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Our Book Department. Weekly List of the Newest Publications JUST RECEIVED PER MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Our Book Department. Weekly List of the Newest Publications JUST RECEIVED PER MAIL STEAMER. Price includes postage ; all volumes are in cloth, unless otherwise described. The Cla- ses and Masses, by W. H. Mallock, 4s Stripped of the Tinsel, by J. E. Muddock, paper, 3s Kipling's Wee Willie Winkie, new edition, paper. 3s ; cloth, 4s Also, at the same price, new editions of the same author's ' Many Inventions,' 'Soldiers Three,' ' Life's Handicap,' ' Light that Failed.' Allardyce's City of Sunshine, paper, 3s Gilbert Parker's Mrs. Falchion, paper, 3s ; cloth, 4s Conan Doyle's Exploits of Brigadier Gerard, paper, 3s ; cloth, 4s Mrs. H. Wood's Within the Maze, new edition, 2s 6d A Christian with two Wives, paper, Is 4d Louis Becke's Ebbing of the Tide, paper, 3s Pyramids and Pool Games, by Buchanan, Is 6d Montresor'slnto the Highways and Hedges, paper, 3s Dean'e Vegetable Culture, Is 4d Andrew Lang's Cock Lane and Common Sense, 4s Anthony Hope's Comedies of Courtship, paper, 3s ; cloth, ...

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Jersey Cattle Breeding in New York. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Jersey Cattle Breeding in New York. The breeding of jersey cattle is doomed m New York if the tuber culosis campaign continues as at present. The Board of Health recently condemned from the stock of Mr. Frank W. Hawley of Pittsford farm near Rochester some prize winning animals to the value of £600 and £400 apiece, but the state only allowed £7 per head, and the court of appeals sustained the award. Con sequently Mr. Hawley sold the rose of his head to Mr. George Vanderbilb for his Bilbmore farm near Ashoville, N. C. This is rough, isn't it ?

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

Stock and Station. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE OF OUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION ' Comprising :— PASTORAL HOLDING, HOMESTEAD LEASES, STOCK, &c. 9I THE AUSTRALASIAN MORT- _! GAGE and AGENCY COMPANY, Ltd., have 13 received instructions to Sell, at an early date, in such i lots as may lw rcafter be arranged, by Publio Auction, ?_ ?iThe CUTTABUNDA (COOBUNG) STATION and 1 STOCK, and certain Homestead Leases, of which the I following are short particulars :— to Homestead Lease, Parishes Allcolia, Burnell, County ]\ of Narran, No. 170, 10,210 Acres. 1B Homestead Lease, Parish Wilby, County Narran, No. ar 173, 10,240 Acres. All that the Leasehold Area of the Pastoral Holding ri( known as Coobung1, No. 292, situatud in tho &1 Western District of the Colony of New South Wales. Wl STOCK as Follows. q( About 20,000 Sheep, of mixed ages and sexes, about n 100 Cattle, and about 50 Horses. c\, Further particulars of date and ptace of sale, &c , St ? will be shortly ad...

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A Subtle Jest. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

A Subtle Jest. * Can you catch the flavour of this delicate retort ? — A messenger (an Eyetallian) in the Mines Department, after distributing the morning's mail, is accosted by a clerk : ' Havo you a letter for tee, Scott ? ' Clerk : ' Bad luck to you.' Messenger : ' Good luck to you, and may some of us get our wish.' Young Lady (in ' rational ' dress) : ' Take my seat, please.' Old Lady (near-sighted, but grate ful) : ' Thank you, sir. You are the ?' only gentleman in the tram.' Small Boy : ' Papa, what is a self made man ? ' Papa : ' A self-made man, my boy, ' is one who is always described as having commenced life as a bootblack or an office-boy, while the rest of us ordinary mortals began this world as howling infants.'

