by means of inoculation. Ib may be said that a method of killing ticks has been found j, practical in ...

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