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THE COMING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

THE COMING CONFERENCE. A very favorite statement in New South Wales is that the pastoralists never have combined, and never will com bine. This assertion is made over and over again by real nice, clever, honest pastoralists themselves. The funny thing is thab the individuals of our business are about the best kind of men you can meet, but as a class they are an utter failure. This is true, to a large extent, because there are such diverse interests amongst the pastora lists. If we use the word 'squatter' we get a definite class of men, who hold large areas of land, but even amongst them there are such varieties of tenure as to create diverse interests, There are smaller men who hold their lands under totally different conditions from those obtaining with the squatter, but they are all pastoralists. Then many of our pastoralists are also agriculturists, and the cultivation of the soil is bound to go on increas ing. In the history of civilization we have first the hunter, then the nom...

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

TO GRAZIERS, PITT, SON & BADGERY, Ltd Fat and Store Stock Salesmen, SYDNEY, HXT-S-X*^ 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, All 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. CALVES on Wednesdays, STORE STOOE DEPARTMENT Skilfully Managed, and Reliable Information Given. i ** ' - ?- - - - ? — - - - ?? ?— - ? ^ ^EHESp ss Elisabeth Sir get, Sydney. § THE SYDNEY Stick & Station Journal THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THB FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION OP SYDNEY. TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1896.

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

CATTLE. 1469 Cattle yarded, the supply consisting principally of Queenslanders, and included a fair proportion of cows, some of which were very prime, besides a number of young cattle and calves. There was a moderate attendance of buyers, the Sydney Meat Preserv ing Company operating freely ; but competition was far from brisk, and, although the market showed an improvement on last Monday's sales, Thursday's advanced values were not maintained. QUOTATIONS : Extra prime pens of bullocks to £5 11s Prime and weighty pens of bullocks £5 Lo j £5 5s I Good pens of bullocks £1 to £4 10s Medium pens of bullocks £3 to £3 10s Extra prime pens of cows £4 to £4 5s Good pens of cows £3 to £3 10s Fair to middling pens of cows £2 5s to £2 10s Inferior quality and calves at proportionate rates AVERAGES. NO DESCRIPTION. OWNERS. AVERAGE. BHMARK8 £ 8. d. 78 bullocks... Mrs. M. Tate ... 5 5 5 ...rail, Dubbo 9 bullock8...J. H. Doyle ... 5 0 0 ...rail, Scone 36 bullocks... A. A. Co. ... 4 17 0 ...rail, W...

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

LAMBS. Wilkinson and Lavender sold— 3 lambs D. J. and W. Sellar, Bo bundara, rail Cooma ... 4 7 Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., sold 22 lambs R. L. Gilmour, Black down, rail Kelso ... 6 1 13 lambs same owner ..56 2 lambs H. H. Budden, Lake Bathurst, rail Inveralochy ... 5 4 26 lambs Jas. Mitchell, East Nyn gan, rail Nyngan ... 5 5 1 lamb W. T. Rankin, Lockyers leigh. rail Marulan ... 5 7 J. C. Young and Co. sold— 12 lambs Southern Agents, by rail 4 7 2 double- fleece lambs same owners 5 0 30 lambs same owners ... 3 10 Warden Harry Graves & Son sold— 22 lambs J. McKenzie, Bundabulla East, rail Byerock ... 4 4 15 hoggets C Moore, Clairville, rail Tarana ... 3 11 25 lambs same owner ... 3 8 Hill, Clark and Co. sold 7 xbred lambs Southern Agents, by rail ... 5 6 17 lambs same owners ... 5 5 30 hoggets A. Humphreys, Good Hope, rail Yass Junction ... 4 11 25 lambs same owner ... 4 9 Maiden Bros, sold— 1 xbred lamb Mrs. Russel Glas son, Hazelwood, rail Blayney 8 6 S lambs same o...

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Homebush Fat Stock Sales. The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, MAY 4. 1836. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Sametah Jk\ §-forft JSata, The OFFICIAL REPORTS of the FAT STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION of SYDNEY. MONDAY, MAT 4. 1896 SHEEP. 12,434 Sheep penned, including a, good proportion of crosabreda, the quality of the merinoB generally being only middling. There was a moderate attendance of buyers, but sales were not brisk, and last Thursday's values were difficult to maintain, prices throughout showing a declining tendency. Lambs were lightly represented, in fair demand, and prices without alteration. QUOTATIONS : Extra prime xbred wethers 10s (3d to 11s 8d Prime xbred wethers 9s 3d to 10s Fair to good xbred wethers 7s 3d to Ss Good to prime merino wethers Ss to 9s 3d Fair to medium merino wethers 6s 6d to 7s 6d Prime xbred ewes 8s 6d to 8s lOd Fair to good xbred ewes 6s 3d to 7s 6d Prime merino ewes 6s 9d to 7s Fair to good merino ewes 5s 3d to 6s 3d Inferior merino ewes 4s 2d to 4a 6d Agents' Reports: Following is order of sales as drawn, for : — s. d. Wilkinson and Lavender sold - 85 we...

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

The STRAND CAFE, The COOLEST and BEST APPOINTED DINING KOOMS in the Southern Hemisphere. PRIVATE ROOM and LAVATORIES for LADIES. JOHN GRANNES, Proprietor. WEAVER & PERRY, F. G. WEAVER. J. W. PERRY. Stock and Station Agents, FAT AND STORE STOCK SALESMEN. City Bank Chambers, Pitt Street, SYDNEY LOANS NEGOTIATED. VALUATION OF FBEBHOLD AKD STATION PROPERTIES MADE FOR PROBATE OR OTHERWISE. LESSEES OF FULLAGAR'S WELL-KNOWN PADDOCKS OLOSE TO HOMEBUSH. ^______- WILKINSON & LAVENDER, STOCK and STATION AGENTS, j FAT STOCK SALESMENj SYDNEY and HAY. }! Estabubhkd-WAGGA WAGGA, 1870; HAY, 1873; SYDNEY, 1877- * LARGE WATERING and RECEIVING YARDS adjoining Flkminqton Saijb Yakds j All Pax Stock Untkuokjgd and Watbrkd Immbdiatkly on Arrival. j GOOD PADDOCK ACCOMMODATION. FINANCIAL AGENTS. VALUATORS. LOANS NEGOTIATED] VALUATIONS OF FREEHOLD OR STATION PROPERTY MADE. I

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

HILL, GLARK & CO., 6 O'CONNELL STREET, Cf X M3JM JU JET, Stock and Station Agents, Fat Stock and Horse Salesmen. Assistant Salesman - - - J. J. HOTFELL. Our Paddocking and Watering Accommodation at Homebush and Blacktown for Fat Stock is Unrivalled. X2XTS3E*EIOTI7XO1Kr XZU V JL'JLllJbHD. BRANCH OFFICE at MUSWELLBROOK. UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. EL SCXG^GHESCTS. SPECIAL FACILITIES offered for the HANDLING and DISPOSAL of STORE OA.TTLE. The Year Book of Australia. Just f/v VsJ\ Just Published, y^ j^ V Published. 1896 (YEARBOOK) 1896 EDITION. -^ ~M J EDITION. THE ACKNOWLEDGED AUTHORITY ON ALL AUSTRALIAN SUBJECTS Contains : Events of Last Year, Reviews, Finances and Statistics, Land Laws, Minerals, Postal, Telegraphic, Gazetteers, Railway*, Sporting, Administrative and Legislative, Ecclesiastical, Educational, Legal, Medical, Military, Naval, Commercial, Banking, Building Societies, Insurance Companies, Industrial ; and New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, We...

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Bathurst. CLEMENTS AND MCCARTHY REPORT— [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Bathurst. CLEMENTS and McCARTHY Report— Fat Stock. — Since our last repor we have sold, on account J. and A. Stevenson, 45 bullocks to £4 7s, averaging £3 lls 4d ; on account J. Fitzpatrick, 12 heifers to £1 17s, averaging £1 12s; on account John Lee, 20 bullocks to £5, averaging £4 14s 9d. We sold, through our Sydney agents, on account T. McKibben, 241 crossbred ewes 6s lOd to 7s 6d, 50 merino ewes 6s lid, 101 crossbred wethers 6s lid to 7s 9d, 20 lambs 5s 7d to 6s Id ; and on account George Mann, 68 ewes to 7s 6d, 132 lambs 4s 9d. Store Stock. — Market easier. On the 29th inst. we sold by auction several lots of cattle and sheep on account of various owners ; steers 15s to 22s, heifers 13s 6d, cows 30s, cross bred ewes 4s 7d, crossbred wethers 4s tid, aged ewes 2s 3d to 3s Id, wethers (culls) Is Id. Our next sale will be held Wednesday. May 13th. Show Sales. — We sold by auction, on account J. J. Sullivan, 10 merino wethers 7s 7d to 9s ; on account Nor man Suttor, 5 crossbred lamb...

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

BERGL St BRKBBIN Hats pleasure in announcing to the PastonliBtB of New South Wales and Queensland that they are now open to Treat Stock on Owners' Account either at BOWEN or GLADSTONE (Q.), or at SYDNEY, and they have no heaitaftlM . la saying that they are able to TREAT STOCK ON THE MOST ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS. BEQTJLAR MONTHLY SHIPMENTS DIRECT. For Particulars apply to — BERGL and BRABBIN, 0ITY BP^K s^^Wy. Meat Works, BOWEN (Q.). Meat Works, GLADSTONE (Q.).

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

N. 28 CASTLEREACH STREET, |N^^#y^^'%^SHEEP AND CATTLE SALES -»nd«o*d fpk \J|/i^\^PIQ SALES conducted at Oity Ymrd* h- 4d ^***^ M^ M A^%s. #Tar7 Tue«l»y, WadmMday and Irldsy. Jj+U** rS^^^ ArN^CALF SALES ?▼?rj W«rt«««Uy. HENDERSON BROS., 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY, STOCK, STATION, & FINANCIAL AGENTS SHJSEP AJ¥J- CATXJLJE £ AMES MEW. VALUATIONS OF PROPERTIES ARRANGED. LOANS NEGOTIATED Good Paddock Accommodation for Stock at Homebush. ALL CONSIGNMENTS RECEIVE PERSONAL ATTENTION. Account Sales Rendered and Proceeds Paid Day After Sale.

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

Prevention of Sheep Stealing. A meeting of sheep owners was held at Perth on Wednesday for the purpose of devising means for the prevention of sheep stealing. Mr. Craig, Invergeldie, presided, and there was a good attendance. The Chair man said that it was on account of the present line of detection having failed that they wished to adopt a new course of action. Mr. Waters, Glenample, moved that, in view of the large amount of sheep stealing in recent years, and the failure of all means to detect the thieves, the meeting considered the time had come for asking the Government to remove sheep from one place to another with out a written permit from the owner. This resolution was adopted, and a committee, with Mr. James Pender, Ardnoe, Argyllshire, as convener, was appointed to see it carried out. After discussion, it was agreed to form a union fur sheep farmers of Scotland for the purpose of protecting their interests in the matter of sheep stealing. — ' North British Agri culturist.'...

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The Live Cattle Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

The Live Cattle Trade. The London correspondent of the ' Daily Telegraph ' gives the following interesting facts concerning this trade : — ' Several colonies are now agitating against the exclusion of store cattle regulation which coinpels all arriving from abroad to be slaughtered within 10 days of their being landed. The communication recently forwarded from Canada was couched in very strong language, and within the last few days the authorities of New Zealand have made an unsuccessful attempt to obtain a repeal of the regulation. This application was based upon the report of die principal veterinary inspector of the New Zealand Government, who reported that', after making a thorough investiga tion, he had not found a solitary in stance of infectious disease among either cattle or sheep. Mr. William KUletb, who has recently arrived from Queensland, had a conversation the other evening with several members of Parliament representing the agricul tural interests, and pointed out that...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Answers to Corres pondents. [It[is not always possible to answer communications under this heading in the issue following receipt, and sometimes Beveral issues appear before we are able to do so.] Wellwisher. — Thanks for your kind letter and good wishes. I'll send your stamps to a poor woman whose husband died of consumption about two years ago. She has a large family and has supported them by scrubbing out a public school and doing odd jobs. Now she has lost the school because a new mistress has come. Her eldest boy is out of work, and life is cruelly hard to the poor soul. I'm always glad of any help for her, because she deserves it, so you can feel easy that your stamps have done good. E. A. H.— Don't feel that way ! I'll tell you a secret. When we first took charge of this paper, nobody ever wrote to the editor. We had no ' Answers to Correspondents,' and we felt bad. We saw thousands of papers go out every week, but it seemed as if their mission were a vaiu one. But times have...

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

Forthcoming Sales, etc. [All paragraphs under this heading relate to adver tisements which are running through our adver tising columns.] The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Oo., Ltd., will offer for sale, at an early date, the Cuttabunda (Coobung) Station, comprising over 20,000 acres of land, to gether with about 20,000 sheep, 100 cattle, and 50 horses. Further particulars and date of sale will be shortly advertised. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., of Sydney, have for sale the magnificent fat tening property on the Castlereagh River known aa Bogewong It has an area of 39,158 acres, with all improvements. The stock comprise 17,000 mixed sheep, 50 mixed cattle, and 20 mixed horses. Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Ltd., ad vertise the following for sale : — 350 head store bullocks ; Warrah bulls, ready for delivery ; cattle stations, large areas ; Warrah rams ; 200 Riverina rams. Messrs. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, of Sydney (in conjunction with Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery, Lt...

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Country and Intercolonial. Wodonga. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH AND CO. REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Stock and Station Journal — 5 May 1896

Country and Intercolonial. Wodonga. CHAS. L. GRIFFITH AND CO. Report Holding their usual fortnightly market at their Wodonga yardn, on Tuesday, April 28th, when they yarded 800 cattle and 3000 sheep to a good at tendance of buyers. Cattle.— Fat bullocks, light weights, to £5 78, three and four-year-old store bullocks £3 to £4, younger cattle at current rates ; fat calves to 25s, cows in low condition, with calves at foot, to £2. Sheep. — The greater portion for ward consisted of crossbred wethers in rather low condition. Mixed weaners brought 4s 5d, the bulk of the yarding being turned out unsold. Sold at above quotations drafts for H. Tyrell and Co., A. T. Thomson, J. McDonald, M. McGrath, E. Plummer, P. Quirk, W. J. Newson, C. L. Griffith, and others. April 30th, 1896.

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

'Gossip' and the Pas toralists. Dear Gossip, — Tn your issue of the 21st April you are trying your level best to stir up the pastoralists to a sense of duty, for which I admire you. Bud what is this little affair re the Diseased Animal? and Meat Act com pared with the big losses that occur every year tor tne want or a little expenditure on their runs 1 They say they can'c afford it, but a lot of them go away for a holiday during the worst time of the year, to get away from the worry and anxiety, when the money they spend on their holi day would fix up their places, and their anxiety and worry would be saved. I know places that have river frontages and no water on the back of the run, and when a dry yoar comes the sheep have to travel miles for fied and b*ck u- water. Caused through ' Oh, we have the frontage in the summer for the sheep, and when the river is up we have the back country.' But the river does not always come up, and then there is no feed on the fronti£re during the sum...

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